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Medford World War II Memorial

 
 
Medford World War II Marker image. Click for full size.
By Bill Coughlin, July 17, 2011
1. Medford World War II Marker
Inscription.
Erected by Medford Township in honor of the
men and women who served their country
1941           in World War II           1945

Abate, Canio • Abate, Leonard. • Adams, David S. • Adams, Gene L. • Adkins, William • * Allen, Hazelton, W. • Anderson, Raymond H. • Atkinson, Clifford • Baessler, Paul • Baessler, Frank • Bakley, Marvin • Ballinger, Everett • * Barnes, Elmer • Barnes, Harry B. • Barrett, Doris • Barrett, Frank • Betts, Richard, W. M. D. • Bingemann, Karl G. J. Jr. • Birch, Russell • Bowker, George • Braddock, Allan J. • Braddock, C. Earl • Brannin, Claude S Jr. • Brannin, Claude S Sr. • Brannin, Clinton G. • Brannin, Lorain H. • Brooks, Conley • Brooks, Marvin R. • Brown, Harry • Brown, Charles W. • Brown, James • Brown, Florence • Buccialia, Roland • Buccialia, Anna W. • Bunning, Maurice E. • Bunning, Raymond B. • Bunning, Melvin H. • Burroughs, Thomas J. • Butler, Arthur E. • Callahan, William • Cargile, Charles S. • Cargile, Howell K. • Carol, Eugene B. • Carson, Robert W. • Carter, Lewis A. • Chestnut, George L. • Chestnut, Robert • Clark, Charles H. • Claypool, Walter L. • Clevenger, George W. • Clevenger, Leon C. • Cline, Lynn W. • Coffman, Dalton R. • * Cornelius, Edwin K. • Cornelius, Robert S. • * Cornelius, Theodore T. • Cosaboom, Clyde • Cosaboom, Merle • Bosaboom, Wilson • Cosaboom, Marvin •
Medford World War I & II Memorials image. Click for full size.
By Bill Coughlin, July 17, 2011
2. Medford World War I & II Memorials
Cotton, William • Crain, Joseph Conard • Danley, Samuel N. • Davidson, William L. • * Davis, Raymond A. • DeCamp, Daniel • DeLong, Norman R. Jr. • DeLong, Robert B. • DeMore, James L. • DeMore, Kenneth • DeMore, William A. • * DeMore, Thomas • Dickson, Leonard E. • Dilks, Hazelton • Dixon, Joseph L. • Dixon, Milton H. • Dixon, Theodore M. • Dougherty, Edwin • Dougherty, John • Drayton, Samuel • Dyer, William B. Jr. • Eastlick, Vinton T. • Ellis, S. Woodrow • Ellis, J. Ira • Ellis, A. Franklin • Ellis, D. Martin • Ellis, Harold L. • Ellis, Russell O. • Ellis, Samuel N. • Evans, Edward S. • Evans, George F. • Evans, Joseph K. Jr. • Evans, Lester Stone • Evans, Ralph E. • Foulk, E. John • Freas, George • Freas, Arnold D. Jr. • Gager, Elmer T. • Gager, Mancil R. • * Gager, Paul A. • Gager, Ray G. • Gager, Sinclair H. • Garwood, Donald W. • Gaskill, Franklin C. • Gaskill, Edward D. • Gaskill, Arthur R. • Gaskill, Warren F. • Geary, Bertram • Gedson, William • Gentile, Albert • Gentile, Antonio • Gentile, Charles • Gentile, James R. • Gerber, Alice • Gerber, George E. • Gerber, Ross • Giberson, Jay • Gower, Paul • Gower, Robert • Grandzol, Walter S. • Grant, Wilson E. • Grear, William T. • Gregal, Thomas • Gregorio, John • Gross, Harold • Haines, John W. • * Haines, Warren R. • Hallick, Fred • Halloway, George • Halloway, Roy • Harris, Wilbert • * Hart, Raymond M. • Higginbotham, Earl
Medford World War II Memorial Marker image. Click for full size.
By Bill Coughlin, July 17, 2011
3. Medford World War II Memorial Marker
The Medford World War II Memorial is seen here on the right along with memorials to World War I (center), Korea (left) and Vietnam (foreground).
• Himmelein, James • Hinchman, Ralph • Hinchman, Samuel • Hinchman, Ellis • Homan, John B. • Homan, Alfred J. • Horsfield, Derrick • Hutchinson, Marcus • * Iannuzzi, Arthur • Iannuzzi, William • Iannuzzi, Nicholas • Ingling, Eber D. • Jennings, Charles T. • Jennings, Edward C.M.D. • Johnson, F. Burtis • Johnson, Isaac B. • King, Harvey • Kirby, C. Engle • Kirby, Paul • Kotula, Charles • Kraus, Henry J. • Kreely, Theodore • Kumple, Joseph • Larsen, Carter L. • Lattiere, Gilbert J. • * Lippincott, Robert S. • Loeffler, Edward Jr. • Louby, Horace A. • Lurty, Elmer F. • Lurty, Harvey • Lurty, Walter • Lynch, Pauline • Major, Joseph E. Jr. • Marles, Claire T. • Marles, Wilbur S. • Mayer, Michael J. • McElwes, David • McElwes, Carlton • Meeks, Howard J. • Merefield, Leon A. • Milich, Benjamin • Miller, William B. • Milligan, Edward C. • Mingin, George W. • Miraglia, Louis • Misner, Earl • Misner, Henry • Montgomery, Robert C. • Mortimer, Leslie A. • Newman, John • Newman, Roger L. • Oatman, Amos C. • O’Neal, Virgil M. • Parker, Harry F. • Parker, Charles N. • Parks, James • Parks, Lloyd • Parks, Paul • Parks, Joseph H. • Parry, Stanton C. Jr. • Phelps, Altha P. • Phiefer, Clifford F. • Phiefer, Roland • Piechtelberger, John • Pinkerton, Frank H. • Pinkerton, Lee • Piper, John H. • Piper, Joseph H. • Piper, Gertrude • Platt, Ell • Powell, Allen J. • Powell, Leroy L. • Powell, Russell
Medford War Memorials image. Click for full size.
By Bill Coughlin, July 17, 2011
4. Medford War Memorials
H. • Price, Lewis L. • Prickitt, Clifton I. • Prickett, Earl • Prickett, Morris R. • Ranoldo, Sosti • Reeve, Charles H. • Register, William C. • Reily, F. Ernest • Ridgeway, Samuel • Robinson, William F. • Rockhill, Horace • Rockhill, Wilbert • Rockhill, Harold • Romer, Emma • Ross, Stephen J. Jr. • Sapp, Elmer L. • Sapp, Raymond E. • Sapp, Russell A. • Scott, Ellis • Scroggery, Elwin H. • Segala, Henry • Seward, Charles H. • Sharp, Lewis H. • * Shemelia, Joseph W. Jr. • Shontz, George W. • Shover, Arthur S. • Shover, John Jr. • Shover, Lawrence • Shover, Charles R. • Shover, Clarence R. • Shover, Robert K. • Sidebottom, Arthur • Simpkins, James H. • Simpkins, Leroy • Singer, Donald M. • Singer, William M. • Small, Edward L. • Smith, William • Smith, Stanley C. • Smith, Robert • Smyth, Benjamin Jr. • Smyth, Claude • Smyth, George M. • Snellbaker, Albert T. • Sorino, Attilio • Souders, William E. • Sperling, Benjamin B. • Sperling, Charles • Stackhouse, Paul B. • Stanger, Lawrence E. • Stewart, Lawrence H. • Stewart, Norman • Stewart, Sarah A. • Stoops, Edward • Stoops, John • Stoops, George S. • Tedesco, Carmine • Tedesco, Dominic • Tedesco, Frank • Throop, James L. • Throop, Hervey Z. • Vogt, Arthur W. • Vogt, William C. • Wagner, Benjamin • Wagner, John G. • Ware, Everett R. • Warner, Edmund G. • Warner, William R. • Watts, James A. • Webb, Joseph A. • Webb, Leon • Wells, Floyd A. • Wells, Theodore B. • Wells, William E. • Wells, Murrell M. • Wescott, Donald A. • Whitcraft, William E. • White, Robert E. • Wickward, Earl F. • Wilkins, Charles • Wilkins, Alex • Wilkinson, Lee O. • Willitts, Charles V. • Willitts, James • Willitts, Joseph • Wilson, Herbert • Wilson, Woodrow • Woodhull, Richard • Worrell, Franklin • * Worrell, Preston R. • Wright, John L. • Wright, Frances M. • Yates, Charles • Yates, Arthur • Yates, Stanley W. • Yates, William A. • Yowa, John • Yowa, Frank • Zelly, Byron W. • Zimmerman, Milton • * (Deceased)

 
Erected by Medford Township.
 
Location. 39° 53.941′ N, 74° 49.403′ W. Marker is in Medford, New Jersey, in Burlington County. Marker is on S Main Street, on the right when traveling north. Touch for map. Marker is in this post office area: Medford NJ 08055, United States of America.
 
Other nearby markers. At least 8 other markers are within walking distance of this marker. Medford World War I Memorial (here, next to this marker); Medford Vietnam Memorial (here, next to this marker); Medford Korean War Memorial (here, next to this marker); Nine South Main Street (a few steps from this marker); First House on Bank Street (about 300 feet away, measured in a direct line); Friends Meeting (about 400 feet away); Riley / Garwood House (about 500 feet away); Main Street Meeting House (about 500 feet away). Touch for a list and map of all markers in Medford.
 
Categories. War, World II
 
 
Credits. This page was last revised on June 16, 2016. This page originally submitted on July 27, 2011, by Bill Coughlin of North Arlington, New Jersey. This page has been viewed 1,013 times since then and 37 times this year. Photos:   1, 2, 3, 4. submitted on July 27, 2011, by Bill Coughlin of North Arlington, New Jersey.
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