First Unitarian Congregational Society World War I Memorial Plaque (NY)

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Information

Title

First Unitarian Congregational Society World War I Memorial Plaque (NY)

Date

dedicated 1923 or 1924

Description

The First Unitarian Congregational Society's honor roll hangs in the vestibule of its historic building. It lists, alphabetically, the names of 51 parishioners who served in the war. At bottom are noted the names of four who died in service (including one woman, Alice Cunningham Rogers).

Inscription:
IN HONOR OF THE MEN
OF THIS PARISH
WHO SERVED IN THE
MILITARY AND NAVAL FORCES
OF THE UNITED STATES
DURING THE WORLD WAR
1917-1918

/51 names in 2 columns/

Church archives suggest the plaque was erected in 1923 or 1924.

AND IN MEMORY OF THOSE
WHO DIED IN THEIR COUNTRY’S SERVICE

/4 names/

Location

116 Pierrepont Street

Brooklyn, Kings County, New York

Contributing Institution

Keith Murchowski