Remembering the men who paid for our freedom
Nutley, New Jersey
World War I
April 5, 1917 - November 11, 1918
Nutley population 1920 - 9,421 *
427 Nutleyites served in WWI.
A bronze memorial at Chestnut Street entrance Pathway extending length of parkway 427 trees, ‘a tree for each who served’
A copper marker bearing name of each who served Memorial boulder and bronze tablet bearing names of 17 men who died
This boulder to be surrounded by grove of 17 trees
Purchase of strip of land from the Schneider heirs, 1040 feet long by 75 feet wide
The cleaning and deepening of Kingsland Pond, making it suitable for canoeing, swimming and skating.
Four hundred and twenty-seven bronze medals, ‘one for each who served’
Handsomely engraved list, alphabetically arranged, of the names of those who served, to be framed and hung on the wall of the Library.
Dorr, Stephen Higginson., Jr., Aug. 17,1917, Toronto.
Harrison, William Lewis, Camp Stuart, Newport News, Va. Date unknown, (1917-1918?)
Trazewski, Albert, private, May 23, 1918, France
Connolly, George William, Marines, June 6, 1918
Bruskin, Julius, Corporal, June 11, 1918
Martino, Paul Salvatore, Corporal July 15, 1918, France
Adams, John Carver, Captain, July 25, 1918, France
Edgar, Stuart Emmet, First Lieutenant, Aug. 17, 1918, France
Daw, Claude Henry, private, Canadian Expeditionary Forces, Sept. 27, 1918
Lamb, Joseph George, Jr., private, Oct. 10, 1918, France
Beaumont, John Koster Oct. 12, 1918, France
Townsend, Bertram Fairley, private, Oct. 14, 1918, died Fort Sill, Okla.
Klesick, Winan, Sergeant, Oct. 15, 1918, France
Kalvio, George John, Oct 24, 1918, France
Blum, Ray, Grand Pre, France, October 22, 1918.
Zellars, Ralph, Nov. 5, 1918, France
De Francesco, Pasquale (Joseph), Nov. 28, 1918
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