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Richmond in Ontario County, New York — The American Northeast (Mid-Atlantic)
 

This Memorial

 
 
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By Anton Schwarzmueller, October 26, 2018
1. Richmond Veterans Memorial
Center plaque
Inscription.
This memorial is
dedicated to our
men and women
who faithfully
served their country
in war and peace

”O beautiful for heroes proved
in liberating strife, who more
than self their country loved
and mercy more than life!”
”America, The Beautiful” Katherine Lee Bates

[2] Revolutionary War Veterans
Daniel Bissell, John Garlinghouse, Nathaniel Harmon, John Johnson, William Lane, Truman Mead, Moses Orcutt, Andrew Palmes, Ichabob J. Perry, Peter Pitts, Philip Reed, Jesse Stevens

War of 1812 Veterans
Nathaniel Allen, Tilness Bentley, Atremus Briggs, Jedediah Briggs, Lyman Canada ★, Eli Crooks ★, Benjamin Downing ★, Benjamin Garlinghouse ★, Joseph Garlinghouse, Luman Gilbert, Henry Hazen, James Henderson ★, Smith Henry, Victor N. Hopkins, Sylvester Johnson, Levi Noble, Joshua Phillips, Warren Pierpont, William Pitts, John Pool, John F. Reed, Wheeler Reed, Daniel Short, Eber Sibley, William Smith, Roderick Steel.

Civil war Veterans
Richard M. Allen, Robert Allen, Emery J. Anderson, Philip G. Bacon, Thomas Barkley, Elias Barnes ★, James Barnes ★, John J. Barrett, John Barringer ◆, Edgar F. Bentley ◆, Isaac D. Bentley, Cyrus H. Booth, John P. Bray, William Bray, James Brown,
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By Anton Schwarzmueller, October 26, 2018
2. Richmond Veterans Memorial
Far left plaque
Henry Clark, James Davison Sr., Asa N. Deal, James H. Dill ★, Charles Fields, Erastus G. Fields ★, Edward Foy, John W. Garthen ◆, Isaac B. Green, Daniel M. Hale, Henry D. Hale, Olijah Hall, Franklin H. Hayward, G.W. Heazlit ◆, Walter R. Jack, Ira Justin Jr. ▲, Robert Kilips, Adolph Knauer ◆, Henry Livingston, Bernard Logan, James Long ◆, Alonzo Micks ★, Thomas Murray, Eli Nichols, Martin L. Nutt◆, John O鱈ahey, James O誰eil◆, Uriah W, Osgood ★, David Patterson, Sylvester I. Peavy, Gilbert W. Peck, James O. Porter, Charles E. Reed. Peter G. Ross, William W. Ryan, Isaac F. Seward, Joshua W. Simpson, Ellet Stidd, Marris VanVliet, Oscar H. Voorhees, William H. Ward ◆, Chauncey Warden, Elam B. Wetmore ★, William Whisker, James J. White, Hiram P. Whitney ★, Walter Wilcox ★, John G. Wilson, John H. Wilson, Jerome B. Woodworth, E. M. Wright Jr. ▲ Spanish American War Veterans
Ernest M. Anderson

★ Killed in action, ◆ Died in service, ▲ Prisoner of war died in service

[3] World War I Veterans
Albert W. Alger, Orlin Alger, Harry J. Allen, Carl Ashley, Fayette P. Bacon, George W. Bartlett, Sayre D. Beam, Clarence M. Becker, Burt Belcher ★, Clarence U. Bennett, Edwin A Bott, William T. Burns, Micheal E. Costello, Chester C. Cronk, Harry DeWilde, Emory
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By Anton Schwarzmueller, October 26, 2018
3. Richmond Veterans Memorial
Left plaque
B. Fox, Charles J. Franklin, Charles Horten, Carlton M. King, Albert S. Mayer, Patrick J. Meehan, William F. Morrow, Edwin R. Nesbitt, Leo G. O誰eil, Charles A. Overholt, Leonard B. Pierce, James D. Powers, Howard M. Purple, LeRoy E. Sammis, Murray L. Savage ★, Walter Schultze, Raymond T. Shafer, Arthur Smith, Frederick Stacey, Robert E. Taft, John R. Tibbals, Theodore R. Tibbals, Ffloyd E. Tiller, Arthur E. Treble, Howard L. Trescott, Harrison F. Ward, Murray W. Watkins, Neil Wisse, William W. Woleslagle, Lee M. Wright, Sullivan Youst

Korean War Veterans
Roy I. Aford, William R. Austin, Thomas R. Blackmer, Robert D. Buck, Susan S. Cook, William H. Cook, John F. Dorn, Harvey K. Fisher, Arland Isaman, Albert D. Miller, George A. Schneider, Ronald Sellers, Howard W. Tones, Clark L. White

Vietnam War Veterans
Ward S. Buck, Leonard Dibble, Edward C. Dunn, Thomas E. Engle, David W. Graves, John P. Hildreth Jr., David E. Hutton, Gregory J. Kolb, Thomas LaPLant, James Metz, Joanne I. Mosher, Edward F. Shields, Gerald A. Shorey, Joseph T. Snyder

Post Vietnam Era
Charles A. Burley

★ Killed in action, ◆ Died in service, ▲ Prisoner of war died in service

[4] World War II Veterans
Ellis Alger, Tracy r. Allen, James T. Angie, Leslie Bacon ★, Richard S. Baker, Leo A. Ball, James E. Barnard, Thomas F. Bauman,
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By Anton Schwarzmueller, October 26, 2018
4. Richmond Veterans Memorial
Right plaque
Casper L. Beach, Warren Beeman, John P. Bildner, Hugh F. Blair, Donald L. Boyd ★, Edward W. Boyd, Harry D. Brearey, Robert J. Bruce, Russell Buck, John R. Burns, Jack D. Burrett ★, Harold R. Canarvis, Richard T. Carstensen, Fred Carter, George R. Chaffer, Guy Christian, James E. Cochrane, Lewis W. Cochrane ★, Raymond E. Cook, Michael Costa, Leslie W. Crastsley, Walter W. Crooks, Arthur M. Crowley, John H. Cruger, Robert G. Custer, John L. Davis, Donald A. Deats, William J. Deats, Roy Dee, Robert O. Deuel, Ira S. Deyo, Raymond C. Dinehart, Robert W. Dinehart, Elmer Distler, Robert H. Edwards, Victor V. Egger, Ralph B. Ellsworth, Paul A Favreau, Robert W. Gamrod, Leonard D. Garlinhouse, William Grey, George L. Hagel, Wesley Halstead, Arthur E. Hammond, Alfred J. Hannahs, James L. Harrington, Glenn D. Ingraham, Wiliam H. Johnston, Joseph J. Karins, Donald R. Knight, Bernhard W. Kolb, Laurence W. Lane, Paul J, Lamphear, Frederick Liestman, Bernhard Martin, Richard C. McBride, James H. Melton, Archie L. Moore, Donald A. Mosher, Robert Newman, Joseph E. O誰eill Jr., Kenneth P. Palmer, Robert C. Parshall, Roger W. Perry, Dean A. Plain, Herman J. Polle, James Pribanich, Ernest V. Pritchard, James F. Quillan, Herbert N. Reed, Roy W. Roome, Philip J. Rowley, Robert E. Rowley, Laverne G. Scholl, Neil Sellers Jr., Leroy G. Shattuck, Albert F. Shorey, Gilbert E. Smith, Robert
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By Anton Schwarzmueller, October 26, 2018
5. Richmond Veterans Memorial
Far right plaque
W. Smith, Guthrie E. Swingle, John F. Szurkowski, Martin J. Thesing, Ivan C. Thompson, George W. Thurston, Othello F. Thurston, Albert J. Traino, William J. Tram. John E. Unamann, Edward Walsh ★, Gordon F. Ward, Roger W. Ward, Floyd J. Watkins, Charles T. Wesley, Floyd E. Wesley Jr., Harold C. White, Howard L. Wright, Theodore J. Ziegler

★ Killed in action, ◆ Died in service, ▲ Prisoner of war died in service

[5]World War II

Harold Bacon, Anthony Castronova, John “Jack” Coon, James Digiorgi, Thomas Gherhart, Charles Kast, Haley Keith, John J. McDonald, Richard Scherberger, Francis E. Wright, Harold “Mike”Mastin, Edwin Bott, Robert Goyette, Raymond Dean Hillegeer, Robert Kent, Alan Wheeler, Ezra Barrett, Althea T. Bilous, John Hodheman, Clinton Gotham, Edwin Roberts, Frederick Root, Clifford Guffey, Milton Ketchum, Vincent Rowley, Eugene Nycz, Lawrence Briggs, Leonard Butler, Richard Towner, Jr., Louis Schreckenberger, Jr., Leonard Hamilton, Joseph W. Watson

Korean War

John C. Carrier, Paul Lanphear, Charles Washburn, Herman Blair, Irving Griswold, Donald Sackett, Richard Deck, Arthur A. Treble, Herbert E. Treble

Vietnam War

Gary Levesque, Gordon Hepworth, Michael White, Lawrence Thayer

Post Vietnam Era

Robert Wendt
 
Location.
Richmond Veterans Memorial image. Click for full size.
By Anton Schwarzmueller, October 26, 2018
6. Richmond Veterans Memorial
(brightened)
42° 47.4′ N, 77° 30.803′ W. Marker is in Richmond, New York, in Ontario County. Marker is on Main Street (U.S. 20A) 0.2 miles east of West Lake Road, on the right when traveling west. Touch for map. Marker is in this post office area: Honeoye NY 14471, United States of America.
 
Other nearby markers. At least 8 other markers are within 7 miles of this marker, measured as the crow flies. Pitts Mansion (approx. 0.3 miles away); Pioneer Home (approx. 0.7 miles away); Old Reed Homestead (approx. 3.3 miles away); Jacksonville (approx. 4.3 miles away); Burning Springs (approx. 5.8 miles away); Frost Town (approx. 6.1 miles away); Solomon Woodruff (approx. 6.4 miles away); Wilder Cemetery (approx. 6.8 miles away). Touch for a list and map of all markers in Richmond.
 
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