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Princeton Memorial

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Details:

On the fourth floor of Pershing Hall in Paris.  It is in an alcove immediately to the right of the elevator. Plaque A large broze plaque that lists all of the names of those who died in the Great War and who also attended Princeton University.

Monument Text:

Placed here by the National Alumni Association of Princeton University In memory of the one hundred and fifty one Princeton men who gave their lives in the World War

Agar, John Giraud, Jr.

Atwood, John Baird

Babcock, Campbell Elias

Baker, Charles Dabney

Baker, Hobart Amory Hare

Bardwell, Darwin Eugene

Barker, Fred DeMeritte

Bassett, Rice

Beatty, William Hamnett

Beal, William Rogers

Bell, Alexander Brown

Benson, Robert Granger

Blue, Kenneth Voris

Blumenthal, Arthur

Bedinger, John Van Doren

Boldt, Hermann St. John

Boyer, Morris Stanley

Brewster, Wrestling Cabot

Bulkley, Harold Kidder

Bullock, Benjamin III

Burford, Wiley Haralson

Burrage, Percy Fraser

Butler, Lyman Collins

Caine, Thomas James

Carkener, Stuart II

Carter, Jesse Benedict

Chamberlain, Cyrus Foss

Chrystie, Phinehas Prouty

Cochran, Garrett

Coffey, Arthur Herbert

Compton, Samual Harriot

Cook, Charles Ferguson

Cook, Harry

Cory, Harvey Lawrence

Cronin, Edward Matthew

Culbertson, Tingle Woods

Cumings, Wells Bradley

Cumming, Charles Linnaeus

Dell, George William

Detchon, Benjamin Cyrus

Dixon, Boulton

Dowd, Meredith Loveland

Dowell, Julian Noyes

Duff, Joseph Miller Jr.

Eadie, James Suydam

Ehret, Henry Sidney Jr.

Elder, James Galt

Elsworth, Edward Jr.

Elwood, Samuel Edward

Evans, Murray Carlton

Fiske, Newell Rodney

Fleet, William Alexander

Foulke, Walter Longfellow

Fowler, Eric Anderson

Fox, John Harold

Freeman, Clarence Patton

Gailey, James Wilson

Giessing Charles Paul

Glorieux, Gilbert Robertson

Glover, George Wright

Goodman, Kenneth Sawyer

Goodspeed, James Pearson

Grainger, John Victor, Jr.

Gregory, Gordon Clark

Hallimond, William John

Hargreaves, Paul Ledbeter

Henry, Howard Houston

Hidden, Irad Morton

Higgins, John Raymond

Hoagland, Amos Nathan

Hobbs, Austin Latting

Hutchinson, Laurence Willis

Imbrie, Harold

Ingersoll, Harry

Joy, Henry Emil

Kenyon, Nelson Townley

Lamarche, Edward Jules

LaMonte, Lawrence Dean

Landis, Wilmer

Leidy, Roy Sweisford

Littleton, Douglas Marshall

Lukens, Alan Wood

Lytle, Scott Harrison

McConnell, Frank Jr.

McConnell, William Orr

MacCreadie, John Harland

McEwan, William Leonard Jr.

McLean, Warden

Magie, John Maclean

Middleditch, Francis Armstrong

Miles, Thomas Henry Jr.

Miller, George Norton

Miller, Marshall Philo

Morris, Wistar

Morrison, Harry Steele

Murray, Walter Rue

Nielson, John Harry

Newlin, John Verplanck

Ober, Robert

O’Donaghue, Michael Thomas

Oliphant, Elkins

Paull, James Dana

Perry, Franklin

Peterson, Reuben Marion Tower

Platt, Edward Cuthbert Jr.

Poe, John Prentiss Jr

Pogue, Samuel Franklin

Porter, James Jackson

Potter, William Clarkson

Preyer, Arthur

Price, James Sanford

Rankin, Herbert Edward

Reed, Richard Brumback

Reid, Samuel Jackson Jr.

Reilly, Charles Gilbert

Reynders, John Van Wicheren Jr.

Richardson, Peter

Robertson, Malcolm Troop

Rose, Richard Wigley Perrott

Ross, Donald Neil Campbell

Savage, Arthur Vandervoort

Sellers, Barrington West

Sellers, Lee West

Shepard, Francis Burritt

Sidler, Frank William

Singleton, Jouett Fitch

Stanton, Edwin McMaster

Story, William Clinton

Strong, William

Swofford, James Jefferson Jr.

Taber, Arthur Richmond

Talley, Allen Williamson

Ten Eyck, Cabell Breckinridge

Thomas, Gerald Provost

Thompson, John Sharpley Jr.

Twining, Simon Ercile

Tyson, Charles McGhee

Van Dusen, Edwin Thorp

Van, Francis

Schoonhoven, Yvonnet jr.

Von Glahn, Herman Henry

Waage, Frederick Oswin

Walcott, Benjamin, Stuart

Wall, Edward Barry

Ward, Galbraith

Ward, Marquand

Ward, Walter Lester

Westcott, John Howell Jr.

Whiting, Robert Rudd

Wiegand, Charles Oliver

Williams, Coleman Hawley

Wilson, Samuel Graham

 

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