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Townsend World War II Honor Roll

 
 
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By Devry Becker Jones, May 31, 2021
1. Townsend World War II Honor Roll Marker
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★ Killed in Action ★
William W. Blackburn • J. Spencer Buckson, Jr. • Donald C. Caulk • JOseph C. Guessford • Byard S. Henderson • J. Liston McClain, Jr. • William H. Peel • Ralph L. Webber

Allen, William H. • Anderson, John L. • Anderson, Joseph A. • Anderson, Robert • Andrews, William K. • Archer, Charles B. • Austin, William E., Jr. • Bailey, Harold • Beardsley, Robert T., Jr. • Bell, Edward • Biddle, George • Biddle, Gilbert • Blanchfield, Charles A. • Blanchfield, Elmer W. • Blanchfield, George H. • Blanchfield, Grover R. • Blanchfield, William L. • Blackburn, Clarence L. • Blackson, William P. • Bleen, Charles D. • Bradley, George E. • Briscoe, Irving • Briscoe, James • Briscoe, James W., Jr. • Briscoe, Leroy • Brown, William F. • Bryan, George M. • Budd, Elmer R. • Buckson, David P. • Carroll, Calvin G. • Carter, Carlton • Carter, Howard A. • Carter, William N. • Caulk, Calvin A. • Chandler, Carral E. • Chandler, Ernest • Clifton, George I. • Cockran, A. Woodall, Jr. • Collins, Irving G. • Corby, Lewis C. • Council,

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2. Townsend World War II Honor Roll Marker
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Oakley R. • Craft, William F. • Craig, Robert J. • Dale, Rudolph C. • Daniels, Albert K. • Daniels, Allen S. • Daniels, Lawrence • Derrickson, Robert A., Jr. • Dickinson, Benjamin S. • Dickinson, James L. • Dickinson, John W. • Dilks, John E., Jr. • Dittman, Harold J. • Donovan, Thomas T. • Douglas, Franklin G. • Douglas, Milton • Duker, William H. • Eierman, William H. • Ellingsworth, Kirby J. • Elliot, Clarence J. • Estes, Harvey H. • Faries, Irving • Farrow, John P. • Faunce, Harry L. • Fennemore, Jackson C. • Fennemore, J. Wilmer, Jr. • Fogarty, Cupid B. • Foraker, Roy J. • Ford, George L. • Gearhart, Arthur R. • Gonce, Edward • Gosser, William • Gouge, Frank • Graham, Elwood • Guessford, Leroy • Hammond, Frank W. • Hart, George M.D. • Hawke, Francis A. • Henry, Frank D. • Henry, James O. • Henry, Jerome O. • Henderson, Leon A. • Hetrick, William • Heverin, Sidney W. • Hicks, William A. • Homan, Robert E. • Hopkis, Stanford • Hurd, Charles Jr. • Hurd, Jeanette W. • Hutchison, Austin P. • Hutchison, Robert B. • Insolo, Martin B. • Insolo, Paul T. • Issacs, John L. • Isaacs, Reyburn E. • Ivory, Roy • Johnson, Edward C. • Johnson, Sidney H. • Keeler, George • Keeler, William R. • Keiser, Edward H. • Killen, Harry • Kalakowski, Jean N. • Klaumenzer, Norman
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P. • Kuhn, Leon B. • Landon, Ray L. • Laskowski, Thomas A. • Lattomus, Levi W. • Lattomus, John P. • Laurence, John H, Jr. • Lavender, Darrell • Lavender, Dennis S. • Leach, Wallace • Littleton, D'Arcy A. • Lurty, Edward N. • Lynan, John A. • Mannering, John T., Jr. • Mannering, Wilmer H. • Marker, Fred J. • McClain, Walter D. • McDonald, Joseph • McDonald, Woodrow W. • McGinnis, Braden A., Jr. • Melvin, Norman I. • Merkel, Carl L. • Moffitt, F. Evan • Moffitt, T. Lawson • Money, Charles W., Jr. • Moore, Gilbert C. • Morris, Edward S. • Murphy, Robert T. • Nabb, Alfree E. • Naylor, Harry R. • Naylor, John B. • Naylor, William B. • Niles, Jerome D., Jr. • Nottingham, Nelson H. • Nowland, William J. • Oliphant, George K. • Orzalek, Frank B. • Outten, Harold R., Jr. • Parker, Frederick R. • Parker, John L. • Parker, Leonard • Pinder, Irvin N. • Ray, Harvey G. • Ridgeway, Charles E. • Ridgeway, Fred • Ritchie, William T. • Robinson, Linwood C. • Rutter, Samuel D. • Salter, Charles W. • Salter, Ralph S. • Sammons, Ray N., Jr. • Satterfield, Richard F. • Savin, Benjamin C. • Savin, Friel • Savin, Merritt E., Jr. • Savin, Phillip • Schaefer, George H. • Schwatka, Carl W. • Schwatka, Clarence A., Jr. • Schwatka, Edwin H. • Severson, Paul C. • Shaffner, Robert J. • Slaughter,
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Wilson A. • Smith, George W. • Smith, William H. • Sparks, Frank D. • Staats, Thomas E. • Stant, Robert S. • Stant, Samuel T. • Steller, Louis • Sylvester, James F. • Taylor, Robert • Townsend, James I. • Tucker, Foster • Tucker, Ralph E. • Walker, Leonard I. • Wanamaker, Hartford • Warner, Homer E. • Warner, Lloyd • Warner, Walter G. • Washington, Ralph • Watson, Jessie F. • Watson, John E., Jr. • Watson, Malvin H. • Watson, Samuel H. • Watts, Donald A. • Watts, Edgar W. • Watts, Franklin B. • Watts, Harold B. • Watts, Harry E. • Watts, Liston E. • Watts, Ralph V. • Willard, Emile • Willey, John R. • Willey, Paul S. • Williams, Reuben G. • Vanhorn, George J. • Vanhorn, Irving J. • Vanhorn, Leon D. • Voss, Francis M. • Yearsley, Merritt W., Jr.

Biddle, Raymond • Jones, Calvin E. • Squares, John E. • Webber, Lawrence D.
 
Topics. This memorial is listed in this topic list: War, World II.
 
Location. 39° 23.658′ N, 75° 41.626′ W. Marker is in Townsend, Delaware, in New Castle County. Memorial is at the intersection of Main Street and Commerce Street, on the left when traveling west on Main Street. Touch for map. Marker is at or near this postal address: 400 Main St, Townsend DE 19734, United States of America. Touch for directions.
 
Other nearby markers. At least 8 other markers are within 3 miles of this marker, measured as the crow flies. Vietnam War Memorial (here, next to this marker); Korean War Memorial (here, next to this marker); Veterans Memorial (approx. 0.2 miles away); Townsend (approx. 0.2 miles away); Old Union Methodist Church (approx. 1.7 miles away); Scott Church (approx. 2.4 miles away); Blackbird School (District No. 69) (approx. 2.4 miles away); This Tree Was Living When William Penn Came to Pennsylvania (approx. 3 miles away). Touch for a list and map of all markers in Townsend.

 
 
Credits. This page was last revised on June 2, 2021. It was originally submitted on June 2, 2021, by Devry Becker Jones of Washington, District of Columbia. This page has been viewed 46 times since then. Photos:   1, 2. submitted on June 2, 2021, by Devry Becker Jones of Washington, District of Columbia.

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