Lest We Forget
Andersen Martin W. Major
Deangelis Richard N. P.F.C.
Davis Blakely Jr. U.S.M.C.
Dorsey Edward R. P.O. 3rd Cl.
Fecteau Gene E. P.F.C.
Fenton William C. Jr. Spec. 4 . . . — — Map (db m27720) HM
Fallen Men Of The Civil War
Col. Arthur H. Dutton C. O. 21st C.V. Inf.
Sgt. Oliver S. Munson Co. K 15th C.V. Inf.
Cpl. George N. Bailey Co. A 15th C.V. Inf.
Cpl. John H. Boughton Co. K 2nd C.V. Heavy Artillery . . . — — Map (db m27686) HM
1669 In Memoriam To The 1935
Founders of Wallingford
On Ministry Site
Chosen by Them
In the continual remembrance of a glorious past.
Individuals and nations find their noblest inspiration.
Signers of the Plantation Covenant
Samuel . . . — — Map (db m30039) HM
In Memory Of
Hon. Abraham Doolittle
Died Aug. 11, 1690 Ae. 70.
Born in England, was progenitor of the family in America, father of thirteen children, survived by seven sons and three daughters.
Widow, Abigail Moss died Nov. 5, 1710 Ae. . . . — — Map (db m27571) HM
[ inscription on top ]
Beneath this Stone
Rests the Remains of
the Hon'bl Lyman Hall Esq.
formerly Governor of this State
who departed this Life the 19th of October 1790
in the 67th Year of his Age
In the Cause of America he . . . — — Map (db m27573) HM
Nehemiah Royce House – 1672
Oldest Wallingford home built two years after the town was settled, overlooking "Dog's Misery." When General Washington came to Wallingford in 1775 he said farewell to the villagers in front of this house. . . . — — Map (db m27689) HM
Robert Wallace who made the first nickel silver spoon manufactured in this country in 1835 laid the foundation stone of this business.
This tablet is erected in appreciation by the employees of the R. Wallace & Sons Mfg. Co. and the Wallingford . . . — — Map (db m27570) HM
The Parade Ground
Few things better symbolize the history and evolution of a New England town than the town green. Set aside as the town "common" in the original 1670 plan of development, Wallingford's town green, or"Parade Ground," is as old as . . . — — Map (db m27665) HM
This territory was purchased by the New Haven Colony in 1638 from Montowese, son of an Indian sachem. It was named after Wallingford, England, and was settled in 1670 by planters from New Haven and Stratford. Its boundaries originally . . . — — Map (db m27667) HM
1950 Korean War 1953
[ inscription on small plaque ]
All Gave Some, Some Gave All
Fleming, Charles H. Jr. Gerber, Frederick J. Gidney, Raymond C. Henson, Richard C. Kapish, Matthew Rogers, Raymond Jr.
[ 1,846 names . . . — — Map (db m27662) WM
[ south side ]
Arthur H. Dutton Post
No 36 G.A.R.
And The People Of
To The Memory Of The
Brave Men Who Died
That Their Country
[ inscribed around the column ]
1861 Newberne . . . — — Map (db m27688) HM
[ west face ]
Thomas R. Hayden John F. Williams Joseph Conte Joseph L. Dubois James Mascia Gerald Schiavone Robert J. Wieczorek Talcott L. Ingraham Jr. *Dominic J. Preira Jr K.I.A. . . . — — Map (db m30094) HM
Dedicated in Honor and In
Memory of Those Men And
Women from Wallingford Who
Served in the World War.
1917 - 1918
[ left tablet ]
Abbott, George C. Ahearn, Eugene J. Altschuler, Maurice Ames, Joseph C. . . . — — Map (db m27663) HM
1941 Honor Roll World War II 1945
[ The seven bronze tablets list 2,090 names. The names listed below have a star indicating they did not return ]
Arujo, Joseph J. Bailey, John W. Jr. Bartholomew, Harry L.J Blaski, Henry A. Budleski, . . . — — Map (db m27685) HM