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Chester World War I and II and Korean Conflict Monument

 
 
Chester World War I and II and Korean Conflict Monument image. Click for full size.
By Michael Herrick, October 3, 2009
1. Chester World War I and II and Korean Conflict Monument
Inscription.
Valor

Dedicated to the
Men and Women
of Chester who
served their
Country in World
War I and II and
in the Korean
Conflict

{South Face}
Panel 1
Adams, Clinton A. Adams, Robert C. Albee, Harold M. Amsden, Edwin E. Amsden, Maynard R. Amsden, Wayne I. Anderson, Everett F. Andrews, Ralph A. Atwood, Guy R. Atwood, Mark L. Austin, Kenneth J. Austin, Lloyd W. Baker, Gerald R. Baker, James Baker, Richard W. Baker, Robert N. Baker, William L. Balch, James A. Ballou, Christopher H. Ballou, Clifford H. Ballou, Grover R. Ballou, Hubbard Ballou, Paul H. Ballou, Robert M. Bargfrede, George L. Barrett, Wayne I. Bascom, David F. Bates, Donald W. Bates, William D. Belaski, Stephen P. Benson, Ellsworth L. Berg, Theodore A. Berg, Thomas W. Berg, Verdie R. Berg, Wilfred J. Jr. Bingham, Francis R. Bingham, Fred Blair, Reginald W. Blais, Philip Blanchard, Roger J. Bowen, Leroy B. Bowers, Lawrence C. Jr. Bowers, Thais G. Breault, Leonard A. Brooks, Carl Recurd, Arnold W. Remillard, Gerard J. Remington, Wallace L.
Panel 2
Brooks, Fabian A. Brooks, Oswin F. Brown, Harley S. Brown, Robert C. Brown, Stanley R. Bruso, Carroll L. Bugbee, Julian, D. Burnett, Allan B. Burt,
Chester World War I and II and Korean Conflict Monument image. Click for full size.
By Michael Herrick, October 3, 2009
2. Chester World War I and II and Korean Conflict Monument
[ South face ]
Harrison E. Buswell, Donald E. Buswell, Franklin E. Bykko, Alan E. Capron, Joseph E. Carlisle, Ernest H. Carlisle, Paul E. Cenate, Harold N. Churchill, Lyle C. Clapper, Sherman C. Clark, Clarence J. Jr. Clemons, Wilfred K. Clokey, John A. Cole, Norman A. Cook, Emeral K. Cook, Lloyd C. Cook, Winston H. Cooledge, Ferris A. Crocker, Henry F. Jr. Crocker, Kendall B. Crocker, Lawton V. Crocker, Vincent P. Cross, Alexander, Crouch, Charles N. Crouch, Raymond W. Cummings, Marvin H. Davis, Edward C. Davis, Karl W. Davis, Philip L. Day, Chester H. Decell, Richard S. Decker, Roland B. DeGroff, Edwin M. Dodge, Raymond E. Duprey, Donald F. Earle, Guy C. Payne, Russell S. Penn, Frank J. Jr. Penn, Philip R.
Center Panel
Adams, Shirley D. Ballou, Paul C. Bates, Harlow R. Benson, Eugene C. Bingham, Edward C. Brooks, Alden L. Buxton, Fred M. Cahill, Lawrence E. Cassita, Joan Douglas, George E. Dragon, Reginald R. Farrar, Oliver Fletcher, Roger A. Golden, Wayne E. Hunsdon, Faith L. Lapointe, Paul F. Lewis, David H. McLean, Wayne P. Noor, John N. Sawtelle, Alva A. Stewart, Robert C. Suojanen, Earl C. Webster, Donald R. Wright, Elson L. Rowe, Leonard M.
Panel 4
Earle, Lloyd B. Eddy, Ernest R. Eddy, Leonard W. Edson, Merritt A. Edwards, Donald
Chester World War I and II and Korean Conflict Monument image. Click for full size.
By Michael Herrick, October 3, 2009
3. Chester World War I and II and Korean Conflict Monument
[ North face ]
C. Estey, Charles B. Fairbanks, Leon M. Farmer, Russell J. Farrar, Donald R. Farrar, Francis P. Farrar, Gail J. Fenner, Charles F. Fenton, Merrill B. Fielder, Herald A. Fish, Raymond L. Fletcher, Robert A. Flynn, William F. Fontaine, Edward Foster, Warren I. Frederick, Chester A. Freeman, Lewis H. Fuller, Franklin B. Fuller, Hazen I. Fuller, Jean M. Fuller, John H. Gaff, George P. Gardner, Lewis J. Garfield, Adin F. Garnier, William H. Garrapy, Commodore Garrapy, Edward L. Garrapy, Romaine O. Gerb, Wilfred J. Jr. Giles, Ellery G. Gjessing, John L. Glidden, Merton W. Goldthwaite, John C. Goldthwaite, John V. Goldthwaite, W. L. Goodnow, Dana O. Goodrich, Carl F. Goodrich, Palmer H. Goodridge, Alva T. Gordon, Paul R. Gould, Frank Austin, Donald M. Willard, E. Charles Viener, Irvir
Panel 5
Gould, Maurice P. Grover, Theodore W. Guild, Roger H. Haley, Elbert A. Hall, Chester, G. Hall, Harold E. Hall, Raymond J. Hall, William J. Hallgarth, Donald R. Harris, Anna Hart, Glennard P. Haseltine, Warren E. Jr. Haseltine, Wayne A. Hatch, Reginald A. Hazen, George A. Hazen, Stephen D. Heald, Luke W. Henebry, Alfred G. Henry, Arthur P. Henry, Bernard W. Henry, Walter A. Hewey, James Hill, Eugene K. Hill, George F. Hitchcock, Paul D. Hodge, Richard W. Hodge, William C. Holden, George E. Holden, Raymond E. Holden, Roderick A. Hope, Charles A. Horton, Wilbur H. Houghton, Frank H. Howard, Millard R. Howe, Barton F. Howe, Benjamin F. Howe, Lawrence F. Hudson, Charles A. Hunsdon, Hewett S. Hunsdon, John H. Hunsdon, Vernon Hyde, Frederic R. Illingsworth, Reginald C. Ingalls, Kenneth R. Ingalls, Richard C. Cain, Nelson A. Finnegan, John

{North Face}
Panel 1
Jarvis, Roy H. Jeffrey, Wallace H. Jeffrey, Walter H. Jefts, Francis W. Jefts, Ralph W. Jennison, Stanley L. Johnson, Carl A. Johnson, Ernest H. Johnson, Norman C. Jones, Elwin Kangas, Charles E. Kemp, Deroy R. Kendall, Everett M. Kimball, Chester O. Kimball, Louis A. Kimball, Rufus A. Kimball, S.B. King, Clifton R. Kingsbury, Henry M. Kingsbury, Herbert R. Kneeland, Maurice B. Knisley, Clifford C. Laffaye, Beatrice E. Laitinen, Olga Lamotte, Clarence M. Lane, Eugene F. Lawton, Albert D. Lawton, Frank A. Leary, John E. Leary, Richard J. Leary, Robert W. Leland, Edith E. Leland, Nellie L. Linkroum, Leonard C. Jr. Lovely, Stephen A. Lovely, Wallace F. Lovett, James K. Luce, Walter H. Lynch, Philip E. Lyon, Bertrand E. Manley, Ernest Martin, Abner R. Martin, Lloyd D. Massey, Erwin E. Motice, Melvin B. Johnson, Albin D. Leary, William L.
Panel 2
Mattson, George E. Mattson, Emil Maynard, Carl H. Maynard, Joseph H. McAllister, Maurice E. McCutcheon, John W. McFadden, Gordon W. Merritt, Charles W. Merritt, David C. Merritt, David M. Merritt, Raymond L. Merritt, Roland L. Metzler, Dale A. Miles, Charles, I. Miner, Earl C. Miner, Ralph C. Monier, Albert L. Montany, Eugene R. Moore, Donald A. Moore, Hewitt F. Moore, William F. Moses, Lester D. Munde, Donald G. Murray, Harold Murray, Roger Nadeau, Ernest J. Nash, Daniel C. Jr. Negus, Richard J. Nichols, Ernest G. Nichols, Herman L. Noor, George C. Normand, Herve J. Norton, Willard C. Orcutt, John C. Parker, Clarence D. Parker, Leslie W. Parker, Reau A. Patton, Nina P. Patton, Ray A. Patton, Richard H. Peck, Wayland S. Pierce, Warren H. Pullard, James R. Prouty, Guy E. Bratton, Ernest J. Wright, Lawrence E.
Center Panel
Brooks, Walter F. Damore, Albert H. Dubois, Wilson C. Hagadorn, Mildred W. Massey, Harold E. Turco, Walter Richards, Robert L. Scott, Robert C. Amsden, Lawrence R. Ballou, Laurence Barnes, Albert F. Bibens, Maurice Blow, Harvey K. Bowen, Robert L. Brown, Carl P. Creighton, Kenneth D. Gould, Raymond W. Hakey, Alfred C. Hammond, Norris R. Hazelton, Glenn W. Helander, Oliver Jenkins, Leon P. Lacross, Leonard Parker, Eudell M.
Panel 4
Putnam, Arthur R. Quinn, Marjorie B. Raitanen, Olga D. Raitanen, Reino N. Rand, Ronald P. Randall, Herbert W. Ray, Maynard C. Raymond, Emmons A. Jr. Ricard, Victor L. Jr. Rice, Carl G. Rich, Guy M. Richards, Maxine E. Richardson, Paul M. Roberts, George Rogstad, Ingwald P. Rogstad, Syver D. Rounds, Franklin H. Rumrill, Ralph W. Rumrill, Richard L. Rumrill, Robert H. Salo, William G. Jr. Schwartz, Herman V. Selmer, Henry B. Jr. Selmer, John W. Severance, Dean C. Sr. Severance, Dean C. Jr. Sheckett, Richard R. Shangraw, Earle Sheldon, Willis C. Sheppard, Ellen T. Sherwin, Elwell C. Sherwin, Robert C. Slade, John O. Smith, Burton H. Smith, Byron N. Smith, Seldon B. Snide, Ralza D. Sparks, Jesse H. Stannard, Paul H. Stearns, Gordon I. Stevens, Frederick S. Stewart, Huzon J. Jr. Stocker, Robert G. Stoddard, Kenneth Robertson, James W. Stoddard, Richard D. Underwood, Leroy C.
Panel 5
Sullivan, Thomas J. Sweet, Norman R. Thomas, Arthur W. Thomas, Earl Thomas, Fred C. Thomas, Willie A. Troise, Domenik Tupper, William N. Underwood, Alvah K. Vail, Edward C. Vogel, William G. Warren, Harold W. Warren, Richard L. Warren, Winston B. Webster, Sidney H. Wells, Carl A. Westine, Howard R. Westine, Leslie W. Weston, Gilbert B. Wheatley, Donald M. Wheeler, Graydon H. Wheeler, John H. Wheeler, Kenneth G. Wheelock, Clarence A. Wheelock, Eldon E. Wheelock, Elvatine Whitcomb, Wesley White, Hubert L. Whitten, Ray R. Williams, Benjamin H. Wilson, Gerald C. Wilson, Stanley C. Wing, Clyde W. Wixon, Bruce C. Woodcock, Howard W. Woodcock, W. Wiley Wright, Charles M. Wright, Elson L. Wright, Warren N. Wyman, David A. Wyman, David H. Wyman, Hollis E. Wyman, Philip U. Yates, Edwin T. Jr. Thomas, Henry Douglas, Donald W.
 
Location. 43° 15.854′ N, 72° 35.898′ W. Marker is in Chester, Vermont, in Windsor County. Marker is at the intersection of Main Street (Vermont Route 11) and School Street, on the left when traveling west on Main Street. Touch for map. Marker is in this post office area: Chester VT 05143, United States of America.
 
Other nearby markers. At least 8 other markers are within 7 miles of this marker, measured as the crow flies. Chester Vietnam Conflict Monument (a few steps from this marker); Chester Civil War Memorial (within shouting distance of this marker); Merritt Austin Edson (within shouting distance of this marker); Chester Academy / District No. 20 Central School (within shouting distance of this marker); Chester Depot (approx. half a mile away); Stellafane Observatory (approx. 4.1 miles away); James Hartness & Precision Valley Inventors (approx. 6.6 miles away); Helen Hartness Flanders (approx. 6.6 miles away). Touch for a list and map of all markers in Chester.
 
Categories. War, KoreanWar, World IWar, World II
 
 
Credits. This page was last revised on August 6, 2018. This page originally submitted on October 17, 2009, by Michael Herrick of Southbury, Connecticut. This page has been viewed 899 times since then and 23 times this year. Photos:   1, 2, 3. submitted on October 17, 2009, by Michael Herrick of Southbury, Connecticut. • Kevin W. was the editor who published this page.
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