All wars monument on courthouse grounds. Inscription: “Dedicated to the memory of those of Wayne County, Georgia, who served our country in military service during all wars.”
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.”
Single marker on courthouse grounds.
Inscription: - “In memory of those who served our country and the ones who gave their lives for our freedom. WWI - WWII - Korean - Vietnam”
On the grounds of the now closed old Camden County Courthouse, this is a unique “cross” made of finish concrete cubes with granite plaques listing those who died the the wars. Four names are listed for WW1.
Veterans Park adjacent to the Charlton County Courthouse with monuments to the different branches of service. Emphasis on Purple Heart recipients. No specific WW1 monument or individual names for any war.
On the grounds of the historic Glynn County Courthouse, this complement of marble markers lists those that died in each war. The original center stone marker is for WW1 and lists the names of fourteen soldiers.
Inscription: “Dedicated to the men of Glynn County who served their country and to those named who gave their lives for the preservation of liberty and freedom. 1917-The World War-1918.”
Complement of black granite monuments. Eleven names are listed on the WW1 portion of one of the monuments.
This memorial plaque is located in Aquinnah, Massachusetts, which was known as "Gayhead" until the name was changed in 1997.
The inscriptions on the plaque read:
In honor of the men of Gayhead who served their country in the World War
Samuel J. Anthony, Benjamin L. Attaquin, Solomon M. Attaquin, George L. Belain, William H. Cook, Edmund S. Cooper, George W. Cooper, Herbert N. Cooper, Crosby L. Crocker, Durwood W. Diamond, Theodore E. Haskins, Isaiah P. Haskins, Merrian C. Hayson, Marshall Jeffers, Walter W. Manning, Charles W. Ryan, Grover O. Ryan, Jesse P. Smalley, Russell C. Smalley, Charles W. Vanderhoop, Cummins A. Vanderhoop, David F. Vanderhoop, and Leonard D. Vanderhoop
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)
Description: Monument on courthouse grounds
Inscription: - Front: “In grateful memory of those from Effingham County who made the supreme sacrifice in the service of our country that freedom might live and grow and increase its blessings.” Back: “Spanish American War - World War I - World War II - Korean War - Vietnam War. At the going down of the sun and in the morning we will remember them. U.S.A. Bicentennial 1976. Duty - Honor - Country - Well Done - Be Thou At Peace.”
Single rectangle granite monument at on courthouse grounds, with inscriptions on each side. On the WWI side, four names of combat deaths are inscribed. Inscription: “Dedicated to All Who Served.”
Memorial Park adjacent to Tattnall County Courthouse.
Monuments along walking trail lists soldiers for the various wars.
The WWI monument is inscribed with the names of six soldiers.
Granite memorial plaza, Central monolith with brass eagle on top. Semi-circular low wall of granite stones are inscribed with names. The WW1 stone contains the names of 40 soldiers who served. The central monolith is inscribed with 10 casualties. A unique feature is a granite speaker’s podium.
ERECTED BY THE CITIZENS OF THE TOWN OF SHAWANGUNK TO COMMEMORATE THE PATRIOTIC SERVICES OF THE MEN IN THE WORLD WAR 1917-1918
Addition names have been added after initial creation of plaque
April 6, 1917-November 11, 1918
New plaque as a result of deteriorated condition of original and addition names added
This bronze plaque and stone memorial, topped with a bronze eagle, stands as a memorial to Cole County WWI veterans. It includes a list of those who died during their service, one of which was a Red Cross worker.
The memorial stands on the corner of the lawn of the Cole County Courthouse.
This monument is dedicated to the 36 men, from this "Acre" section of Lowell, MA, who lost their lives during WW I
Memorial trees with six existent commemorative plaques for graduates of Charlotte High School, currently located in Rochester, New York, who died in service in the war. Memorials created by CHS Class of 1921. They are located along former lane on east side of carousel.