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War Memorial
Chester, Lunenburg County, Nova Scotia, Canada

1914 - 1918,  1939 - 1945,  Afghanistan

Soldier War Memorial WW I and WW II Soldier

In memory of the boys who
fought and fell in the war
1914 - 1918

Names WW I

George Bardwell
Neil Brown
Maurice Chase
Frank Cleveland
Percy Roy Cleveland
James Dauphinee
Charles Graves
Creighton Hatt
Frank Hilchey
Rodney Lantz
Phillip Manning
Harris Meisner
Arden Morash
Timothy Murphy
Clyde Nauss
Williasm Pulsifer
Edward Rafuse
Malcolm Smith
Robert Smith
Zenas Weagle
William Whitford


Franklin Cleveland
Gordon Cleveland
Granville Cleveland
George Murphy
Adolphus Zinck

Chester Basin

Lieut. Geo. MacGregor
Lawrence Corbin
New Ross

Capt. Vincent P. Murray
Lieut. Orrin Lantz
Harlan Brown
Peter De Adder
William Harris
Frank Hiltz
R. A. Hiltz
Reginald H. Hutchinson
O. Keddy
Frank Keddy
Allen Levy
David McDow
Harold McGarry
Delbert Meister
Otis Meister
William Reece
Elder T. Reece
William Skerry
Herbert Veinot
Dean White

Mill Cove

Edgar Coolen
Reuben Coolen
Foster Jollymore

Gold River

Frederick Hatt
Theophilus Sawler
In memory of
the boys who fought
and fell in the war
1939 - 1945

Names WW II

Howard Armstrong
Fenwick Gates
Winton Cook
Ernest Nauss
Richard Mills
Everett James
Purdy Houghton
Carlton Graves

New Ross

Ronald Russell
Arthur Baker
Raymond Emeno
Herbert Veinot
Mill Cove

George Shatford
Harold Langille
Carl Coolen
Sinclair Shatford

Chester Basin

Everett Borgald

Western Shore

Willoughby Zwicker
Marshall Sawler
Francis Hirter
Frederick Barkhouse
Maxwell Mosher

Lambert Fleet
Aaron Cleveland

Names Afghanistan In memory of
those who fought and fell
for their country

Richard Anthony Green
2002 Afghanistan

Son of Mrs. Doreen Janet Coolen (2002 National Memorial (Silver) Cross Mother) of Hubbards, Nova Scotia. Graduate of Forest Heights Community School in Chester Grant, Nova Scotia. A plaque bearing the names of Sgt. Marc Léger, Cpl. Ainsworth Dyer, Pte. Richard Green and Pte Nathan Smith lies on a floodlit memorial beside the Canadian headquarters at Kandahar Airfield, Afghanistan.
Private Green was commemorated, February 2003, on the Rakkasan Memorial Wall at Fort Campbell, Kentucky. Private Green died as a result of a friendly fire incident on April 17, 2002 while serving in Afghanistan. He became 21 years old.


This page is dedicated to the 10 million victims of World War I and 60 million victims of World War II.
We should always remember the immense grief and loss each war brought to the world.


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