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World War I Tributeloupe
Georgia Ave. at W. Main St.
North Augusta
SC
USA
29841

The inscription on this marker, erected in 1933, reads:

World War I
1914 — 1918
Dedicated to the men
and women who served
in the great war which
was believed to be the
final war of human
liberty and the "war to
end all wars".

 
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Westminster World War I Monumentloupe
Toccoa Hwy at Walhalla Rd
Westminster
SC
USA
29693

The inscription on this monument reads:  
Dedicated to
World War
Veterans

On the back of the monument there is an Honor Roll of Westminster WWI veterans (see photo gallery).

 
Westminster First Baptist Church WWI Monumentloupe
Walhalla Rd and W. North St
Westminster
SC
USA
29693

OUR SOLDIER BOYS
Ernest Whitworth
M.A. Bearden
A.M. Dorn
J.O. Johns
W.B. Dillard
W.T. McCordy
H.L. Evans
B.H. Gilliam
H.D. Breazeale
F.K. Breazeale
J.P. Dendy, Jr.
Roy Stribling *
D.A. McMillan
Dr. W.C. Marett
Bruner Danrzler
Dr. F.T. Simpson
W.N. Dalton
W.L. Green
W.L. England, Jr.
J.R. Sullivan
J.E. Gaines, Jr.
H.B. Mulkey

Bottom Plaque

Presented to
American Legion Post 107
by
Westminster Baptist Church
Dr. Randy Keasler, Pastor
May 29, 2003
World War Veterans
Connected to the Church

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Grayson County WWI Memorialloupe
E. Lamar St. at S. Crockett St.
Sherman
TX
USA
75090

The inscription on this memorial reads: 

In honored memory of
the men of Grayson County
who served in World War I
1917 - 1918

Duty, Honor, Country
Well Done
Be Thou At Peace

Erected by Grayson County Barracks No. 81 and Denison Barracks No. 3, U.S.A. Veterans of World War I.

 

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