New Haven in New Haven County, Connecticut — The American Northeast (New England)
New Haven Memorial Flagpole
[ battle names inscribed on the marble base ]
Chemin-Des Dames Aisne Seichpry St-Mihiel Chateau-Thierry Verdun Meuse-Argonne Marne
[ plaque 1 ]
Her Heroic Sons
Who Fell in The Service of Their Country
1917 – 1918
The City of New Haven
Erects This Staff
[ plaque 2 ]
John Amato Frank Anzalo Frederick Ashford John Russell Baker Frederick T. Barnes Harry D. Bartlett Joseph Emmet Beauton Elmer J. Bennett Elwood G. Berger George J. Bernstein Joseph N. Bews Harris Blumberg John N. Bohan Herman St. John Bolt Jr Jonathan Boswell Donald C. Bothwell Walter I. Boylan Joseph P. Braden Fred James Bradford William J. Bradley Philip J. Brady Vincenzo Brandolini Denis Breen John J. Brennan John J. Brereton Albert A. Brewster Robert L. Brode Robert J. Bruce Charles T. Buckley Paul Buokiner James L. Burns Frank Burro Louis W. Bush John M. Broder Richard P. Butler William J. Butterfield
[ plaque 3 ]
Daniel F. Calahan Edward J. Cantwell Michael Cappiello Alfonso Capuccio Angelo Carbonelli George F. Card Joseph P. Carroll Angelo Camallero Luigi Cerulo Earle H. Chamberlain Max Chernin Walling
[ plaque 4 ]
Henry P. Dippoud Alfred Dohna Eugene J. Donahue George D. Dole Joseph C. Donahue George Conrad Dosch Russell Drury Charles E. Duffy Leonard E. Erickson Daniel J. Falvey Bernard Farrell Charles F. Farrell Paul R. Farrell Harry Fast John D. Fitzpatrick Jr Adam Florian Amedeo Fiorillo Christopher T. Flaherty Thomas F. Flannery Irene M. Flynn John J. Foley Matthew J. Foley Edward L. Ford Allen G. Foster Horace Foulds Thomas Fox Joseph Francis Arthur Franz George C. Freeland Frank X. Freitag Raymond D. Friend Harry K. Gallimer William F. Gehrke George J. Geleneau Giuseppe Gianotti Angelo Giamarco James L. Goggins Victor F. Goodwin Frank P. Gordon
[ plaque 5 ]
Edward D. Gray George Gritzbach William Gruettke Leon L. Gunn James A. Hackett Roger Hackett E. Carleton Hale Frederick A. Hall
[ plaque 6 ]
Edwin J. Langan Walter Edward Lawrence Jr Burton M. Lee John T. Lee Charles E. Leigh William F. Leonard John E. Lilley Clarence Nelson Lucas Eric F. Lund Justin McAviney James T. McCabe William McClusky John F. McDermott John McGowan Thomas H. McGrath Joseph P. McNulty Michael J. McNerney William M. MacArthur John C. Martino Michael Mayo William N. Meickle Jr Frank Mendillo John Julian Merwin Thomas J. Merwin Alexander Midas Alfonso Milone Robert E. Mitchell Bernard T. Molampy Helen A. Moakley Thomas Mooney George R. Morgan Thomas J. Moriarty Terrence Mullen William J. Murray George E. Mylott
[ plaque 7 ]
Nicholas W. Neery Frank A. Nettleton John J. Newman Salvatore Norgi Robert
[ plaque 8 ]
Chester Simmons Arthur L. Socia Wilfred C. St. Germain Thomas J. Sproul Kider Starita William A. Stratton Christian Streit Paul Sherman Strickland John J. Sullivan Jeremiah H. Russell Sullivan Michael J. Sullivan Thomas F. Sullivan Albert M. Swanson Paul A. Swanson William Tate Nathan Teitelman Thomas A. Thompson Clyde Thompson Lester H. Thompson William George Tinker Henry J. Toole Alfonso Tramontano John F. Trumbull Philip E. Tuttle Robert M. Upson John J. Vaughan Joseph Verderamo Frank C. Vinoski Salvatore Virgilio Raymond A. Walker Thomas J. Walpole Jr William F. Walpole Stephen R. Warner Ira C. Watkins Ruel Edward
Erected 1928 by the City of New Haven.
Location. 41° 18.437′ N, 72° 55.542′ W. Marker is in New Haven, Connecticut, in New Haven County. Marker is on Church Street near Court Street, on the left when traveling north. Touch for map. Located in the center of the New Haven Green. Marker is in this post office area: New Haven CT 06510, United States of America.
Other nearby markers. At least 8 other markers are within walking distance of this marker. New Haven (within shouting distance of this marker); New Haven Green (within shouting distance of this marker); New Haven Water Company (within shouting distance of this marker); Renovation of the New Haven Green (within shouting distance of this marker); Quinnipiack (about 300 feet away, measured in a direct line); First Meeting House (about 300 feet away); “Make Us Free” (about 300 feet away); Col Edward Whalley (about 400 feet away). Touch for a list and map of all markers in New Haven.
Categories. • War, World I •
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