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To the glory of godand to those who servedfought and died that ourflag may ever fly in honorand in peace. This shrineis reverently dedicatedby Pat and SandyAug. 15, 1949
Why is this pole here?
This pole is actually a part of Belmar's maritime history. It is the foremast (front mast) of the Malta, a ship that was wrecked off 8th Ave. in Belmar on November 24, 1885. The foremast was salvaged and mounted here as a…
April 8, 1778Destruction of Shark River Salt WorksOn this date some 150 men, composed of British Highlanders and loyalists, landed south of Shark River and completely destroyed the salt-works which produced this commodity essential to the well-bei…
1941 - 1942
For God and CountryThis tablet is erected in Honor ofThe men and women of BelmarWho answered their country's callIn World War IIAnd to the eternal memory ofThe following comradesWho made the supreme sacrificeFrederick L. Abbott &mid…
When our Nation called,They served...In bitter cold, in sweltering heat,In burning desert sands.
Dedicated on November 11th, 2001 byThe grateful citizens of BelmarIn honor of our Veterans.
Korea · Vietnam · Persian GulfKilled i…
Dedicatedin honor of those whoentered the serviceof their countryfromBelmar, New Jerseyandin memory of thosewho gave their livesinthe World War.Presented byThe citizens of Belmar, New JerseyJoseph MayerMayorThomas S. Dillon ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? Thomas …