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Melrose World War I Memorialloupe
Florida Route 26 and Grove Street
Melrose
FL
USA
32666

The inscription on this memorial reads:

In memory of those who entered the
Armed Forces from the Melrose area and
served our country during World War I
Jul. 28, 1914 – Nov. 11, 1918
We will never forget

Acosta, Joseph H. • Birt, Harry W. • Chestnut, Bazzle • Daniel, Charles • Danielson, John • Ford, Frederic H. • Granger, Edmund B. • Huffman, Harry W. • Jackson, Albert • Kelly, Samuel P. • Leggins, Green • Leggins, Willie • Mack, Sidney K. • Mann, Clarence L. • McCartney, Johnson N. • Murphy, Verse • Nobles, Alex • Nobles, Walter • Richardson, Alexander C. • Thomas, Henry • Ware, Jessie

 
Our Heroes of the World Warloupe
1st Ave North and 4th St North
St Petersburg
FL
USA
33701

The inscription on this memorial reads:

"God Gave Us Sons:
We Gave Them To Our Country
And Our Country Gave Them
Back To God."

Officers
Crenshaw Caswell 1st Lt. F. A.
James Abel 2nd Lt. Inf.

Enlisted Men
Lewis N. Brantley
George Donaldson Griffin
Edward Theodore Hall
George Harold Myers
James Clyde Mccraven
Harry J. Newkumet
Wesley Noble
William Foster Nevell
Stewart D. Ramsauer
Laurence M. Tate
Paul Other Webb
Carey Herriott (Colored)
Charles Hargray (Colored)

This Memorial Is Erected By The
St Petersburg Chapter
Of American War Mothers
To Our Sons Who Gave Their Lives
And To All Others From St. Petersburg
Who Served Our Country
In The World War
1917 — 1918

 
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Medford WWI Monumentloupe
1501 Maple Grove Drive
Medford
OR
USA
97501

The Veterans Memorial Park is located on property adjacent to the Medford Veterans Memorial Armory on South Pacific Highway. Within the park is a monument to veterans of World War I, erected in 1966. The inscription on the monument reads:

THE VETERANS OF WORLD WAR I
BARRACKS 540 AND AUXILIARY
DEDICATE THIS MEMORIAL TO THE MEMORY OF
THE JACKSON COUNTY MEN AND WOMEN
WHO GAVE THEIR LIVES IN WORLD WAR I
EACH ONE OF WHICH IS REPRESENTED BY
A TREE PLANTED IN THIS PARK
ERECTED 1966

 
Shepherd University WWI Alumni Memorial Plaqueloupe
102 East High St
Shepherdstown
WV
USA
25443

The inscription on this memorial plaque reads: 

In memory of
Henry Luckett Clapham • Ira Moser Derr • Thomas Franklin Ewers • John Chrisman Goghenour • Washington Berry Grove • Marshall Earle Martin • Wilmer Birdie Miller • Garnett Otis Nelson • Hubert Monroe Phares • Joseph Rodney Power • Thomas Christian Reinhart • William Bryan Swisher • Kenna McCarta Weber
who gave their lives for their country
★★★★★★
and in honor of
one hundred ninety seven others
of this college who rendered
service in the World War
1917 - 1919

Erected by the Senior Class of 1918, presented to Shepherd College.

 

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