Akron family identifies soldier’s WWII-era inscription on stone pillar at an English mansion
The mystery of Caruso solved: Akron family identifies soldier’s inscription on an English mansion pillar
Published: February 2, 2014 - 09:36 PM
| Updated: February 2, 2014 - 11:20 PM
By Jim Carney
Beacon Journal staff writer
A photo of the inscription Caruso Akron Ohio inside a heart on a stone pillar at the entrance to Hennerton House, a 200 year old historic English home, a half mile upstream from Henley on Thames. It is now believed the inscription was made by an Akronite who served in WWII named Guy Caruso who died in 1993.
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