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On Saturday, 5/31/2014, we gathered to dedicate a monument  to those South Jersey Patriots, killed, wounded or captured during the war for Independence.  The program was a resounding success with attendance by County Executive Dennis Levinson,  Freeholders Alex Marino, Richard Dase and John Risley along with Atlantic County Surrogate Jim Curcio and  Compatriot Mayor Gary Giberson.  For those who could not attend, the video is posted below, with more pictures to follow.

 

 

 

And thanks to our friend Lynn Wood for the linked video.

 

 

Killed in Action

 Pvt. Forrest Bellangy

       

Pvt. John Cain 

 Lt. John Lucas 

Capt. Henry Snell 

  Capt. Andrew Steelman

 3 Unnamed Men – Killed at Petticoat Bridge/Mt. Holly

   

 Wounded in Action

 Maj. Elijah Clark 

Pvt. Stephen Ford  

 Pvt. Hugh Jones 

Lt. John Lucas  

 Lt. David Scull 

Pvt. John Steelman 

 Pvt. John Thomas  

Lt. John Tilton

 3 unnamed Men – wounded during raid in Absecon

   

 Prisoners of War

 Pvt. David Denike 

Pvt. Benjamin Endicott 

 Pvt. John Ingersoll 

Pvt. James Leeds 

 Pvt. Patrick McCollum 

Capt. Enoch Willits 

 4 unnamed Men taken prisoner

   

Chestnut Neck Memorial Park
May 31, 2014  - 11:00am