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LINDENWOLD WAR MEMORIAL
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This memorial is located
in front of Lindenwold Borough Hall, 2001 Egg Harbor Road.
|LINDENWOLD HAS NOT FORGOTTEN|
|On May 25th, 1967 this monument was
moved to this site and rededicated
by the residents of the borough of Lindenwold to
honor those who served so this nation might live.
|DEDICATED TO THE LINDENWOLD
|WORLD WAR II & KOREA||IN HONOR OF THOSE WHO SERVED IN THE VIETNAM WAR
WITH ENDLESS HOPE FOR THE POW MIA
|CLICK ON PICTURES FOR ENLARGED AND ENHANCED VIEWING|
HAS NOT FORGOTTEN
THOSE WHO SERVED AND THESE HEROES WHO MADE THE SUPREME SACRIFICE IN DEFENSE OF OUR COUNTRY
|Word War II|
|AUGUST H. BAAB||PFC||ARMY||
24th Infantry Division
|GEORGE W. DEMAREST||S1C||NAVY||SS J.H. Senior||8/19/1944|
26th Infantry Regiment
1st Infantry Division
|JOHN P. McGOVERN||PVT||ARMY||536TH
(AUTOMATIC WEAPONS) BATTALION
|HARRY J. PARK||PVT||ARMY||417TH
76TH INFANTRY REGIMENT
|WILLIAM RAWS||EM3C||NAVY||USS STAFF AM-114||12/8/1918||7/16/1943|
|MERL H. REAGLE||PVT||ARMY||853RD ENGINEER BN AVIATION||3/30/1944|
|RUSSELL S. ASHENFELDER||CPL||ARMY||1st
1st Cavalry Division
25th Infantry Division
G, 7th Cavalry Regiment,
1st Cavalry Division
CLICK ON THE BLUE LINKS FOR MORE ABOUT EACH INDIVIDUAL
One of Lindenwold's young men, Merl H. Reagle, along with six men from Camden NJ, Frank Ballerino, Michael Carr, Michael Yachus, Stephen V. Koscianski, Lewis Riondino, and Joseph H. Johnson died together when the troop transport HMTS Rohna was struck by a German guided glider bomb and sank of the coast of North Africa. In addition, five other Camden County men, 19 year-old Harry V. Taylor Jr. of Haddonfield, William McKeon of Blackwood, Carl Johanson and Jacob Kessler Jenkins of Pennsauken, and Elmer F. Day of Merchantville also were lost that day. In total, 1,015 men were lost, but the story was never told to the families or the general public for over 57 years due to wartime censorship.
Click links to visit web-pages on these memorials, and to visit "virtual memorials" to Camden County's fallen heroes.
GUEST BOOK & E-MAIL
of this date, February 6, 2002 I have not erected a guest-book. Please
e-mail all comments to firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you would like your comment published in the upcoming guest-book,
please let me know.-
Phil Cohen, Camden NJ
Beverly National Cemetery
|JOHN C. HUNSINGER||F1701|