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Historical Markers and War Memorials in Cumberland County, New Jersey

Clickable Map of Cumberland County, New Jersey and Immediately Adjacent Jurisdictions image/svg+xml 2019-10-06 U.S. Census Bureau, Abe.suleiman; Lokal_Profil;; J.J.Prats/dc:title> Cumberland County, NJ (85) Atlantic County, NJ (276) Cape May County, NJ (170) Gloucester County, NJ (55) Salem County, NJ (115) Kent County, DE (250)  CumberlandCounty(85) Cumberland County (85)  AtlanticCounty(276) Atlantic County (276)  CapeMayCounty(170) Cape May County (170)  GloucesterCounty(55) Gloucester County (55)  SalemCounty(115) Salem County (115)  KentCountyDelaware(250) Kent County (250)
Bridgeton is the county seat for Cumberland County
Adjacent to Cumberland County, New Jersey
      Atlantic County (276)  
      Cape May County (170)  
      Gloucester County (55)  
      Salem County (115)  
      Kent County, Delaware (250)  
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1New Jersey, Cumberland County, Bivalve — Bivalve Oyster Shipping Sheds
The Central Railroad of New Jersey built this long complex of 30 sheds in 1904 to process oysters that were harvested from the Delaware Bay. Originally, oysters were shipped in their shells via the railroad. Shucking, or removing oysters from their . . . Map (db m64333) HM
2New Jersey, Cumberland County, Bivalve — Delaware Bay and River — Port of Call — Bivalve, New Jersey —
According to Megan Wren, director of the Bayshore Discovery Center, “Bivalve is a gritty, working waterfront (town) that a casual visitor might call ‘lost in time’. Someone who knows the place a little better would probably use words like . . . Map (db m64381) HM
3New Jersey, Cumberland County, Bivalve — Ecology in the Watershed — Maurice River Watershed
The Maurice River watershed (pronounced Morris) is an area of 386 square miles that includes part of the Pinelands National Reserve, other pine, cedar and maple woodlands and agricultural lands, as well as, urban and suburban properties. The river . . . Map (db m64497) HM
4New Jersey, Cumberland County, Bivalve — Maurice River
The Maurice River and its tributaries to the Delaware Bay have played a significant role in Southern New Jersey’s cultural landscape and shaped its diverse people—generation after generation. Its resources, particularly fish and shellfish, . . . Map (db m64337) HM
5New Jersey, Cumberland County, Bivalve — Steps to Harvest Oysters and Bring to Market — Marker #1
1. Oystermen harvested oysters from the Maurice River Cove by a dredge or tongs. 2. Oysters were off-loaded from schooners into floats along the banks of the Maurice River where they were left to fatten and to remove impurities. 3. Oysters . . . Map (db m64392) HM
6New Jersey, Cumberland County, Bivalve — Steps to Harvest Oysters and Bring to Market — Marker #2
5. Oysters were counted into bushel baskets. 6. Bushels were consolidated into sacks or barrels. 7. Sacks or barrels were wheeled on hand trucks through the alley way and were loaded into the awaiting boxcars. Shucking The practice of . . . Map (db m64393) HM
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7New Jersey, Cumberland County, Bivalve — The Schooner AJ Meerwald
The Schooner AJ MEERWALD is on the National and New Jersey Registers of Historic Places and is representative of an important vessel type, the “new style” Jersey oyster schooner. The “old style” schooner had a clipper bow . . . Map (db m64340) HM
8New Jersey, Cumberland County, Bridgeton — "Liberty Bell"
Court house bell rang as news of "Declaration" reached here. Cast in Massachusetts, 1765. Now on display in lobby.Map (db m153726) HM
9New Jersey, Cumberland County, Bridgeton — Baptist Log Meeting House — 1690 1787
Site of Baptist Log Meeting House and Burial Ground settled by The Bowen Company and their leader Rev. Timothy Brooks. United with Cohansey Baptist Church in 1710. Seventh Day Baptists in this company established the Shiloh Church 1737.Map (db m92322) HM
10New Jersey, Cumberland County, Bridgeton — Broad St. Church
Built by Presbyterians in 1792, has been cited by architects as an outstanding example of good Colonial design.Map (db m153720) HM
11New Jersey, Cumberland County, Bridgeton — New Jersey Coastal Heritage Trail Route — Information
The New Jersey Coastal Heritage Trail Route is a “park in the making”—an idea becoming a reality. Many of its sites are available for you to visit. When complete, the Trail will link numerous natural and cultural landmarks into a . . . Map (db m64491) HM
12New Jersey, Cumberland County, Bridgeton — Old Broad Street Presbyterain Church
Old Broad Street Presbyterian Church was constructed in the meeting house form, rectangular in plan, with the pulpit placed on the north gable end wall and a U-shaped balcony on the other sides. The north elevation, facing Broad Street, is the . . . Map (db m64508) HM
13New Jersey, Cumberland County, Bridgeton — These Patriots
These patriots, original members of the Society of the Cincinnati in the State of New Jersey, lie buried in this churchyard. Captain Seth Bowen Ensign Almarin Brooks Surgeon Ebenezer Elmer Lieutenant Eli Elmer Lieutenant James . . . Map (db m153722) HM WM
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14New Jersey, Cumberland County, Bridgeton — World War II Memorial
In solemn tribute to the youth of Bridgeton who made the Supreme Sacrifice in World War II 1941 - 1945 They gave their today for our tomorrow Albert D. Adams • Frank L. Bacon • John A. Bailey • Paul R. Barrager • John Blackston • . . . Map (db m153724) WM
15New Jersey, Cumberland County, Greenwich — Gibbon House
Built in 1730 by Nicholas Gibbon, maritime merchant whose ships carried most of the colonial trade of this port.Map (db m92308) HM
16New Jersey, Cumberland County, Greenwich — Greenwich Tea Burning Monument
Monument front: In honor of the Patriots of Cumberland Co., NJ who—on the evening of December 22, 1774—burned British tea near this site. List of Patriots on Marker: Tea Burners Ebenezer Elmer Timothy Elmer . . . Map (db m17692) HM
17New Jersey, Cumberland County, Greenwich — Hot Tea — Greenwich Tea Burning Monument — Maritime History —
In the winter of 1774, the American colonies were struggling to define their future relationship with Great Britain. The British tax on tea had sparked the 1773 Boston Tea Party. The harsh response, to close the port of Boston, lead to the First . . . Map (db m17730) HM
18New Jersey, Cumberland County, Greenwich — Little Stone School
Endowed as free school for poor children by Zachariah Barrow. Oldest educational building in Cumberland Co., it served until the advent of public supported learning. Militia trained here-1812.Map (db m92313) HM
19New Jersey, Cumberland County, Greenwich — Old Stone Tavern
Built 1728 by Jacob Ware. "The oldest tavern in the County where one could obtain bedde and board for man and beast."Map (db m92309) HM
20New Jersey, Cumberland County, Greenwich — Welcome to Greenwich Township
Greenwich was the principal colonial settlement of Cumberland County, serving as one of New Jersey’s first official ports-of-entry under British rule. While other early settlers, primarily Dutch and Swedish, were the first Europeans to explore this . . . Map (db m92316) HM
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21New Jersey, Cumberland County, Greenwich — Wood House
Built in 1795 by Richard Wood, merchant. A son. Dr. George B. Wood (d.1879), became a noted medical professor and writer.Map (db m92312) HM
22New Jersey, Cumberland County, Heislerville — A Guiding Light — Aids to Navigation — Maritime History —
The East Point Lighthouse guards the eastern shore of the Maurice River Cove. This lone sentinel once provided hundreds of Delaware Bay oyster schooners with a guiding light to the ports at Port Norris and Port Elizabeth. Constructed in 1849, it . . . Map (db m68280) HM
23New Jersey, Cumberland County, Heislerville — All Shapes, Sizes and Materials — Aids to Navigation — Maritime History —
Primary seacoast lights were located to warn mariners of their proximity to land, the presence of navigational dangers, and to help set their course. By 1852, however, lighthouses and lightships often looked so much alike that it was difficult to . . . Map (db m68281) HM
24New Jersey, Cumberland County, Heislerville — East Point Lighthouse — Under Renovation by Maurice River Historical Society
The East Point Lighthouse was built in 1849 to guide boatmen into the mouth of the Maurice River, about one half mile to the north. The lantern sits atop the two story brick building, 48 feet above sea level, and is visible for about 7 . . . Map (db m68285) HM
25New Jersey, Cumberland County, Mauricetown — A River to Enjoy and Protect — Maurice River
Congress passed the National Wild and Scenic Rivers Act in 1968 to protect selected free-flowing rivers with outstanding natural, cultural and recreational values. The Act promotes conservation and good stewardship of these streams and their . . . Map (db m64430) HM
26New Jersey, Cumberland County, Millville — 135th AAF Base Unit
Fighter Groups:
33rd F.G. 58th F.G. 353rd F.G. 355th F.G. 358th F.G. 361st F.G. 365th F.G. 371st F.G.
Map (db m153730) WM
27New Jersey, Cumberland County, Millville — A-4F Skyhawk — Millville Army Air Field Museum
The Millville Army Air Field Museum's Skyhawk was assigned to Attack Squadron 192 (VA-192) aboard the aircraft carrier USS Oriskany (CVA-34) on April 2, 1968 to commence its first Vietnam War combat tour. From May 19 to June 27, 1971 VA-192 . . . Map (db m168353) HM WM
28New Jersey, Cumberland County, Millville — C-23 Sherpa
A dual-use design by Short Brothers limited for commercial passenger and freight service, manufactured in Belfast, Northern Ireland. This aircraft was originally acquired by the U.S. Army, as part of a North Atlantic Treaty Organization . . . Map (db m153732) HM
29New Jersey, Cumberland County, Millville — Captain Joseph Buck — 1753 - 1803 — Founder of Millville —
Captain Joseph Buck, a veteran Revolutionary War officer and commandant of the Cumberland County Militia, stood on these riverbanks in the early 1790s and reviewed his troops. As time went on, he foresaw a new city of manor homes, lumber mills and . . . Map (db m153758) HM
30New Jersey, Cumberland County, Millville — Gunnery Practice Over The Atlantic
Gunnery practice over the AtlanticMap (db m153755) HM
31New Jersey, Cumberland County, Millville — Millville Airport
[Left plaque:] Millville Airport 50th Anniversary Aug. 2, 1991 "America's First Defense Airport" Honored by the members of the Millville Army Air Field Museum [Center plaque:] Millville Airport . . . Map (db m153729) HM WM
32New Jersey, Cumberland County, Millville — Noted Glassworks
Founded by James Lee in 1806. Whitall Tatum Co. were here from 1837 to 1938, when they sold to Armstrong Cork Company.Map (db m153653) HM
33New Jersey, Cumberland County, Millville — Original Army Air Force WWII Gunnery School Administration Building
Original Army Air Force WWII Gunnery School Administration Building 1943-45 Map (db m153727) HM
34New Jersey, Cumberland County, Millville — Original Army Air Force WWII Headquarters Building
Original Army Air Force WWII Headquarters Building 1943-45 Map (db m153753) HM
35New Jersey, Cumberland County, Millville — Original Army Air Force WWII Pilot Ready-Dayroom Building
Original Army Air Force WWII Pilot Ready-Dayroom Building 1943-45 Map (db m153752) HM
36New Jersey, Cumberland County, Millville — Original Link Trainer Building
Millville Army Airfield Museum Original Link Trainer Building 1942-1945 Map (db m153754) HM
37New Jersey, Cumberland County, Millville — Slipping Away — Manumuskin River Preserve — Biological Diversity-Wild Life Migration —
Almost unnoticed, the earth’s living wealth is slipping away. As the human population expands and intensifies the use of the land, species of all kinds are disappearing. Each time we lose a species to extinction, we not only lose its aesthetic . . . Map (db m64464) HM
38New Jersey, Cumberland County, Millville — Springsteadah Plaza — Vietnam Memorial
In memory of Donald K. Springsteadah Tsgt. USAF Missing in Action: Vietnam And erected for all men & women who served their country in Vietnam Donald K. Springsteadah 23 Oct 32 - 11 Mar 68 . . . Map (db m153756) WM
39New Jersey, Cumberland County, Millville — The "Millville Bank" Historical Society Building
The Millville Bank was built in 1857. It was the city's first banking institution, chartered by the New Jersey legislature. The masonry building was expanded in 1883. When the bank moved to a larger site in 1908, the building became the . . . Map (db m153655) HM
40New Jersey, Cumberland County, Millville — The Millville Plant
The Millville Plant bell tolled from 1850 - 1920 Dedicated this July 12, 1991 to recognized all those employees responsible for the continued success of the illville Plant since 1806 1838-1938 1938-1969 1969-1983 . . . Map (db m153654) HM
41New Jersey, Cumberland County, Millville — Veterans Memorial
United States Navy United States Marines United States Air Force United States Coast Guard United States Merchant Marine United States ArmyMap (db m153757) WM
42New Jersey, Cumberland County, Vineland — Adolph A. Phillips
Adolph A. Phillips Water tender U.S. Navy. Born Jan. 23rd, 1896 Died torpedo boat Jacob Jones, sunk at sea Dec. 7th, 1917. Foreign Waters U.S.N.Map (db m153794) WM
43New Jersey, Cumberland County, Vineland — Baggage Cart — c. 1870's — Donated by Dr. Frank DeMaio and restored in 2017 by Boy Scout Troop 108. —
Baggage carts like this one were used by railroad lines throughout the United States and Europe to transfer luggage on and off trains for the passengers. At that time, trains usually traveled a maximum speed of about forty miles per hour. Ticket . . . Map (db m153759) HM
44New Jersey, Cumberland County, Vineland — Bugler, Joseph Di'Giurgio
Bugler, Joseph Di'Giurgio Co. L, 8th. U.S. Infantry Born Nov. 17th, 1895. Died disease Mar. 14th, 1919. Brest, FranceMap (db m153814) WM
45New Jersey, Cumberland County, Vineland — Charles Kline Landis
Charles K. Landis was born in Philadelphia to Michael and Mary Landis. He passed the Bar Exam at the age of 19 and started practicing law at that time. He had a growing interest in land development and founded the town of Colville,now called Elwood. . . . Map (db m174735) HM
46New Jersey, Cumberland County, Vineland — City of Vineland Operation Desert Storm Victory Mini-Park
Honoring the bravery & skill of the U.S. Armed Forces during the Persian Gulf War of 1990-91, which helped to free the Middle East country of Kuwait from its hostile invaders.Map (db m153762) WM
47New Jersey, Cumberland County, Vineland — Civil War Memorial
To the memory of the soldiers and sailors who heroically defended the Union during the Civil War 1861 - 1865Map (db m153764) WM
48New Jersey, Cumberland County, Vineland — Corp. Charles Phillips
Corp. Charles Phillips Co. A. 4th Pioneer U.S. Inf. Born March 13th, 1893. Died disease board ship Oct. 5th, 1916. French Harbor.Map (db m153820) WM
49New Jersey, Cumberland County, Vineland — Corp. Daniel B. Rhubart
Corp. Daniel B. Rhubart Co. C. 147th. U.S. Inf. 37th. Div. Born Sept. 14th, 1893. Killed in action Oct. 31st, 1918 Grand Pre, France. Map (db m153826) WM
50New Jersey, Cumberland County, Vineland — Corp. Frederick Van Deusen
Corp. Frederick Van Deusen Co. K. 111th. U.S. Inf. Born Oct. 23rd, 1900. Died of wounds in action Oct. 3rd, 1919. Dijon, France. Map (db m153795) WM
51New Jersey, Cumberland County, Vineland — Corp. Jack F. Gaskill
Corp. Jack F. Gaskill Co. F. 114th. U.S. Inf. 29th. Div. Born May. 29th, 1896. Died from wounds in action Feb. 23rd, 1919. Vineland, N.J. Map (db m153783) WM
52New Jersey, Cumberland County, Vineland — Corp. Louis Gassel
Corp. Louis Gassel Co. L. 311th. U.S. Inf. 78th Div. Born Jan. 1st, 1889. Died of wounds in action. Nov. 6th, 1918. Grand Pre, France. Map (db m153790) WM
53New Jersey, Cumberland County, Vineland — Freedom Is Not Free
Freedom is not free POW★MIA You are not forgotten "In God we trust"Map (db m153766) WM
54New Jersey, Cumberland County, Vineland — Gunner, Clarence Hartman
Gunner, Clarence Hartman Battleship Nevada U.S.N. Born March 4th, 1895 Died disease Jan. 5th, 1919. Naval Hospital, Bklyn, N.Y. Map (db m153797) WM
55New Jersey, Cumberland County, Vineland — Honor Roll
World War II ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ Korean Conflict Honor Roll of Vietnam Veterans Map (db m153802) WM
56New Jersey, Cumberland County, Vineland — John F. Kennedy Memorial
"No pregunte lo que el pueblo pueda hacer por Usted; si no lo que Usted pueda hacer por el pueblo." "Ask not what your country can do for you; ask what you can do for your country." John F. Kennedy May 29, 1917 . . . Map (db m153817) HM
57New Jersey, Cumberland County, Vineland — Korean War Memorial — June 25, 1950 - July 27, 1953
U.S. Army S.F.C. Anthony J. Barber • Sgt. Nicolai Bellegarde • P.F.C. Otis L. Broom • P.F.C. Perez S. Colon • P.F.C. Harry R. Denofio • Cpl. Robert T. Doherty • Cpl. Bearl Donnelly Jr. • P.F.C. Peter F. Flaime • Pvt. Grover G. Green • P.F.C. . . . Map (db m153799) WM
58New Jersey, Cumberland County, Vineland — Lieut. Grady R. Roberts
Lieut. Grady R. Roberts Medical Corps U.S. Navy, Born Aug. 22nd, 1893. Died disease Troopship Kroonland. Feb. 5th, 1919. New York City. Map (db m153815) WM
59New Jersey, Cumberland County, Vineland — Machinist, Daniel Ogborn
Machinist, Daniel Ogborn U.S. Navy Born Dec. 6th, 1900. Died disease Sept. 28th, 1918. Puget Sound Navy Yard, U.S.A. Map (db m153809) WM
60New Jersey, Cumberland County, Vineland — Mary J. Dunlap — Women's Heritage Trail
Born in 1853 in Philadelphia, Mary J. Dunlap was awarded her medical degree in 1886 from the Woman's Medical College of Pennsylvania. Dr. Dunlap was the first female Superintendent and Medical Director for the newly established Home for . . . Map (db m153760) HM
61New Jersey, Cumberland County, Vineland — National Holiness Association Memorial
Centennial Memorial 1867 - 1967 National Holiness Association Founded on this site July, 1867 Map (db m153793) HM
62New Jersey, Cumberland County, Vineland — Oak Hill Cemetery G.A.R. Monument
In memory of our heroic dead G.A.R. erected - 1912Map (db m47048) HM
63New Jersey, Cumberland County, Vineland — Priv. Albert E. Wilkinson
Priv. Albert E. Wilkinson Co. K, 148th U.S. Inf. Born Aug. 28th, 1895. Killed in action Sept. 28th, 1918. France Map (db m153818) WM
64New Jersey, Cumberland County, Vineland — Priv. Aldo Bruge
Priv. Aldo Bruge Co. L. 348th U.S. Inf. Born Nov. 26th, 1898. Died disease Oct. 26th, 1918. FranceMap (db m153786) WM
65New Jersey, Cumberland County, Vineland — Priv. Arthur E. Brooke
Priv. Arthur E. Brooke 5th. Reg. U.S. Marine Corps. Born March 28th, 1900. Died disease June 5th, 1917. League Island Navy Yard. Philadelphia, Pa. Map (db m153819) WM
66New Jersey, Cumberland County, Vineland — Priv. Grover C. Hankins
Priv. Grover C. Hankins Co. C. 147th. U.S. Inf. 37th. Div. Born June 29th, 1886. Died of wounds in action. Oct. 11th, 1918. France.Map (db m153798) WM
67New Jersey, Cumberland County, Vineland — Priv. J. Alfred Ackley, Jr.
. . . Map (db m153824) WM
68New Jersey, Cumberland County, Vineland — Priv. Joast N. Denelsbeck, Jr.
Priv. Joast N. Denelsbeck, Jr. Machine Gun Co. 348th. U.S. Inf. Born Nov. 15th, 1894. Died disease Oct. 29th, 1918. France. Map (db m153789) WM
69New Jersey, Cumberland County, Vineland — Priv. Joseph Lenzi
Priv. Joseph Lenzi Co. L. 17th. U.S. Inf. Born May 22nd, 1895. Died disease Oct. 9th, 1918. Camp Meade, Md., U.S.A. Map (db m153821) WM
70New Jersey, Cumberland County, Vineland — Priv. Joseph Trucano
Priv. Joseph Trucano Co. F. 310th. U.S. Inf. 78th. Div. Born July 9th, 1889. Killed in action Sept. 19th, 1918. St. Mihiel, France. Map (db m153796) WM
71New Jersey, Cumberland County, Vineland — Priv. Paul G. Kimball
Priv. Paul G. Kimball Med. Field Art. 39th. U.S. Inf. Bold Dec. 7th, 1893. Killed in action Sept. 28th, 1918. Argonne Forest, France. Map (db m153807) WM
72New Jersey, Cumberland County, Vineland — Priv. Stanley Simpkins
Priv. Stanley Simpkins 6th Co. 153rd. Depot Brigade Born Aug. 9th, 1890. Died disease Oct. 2nd, 1918. Camp Dix, N.J. Map (db m153812) WM
73New Jersey, Cumberland County, Vineland — Roll of Honor
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74New Jersey, Cumberland County, Vineland — Seaman, Perre Galkin
Seaman, Perre Galkin 549th, Co. 8th. Reg. Born April 5th, 1897. Died disease Sept. 24th, 1918. Great Lakes Naval Station. U.S.A. Map (db m153822) WM
75New Jersey, Cumberland County, Vineland — Sergt. Robt. L. Van Deusen
Sergt. Robt. L. Van Deusen Co. A. 5th. Reg. U.S. Marine Corps. Born Sept. 29th, 1894. Died of wounds in action. Oct. 27th, 1918. St. Etienne, France. Map (db m153787) WM
76New Jersey, Cumberland County, Vineland — Sgt. Dominick Pilla
Co. B. 3rd Battalion, 75th Ranger Regiment U.S. Army Died in Mogadishu, Somalia Mar. 31, 1972 - Oct. 3, 1993 Rangers lead the wayMap (db m153784) WM
77New Jersey, Cumberland County, Vineland — Soldiers and Sailors Memorial Circle
These trees and this circular plot were dedicated as a Soldiers and Sailors Memorial Circle In honor of the Vineland heroes who lost their lives in the World War ★ ★ ★ 1917 ★ ★ 1919 Established under the . . . Map (db m153791) WM
78New Jersey, Cumberland County, Vineland — The Richard "Dick" Errickson Baseball Field
Richard "Dick" Errickson 1912 - 1999 Vineland's Native Son Pitcher for the Boston Braves & Chicago Cubs 1938 - 1942 Inducted into the South Jersey Baseball Hall of Fame 1993 Map (db m153806) HM
79New Jersey, Cumberland County, Vineland — Veterans Circle Memorial
Lt. Robert S. Gressman, 1916-1945, E.T.O., WWII Pvt. Kenneth H. Preston, 1923-1943, N. Af., WWII Pvt. Aldo Selva, 1908-1943, U.S.A., WWII T/Sgt. Lawrence J. Scrivani, 1918-1944, E.T.O., WWII S/Sgt. John R. Sertell, 1908-1944, E.T.O., WWII . . . Map (db m153939) WM
80New Jersey, Cumberland County, Vineland — Vice Admiral Wallace M. Beakley Square — Dedicated 4 May 2001
Born: Vineland, NJ 1903 Died: Alexandria, VA 1975 Naval Career: 1920-1964 Navy Pilot and Anti-Submarine Expert Duties: Commander, US Middle East Naval Force; Atlantic Anti-Submarine Force, Washington; Assistant Chief of . . . Map (db m153765) WM
81New Jersey, Cumberland County, Vineland — Vietnam War Memorial
This memorial is dedicated to those who served their country in the Vietnam War. Below are the names of those who paid the Supreme Sacrifice. 1961 - 1975
Sgt. Shepherd, Harry J., Jr., USMC, 1946-1966, I Pfc. Hayes, . . . Map (db m153781) WM
82New Jersey, Cumberland County, Vineland — Vietnam War Memorial
A tribute to men and women who gave service in the Armed Forces of our country during Vietnam War August 5, 1964 - August 15, 1973Map (db m153805) WM
83New Jersey, Cumberland County, Vineland — Vineland's Own
In remembrance and honor Vineland's Own Members of the 3rd Bn. 157th Field Artillery New Jersey National Guard 44th Div. 1937 to 1945 Map (db m153825) WM
84New Jersey, Cumberland County, Vineland — World War II and Korean War Memorial
A tribute to the men and women who gave service in the Armed Forces of our country during World War II Dec. 7, 1941 - Sept. 2, 1945 Korean Conflict June 25, 1950 - July 27, 1953Map (db m153800) WM
85New Jersey, Cumberland County, Vineland — World War II and Korean War Memorial
Dedicated by the grateful people of the City of Vineland in memory of men who sacrificed their lives for our country in World War II Korean WarMap (db m153816) WM
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