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Dedicated to 1st Sgt. Leonard G. Lomell, a former member of Company D, 2nd Ranger Battalion, United States Army, World War II, in recongnition of his Distinguished Service to his unit and country. On June 6, 1944, D-Day, 1st Sgt. Lomell, as an act…
Erected toSpanish War Veterans1898 - 1902 Dedicated tothose who rendered serviceSinking of the MaineSan Juan HillSantiagoPorto RicoSantiago BayManila BayPhillipine InsurrectionEl CaneyChinese Boxer Rebellionand all others who served1898 1902
In Memory of Hopkins Township Veterans Lost in Wars Civil WarFrederick A. Brewer???6-17-1865 · Darwin E. Calloway ???POW · William Everhart ???3-28-1863 · Reuben Grommon ???6-21-1865 · Reuben Hoffmaster ???2-19-1865 …
On 27 April 1781, Brig. Gen. Benedict Arnold led the British army's 76th and 80th Regiments, the Queen's Rangers, and some other units in an assault at Osborne's in Chesterfield County. The Americans posted a number of Virginia Navy ships near her…
In honor of those who servedin the Armed Forces of theUnited States of America In Memory ofAll American VeteransThis memorial honors all American veterans who, although separate by generations, shared a common, undeniable goal — to valian…
Dedicated to all veterans who have served their country honorably,and have helped preserve the freedoms that we enjoy in this great country.From A Grateful Nation
Buffalo Soldier & officer. In 1890 awarded Medal of Honor. His long career exemplified struggles of black soldiers of the era. House stood here.
In 1875, Congress approved funding to build several lighthouses along this segment of the Delaware River. This site was purchased in April 1876, and by December the Port Penn Front Range Light was completed. Constructed under the direction of the …
[View of left side of marker] Mustered in Aug. 23, 1862Battles Participated in byThe 94th O.V.I. Commanded byCol. Joseph W. Frizell.Perryville, KY. October 8, 1862Stone River, Tenn. Dec. 31, 1862 - Jan. 3, 1863Chickamauga, GA. Sept. 19 - 21, 18…
Center PanelIn Memory and in Honor of all East Clarendon men and women who served in the armed forces of our country Left PanelArmyAir Force Right PanelNavyMarinesCoast Guard BaseIn Grateful Tribute to the Living and the Dead
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