Tuesday, June 15, 2021

Molly Reid Memorial, Londonderry, New Hampshire

 


BIRTHPLACE OF

MARY WOODBURN

WIFE OF

GEN. GEO. REID

1735 - 1823

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GEN. STARK SAID OF HER

"IF THERE IS A WOMAN IN

NEW HAMPSHIRE FIT FOR

GOVERNOR, IT IS

             MOLLY REID."

ERECTED BY MOLLY REID

CHAPTER D.A.R.

1899



This monument to Molly Reid is located on High Range Road in Londonderry, New Hampshire, on private property (but visible by the roadside) between Parmenter Road and MacIntosh Road.  She was the wife of General George Reid, who lived in Londonderry (now the part that is Derry) and who fought the American Revolution in Lexington, Concord, Bunker Hill, Trenton, Saratoga, Monmouth,  and with George Washington in Yorktown.  

George Reid was a farmer, who married Mary Woodburn in 1765.  They had five children, Mary Boyd Reid Dinsmoor (d. 1834), James Reid (1767 - 1827), John Reid (1771 - 1834), George Reid (1774 - 1848), and Elizabeth Reid McGregor (1776 - 1847).  The Reid family is buried at Forest Hill Cemetery, and follow the link below to see a blog post with photographs of the Reid family plot.  

Mary Woodburn was the daughter of John Woodburn, an Irish immigrant, and Mary Boyd of Londonderry.  Their farm and homestead was located near the memorial on High Range Road. Their home was a garrison, which was never needed because Londonderry was never attacked by the French or the native people of the area.  Mary (Molly) was born 7 April 1734/5 and died on her birthday in 1823, aged 88 years.   John Woodburn is also buried at Forest Hill in Derry. 


For the truly curious:

The Molly Reid Chapter DAR website:   http://mollyreid.nhsodar.org/    

A 2012 blog post with the gravestone of General George Reid and Mary Reid, buried at Forest Hill Cemetery in Derry, New Hampshire:   https://nutfieldgenealogy.blogspot.com/2012/04/tombstone-tuesday-revolutionary-war.html    


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To Cite/Link to this post:  Heather Wilkinson Rojo, "Molly Reid Memorial, Londonderry, New Hampshire", Nutfield Genealogy, posted June 15, 2021, ( https://nutfieldgenealogy.blogspot.com/2021/06/molly-reid-memorial-londonderry-new.html: accessed [access date]). 

Monday, June 14, 2021

Flag Day 2021

 


Happy Flag Day!
This flag is located in front of the Hancock, New Hampshire Town Hall

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To Cite/Link to this post: Heather Wilkinson Rojo, "Flag Day 2021", Nutfield Genealogy, posted June 14, 2021, ( https://nutfieldgenealogy.blogspot.com/2021/06/flag-day-2021.html: accessed [access date]). 

Tuesday, June 8, 2021

Derry History Mural, extended!

 


Two years ago I posted about the first phase of the Derry History Mural, which was started in honor of the 200th anniversary of Nutfield, New Hampshire.  You can read that first post HERE.  Recently, we revisited the mural to photograph the new section, which was painted last year during the pandemic on the wall of the Cask and Vine perpendicular to Broadway.  


This new mural added some of the pets (dogs, cats, even a goat) of Derry residents along the bottom of the first panel, and some more recent Derry history.  There is a moon with Alan Shepard's space capsule, a view of Broadway and some of the historic buildings and businesses, and landmarks such as Pinkerton Academy, Beaver Lake, Hood farm, and the horse fountain that was removed to MacGregor Park in 2019.  The mural can be seen as pedestrians and bikes travel along the rail trail that crosses Broadway.  






For the truly curious:

My 2020 blog post on the first phase of the Derry History Mural:

https://nutfieldgenealogy.blogspot.com/2020/10/derry-new-hampshire-history-mural.html   

Derry News, "History Continues in next phase of Derry Mural Project", August 26, 2020  https://www.derrynews.com/news/history-continues-in-next-phase-of-derry-mural-project/article_b502a121-b196-52de-9fb0-9f46d3da3d24.html  

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To Cite/Link to this blog post:  Heather Wilkinson Rojo, "Derry History Mural, extended!", Nutfield Genealogy, posted June 8, 2020, ( https://nutfieldgenealogy.blogspot.com/2021/06/derry-history-mural-extended.html: accessed [access date]). 

Wednesday, June 2, 2021

A Horse and Sulky at Pinkerton Academy - Weathervane Wednesday

 This weathervane was photographed above the cupola on the red barn behind the Stearns House on the Pinkerton Academy campus in Derry, New Hampshire. It is not visible from the road, but you can view it from the parking lot of the Stearns building or from the athletic fields on the hill beside it.  The Stearns House is located at 19 North Main Street (Bypass Route 28), next to the new historical marker.  


This is a fine three dimensional weathervane featuring a running horse, a driver and a sulky.   Harness racing was a big deal in this area until a few years ago when the Rockingham Race Track closed in nearby Salem, New Hampshire.  I used to see sulkies on the local roads in Londonderry, training the horses.  A sulky is a small cart with two wheels and a only one seat for a driver.  Both horses and dogs were trained for harness racing using sulkies.  Harness racing goes back to ancient times - just think of the Roman chariots and the ancient Egyptians!

The Stearns House on the Pinkerton campus is used as an administrative building.  It was formerly the headmaster's office, and is now a visitor center. 

There is a link below to another weathervane featuring a sulky and driver, photographed in 2012 in Windham, New Hampshire, just south of Derry.  



For the truly curious:

An old blog post about Pinkerton Academy: 

 https://nutfieldgenealogy.blogspot.com/2014/04/200th-anniversary-of-pinkerton-academy.html  

Another "Weathervane Wednesday" featuring a horse and sulky from 2012:

https://nutfieldgenealogy.blogspot.com/2012/04/weathervane-wednesday-horse-and-sulky.html  

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To Cite/Link to this post:  Heather Wilkinson Rojo, "A Horse and Sulky at Pinkerton Academy - Weathervane Wednesday", Nutfield Genealogy, posted June 2, 2021, (  https://nutfieldgenealogy.blogspot.com/2021/06/a-horse-and-sulky-at-pinkerton-academy.html: accessed [access date]).  

Monday, May 31, 2021

Wrentham, Massachusetts World War I Honor Roll

 


This  World War I honor roll in Wrentham, Massachusetts was transcribed by Sandra Dahlfred from an old newspaper article.  It is not located with the other military honor rolls on Wrentham Common, but it is at the intersection of South, Franklin and Bank Streets. The photo of this flagpole and honor roll plaque was taken from Google Streetview.  

This bronze flagpole base is decorated with sphinxes on each cor­ner and wreaths beneath inscriptions on each side. On the top is a tulip-shaped holder for the flagpole. It was created by Joseph G. Cowell of Wrentham and Gorham Manufacturing Company of Providence, Rhode Island, and dedicated in 1924 to honor the Wrentham citizens who served in WWI.

TABLET FACING SOUTH STREET

Dedicated to the Citizens of Wrentham Who Served in the World War, 1917 – 1918

TABLET FACING TOWN HALL

GEORGE J. BATCH

PERCY R. BARNARD

GEORGE O. BARTLETT

H. LARNED BARTLETT

RAYMOND S. BENNETT

PHILIP BRICK

LEON I. BROWN

SAMUEL E. CARON

ALEXANDER CAULDWELL

CLIFFORD A. COOPER

FREDERICK S. COWDEN

EDWARD D.H. DAVIS

DICKRAN DIRAN *

PATRICK J. DOLAN

HARRY T. DOWNES

WALTER E. DUFFY

LESTER J. DUNHAM

EMERY J. DUNTON

MERRILL N. FALK

LESLIE H. FISHER

GEORGE R. GASKELL

EMMA E. GEORGE

FRED J. HEATH

CHESTER W. HICKS

WALTER T. HOGARTH

FRANKLIN B. HURD

EDWARD C. JONES

 

TABLET FACING FRANKLIN STREET

ANTHONY J. KAPUS

JOHN H. KENNEDY JR.

CHARLES D. LEONARD

WALTER L. LEONARD

CARL F. LINDELL

CHARLES E. LORD

GEORGE R. LONGEE

HAROLD G. MACDOUGALL

GEORGE W. MACINNIS *

DANIEL H. MACLEAN

WALKER B. MASON *

GEORGE A. MCCAUL

ROBERT MCCLAIN

JOHN Q. MCDONNELL

THOMAS S. MCDONNELL

JOSEPH W. MCEWEN

ARTHUR V. MILLER

BRUCE H. MILLER

CHARLES A. MITCHELL

THOMAS J. MORAN

WALLACE MORRILL

J. ELMER NEWELL

EDWIN O. OUTHOUSE

HOWARD B. PARKER

CHARLES E. PERRY

LEWIS F. PERRY JR.

THEODORE G. PETERSEN

 

TABLET FACING BANK STREET

PASQUALE PIRONE

FRANKLIN PORTER

THOMAS M. PROCTOR

WILLIAM PROVENCHER

DEXTER RANDALL

WALDO S. REED

EARL M. RHODES *

LEO F. RICHARDSON

JOHN A. ROWLEY

HOWARD C. RYAN

THOMAS F. RYAN

JAMES F. SHAUNNESSY

HERBERT O. SHEPARD

FRANK E. SNOW JR.

ELMO A. STEEVES

HUGH J. STEWART

HERBERT O. THURSTON

CARL F. VIRCHOW

GEORGE L. VOGEL

HERBERT E. VREELAND

JOHN A. WARREN

HIRAM M. WEBBER

KARL D. WEBBER

THURE H. WEBER

RALPH W. WHIPPLE

RICHARD E. WHITAKER

WILLIS G. WRIGHT

ELMER A. YOUNG

 

*GOLD STAR


Memorial Day 2021 Contributions to The Honor Roll Project

Hancock, New Hampshire

This Memorial Day 2021 we have contributions from Connecticut, Indiana, Massachusetts and New Hampshire .  The volunteers were Richard Marsh, Christine McCloud, Sandra Molloy Dahfred, Jenny Hawran, Amanda Pape, and Jeanne Isalaco.  We are adding names and photos from four states.  

The Honor Roll project collects transcriptions of the names of the veterans on military honor rolls seen in parks, schools, public buildings, books and other places all over the USA and abroad.  You can read the complete list at this link:

https://honorrollproject.weebly.com  

Twice a year, for Memorial Day and Veteran’s Day, genealogy bloggers photograph and transcribe these honor rolls, and publish them on the internet.   The act of transcribing these names makes them available to be found by search engines such as Google, Yahoo, and others.  Family members searching for genealogical or military information on relatives, ancestors or friends will be able to see the honor rolls, read the names, and learn about their family’s military history.

It is a simple, easy project.  However, it brings unexpected joy to searchers who did not know their ancestors were in the military, or did not know the specific military history, or sometimes they did not even know the town where their ancestors lived.  Seeing their family member’s name on an honor roll can be the beginning of finding more genealogy data, military records and historical information.

Honor Roll Project Memorial Day 2021 Contributions:

Connecticut

New Haven, Wooster Square, WWII by Jeanne Isalaco

https://everyonehasafamilystorytotell.wordpress.com/2021/05/25/connecticut-war-memorials/ 

Norwalk,  Shea-Magrath Memorial at Calf Pature Beach, by Christine McCloud

https://beautifulwatergenealogy.wordpress.com/2021/05/23/honor-roll-project-shea-magrath-memorial-part-1/ 

Windsor, WWII by Jenny Hawran

https://like-herding-cats.com/2020/10/deerfield-globe-world-war-ii-memorial-windsor-connecticut/

 

Indiana

Paoli, Orange County, War Memorial WWI, WWII, Korea, Vietnam, by Amanda Pape

https://abt-unk.blogspot.com/2021/05/military-monday-orange-county-indiana.html

 

Massachusetts

Franklin,  WWII, WWI, Spanish-American, Revolutionary War by the Franklin Historical Museum

https://www.franklinmuseum1778.com/copy-of-home-1   

Wrentham, Civil War by Sandra Dahlfred and Richard Marsh

https://nutfieldgenealogy.blogspot.com/2021/05/wrentham-massachusetts-civil-war-honor.html   

Wrentham, WWI, by Sandra Dahlfred

https://nutfieldgenealogy.blogspot.com/2021/05/wrentham-massachusetts-world-war-i.html  

Wrentham, WWI, by Sandra Dahlfred and Richard Marsh

https://nutfieldgenealogy.blogspot.com/2021/05/wrentham-massachusetts-world-war-ii.html   

Wrentham, Korean and Vietnam Wars, by Sandra Dahlfred and Richard Marsh

https://nutfieldgenealogy.blogspot.com/2021/05/wrentham-massachusetts-korean-war-and.html  

 

New Hampshire

Chester, Spanish American and WWI by Heather Wilkinson Rojo

https://nutfieldgenealogy.blogspot.com/2020/11/chester-new-hampshire-military-honor.html   

Hancock, WWII, Korea, Vietnam by Heather Wilkinson Rojo

https://nutfieldgenealogy.blogspot.com/2021/05/hancock-new-hampshire-military-honor.html    


Friday, May 28, 2021

Wrentham, Massachusetts World War II Honor Roll

This honor roll for the World War II veterans of Wrentham, Massachusetts was transcribed by Sandy Dahfred, and photographed by Richard S. Marsh.  They both submitted it for inclusion in the Honor Roll Project website:  https://honorrollproject.weebly.com/  


MEMORIAL HONOR ROLL WORLD WAR II

“FOREVER HONOUR’D. FOREVER MOURN’D.”

HOMER

1941 – 1945

ALCINDA P. DEAGUIAR

ERWIN G. AMES

*KENNETH S. AMES

CHARLES H. AMOR

ROBERT T. ANDREW

WILLIAM J. ASHE

WILLIAM ASTILL

EUGENE AUDETTE

GORDON M. BARKER

HORACE C. BARKER

KENNETH R. BATTLES

GEORGE L. BEALS

WILLIAM A. BEALS

JOSEPH P. BEAUDETTE

MARIANO A. BERNARDINI

ALEXANDER M. BERNSTEIN

*JOHN L. BISHOP

CLARENCE M. BLAISDELL

JOHN D. BLAISDELL

EUGENE F. BROOKS

LEROY N. BROWN

RICHARD A. BROWN

KENNETH O. BRYANT

OWEN M. BRYANT

*DAVID BULLUKIAN

FRANK W. BURNS

THOMAS F. BURNS

CHARLES W. BURT

ROBERT H. CAIRNS

ALDEN D. CALDER

MARIO C. CALZOLARI

CHARLES W. CAPRON, JR.

ALBERT CARBONEY

DONALD CARLANDER

HAROLD E. CARLANDER

*PAUL R. CARLANDER

CARL G. CARLSON

ROGER G. CARPENTER

*ALBERT G. CARTIER

ROLAND CARTIER

GEORGE C. CHAPIN

EUGENE F. CLAPP

GEORGE CLERC

RENE CLERC

SIDNEY E. CLEVELAND

GUSTAVUS COLLETTO

HENRY A. COLLETTO

JOHN L. COLLETTO

CHARLES F. COLTON

BERNARD E. CONROY

CHRISTOPHER CONTOS

FREDERICK E. COOK

HENRY T. COOK

JASON C. COOK

JOSEPH B. COOK

THOMAS F. COYLE

EARLE D. CROSBY

PERRY E. CURTIS

RICHARD L. CURTIS

WARREN P. DAVIS

CLIFTON F. DEXTER

ARMANDO B. DIMATTEO

JOHN W. DOWDING, JR.

HAROLD L. DRAKE

JOSEPH A. DUFFY

*THEODORE ELLSWORTH

EDBURY R. ENEGREN, JR.

MARJORIE ENEGREN

ROBERT W. ENEGREN

TRUMAN ESAU

A. HARRISON EWING, JR.

WILLIAM L. FALK

ROGER M. FARRAR

JOHN J. FIELDS

IRVING C. FISHER

JAMES R. FITZGERALD

JOHN R. FITZGERALD

ELMER D. FLEMMING

FREDERICK W. FOLEY

EARL E. FORAND

EDWARD W. FORSYTH

GEORGE C. FRALEIGH

RICHARD J. FREIN

HOWARD E. FULLER

REED C. FULTON

NORMAN B. GARDNER

RAYMOND C. GARDNER

ALLAN W. GEORGE

MURRAY W. GEORGE

RALPH H. GEORGE

RAYMOND H. GEORGE

ELLSWORTH GIFFORD

DONALD R. GILMORE

VELMA A. GIRELIUS

LEO J. GLADU

PHILIP L. GLINES

ARMAND GOMES

FREDERICK L. GOODWIN

RUPERT H. GOULD

EMILE J. GOULET

SYLVIA N. GOULET

FRED T. GRANT

JOHN W. GREENE

WALTER O. GRIFFEN

FRANK W. GUILD, JR.

LEWIS W. GUISS

ALFRED E. HALEY

EVERETT A. HATT

*LLOYD E. HATT

FREDERICK A. HEFFRON

FREDERICK P. HEINZ, JR.

RUSSELL E. HEMMINGSEN

SAMUEL HEYMAN

WALTER M. HOBBS

ARTHUR F. HOFFMAN

GEORGE E. HOFFMAN

GEORGE G. HOFFMAN

ROGER W. HOMER

EDWIN B. HOOPER

CHESTER L. HUME

LAWRENCE G. HUME

DWIGHT T. HUSSEY, JR.

JAMES P. IRVING

NELSON C. IRVING

MARIUS B. JANSEN

CHARLES H. JENEST

HOMER C. JENEST

JOHN G. JENEST

WILLIAM J. JONES

LUTHER V. KARNES

JAMES J. KEARNEY

STEPHEN W. KEIGHLEY

THOMAS J. KENNEDY

RUTH N. KENNEY

CLARENCE V. KENRICK

DONALD H. KIRKTON

JOHN J. KLEINKAUF

HENRY B. KNOX

ARTHUR LALLY

*WILLIAM C. LALLY

RICHARD A. LAMBERT

JAMES L. LARSEN

HINMAN D. LATTER

KNOWLES B. LAWRENCE

MAURICE J. LEMAIRE

JOHN LEWICKI

THADDEUS A. LEWICKI

FRANCIS R. L’HERAULT

HAROLD R. LOCKWOOD

JOHN W. LOCKWOOD

ROY M. LOCKWOOD

MARVIN C. LUDWIG

JAMES T. LUND

JOHN LUND

WALTER G. LYNAM

FREDERICK J. LYNCH

JOHN P. LYNCH, JR.

ROBERT C. LYNCH

DAVID G. MACCABE

JOSEPH G. MACCABE

JOHN A. MACMAHON

FREDERICK A. MADER

ROBERT C. MADER

GEORGE F. MAGLOTT, JR.

SYLVESTER R. MAGLOTT

ALBERT E. MAGNUSON

GORDON MARCHANT

GARDNER MASSIE

GEORGE MAVRIDES

PAUL F. MCAVOY

WALTER E. MCAVOY

RAYMOND T. MCCARTHY

MARTIN H. MCDONALD

WILLIAM T. MCDONALD

CARROLL L. MCDOWELL

DANIEL F. MCELHINNEY

JOHN F. MCELHINNEY

JOHN W. MCENTEE

CATHERINE M. MCGARRY

FRANCIS T. MCGARRY

RUSSEL MCGILLAN

ERNEST M. MELBYE

ALLAN L. MERCHANT

ELSIE J. METCALF

FRANK L. METCALF

JOHN S. METCALF

RUTH H. METCALF

JOSEPH G. MIDDLETON

DONALD F. MITCHELL

ALBERT A. MORELAND, JR.

IRVING J. MORGAN

ROBERT J. MORIARTY

FREDERICK J. MORRIS

HOWARD A. MOULTON, JR.

BARBARA G. MULLEN

PAUL R. MULLEN

JOHN J. MURRAY

EARL L. MYERS

JOHN A. NASH, JR.

ROBERT H. NELSON

ARTHUR E. OLSEN

EVERETT O. OLSEN

VERNE H. OLSEN

WALLACE E. OLSON

ANDREW B. ORDWAY

CHARLES E. PAINE

NORMAN A. PALMER

WILLIAM L. PALMER

HAROLD E. PARKER

NORMAN J. PARKHURST

FRANK R. PASQUANTONIO

*GEORGE J. PASQUANTONIO

GEORGE E. PASSEY

EDWARD A. PEATFIELD

EARL W. PECK

KENDRICK R. PERRY

LEWIS F. PERRY, 3RD

BRONISLAW PETECKI

EDWARD E. POLES

ALLAN R. POLLOCK

FRANCIS L. PORTER

ROBERT POTTLE

CURTIS K. PROBERT

ERNEST H. PROBERT

ROSE M. PROTEAU

WILLIAM PROTEAU

DANIEL R.W. QUIRK

BRADLEY H. RAYMOND

LOEL A. RAYMOND

*THURBER C. RAYMOND

GEORGE M. REDDING

EDWARD R. RHYNARD

HAROLD C. RICHARDSON

DEAN W. RILEY

FRANCES L. RILEY

JOSEPH A. RILEY, JR.

EDWARD F. ROBERTSON

FRED G. ROBERTSON

JOHN J. ROONEY

ALBERT ROSATO

GUY ROSATO

ROBERT J. ROSS

ROBERT J. ROSS

NORMAN J. ROWELL

RUSSELL E. ROWELL

WILLARD H. ROWELL, JR.

WARD A. ROY

FREDERICK C. RUSSELL

JOHN J. SANTOS

HAROLD C. SARGENT

ROBERT L. SCHURMAN

BENJAMIN H. SHANKER

JAMES G. SHEARER

GEORGE M. SHEPARD

ALDEN A. SHERWIN, JR.

EDITH L. SIDELINGER

EDWARD P. SIMANO

LAURENCE V. SNOW

WALTER R. SODERQUIST

WALTER J. SORROW, 3RD

CHARLES W. SPRAGUE

*RICHARD L. STARKEY

DAVID T. STEERE

ARTHUR W. STEVENS

RODNEY L. STONE

GEORGE P. STREECHON

WILLIAM F. STRINGER

ROBERT A. THOMAS

DAVID L. THOMPSON

JOSEPH B. THOMPSON

ROBERT TOPHAM

ARCHIE R. TOZIAN

HAIG J. TOZIAN

HAROLD B. TUPPER

LAVERNE F. UMBS

LAMBERT VINCENT

JEAN VOGEL

JOSEPH E. WARDNER, JR.

JOHN H. WARREN

OTTO A. WARREN

PETER J. WATROPSKI

MERTON S. WATTERS

MILTON A. WEINSTEIN

SELIG WEINSTEIN

STANLEY C. WELTON

GILBERT E. WHEELER

MARK C. WHEELOCK

RALPH M. WHIPPLE

GEORGE G. WHITE

JAMES WIGNALL, JR.

GLADYS WILLARD

VIRGIL WILLARD

HENRY M. WILLIAMS

CHARLES F. WINTER

GEORGE E. WINTER

WILFRID M. WINTER

ROBERT R. WOLFE

HENRY K. WOMBACHER

ELIOT D. WOOD

ELVIN F. WOOD

GEORGE H. WOOD

THOMAS A. WOOD

ALBERT H. WOODWARD

NORMAN F. WOOLFORD

DAVID D. WYLLIE

EDWIN J. WYLLIE

LLOYD I. WYLLIE

ROBERT H. WYLLIE

ELMER S. YEATON

SETH A. YEATON, JR.

RUSSELL M. YOUNG

TOWN OF WRENTHAM

 

THURBER RAYMOND

THOMAS J. MANNING, JR.

FRANK W. JORDAN

WILLIAM F. MORIARTY

RICHARD BLAISDELL

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To Cite/Link to this post:  Sandy Dahlfred, Richard S. Marsh, Heather Wilkinson Rojo, "Wrentham, Massachusetts World War II Honor Roll", Nutfield Genealogy, posted May 28, 2021, ( https://nutfieldgenealogy.blogspot.com/2021/05/wrentham-massachusetts-world-war-ii.html: accessed [access date]. 

Wednesday, May 26, 2021

Chester, New Hampshire Military Honor Roll Spanish American War and World War I

 This honor roll was photographed on the common at Chester, New Hampshire.


ROLL OF HONOR
ERECTED BY
THE TOWN OF CHESTER
IN APPRECIATION OF THOSE WHO SERVED
IN THE SPANISH AND WORLD WAR.

SPANISH WAR
CHARLES E. COOK

WORLD WAR
FREDERICK C. BARTLETT
WAYLAND J. BERRY
WALTER S. BROWN
BERT R. CAMMETT
*JAMES M. FORSAITH
HANS A. HANSON
*WILLIAM A. HOLLAND
WALTER E. HOLMES
RAYMOND KOURIAN
JAMES MAGUIRE
WALTER W. MAGUIRE
*EMERSON P. MAPLE
CLARENCE H. McCULLY
ALLEN O. PARKER
CLIFFORD E. RICHARDSON
HARTWELL H. ROBERTS
VICTOR B. SPOLLETT
PERCY S. STOWE
CHARLES C. WARREN
*HOWARD F. WEST
HOWARD A. WOODARD
LEROY S. WOODARD

RED CROSS NURSE
LILLIAN S. MACINTOSH
1932
                                   *DIED IN SERVICE



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Cite/Link to this post: Heather Wilkinson Rojo, "Chester, New Hampshire Military Honor Roll Spanish American War and World War I", Nutfield Genealogy, posted May 27, 2021, ( https://nutfieldgenealogy.blogspot.com/2021/05/chester-new-hampshire-military-honor.html: accessed [access date]).