AMERICAN LEGION
FREDERICK W. GRIGG POST 68
Post Office Box 1411, Merchantville, New Jersey 08109
Post Phone: 856-488-6248
e-mail AmericanLegionPost68@yahoo.com


Memorial Day Ceremony at Wellwood Park
Merchantville,  New Jersey - May 25, 2009

For well over 80 years the F.W. Grigg Post 68 of the American Legion has conducted Memorial Day ceremonies at Wellwood Memorial Park, where the Merchantville War Memorials are located. 

This webpage contains pictures and the program of the days events, as well as pictures from Post 68's other Memorial Day weekend activities, which included placing flags and grave markers at the small cemetery on Haddonfield Road in Pennsauken, where many black Civil War veterans are buried, and New Camden Cemetery, where flags and markers were placed on the graves of those fallen in combat during the 20th century wars and at the Civil War Veterans section located within the cemetery. This year, the first that the Post has undertaken the task, we didn't have enough flags, or markers, a situation that we will rectify in 2010.

Over the past 80-plus years the F.W. Grigg Post 68 has compiled a long and distinguished record of serving the community of Merchantville and Pennsauken and the veterans community at-large. The Post sponsored one of the largest Boy Scout Troops in Camden County during the 1920s and 1930s, and for many years organized a Memorial Day Parade through the town. In 1950 the Post was instrumental in having the Park at Wellwood and Maple Avenues named Wellwood Memorial Park in honor of those who served had in all of her past conflicts.

Please contact our Post Commander, Bernie Henderson, with any comments or questions by e-mail at americanlegionpost68@yahoo.com or by phone at 856-488-6248, or this site's web-master, Phil Cohen.

AMERICAN LEGION PREAMBLE

For God and Country we associate ourselves together for the following purposes: to uphold and defend the Constitution of the United States of America; to maintain law and order; to foster and perpetuate a one hundred percent Americanism; to preserve the memories and incidents of our associations in the great wars; to inculcate a sense of individual obligation to the community, state and nation; to combat the autocracy of both the classes and the masses; to make right the master of might; to promote peace and goodwill on earth; to safeguard and transmit to posterity the principles of justice, freedom and democracy; to consecrate and sanctify our comradeship by our devotion to mutual helpfulness.

Wellwood Memorial Park - May 25, 2009


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MEMORIAL DAY SERVICES
MAY 25, 2009
WELLWOOD MEMORIAL PARK 


F.W. GRIGG POST #68 
THE AMERICAN LEGION MERCHANTVILLE, NEW JERSEY

PROGRAM FOR THE DAY

OUR MEMORIAL DAY PROGRAM IS DEDICATED TO THE MEMORY OF BOTH MILITARY AND CIVILIAN WHO GAVE OF THEMSELVES TO PROTECT OUR COUNTRY WHEN AND WHENEVER THE NEED AROSE. WE REMEMBER THOSE WHO PRAYERFULLY WAITED FOR THEIR LOVED ONES DURING THOSE TIMES. 

1. Color Guard - Boy Scout Troop #119 - TRINITY METHODIST CHURCH. 
2. Opening remarks by Barney Vellutello, Chairman of Memorial Day Committee 
3. Legionnaire Prayer by Barney Vellutello, Post #68 Chaplain 
4. National Anthem by Matthew Kauffman, Director of Pennsauken Double Dozen 
5. Pledge of Allegiance by Bernard Henderson, Commander Post #68 
6. Welcome to Merchantville Borough by Mr. Shawn Waldron 
7. "Marine Hymn" by the Pennsauken HS Double Dozen 
8. Guest Speaker - Marine Sgt. Matt Bailey - served tours in Iraq and Afghanistan. 
9. Memorial Day Comments by Barney Vellutello 
10. Roll Call of Post #68 members who have passed on to Post Everlasting since last Memorial Day by Bob Disch, Commander: 

Roland Bittle - Walter Carson - Armand Damiani - Anthony Repice
Joseph Siano - Alfred Tornari - Leonard Tomassone 

11. TAPS by Frank Cuccio- Veterans hand salute. 
12. Musical Selection by Frank Cuccio 
13. Placing of the Wreaths at WWI and WWII Monuments 
14. Musical Selections by Pennsauken High School Double Dozen finishing with "The Lord Bless You and Keep You" Everyone please join hands. 
15. Light Refreshments will be served after the conclusion of the ceremony. 

Thank you for attending. God Bless you.



WREATH CEREMONY PARTICIPANTS

ORGANIZATION  PERSON PLACING WREATH 
Borough of Merchantville  Mr. Shawn Waldron, Borough Council 
Merchantville Historical Society  Mrs. Maureen McLoone 
Merchantville Women's Club  Mrs. Geri Tabako, President 
Merchantville Board of Education  Mrs. Sharon Stine, President 
Merchantville Lions Club  Mr. Jeffrey Brown, President 
Merchantville Democratic Club  Mr. Joseph Brickley 
Merchantville Republican Club  Mr. Bob Disch, President 
Merchantville EMS  Mrs. Donna Chester, President 
Merchantville-Pennsauken Water Commission  Mr. Bernhard Kofoet, President 
Knights of Columbus #6735, 
St. Peter's Roman Catholic Church 
Mr. Reese DeFeo, Grand Knight 
Pennsauken Lions Club  Mr. Nicholas Rossi, Jr., Past District Governor 
Pennsauken Historical Society  Mr. John Weber, Chairman House And Grounds 
Niagara Fire Company  Mr. Bill Metzler and Mr. Kevin Patti
F.W. Grigg Post #68   Mr. Bob Disch, Past Commander 

Special Thanks To: 

Mr. Robert Hermanns  Sound System & Bell 
 Frank Cuccio TAPS and Music Selections 
Mr. Matthew Kauffman The National Anthem 
and 
Direction of Pennsauken High School Double Dozen 
Pennsauken High School Double Dozen Patriotic Musical Selections 
Shawn Waldron Boy Scout Troop #119
and 
Members of 8th Grade Class of Merchantville School 


New Camden Cemetery - Camden, NJ
May 24, 2009


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CIVIL WAR SOLDIERS PLOT
City of Camden Records

1888

Mar

2

Rings, John R

54y

Gr2

1888

 

26

Scroggy, Hugh

60

Gr 2

1888

 

29

Rhodes, Samuel

47

Gr3

1888

 

10

Ke?r, James

 

Gr 13

1888

Oct

7

Green, Andrew

38

Gr 13 R 4

1888

Nov

16

Walsh, Richard

73

Gr 13 R 5

1888

Dec

24

Kay, Jacob M

50

Gr 13 R 6

1889

Jan

30

Stewart, John

46y

Gr 13 R 7

1889

Apr

9

Gillan, William

76y

Gr 13 R 8

1889

Aug

30

Anderson, John

61y

Gr 13 R 9

1889

Sep

29

Malone, William J

32y

Gr 13 R 10

1889

Dec

12

Harlow, Thomas

55y

Gr 13 R 12

1890

Feb

27

Stow, John C

51y

Gr 13 R 13

1890

Feb

18

Neuman, Thomas

48y

Gr12R12

1890

May

23

Blake, Joseph

42y

Gr13R15

1890

Jul

23

Hammell, Simian

65y

Gr 13 R 16

1890

Sep

24

Drufous, Jacob

54y

Row 2 #1

1890

 

5

Liner, Washington

69y

Row 2 #2

1890

 

5

Gressett, William

35y

Row 2 #3

1891

 

 

Wilson, John C

47y

Gr 5 R2

1891

 

 

Hefferman, Wm

55y

Gr 6 R 2

1891

 

 

Crispin, Reston L

72y

Gr 7 R 2

1891

 

 

Mahan, Eli

72

Gr 8 R 10

1891

 

 

Luke, Joseph

60y

Gr 9 R 2

1891

 

 

Stauton, James A

57y

Gr 10 R 2

1891

 

11

Croaks, John

57y

Gr 11 R 2

1891

 

27

Rabb, Amos S

52y

Gr 14

1891

Feb

3

Hileman, Frederick

59y

Gr 11 R1

1891

Feb

26

Capewell, Charles B

52y

Gr 13 R 2

1891

Apr

19

Anders, Carl R

74y

Gr 2 R 3

1891

May

25

Pierce, Henry

59y

Gr 14 R 2


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BUFFETTA, LEONARD

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JOHNSON, EVERETT

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HINKLE, MAX

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HENKLE, HERBERT

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JERNIGAN, LEONARD

8-10-59 GRAVE 26

PIERCE, ELLSWORTH

6-5-64 GRAVE 27

WILLIAMS, JOSEPH

6-29-64 GRAVE 28

ELKINS, JAMES

11-25-64 GRAVE 29

HARRIS, JOHN

5-15-65 GRAVE 30

SALES, FRED

2-11-66 GRAVE 31

HUNTER, ARMIE JAMES

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JASETH, PITTMAN

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EPPS, THOMAS

3-12-66 GRAVE 34

ENGLISH, DAVID

5-29-66 GRAVE 35

MASSEY, HARRY

4-22-66 GRAVE 36

JACOBS, EDWARD

4-28-66 GRAVE 37

THOMAS, EDDIE

4-29-66 GRAVE 38

RICHARDSON, JOHN

5-25-66 GRAVE 39

HAMMOND, GEORGE

6-4-88 GRAVE 40

CRAWFORD, GEORGE

8-2-66 GRAVE 41

GRANT, LEE

8-18-66 GRAVE 42

GIBSON, BERNARD

8-26-66 GRAVE 43

NUGENT, JOHN

8-27-66 GRAVE 44

LEE, SYLVESTER

9-24-66 GRAVE 45

JONES, WAYMAN

10-18-66 GRAVE 46

GLAND, EDWIN

10-14-66 GRANE 47

MC CAULEY, WILBURN

10-18-66 GRAVE 48

REED, JOHN

11-29-66-GRA VE 49

BROWN, JOSEPH

12-19-66 GRAVE 50

CURRIE, WILFORD

2-10-67 GRAVE 51

PRUITT, CHARLES

2-13-67 GRAVE 52

GOLDSBORO, STEVEN

2-18-67 GRAVE 53

SHOCKLEY, CHARLES

2-20-67 GRAVE 54

HIGHTOWER, EMMIT

3-13-67 GRAVE 55

GAY, CHARLES W

8-28-68 GRAVE 27

SPERLING, CHARLES W

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Jordantown Cemetery - Pennsauken, NJ
May 23, 2009


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Jordantown and Its Cemetery

by Paul W. Schopp

Originally located on the road leading from Merchantville to Fork Landing (known today as Park Avenue), surveyors laid out the small settlement of Jordantown in town plots on former Rudderow land during 1840. Among the oldest antebellum African-American communities in Camden County, it developed around a camp meeting (or “bush meeting”) site. Evangelistic gatherings at this camp ground first began in the 1830s. The meetings were held in the groves where the underbrush had been removed. Various possible derivations exist for the name “Jordantown,” but the most plausible one stems from the old Negro Spiritual accolades of the River Jordan.

Traveling along Park Avenue in 1846, one would have found five or six dwellings and an African Methodist Episcopal Church for the residents of the area. The community grew slowly, but by 1885, the village consisted of a large grouping of homes, Bethel African Methodist Church, 

and a school house. Today, the village extends along Park Avenue as well as along Haddonfield-Sorrel Horse Road.

Tucked behind the former Grossman Lumber Co. store (now Christ’s Bible Church) is a cemetery known variously as Jordan (or Jordon) Lawn, Jordantown or St. Martin’s Cemetery. It is unclear when this cemetery was first established, but it probably dates to the 1840s, the earliest period of settlement for Jordantown. Among its graves are 38 veterans from the Civil War. Veterans from other wars are also buried here. All of these men survived their battles and died of natural causes in later years.

Most of the Civil War veterans were Privates in various infantry companies and regiments of the United States Colored Troops. Joining the ranks of the Colored Troops was not a simple matter, since New Jersey failed to raise any regiments for the U.S.C.T. The men traveled to Pennsylvania and joined the 22nd, 24th, and 25th Regiments; they received training at Camp William Penn in Cheltenham Township, outside of Philadelphia. Only one of the veterans buried at Jordantown served with New Jersey troops. He was Private Charles Amos, assigned to Company C, 3rd Regiment, of the New Jersey Calvary. Another veteran interred here, John W. Gaines, served with Company F of the famous 54th Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry. This company was part of the first black regiment recruited in the North. This regiment, whose story moviemakers told in a made-for-television movie several years ago, participated in battles at James Island, Fort Wagner, Honey Hill, and Boykins Mill, all in South Carolina.

The highest rank achieved among the men buried in Jordantown belonged to Benjamin J. Collins, who served as a First Sergeant in Company I, 22nd Regiment of the U.S.C.T. Sgt. Collins served from January 1864 until October 1865. Battles fought by the 22nd Regiment all took place in Virginia and included Chapin Farms, Dutch Gap, Fair Oaks, New Market Heights and the siege of Petersburg.

Other veterans buried in this hallowed ground served in the U.S. Navy during the Civil War aboard the monitor U.S.S. Montauk and the schooner gunboat U.S.S. Unadilla. Thomas Nicholas and Augustus Wescott served as Landsmen on the screw steamer U.S.S. Princeton, a supply vessel. A Landsman held a rank below an Ordinary Seaman.

Most of the veterans have U.S. Government-supplied grave markers. The Grand Army of the Republic placed one of its stones on the grave of Henry Amos. Henry had served as a Private in Company C of the 42nd Regiment of the U.S.C.T. Some of the non-veteran tombstones are “homemade” markers William Collins manufactured. Fabricated for friends and loved-ones from marble dust and cement, these stones cost a fraction of commercially available gravemakrers, making them much less expensive for area residents to purchase.

For many years Pennsauken Township Public Works cared for the Jordantown Cemetery. However, in 1971, the township deeded the burial ground to Bethel A.M.E. Church for $1.00. Bethel’s elders had a difficult time maintaining the grounds and turned again to the township for assistance. In the late 1980s, Robert Ferguson of Philadelphia became an advocate for properly maintaining the 1.85-acre burial ground. He recognized that the cemetery contained the remains of patriots and they deserved all the respect the community could provide.

It is currently unknown by this writer whether Mr. Ferguson remains active at the site. But his message continues to be of utmost importance. If we do not respect the hallowed ground in which our veterans are interred, the very men who offered their lives to defend and protect America, will we be able to maintain the liberty they purchased for us with their blood? This sacred and historic site must be preserved to educate future generations on the course traveled by the United States and its people.

Post Meeting Second Thursday of Every Month
7:30 PM at the Merchantville Community Center

e-mail AmercanLegionPost68@yahoo.com for more information

 

The Definition of “Veteran”

A veteran - whether active duty, retired, national guard or reserve - is someone who, at one point in his/her life, wrote a blank check made payable to "The United States of America", for an amount of "up to and including my life." That is honor, and there are way too many people in this country who no longer understand it. 

-- Author Unknown

We Salute or Comrades Who Have Gone to Post Everlasting 2008-2009

Armond Damiani

Damiani, Armond N.
On April 25 2008 age 87 of Pennsauken NJ. 
Born in Camden NJ he served with the US Marine Corps during WWII. Armond was also the operator of the Tom Thumb Restaurant in Camden and the Lakeview Restaurant in Moorestown for many years. He was the beloved husband of Bertha (nee Mohollen) and is also survived by one sister Enis Curcio of Haddon Twp two sisters-in-law Helen Roche of Collingswood and Dorothy Mohollen of Cherry Hill and several nieces and nephews. 
Relatives and friends are invited to attend his viewing and funeral Friday morning after 8:30 AM in the ALLOWAY FUNERAL HOME 315 E. Maple Ave. Merchantville NJ. Funeral Mass 10:00 AM St. Peter Church Merchantville NJ. Interment Calvary Cemetery.

Roland Bittle

Bittle Sr., Roland S.
Age 86 of Hainesport passed away Tuesday May 20 2008 at Lourdes Speciality Hospital 
Willingboro after a lengthy illness.
Born in Camden NJ he lived forty-five years in Mt. Ephraim and was a resident of Hainesport for the past forty-one years. He was a graduate of Audubon High School and served in the U.S. Army during World War II during which he was stricken with polio. He worked for Radio Condenser in Camden New York Shipyard Camden and was an employee of Automotive Rentals Inc. in Merchantville until his retirement. 
He was a member of St. Paul's Lutheran Church Hainesport F.W. Grigg American Legion Post 68 Merchantvlle the New Jersey Polio Network and the DAV. He enjoyed boating fishing and camping with family. Despite many obstacles throughout his long and eventful life he faced each day with unwavering courage cheerful optimism and a caring spirit and was much loved and admired by family friends and even casual acquaintances.
Roland is survived by his wife of 54 years Erika his son Roland Jr. and wife Donna son Richard and fiancee Dorothy Wells daughter Merrilee Torres and husband Ricardo; three grandsons Jayme Torres and Steven and Andrew Bittle; his sister-in-law Eleanor Flynn; four nieces Karen Canfield Michelle Fisher Barbara McKee and Virginia Jock; six nephews Elmer Clifton Robert Gary and Marvin Bittle as well as nineteen grandnieces and grandnephews; and several great-grandnieces and nephews.
Funeral services will be held on Friday May 23 2008 11AM at THE LANKENAU FUNERAL HOME 31 Elizabeth St. Pemberton Borough. Interment with military honors will be Odd Fellows Cemetery Pemberton Borough. There will be a viewing and visitation 7:00 to 9:00 PM Thursday eve and 10:00 to 11:00 AM Friday at the funeral home.

Leonard L. Tomassone

Tomassone, Leonard L.
On August 18 2008. Age 88. Of Mt. Laurel NJ. 
Beloved husband of 62 years to Edith(nee Cataldi). Devoted of father Laura and her husband Bob Rogers. Loving grandfather of Cynthia Amy and Matthew Rogers. Dear brother of Theresa and her husband Frank Marcellino. Leonard will also be missed by many loving cousins nieces and nephews.
Leonard served his country in the U.S. Army during WWII and was involved with the invasions of North Africa Sicily and Northern Europe. He was awarded the Bronze Star and Purple Heart for his contributions to our country. He was the past national president of the 9th Infantry Division and a member of the Frederick W. Grigg Post #68 American Legion where he served as a past commander.
Relatives and friends are invited to his viewing Thursday August 21st from 7-9 PM and 8:15-9:15 AM at the BRADLEY FUNERAL HOME Rt.73 and Evesham Rd. Marlton NJ. Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated 10AM Friday at The Catholic Church of St. Isaac Jogues 3 Lord Place Marlton NJ 08053. Interment Brigadier William C. Doyle Veterans Cemetery Wrightstown NJ. 
In lieu of flowers memorial donations may be made to the St. Vincent dePaul (SVDP) Conference of St. Isaac Jogues Church or the St. Isaac Jogues Building Fund. 

Anthony Repice

Repice Sr., Anthony
On September 12th 2008 age 92 years of Merchantville NJ. He was born in Philadelphia PA.
Beloved husband of the late Louise (nee Cirucci) Repice. Dear father of Anthony (Marian) Repice of Marlton NJ; Maryann (Marty) Repice of Burlington Township NJ; and Lorraine (Chuck) Corson of Cherry Hill NJ. Loving grandfather of Chad (Valentina); the late Jon and Stephen (Jen) and loving great grandfather of Ana Maria. 
Tony was a Real Estate Broker and owned Repice Agency Merchantville NJ. He was a member of St. Peter's RC Church of Merchantville NJ for 52 years. He served our country during World War II in the US Army and served in Germany as part of the Occupation Army. He was a 51 year member and Past Commander of F.W. Grigg Post American Legion. He was a long time member of the Merchantville Lions Club. He was very active in his community over the years; was a member of The Merchantville Republican Club The Merchant-ville Historical Society The Merchantville Planning Board the AARP The Jets and the Pioneers. 
His Viewing and Family Visitation will begin 9:30am Wednesday at St. Peter's RC Church 43 West Maple Avenue Merchantville NJ followed by his Mass in celebration of his life. No evening viewing or visitation. Interment Calvary Cemetery Cherry Hill NJ. Arrangements under the direction of The STEPHENSON-BROWN FUNERAL HOME of Merchantville NJ.

Alfred Tornari

Tornari, Alfred J.
TORNARI, Alfred J. On Jan. 30, 2009, age 84, of Pennsauken NJ. Beloved husband of Angela (nee Iula) for 60 years and devoted father of Mark, Steven(Tammy) and Deborah (Richard) Harrell. Loving grandfather of Michelle (Rudy), Steven (Donna), Jessica (Tim), Keith (Fallon), Steven Jr., Nicole, Kayla, Angelina and 7 great-grandchildren. Alfred was a WW II Navy Veteran serving on the U.S.S. Delta, loyal parishioner and usher of St. Peter Church for 59 years, St. Peter K of C # 6735, Bishop McCarthy Assembly and F.W. Grigg American Legion Post 68. Relatives and friends of the family are kindly invited to attend his Visitation Wednesday 8:30-9:30 AM at the FUNERAL HOME OF INGLESBY & SONS, 2426 Cove Road. Pennsauken NJ 08109. Mass of Christian Burial 10 AM St. Peter's Church Ent. Calvary Mausoleum.

Joseph A. Siano

Siano, Joseph A.
On December 1 2008 of Pennsauken NJ for 50 years. Age 88. 
Beloved husband of the late Kathryn (nee Lenart). Devoted father of Joseph A.M. Siano and his wife Susan. Loving grandfather of Louis and Douglas. Dear brother of Margaret Agnoni Adeline Valenti and Roslyn Galasso. Also survived by many loving nieces and nephews. 
Prior to retirement Mr. Siano was employed at Penn Panel & Box Company in Collingdale PA for over 40 years. He was a United States Coast Guard Veteran of WWII. He was a member of the American Legion Sons of Italy Young at Heart as well as many other Senior groups in the area. He was also an usher at St. Stephen's Church. 
Relatives and friends are invited to the Visitation and Funeral on Thursday from 7-9 PM at the FALCO/CARUSO & LEONARD PENNSAU- KEN FUNERAL HOME 6600 N. Browning Rd. Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated on Friday at 10 AM at the Church of St. Stephen 6300 Browning Rd. in Pennsauken. Interment Brig. General William C. Doyle Veterans Mem. Cem. in Arneytown NJ. In lieu of flowers memorial donations may be made to St. Vincent de Paul Society P.O. Box 5147 Trenton NJ 08638-0147. 

Walter Carson

Carson Sr., Walter M.
CARSON, Walter M., Sr. On February 2, 2009, age 85, of Pennsauken for 31 years. Beloved husband of Dorinda (nee Todd) and dear father of Rindy (Bill) Seniff of Maple Shade, Bud (Susan) Carson of Stratford and Cheri (John) Connelly of Pennsauken. Loving pop of Kim, Dan, Rob, Kristen, John, Tayler and Colleen. Mr. Carson was a kind gentle man who loved his family and his church. He was a member of Calvary Community Baptist Church, a Navy WW II Veteran, serving on the USS Waterman DE and a member of F.W. Griggs American Legion Post # 88. Relatives and friends of the family are kindly invited to attend his Visitation Thursday 10-11AM AM at the FUNERAL HOME OF INGLESBY & SONS, 2426 Cove Road. Pennsauken NJ 08109. Funeral Service 11 AM. Interment Bethel Memorial Park, Pennsauken NJ. In lieu of flowers donations to the Church at 1706 Merchantville Ave. Pennsauken NJ 08110 preferred.
 

AMERICAN LEGION LINKS

The American Legion

American Legion Department of New Jersey

Camden County Posts

Haddonfield Memorial Post 38
Haddonfield NJ
Stetser-Lamartine Post 281
Glendora NJ
Cherry Hill Post 372
Cherry Hill NJ
Memorial Post 274
Camden NJ (Inactive)
   

Of Local Interest

Camden County NJ - Monuments & War Memorials
Merchantville, New Jersey War Memorial
Camden County War Dead Index
 
PFC Giordano Detachment, Military Support Group of  New Jersey
 

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