World War I Monument — Leonardtown

World War I Monument — Leonardtown (HM16MM)

Location: Leonardtown, MD 20650 St Mary's County
Country: United States of America

N 38° 17.451', W 76° 38.155'

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Gloria Pro Patria In Armis Contendere

This Monument is gratefully erected by the citizens of St. Mary's County in honor of her heroes in the World War 1917-1918 and dedicated to this 11th day of November 1921

Gloria Pro Patria Mori

The Names on this monument are those who made the supreme sacrifice

* White *
William J. Briscoe, Private Headquarters Company 313th Regiment American Expeditionary Forces, Killed in Action France, 9-26-18

Edward Briscoe Croker, Seaman U.S.N. American Expeditionary Forces, Died at Sea, 11-30-18

George F. Foote, Private 39th Aero Squadron, Died Waco Texas, 1-8-18

Benj. H. Goddard, Wagoner, Headquarters Company 312the Machine Gun Battalion American Expeditionary Forces, Died, France, 2-24-19

Arthur L. Goode, Corporal Company L 115th Regiment American Expeditionary Forces, Killed in Action, France 8-31-19

Samuel Hammett, Water Tender, U.S.S. Iowa, Died New York. 5-10-19

Lewis P. Heard Wagoner, Supply Company 310th Regiment American Expeditionary Forces Died, France, 10-8-18

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Norman E. Long Corporal Company D 115th Regiment American Expeditionary Forces Died from wounds, France, 9-17-18

John F. Norris, Private Company B 312th Machine Gun Battalion American Expeditionary Forces, Died, France, 10-14-18

James A. Pilkerton, Private Company K 4th Regiment American Expeditionary Forces, Killed in Action, France, 6-21-18

William Schindler, Private Company H 316th Regiment American Expeditionary Forces, Killed in Action, France, 9-16-18

George E. Stewart, Private Company D 312th Machine Gun Battalion American Expeditionary Forces, Died, France 10-14-18

Howard J. Swann, Private Company 3 301st Regiment American Expeditionary Forces, Died, France 2-14-18
Joseph Tennison, Corporal Company B 215th Regiment American Expeditionary Forces,Killed by Sniper, France

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Charles E. Thompson, Private Battery E 310th. Regiment American Expeditionary Forces, Died France, 11-15-17

Joseph X. Thompson, Private 17th Regiment, Died, Camp Meade, 10-20-18

Harry W. Wilmer, 1st Lieutenant 20th Aero Squadron, American Expeditionary Forces, Killed in Action, France, 10-10-18


* Colored *
Raymond G. Briscoe, Private 16th Company 154th Depot Brigade. Died Camp Meade, 10-7-18

H. H. Branson, Private Company A 333rd Labor Battalion American Expeditionary Forces, Died France, 1-23-18

Thomas Briscoe, Private 16th Company 154th Depot Brigade, Died, Camp Meade, 10-11-18

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Clarence R. Casine, Private Company 13 154th Depot Brigade, Died, Camp Meade, 10-11-18

James E. Cole, Private 16th Company 154th Depot Brigade, Died Camp Meade, 10-11-18

William B. Curtis, Private Company F. 811th Pioneer Regiment, Died, Camp Dix 10-5-18

John A .Edson, Private Battery A. 351st Regiment Died, New York, 3-3-19

William J. Gantt, Private Company G. 811th Pioneer Regiment, Died Camp Dix, 9-26-18

James Somerville, Private American Expeditionary Forces, Killed in Action France

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Date Added Thursday, October 23rd, 2014 at 6:05am PDT -07:00
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UTM (WGS84 Datum)18S E 356935 N 4239352
Decimal Degrees38.29085000, -76.63591667
Degrees and Decimal MinutesN 38° 17.451', W 76° 38.155'
Degrees, Minutes and Seconds38° 17' 27.06" N, 76° 38' 9.30" W
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Area Code(s)202, 301, 240
Closest Postal AddressAt or near 22697 Washington St, Leonardtown MD 20650, US
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