Inscription: “Dedicated In Memory and honor of the Men and Women of the United States Armed Forces. The City of Statham and American Legion Post 163, Barrow County, Georgia, July 4, 2012.”
Inscribed brick plaza with gazebo. At least one WW1 service member is so inscribed.
Granite monument on Barrow County Historic Courthouse grounds. Inscription: Dedicated to the Honor of the Men and Women who served our County in World War I & II, Korea & Viet Nam” “Erected by the John Rich Pentecost Post No. 53, the American Legion, 1948”
This City of Winder Veterans Memorial Park contains purchased engraved bricks with flags and seating around the perimeter. It honors veterans of all U.S. wars. Names of eleven service members from WW1 are engraved in the bricks.
Five-column memorial that lists the names of the county’s war dead for WWI, WWII, Korea, Vietnam and Afghanistan. Thirty names are on the WW1 column.
Inscription: “They died for no other reason than believing in their country. We must never forget this….Erected by the Citizens of Bartow County.”
Honor roll memorial of granite rectangular slabs surrounding a central monolith located in the median park of West Central Avenue.
The stone for World War I lists eight names.
The first of the statues by sculptor E. M. Viquesney. It honors the 60 Berrien County residents who died in service during World War I, including 28 who perished in the disastrous sinking of the troop ship Otranto off Scotland in 1918.
Copies of this statue were placed in many other communities throughout Georgia and the United States in subsequent years.
Erected in 1922, the monument was beautifully restored in 2015 under the direction of Middle Georgia State University President Christopher Blake. It honors soldiers from Macon who served primarily in the 42nd Rainbow Division, and depicts the cities in France where the 42nd saw action. It is inscribed in Latin with a phrase translated as “It is sweet and glorious to die for one’s country.”
“Erected by the Ladies Auxiliary 151 Machine Gun Bt., assisted by the Men of the Battalion - 1922”
”in memory of the 51st Machine Gun Battalion”
The memorial is inscribed with names from World War 1 from Jones County, Monroe County, Crawford County, Peach County, Twiggs County, Houston County, and Bibb County.
Inscription - "In honor of the men and women of the armed forces of the United States who served in World War I, World War II, Korea, and Vietnam. The names of those who gave their lives and those who remain missing are inscribed heron."
“But we….shall be remembered;
We few, we happy few, we band of brothers;
For he to-day that sheds his blood with me
Shall be my brother…"
Flame of Freedom Monument on courthouse grounds.
Inscription: “ Presented By Bleckley County and the American Legion Honoring Veterans of All Wars, March 15, 1969, Rededicated Memorial Day 1991”.
The WW1 portion of this monument contains the names of 7 service members.