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Dave Pelland on March 3rd, 2010

Cheshire honors veterans with an 1866 obelisk that is among the state’s earliest Civil War monuments.

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Dave Pelland on February 5th, 2010

A World War I recipient of the Distinguished Service Cross is honored with a monument in New Haven’s West River Memorial Park. Timothy Ahearn, an infantry corporal,  was honored for actions on October 27, 1918, near Verdun, France. After the officers and sergeants of his company had become casualties, Cpl. Ahern assumed command and organized […]

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Dave Pelland on January 13th, 2010

Memorial plaques honoring Farrel Corp. employees who served in the World Wars were spared when the company’s Derby factories were demolished in 2000. The plaques now stand as part of a Main Street monument (near the corner of Water Street) built when the former Farrel site was replaced by a Home Depot. The western plaque […]

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Dave Pelland on December 28th, 2009

Fairfield honors local veterans with a large honor roll display on the town’s historic green. The honor roll features seven large panels with the names of local residents who served in the nation’s 20th century wars as well as on the ongoing conflicts in Iraq and Afghanistan. Starting at the far left, the Korea war […]

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Dave Pelland on December 25th, 2009

The fence surrounding the Armistice Monument on West Haven’s green was decorated with festive lights as we drove past on Christmas Eve, so we pulled over to take a couple of pictures. The monument was first dedicated in 1928 to honor World War veterans, and additional plaques were added to the base to honor veterans […]

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Dave Pelland on December 15th, 2009

A battlefield cross and a large granite monument in the Centerbrook section of Essex honor local veterans. The Essex Veterans Memorial, located near the intersections of Main Street, Deep River Road and Westbrook Road, features a granite wall we’re estimating to be seven or eight feet high. The west face of the monument honors veterans […]

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Dave Pelland on December 8th, 2009

Old Saybrook honors its Civil War veterans with a simple monument in Riverside Cemetery. The undated monument stands in a small traffic island near the cemetery’s main entrance from Sheffield Street. A dedication on its front (south) face reads “In memory of our comrades who served in the war of the rebellion. Erected by the […]

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Dave Pelland on November 27th, 2009

Bethel honors its World War I veterans with a local version of a notable Doughboy statue. The monument features one of two copies of a statue by sculptor E.M. Viquesney known formally as the “Spirit of the American Doughboy.” At least 138 other versions of this statue are displayed in the United States, including a […]

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Dave Pelland on November 23rd, 2009

A tall monument topped by an allegorical standard-bearer honors Newtown’s soldiers and sailors. The monument features three pillars rising from a base dominated by benches. A dedication on the west face of the monument’s base reads, “Newtown remembers with grateful prayers and solemn vows her sacred dead [and] her honored living who ventured all unto […]

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Dave Pelland on November 20th, 2009

A doughboy statue in the southeast corner of New York City’s DeWitt Clinton Park honors residents of the Hell’s Kitchen neighborhood lost in World War I. A dedication on the front (south) side of the monument’s base features the conclusion of John McCrae’s poem “In Flanders Fields.” The excerpt reads, “If ye break faith with […]

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