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Veterans' Memorials

We are pleased to present the information for some of the many Holliston Veterans on our website.  For more information and individual service awards, please click on the links to the left.  The information presented on the individual pages are from Mr. Jon Varrel's pamplet "Holliston Remembers."  We are especially grateful for his invaluable information and photos.   Additional information has been added that was obtained from the Holliston Historical Society Library, Vital Records from the Holliston Town Clerk,  Lake Grove Cemetery and old newspapers on microfilm found at the Milford Public Library and Framingham Public Library.

If you see any data that is incorrect, please contact us at: librarian@hollistonhistoricalsociety.org

Below are listed the memorial squares dedicated to those individual servicemen cited on these pages.  These acknowledgements are presented in honor of those servicemen who died while serving their country in World War I (WWI), World War II (WWII), or the Vietnam War.

Veteran Memorial Squares, Holliston, MA

Name

Location

War

  John J. Chase, d. 1967

  Clark Street & Norfolk Street

 Vietnam

  Leonard Dean Chesmore “Lenny”, d. 1943

  Central Street & Franklin Street

 WWII

  Burleigh E. Curtis, d. 1944

  Elm Street & Irving Place

  WWII

  James A. Cutler, d. 1919

  Washington Street & Summer Street

  WWI

  Charles F. Duford, d. 1918

 at Former Post 6 GAR/American Legion Building/ current Holliston Animal  Hospital, Exchange Street

  WWI

  Thomas Alfred Ghelli, d. 1968

 Goodwill Park, Green Street, back of Main Entrance at the Flagpole

  Vietnam

  John P. Handy, d. 1944

  Norfolk Street & Franklin Street

  WWII

  Ernest G. Kehoe, d. 1918

  Arch Street & Water Street

  WWI

  William E. Kelley, d. 1945

  Braggville Cemetery, Rockland Street

  WWII

  Clifford Damon LaChance, d. 1966

  Concord Street & Ashland Street

  Vietnam

  Charles W. Lovewell, d. 1944

   Locust Street & High Street

  WWII

  John E. Mahoney, d. 1942

  Washington Street & Pearl Street

  WWII

  Thomas J. Munn, d. 1943

  Linden Street & Woodland Street

  WWII

  Roger E. Phipps, d. 1946

 Woodland Street & Washington Street (opposite High Street)

  WWII

  Leonard T. Ryerson, d. 1942

  Washington Street & Johnson Street

  WWII

  Harry Sands, d. 1945

  Central Street & Fiske Street

  WWII

  Joseph Serocki, d. 1944

  34 Rogers Road (moved from  opp. Washington Street & Whitney Street)

  WWII

  Dorrance A. White, d. 1944

  Highland Street & Prospect Street

  WWII