Norfolk World War I Monument

Norfolk World War I Monument (HMJSG)

Location: Norfolk, CT 06058 Litchfield County
Country: United States of America

N 41° 59.669', W 73° 12.132'

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Inscription
[ south plaque ]
1917 The World War 1918
In honor of those who gave and those
who offered their lives for liberty
the people of Norfolk have built
this monument and crowned it with
The Liberty Bell
in the faith that it will ring the
knell of war
and proclaim the brotherhood of man

[ lower left]
The bell was donated by Mary Eldridge
It is a careful reproduction of the
Original Liberty Bell in Independence Hall
[ lower right]
Dedicated Nov. 11, 1921 Monument Committee
Rev. John F. McDonald ? Richmond P. Paine
Alfredo S.C. Taylor ? Architect Fecit.
J.W. Fiske Iron Works, N.Y.

[ east plaque ]
The Men of Norfolk Who Served In
The World War
1917 - 1918
Concetto Bazzano · Joseph W. Benbow · Paul E. Blanchard · John L. Blow · John Bouchet · Eldridge Bridgman · Edmund Brown, Jr. · Charles M. Burr · John P. Byron · William Byron · Clarence R. Carter · Harold F. Carter · H. Cordis Carter · Carmelo Catinella · John Christinat · Dwight N. Clark · George L. Clark · Edward Costello · Michael Costello · John J. Curtiss · Lester M. Curtiss · William H. Curtiss · Clarence J. DeMars · Harry C. DeMars · Maurice F. Dutcher · Mulford J. Dutcher · Florence Fields · John Garrity · Albert W. Green · George A. Green
Died In Service
Paul Bouchet · Walter G. Caul · Thomas Costello · Jeremiah Leahy · Wilbur Lefeber · Harry L. Mansfield · James A. Moore · Joseph Roberts

[ west plaque ]
The Men of Norfolk Who Served In
The World War
1917 - 1918
Frank R. Horton · Lyle P. Humphrey · J. Henry Jordan · William A. Jordan · Hiram P. Lawrence · Thomas Leahy · Vincenzo Logiudice · Daniel J. Mahoney · Matthew J. Mahoney · Charles McCarthy · Eugene T. McCarthy · Ian McVicar · John E. Moore · Thomas Morris · George Nash · Joseph P. O'Connell · Harold L. Parker · Francesco Pistritto · Frederick L. Preston · Fred Roberts · Lester E. Roberts · Harry E. Root · Lester B. Root · Reginald Rowland · William Saunders · Louis F. Schmeltz · Harold D. Scoville · Stanley J. Scoville · Herbert M. Soule · James B. Spaulding · William F. Stearns Jr. · Ellis Sylvernale · Neal Sylvernale · Perry M. Sylvernale · William F. Tobin · Lawrence Trask · Antonio Vernale · Sebastiano Vernale · Richard J. Whalen · Abraham L. Williams · Joseph R. Williams
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HM NumberHMJSG
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Year Placed1921
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Date Added Friday, October 10th, 2014 at 3:55am PDT -07:00
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UTM (WGS84 Datum)18T E 648904 N 4650726
Decimal Degrees41.99448333, -73.20220000
Degrees and Decimal MinutesN 41° 59.669', W 73° 12.132'
Degrees, Minutes and Seconds41° 59' 40.14" N, 73° 12' 7.92" W
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Area Code(s)860
Closest Postal AddressAt or near 1-9 North St, Norfolk CT 06058, US
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