Kinston in Lenoir County, North Carolina — The American South (South Atlantic)
Lenoir County WW I and WW II Memorial
1917 - 1918
1941 - 1945
In grateful tribute
toward the living and the
dead, who through
their valiant efforts
and bitter sacrifice
have made America
great, is this shrine so
May God grant that
the liberty of mankind
which only brave souls
win and only vigilance
can guard, shall live
on with greater
virility to perpetuate
itself for all ages to
World War I
Alexander, Edgar P. Parrott, George E., Jr.
Alford, Jesse R. Patrick, Leland A.
Brown, Frank R. Rhodes, Gordon L.
Carpenter, Charles W. Riggs, Clem M.
Groom, John L. Rountree, Joseph D.
Grady, John K. Rouse, Herbert
Harris, Pearlie W. Simmons, Willie
Jackson, Burwell C. Thomas, Richard L.
Mercer, Don Turner, Arthur L.
Morrison, Price Tyndall, Mark W.
World War II
Allen, Henry W., Jr. Deans, Clarence F.
Baker, Edgar Duggins, Henry D., Jr.
Baker, James E., Jr. Elmore Richard
Banks, Leslie T. Eubanks,
Barefoot, Edward D. Farmer, W. Wilson
Barfield, Norman L. Farrior, Joe P.
Barrow, Charles H. Fennel, Leonard
Brown, Earl W. Foss, Joshua D.
Bryan, Walter C. Fowel, Roy M.
Byrd, William H. Fuquay, George L.
Campbell, Alan M. Franks, David
Carawan, Benaga Gerrans, Alfred H., Jr.
Cherry, Guy T., Jr. Gorham, Jennings
Coile, Henry C., Sr. Gower, Waldo H.
Collins, Edward G. Haddock, Albert P.
Core, Harvey E., Jr. Hall, Odell
Cox, Lewis E. Hardison, Earl L.
Crawford, Zeno Hardison, Vernon P.
Creel, Darrow R. Hardy, Stephen P., III
Cunningham, Elwood N. Harper, Abe G.
Daniels, Charles A., Jr. Harrison, Gordon
Daughety, David L. Hart, Eddie
Daughety, William H. Hicks, James M.
Davis, Clarence F. Hill, Mark D.
Dawson, Ronald Hill, Milton
Hill, Marion Ray
World War II
Holland, Ace W. Price, Charles M.
Holland, James R. Ransom, James E.
Holloman, Andrew Rochelle, Liston L.
Hoskins, Richard Rouse, John T.
Howard, James S. Sanderson, Burrell W.
Hughes, Allen H. Sawyer, Paul
Hunt, William H. Seydel, Harry L.
Hyland, Frank T. Shute, J.W., Jr.
Jenkins, Charles M. Smith, Willard
Johnson, Arda J. Speight, General
Johnson, Edward E. Stallings, Bruce
Kellum, William F. Stallings, Harry
Kennedy, Headla H. Stanley, Edward E.
Kennedy, Joseph W. Suddreth, Wade
King, Enit B. Suggs, Arnel L., Jr.
Langston, Robert G. Suggs, Grady F.
Lee, Rex E. Suggs, Paul W.
Lawson, Cleo Sutton, Alfred
Malpass, Elbert L. Sutton, Lee
Manning, Carl L. Sutton, Owen W.
Mewborne, Lemuel J. Taylor, Dan
Moore, Amos Thompson, Robert L.
Moore, Joseph L. Turnage, Johnnie J.
Moore, Leavy J. Turner, Ralph M.
Myers, John W. Tyndall, Thurman
McDevitt, Charles W. Tyree, John R.
Newell, James T. Wallace, Harry L.
Newsome, J.P. Waters, Hubert R.
O'Neal, Joseph D. Webber, William H.
Palm, Dale West, George L.
Parish, Maylon White, Furnie
Pearce, James W. Willett, Charles W.
Perry, Johnnie D. Williams, Benjamin E
Phillips, Elijah Williams, E. Elbert
Plymouth, Meldred L. Williams, Junius M.
Porter, John L.
Location. 35° 15.56′ N, 77° 34.858′ W. Marker is in Kinston, North Carolina, in Lenoir County. Marker is on South Queen Street (Business U.S. 258) near East King Street, on the right when traveling north. Click for map. Located on the front lawn of the Lenior County Courthouse. Marker is in this post office area: Kinston NC 28501, United States of America.
Other nearby markers. At least 8 other markers are within walking distance of this marker. The Town Of Kingston (a few steps from this marker); CSS Neuse (a few steps from this marker); Caswell (within shouting distance of this marker); Harmony Hall (about 300 feet away, measured in a direct line); Kinston Hangings (about 500 feet away); CSS Neuse Confederate Ironclad Gunboat (about 600 feet away); Cat Hole (about 700 feet away); John Taylor Wood, CSN (about 700 feet away). Click for a list of all markers in Kinston.
Categories. • War, World I • War, World II •
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