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Veterans Memorial - Rye, NH
Posted by: Groundspeak Premium Member silverquill
N 43° 00.663 W 070° 46.428
19T E 355444 N 4763568
Quick Description: This memorial to the veterans of Rye, New Hampshire, is located on the town green. It is a rectangular stone monument with brass plaques on four sides, and nothing mounted on the top.
Location: New Hampshire, United States
Date Posted: 4/8/2012 5:40:05 PM
Waymark Code: WME66V
Published By: Groundspeak Premium Member dejf75
Views: 1

Long Description:


DEDICATED
TO THE MEMORY
OF THE
MEN OF RYE
WHO FOUGHT IN THE
REVOLUTIONARY WAR
---------
WAR OF 1812
--------
CIVIL WAR


JOSEPH BERRY
ALBERT CASWELL
AUGUSTUS CASWELL
CHARLES CASWELL
GEORGE B CASWELL
HENRY N CASWELL
JOHN W CASWELL
WILLIAM CASWELL
LYMAN CLARK
NATHAN CLOUGH
JOHN H DOWNS
DANIEL M FOSS
ROBERT S FOSS
JOHN H FOYE
HOWARD FRISBEE
ARTHUR GOSS
JAMES W GOSS
LEVI HALL
ALBION J JENNESS
GEORGE W JOHNSON
ALFRED LANG
GEORGE N LANG
DANIEL D LOCKE
DAVID LOCKE
CHARLES I MACE
WOODBURY N MACE
WILLIAM T MATHES
OLIVER B PHILBRICK
AUGUSTUS Y RAND
EDWIN RAND
JOHN A RAND
JUDSON P RANDALL
JOSEPH J SEAVEY
ROBERT P SHAPLEY
WILLIAM H SHAPLEY
GILMAN N VARREL
ROBERT W VARREL
DANIEL WEBSTER

SPANISH WAR

EDWARD L JOHNSON - EVERETT CHICK







IN HONOR OF
THE RYE MEN
WHO SERVED THEIR COUNTRY
IN THE WAR OF 1917
ARTHUR L BROWN
CHARLES R BROWN
JAMES W BROWN
WILLIAM BROWN
PHILLIP D DAVIDSON
WILLARD H DRAKE
ERNEST C EATON
J RUSSELL ELWELL
DONALD L FINLAYSON
HERBERT O FOSS
RAY M FOSS
WALLACE H GARRETT
FORREST C JENNESS
HERBERT L JENNESS
MAURICE A JENNESS
THORNTON W JENNESS
BURLEIGH JOHNSON
HARRY R KELTCHNER
CALVIN W LEAR
THOMAS D McLAUGHLIN
ROLLO A MORTON
CHARLES W PARSONS
GEORGE F PARSONS
JOHN L PARSONS
GEORGE O PHILBRICK
MANNINC H PHILBRICK
SETH E RAND
WALLACE E RAND
ALBERT M REMICK
HAROLD REMICK
AUSTIN F REMICK
ERVIN C SEAVEY
MAURICE SMART
NORRIS TREFETHEN
PHILLIP W TUCKER
ERNEST V VARRELL
JESSE V WALKER
CARKABD F WYNOT
MAYNARD L YOUNG






Dedicated to the memory of
the Men and Women of Rye
Who Served our Nation in
World War II
Ralph E. Adams
Warren H. Allen, Jr.
Dalton E. Alley
Ralph J. Barr
Robert G. Barr
Linwood Harris Beal
Harry A. Beevers
Leland Berry
Norman E. Berry
Stanley Berry
Richard A. Berry
Henry S. Bonner
John T. Bonner
Paul H. Bonner
Paul H. Bonner, Jr.
Daniel Bonner
Lee Boucher
Armand J. Bourque, Jr
. Lindsey R. Brigham
Gerald Brittaney
Horace Broomfield
Lawrence H. Broomfield
Morris F. Broomfield
Shirley Vincent Brown
William G. Brown
Rober E. Buttrick
Elmer H. Byron
John C. Carberry
Frederick Carroll
John Carroll
Westerly B. Carroll
John L. Carver
Charles H. Caswell, Jr.
Clifford C. Caswell
Frank J. Casswell
Lloyd Caswell
Thurston Caswell
Warren Caswell
Henry Cavaretta
James Cavaretta, Jr.
Michael Cavaretta
Olympia Cavaretta
Clyde Charette, Jr.
Arnold E. Chick
Francis B. Christopher
Ernest E. Clarke
Dale Clayton
Rexford Clayton
Eric Colen
Richard Corso
George A. Couch
Robert Couture
Normand R. Couturier
Rev. Bertram Crocker
Geoge Crockett
Richard Crockett
Wendell Cummings
R. Dustin Currier
Fred M. Currier
Livingston R. Crawford
Norma L. Ciolek
Howard J. Dodge, Jr.
Paul E. Dollard
George Downs
Alvah C. Drake
Herbert R. Drake
Philip S. Drake
Edgar U. Duffney
Howard L. Dukeshire, Jr.
Walter Dunton
Lawrence E. Eaton
John R. Elwell
James B. Emerson
Marston S. Fenwick
Gearge G. Fernald
Russell T. Feuerhan
Herman Eugene Fogg
George E. Follett
Newton P. Foss
Bruce A. Funkerhouser, Jr.
Harold Gailey
George A. Garland, Jr.
George Goodwin
Norman C. Goodwin
Philip Goss
Richard P. Goss
Chester H. Gordon
Philip A. Gove
Karl Green, Jr.
Leighton R. Grover
George D. Hackett
John D. Hamilton
Charles F. Hanson
Richard Hardy
Albert Hathaway
William J. Hathaway
Calvin T. Hathaway
John P. Hayes, Jr.
Russell A. Hayes
Lloyd S. Haynes
Joseph Heaney, Jr.
Edward Herlihy
David John Herter
Ellsworth Hodgdon
Everett Hoffman, Jr.
George E. Holden
Leslie D. Hopkins
Lomar Humphreys
Florence Jenness
Irving W. Jenness
William R. Jenness
Charls H. Jessome
David E. Junkins
Nichola Katsanos
Eugene Keenan
John J. Keenan
Roland Keenan
William Keenan
Jean M.S. Lamarque
H. John LaRose



Hallie D. Larrabee
Wayne Larrabee
Daniel Lauletta
Valentine C. Lear
Grover Leighton
Melvin E. Libby
Robert E. Libby
Frederick Lippman, Jr.
Richard Locke
George T. Mahar
Harry E. Makin
Robert B. Marden
Herbert Marshall
Frank P. Mastan
Henry A. Melanson
Darl D. Melvin
Tolford James Melvin, Jr.
Donald E. Merriman
Robert B. McAfee
John W. McCue
Walter D. McLaughlin
William T. McLaughlin
Fred Miles
Thomas J. Montville
Charles E. Moody
George H. Moore
Robert H. Moore
William E. Moore, Jr.
Frederick Morrill, Jr.
Robert C. Morrill
Ernest R. Morris
John Morris
Thomas J. Morris
James Morrison, Jr.
William A. Moulton
George W. Moynahan
Lawrence Murphy
Carl Nash
Wallace Nelson
Robert G. Niles
Herman C. Odiorne
Kenneth Otis Odiorne
Evertte E. Parker
Donald G. Parsons
John W. Patrick
(Rev.) Alfred G. Peacock
Garland H. Peek
Walter S. Peek
Delwyn Philbrick
Emmons Brown Philbrick
George Philbrick, Jr.
Kenneth R. Philbrick
Manning H. Philbrick
Shirley Seavey Philbrick, Jr.
W. R. Philbrick
Frank M. Pickering, Jr.
Ruth Pierce
Lawrence E. Platte
Cornelius Quinn
Ned Sherman Rand, Jr.
Russell Rand
Thomas F. Rand
Wilford J. Rand
William O. Rawson
Robert J. Reardon
Artis F. Remick
Melvin S. Remick
Sherman Remick
Joseph G. Rayback
Harris M. Rogers
Lewis E. Robinson
Edward E. Sheafe
Robert W. Simpson
Alfred E.M. Siteman, Jr.
John Scully
Harold Sleeper
Maurice H. Smart
Robert E. Smart
Cederic Smith
Judson A. Spaulding
Howard L. Sprague
James K. Sprague
Nelson Sprague
Russell B. Stannard
Richard C. Staples
Lucille Sterling
Allen Sterling
Henry Stevens
Darvin R. Stone
Francis William Sykes
Donald C. Syphers
Robert Irving Thomas
Philip Trefethen
Justin F. Trueman
Harold Tucker
J. Lewis Tucker
Roger D. Tucker
William T. Ulmer
Philip W. Vennard
Wayne Vennard
Earl C. Walker
Frank I. Wargo
Charles P. Wendell
Chester Carlton West
Dr. Elmer D. West
George Linwood White
Harry A. White, Jr.
Russell White, Jr.
Autus T. Williams
George F. Williams
Mendarus Williams, Jr.
Stanley Williams
Walter E. Wilson
Walter E. Wilson, Jr.
Wesley G. Woodman
Ernest L. Worden
Nelson Worden
Stuart Wright
Maynard L. Young, Jr.
Type of Memorial: Multi-War Memorial

Wars mentioned (Multi-war only):
American Revolutionary War War of 1812 U.S. Civil War Spanish War World War I World War II


In Honor Of: IN HONOR OF THE RYE MEN WHO SERVED THEIR COUNTRY

Marker Text:
see detailed description above


Date of dedication: undated

Who Put it Here?: unknownn

Description of Memorial:
The monument s a rectangular stone monument with brass plaques on four sides, and nothing mounted on the top. It stands alone in a small green area in the center of town near the historic Congregational Church with adjoining cemetery which has graves dating back to the American Revolutionary War.


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