Weymouth Massachusetts
Vietnam Veterans Memorial

pictures and information provided by
David Perkins

Dave Perkins provided the following background:

The first stone was placed in 1983 for Paul Quill a combat engineer with the 7th Engineer Bn., who was killed by a sniper at a bridge site south of DaNang. The site was provided for the Vietnam Vets memorial by the town of Weymouth for 99 years. All donations for the site were provided by private citizens

Additional background information on this memorial will be provided later.

A map showing the location of this memorial will also be included.

The Main Entrance to the Weymouth Vietnam Veterans Memorial

Monument to those Killed in Action

A close up of the Monument showing the names

Another View, showing the POW/MIA Monument

Monument to Lance Corporal Paul Francis Quill, USMC, KIA 12 January, 1968

The Agent Orange Memorial Stone

The Nurses Memorial Monument