Category Archives: Connecticut – War Memorials

Connecticut War Memorials: Riverview Cemetery, Shelton CT

Connecticut War Memorials Riverview Cemetery, Shelton, CT. The Riverview Cemetery is located on RT. 10 in Shelton, CT. The Riverview Cemetery  honors six soldiers who died in the World Wars and buried overseas. Korean Campaign: Ernest W. Ledger, Jr. Corporal … Continue reading

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Connecticut War Memorials: Riverfront Memorial – Shelton, CT.

Connecticut War Memorials Shelton Riverfront War Memorial: Shelton, CT. Angelo Terlizzi      USN George Amaral      USA Louis J. Beatrice     USA Anthony Bilotto      USA Dante A. Buccelly       USA AF John J. … Continue reading

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Connecticut War Memorials – Plumb Memorial Library War Memorial – Shelton CT.

Connecticut War Memorials – Plumb Memorial Library War Memorial Shelton, CT. Shelton honors the veterans of World War II with a bronze plaque outside the Plumb Memorial Library Louis J. Beatrice Anthony Bilotto Dante A. Buccelly Louis J. Cuda John … Continue reading

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Vietnam Veteran’s Memorial

Vietnam Veterans Memorial New Haven, CT. I yearly contribute to the Honor Roll Project of  Heather Wilkinson Rojo – the purpose is to photograph and transcribe Veteran names for family research. Heather’s Blog can be found at http://nutfieldgenealogy.blogspot.com/…/would-you-like-to-c… This memorial is located at the … Continue reading

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New Haven Green Flag Pole Memorial Honoring World War I

New Haven Green Flag Pole Memorial Honoring World War I I yearly contribute to the Honor Roll Project of  Heather Wilkinson Rojo – the purpose is to photograph and transcribe Veteran names for family research. Heather’s Blog can be found at http://nutfieldgenealogy.blogspot.com/…/would-you-like-to-c… This 1928 … Continue reading

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9th Regiment Connecticut Volunteers 1861 -1865

I yearly contribute to the Honor Roll Project of  Heather Wilkinson Rojo – the purpose is to photograph and transcribe Veteran names for family research. Heather’s Blog can be found at http://nutfieldgenealogy.blogspot.com/…/would-you-like-to-c… 9th Regiment Connecticut Volunteers 1861 -1865 The 9th Regiment Infantry was better … Continue reading

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Cemetery Sunday: St. Bernard’s Cemetery – West Haven, CT.

Cemetery Sunday: November 16, 2014 What took me to this cemetery today was a Civil War Memorial; I saw it from the road the other day so I planned a return trip, although it was overcast. But often an overcast day is … Continue reading

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WORLD WAR II Memorial at Noyes Field

I yearly contribute to the Honor Roll Project of  Heather Wilkinson Rojo – the purpose is to photograph and transcribe Veteran names for family research. Heather’s Blog can be found at http://nutfieldgenealogy.blogspot.com/…/would-you-like-to-c… World War II Memorial at Noyes Field, West Haven, CT. Dedicated to … Continue reading

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Wallingford World War I Monument

I yearly contribute to the Honor Roll Project of  Heather Wilkinson Rojo – the purpose is to photograph and transcribe Veteran names for family research. Heather’s Honor Roll page can be found at Honor Roll Project. If you would like to contribute, information … Continue reading

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The Soldiers’ and Sailors’ Monument – East Rock: New Haven, CT.

I yearly contribute to the Honor Roll Project of  Heather Wilkinson Rojo – the purpose is to photograph and transcribe Veteran names for family research. Heather’s Blog can be found at http://nutfieldgenealogy.blogspot.com/…/would-you-like-to-c… The Soldiers’ and Sailors’ Monument – East Rock: New Haven, CT. This … Continue reading

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