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FAIRHAVEN MEMORIALS                                     

BRIDGE PARK
Location:  NW Corner Route 6 and Main Street


IN MEMORY OF THE
UNION VETERANS OF
THE CIVIL WAR
1861 – 1865

PRESENTED BY THE
MASS. DEPT. AUXILIARY
TO THE SONS OF UNION
VETERANS OF THE
CIVIL WAR
1937

US RTE 6
GRAND ARMY
HIGHWAY

Location: Fairhaven High School, South side, main floor, old building.

             1914                                                 1918

IN HONOR OF THE STUDENTS OF
FAIRHAVEN HIGH SCHOOL
WHO SERVED
IN THE WORLD WAR AND
IN MEMORY OF
EDWARD E. COOK
ADRIAN F. GANTER

THEY SOUGHT NOT GLORY BUT THEIR COUNTRY’S GOOD

             1941                                                     1945

IN HONOR OF THE STUDENTS OF
THE FAIRHAVEN HIGH SCHOOL
WHO SERVED IN WORLD WAR II
AND IN MEMORY OF

JOSEPH AMARAL                     CARLTON FISHER             CHARLES SIMMONS
ROBERT ATSAT                        ROBERT FOLEY                 HARRY K. STUBBS
EDWARD BENOIT                    ALFRED W. GAULT           EVERETT THOITS
RAYMOND A. CLARK             JAMES KNOWLES              CARLTON TRULL
WALTER GAGNE                      CHARLES C. MILLER         FRANCIS J. TUCKER
WALDEMAR N. DAMES           JOSEPH PONTE                  JAMES WELSH  JR.
ROMEO FARLEY                       STANLEY E. POPE             GEORGE E. WETMORE
CARLTON E. FIELDING, JR.    JOSEPH H. POTTER JR.      IRVING C. WILDE

LEST WE FORGET

The World War II plaque was donated by the class of 1947 and honors former students of the high school who served in that war.  The memorial names those who died in service during World War II.