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Friday, October 24, 2014

War Memorials in Centralville, Lowell, Massachusetts

GREATER LOVE NO MAN HATH
WWI
THAN TO GIVE HIS LIFE.
IN MEMORY OF THE CENTRALVILLE BOYS
WHO MADE THE SUPREME SACRIFICE.

LIEUT. PAUL T. KEARNEY
LIEUT. GEORGE F. STEWART
SERGT. FRANK J. LYONS
SERGT. ROY L. HUMPHREYS
CORP. GERALD T. SILK
CORP. BERNARD L. BOISVERT
FIREMAN 1ST CLASS GEORGE F.H. ROGERS
PRIV. ERNEST SMITH
PRIV. BURNO SILK
PRIV. RALPH G. HURD
PRIV. ADELARD JULIEN
PRIV. CHARLES A. WEBSTER
PRIV. JOSEPH MAILLE
PRIV. FRANK URBANEK
PRIV. CHARLES K. BUK
PRIV. LAWRENCE MOCZYROG
PRIV. EDWARD J. DONOVAN
PRIV. PETER R. MOULTON
The The Frank J. Lyon's Memorial Park in Centralville is at the foot of the John E. Cox Memorial aka Bridge Street Bridge.




The Centralville Memorial Park is at the foot of the Joseph R. Ouellette Bridge aka Aiken Street Bridge.

Across the street is another Memorial Park. I couldn't determine if the names were those of just veterans nor could I tell if they were for just Centralville or all of Lowell.

1 comment:

Barbara Poole said...

https://www.google.com/maps/@42.643682,-71.3449705,12z/data=!3m1!4b1!4m2!6m1!4s200655243150219509812.000493c446b2368904316?hl=en
Map with all locations marked. Thanks to
Eileen Loucraft.