Monday, July 2, 2012

Bridgton, ME ~ World War I Honor Roll - Amanuensis Monday


This World War I monument stands at the northeast corner of the Portland Road and Main Street in Bridgton, Maine, on Rt. 302.




Bridgton World War Soldiers

Killed in Action

Allen, Leroy A.
Lopeman, Edward

Died in Service

Cross, Robert S.
Davis, W. Wallace
Reynolds, Earl
Stevens, John F.

Survivors

Abbott, George
Allen, Albion L.
Adams, H. Truman
Banks, Lawrence
Barker, Clarence
Bennett, Lester L.
Berry, Robert S.
Berry, Leroy
Berry, Donald
Blake, John H.
Burnell, Elmer E.
Burnell, Everett
Burnham, Harold N.
Chadbourne, George E.
Chadbourne, Delmar A.
Chadbourne, Clarence A.
Chandler, Perley G.
Cole, Alan R.
Cole, Philip P.
Cole, F. Owen
Childs, Elmer
Clark, Winton A.
Cockburn, David H.
Cockburn, John S.
Corson, Ben B.
Crosby, Leon
Davis, Arthur O.
Drowns, Philip
Douglass, Walter W.
Easton, Harold O.
Edwards, Charles C.
Emerson, Clifton A.
Emery, Charles
Evans, Herbert
Field, Robert L.
Flint, Lawrence
Fitton, Thomas
Fogg, Walter S.
Frisbie, Edward
Gallinari, Lazzaro
Gray, J. Frank
Gray, Robert
Gray, Homer
Gray, Luther S.
Gray, Lee G.
Greene, Melville W.
Haley, Aubrey
Halkett, Thomas
Heath, Maurice E.
Haggett, Russell B.
Hamblen, Maurice W.
Hamlin, James B.
Hamlin, William R.
Hayes, Harry H.
Hilton, Delos
Hill, Walter S.
Howard, Carroll P.
Ingalls, Everett P.
Ingalls, Ralph
Jensen, Christian M.
Kenniston, Frank
Kimball, George E.
Kimball, Ernest
Kimball, John
Knight, Charles F.
Knight, George
Knight, Robert R.
Knight, Samuel S.
Livingston, William T.
Larrabee, Raymond
Lombard, Herbert
Lopeman, Francis J.
Mabry, Irving E.
March, Ralph
Mayberry, Charles H.
Mayberry, Clarence
Mayberry, Ernest
Mead, Franklin
Merrill, Everett
Merrill, Gardner
Murphy, John
Moynihan, C. Leroy
Norton, Albert
Niceros, James T.
Oakley, Harry
Pembroke, William E.
Plunkett, Leo P.
Powers, Owen J.
Powers, James A.
Reynolds, Eugene
Richardson, Roland M.
Richardson, Rupert F.
Ridlon, Clifford L.
Riley, Rayburn
Robinson, Fred R.
Sargent, Roy
Sargent, Albert
Sargent, Edward
Sanborn, Willard C.
Sawyer, Roger
Seavey, Howard*
Smith, Glenn
Smith, Harry I.
Staley, Roy C., Jr.
Steadman, Donald
Stevens, Charles
Stevens, Ernest N.
Stevens, Victor R.
Stevens, Vivian
Stiles, Clifford
Thomes, Lawrence A.
Walker, Ernest
Weeks, Harold M.
Weymouth, Clarence
Weymouth, Charles H.
Weeman, William H.
Young, Oliver

Students Army Training Corps
Abbott, Harold K.
Chadbourne, Lyman H.
Clark, Merlin
Corson, Merton
Dunn, Gerald
Lester, Orlando
Walker, Carleton A.

*My grandfather
                                

1 comment:

  1. Great post! I'm adding it to my Veteran's Day rollup.

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