World War II Memorial
Dedicated to the enduring memory of those of this community who gave their lives in World War II that we might achieve and cherish a just and lasting peace among ourselves and with all nations.
W. Kirk Baynard, Ralph H. Bennett, E. Clayton Boggs, Alice L. Brittingham, George H. Bullock, Robert J. Burger, Edward S. Collins, John N. Compton, Jr., Julian A. Courtney, Oscar B. Dean, Louis A. Drexler, Jr., William C. Fox, Melvin A. Geiger, Thomas M. Gooden, III, William D. Hamilton, John A. Harter, Granville B. Hoey, John S. Hurley, William J. Hutson, Walter F. Johnson, Charles W. Jones, Burton N. Jost, Charles L. Maloney, Roland J. Marvel, H. Earl Massey, William J. McLoughry, Joseph F. Meyers, Carroll F. Norris, Jr., William E. Paskinns, Ralph O. Patterson, William E. Pennewill, Edward Pikus, Richard E. Prendergast, Edward W. Ruyter, Samuel Scott, Jr., William Scott, Nicholas L. Semans, Warren H. SHeppard, Elmer T. Short, Harry W. Spence, James I. Taylor, Gilbert B. Willis, Richard Wilcutts, Josiah O. Wolcott, Jr.
Erected 1949 by Dover Post, Delaware Veterans of World War II.
Location. 39° 9.51′ N, 75° 31.467′ W. Marker is in Dover, Delaware, in Kent County. Marker is
Other nearby markers. At least 8 other markers are within walking distance of this marker. Pearl Harbor Survivors Association, Inc. (here, next to this marker); Wesley United Methodist Church (about 300 feet away, measured in a direct line); The Capitol Theater (about 400 feet away); Bishop Richard Allen (about 500 feet away); Richardson and Robbins Complex (about 700 feet away); The Golden Fleece Tavern (about 700 feet away); In the Council Chamber of Elizabeth Battell's Golden Fleece Tavern (about 700 feet away); Ridgely House (about 700 feet away). Touch for a list and map of all markers in Dover.
Categories. • Patriots & Patriotism • War, World II •
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