Michigan City in LaPorte County, Indiana — The American Midwest (Great Lakes)
St. Mary's Parish World War I Memorial and Honor Roll
In Piam Memoriam
Erected to the greater glory
And in memory of these four
young men of St. Mary's Parish
who made the supreme sacrifice
of their lives for God and Country
Benno Timm Paul Darron Clement Osos John Knoll
And in honor of all those from this
parish who in the army and navy
served their country in the Great War
ending November the 11th, 1918
Auspice K. of C.
Council No. 837
By St. Mary's Parish
Rev. A.M. Ellering
(Left Side Panel)
Honor Roll of St. Mary's Parish
Rev. S.J. Ryder - U.S.A. Chaplain
Adrian, Valerry - U.S.A. Ake, Leo - U.S.A. Allen, Frank - U.S.A. Badur, Edward - U.S.A. Block, Frank - U.S.A. Block, George - U.S.A. Block, John - U.S.A. Buckley, James - U.S.A. Bukowski, Lawrence - U.S.A. Burkett, George - U.S.A. Cassidy, Hugh - U.S.A. Christner, Edward - U.S.N. Christner, Richard - U.S.A. Conboy, John - U.S.N. Cooney, Edward - U.S.A. Cush, Stanley - U.S.N. Dant, Bernard - U.S.A. Dant, Joseph - U.S.A. Darron, Victor - U.S.A. Doherty, Edward - U.S.A. Doherty, Kevin - U.S.A. Donnelly, Robert - U.S.N. Draeger, Aloysius
(Right Side Panel)
McCrory, Charles - U.S.A. McCrory, Louis - U.S.A. McGonagal, Jerry - U.S.A. McLaughlin, Joseph - U.S.A. Melinsky, Joseph - U.S.A. Michaely, Leo - U.S.A. Miller, Edward - U.S.A. Morrison, Leo - U.S.A. Mullen, T.C. - U.S.A. Mutch, Lawrence - U.S.A. Martin, Edward - U.S.A. Martin, Frank - U.S.A. Nespo, Frank - U.S.A. Novitzke, Leo - U.S.A. Obringer, Lawrence - U.S.N. Oliger, Frank - U.S.N. Oliger, Ulysses - U.S.N. Osos, Aloysius - U.S.A. Osos, Paul - U.S.N. Pahs, August - U.S.N. Pahs, Stephen - U.S.A. Pacholke, Leo - U.S.A. Pawelski, Joseph - U.S.A. Pasorske, Clarence - U.S.N. Pizarek, Alexander - U.S.A. Phalen, Joseph - U.S.A. Phillips, Walter - U.S.A. Phillips, William - U.S.N. Radtke, Joseph - U.S.A. Rank, George - U.S.A. Renkawitz, Anthony - U.S.A. Renkawitz, Frank - U.S.A. Reiser, Frank - U.S.A. Reiser, George - U.S.A. Riechel, Julius - U.S.A. Riley, Francis - U.S.A. Riley, Herbert - U.S.A. Retseck, Henry - U.S.A. Retseck, Walter - U.S.A. Robowske, Frank - U.S.N Ryan, John - U.S.A. Ryan, Cornelius - U.S.A. Savinske, George - U.S.N. Schmidt, Philip - U.S.N. Schaeth, Roman - U.S.N. Seimetz, Leo - U.S.A. Seimetz, Henry - U.S.A. Seitz, Leo - U.S.A. Smutzler, Louis - U.S.A. Spang, Frank - U.S.A. Sullivan, John - U.S.A. Timm, Walter - U.S.A. Trunk,
K. Of C. Secretaries
Krueger, Rudolph McCormack, James Michaely, George
Fogarty, Mary Flo - Navy
Conboy, Mary - Army Nurse
Kennedy, Alice - Army Nurse
Mulqueen, Alexina - Ordn. Dep.
Erected by Knight's of Columbus and St. Mary's Parish.
Location. 41° 42.64′ N, 86° 54.232′ W. Marker is in Michigan City, Indiana, in LaPorte County. Marker can be reached from the intersection of W. 10th Street and Buffalo Street, on the right when traveling east. Touch for map. Marker is located next to the St. Mary of the Immaculate Conception Church. Marker is at or near this postal address: 411 W. 11th Street, Michigan City IN 46360, United States of America.
Other nearby markers. At least 8 other markers are within walking distance of this marker. Barker Civic Center (approx. 0.3 miles away); First Log Cabin in Michigan City (approx. half a mile away); Michigan Road (approx. 0.6 miles away); Michigan City Civil War Memorial The Lincoln Funeral Train (approx. 0.7 miles away); Michigan City GAR Memorial (approx. 0.9 miles away); Michigan City Spanish War Veterans Memorial (approx. 0.9 miles away); Michigan City Lighthouse (approx. 0.9 miles away). Touch for a list and map of all markers in Michigan City.
More about this marker. On the front base is inscribed Matthews 14:23: "Come to me all you that labor and are heavy laden and I will refresh you".
Categories. • War, World I •
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