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Coyne Park (Lawrence, MA)

Coyne Park is a strip of natually wooded area between Shawsheen Rad and the Shawsheen River. It is named for Patrick Coyne, Company A, 18 Infantry, US Army. 9 more words

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Nyhan Bridge (Lawrence, MA)

The Salem Street Bridge, over the railroad tracks, was named after Charles F. Nyhan in December of 2006. Nyhan was a World War II veteran and worked at HP Hood for more thatn 25 years. 21 more words

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Fargnoli Square (Lawrence, MA)

Fargnoli Square is located at the intersection of Lawrence Street and Marion Avenue. It is named in honor of Private Albert A. Fargnoli, a Lawrence casualty of the World War II. 59 more words

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Miele Square (Lawrence, MA)

Miele Square is located at the intersection of Lawrence and Chestnut Streets. It is named in honor of Private Joseph V. Miele, who served in the military during the Korean War. 21 more words

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Judge Square (Lawrence, MA)

Judge Square is located at the intersection of Lowell and Winter Streets. It is named for Private Daniel Sylvester Judge, who while serving in Korea was killed in action January 30, 1951. 37 more words

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DiZazzo Square (Lawrence, MA)

DiZazzo Square is located at the intersection of Juniper and Basswood Streets. It was named in honor of Private Americo DiZazzo. DiZazzo served in the US Army in Europe. 13 more words

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Cardillo Way (Lawrence, MA)

A short alleyway between Haverhill and Oak Streets was named for Benjamin A. Cardillo, a soldier in Company C of the 326th Infantry. He served in the army during World War I and was killed in action in France.

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