Andover Veterans Monument Park

Hebron Rd at US-6
Andover, Tolland County, Connecticut

  

" This memorial is erected by
the men and women of Andover
to its men who served
in the military and naval forces
of their country
in the Revolutionary, Civil
and World War
 
1775  - 1781
Revolutionary War
 
1861  - 1865
Civil War
 
1917  -  1918
World War
 
This tables placed July 4, 1923'
 
 
"Dedicated to the 
men and women from the town of
ANDOVER
who served in
World War II and the Korean War
These and the ones who made the supreme sacrifice"
 
 
"VietNam Era
1965  - 1975"
 
Tour Notes
 
 
Twenty-five men of Andover served in the Civil War. Six did not come home. While that is statistically over a quarter of those that served, I am certain that the survivors only focused upon the loss, the grief and mourning. 
 
James Chadwick died August 12, 1863. He was 34 years old. 
 
Julius Rood was with Company G, 13th Infantry, Conn. Vols. He died at age 43 on Ground Hog Day in 1864. 
 
Pvt Albion Baker was a Cavalry rider with Company I, 1st CT Cavalry Regiment. He died on January 2, 1864. 
 
Charles Button was riding with Company A, 1st Ct. V.olunteer Cavalry when he died June 21st, 1864..
 
I was unable to find or confirm any information about Henry Cheney and Welles Post. Local archives probably hold something. 
 
08/22/2017
 

 

 

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