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Rockland County Korea - World War II - Vietnam Monument

 
 
Rockland County Korea - World War II - Vietnam Monument image. Click for full size.
By Michael Herrick, June 24, 2010
1. Rockland County Korea - World War II - Vietnam Monument
Inscription.
[ left plaque ]
Korea
Ablondi, Bruno • Augenblick, Ira • Baker, Philip T. • Brown, Robert A. Caputo, Louis • Cervene, Sam J. • Cook, Jr., Henry Wm. • De Freese, Samuel W. • De Groat, Roland • Duhaime, Louis S. • Freytag, Peter D. • Flotard, Raymond • Herring, William • Hirshberger, Alex • Horn, Charles • Keenan, Gregory • Laydon, Robert • Lucas, William H. • Mackey, John R. • Mc Grath, Edmund • North, Norman P. • Osborne, James • Smith, James N. • Tyrell, Stanley • Van Dunk, William

[ center plaque ]
World War II
Abrams, Robert L. • Allen, Edward • Allison, Walter H. • Amory, Edward • Andrews, John R. • Arrance, Edwin S. • Attena, Louis F. • Avery, William H. • Backelin, Walter • Ballard, Charles • Barnes, John W. • Barrett, Charles W. • Bates, Robert T. • Baumeister, Raymond • Beedon, John W. • Bolford, Charles • Bollinger, J. Newton • Boorman, Stanley H. • Boyajy, Henry • Bradner, Vincent J. • Brown, James • Brown, Sylvester O. Jr. • Bunting, Wilmar C. • Burleigh, Philip T. • Burleigh, Richard C. Jr. • Byrne, John B. • Cameron, Alexander • Cardillo, Joseph P. • Carnochan, Governeur M. • Carnochan, Governeur M. Jr. • Christian, Claude • Clark, George W. • Clark, John H. • Coe, Robert W. • Collins, John H. • Collins, Richard R. • Conklin, Robert C. • Conlon,
Rockland County Korea - World War II - Vietnam Monument Marker image. Click for full size.
By Michael Herrick, June 24, 2010
2. Rockland County Korea - World War II - Vietnam Monument Marker
William H. • Covati, Joseph F. • Cox, Howard L. Jr. • Crandall, William C. • Coyne, William M. • Daniels, Joseph D. • De Bevoise, William E. • Dec, Alexander • Delloro, Joseph A. • De Longis, Vincent • Del Regno, Victor R. • De Patto, Louis A. • Dick, Frederick W. • Dingman, Benny L. • Doane, Paul • Dornburgh, Edmund • Dowd, Robert J. • Drab, Alexander • Drake, James E. • Ducey, John J. • Dunn, Herbert B. • Ealins, Archie • Earl, William S. • Easton, John J. • Edwards, Donald • Edwards, Walter • Elenel, Amsy • Ellis, Melvin T. • Elmendorf, Fred • Fairbairn, Seton H. • Ferracane, Anthony W. • Fournier, Richard E. • Frost, Gerald W. • Galgano, John J. • Galowski, Edward J. Jr. • Gassner, Hugh J. Jr. • Gdula, Andrew • Gere, Edwin E. • Goehring, Valentine J. Jr. • Goswick, Jesse O. • Gotcher, Harold C. • Grant, Wallace E. • Green, Ralph • Greene, Frank A. Jr. • Griffin, Daniel J. • Grosulak, Peter • Hadden, Harold B. • Hague, Raymond F. X. • Halgren, Alex J. • Handelman, Irwin • Haring, Bernard F. • Harrigan, Gerard J. • Harty, Willard • Hecht, Frederick • Heck, Charles • Herdman, Walter L. • Higinson, Vaughn L. D. • Hirsch, David J. • Hoffman, John R. • Hogan, Dennis Jr. • Hoke, William B. • Horn, Robert • Huott, William D. • Hurd, Donald W. • Ingram.Ed L. • Jasinski, Vincent • Johnson, Clayton L. • Johnson, Kenneth E. • Johnson, Kenneth R. • Jones, James • Jones, Louis E. • Jordan,
Rockland County Korea - World War II - Vietnam Monument image. Click for full size.
By Michael Herrick, June 24, 2010
3. Rockland County Korea - World War II - Vietnam Monument
Inn front of this monument is the Rockland County Veterans Monument
Edward H. • Kearsing, Donald R. • Keenan, Richard J. • Keleher, Clarence • Kelley, John J. • Kelley, Leo E. • Kelly, Edward L. • Kerchman, Theodore • Kinsman, William P. • Kleiber, Alfred G. • Klein, John R. • Knight, Howard M. • Kwiecinski, John W. • Lawrence France, T. R. Jr. • Lagois, Fred G. • Lang, James W. • Langer, Peter • Lawrence Polla, Mark O. • Lawless, Vincent G. • Lawrence, George H. • Leonard Clair, Alfred J. • Lee, Francis X. J. • Lee, Ivan R. • Lentz, Robert J. • Lewis, Charles R. • Linguanti, Vincent S. • Lipman, Walter • Lovett, Wendell H. • Mackey, Joseph F. Jr. • Malone, Charles M. • Manghu, Dwight • Maresca, George M. • Marisco, Anthony T. • Mc Candless, C. Jr. • Mc Cullough, Jack R. • Mc Dermott, W. R. Jr. • Mc Guire, Russell E. • Mc Hugh, Russel • Mead, George J. • Melnick, John • Merrick, William E. • Meyer, William A. • Milks, Donald • Miller, Clarence I. • Miller, Robert S. • Misch, Anthony • Mitchell, Herbert • Moran, James T. • Morgan, Norman R. • Morris, Charles B. • Muller, Charles G. • Mulrain, Harry • Nagle, Eugene J. • Nappo, Anthony J. • Newell, Roger V. • Olofson, Eric T. • Ortiz, Robert I. • Osborne, James • Owen, Arthur J. • Paul, Henry C. Jr. • Picariello, R. P. Jr. • Pilgrim, Howard D. • Pinto, George J. • Polhemus, Willis • Prato, Leo J. • Pytlok, Karlo P. • Retz, George J. • Ritchingo, James W. • Roach, Billy Joe • Robbins, Harry E. Jr. • Rose, George E. • Ross, Charles Sr. • Ross, Deane L. • Rotundo, Lawrence J. • Rowan, Ogden W. • Russo, William • Ryder, Donald J. • Samson, Harry • Schnell, Harold • Schwartz, Israel • Scolaro, Peter F. • Seyeller, Guy L. • Shankey, Joseph I. • Shea, Mortimer G. • Shuart, Percy W. • Silberstein, Henry A. Dr. • Simenovsky, Sol • Skerry, William H. • Slater, Clifford F. • Smith, Alexander • Smith, Marvin • Sneden, Arthur P. • Stecz, Joseph M. • Steiner, Emanuel F. • Steiner, Joseph • Stevens, Timothy D. • Stoughton, Homer R. • Sutherland, Thomas A. • Swintek, Walter J. • Tasman, Donald R. • Taylor, Fred M. Jr. • Thompson, George C. • Travitz, Harry • Tucker, Arthur B. • Van Cott, Peter • Van Houten, Homer H. • Velie, Jack W. • Voroniesk, Alexis • Vranisky, Joseph P. • Warner, Charles H. • Weigand, Robert • Wenzel, Charles W. • Wheeler, Crawford Jr. • Wiebicke, Hugo P. • Wilding, George H. II • Williams, Robert E. Jr. • Wilson, Russell A. • Wisner, Emanuel • Wonzel, Charles W. • Wood, Andrew • Wysocki, Joseph B. • Zeller, Robert F. • Zomerowitz, Louis

[ right plaque ]
Vietnam
Ahlmeyer, Heinz Jr • Andrews, Walter E. Jr • Bates, Robert M. • Bauer, Robert E. • Berntsen, Robert • Brooks, Andre M. • Broquist, Stephen A. • Brown, Richard C. • Brush, Richard B. • Burris, Frederick • Conklin, Bernard • Conklin, Joseph P. • Conlin, Peter E. • Daniel, Andrew J. • De Meola, Raymond W. • Dorsey, William T. • Faldermeyer, Harold J. • Garrison, William L. • Gillies, James F. • Hagan, Robert A. Jr • Hartz, Joseph E. • Horton, John M. Jr • Jacaruso, Frank • Kaufman, Harold J. • Keith, Kenneth A. • Kernan, Michael R. • Kile, John T. • Krashes, Harold D. • Lifrieri, Paul J. • Margro, James A. • Morina, Anthony J. • Muntz, Gerald D. • McGovern, Michael D. • Natale, Patrick H. • Parker, James E. • Paquin, Paul E. Jr • Rakentine, Kenneth C. • Rose, Lawrence O. • Schettig, Robert S. • Shellito, Walter C. • Spruill, James P. • Stonehouse, Alfred L. • Trojahn, Darrell C. • Turner, William R. Jr • Witzel, Robert C. • Woodrum, John J.
 
Location. 41° 8.819′ N, 73° 59.409′ W. Marker is in New City, New York, in Rockland County. Marker is at the intersection of South Main Street (County Route 29) and Congers Road, on the right when traveling south on South Main Street. Touch for map. Located in front of the Rockland County Court House. Marker is at or near this postal address: 1 South Main Street, New City NY 10956, United States of America.
 
Other nearby markers. At least 8 other markers are within 2 miles of this marker, measured as the crow flies. Rockland County Veterans Monument (here, next to this marker); Rockland County Law Enforcement Memorial (within shouting distance of this marker); Rockland County Court House (within shouting distance of this marker); In Grateful Recognition (within shouting distance of this marker); New City World War I Monument (within shouting distance of this marker); Collyer Farm Pond and New City Park (approx. 0.8 miles away); Martinus Hogenkamp Cemetery (approx. 0.9 miles away); Jacob Blauvelt House (approx. 1.7 miles away). Touch for a list and map of all markers in New City.
 
Categories. War, KoreanWar, VietnamWar, World II
 
 
Credits. This page was last revised on June 16, 2016. This page originally submitted on July 2, 2010, by Michael Herrick of Southbury, Connecticut. This page has been viewed 1,946 times since then and 60 times this year. Photos:   1, 2, 3. submitted on July 2, 2010, by Michael Herrick of Southbury, Connecticut.
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