Prince Frederick, MD- Calvert Library Prince Frederick will be commemorating the 100th anniversary of the end of the “war to end all wars” on Saturday, November 10, 11 am to noon. We will honor the lives of the eighteen men of Calvert County who fought and lost their lives as a result of WWI.
Their names are engraved on the 1920 monument on the Calvert County Court House lawn. Family members of the following patriots, who answered the call for liberty and humanity, are invited to attend:
George Armiger, Solomon Barnes, Alonza Brown, James Butler, Wallace Curtis, William T. Dorsey, Thornton Gormon, John Gross, Joseph S. Jones, Benjamin Kent, Arick L. Lore, William N. Marquess, Thomas J. Osborne, Reuben Pitcher, Murray A. Sherbert, Irving R. Stallings, Harry Sunderland, Charles W. Tongue.
The Naval Academy Brass Quintet will play an historical, musical tribute beginning at 10:45 am.
For more information, call Robyn Truslow at 410-535-0291.
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