Cheshire Civil War Monument

Cheshire Civil War Monument (HMESH)

Location: Cheshire, CT 06410 New Haven County
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Country: United States of America
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N 41° 29.88', W 72° 54.131'

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[South face]
[North face]
[ Admiral Andrew Hull Foote ]

[East plaque]
Erected to The
Memory of Those Who
Enlisted From The
Town of Cheshire in
The Civil War 1861 - 1865
Capt. Timothy Guilford
Lieut. William J Bassett
Lieut. Elkanah Doolittle
Lieut. Edward A Doolittle
Lieut. William W Spencer
Lewis Allen
Jeremiah Henry Scully
Edwin A Thrall
Christopher Bernard
Isiah Baker
William M Preston
Henry C Higgins
Frederick E Hoadley
Charles H Goodwin
Franklin Moss
John McLaughlin
Henry A Bradley
Hobart M Dolph
Lambert H Benham
Samuel Barnes
Charles B. Goodsell
John A Peters
Patrick F Reynolds
Alexander W Welton
John Flanagan
William D Wooding
John E Morrow

[North plaque]
John Burke
James Fenton
George Hoey
Charles Mulvey
Frank W Gilbert
Luther Barnes
George A Barton
Amasa Doolittle
William Beadle
Enos Payne
James A Lanyon
Joseph Sires
Charles Brown
Joseph R Doolittle
John Stephens
Valentine Meeker
Edward Burke
Daniel J Boyce
James R Baker
William Uhl
Farrell Brennan
John Murphy
George K Edson
Alonzo E Smith
John A Peck
Thomas Campbell
Reuben Benham
Jared Bradley
Lucius T Preston
Samuel L Moss
Albert L Royce
George R Ives
Charles L Russell

[South plaque]
Isaac Judd
John Giblin
Frank Henson
Simeon Brooks
John Buckley
Robert W Bristol
Miles Jackson
William H Doolittle
Willis Bunnell
Henry B Munson
Alexander Mercier
Leonard K Andrews
Franklin A Hotchkiss
John Dawson
Michael Reynolds
Charles C Hall
John H Preston
Horace B Hotchkiss
William Burke
Chauncey J Rice
Robert Tribue
Needham Grey
Edward A Atwater
Joseph Porter
Allen Garver
William C Doolittle
Carlos Huntley
James T Clark
Edwin S Church
George W Benham
Martin Burke
John LynchWilliam J Moore

[West plaque]
Titus Moss
James M Allen
Thomas Simons
Chauncey M Hall
George Bradley
Oliver T Doolittle
John Mulvey
Augustus Talmadge
Frank C Bristol
Henry S Stevens
William Moon
Nathan Ives
Merritt Hotchkiss
Horace P Rice
George Keeler
George W Mitchell
Edward B Jones
Eben Hoadley
Harry A Brooks
William E Bradley
Earl S Wood
Edward Wiley
John Purcell
Jesse H Rice
Horace A Doolittle
Albert F Russell
John L Preston
Martin McLaughlin
Anthony Burke
Edward Benham
Thomas W Judd
Julius H Hotchkiss
Edward A Baker
Year Placed1866
Marker ConditionNo reports yet
Date Added Monday, September 22nd, 2014 at 11:32pm PDT -07:00
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Locationbig map
UTM (WGS84 Datum)18T E 675099 N 4596166
Decimal Degrees41.49800000, -72.90218333
Degrees and Decimal MinutesN 41° 29.88', W 72° 54.131'
Degrees, Minutes and Seconds41° 29' 52.80" N, 72° 54' 7.86" W
Driving DirectionsGoogle Maps
Area Code(s)203
Closest Postal AddressAt or near 51-95 S Main St, Cheshire CT 06410, US
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