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Fulton Co. - (Campbell Co.) - Fairburn - 1919 Monument

   
Fulton Co. - (Campbell Co.) - Fairburn - 1919 Monumentzoom
359 West Broad Street
Fairburn
GA
USA
30213
Photos courtesy of Lamar Veatch

Unveiled May 21, 1919,  this soldiers monument was erected in Fairburn (Campbell County), in the middle of West Broad Street, to honor those who had died in World War I. The monument was moved to the Holly Hill Memorial Park Cemetery in 1967.  

In 1931, Campbell County was absorbed into Douglas and Fulton Counties.  Fairburn became part of Fulton County.  

The inscription around the globe at the top of the obelisk reads “ Their All For Democracy and Freedom of the World

 

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