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Benicia World War I Memorialloupe
120 W. K St.
Benicia
CA
USA
94510

Erected in 1925, the inscription on this memorial reads:

IN MEMORY
of
EDMUND RUDOLF ANDERSON
KARL H. DAUBER
WALTER E. ERICKSON
JAMES JOHN POMETTA
DAVID ALLEN RICHIE
ARTHUR ROOD
CHRIS CONDARE
WHO GAVE THEIR LIVES IN THE WORLD WAR

ERECTED IN 1925 BY THE BENICIA POST NO.101, AMERICAN LEGION, MAY 30TH, 1925.

 
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Fayette County World War Memorialloupe
Court Street and Main Street
Washington Court House
OH
USA
43160

The inscriptions on this memorial read:

Erected to
those from Fayette County
who served their country
in the World War

Dedicated Nov. 11, 1927

1917 • Fayette’s Sons — They Gave Their All • 1918
George W. Allen • Ralph Barlett • Jennings Bland • Harry H. Brown • Wilmer H. Brown • John Burke • Owen Caplinger • Ralph Chilcote • Will Denney • Ray Archie Dixon • Clarence Downer • Addison Funk • Ray B. Hamm • Arley Griffith • Clarence Hard • Fred Backenstoe Hillery • Paul H. Hughey • Walter W. Huchison • Cash Knisley • Loren Koontz • Henry Larkin • Charles A. Lones

Carl Lloyd • Werter Mann • Clarence Maxwell • Donald Michael • Homer Perdue • Fred Sammons • Frank Skyles • Russell McKinley Smith • Howard A. Sommers • Howard Spence • Wesley Sword • Earl Thomas • Amos Thornton Jr. • Mallie Vance • Ray Vanniman • Fred C. Walls • Glenn Whaley • Buryl Williams • John Williams • Pearl Williamson • Herbert Wills • Lester Woodruff

Dedicated with ceremonies, May 27th 1919, to the brave boys of Fayette County who served in the World War

 
Toronto World War Memorialloupe
Market Street and North 3rd Street
Toronto
OH
USA
43964

The inscription on this memorial reads:

ERECTED BY THE CITIZENS OF TORONTO AND VICINITY IN HONOR OF THE MEN OF THIS COMMUNITY WHO ANSWERED THE CALL OF THEIR COUNTRY IN THE WORLD WAR

 
Virginia Hot Springs Co. World War Memorialloupe
Sam Sneed Hwy. and Dunns Gap Rd.
Hot Springs
VA
USA
24445

The inscription on this memorial reads:

ERECTED 1920 BY THE VIRGINIA HOT SPRINGS COMPANY COMMEMORATING THE PLANTING OF TREES ALONG THIS BOULEVARD. A MEMORIAL OF PATRIOTISM AND A TRIBUTE OF HONOR TO THE EMPLOYEES OF THIS COMPANY AND THE MEN OF BATH COUNTY WHO IN 1917 AND 1918 SERVED IN THE ARMY AND NAVY OF OUR COUNTRY IN THE WORLD WAR. EVEN UNTO DEATH THEIR NAME LIVETH FOREVERMORE.

 

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