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Bernardston in Franklin County, Massachusetts — The American Northeast (New England)
 

Bernardston Veterans Monument

 
 
Bernardston Veterans Monument image. Click for full size.
By Michael Herrick, September 19, 2016
1. Bernardston Veterans Monument
Inscription.
Dedicated To The
Bernardston Men And
Women Who Have Served
Their Country Honorably

(left panel)
French and Indian Wars 1744-55
Alger, Waitstill • Wells, Joshua • Bolton, John • Smith, Noah • Chapin, Hezekiah • Sheldon, Elijah • Severance, Ebenezer • Foster, John Jr. • Allen, Joseph • Workman, John • Burk, John • Sheldon, Elisha • Chapin, Joel • Sheldon, Ebenezer • Cushman, Consider • Hall, Simeon • Webster, Stephen • Allen, Zebulon • Sheldon, Remembrance • Carey, Richard • Sheldon, Amasa • Coats, Charles • Scott, Moses • Chapin, Caleb ★ • Smith, Warham • Coats, Stephen • Sheldon, Ebenezer Jr. • Evans, John • Severance, John • Foster, John • Denio, Joseph • Sheldon, Abner • Field, Aaron • Sargeant, Rufus • Frizzell, Michael • Kingsley, Elijah • Rider, David • Day, Nathaniel • Medcalf, Oliver • Warner, Ichabod • Foster, Ezekiel • Catlin, John • Couch, James • Frizzell, Samuel
Revolutionary War
Sheldon, Amasa • Foster, Ezekiel • Tute, Moses • Severance, Daniel • Dennison, Jabez • King, Charles • Coats, John • Davidson, Edward • Harding, Joshua • Kimpland, Samuel • Wolley, Thomas • Sheldon, Reuben • Chapin, Daniel • Foster, Rufus • Kingsley, Elijah • Sheldon, Elisha • Connable, John • Risley, Elijah • Workman, John • Chapin, Selah
Bernardston Veterans Monument image. Click for full size.
By Michael Herrick, September 19, 2016
2. Bernardston Veterans Monument
(left panel)
• Alger, James • Slate, Jonathan • Pinks, John • Cushman, Artemas • Parmenter, Elias • Foster, Ezekiel Jr. • Alger, Roger • Davis, Jonathan • Guild, Samuel • Mallin, Samuel • Coats, Reuben • Walworth, Elijah • Scott, Moses Jr. • Connable, Samuel • Whitcomb, Reuben • Chapin, Joel • Smith, Isaac • Slate, Joseph • Connable, Samuel • Williams, Amos • Nims, Ebenezer • Allen, Joseph • Groover, Eleazer • Severance, John • Coats, Simeon • Evans, John • Lee, Henry • Hastings, Samuel • Sheldon, Arad • Hunt, John • Wolley, Davis • Andrews, Nehemiah • Webster, Jacob • Merritt, James • Chapin, Caleb • Scott, Ebenezer • Green, Samuel • Sheldon, Caleb
War of 1812
Tryon, Elijah • Guellow, David • Chapin, Cyrenius • Nightengale, Ebenezer • Aldrich, Hosea • Chapin, Gorham • Newcomb, Samuel • Newcomb, Charles • Ryther, Alpha C. • Ryther, Erastus
Civil War
Butterfield, Z.A. • Park, Dwight • Thomas, I.L. • Hale, George E.★ • Wells, George W. • Scott, Dwight R. • Bagg, Frederick • Weeks, J.H. • Newcomb, R.F. • Thompson, George • Baldwin, Henry • Walbridge, William H. • Bartis, Dennis • Hale, James W.★ • Scott, Charles T. • Quinn, James • Thompson, A.T. • Streeter, Henry O. • Aldrich, J.J. • Frizzell, C.O. • Oaks, William F. • Park, F.R. • Haskins, George W. • Hutchins, C.J. • Vaile, Geoffrey • Thompson, James M.★ • Slate,
Bernardston Veterans Monument image. Click for full size.
By Michael Herrick, September 19, 2016
3. Bernardston Veterans Monument
(right panel)
Marshall★ • Wolf, H.A. • Haley, C.O. • Fairman, D.I. • Morrison, B.R. • Hurlbut, Ebenezer H. • Thornily, George W. • Aldrich, Dwight • Field, Aaron W. • Hale, John H. • Newell, David • Hale, Fred★ • Sheldon, Henry T.★ • Lachore, Edward★ • Slate, Joseph • Newton, E.C. • Hale, Henry W. • Temple, John W. • Chase, L.P. • Drury, Mason • Boyle, Charles A.★ • Harris, Charles C.★ • Sheldon, I.L. • Manning, John • Thompson, W.A. • Benjamin, Quartus W. • Palmer, William • Sullivan, Michael • Lyons, H.R. • Woodrough, William★ • Hale, Francis D. • Gould, C.R. • Slate, F.C. • Reed, Dwight • Briggs, R.C. • Hughes, George H. • Albett, John • Huber, Charles • Phillips, Alvah C. • Streeter, L.B. • Willey, George A.★ • Whitcomb, W.S. • Haley, John • Horton, Herbert G. • Nash, Joel D. • Mcclure, A.T. • Wheeler, D.H. • Burt, Enos • Fairman, J.C. • Scott, William • Kingsley, A.W. • Weatherhead, L.M. • Slate, J.S. • Murphy, Hector • Hale, H.J.★ • Slate, Charles • Johnson, A.N. • Grout, L.B. • Haskins, A.L. • Vanall, William • Booter, Anson • Day, Josiah P. • Hale, Lorenzo • Hale, Lucius C.★ • Woodough, George W.
World War I
Parks, Raymond L. • Cronyn, Theodore • Hills, Frank B. • Pratt, Fred F. • Barber, Myron • Messer, John H. • Slate, George • Bunevich, John • Clark, Harry • Marshall, Thomas • Stanclift, C.
Bernardston Veterans Monument image. Click for full size.
By Michael Herrick, September 19, 2016
4. Bernardston Veterans Monument
Webster • Cushman, Burt • Parker, Ernest B. • Flagg, Almon J. • Messer, Raymond J. • Nelson, Herbert R. • Gauthier, Donald F. • Joslyn, Myron M. • Hodskins, Dr. Edward B. • Goodnow, Harold W. • Grant, Elbert P. • Eastman, Howard M. • Slate, Everett J. Jr. • Davis, Leslie E.

(right panel)
World War II
Olsen, Ralph W. • Snow, Arah E. • Herrick, Charles W. • Cairns, Hugh E. • Deane, Percy R. • Shedd, Allan M. • Wood, Robert E. • Griswold, Sidney W. • Milowski, Walter J. • Grover, Clifford B. • Sedgley, James • Varney, Frederick E. • Pickhardt, Charles F. • Griswold, Thomas H. • Day, Harlan S. • Evertson, William H. • Cummings, Joseph J. Jr. • Knowlton, Edward C. • Olden, Ralph L. • Tyler, Malcolm C. • Nelson, Cola R. • Barber, Leland M. • Denison, John • Stone, Fred S. • Johnson, Robert A. • Bardsley, Frederick R. • Truesdell, Bradford F. • Barnard, Charles S. • Franklin, Ray J. • Kenney, Claude A. • Foster, Frank R. • Crowell, Jerrold S. • Schaufus, Robert A. • Stillwell, Warren L. • Underwood, William D. • Milowski, Charles W. • Hastings, Harold • Donaldson, Paul J. • Judd, Theodore W. • Michaud, Lewis • Begg, Robert B. • Warden, Edward K. • Clark, Leonard H. • Field, William E. Jr. • Sobeich, Anthony P. • Duprey, Norman J. • Thurber, Emerson G. • Nelson, Ronald • Wiemers, Junior S. • Newton, Albert T. • Hale, Donald B. • Jillson,
POW-MIA Monument next to the Veterans Monument image. Click for full size.
By Michael Herrick, September 19, 2016
5. POW-MIA Monument next to the Veterans Monument
Clarence E. • Kmiec, Joseph J. • Crosier, Raymond B. • Pratt, George H. • Denison, Alan • Barton, Kenneth C. • Sullivan, Timothy Jr. • Wilson, Frederick W. • Magoon, Delmar P. • Bardwell, Ernest E. • Denison, Elizabeth • Hale, Harold A. • Slate, Theodore H. • Wilde, Milton A. • Spencer, Walter B. • Monty, Melvin E. • Brown, Arthur F. • Fitzherbert, Natalie • Streeter, Ernest R. • Peterson, Carl A. • Barber, Stephen G. • Wessman, Robert F. • Longway, Charles D. • Barnard, Irma L. • Messer, Robert C. • Park, Stanley L. • Smith, Elliot H. • Blanchard, Alfred L. • Pappas, Stanford C. • Butterfield, Lawrence H. • Richardson, Franklin O. • Eckhoff, Christian • Sullivan, Phillip J. Sr. • Lenois, Leon H. • Kratz, Robert • Wood, Ira J. • Thomas, Frank P. • McGann, Donald S. • Deane, Perley F.★ • Herrick, Roy S. • Deneney, John R. • Messer, William S. • Martin, Robert • Davis, Edward • Snow, Edward B. Jr. • Denison, Francis E. • Raymond, Elbert C. • Laplante, Ernest B. Jr. • Minott, Foster L. • Richardson, Harley A. • Dyer, Edwin W.F. Jr. • Petria, William S. • Lenois, Carl R. • Denison, Hurlbert G. • Brown, Darwin H.★ • Magoon, Frederick D. • Park, Donald D. • Deane, Cla M. • Crowell, Roy A. • Shores, William H.
Korean War
Johnson, Arthur • Wood, Harold E. • Churchill, Neil W. • Clark, Raymond E. • Messer, Frederick A. • McGann, Donald • Barber,
POW-MIA Monument next to the Veterans Monument image. Click for full size.
By Michael Herrick, September 19, 2016
6. POW-MIA Monument next to the Veterans Monument
P.O.W.
Shedd, Allan M. – WWII
Truesdale, Bradford F. – WWII
Eastman, Leonard C. – Vietnam
Ervin L. • Flagg, Douglas J. • Burrows, Edith E. • Whitney, Burton F. • Messer, David G. • Moores, Robert • Barber, Louie A. • Lavalley, Donald A. • Deane, Roland E. • Wyatt, Dale E. • Richardson, Franklin O. • Deane, Raymond F.
Vietnam War Era
Morgan, John • Blake, Peter d. • Richardson, Franklin O. • Deane, Charles R. • Der, Leland E. • Wilder, Douglas E. • Richardson, Randolph D. • Flagg, Richard A.D. • Der, Hugh S. • Grant, Phillip R. • Gale, Lawrence • Denison, David A. • Whitaker, Donna L. • Bardwell, Wells W. • Peters, Ronald J.W. • Scott, Darwin T. Jr. • Donaldson, Timothy F. • Kenney, Claude A. Jr. • Wahlstrom, Richard • Barber, Louie A. • Thurber, Larry • Carlin, Daniel S. • Herrick, Norman • Deane, Norman C. • Shaw, Ellsworth J. • Deane, Willis • Hutchinson, Wesley R. Jr. • Barber, Daniel F.P. • Carlin, John R. • Dunn, Scott E. • Campbell, Dennis • Freyenhagen, Ernest E. • Smith, Larry D. • Petrin, Leonard C. • Jackson, Raymond F. • Streeter, Elmore Jr. • Davis, Daniel • Bonnett, Larry E. • Decarteret, Stephen A. • Page, Duane • Gale, Roger • Grover, Clifford B. Jr. • Eastman, Leonard C. • Thurber, Robert K. • Streeter, Leland A. • Dean, Curtis H. • Lessard, John P. • Marshall, Harry C. • Lenois, Sherwood F. • Kemp, Raymond H. • Thurber, James • Dyer, Edwin W.F. III • Slocum, Donald L. • Olsen, George A. • Hale, Janet I. • Magoon, Charles F. • Shaw, Edward F. • Deane, Leslie F. • Thurber, Leslie N. • Drew, Mark • Snow, Harold
Lebanon & Grenada
Dunn, Scott E. • Shaw, Jeffrey • Scott, Darlene G. • Kenney, Claude A. Jr. • Whitaker, Donna I. • Der, Gene A. • Shores, Sarah J. • Der, Leland E. • Grover, Clifford B. Jr. • Pratt, Kenneth A. • Shaw, Jonathan A. • Pratt, Douglas A.
Panama
Messer, Gregory E. • Grover, Clifford B. Jr. • Scott, Darlene G. • Whitaker, Donna I.
Persian Gulf
Burns, Daisy • Whitaker, Donna I. • Stratford, Bruce • Raymond, Jason • Wiles, Scott P. • Carlson, Rebecca • Dennis, Robert M. • Freyenhagen, Keith • Scott, Darlene G. • Peterson, Mike • Grover, Clifford B. Jr. • Sciandra, Patricia • Ethier, Melanie • Knight, Lucas • Pratt, Kenneth A. • Merritt, Jason F. • Shores, Sarah J. • Young, Kyle • Patenaude, Steven
Those Who Have Served Their Country Honorably Outside Of Conflicts
Carlin, John R. • Dean, Robert E. • Kenney, Bruce • Quinlan, Ronald S. • Shores, Sarah J. • Nelson, George H. • Der, Gene A. • Shores, Richard C. • Nelson, Charles R. • Raymond, Mark J. • Der, Leland E. • Sciandra, John R. • Shaw, Jay E. • Shaw, Benjamin F. • Lavalley, Albert III
 
Location. 42° 40.275′ N, 72° 33.221′ W. Marker is in Bernardston, Massachusetts, in Franklin County. Marker is at the intersection of Church Street (Massachusetts Route 10) and South Street (Massachusetts Route 5), on the left when traveling west on Church Street. Touch for map. Located in Cushman Park. Marker is in this post office area: Bernardston MA 01337, United States of America.
 
Other nearby markers. At least 8 other markers are within 4 miles of this marker, measured as the crow flies. Burke Fort (was approx. 1½ miles away but has been reported missing. ); Lieut. Ebenezer Sheldon's Fort (approx. 2.1 miles away); Deacon Ebenezer Sheldon's Fort (approx. 2.2 miles away); Connable Fort (approx. 2.7 miles away); Eunice Williams (approx. 3.7 miles away); Factory Hollow (approx. 3.8 miles away); King Philip's Hill (approx. 4 miles away); Captain William Turner (approx. 4.1 miles away). Touch for a list and map of all markers in Bernardston.
 
Categories. Military
 
 
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