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“Bite-Size Bits of Local, National, and Global History”
Greenwood in Greenwood County, South Carolina — The American South (South Atlantic)

World War Memorial

World War Memorial Marker -<br>North Side image. Click for full size.
By Brian Scott, February 21, 2009
1. World War Memorial Marker -
North Side
North Side:
Erected November 11, 1929
by the Greenwood Post No. 20
of the American Legion
the Legion Auxiliary and the
Citizens of Greenwood County
in honor of the brave men who
sacrificed their lives so
that liberty and justice might
reign throughout the world.

West Side:
1917-1918 Dedicated to the memory of those who
gave their lives in the World War I

White Theodore W. Gaines∙ Dr. Raymond N. Davis∙ George L. McCord∙ Edgar S. Eakin∙ John P. Anderson∙ Frank C. Banks∙ John S. Brown∙ Ernest G. Coleman∙ William H. Ellenberg∙ Jimmie H. Herin∙ James J. Johnson∙ Edward W. Knight∙ Henry N. Lance∙ Thomas J. Lyon∙ Leroy McGhee∙ William D. Mitchell∙ John F. Moss∙ Lawrence B. Nickles∙ Perry N. Nix∙ Lester E. Rhodes∙ John T. Adams∙ David F. Rush∙ Furman D. Stribling∙ Vander E. Summer∙ John C. Sprouse∙ Bubber Tucker∙ James L. Waites∙ Samuel C. Watson∙ Dawson C. Whatley∙ John Henry Young∙ Lewis R. Maddox Colored Moses Manyweather∙ John Chiles∙ H. Dennis∙ Ed Jackson∙ W.H. Zimmerman∙ Thomas Belcher∙ Tom Boyd∙ John Butler∙
World War Memorial Marker -<br>West Side image. Click for full size.
By Brian Scott, February 21, 2009
2. World War Memorial Marker -
West Side
McKinley Fisher∙ Henry Chin∙ James Gilmore∙ Lowrance Lomax∙ William Lewis∙ Elliot Long∙ David Parks∙ Milton Phillips∙ Fred Seigler∙ Tillman Tarrant∙ Silas Waller∙ Willie Williams∙ Willie Bird∙ James Cothran∙ Eugene C. Cothran∙ Wallace Red South Side:
Korean Conflict Thomas L. Hitt∙ George Willard, Jr. ∙ Luther R. Ambrose, Jr. ∙ James A. Hembree, Jr. ∙ Murph J. Killingsworth, Jr. ∙ Adgie Duvall, Jr. ∙ Zack H. McCord ∙ Carl Henry Holder Vietnam Conflict William O. “Bill” Adams ∙ Claude H. Covington ∙ Bobby Ray Childs ∙ Ronald Sprouse ∙ Johnnie K. Culbreath ∙ Franklin D. Cambrell ∙ James A. Goodman ∙ Wayne C. Elledge ∙ Bobby Gene Stevenson ∙ Carl L. Holder ∙ Clyde S. Sweatt ∙ Robert Lee Jennings ∙ Jerry Bryant ∙ Billy Lee Coker ∙ Danny Roy Magaha ∙ David Yeldell ∙ David Lee Brooks ∙ Lawrence Phillips ∙ Gregory Carlyle Schoper ∙ William E. Wood, Jr. ∙ George R. Ward, Jr. ∙ Ferris Ansel Rhodes, Jr. ∙ Tony B. Smart ∙ Cary J. Smith

East Side:
1941-1945 Dedicated to the memory of those who
gave their lives in the World War II White Chestley J.
World War Memorial Marker -<br>South Side image. Click for full size.
By Brian Scott, February 21, 2009
3. World War Memorial Marker -
South Side
Armstrong ,Jr. ∙ Patrick A. Arnold ∙ Charles A. Bagley ∙ William L. Balentine, Jr. ∙ Ralph T. Ballew ∙ Raymond H. Barnette ∙ William E. Bleckley ∙ Andrew Borders ∙ Thurman C. Boswell ∙ Curtis M. Bray ∙ Robert M. Brissie ∙Manson J. Browne ∙ Boyd E. Burgess ∙ Joseph W. Butler ∙ Stephen M. Byars, Jr. ∙ Robert G. Campbell ∙ Grady H. Canup ∙ Milton L. Capps ∙ Wilbur Carroll ∙ Maxwell M. Chapman ∙ James B. Cheatham ∙ David F. Clamp, Jr. ∙ James P. Clark ∙ Patrick O. Coker ∙ Hoyt L. Compton ∙ Dewey Cooper, Jr. ∙ Wade R. Cothran ∙ James L. Daniel ∙ J.W. Davenport ∙ D.W. Davis ∙ Fred O. Deal ∙ W.W. Deal ∙ James Z. Dill ∙ Henry P. Duncan ∙ James G. Ellis ∙ Lewis H. Ferguson ∙ James W. Fisher ∙ Carl L. Freeman ∙ James T. Freeman, Jr. ∙ Marion S. Funderburk ∙ Thomas R. Gambrell ∙ Joseph W. Garrett ∙ Cecil G. Gentry ∙ Wallace I. Glenn ∙ John L. Goldman ∙ Grimpe L. Graham, Jr. ∙ Irvin V. Griffin, Jr. ∙ Johnnie J. Grizzell ∙ Henry T. Hahn ∙ William A. Hamby ∙ James B. Hammond ∙ Charles B. Harris ∙ William E. Harrison ∙ James E. Harvey ∙ John K. Hawkins, Jr. ∙ Harold G.
World War Memorial Marker -<br>East Side image. Click for full size.
By Brian Scott, February 21, 2009
4. World War Memorial Marker -
East Side
Hayes ∙ Clyde F. Henderson ∙ William L. Hodge ∙ Earl L. Hodges ∙ Frank C. Hodges ∙ Heyward C. Holley ∙ Vern Holley ∙ Clarence K. Hollingsworth ∙ James L. Hollingsworth, Jr. ∙ Ernest M. Horne ∙ Manning Holsonback ∙ Collins D. Holt ∙ William E. Huff ∙ Guy W. Hughes ∙ Tracy H. Jackson ∙ Carl W. James ∙ Jennings J. Jamison ∙ Chalmers J. Jenkins ∙ Roy F. Jones ∙ Albert P. King, Jr. ∙ Charles E. King ∙ Carl H. Larkins ∙ Alex E. Leonard ∙ Harry Lewis ∙ James R. Lightsey ∙ Belton R. Loftis ∙ Fred G. Lyda ∙ James A. Lyda ∙ James A. Matthews ∙ Robert B. McFadden ∙ Lewis O. McIntosh ∙ Eugene Medlock ∙ James W. Minor ∙ Walton Moon ∙ Clinton C. Morgan ∙ Harold Morse ∙ Jesse C. Motes ∙ Joseph W. Mundy ∙ Olin S. Munnerlyn, Jr. ∙ Cleveland M. Ouzts, Jr. ∙ Clarence H. Pace ∙ Charles H. Patrick ∙ William M. Patrick ∙ Henry W. Patterson ∙ John S. Payne ∙ John C. Pratt ∙ Dennis O. Reynolds ∙ Joe D. Richard ∙ Samuel G. Richey ∙ William G. Rhodes ∙ John T. Robinson ∙ William W. Saxon ∙ Benson Sizemore ∙ Richard M. Smith ∙ Allan J. Snead ∙ Thomas C. Snyder ∙ Weldon Spence
World War Memorial image. Click for full size.
By Brian Scott, February 21, 2009
5. World War Memorial
∙ John W. Stalnaker ∙ Elmer J. Stewart ∙ Kenneth T. Stokes ∙ Henry M. Taylor ∙ Charles E. Teague, Sr. ∙ Johnnie M. Thomas ∙ Verlyn C. Tollison ∙ James C. Turner ∙ Paul R. Underwood ∙ William C. Waldrop ∙ William H. Walters ∙ Clarence G. Watt ∙ Robert E.L. Watt ∙ Fred O. Wells ∙ Ansel West ∙ Frank A. Wind, Jr. ∙ William L. Wise ∙ James W. White ∙ Ralph V. Wood Colored William E. Bradley ∙ Curties Carroll ∙ Willie J. Deavore ∙ Willie Hill ∙ Rodger Holmes, Jr. ∙ Jefferson Kemp ∙ Saint Lindsey ∙ James McGrier ∙ Henderson Mennewetter ∙ Haywood Ward ∙ James White

Erected 1929 by Greenwood Post No. 20 American Legion, the Legion Auxiliary, and the Citizens of Greenwood County.
Location. 34° 11.383′ N, 82° 9.645′ W. Marker is in Greenwood, South Carolina, in Greenwood County. Marker is at the intersection of Main Street and Oak Avenue on Main Street. Click for map. Marker is in this post office area: Greenwood SC 29646, United States of America.
Other nearby markers. At least 8 other markers are within walking distance of this marker. Textile Workers Monument (here, next to this marker); Main Street
World War Memorial image. Click for full size.
By Brian Scott, February 21, 2009
6. World War Memorial
(within shouting distance of this marker); Marshal Ferdinand Foch (within shouting distance of this marker); Municipal Fountain (about 300 feet away, measured in a direct line); To The People of Greenwood County (about 800 feet away); In God We Trust (about 800 feet away); Greenwood County Confederate Monument (approx. 0.2 miles away); Magnolia Cemetery (approx. 0.3 miles away). Click for a list of all markers in Greenwood.
Also see . . .  Mayor unveils new plaques. (Submitted on January 22, 2015.)
Additional comments.
1. New markers added to this memorial
Interestingly enough, the original listings for the soldiers were separated by "white" soldiers, and "Colored" soldiers, in line with the segregation of both the services and the feelings of the day. Recently, the Mayor of Greenwood and other politicians made a move to correct that, but ran afoul of an obscure state law. The markers are "on hold". See the link above: Mayor unveils new plaques.
    — Submitted January 21, 2015, by James R. Murray of Elkton, Florida.

Categories. War, KoreanWar, VietnamWar, World IWar, World II
Credits. This page originally submitted on , by Brian Scott of Anderson, South Carolina. This page has been viewed 844 times since then and 22 times this year. Last updated on , by J. Makali Bruton of Querétaro, Mexico. Photos:   1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6. submitted on , by Brian Scott of Anderson, South Carolina. • Bill Pfingsten was the editor who published this page. This page was last revised on June 16, 2016.
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