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Pawcatuck World War I Monument

 
 
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By Michael Herrick, August 26, 2013
1. Pawcatuck World War I Monument
Inscription.
1917   1918
Pawcatuck
Has Not
Forgotten

( left panel )
Our democracy has been tested and the forces of autocracy have been defeated

( right panel )
Loyally did they serve with a consecrated devotion to duty and a will to conquer

( left tablet )
Adams, Edmund • Adams, Irving P. • Arnott, George • Arnott, James • Arnott, John • Arnott, William • Babcock, Bourdon A. • Barker, Fred H., Jr. • Bell, James F. • Bentley, John I. • Berqua, John • Billings, Edward E. • Bliven, Carl • Bliven, Percy E. • Bliven, Walter G. • Bogue, Raymond • * Bourdeau, Joseph • Bricker, Harry M. • Brindley, Hubert • Bromley, Hollis • Brophy, Charles A. • Brophy, John W. • Brown, Albert • Brown, Alzero F. • Brown, William E. • Brown, William J. • Bryant, Joseph W. • Burdick, Charles W. • Burdick, Clarence A. • Burdick, Harold R. • * Burdick, Harry E. • Burdick, Stanton A. • Burdick, Lloyd • Burdick, Vernon • Byers, Elvin B. Card, Charles E. • Castagna, Thomas A. • Champlin, William M. • Cella, Leo L. • Cella, William D. • Chapman, George P. • Chase, Edward • Clark, Arthur • Clark, Charles H. • Clark, Frederick A. • Clark, William H. • Collins, Frank • Collins, Fred • Collins, William • Congelosi, Rosario • Connors, Francis J. • Connors, Joseph E. • Connors, Maurice • Cooper,
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By Michael Herrick, August 26, 2013
2. Pawcatuck World War I Monument
( left panel )
Thomas R. • Crandall, Louis E. • Craven, Joseph, Jr. • Crider, Joseph P. • Crompton, William W. • Cronin, Dennis • Crosby, Alexander • Crosby, Henry H., Jr. • Crumb, E. Merle • Cusack, John E. • Dawley, Roy L. • Deady, Timothy C. • Delaney, John F. • Demars, James R. • Dennehy, John R. • Devaney, Charles • Diedrich, William • Donohue, James A. • Donohue, James F. • Donohue, John J. • Downie, Charles E. • Duggan, Walter J. • Dunn, Phillip G. • Durfee, William H. • Eaton, Fred J. • Ellis, Charles R. • Fallon, John H. • Fishwick, William M. • Fontaine, Albert • Frank, Samuel • Freestone, Robert M. • Galaher, David • Gallagher, John F. • Gallagher, William J. • Gardiner, Charles • Gardiner, Thomas • Gordon, Sol • Greene, Howard A. • Greene, Lewis R. • Grills, Jacob • Grills, Joseph • Haggerty, George • Hall, Dutee J. • Harroca, Joseph • Hartson, Byron A. • Harvey, Charles H. • Harvey, Walter J. • Hemphill, Russell • Higgenbotham, Charles • Higgenbotham, D. Lester • Higgins, Edwin C. • Higgins, Joseph A. • Higgins, William R. • Hillard, Paul N. • Hoag, Clifford • Hodge, Emory S. • * Holdsworth, John W. • Holt, Edward • Howard, James D. • Ibison, Thomas P. • Johnson, William • Johnson, Oscar E. • Jordan, Aloysius J. • Jordan, Andrew R., Jr. • Jordan, Charles F. • Joseph, Louis J. • Keane, James A. • Keegan, Allison • Keegan, Charles L. • Keegan, Michael A. • Kelleher, James • Kelleher,
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By Michael Herrick, August 26, 2013
3. Pawcatuck World War I Monument
( right panel )
Michael C. • Keanard, Henry P. • Kenyon, Benjamin • Kenyon, Harry • Kenyon, M. Elwood • Kenyon, Robert • Kenyon, S. Spicer • Kitchen, John E. • Kitchen, William F. • Knight, Charles E. • Knight, Charles N. • Knott, Archie • Lahn, Abraham • Lahn, David • Lavimoniere, Charles • Lavimoniere, William A. • Law, John B. • Leary, William F. • Lebrecque, Arthur L.
* Died In Service

( right tablet )
Lebrecque, Homer • Ledwith, Charles • Lee, Joseph J. • Leiper, Alexander • Leiper, Thomas • Lenihan, William J. • Leonard, Raymond • Lewis, Brron F. • Lewis, Merton B. Jr. • Lihou, George M. • Linger, Harry H. • Lorello, Nicholas • Lugar, George • Mahoney, Edward J. • Mahoney, James H. • Marr, E. George • Martell, Henry • Mawson, Alvin W. • Maxwell, Clarence • Mayne, Joseph W. • McGowan, William I. • McGowan, Thomas Jr. • McGrath, Arthur • McGuinness, Howard D. • McGuinness, J. Joseph • McKenna, John E. • McMahon, Jeremiah • McShane, John F. • McVeigh, William • Mellow, David • Mellow, Fred • Michele, Giacento • Mills, William • Miner, Elias • Moore, James J. • Moore, Raymond • Moran, Joseph R. • Morey, William • Moriarity, James • Murphy, Everett • Murphy, Michael J. • Murphy, William P. • Nash, Arthur N. • Nelder, Edward • Nelder, Horace • Newton, Charles D. • O’Connell, John A. • O’Connell, Leon • O’Keefe, William J. • O’Neil, Arthur • O’Neil, Arthur E.
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By Michael Herrick, August 26, 2013
4. Pawcatuck World War I Monument
(left tablet )
• O’Neil, Joseph J. • O’Neil, Raymond C. • Orlando, Antonio • Orlando, Joseph • Orlando, Rosario • Oiulette, Anthony • * Ozanne, Joseph A. • Parker, Frank • Parkinson, James • Parkinson, Richard Jr. • Parkinson, Vincent • Pasetti, Columbus • Peabody, T. Edward • Pendleton, Raymond E. • Phillips, William A. Jr. • Purtill, Joseph J. • Ray, Harold • Ray, Charles W. • Rippell, Clarence • * Roberts, Clarence • Roberts, Fred • Robinson, Fred J. • Rock, Alexander • Rugus, Albert E. • * Roode, Carl E. • Roode, Charles J. • Rook, Lawrence E. • Roy, John W. • Rushlow, Joseph O. • Ryan, James E. • Ryan, Thomas J. • Salvatore, Frank • Scialabba, Rosario • Schiller, John A. • Senior, William B. • Shaw, James W. • Shea, Daniel • Shea, D. Gerard • Shea, Harold F. • Shea, James F. • Shea, Jeremiah S. • Shea, Jeremiah T. • Shea, John • Shea, John R. • Shea, Patrick J. • Shea, Richard O’B • Shea, Stephen A. • Shea, Thomas • Shortman, Howard B. • Shortman, Simeon R. • Shugrue, Roger • Simons, Herman R. • Sisson, Ralph • Slaughter, Harold E. • Smith, Clifford • Smith, John E. • Snyder, Ira A. • Stillman, George A. • Stillman, Karl G. • Stockwell, Alfred • Sullivan, Arthur • Sullivan, Daniel • Sullivan, James • Sullivan, John H. • Sullivan, John J. • Sullivan, John L. • Sullivan, John S. • Sullivan, Joseph • Sullivan, M. Joseph • Sullivan, Patrick J. • Sullivan, Thomas F. • Surber, William F. • * Sutcliffe,
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By Michael Herrick, August 26, 2013
5. Pawcatuck World War I Monument
( right tablet )
Harry H. • Sutcliffe, John H. • Tarbox, Edward • Tarbox, Emory • Tarbox, Orrin • Tassell, Carl S. • Terranova, Natale • Thorp, Walter • Tuite, Thomas P. • Twomey, Al. J. • Verry, Harry • Vrountas, Nicholas • Wallwork, John • Wheeler, Edward • Whewell, George • White, Ernest • Whiting, Harold • Wilcox, Byron E. • Williams, James • Wright, John W.
* Died In Service

 
Location. 41° 22.582′ N, 71° 50.568′ W. Marker is in Stonington, Connecticut, in New London County. Marker is at the intersection of South Boad Street (U.S. 1) and Pequot Trail, on the right when traveling south on South Boad Street. Touch for map. Marker is in this post office area: Stonington CT 06378, United States of America.
 
Other nearby markers. At least 8 other markers are within walking distance of this marker. This Site Is Dedicated (approx. 0.6 miles away); USS Pawcatuck Veterans Monument (approx. 0.6 miles away); POW-MIA Memorial (approx. 0.6 miles away); Westerly – Pawcatuck War Memorial (approx. 0.6 miles away in Rhode Island); Pawcatuck River (approx. 0.6 miles away in Rhode Island); First Bridge over Pawcatuck River (approx. 0.6 miles away in Rhode Island); The Shipyard (approx. Ύ mile away in Rhode Island); Westerly Veterans Memorial (approx. 0.8 miles away in Rhode Island). Touch for a list and map of all markers in Stonington.
 
Categories. War, World I
 
United States Navy image. Click for full size.
By Michael Herrick, August 26, 2013
6. United States Navy
( base of the statue - left side )
United States Marine Corps image. Click for full size.
By Michael Herrick, August 26, 2013
7. United States Marine Corps
( base of the statue - right side )
Pawcatuck World War I Monument image. Click for full size.
By Michael Herrick, August 26, 2013
8. Pawcatuck World War I Monument
Pawcatuck World War I Monument image. Click for full size.
By Michael Herrick, August 26, 2013
9. Pawcatuck World War I Monument
 
 
Credits. This page was last revised on June 16, 2016. This page originally submitted on September 15, 2013, by Michael Herrick of Southbury, Connecticut. This page has been viewed 591 times since then and 46 times this year. Photos:   1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9. submitted on September 15, 2013, by Michael Herrick of Southbury, Connecticut.
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