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Washington Depot in Litchfield County, Connecticut — The American Northeast (New England)

Washington Veterans Monument

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By Michael Herrick, March 18, 2010
1. Washington Veterans Monument
[ top plaque ]
The Citizens Of Washington Have Not Forgotten – In Honor And Grateful Memory Of The Veterans Of The Community Who Served In The Armed Forces Of The United States: For The Cause Of Liberty
[ left plaque ]
1950 – 1955
Anderson, Arnold A. Borger, Norman A. Borger, Richard H. Brooks, Donald J. Bushman, Anthony P. Calhoun, Noble S. Carlson, Martin Luther Chatfield, T. R. Jr. Cheney, Charles M. Cheney, Gerald F. Cheney, Roy F. George P. Collins, Garth I. Cook, Charles F. Cook, Fred J. Cornell, Paul L. Jr. Daskam, Thomas C. Devine, Robert A. Ernhout, Leslie P. Jr. Fleezer, William H. Hickox, George Jr. Johnson, Phillip R. Jones, Griffith Katon, Reid Lewis, George L. Jr. Lundberg, Donald A. McKay, William E. Moore, Creighton Moore, Kenyon H. Moore, Loren W. Moore, Owen F. Nelson, John F. Parks, Clayton Jr. Peterson, John E. Puzar, Edward V. Raymunt, James J. Sr. Reap, Leo E. Retallick, John J. Seeley, Henry W. Jr. Swanberg, John E. Swanson, Eugene R. Swanson, George J. Swanson,
Washington Veterans Monument image. Click for full size.
By Michael Herrick, March 18, 2010
2. Washington Veterans Monument
Vernon Swift, Lloyd H. Tanguay, Elmo F. Jr. Tompkins, George H. Tompkins, Harmon J. Tompkins, Oscar A. Walberg, George W. Waldron, Ronald A. Worcester, William W. II Wright, Burton L. Wright, Joseph A. Zinick, Calvin Kunhardt, Henry W. Swanson, Allan K.

[ center plaque ]
World War II
1941 – 1945
Adams, Gardiner Agate, William J. Anderson, Carl A. Anderson, Emil E. Anderson, George A. Anderson, Lawrence H. Anderson, Leonard F. Arnold, Dan J. Jr. Arntsen, Charles E. Arntsen, Leonard J. Austin, George W. Averill, Heman B. Bader, George G. MD Bailey, Bruce M. Bailey, Richard W. Bird, William P. Bolles, Randolph Born, Otto Bourquin, Roger Braman, Grenville C. Bruens, George A. Bruens, Weston L. Bullo, Raymond Burgess, Franklin L. Burr, Barry D. Burr, Frederic M. Burr, Perry M. Cable, Alton Cable, Donald Cable, George Cable, Richard H. Caine, George Calhoun, David O. Cavallaro, John A. Chatfield, Glen Chatfield, Thomas R. Cheney, Corliss C. Cheney, Joseph M. Cheney, Kenneth T. Cherniske, Joseph S. Cherniske, James F. Chouinard, Leo Coll, Francis Coll, Robert W. Colvin, Howard F. Connerty, Harold J. Cook, Warren Cooper, Kenneth M. Couch, Allen N. Darbee, Henry Darbee, Herbert C. Daross, Irene J. Dear, Brock M. Jr. Deming, Donald L. Deming, Wilbur S. Jr. Duckworth, Willard G. Duffy, Donald E. Duncan, Edwin Dutcher, Cornelius Dyer, Carol Embovitz, Adolf E. Embovitz, Edward Embovitz, William R. Erickson, Harry Fanning, Clare Farrington, Carol Fenn, Edward P. Fowler, Edward C. Gage, John H. Gage, Louis P. Gardella, Andrew F. Gardiner, Henry Geer, Walter H. Gibson, R. Dana Gibson, Edward B. Gibson, William H. Gillette, James A. Godman, John F. Golden, Catherine C. Golden, Lucy T. Golden, Patrick F. Golden, Timothy M. Granstrom, Lynn C. Greene, Josiah E. Greene, Kenyon W. Gugel, David Jr. Gunnarson, Stanley Gustafson, Walter A. Haley, J. Robert Hall, Jesse A. Hall, Joseph T. Halsted, Donald M. Jr. Hanning, Frederick W. Hearn, Alan G. Hearn, Hazel I. Heline, George Hemingson, Frederick M. Hinchliffe, Cynthia D. Hinchliffe, John S. Jr. Hoadley, Nelson T. Hodes, Henry L. Hodes, Walter W. Hollister, Allen B. Hollister, John G. Holmes, Warren Hopper, William T. Hull, Ezra H. Hull, James J. Huxley, Leo D. Ives, Edward L. Jr. Ives, Frank B. Jackson, David B. Jesson, William Jr. Johnson, Arthur L. Johnson, Carl A. Johnson, Edward A. Johnson, Everett C. Johnson, Frederick W. Johnson, G.V. Clarence Johnson, Hilding Johnson, Howard T. Johnson, Jerry R. Johnson, John A. Johnson, Leroy E. Johnson, Malcolm P. Johnson, Margaret Johnson, Ralph A. Johnson, Roland A. Johnson, Sherwood J. Johnson, Thomas Jr. Jones, James R. Jones, C. Robert Kaylor, John V. Kelsey, Robert Kinney, Lester C. Kirschner, Joseph Klugh, Milton C. Krasselt, Clarence Krikscium, John Krikscium, Paul V. Krikscium, Sta A. Lamont, John H. Lamont, Robert P. Landon, Stephen L. Jr. Litwin, Ivan G. Lyon, Eugene H. Macdonnell, Donald C. Mahoney, Chester D. Mahoney, Patrick J. Manning, Richard Martin, Charles B. McHan, Wesley D. McIlravey, Andrew F. McMaster, Claude H. Meeker, David Deborah Hall Meeker, Edward Meeker, Sheldon Molenaor, William G. Morehouse, Howard H. Morse, Charles D. Morse, Robert T. Mowbray, Henry S. Mulherin, Alvah E. Maramore, Russell Nelson, John Nelson, Leonard B. Nelson, Robert Nemence, Andrew Nemence, George J. Nemence, Paul Nemence, Thomas Jr. Nemence, Victor A. Parker, Alton Peterson, Adrian F. Peterson, Christian M. Peterson, Ernest A. Peterson, Roy L. Jr. Peterson, Winston W. Pickett, Mary E. Pickett, Walter M. Jr. Pickett, William H. Pinney, Fred E. Pinney, George R. Pitts, Charles Platt, George W. Pope, Gerald C. Quist, Elmer C. Quist, Ralph A. Raymond, Thomas Raymunt, Benjamin A. Raymunt, Edward Raymunt, Jesse Raymunt, Stanley A. Raymunt, William M. Reap, Leo Regan, Edward F. Regan, Thomas A. Rehn, Otto Jr. Repkewich, Valentine C. Richmond, Howard L. Rimbocchi, August Risso, Charles Rowe, Russell C. Scofield, Frederick Seabrook, DeLacy Seeley, Henry W. Jr. Sega, Anthony A. Servidas, Peter Servidas, William Sheehy, John M. Sheldon, James Sheldon, William B. Sidella, Agnes E. Sjonost, Carl J. Smith, Byron L. Snow, Richard B. Stolt, Arthur H. Stolt, Ronald G. Straight, Stephen M. Straight, Roger Strong, Nathan H. Swanson, Albert E. Swanson, Allyn Swanson, Ernest C. Swanson, Roger W. Swanson, Vernon Swett, Mark W. Swett, Charles T. Swift, Clarence A. Swift, Harry R. Tenney, Benjamin Tompkins, Floyd W. Jr. Tompkins, Peter B. Torrey, Benjamin Torrey, James H. Torrey, Peter Turner, John S. Turngren, Edward Valhos, Joseph A. Valhos, Nicholas N. Vanderhoef, Charles S. Vanderhoef, John Jr. Varley, Edward J. Varley, William J. Vincent, Raymond Visco, Prospecto Von Gal, Irving L. Walberg, Kenneth Wallace, Edward S. Wassong, Richard Wersebe, Helen Whitney, Foster J. Whittlesey, John B. Williams, Ella H. Williamson, Archibald S. Jr. Winters, Edward J. Woodruff, Charles Woodward, Arthur C. Jr. Wright, Cyrus J. Wright, Edward P. Wright, Fitch G. Wright, George J. Wright, Leons Wright, Louise E. Wright, Orville C. Wright, Richard Wright, Starr Wright, Walter S. Wright, William H. Wyant, Alfred H. Jr. Wyant, Harry W. Wyant, John J. Zetterquist, Knut Zinick, Abraham H. Zumpf, Frederick W.

[ right plaque ]
1964 - 1975
Agard, Allen L. Agard, Donald Anderson, Robert A. Anderson, Robert R. Anderson, George V. Anderson, Walter G. Appleyard, James C. Averill, Perry R. Boothroyd, Fred Jr. Bouchard, Joseph N. Bronson, Bruce R. Bruens, Christopher R. Bruens, William Camp, William O. Jr. Cannavaro, Bruce P. Chappuis, Howard S. III Chadwick, Donald W. Jr. Chase, Joel Chase, Paul Chatfield, David A. Chatfield, Dwayne R. Chatfield, Lynsley Clapp, Robin W. Clarke, Frederick M. Coit, David M. Cooney, Thomas A. Couch, George W. Daigneault, Ronald E. deCourcy, John R. Delancy, Daniel R. Douchane, Donald G. Etherington, Eric A. Finsilver, Charles E. Jr. Forese, Vincent L. Foulois, Kevin G. Foulois, William Gage, Timothy Garnett, Theodore J. Gollsneider, Dennis W. Gustafson, Walter F. Harris, Jerry L. Hearn, Robert Hearn, Thomas L. Hollister, Richard A. Hope, John W. Hoyt, Brian F. Delancy, Michael M. Hull, John R. Johnson, Gaylord Johnson, Michael R. Kountze, Hallett P. Krikscium, James A. LeBlanc, Richard I. MacCarthy, David G. McHan, Wesley D. Jr. McMaster, James B. McMaster, David G. Meeker, John E. Moore, Wayne H. Mulherin, Arthur Nelson, Robert Nielsen, Paul Palmer, Donald J. Pickett, Leo W. III Pickett, Orville E. Ponsalle, Mark I. Putnam, David Quinlan, Thomas F. Jr. Raymunt, James J. Jr. Rinbocchi, Nicholas Sandstrom, Carl Scholar, Steven Shanks, Gary R. Sheldon, Philip J. Jr. Sjonost, John Smith, Peter Sorak, Allan Stewart, Richard P. Swanberg, Harris Jr. Swanson, Gene D. Tompkins, Harold Tompkins, Joseph E. Ullman, Charles Wescott, Donal R. Wilber, Carl D. Williams, Peter L. Williams, Stephen G. Woodruff, Charles T. Woodruff, David A. Woodruff, Jonathan C. Wyant, John G. Zinick, Michael Zumpf, George L. Swanson, Eric M.
Location. 41° 38.448′ N, 73° 19.174′ W. Marker is in Washington Depot, Connecticut, in Litchfield County. Marker is at the intersection of Calhoun Street (Connecticut Route 109) and Bryan Hall Plaza, on the right when traveling south on Calhoun Street. Located in front of Bryan Memorial Town Hall. Touch for map. Marker is in this post office area: Washington Depot CT 06794, United States of America. Touch for directions.
Other nearby markers. At least 8 other markers are within 6 miles of this marker, measured as the crow flies. Washington World War I Memorial (a few steps from this marker); Washington (within shouting distance of this marker); Gunn Memorial Library (approx. 0.8 miles away); A Memorial To The Soldiers Who Served (approx. 2.8 miles away); Roxbury Veterans Monument (approx. 5 miles away); Cadet Charles K. Hodge (approx. 5 miles away); Roxbury (approx. 5.6 miles away); Mine Hill Preserve (approx. 5.7 miles away).
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Credits. This page was last revised on June 16, 2016. This page originally submitted on March 30, 2010, by Michael Herrick of Southbury, Connecticut. This page has been viewed 2,281 times since then and 63 times this year. Photos:   1, 2. submitted on March 30, 2010, by Michael Herrick of Southbury, Connecticut.
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