Historical Marker Series

Spirit of the American Doughboy - E. M. Viquesney

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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 D JoeckCom…
Dedicated to the memory of our comrades who entered the service of their country from Fort Smith, Arkansas and who gave their lives in the World War.
Erected 1927 byFrancis M. DodgeWilbert M. Allenand other citizensin grateful recognitionof the patriotic servicerendered byFountain Countymen and womenduring the World War1917-1918
Dedicated to the memory ofour comrades who entered theservice of their countryfrom Anderson Countyand who gave their lives inthe World War———-Dedicated byW.A. Hudgens Post No. 14,American LegionNovember 11, 1934
They shall live forevermoreour glorious dead1917 ? ? ? 1919Erected to the memory of the men and women of Franklin County who gave their lives in the World War "Greater love hath no man than thisthat a man lay down his life for his friends"St. John XV. 13…
In memory of the men and women of Tuscarawas County who served their country in the World War
This tablet is erected as a tribute to the men of Frenchtown who served on the Great World War. 1917-1918
This monument is presented tothe City of PetersburgbyPetersburg Post No. 2The American Legionand affectionately dedicatedto our comrades who marchedout with us during the WorldWar, and did not come backNovember 11th 1928
Putnam CountyRemembersMichael A. Ader · Fred Adkins · Levi F. Aker · Ralph E. Arnold · Homer B. Austin · Ralph D. Boone · Lee R. Collins · Dwight Ford · Millard E. Gibson · Andrew Hays · …
(Front Plaque)In Grateful Recognitionof thePatriotic Service Rendered byThe Men and Women of Owen CountyDuring the World War1917 - 1918(Back Plaque)This tablet is erectedin memory of these men ofOwen Countywho gave their livesin the World War1914 - 1918Edwa…