Sunday, May 29, 2016

Honor Roll Project - Memorial Day 2016 Contributors

Bedford, New Hampshire

The Honor Roll Project collects transcriptions and photographs of military monuments with the names of veterans.  These monuments can be found in parks, civic buildings, schools, and other places across the United States and in other countries.  You can see the complete list of Honor Roll contributions at this link:

The following volunteers have taken photos and transcribed thousands of names from monuments. It is a simple project, and these transcribed names online help to make the names of veterans available to search engines.  Family members searching online for genealogical or military information on relatives, ancestors or friends will be able to find these names and photos.

Here is this year's contributions for Memorial Day 2016.  Please thank them for their hard work and dedication by leaving comments on their individual blog posts.

Cathy Meder Dempsey, Mettendorf, Germany, WWI and WWII

Jeanne Bryan Isalaco,  West Haven High School, Connecticut, WWII

Barbara Poole,  Glastonbury, Connecticut, WWII

Andover, Massachusetts, Revolutionary War

Litchfield, New Hampshire, WWI and WWII

Rob Weir, Dover, NH Spanish American War Memorial

Anna Matthews, WWII Memorial, Rockville Centre, ,

Rockville Centre, NY. NY, WWI, Vietnam, Korea

Judy Granger, Springfield, NH – WWI

Wayne Blanchard,  Rockingham, Vermont, WW1

Bill West, Abington, Massachusetts,  WWI, WWII, Korea, Vietnam, Afganistan (updated list since 2013)

Leah Smith, West Brookfield, MA, WWI

John Tew,  Arlington County, Virginia, WWI, Korea, Vietnam, Afganistan and Iraq

Nicole Dyer,  Tucson, Arizona War Memorials and WWII Honor Roll

Jeanne Bryan Insalaco,  Shelton, CT – Plumb Memorial Library

Shelton, CT – Riverview Cemetery, WWI, Korea

Shelton, CT – Riverfront War Memorial, WWI, WWII, Korea, Vietnam,

Sara Campbell, Millers Falls Paper Company, Montague, Massachusetts, WWII

Christine McCloud, Norwalk, CT, Civil War

Deborah Lee Stewart - Leominster, MA - Vietnam

Dawn Williams-Kogutkiewicz,  Clark County, NV,  The Silent Heroes of the Cold War Monument  
Schalene Dagutis, Loudoun County, Virginia, Vietnam and War on Terrorism

Arlington County, Virginia, honor roll memorial for World War I, World War II, Korea, Vietnam, and the War on Terrorism

Prince William County, Virginia,, WWI, WWII, Korea, Vietnam, War on Terrorism

Mecklenburg County, Virginia, War Memorial in Clarksville, VA
Revolutionary War, War of 1812, Mexican War, Civil War, World War I, World War II, Korea, Vietnam, War on Terrorism

Pamlico County, North Carolina Honor Roll in Bayboro, NC
World War I, World War II, Korea, Vietnam, Merchant Marine

Craven County, North Carolina, honor roll on the grounds of the courthouse in New Bern honors the men and women from the county who died in World War I, World War II, Korea, Vietnam, and the War on Terrorism.

Wayne County Revolutionary War Plaque, Wayne County, West Virginia

Sharpsburg World War I Honor Roll, Sharpsburg, Washington, Maryland

Pittsfield, Massachusetts Civil War Monument

Berkshire County Vietnam War Memorial, Pittsfield, Berkshire, Massachusetts, Vietnam

Town of Lee Massachusetts James Burt Veterans Memorial Park honor rolls, World War I, World War II, Korea, Vietnam, Persian Gulf

Town of Berne World War II Honor Roll, Berne, Albany, New York, World War II

Hyde Park, Dutchess, New York - World War I, World War II, Korea, Vietnam, and the Persian Gulf, including the names of some Roosevelt family members.

Shalene also found an online website for the Alabama Hall of Honor Temple, with the transcribed names of over 11,000 Alabamians who lost their lives in WWI, WWII, Korea, Vietnam, Gulf War, Iraq, Afganistan and the War on Terrorism.!hall-of-honor/c5wc   

Heather Wilkinson Rojo, Bedford, New Hampshire, Spanish American War and WWI,

For a full list of five years of contributions, please visit The Honor Roll Project:

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