Great Barrington in Berkshire County, Massachusetts — The American Northeast (New England)
Great Barrington World War I Monument
Erected November 11th 1936
By Michael Herrick, August 19, 2012
1. Great Barrington World War I Monument
By the School Children
Of Great Barrington and Housatonic
In Honor of the 359 Men and Women
Who Served Their Country
In the World War.
Abel, Harrison G. Ackerman, Arthur P. Adams, Ernest W. Alcott, Bruce Alcott, Darrell Alcott, Hillard Ambach, Raymond G. Andrews, Harry Arienti, Charles P. Arienti, Henry L. Atwood, Wallace E. Axtell, Edward W. Axtell, Howard C. Bailey, Francis A. Bailly, George A. Bailly, Henry J. Banach, Keonery Barszez, Frank Barnum, Elson Frank Barry, Francis E. Baumann, Thomas E. Bell, Charles R. Bellows, Paul R. Benjamin, Andrew K. Bennett, George Benton, Stanley P. Beridge, John F. Bertoli, Jesse Bertolini, Antonio Besanceney, Eugene Bignal, John Clandis Billings, Harry L. Birdsey, Charles E. Black, Harry H. Bourke, William J. Broderick, Douglas T. Broderick, John P. Broderick, William J. Bronchon, Emile J. Bronchon, Eugene L. * Bronchon, Louis E. Broggio, John Brown, Cleveland C. Brown, George T. Brown, Nelson L. Brown, William J. Buczinski, Sigmund Caligari, Eugene B. Cannon, James H. Carlotto, John Carraher, Francis B. Casey, John E. Cavanaugh, Dr. M.T. Cerati, John L. Church, George Clark, Robert E. Cleary, John M. Cobb, Charles
W. Coleman, Alfred H. Coleman, Hugh H.L. Collins, Sheldon C. * Comstock, F.G.T.J. Comstock, Fred G. Comstock, Glenville Comstock, John P. Condon, Charles Condon, William H. Condry, James C. Connelly, Timothy J. Connelly, William J. Cornell, Fred H. Costello, Ludwig A. Crine, Wallace Cronin, John J. Cronin, Joseph H. Crotty, Charles H. * Crotty, Edward J. Curran, Matthew J. De Bell, John M. DellAva, Eugene De Mouge, Sebn P. Jr. Dewey, William F. Dezak, Wladyslaw Dindinger, John Louis Donovan, John K. Donovan, Russell J. Doon, James Jr. Dovey, William D. Drumm, Earl H. Duncan, Guy C. Dunn, Francis Dunn, Joseph C. Durant, George Church Egan, James Eichorn, Clarence P. Elsden, Robert W. * Evans, George E. Everison, Chris Ey, George C. Faivre, Herman H. Faivre, Louis Faivre, Marcel J. Faivre, William Farr, Joseph Farrell, Thomas J. Ferguson, Raymond M. Perry, William H. Finkle, Ernest M. Foley, James F. 2nd Foster, Karl M. Foster, Paul W. Franklin, William T. French, Charles M. Fuller, Robert D. Gearity, John Genebra, Vivian George, Amen B. Gianesini, John Giddings, Frank E. Jr. Gillette, Newman V. Gillette, Walter F. Goewey, Ralph H. Goodyear, W.V. * Goccia, Alfred Graham, William M. Grant, Harold E. Gregory, Charles N. Grehan, Charles E. Grehan,
By Michael Herrick, August 19, 2012
2. Great Barrington World War I Monument
Daniel Grehan, John Grotti, Anthony C. Hackett, Ives A. Hanna, James David Harlinski, William Harmon, George A. Hatch, Jay A. Hayes, Joseph Benj. Hessler, William F. Hewitt, Clarence N. S. Ferris H. Hicox, Herman * Hines, Patrick J. Hograndleur, Frank Holmes, Charles H. Holmes, John H. Holohan, Edward P. Hopkins, Edward F. Houghtaling, Irving K. Howley, Michael J. Iemolini, Camillo Iemolini, Louis A. Johnson, Henry E. Joyner, Herbert N. Judd, John L. Kastner, Edward Keefner, Benjamin Kelly, Francis J. Kerner, Howard S. Kimberley, Ralph W. Kinne, Horace M. Kinne, W. Earle Kinnell, Alexander Kline, Floyd M. Knight, Cyrus L. Knox, John O.B. Lambert, James A. Lamont, Raymond Lamont, William A. Lane, John E. Lane, Mortimer Lape, Leo W. Larkin, Thomas M. Lawrence, Archibald * Leary, Timothy H. Jr. Leavitt, H.W. Lee, Florence I. Lekas, Peter Lester, Harold G. Ley, Louis A. Lindley, Franklin G. Love, David Luscian, Andrew L. Mackie, Thomas T. Mahar, Edmund T. Mallory, C.T.J. * Malumphy, Edward J. Malumphy, Thomas L. Malumphy, William M. Mancini, Quint Marquis, Marcel Martin, Robert W. Masten, Henry J. Mazur, Adam McComb, Macolm McCormick, Harold McCormick, John E. McCoy, Terence J. McDermott, Chester E. McDermott, John B. McGowan, James W. McGraw, Edward T. McGuire, Henry E. McHugh, Joseph E. McTigue, Michael McTigue, Thomas R. Mead, Edward Mercer, Allen M. Metcalfe, Fred Miascek, Henry Milani, William D. Mitchell, Donald Mitchell, Russell Mizzoni, Marco Mogan, James F. Montague, Richard B. Moore, Lionel R. Mulally, John W. Muller, Louis C. * Murphy, Harold S. Murphy, John E. Murphy, John F. Murphy, Timothy Murray, John J. Murray, William J. New, John C. Nicholas, Charles M. Nielsen, George T. Nocher, Peter Noonan, John T. Norton, Charles p. Norton, Harry j. OBrien, Richard J. * OBrien, Wallace A. OConnor, Dr. A.M. OHara, Charles H. ONeill, Michael J. Osterling, William Palltini, Quinto Palmer, Oliver * Paris, Alfred Parks, Silas H. Paesons, William R. Pautot, Emil Pendergast, Wm. L. Pendlebury, Earl Pendlebury, Theo. G. Peretti, Peter Perry, Lester Peruff, Frank Peters, Dr. John D. Peterson, Clyde Peterson, John M. Pfeiffer, Karl N. Phelps, Arnold C. Sanford W. Pierson, Donald Pixley, Robert H. Poppe, H.F. Powell, Mildred Pratt, Dwight Harold Proper, Myron P. Rathburn, Harry Reed, Alfred S. Reed, Charles Reed, Harry L. Remington, D. Coleman Rewey, Ralph A. Richard, Vincent W. Richards, Edward W. Richards, William H. Riche, Leon L. Riche, Paul J. Richmond, Donald E. Richmond, Howard K. Roche, Almon K. Rohan, James F. Rohan, Joseph Rohan, William J. Ross, Edward Roy, Raymond A. Safaholm, Joseph S. Salzmann, Arthur Schulze, Otto K. Scot, Edward J. Seeley, Harold K. Smith, Jennie A. Smith, Joseph F. Smith, Morton A. Smith, William H. Spencer, William J.B. Stachilek, Stanislaw Stanley, Clarence Stanley, Gilbert Stanley, leonard l. Stanley, William w. Stansbury, Henry g Stephenson, Charles L. Stephenson, Eliz. J. Sterl, Carl W. Stevens, Michell L. Stickles, John L. Stiles, W. Burling St. James, Robert P. St. John, George Edw. St. John, Robert J. Stoddard, Louis G. Story, Harold E. Sullivan, Thomas Supernaugh, Robert J. Sutton, Allan Syskonski, Peter Tanner, Fred Teggi, Thomas L. Thatcher, Carl D. Thompson, Harold Tomcikoski, Antonio Toolin, Thomas F. Trumpfeller, Herb. M. Trumpfeller, Robt Jr. Turner, William A. Van Alstyne, W.G. Van Deusen, Charles A. Van Deusen, George W. Vigezzi, John Viola, John F. Vosburgh, Roy D. Washaleski, Tony Welch, George J. Welch, James T. Welch, John H. Welch, William C. Wells, Roy Wexson, Herman Jr. Whalen, M. Curtin Wheeler, Merritt I. Wheeler, Morgan L. Wheeler, Robert K. Whitcomb, Robert White, Frank Halroyd White, George L. White, Paul C. Wilcox, Everett Winchell, Ellis Wolcott, William B. Woodsick, Daniel Wool, Joseph Wright, David S. Wylie, Alexander Jr. Wylie, James Kerr Zaski, Adolph Zaski, Bruno Zegata, John Zerbato, Angelo V. Zucco, Angelo L.
* Died In Service
By Michael Herrick, August 19, 2012
3. Great Barrington World War I Monument
Erected 1936 by the School Children of Great Barrington and Housatonic.
Location. 42° 11.633′ N, 73° 21.822′ W. Marker is in Great Barrington, Massachusetts, in Berkshire County. Marker is at the intersection of Castle Street and Main Street (U.S. 7), on the right when traveling east on Castle Street. Touch for map. Located next to Great Barrington Town Hall. Marker is at or near this postal address: 334 Main Street, Great Barrington MA 01230, United States of America.
Other nearby markers. At least 8 other markers are within walking distance of this marker. The Mahaiwe Theater (within shouting distance of this marker); Great Barrington Civil War Memorial (within shouting distance of this marker); First Court House of Berkshire County (within shouting distance of this marker); You Stand Free Because They Served (within shouting distance of this marker); W.E. B. Du Bois Birthsite (approx. 0.2 miles away); W.E.B. Du Bois: Champion of Rivers Around the World (approx. Ό mile away); The Niagara Movement (approx. Ό mile away); William Stanley Overlook (approx. 0.3 miles away). Touch for a list and map of all markers in Great Barrington.
Categories. • War, World I •
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