The City of Boston says that the intersection of Dorchester Avenue and Sumner Street was designated a Hero Square for these two men, but Sumner Street and Dorchester Avenue do not intersect. If the street name is Summer Street in Boston, that street does not touch Dorchester Avenue either.
Judson Martell was born in Newton, October 14, 1896. His family lived at 96 Rogers Avenue, Somerville at the time of his service. On October 14, 1918, Judson E. Martell was a First Lieutenant, Co. E, 60th Infantry in service in France. He was killed in an advance to a front line position. Captain Martell was in his second year at Bowdoin College when he took the examinations at Massachusetts Tech for a Regular Army commission . He trained at Forts Leavenworth and Merritt and as a second lieutenant went overseas in April 1918. On October 14, 1918, Judson E. Martell was a First Lieutenant, Co. E, 60th Infantry in service in France. He was killed in an advance to a front line position.
Hugh Munro, Jr., 26, of 1784 Beacon Street, Waban, was killed in action in Germany, April 27, 1945. He was a member of the 157th Infantry Regiment of the 45th Division. Lt Munro graduated from Newton High School and Bowdoin College Class of 1917, where he was a member of the hockey team. He entered the Army in April, 1942.