Saturday, 24 May 2014

Honor Roll Project: Brockton City Hall

The following are transcriptions for the memorials displayed at Brockton City Hall in Brockton, Massachusetts. The photos for this post were taken May 16, 2014.

This post is for Heather Wilkinson Rojo's The Honor Project.






1950 KOREAN CONFLICT 1955

BROCKTON'S TRIBUTE OF AFFECTION AND RESPECT 
TO HER SONS WHO MADE THEIR SUPREME SACRIFICE

CARL H. AKERBLOM
WILLARD E. BATCHELDER JR.
RICHARD J. CARRELL 
RAYMOND J. CRIMMINS
GEORGE L. FISHER
PHILIP C. HILL
ROBERT E. HUDSON
FRANCIS KELLEHER
JOHN B. KELLEHER
DONALD KINGMAN
RICHARD P. PIERCE
ROBERT F. PIERCE
JEROLD M. RUSSELL
PAUL G. STILES





BROCKTON'S TRIBUTE 
1917.                                   OF                                       1919
AFFECTION AND RESPECT TO HER SONS 
WHO MADE THE SUPREME SACRIFICE IN THE 
WORLD WAR

BAKER DAVID H
BAKER HERBERT L
BARNARD ERROL W
BICHNIEVICZ BRUNON
BOCELLA NICHOLAS
BREWSTER WALTER J J 
BRYANT IRA A
BUCHANAN MAX C
BUCKLEY DANIEL J
BURNS ROY W
BURTON ORLEANIS W
CALLAHAN MATTHEW J
CARLSON NATHANIEL J
CHANDLER LESTER G
CLISH WILLIAM F
COLLINS LEONARD O C
CROSS ALBERT
DARLING CHARLES H
DAVIS BERNARD L
DAVIS CHARLES A
DEXTER JAMES J
DOLAN MARTIN H
DUFFY THOMAS E
EMERY VICTOR A
FOLEY HERBERT J
FLYNN GEORGE M
FULLER FRED W
GERKO ANDREW V
GERMANOVICZ JOHN J
GIROUARD GEORGE 
GLENN PERCY E
GOPSILL JAMES J
GRANDMONT OLIVER J
GUERTIN JOSEPH A R
HANNAN LEO M
HASEY WILLARD H
HOBART E ALLEN
HOBBS NORMAN S
JOHNSON PAUL G
JOSLYN GEORGE L
JULIAN JACOB
JUDGE THOMAS
KEELEY HUGH F
KELLIHER WILLIAM F
LAIRD KENNETH B
LINDSKOG WALTER
MANCHESTER WILLIAM A
McAVOY EDWARD M
McEVOY ARTHUR W B
McGEE AMBROSE A
McINTOSH ALLAN
MILLER LOUS S
MINSK LOUIS A
MITCHELL HAROLD I
MORRIS FRED G
MORTIMER ARTHUR H
NADEAU JOSEPH
NELSON EDGAR E
NELSON LYNDON O
O' DONNELL JOHN L
OLEN GEORGE
OWENS HAROLD F
PARMENTER LESLIE B
PIERCE LAWRENCE E
PROUTY THEODORE R
REDMOND STEPHEN
REYNOLDS GEORGE A
RODENBUSH JAMES H
RYAN JOHN H
SAXTON DONALD F
SMITH JOSEPH W
SMITH PERCY A
SMITH WINTHROP F
SNOW HAROLD G
STODDARD JOSEPH M
SULLIVAN DANIEL F
SWEENEY JOHN L
SYLVIA ALFRED
THOMPSON JOSEPH A
THORNIFF ARTHUR
TIBBETTS CHARLES E
TILEY MALCOLM L
TROTTIER EUGENE
TUCKER JOHN R
TURNER WILLIS E
WALKER GILBERT M
WALSH JOHN M
WHALEN THOMAS A
WOOD DWIGHT C
FORMER BROCKTON MEN
BARKER ROBERT H
BARNSTEAD GARDNER A
CUMMINGS RALPH M
EDLUND FRANK B
KINGMAN GEORGE H
OLIVER JAMES A JR
PITTS WILLIAM H
SHOUGHROW GEORGE F
SHURTLEFF MELLEN B
WOODS FREDERIC M




1964           VIETNAM ERA             1973

BROCKTON'S TRIBUTE OF AFFECTION AND RESPECT 
TO HER SONS WHO MADE THE SUPREME SACRIFICE

MILTON ALLERBY, JR.
RONALD E. BERRISFORD
ROBERT L. BOSS
MICHAEL J. CADORETTE
JAMES O. CARPENTER
JAMES G. CONDON, 3RD.
JAMES F. CONNOR, JR.
JOHN C. DICKINSON
ROBERT A. DONDERO
FRANCIS M. DONNELLY
WILLIAM D. FRAWLEY
DANNY E. GOODWIN
TIMOTHY HOLSTER
JOHN R. HOULIHAN
HORST F. JAHNKE
HUGH R. JOHNSON, JR.
THEODORE F. JOHNSON
PAUL M. KOLENDA
RICHARD L. LEVINE
ROBERT F. LINCOLN
BRUCE E. MARTIN
ROBERT E. McENROE
ARTHUR R. MURRAY
ROBERT L. RODRICK
WLADYSLAW STANISZEWSKI
PHILLIP T. STUDENSKI
RONALD D. TRIPP









BROCKTON'S TRIBUTE OF 
AFFECTION AND RESPECT TO HER SON AND DAUGHTERS 
WHO MADE THE SUPREME SACRIFICE IN
1941 WORLD WAR II 1945

ADAMS WARREN W 
ANDERSON ROBERT F
AURETTA ARTHUR W
AUSTIN PHILIP M
BABCOCK ALBERT M. JR. 
BARNETT ROBERT S
BARONE GREGORY 
BARRIEAU ARTHUR W
BARRIS GEORGE
BEALS CLARENCE M
BENOIT EDWARD M
BENOIT LEONARD G
BERTOCCI CHARLES
BIBBO MICHAEL J
BIZZOZERO ALFRED  N 
BLOMGREN RUSSELL E
BOLINDER  MALCOLM L
BRENNAN DAVID M
BROOKS CHESTER A
BROWN ROBERT S
BURNHAM WILLIAM D
CAMPBELL DONALD G
CAPOZZI FRANK J
CARLSON CARL A
CASHIN JOHN J
CASHMAN JOHN H. JR
CERCE PASQUALE A
CESARINI LIBERTY P
CHAREST ROY J L
CHOQUET  JOSEPH ROLAND
CHURCHEY PHILIP ANDREW
CICORA ANTHONY F
CLARK WALTER S
CLAY WALTER S
CLAY RALPH W
COLARUSSO JOHN C
COLETTI CARMINE C
CONTE MICHAEL
CONTE PATRICK A
COOK ALTON T
COOK ARTHUR G
CORCORAN JOHN F
CORRADO RUDOLPH J
COSGROVE LAURENCE R
COUGHLIN JOHN J. JR.
COZ EDWARD G
CREEDEN HAROLD J
CROCE ANGELO
CURLEY JOHN E
CURTIS WILLIAM A
DAHLEN RUSSELL E
DAVIDSON JAMES E
DAVIS RODNEY F
DAVIS WELLS S
DEFTOS MINOT F
DEMONT GERALD H
DEPONTBRIAND ROGER M
DERUSHA JAMES R
DOANE PAUL
DOBROWSKY EDMUND
DODERO JAMES M
DONDERO JOHN J
DRISCOLL KENNETH T
DROHAN GERALD P
DUFF EARL IVERS
DUMAS GEORGE E
EKSTROM ALTON E
ERICKSON EARL W
FARRELL PAUL E
FERRINI  FERDINAND
FLYNN LAURENCE H
FORTIN EDMUND C
FOX JOHN R
FREER WILLIAM A
GARDNER WENDELL McK
GATT WILLIAM E. JR.
GILBERT AARON K
GRAY DONALD W
GRIPPEN NELSON D
GRUSHEY GEORGE E
HALLIN KENNETH R
HALLISEY WILLIAM P
HARRIMAN ROGER P
HAVERON SAMUEL
HAYDEN EDWARD C
HERBERT JAMES
JACKIEWICZ HENRY
JOHNSON JOHN R
JUDGE SAMUEL 
HAM ALBERT L
KALISHAUSKAS  ALBERT C
KALMAN ISRAEL 
KAPLAN GEORGE 
KAPLAN MARTIN
KEDIAN JAMES W
KELLEHER FRANK R
KELLY JOHN J
KEOHAN FRANCIS R
KERRIGAN WILLIAM J
KIBART FRANCIS E
KONDRACKI FREDERICK P
KOVNER ALFRED 
KOZAK ALBERT P
KULIESIS ADOLPH P
LAGERQUIST CARLETON T
LARKIN ROBERT J
LA RUE EDWARD J
LA RUE JOHN A
LA TREMOUILLE GEORGE L
LAWRENCE BENTON R
LEONARD JOSEPHINE
LEONTOS CHARLES C
LINEHAN RICHARD O
LUCEY EDWARD FRANCIS
LUCKMAN THOMAS. JR.
LYMAN CARL O H
LYONS JOHN D
LYONS WILLIAM E
MACPHERSON WILLIAM N
MALONEY JOSEPH R
MANOLI STEPHEN E
MARENELIS MICHAEL P
MARTYNOWSKI MARION. JR
MASON ROBERT L
MASTROPIETRO RICHARD J
MAZGELIS CLEMENT V
McGRAIL THOMAS P
McGRATH JOSEPH E
MERRIFIELD HENRY H
METTA FRANK R
MILUTIS ADOLPH
MONAHAN HAROLD L
MUNROE WALTER F
MURPHY DANIEL S
MURPHY JOSEPH L
NELSON FRED O
NEVITT RAYMOND A
NOONAN MALCOLM J
NORMANDIN ALFRED P
O'CONNELL JOHN E
ORCUTT FRANK L
PACKARD NORMAN E
PAPPAS PETER
PARKER STEPHEN E. JR.
PATTANGALL MALCOLM N. JR. 
PERRAULT EDMUND J
PERRY RICHARD R
PERSICHILLO PASQUALE
PIERCE EDWARD C
PODZON BRONIS 
POKRAKA JOHN D
QUINN JOHN P
RANIELLO JOHN V
RANKIN ROY E
REED PARKER A. JR
RETALIS JOHN A
RIORDAN ROGER F
ROAN FRANCIS S
ROBERTS LOUIS M
ROBINSON ERNEST H
RODOPHELE FRANK R
RONDEAU LIONEL (TUBBY) J
RUBIN SHELTON W
RYAN HOWARD W
SALA GEORGE C
SANFORD HARLAN W
SCHULZ MURRAY J
SELIGMAN LEONARD D
SHARKIS FRANK A
SHATTUCK HERBERT F
SHIELDS EDWARD K
SHORTALL JOHN R
SILVIA JOHN A
SIMMONS EVERETT H. JR.
SMITH HAROLD E
SMITH LESLIE N
SMITH PHILIP M
STEDMAN GEORGE W. JR.
STURGIS ROBERT D
SULLIVAN WILLIAM E
SWANSON JOHN E. JR.
SWEENEY JOHN J
SYLVIA EUGENE
TARVAINIS EDWARD F
TAVRES BENJAMIN T
THERRIEN T EDGAR 
TOMASELLI JOSEPH J
TROPEA JOSEPH A. JR.
TSATSOPOULOS JOHN
TUCKER SAMUEL L
TUKIS WATSLOW
TURNER RICHARD L
UNDERHILL JOHN B
VAREIKA WOODROW J
VENSLAUSKAS JONAS 
WALDRON LEO F
WALKER CHARLES S
WALKER ERNEST W. JR.
WALKER FRANCIS E
WALKOVICH CHARLES E
WARD FRED E
WEATHERILL WALTER H
WEICHEL RICHARD W
WESTERLUND IVAR A. JR.
WHALEN JOHN M
WICKETT RAY F. JR. 
WOODWORTH HARRY G
YARMALOVICH ANTHONY
YUSKAITIS FRANCIS P





IN MEMORIAM
No. BRIDGEWATER VOLUNTEERS WHO DIED 
IN THE SERVICE OF THEIR COUNTRY
1861. – 1865.

ALLEN GEORGE E.                            KILLED
ALLEN LYMAN                                       “
AMES HENRY C.                                  DIED
BEAL JOSEPH                                         “
BLOOD HERBERT C.                              “
BRANNAGAN CHRISTOPHER                “
BURNS JOHN W.                                     “
CANARY JOHN                                       “
CHILDS GEORGE W.                         KILLED
COBB JOHN B.                                     DIED
CONNELL MICHAEL                         KILLED
DHALBERG F. MALCOMB                  DIED
DEAN SAMUEL D.                             KILLED
DRAKE ALBERT G.                                “
DRAKE FRANK E.                               DIED
DROHAN EDWARD F.                            “
DUNBAR ALLEN B.                                “
DUNBAR DANIEL H.                              “
EATON SIDNEY P.                                 “


IN MEMORY OF THE BROCKTON FIREMEN
Who Lost Their Lives in The Strand Theatre
March 10, 1941
CAPT. JOHN F. CARROLL
1883 – 1941
WILLIAM J. MURPHY
1911 – 1941
DANIEL C. O’BRIEN
1895 – 1941
GEORGE A. COLLIN
1879 – 1941
HENRY E. SULLIVAN
1895 – 1941
J. MALCOLM MACNEIL
1896 – 1941
FREDERICK F. KELLEY
1892 – 1941
DENIS P. MURPHY
1891 – 1941
LT. RAYMOND A. MITCHELL
1893 – 1941
 MATTHEW E. MCGEARY
1891 – 1941
ROY A. MCKERAGHAN
1898 – 1941
MARTIN E. LIPPER
1894 – 1941
1895 BARTHOLOMEW HERLIHY 1941





IN MEMORIAM
No. BRIDGEWATER VOLUNTEERS WHO DIED
IN THE SERVICE OF THEIR COUNTRY
1861. – 1865
QUINLEY RICHARD H.                     KILLED
REYNOLDS CHARLES W.                      “
ROBINSON FERDINAND                        “
ROTH JACOB                                          “
SANFORD FRANCIS A.                           “
SANFORD JOHN D.                             DIED
SHANLEY JOHN                                     “
SHAW CHARLES B.                                “
SHERMAN HENRY C. R.                   KILLED
SMITH JAMES                                     DIED
SMITH SUMNER A.                                “
STETSON JAMES M.                              “
STODDARD JOHN S.                        KILLED
STREMMETT CHARLES                    DIED
SWANSTROM CHARLES F.                   “
TANNATT JAMES S.                              “
THOMPSON GEORGE H.                       “
WARD FRANKLIN                                 “
WILLIAMS JOHN                                   “
WILLIS DANIEL W.                          KILLED
WILLIS GEORGE H.                           DIED
WILSON EILLIAM                            KILLED



IN MEMORY OF
The Brockton Soldiers who Died in or on Account of 
Service to Their Country in the Philippine Islands.
A.D. 1899-1901. Lieutenant John Kennedy U.S.A.
Born Feb. 13, 1866. Accidentally killed Nov. 24, 1900.




IN MEMORIAM
No. BRIDGEWATER VOLUNTEERS WHO DIED 
IN THE SERVICE OF THEIR COUNTRY
1861. – 1865.
HURLEY JOSEPH                                DIED
KEITH THADDEUS                           KILLED
KIMBALL SAMUEL                                “
LYON ELLIS V.                                   DIED
MARONI FRANCIS N.                       KILLED
MCGRANE EDWARD                             “
MCGUIRE JOHN                                     “
MILLS JOHN R.                                      “
NASH GEORGE M.                              DIED
OLSON ANDREW P.                              “
PACKARD AUSTIN                                “
PACKARD HOSEA S.                        KILLED
PACKARD MARCUS E.                       DIED
PACKARD RICHARD                        KILLED
PACKARD SAMUEL F.                        DIED
PERKINS GEORGE A.                       KILLED
PHILLIPS ALBERT W.                        DIED
POPE GEORGE W.                                 “
SAMPSON JAMES B.                             “
SCANNELL JOHN                                  “


IN MEMORY
of the Brockton Soldiers,
who died in or on account of service in the
SPANISH–AMERICAN WAR.
A. D. 1898.
JOSEPH FRANCIS WALSH                                                      JOHN J. MACQUIRE
lost in the MAINE Feb.15,1898.                                                  7th U. S. Inf.
                                                                                                   Killed July 1, 1898,
                                                                                                   at El Caney, Cuba.





IN MEMORIAM
No. BRIDGEWATER VOLUNTEERS WHO DIED
IN THE SERVICE OF THEIR COUNTRY
1861. – 1865.
EDSON GALEN                                   DIED
EDSON HENRY                                      “
FENN HENRY                                    KILLED
FLANIGAN WILLIAM                             “
FORD WILLIAM H.                             DIED
FROST ANDREW J.                                “
GARDNER BENJAMIN N.                       “
GRADY MATHEW                             KILLED
GUSTAFSON CHARLES A.                     “
HAMILTON JOHN S.                           DIED
HICHBORN ALEXANDER                 KILLED
HIGGINS DENNIS                                  “
HOGAN THOMAS                                  “
HOLDEN EDWARD E.                        DIED
HOLMES GEORGE E.                            “
HORAN MICHAEL                                 “
HOWARD LINUS P.                          KILLED
HUNT HARRISON A.                          DIED
HURD HIRAM A.                               KILLED


IN MEMORY
of the Revolutionary Soldiers
of the Old North Parish
OF BRIDGEWATER.
1775. – 1783.

Placed by Deborah Sampson Chapter,
D. A. R. 

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