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Belvidere in Warren County, New Jersey — The American Northeast (Mid-Atlantic)

Warren County Veterans Monument

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By Alan Edelson, May 7, 2010
1. Warren County Veterans Monument
[ Center Marker: ]
We, The Citizens of Warren County, dedicate this monument on the eleventh day of November, nineteen hundred and ninety eight, to the Veterans of Warren County who have made the ultimate sacrifice, thus preserving for us our basic freedoms: Life, Liberty, and The Pursuit of Happiness.

We hereby express our gratitude to all Warren County Veterans who have served their country since the birth of this great nation and to those who may be called to guard our shores in the future. The names engraved hereon are but a few of the countless Americans who gave their lives, that we might live in peace. Those prisoners of war still unaccounted for and those missing in action will never be forgotten.
We Pause, We Reflect, We Remember.

[ Center Marker, Left Panel: ]
World War II
Clark Shay, Harrison E. Shipps , Stewart P. Sickels, George W. Rowe, Lester R. Sarkady, Vincent I. Schirner, Bruce H. Schmeal, Gregory Screnci, Francis J. Ross, Frank P. Rounsaville, David Rossi, Lewis F. Silverthorne, Charles E. Sisco, Eugene Slack, John Slampyak,
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By Alan Edelson, May 7, 2010
2. Warren County Veterans Monument -Central Marker
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John Snow, Herbert Steinhardt, Robert Steinhardt, Edison G. Stiff, Eugene J. Storm, Edmund A. Sullivan, Walter Tiffany Jr., Leo M. Tigue, John M. Zuck, Joseph J. Toth, Leonard VanCamp, Arthur C. Vanderbilt, Leroy L. VanHorn, Thomas Vannatta, Louis G. Varanese, John L. Vargo, Ralph A. Vass, Claude Vaughin, Harry E. Wade, Sherry R. Wallace, Garner Walters, Jr., John F. Walters, Kenneth Warner, William F. Weaver, Joseph M. Wiersky Sr., Fred F. Wendland, Ernest F. Whitehead, John L. Wilhelm, Andrew O. Willever, Frederick H. Wilson, Lewis S. Wood, Geoffrey S. Wrigley, Peter T. Youpa, Charles Todaro, Michael Zmur

[ Center Marker, Right Panel: ]
World War II
Donald LaRue, Levi I. Laubach, James A. Lawler, Evo A. Fucili, Charles R. Gallagher, Garrett Gardner, Marvin Garrow, Robert F. Gerhardt, Edward E. Greer, Robert H. Griffith, Gerhardt K. Gutsche, Charles E. Gruver, John H. Hann, Joseph T. Harakal, Barry H. Haviland, Peter Hardick Jr., Charles R. Henshaw, William R. Hoffman, Frank S. Manasseri, Richard Howell, Donald C. Hutchison, Joseph Iak, George, Kapciewicz Jr., Maxwell R. Kappenberger, Vernon B. Foster, Aaaron Freeman, Alvin T. Friend, Roy Kisselbach, Michael Kush, Stanley J. Aviadis, Anthony Kasper, Francis Kehoe, Kenneth Kindt, Curtis Lear Jr., Albert Lemmerman, Donald Levin, Battista Ling Jr., Francis X. Luke, Marvin C. Lutz, Abram E.
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By Alan Edelson, May 7, 2010
3. Warren County Veterans Monument - Left Marker
Hoffner, Matthew Mangiacotti, John Marhefka, Carl L. Markart, Walter J. Bidinger, William D. Snyder Jr.

[Left side of marker:]
World War I
Earl B. Amey, James A. Anderson, Harold J. Ashley, Frank P. Banghart Jr., Charles A. Blau, William A. Boyce, Curvin A. Burger, Clarence E. Buss, John P. Carson, Dominick Caservitch, Morris Etzler, Maurice Exler, Arthur Crusen, John H. James, Bertrand Kinnaman, Joseph J. Currey, Bernard J. Donovan, Howard S. Ehrie, Frank Cook, Erwin I. Cruts, Charles R. Fisher, Russell Frey, Anthony F. Gallagher, Walter M. Grooby, Ervin P. Hawk, George W. Hawk Jr., Charles Henry Hill, Amos N. Hoagland, Budd Hornbaker, Miller Howell, Herbert M. Inscho, Thomas Cullen, Charles B. Currens

World War I
John E. Rausch, William H. Kohen, Charles E. Lawler, George Earl Lear, Ernest G. Linneman, Felix R. Smith, Leighton B. Smith, Samuel B. Stabp, Euginio Mancini, John Marnzrevrh, Andrew J. McCloskey, Anthony Montesi, Frank W. Palsgrove, Vito Pesaresi, Stewart W. Platt, Benjamin L. Quick, Karl F. Kocher, Felix Regzonico, Philip J. Riehl, William Rittenhouse, John Winkler, Thomas L. Lloyd, Howard Lore, Frank Nakowsky, Alexander Sztick, Angelo Tarsi, John Thatcher, George H. Thornton, Ellis W. Wade, John L. Wambold, Samuel A. Willever, Jacob J. Sheats

World War II
Claude Reitenauer,
Warren County Veterans Monument - Right Marker image. Click for full size.
By Alan Edelson, May 7, 2010
4. Warren County Veterans Monument - Right Marker
Robert A. McClure, William D. McKelvie Jr., Joseph Mecsey, Joseph F. Meeker, Everett R. Midlaugh, Carmaine Middei, John Miller, Frank Minick Jr., Dominik J. Murgia, Stanley J. Murphy, Peter A. Nicholson, Ugo J. Nicusanti, John G. Nilsson, Charles B. Nixon, Frank R. Oberley, Charles Osborne, Ward H. Osmun, Wilbur W. Osmun, Leonard A. Pelonero, Edmund N. Oram, Eugene Ozyjowski, Donald J. Parker, William J. Pastor, Alonzo Gilbert Paul, Carl S. Paul, Axel S. Reedell, Charles E. Osmun, Leonard R. Pensack, Clyde I. Peters, Alexander Piperata, Frank D. Pologruto, Lewis Paabe Jr., Raymond Renkert Jr., Sherwood R. Penner, John Riddell, John M. Richards, Samuel Romano, Harvey Morgenstern Jr., Leo J. Reed, James Regan, Wayne J. Randolph, Robert J. Reese, Wallace Peer

[Right side of marker:]
World War II
Martin O. May
Congressional Medal of Honor
William Carham, Peter Gianio, Walter Chipiloski, James A. Baker, Paul Baker, Carl. L. Ball, Robert W. Beatty, Palmer C. Behler, Robert A. Belet, Henry E. Bernadine, Walter J. Bibinger, Edward J. Bishop, John Bolas, Philip D. Bordonaro, Dale B. Bowers, Arthur C. Brock, Arnold Brophy, Richard W. Bruch, Walter L. Burd, Stanley S. Butkanecz, Charles E. Casey, Alfred H. Foreman, Paul Curl, Kenneth E. DeLong, John M. Dolak, William Clark, Harry W. Clymer, Charles G. Coleman, William L. Corcoran, Robert
Warren County Veterans Monument image. Click for full size.
By Alan Edelson, May 7, 2010
5. Warren County Veterans Monument
I. Crutz, Nicholas Alfier, Benfrey R. Apgar, John F. Baars, Steve Dornick, William A. Drager, George D. Drake, Charles O. Dux, Marvin A. Ewell, Charles K. Felver Jr., Gemini F. Felming, Henry A. Caughill, Clifford F. Cressman, Marvin M. Gerrol
Korean War
Albert Atkins, Gerald J. Collins, Sherman P. Cruts, Ernest F. Becker, Frederick Digilio, Ben F. Ford, Henry W. Helf Jr., Martha Hopping Holt, William Hutnick Jr., Robert G. Miller, George A. Rining, Everitt J. Tillou, Albert D. Titman, Walter D. Smith, Robert Kolesar
Vietnam War
Robert Albanese, Robert F. Bacon, Harry F. Conrad, Peter DeHaas, Francis M. Finnerty Jr., James F. Godfrey, William L. Hashagen, Clifford Jones Jr., Dennis Kline, Julius Zaporozec, Daniel D. Myers, Albert A. Outwater Jr., Arthur M. Rowe, Edward J. Buvolis, Richard A. Sawran, Albert J. Shiller, Ernest W. Smith, Terrence E. Smith, Leland H. Zulane, James L. Suydam, Nicholas Szawaluk, Robert J. Marcantoni, James A. Masten, James R. Morris, William M. Konyu, John E. Marason, Bruce E. Lawrence, Frank A. Ranelli, James H. Nicholas Jr., James C. McDonald

Erected 1998.
Topics. This memorial monument is listed in these topic lists: War, KoreanWar, VietnamWar, World IWar, World II.
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40° 49.643′ N, 75° 4.624′ W. Marker is in Belvidere, New Jersey, in Warren County. Memorial is at the intersection of Mansfield Street and 2nd Street, on the right when traveling north on Mansfield Street. Touch for map. Marker is in this post office area: Belvidere NJ 07823, United States of America. Touch for directions.
Other nearby markers. At least 8 other markers are within 5 miles of this marker, measured as the crow flies. Warren County Purple Heart Monument (within shouting distance of this marker); Court House (within shouting distance of this marker); County Park (within shouting distance of this marker); Belvidere (approx. ¼ mile away); The Shoe Tree (approx. 0.3 miles away); John Nicoll (approx. 0.3 miles away); First Presbyterian Church of Oxford (approx. 1.7 miles away); Delaware Village Historic District (approx. 4.4 miles away). Touch for a list and map of all markers in Belvidere.
Credits. This page was last revised on July 27, 2020. It was originally submitted on May 9, 2010, by Alan Edelson of Union Twsp., New Jersey. This page has been viewed 1,080 times since then and 43 times this year. Last updated on February 26, 2015, by J. Makali Bruton of Querétaro, Mexico. Photos:   1, 2, 3, 4, 5. submitted on May 9, 2010, by Alan Edelson of Union Twsp., New Jersey. • Bill Pfingsten was the editor who published this page.

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