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W. W. II War Memorial - Livingston County Illinois

 
 
Stone Marker - - W. W. II War Memorial - Livingston County Illinois image. Click for full size.
By Al Wolf, April 10, 2010
1. Stone Marker - - W. W. II War Memorial - Livingston County Illinois
(Click on any of these photos to see the details.)
Inscription.

Etched in Stone

In memory of those men and women of Livingston County who served in
World War II
1941 - 1945


Bronze Marker

1941 – 1945
To the eternal memory of the men
of Livingston County
Global War
Freedoms - Liberty - American Way


Row One

Wilmer E. Aellic • Marion L. Asa • William Askew • Robert Bach • Henry L. Baldauf • Kenneth E. Bayston • Henry D. Bentz • Robert E. Beutke • Ervin M. Bickwermert • Allwin Birkner • Joseph L. Bouhl • Jack L. Boyer • Larry T. Bradshaw, Jr. • Paul Leo Branz • John D. Broleen • Melvin E. Brown • James Bryant • Wayne G. Buffinger • C. Marshall Bush • Melvin Bushman • James F. Cahill • James B. Call • Joseph J. Canale • Ray M. Carder • John L. Carter • Robert E. Cassady • Laurence E. Chadd • Ray Chapple • Harald J. Christopher • Phillip V. Cleary • Leonard C. Cohenour • Lloyd F. Cooper • Ivan L. Crawford • Delbert F. Crews • Lovell D. Curtis • Dale V. Dalton • Milton E. Davis • Ellis H. Davison • David G. Deans • Wilbur Derossett • Arthur Drach • William Durham • Earl W. Eagle • Robert Elliott • Harold H. Fales • John L. Ferguson • Ralph Fieldman • Eldon C. Frobish • Francis O. Hakes • Leslie O. Hanson

Row Two

William
Bronze Marker - - W. W. II War Memorial - Livingston County Illinois image. Click for full size.
By Al Wolf, April 10, 2010
2. Bronze Marker - - W. W. II War Memorial - Livingston County Illinois
Between this bronze marker and the stone marker is a tall flag pole which is easily seen. The stone marker faces the street with the bronze marker behind it facing the courthouse.
P. Harris • Craig J. Harwood, Jr. • Enoch H. Heath, Jr. • Edward B. Heidenrich • Merville E. Helle • Virgil D. Hepperly • Everett P. Hilgert • Lyle F. Highland • Kenneth Hodgson • Charles R. Holloway • Frank H. Hulbert • Earl H. Huling • Jerome J. Hummel • Clifton Hurt • Leslie M. Irvin • William H. Jackson • William R. Jarvis • Gilbert P. Johnson • Glenn L. Johnson • Robert G. Kesslar • Fred E. Keup • Leonard G. Kiger • James C. Kingery • Gerhardt M. Kjolhede • Clifford C. Korlaske • Donald J. Kueffner • Herbert W. Kutz • Virgil O. Lambert • Forrest E. Landsmann • Howard H. Lang • Leo J. Malone • Carl C. Marconi • Nicholas Marconi • Harold Marker • Edwin G. Masching • Everett Masters • Virgil Mattox, Jr. • Eldon A. Mau • Ernest G. McCabe • Howard l. Meir • George E. Millor • Wayne O. Mitchell • Scott L. Monday • Robert H. Morris • John J. Morton • Herman L. Moser • Delmar W. Mott • Donald Murphy • Walter A. Musselman • Ernest Nellinger • Paul T. Zorn

Row Three

William Nolan • Herman Oberholtzer • James G. Paris • Robert E. Paternoster • Jacob Peter • Richard B. Pierce • Homer W. Piercy • Cecil J. Reinmann • Cyril L. Rieck • William Riordan • Thomas D. Robbins • Louis Romanotto • Glenn W. Rosenboom • Charles R. Rudd • Victor E. Rush • Carl A. Schertz • Melvin H. Schneider • Fred L. Schreckenberg • James E. Schulz • Donald G. Schwarzwalder • George
Looking South/West - - W. W. II War Memorial - Livingston County Illinois Marker image. Click for full size.
By Al Wolf, April 10, 2010
3. Looking South/West - - W. W. II War Memorial - Livingston County Illinois Marker
Scott • Ervin E. Seggerman • Wayne Robert Shambrook • John C. Shepherd • Charles W. Shoop • John L. Singer • Donald L. Sodini • Edward Soule • Fred L. Spaniol • Arthur F. Spires, Jr. • Kenneth L. Stahl • Francis L. Stephenson • Bennie A. Stevens • Edmond J. Stuckey • Clarence Tammen • John G. Tammen • Otis V. Travis • Bernie Underwood • Harold F. Watts • Robert E. Weber • Ross W. Weber • Everett A. Weeks, Jr. • Charles L. Welch • Wilbert Welch • Burrell Whately • Robert L. Whately • John H. Whelan • Ben A. Wiechmann • Thomas D. Wiemken • Steve W. Zappa
 
Location. 40° 52.781′ N, 88° 37.772′ W. Marker is in Pontiac, Illinois, in Livingston County. Marker is on North Mill Street north of West Washington Street, on the right when traveling north. Touch for map. This marker is located on the west lawn of the Livingston County Courthouse. Marker is in this post office area: Pontiac IL 61764, United States of America.
 
Other nearby markers. At least 8 other markers are within walking distance of this marker. W. W. I War Memorial - Livingston County Illinois (here, next to this marker); Desert Storm - War Memorial (within shouting distance of this marker); County Seat Almost Moved (within shouting distance of this marker); Livingston County War Memorial
Looking East - - W. W. II War Memorial - Livingston County Illinois Marker image. Click for full size.
By Al Wolf, April 10, 2010
4. Looking East - - W. W. II War Memorial - Livingston County Illinois Marker
(within shouting distance of this marker); Pontiac (within shouting distance of this marker); Civil War Memorial - Livingston County Illinois (about 300 feet away, measured in a direct line); Riverbank Debate (about 500 feet away); Lincoln Slept Here (about 500 feet away). Touch for a list and map of all markers in Pontiac.
 
Categories. War, World II
 
East Side - - Livingston County Courthouse - Pontiac, Illinois image. Click for full size.
By Al Wolf, April 10, 2010
5. East Side - - Livingston County Courthouse - Pontiac, Illinois
 
 
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