Watertown in Litchfield County, Connecticut — The American Northeast (New England)
Memorial to Our Sons and Daughters Who Served Their Country in the World War 1914-1918
By Michael Herrick, June 4, 2009
1. Memorial to Our Sons and Daughters Who Served Their Country in the World War 1914-1918 Marker
Memorial to Our Sons and
Daughters Who Served Their Country
in the World War 1914-1918
Dedicated in grateful recognition by the
People of Watertown May 30th 1921
[Names on the northwest face:]
Earl D Anderson J H Haydn Bryan John J Egan Nelson C Henger Stanley H Andrews Wilfred B Bryan Thomas C Egan Thomas W Herring Joseph M Angel Harold J Budge Thomas P Farrell Clifford A Holleran * Harold R Archer Charles Burton Willian A Fenn Floyd D Hotchkiss Harry B Ashens\Den Edward Butler Edward Fitzpatrick Herbert B Howe Harold C Ashworth * George A Byrnes John O Fitzpatrick Frank E Hoxley Clifford I Atwood Alfred Cavannah Joseph M Fitzpatrick Earl R Hudson * H Leroy Atwood Carlton B Clyma Le Roy Foster Carlos W Hungerford Harold W Atwood Robert Colburn Luther France Arthur C Ingraham Ina W Atwood Clifford C Conrad Harold R Fray Raymond Irish Lester W Atwood Howard P Conrad Harold R Fuller Harold P Johnson Floyd N Barlow Clarence J Cook Henry Gagnon John Johnson Leslie R Barlow Francis E Cook Frank V Gallagher William J Johnston Spencer W Barlow Harry J Cook John Galligan Rena M Kane Wilfred Barlow Geroge B Crawford Elgie L Galpin Mark J Keaney Peter Bartkus James
Creahan Matthew C Gee Charles T Kelly Arthur Beard Erwin Creighton Russell B Gee Leslie T Kennedy Joseph W Bebrininks William B Cruttenden J H D Grannis Sr Peter Kenney * Harold A Beers Anthony Daley J H D Grannis Jr John Kieley Edison J Bennet James H Damery Seraifino Greco Clifford Kingsbury * Clarence Benway John Damico Jacques P Grenier Peter P Kvietkus William J Bogle Michael Damico G William Griffin Joseph Lampron Teresa Bolt David H Davidson Edwin H Glover Granville T Leeke Clarence N Booth C Lewis Dayton Joseph Glover Harold H Lewis Anne C Bormolini Herbert S Dayton Joseph A Gugliemetti Jeffrey S Lewis Joseph F Bormolini Walter E Decker Walter Guyette Samuel A Lindsay Albert L Botelle James J De Martino * Henry Hamel William G Lindsay George W Botelle Alphonse Desaulnier Martin E Hansen Harry B Lockwood Louis L Brandemeyer Thomas H Dimock Robert A Harrison James A Logue Thomas J Brennan Herbert Dougherty Charles E Haudberg Samuel C Logue Leman C Bronson Harry W Downing Barton L Heminway Neil Lorensen George F Brooks William J Dundon Buell H Heminway Jr Gerald C Low Harry A Brouette George Edmonds Merrit Heminway William F Lynn
By Michael Herrick, June 4, 2009
2. Memorial to Our Sons and Daughters Who Served Their Country in the World War 1914-1918 Marker
[Names on the southwest face:]
Alfred J Magee Earl M ODell Thomas Rodden Herve
Therrault Harold T Magee John ODonnell Howard H Rogers Charles L Thompson Nicholas J Manton Joseph ODonnell John A Rogers Fred C Thompson Joseph Marino Charles E Olson John Rowe George L Thompson George A McCleary Frederick T Olson Alfred E Roy Jr Clarence V Thunberg John A McCleary Louis Olson George B Ryan George I Tompkins William M McDonnell Thomas J Oniel Clarence B Ryder Jesse W Traver Alexander M McLean Raymond E Parker Eddir Sakalikes G Belden Trinkaus James McLean Byron F Parsons Edward Schlenesky Nicholas Waehn Henry J McDough Albert E Patterson Edmond Schreier William Walton Martin P McGough John D Peacocke William Schreier Charles Warner Charles S McGowan * George H Peck Harris F Scott Carlton B Weed John V McGowan Walter Pendleton Jr Robert O Semple William H Weiss Thomas F McGrath Fred Pfeiffer De Leo Severia Samule H Wheeler Frank A Menetrey Alfred L Platt Michael Shea James F White Dewey R Menetrey Albert J Pope Patrick Shea Thomas White H Morton Merriman Howard F Potter Joseph G Shields Robert W Whittaker John T Miller Joseph W Purdy Thomas H Shields John A Wiehn Angelo Moscariello J Harry Purvis Hulet Shipman Charles F Wilkerson Frnak Moscariello Frederick C Quick Earl W Skilton Kneeland B Wilkes Vinton W Mitchell Alfred Reichenbach George W Skilton * Edward R Williams Joseph W Moody August Reichenbach Frederick W Slater Francis Williams Wilbur J Moore Frank M Reinhold Justin L Smith Augustus Wood Robert J Mulhern John J Reirdon Setmour R Smith Edward C Woodruff William Mulhern Warren Reynolds Howard A Snyder Frederick B Woodward James F Neagle Charles Rikonski Frederick L Steindal Herbert D Woodward John A Ney John Rinkavage Harry C Steiskal * LeRoy G Woodward Edward F OBrien Leonard Rinkavage Joseph A Steponaipis Russell J Woodward John J OBrien Frank S Roberts * Olaf W Swanson Harrold H Wright James E OConnell Michael J Roberts Francis Synnot John J Young Edward F OConnor John Rodden * William S Taylor John Zuraitis John H OConnor Philip Rodden William J Tetro Samuel Zuraitis
By Michael Herrick, June 4, 2009
3. The Boulder on the Watertown Public Green at DeForest Street and Veterans Hill
Erected 1921 by People of Watertown.
Location. 41° 36.344′ N, 73° 7.112′ W. Marker is in Watertown, Connecticut, in Litchfield County. Marker is at the intersection of DeForest Street (U.S. 6) and Veterans Hill, on the right when traveling east on DeForest Street. Touch for map. Marker is in this post office area: Watertown CT 06795, United States of America.
Other nearby markers. At least 8 other markers are within walking distance of this marker. Watertown Killed in Action Memorial (here, next to this marker); Watertown World War II Monument (within shouting distance of this marker); Civil War Monument (within shouting distance of this marker); Marion A. Munson Memorial Park (within shouting distance of this marker); Watertown (within shouting distance of this marker); Soldiers of 1776 Memorial (approx. half a mile away); Michael Dayton (approx. half a mile away); Rev'd John Trumbull (approx. half a mile away). Touch for a list and map of all markers in Watertown.
More about this marker. These markers are on the Boulder on the Watertown Public Green at DeForest Street and Veterans Hill
Regarding Memorial to Our Sons and Daughters Who Served Their Country in the World War 1914-1918. The * denotes those who were killed in action.
Additional keywords. War Memorials
Categories. • Military • War, World I •
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