Friday, November 2, 2018

Honor Roll: Main Street Park, Rutland, Vermont

Rutland, Vermont, is a city in and county seat of Rutland County. It was settled in the early 1800s along the banks of Otter Creek and was originally called Mill Village. It became known for its high-quality marble from quarries now in West Rutland.

Main Street Park is located at the intersection of Washington and South Main Streets. It includes several war-related memorials, including a World War I honor roll.

Rutland World War I honor roll, Main Street Park, Rutland, Vermont;
personal collection

World War I

A Tribute to
The Men and Women of Rutland
Who Served in the World War

In Memoriam

Berta Barrett
Thomas Bashaw
Nicholas Belifore
Henry T. Boldue
Harold Browon
Benjamin Carter
Frederic P. Clement, Jr.
Grant H. Cutler
John Dougherty
Albert Fresell
William H. Gleason
Frank Gorruso

Alfred Gratton
William W. Green
Earl Horton
Carmine Ienco
Harlie T. Johnson
Roland W. Johnson
Frederick P. King
Thomas E. LaFrond
Nelson E. La France
William C. Lynch
John F. McCormack
John J. Mullin

George E. Mylott
Kenneth C. Nourse
Carl W. Perkins
Walter F. Perkins
William F. Rice
Martin V. B. Rowe
Stark Smith
Robert J. Sullivan
George A. Wimerton
Lester Taylor
William Tighe
John Prout West

Place by DAR * Ann Story Chapter, 1921

This post was written as a contribution to the Honor Roll Project, which was created by Heather Wilkinson Rojo, author of Nutfield Genealogy.

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