Bennion Ward Memorial

We dedicate this tablet to the following brothers of Bennion Ward
who answered the call of their country during the World War

  • Crosby, Charles E.
  • Dalton, Patrick D.
  • Frost, Ernest J.
  • Fox, Wm Johnson
  • Fox, Angus G.
  • Mauchley, Lawrence
  • Matthews, Elmer
  • Matthews, Leo
  • Newbold, Bertrand
  • Newbold, LeRoy
  • Parker, Melvin G
  • Stringham, Marion

Died in their country’s service

  • Parker, Harvey, A.
  • Saddler, Stanley
  • Dimono, T. Wayne
  • Humphries, Harry D.

“These gallant men of our armed forces have fought for the ideals which they knew to be the ideals of their country.”

Note: These are the names of the servicemen of the Bennion Ward who served or died for their country during World War I. The monument was originally placed in the Chapel at Redwood Road and 6200 South.

This is Sons of Utah Pioneers historic marker #211, it was located at Labrum Park at 6041 South Jordan Canal Road in Taylorsville, Utah but I can not find it there now.