Wall of Remembrance

In memory of SSGT E6 Ned Turner Dybvig

101st Airborne, Bravo Company, 6/16/1968, Thua Thien, South Vietnam VIETNAM
By Alan Dybvg

In honor of Chaplain Joseph Strong and Major Samuel Meredith

both of whom served in the American War of Independence by Ben Strong and family.

In honor of Daniel McEachern

Georgia Militia, 1780-1781
by William D. McEachern, Esq.

In honor of Princeton University Class of 1876

by Rand Mirante

In honor of Franze Family Members

Who served since WWI
by Anthony J. Franze

In honor of the Preservation Defense Fund

by Mary Stout

In honor of Jean Hultgren

Advocate for the Princeton Battlefield Society
by Doris LaMar

In memory of Robert Cassel

Korean War Vet
by Francine & Ian Pfeifer

In honor of Revolution War Veteran Brothers, Jacob, Christopher, Casper and

George Hepler
by Kevin & Sylvia Hepler

In memory of Albert E. Marsch

WW1 Navy Veteran
by Bill Marsch

In honor of Lt. Col. Brooks C. Dyer

by the Dyer-Cahill Family

The Princeton Battlefield Society respectfully honors the courageous efforts of American Patriots who fought and died at the Battle of Princeton. In respect for these Patriots, we have dedicated our efforts to preserving, protecting, and promoting their memories and the heritage of Princeton in the successes of our American Revolution.

Wall of Remembrance

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The Princeton Battlefield Society
P.O. Box 7645
Princeton, New Jersey 08534

Your support of our mission is most appreciated by the Society and by the thousands of families, reenactors, students, historians, and neighbors who come to the Park to take advantage of its historic and recreational opportunities. The Princeton Battlefield Society (PBS) is a tax-exempt 501(c)(3) organization, and the only Officially Recognized Friends Organization (ORFO) of Princeton Battlefield State Park. It’s mission is to promote, interpret, conserve and protect Princeton Battlefield State Park and areas of the battlefield outside the Park. The Park is administered by the State of New Jersey, Department of Environmental Protection, Division of Parks and Forestry, State Park Service, for the people of New Jersey and other visitors.

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