World War Memorial, Littleton, MA
Posted by: Groundspeak Premium Member YoSam.
N 42° 32.666 W 071° 28.652
19T E 296569 N 4713201
Quick Description: Small town, traffic triangle in a quiet neighborhood turned into a small and very pleasant park.
Location: Massachusetts, United States
Date Posted: 7/6/2008 10:00:11 AM
Waymark Code: WM44HY
Published By: Groundspeak Charter Member BruceS
Views: 22

Long Description:

County of Memorial: Middlesex County.

Memorial Text:

1917   1918

HONOR ROLL
Erected by the
TOWN OF LITLETON
Dedicated to Those
Who Served Their Country
In The World War

Anderson, Henry T.
Barker, Arthur R.
Barker, Geroge N.
Barber, Joseph L.
Barteaux, Edgar L.
Boireau, Walter H.
Canney, Heyward E.
Caulking, Charles W.
Christie, James D.
Cobb, Robert C.
Conant, Albert E.
Conant, Richard G.
Conant, Stanley F.
Cook, William A.
Dodge, Richard G.
Eastman, Roscoe F.
Eisner, Joseph E.
Esten, Eugene W.
Ewing, Annette S.
Ewing, Clifton J.
Flagg, Carrol H.
Flagg, Edith M.
Fletcher, Roland H.
Gardner, Richard H.
Gilbert, Louis J.
Griffiths, Lester W.
Hardy, John
Hardwell, Albert W.
Hardwell, Austin L.
Hardwell, Geroge M.
Hardwell, Robert M.
Hardwell, Warren E.
Harwood, Herbert E.
Harwood, Jonathan H.
Harwood, Robert W.
Hataway, Allen J.
Heath, Daniel A.
Hoj, Martin
Hummert, Roger C.
Iverson, Axel
Iverson, Edward
Iverson, Louis
Johnson, Frederick K.
Kimball, Everett F.
Kimball, Gladys L.
Knights, Albert J.
Knowlton, Amos H.
Lawson, Elizabeth
Libby, Herman S.
Lovejoy, George M., Jr.
Lovejoy, Julian
Lund, Aaron
Masters, James H.
McEnnis, Edward J.
McFadden, Patrick
Murphy, Daniel
Needham, Carlton O.
Pratt, Marshall C.
Priest, Herbert E.
Priest, Karlton K.
Priest, Roger A.
Prouty, Herbert F.
Remick, John H.
Robbins, Milton A.
Roberts, Arthur E.
Robinson, Edward F.
Sanderson, Bennett
Sanderson, Rupert L/
Shepard, Roy S.
Smith, George
Strom, Einard
Tenney, Oliver
Tobin, John
Vance, Philip
Wesley, C.
Wilking,
Wood, C.
Worke
Wright
Yapr, Warren
Private or Public Monument?: Government

Name of the Private Organization or Government Entity that built this Monument: Town of Littleton

Geographic Region where the Monument is located: North America

Physical Address of Monument:
Shattuck St. & King St. (MA-24),
Allen J. Hathaway Park,
Littleton, MA USA


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Date the Monument or Memorial was built or dedicated: Not listed

Website for this Monument: Not listed

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