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By Carl J. Bradshaw, circa November 13, 2012
South Attleboro Memorial Wall Marker
RANKED BY RELEVANCE, THEN GEOGRAPHICALLY
|South Attleboro Memorial Wall and Veterans Pavilion By the Community For the Community EST. Nov 11, 2012 — — Map (db m70335) WM|
|Keeping faithful watch, this revered image of Mary has stood at the entrance to LaSalette Seminary (formerly Attleboro Springs Sanatorium),welcoming generations of brothers, priests, seminarians, pilgrims and visitors, inviting all still to submit . . . — — Map (db m55904) HM|
|Everett Southworth Horton
Born June 15th 1836 - Died June 3 1911
Major Everett Southworth Horton was born in Attleborough Mass. on June 15, 1836. He attended public schools until the age of sixteen, when he began working in his father's . . . — — Map (db m65896) WM|
|Erected in Honor of
Alfred Johnson, U.S.N.
John B. Morin, U.S.M.C.
The first from Attleboro
to die in action
World War II
November 15, 1942
In the South Pacific area
December 15, 1942
On Guadalcanal Island
Dedicated to . . . — — Map (db m59281) HM|
|"To The Memory of the boys who defended our Union" — — Map (db m57021) HM|
|Major Thomas J. Deegan Memorial Bridge
Dedicated November 11, 1963
Major Thomas J Deegan, United States Air Force, Born August 1, 1925 in Attleboro, Massachusetts, who, in the service of his country, sacrificed his life to spare the lives of . . . — — Map (db m65897) WM|
To Perpetuate the memory of the Revolutionary War Soldiers buried in this Old Kirk Yard
William Balcom •
Jacob Balkom •
Hezekiah Bishop •
Zephanian Bishop •
Zephanian Bishop Jr •
Daniel Blanding •
Noah Blanding •
Darius Briggs • . . . — — Map (db m57933) HM|
|The images carved into the granite represent prisoners of war, armed forces missing in action, and the victims of the attack on America. The granite for the memorial was quarried in PA. The granite was carved and polished in VT. The millwheel weighs . . . — — Map (db m66252) WM|
|To perpetuate the memory of all who with unfailing loyalty furthered the cause of American Independence — — Map (db m55919) HM|
|The family of Dr. James M. Solomon is buried here. An obelisk, where the names of the family members are listed, is in the burial yard. The earliest known burial was 1836. Dr. Solomon was the founder of Solomon Sanitarium which was located at the . . . — — Map (db m85875) HM|
|To the memory of those who faithfully served their country in the war with Spain The Philippine insurrection and the China relief expedition.
All were volunteers — — Map (db m57023) HM|
|Was erected near here in 1828
the geographic center of the town at that time
Noah Claflin Elkanah Briggs
Abijah M. Ide Samual Cushman
Ellis Blackington . . . — — Map (db m52405) HM|
| Left column In honor of our fallen in the Great War 1914-1918 Ruth Holden Albert H. Allen Cyrill M. Angell Harry Attarian Elmer G. Baker Charlton M. Bliss Peter Boivin Harry L. Boyce Earle I. Brown Percy E. Cobb Arthur N. Crosby Leroy C. Estee . . . — — Map (db m66255) WM|
|Built in 1827 by Col. Willard BlackintonStone Placed
by Attleboro Historic Commission
Given to the city of Attleboro
Mr. and Mrs William A. Nerney
1970 — — Map (db m72444) HM|
| . . . — — Map (db m66248) HM|
| Center podium - Attleboro Veterans Memorial Common Dedicated May 28, 1992 Flagpole - Rededication of the War Memorial Flagpole by the family of Joseph E. Nimiroski in honor of all Attleboro Veterans Column 1 - World War I Column 2 - World War II . . . — — Map (db m66256) WM|
Cyril M. Angell
2nd Lieutenant U.S. Air Services
Killed in action May 14th 1918
in Boucanville, France
First Officer from Attleboro to die in WWI — — Map (db m58124) HM|
| For the men of Attleboro who gave their lives in the service of their country in Vietnam
Joseph E. Nimiroski 12/18/65 • Richard C. Glidden 02/13/67 • Robert E. Burns 05/13/67 • Gary F. Flynn 09/13/67 • Francis M. Driscoll 02/29/68 • Joseph E. . . . — — Map (db m66249) WM|
| In memory of the citizens of Attleboro who died in service to their country 1950 The Korean War 1953 Donald S. Brander Henry V. Camira John Fernandes Armand A. Frigon Donald F. Givens Arthur J. LaPorte Douglas P. Miner Bradford E. Tyndall You . . . — — Map (db m66250) WM|
In a Righteous Cause They Have Won
Immortal Glory and Have Nobly Served
Their Nation in Serving Mankind
Becker George E. · Black Howard · Blais Frederick S. · Brennan Eugene P. · Brown James A. · Carlson Carl · Carr . . . — — Map (db m195793) WM|
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Natives of this area made tools from red felsite rock.
The Allen, Capron and Mann families owned this property. The Mann family burial ground still remains close by.
Stephan Draper built a homestead . . . — — Map (db m57747) HM|
|Buried here is PVT. NATHAN HATCH, patriot who fought four tours of duty in the Continental Army 1776-1781
Born 16 Nov. 1757 at Attleboro, MA, he first enlisted July 1776 in Capt. Isaac Hodges Co. as Pvt. He was discharged Nov. 1780. He moved to . . . — — Map (db m33027) HM|
Major Campaigns and Deaths
Tet Offensive 1/68-2/68) 2,500
Vietcong Offensive (2/69) 1,140
Operation Rolling Thunder (2/65-11/68) 818
Battle of Khe Sahn (1/68-4/68) 730
Battle of Dak To (11/67) 285
Operation . . . — — Map (db m94949) HM WM|
In honor of those men and women who served and to those who gave their lives in Vietnam from the people of Mecklenburg County.
With this we reflect on the past share with the present and educate ourselves for the future.
President Dwight D. . . . — — Map (db m175634) HM WM|
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