Monument with bronze plaque, listing 26 WW1 names, on the grounds of American Legion Post 47. “In Memory of Our Buddies Who Did Not Come Back”
A second monument at the same location lists the same 26 WW1 names and adds those of WW!!.
Granite monument listing casualties from WW1 through Vietnam.
“Veterans of Foreign Wars - Renis Barrett Post 5376”
Granite monument, engraved on 4 sides, with each side engraved with Grady County casualties from WW1, WW2, Korean War, and Vietnam War.
In memory of those who paid the supreme sacrifice - erected by Grady County Post # 122 - November 11, 1971.
Five names are on the WW1 side of the monument.
Also on the site is a monument to Gold Star Mothers. Photo in gallery.
A portion is dedicated to Gwinnett residents who gave their lives during World War I. Gwinnett's Fallen Heroes Memorial pays tribute to all Gwinnett residents who died in the line of duty in military or public safety service.
From native Americans "who were the first to love this land," to the most recent casualties, the memorial honors about 700 individuals, organized by categories of service. Their names, in random order and without rank, are carved on 13 black granite markers, which are nine feet tall and weigh almost four tons each. A central pedestal features a Gwinnett firefighter's bronze sculpture of an eagle carrying a rose.
This 3 inch field artillery piece is on permanent display on the Memorial Plaza at Riverside Military Academy. It is understood to be the same model used by trainees at Camp Gordon during World War 1.
Description: Memorial plaza.
Inscription: “In honor of those from Haralson County who served in the Spanish American War, World War I, World War II, and Korean War.”
Description: Memorial park with multiple sections. The central black obelisk, one side dedicated to WW1, lists the names of fifteen (15) servicemen.
A Medal of Honor section, a 911 Memorial and Exhibit, and a Military Women’s Memorial (dedicated 2005).