Winchester in Franklin County, Tennessee — The American South (East South Central)
In Memory of Our Franklin County War Dead
Dedicated May 29, 1995
Robert H. Ashley ∙ Albert A. Banholzer ∙ William J. Blansett ∙ Harry R. Bohanan ∙ Paul A. Bunn ∙ Ernest J. Campbell ∙ Henry C. Cates ∙ William O. Clark ∙ George W. Decker ∙ Frank Epperson ∙ Lester N. Evans ∙ Enoch S. Foster ∙ Thomas E. Gossage ∙ Aubrey Grant ∙ Robert L. Hockersmith ∙ Wiliam B. Hughes ∙ Warnie Isbell ∙ James L. Jones ∙ Sam B. Kennerly ∙ William M. Ledford ∙ Arthur Marks ∙ John T. Omohundro ∙ Jeff D. Pack ∙ Louis E. Pickney ∙ Charles L. Russell ∙ George D. Sheridan ∙ Zeb Snelson ∙ Benjamin F. St John ∙ Barney G. Taylor ∙ Edward C. Tucker ∙ Ike Turner ∙ Peter J. Turney III ∙ Thomas R. Wilhoite ∙ David L. Wilson ∙ Miles Woods
World War II
John C. Anderton ∙ Murrell W. Anderton Jr. ∙ J. Thomas Arnold ∙ Patrick Ashburn ∙ James L. AJshley ∙ Palmer S. Awtrey ∙ Ralph T. Barnes ∙ Earl S. Bearden ∙ Wilburn L. Bradford ∙ Robert L. Brinkley ∙ Charles Buchanan ∙ Francis A. Caldwell ∙ Frank Casteel ∙ Charlie K. Castleberry ∙ Johnnie C. Certain ∙ Beverly L. Chadwell ∙ Willie Childress ∙ Thomas H. Clark
Howard G. Foster ∙ Basil M. Grizzell, Jr. ∙ Forrest M. Marshall ∙ Willie Modena ∙ Carl W. Payne, Jr. ∙ James Rutledge ∙ J.D. Sanders ∙ Standford G. Shahan ∙ Franklin Shetters ∙ Thomas W. Williams
Jackson D. Barnes ∙ Jimmy R. Clark ∙ Charles L.Housley ∙ Joe L. Lujan, Jr. ∙ Ronald V. Putnam ∙ James E. Robinson ∙ George Rutledge, Jr. ∙ Kenneth P. Shasteen ∙ John H. Shetters ∙ Gary D. Templeton ∙ Randy Ward
Nathan B. Clemons
David A. Stephens
Location. 35° 11.167′ N, 86° 6.717′ W. Marker is in Winchester, Tennessee, in Click for map. Marker is at the Northeast corner of the Franklin County courthouse. Marker is in this post office area: Winchester TN 37398, United States of America.
Other nearby markers. At least 8 other markers are within walking distance of this marker. James Winchester (a few steps from this marker); Colonel James Lewis (within shouting distance of this marker); Secession (within shouting distance of this marker); Winchester's Civil War Sites (about 400 feet away, measured in a direct line); Built 1914 (about 400 feet away); Mary Sharp College (about 700 feet away); a different marker also named Mary Sharp College (about 700 feet away); Tullahoma Campaign (approx. 0.2 miles away). Click for a list of all markers in Winchester.
Categories. • War, Afghanistan • War, Vietnam • War, World I • War, World II •
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