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George Dilboy Memorial Stadiumloupe
110 Alewife Brook Parkway
Somerville
MA
USA
02144

The George Dilboy Memorial Stadium is a multi-purpose public sports stadium, home of the Somerville Rampage semi-pro men's football team, the Boston Renegades semi-pro women's football team, as well as teams from Somerville High SchoolSaint Clement High School, and Matignon High School.  The stadium is named for George Dilboy*, who lived in Somerville and was awarded the Medal of Honor during World War I. The original stadium opened in 1955. It was demolished and rebuilt in 2006.  

* See the George Dilboy Monument in Somerville, MA.

 
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George Dilboy Memorialloupe
5000 S. 5th Ave
Hines
IL
USA
60141

The inscription on this memorial to George Dilboy* reads:

GEORGE DILBOY

BORN FEB. 5, 1896, ALACHATA, ASIA MINOR

KILLED IN ACTION NEAR BELLEAU WOODS, FRANCE, JULY 18,1918

PVT. 1ST CL. CO. H 103RD INF. 26TH DIV. U.S. ARMY A.E.F.

POSTHUMOUSLY AWARDED THE CONGRESSIONAL MEDAL OF HONOR FOR "GALLANTRY AND INTREPIDITY IN ACTION AND BEYOND THE CALL OF DUTY"

FROM FAR IONIA HE CAME A NEW AMERICAN TRUE TO HIS HELLENIC ANCESTRY TO FIGHT AND DIE FOR COUNTRY AND LIBERTY UNDER THE STARS AND STRIPES

GEORGE DILBOY CHAPTER NO. 13 DAV OF WW

UNDER THE AUSPICES OF THE GEORGE DILBOY MEMORIAL FOUNDATION

COSTAS P. MELLAS, PRESIDENT

*For more information on George Dilboy see the George Dilboy Memorial in Somerville, MA

 
Erie County World War I Memorialloupe
26th and State Streets
Erie
PA
USA
16508

This cast aluminum memorial, dedicated in May 2019, honors the 190 men from Erie County, Pennsylvania, who made the ultimate sacrifice in World War I. Since installation, eleven additional men have been identified and their names will be placed on the plaque. Funds were raised by the Erie County World War One Centennial Committee and the Presque Isle Chapter, DAR.

The inscription reads: 

Front:

ON THIS CENTENNIAL OF THE END OF WORLD WAR ONE AND THE ARMISTICE

WE HONOR THOSE WHO SERVED AND THOSE

WHO MADE THE ULTIMATE SACRIFICE FOR THEIR COUNTRY

ALL GAVE SOME, THE FOLLOWING GAVE ALL

Back:

LEST WE FORGET

 
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The Fountain of Honorloupe
743 S Lucerne Blvd
Los Angeles
CA
USA
90005

The Fountain of Honor was created by Henry Lion and dedicated in 1930 to honor all husbands and sons of Ebell Club members who served in World War I.  It is a life-sized female figure holding a flag, on a concrete base in the middle of a 16-sided fountain.  Her right arm raises an oil lamp, and she wears a flowing gown and sandals.  On opposite sides of the base are two small animal heads.  The Ebell Club was founded in 1894 and is a philanthropic, educational and social club built by women for women.

 

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