“Dedicated to all Jones Countians who served our country and in the memory of those who made the supreme sacrifice that we may enjoy the blessings of liberty. Erected 2006 by the citizens of Jones County”. The WW1 monument is inscribed with twenty-one names.
“Dedicated To All The Men and Women Who Served Our Country During The Major Wars of the 20th Century.” American Legion – Martin-Moore Post No. 25 – Dedicated Nov. 11, 2002 – in memory of Louis Lashley.
All Wars monument on the Lamar County Courthouse grounds.
“Dedicated to the Everlasting Memory of Those from Lamar County Who Gave Their Lives in the Service of Our Country.” For World War One, the monument contains twelve names.
Description: Granite monuments, one in the shape of the county, commemorating the service of those from this area. (Lanier County took its territory from parts of Berrien, Clinch and Lowndes counties in 1920. It is named for poet Sidney Lanier.
Inscriptions: “Commemorating the military service of those men and women from Lanier County Georgia.” “Dedicated to those who served in the armed forces of the United States so that we might live in peace and freedom. World War I, World War II, Korea, Vietnam, Desert Storm.”
An image of KIA soldier from Lanier County - Robert Delmus (Buster) Williams is included in the gallery.
"Laurens County Honor Roll World War - to their country in time of need these pledged life, fortune and sacred honor.” Twenty-three names are inscribed on the plaque.
Erected by the Oconee Chapter - United Daughters of the Confederacy - in remembrance of those from Laurens County who died in the World War.
Single all wars memorial marker on courthouse grounds. Inscription: “Dedicated to the honor and memory of all veterans who served in the armed forces of our country in all wars. Erected by Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 6602 and Ladies Auxiliary.”
(See also Veterans Memorial Walk in Liberty Co. - Hinesville)
Part of a larger park, this plaza is paved with inscribed granite slabs. (See also Courthouse marker Liberty Co. - Hinesville)