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Middlefield-Rockfall World War II and Korean Conflict Monument

 
 
Middlefield-Rockfall World War II and Korean Conflict Monument image. Click for full size.
By Michael Herrick, May 18, 2016
1. Middlefield-Rockfall World War II and Korean Conflict Monument
Inscription.
Dedicated to the Men and Women of the Community of Middlefield-Rockfall
Who Devotedly Served Their Country in World War II and the Korean Conflict
Applegate, George H. Jr. Arabasz, John Arabasz, Joseph Arabasz, Stephen Augeri, Frank Barrett, Raymond A. Bascom, Eli F. Jr. Bascom, Robert J. Bauer, Philip G. Beckley, Edward W. Birdsey, Edward G. Bochinski, Edward Borenski, Raymond Borenski, Theophilus A. Brazos, Rockwell Brown, Alan B. Brown, Malcolm Brown, Robert W. Bugai, Peter J. Burnham, John L. Carter, Robert G. Cartwright, Wallace Cekala, Joseph Cichocki, John J. Cichocki, Walter J. Cichon, Adam Cichon, Anthony Cichon, Frank Cichon, John Cichon, Paul Cichon, Peter J. Clark, Wilbur A. Coleman, Alec Conlon, Frank N. Jr. Cook, Thomas J. Jr. Corona, Robert F. Crandall, Henry H. Crandall, Hilson, M. Chase, Ralph W. Jr. Czapiga, Anton F. Czapiga, John M. Czaja, Anthony Day, Robert M. Drega, Francis S. Drega, John E. Drega, Stanley F. Dubois, Joseph G. Dudek, Herman W. Fazzino, Angelo Formica, Nicholas S. Fowler, James H. Fowler, Lester D. Jr. Fuchko, Victor Gay, Ralph B. Geffkin, George H. Geffkin, Robert W. Geffkin, Viola Gomas, James J. Grace, Raymond L. Habersang, Raymond F. Hahn, Edward R. Handley,
Middlefield-Rockfall World War II and Korean Conflict Monument image. Click for full size.
By Michael Herrick, May 18, 2016
2. Middlefield-Rockfall World War II and Korean Conflict Monument
Harold J. Harris, Frank N. Harris, Frederick C. Hartt, Lewis W. Henry, William F. Herman, Fred A. Jr. Holt, Warren E. Hubbard, Warren P. Isaacson, Carl R. Isaacson, Theodore Jagoda, Adolph J. Jagoda, Bernard L. Jagoda, Edward D. Jagoda, Frank Jagoda, Joseph Galgowski, Anna Jarzabek, Felix J. Jarzabek, John J. Jarzabek, Walter J. Jones, Charles E. Jr. Kaczenski, Stanley H. Kavanaugh, G. Melvin Kleczkowski, Albin J. Kleczkowski, Bruno F. Kleczkowski, John T. Kleczkowski, Stanley C. Kleczkowski, Steven Z. Klich, Karol Klich, Edward M. Kokoszaka, Anthony E. Kokoszakabronislaw S. Kokoszaka, Eugene Kokoszaka, Frank J. Kokoszaka, John F. Kokoszaka, Joseph J. Kokoszaka, Leopold C. Kokoszaka, Stanley J. Kokoszaka, Waleryan J. Konefal, Andrew J. Konefal, Anthony L. Konefal, Frank Konefal, Joseph W. Konefal, Lucas J. Konefal, Martin F. Konefal, Stanley L. Konefal, Vincent Konefal, Walter J. Kowalski, Stanley F. Kujawski, Louis J. Lassen, Kenneth E. Layman, Denton S. Levis, Simon S. Jr. Link, Harry G. Lyman, Henry H. Jr. Lyman, John Jr. Lyman, Richard C. Lyman, Robert I. Makuch, Andrew W. Makuch, Edward J. Makuch, Joseph Makuch, Louis Makuch, Stanley T. Malcolm, Robert W. Mason, Robert O. Milber, Fred G. Miller, Arthur R. Milvilie, Roland J. Monthel, Alvin T.
Middlefield Veterans Monuments image. Click for full size.
By Michael Herrick, May 18, 2016
3. Middlefield Veterans Monuments
The World War II and Korean Conflict Monument is behind the flag pole.
Monthel, Gustaf E. Morrissey, William D. Mousch, Albert F. Mrozowski, Chester J. Mrozowski, Peter V. Mysling, John J. Ogorzalek, Bernard S. Ogorzalek, John E. Parmalee, Alan S. Parmalee, Donald Parmalee, Robert Pasieka, Joseph A. Passinese, Salvatore Pawelczak, Joseph Pehota, Francis A. Pehota, Thomas J. Pendleton, Theron L. Pendleton, Warren H. Pequol, Edward S. Piantek, Joseph E. Piantek, Walter L. Prue, Charles V. Oppelt, Gordon J. Prue, Donald Prue, Leonard Prue, Nelson A. Prue, Thomas G. Ruffino, Salvatore E. Robinson, David H. Samolek, John Samolek, Walter Schafrick, George E. Sibley, John D. Sienkiewicz, Walter J. Smigiel, John S. Smigiel, Stanley S. Smigiel, Walter P. Socha, Andrew Sokoloski, Stanley F. Steffman, Joseph R. Stevens, Richard L. Stevens, Robert E. Stewart, Richard L. Strickland, Culver Strickland, E. Calvin Strickland, Hugh S. Strickland, Jane E. Strickland, Justin A. Sanson, Swan H. Szpakowski, Vincent Tabor, John Tabor, Walter F. Tapley, Fred Teller, Frederick J. Tewksbury, Earl R. Thayer, Barnard B. Tierney, Gregory H. Tokarz, Frank J. Tokarz, Joseph J. Tokarz, Stanley W. Sabourin, Gilbert Sabourin, Roland Jr. Toloczka, Leonard Toloczka, Walter Traskos, Walter J. Tuthill, Allen E. Tuthill, Martin Tuthill, Marvin L. Varhue, Edward J. Varhue, Eric J. Varhue, Frank P. Varhue, Joseph A. Varhue, Walter J. Vincent, Edward I. Waskow, Viola H. Way, Dwight N. Way, Norman R. Weber, Frederick C. Werpechowski, Felix Rev. Wetherbee, Louis Wilcox, Orville J. Jr. Wilson, William F. Jr. Winter, Fred D. Wolak, Andrew J. Wolak, Frank Wood, Erwin H. Woodworth, Harold E. Woodworth, Sherley L. Wright, Wilfred Wyskiel, Joseph J. Wyskiel, Stanley Zawacki, Adolph J. Zawacki, Joseph Zawacki, Theodore J. Zawacki, Zigmund J. Zimmer, John F. Zimmer, Raymond E. Zisk, Raymond A. Zwingman, Russell Klick, Leon J. Zawacki, Chester E.
 
Location. 41° 31.02′ N, 72° 42.72′ W. Marker is in Middlefield, Connecticut, in Middlesex County. Marker is at the intersection of Jackson Hill Road and Main Street (Connecticut Route 157), on the right when traveling north on Jackson Hill Road. Touch for map. Located in front of the Middlefield Volunteer Fire Company. Marker is at or near this postal address: 406 Jackson Hill Road, Middlefield CT 06455, United States of America.
 
Other nearby markers. At least 8 other markers are within 3 miles of this marker, measured as the crow flies. Middlefield Honor Roll (here, next to this marker); Middlefield-Rockfall Vietnam War Monument (here, next to this marker); Congregational Church Bell (a few steps from this marker); Site of Old Town Hall (within shouting distance of this marker); Middlefield 9/11 Memorial (within shouting distance of this marker); Middlefield (about 700 feet away, measured in a direct line); Charter Oak Tree (about 700 feet away); Connecticut Police Memorial (approx. 2.3 miles away). Touch for a list and map of all markers in Middlefield.
 
Categories. War, KoreanWar, World II
 
 
Credits. This page was last revised on June 16, 2016. This page originally submitted on May 24, 2016, by Michael Herrick of Southbury, Connecticut. This page has been viewed 283 times since then and 73 times this year. Photos:   1, 2, 3. submitted on May 24, 2016, by Michael Herrick of Southbury, Connecticut.
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