Bunker Hill Memorial - Pepperell, MA.
N 42° 40.068 W 071° 35.869
19T E 287113 N 4727197
Quick Description: A place to rest and remember the fallen.
Location: Massachusetts, United States
Date Posted: 5/18/2010 11:16:10 AM
Waymark Code: WM8VVP
Across the street form Pepperell's Town Hall building is small park-like area. In this park-like area is a large memorial bench. This memorial honors the men from Pepperell who fell at the Battle of Bunker Hill. The entire structure is made of polished stone. The center of the bench's back is built much higher then the rest of the back. On this extended back, is a plaque with the names of the fallen. It reads:
"These Pepperell men
were killed at Bunker Hill
17 June 1775
for you they died"
The top the extended back is rounded at the top, with some decoration around the edge. On the front of the rounded top is an image of what seem to be powder horns with straps on them. Beneath them is an inscription of the giver of this memorial.
in MDCCCXCIX (1899)
of a descendant
of Colonel William Prescott"
On the backside of the bench's extended back is another inscription.
"To the men of Pepperell
who fought at Bunker Hill
17 June 1775
They took part in an action
with British Regulars
the fighting qualities
of the provincial militia
that England could not hold
Her American colonies
Type of Memorial: Other
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