Granite obelisk in the city square. “In Loving and Grateful Memory of Those Citizens of Newton County Who Gave Their Lives in the Defense of Our Country”. Fifteen names on the WW1-WW2 side of the obelisk are engraved from WW1.
Black and grey granite monument on the grounds of the Chamber of Commerce.
Inscription: “In God We Trust - In Honor of the Veterans of Oglethorpe County”.
Granite multi-layered monument, listing those from this county that served in all wars and conflicts, beginning with WW1.
Description: Memorial plaza with with central obelisk, one side dedicated to WW1
Inscription: “Paulding County Veterans Memorial - Dedicated to the glory of God in honor of those who served and in memory of those who died for their country in the cause for freedom. Dedicated 1 June 1996 - by those living who remember - American Legion Post 111 and the people of Paulding County.”
The WW1 inscription contains eight (8) names.
Stone and bronze plaques, primarily dedicated to those from WW2.
Inscription: “Dedicated to the memory of the men and women from Pierce County who fought in all the wars of our great nation to preserve and protect the freedom and peace we all enjoy.”