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Watertown, Tennessee Veterans Monument

 
 
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By Duane and Tracy Marsteller, May 16, 2020
1. Watertown, Tennessee Veterans Memorial
Inscription.  
[Center stone]
Dedicated to all the men and women in our community who have served.

All that is necessary for the triumph of evil is that good men do nothing. Edmund Burke

Gold Star Recipients
Barbour, Charles Crawford Jr August 1, 1943 • Bass, Charles William May 9, 1945 • Bratten, Clyde O. October 8, 1918 • Burkett, William Wauford Jr. August 28, 1944 • Forrester, Robert L. Jr. July 30, 1942 • Johnson, Shelby October 18, 1918 • Lynch, James Edward July 23, 1950 • McGuire, Robert J. Jr. August 7, 2002 • Nettles, Melton C. September 24, 1943 • Parker, Carvin Oakley June 15, 1944 • Phillips, Roy Wendell November 6, 1944 • Phillips, William Grigsby August 3, 1967 • Reeder, Fred S. July 14, 1944 • Rice, James Thomas May 28, 1944 • Sherrill, Charlie Lofton January 10, 1945 • Washburn, Jeff February 8, 1919 • Williams, Jack September 29, 1918

[World War I]
Agee, Omer N. • Allen, Archie D. • Alsup, Clarence L. • Alsup, William Virgil • Armstrong, Kelsey McKinley • Ashworth, Cecil • Baker, Robert Howell • Ball, Cecil Andrew • Bane, Ardie • Bane, Lioge • Bane, Purnell • Barber, Gershan • Bass, A. C.
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By Duane and Tracy Marsteller, May 16, 2020
2. Watertown, Tennessee Veterans Monument
Center stone
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• Bass, Bedford C. • Bass, Bob • Bass, Johnnie Bedford • Bass, Verlan • Beadle, Willie Dee • Bell, Henry • Bell, James H. • Bell, Wilbur • Bryan, Edgar Daulton • Bryan, Henry D. • Burkett, Robert • Buterbaugh, Alexander Clyde • Carney, Edgar Poe • Clark, Odell • Combs, Laurence • Cooper, Irl Fry • Davis, James W. • Donnell, Will • Enoch, Hayden C. • Floyd, Walter B. • Forbes, Pete Turney • Foutch, Bedford • Fuller, Frank G. • Gibbs, Dee • Hailey, Robert Eugene • Halums, Homer • Hardin, Luther Cecil • Hayes, Lonnie • Hays, Valta • Henrickson, Luther A. • Hill, Vester • Hopkins, George L. • Hudson, William H. • Huggins, Willie Floyd • Hutercherson, Columbus U. • Ingram, Robert S. • Jaco, Alvie James • Jennings, Robert • Johnson, Wilson Standford • Jones, Albert Gowin • Jones, Everett • Keaton, Elvis L. • Lasater, Everett • Lewis, Rene Wilson • Litchfield, David F. • Malone, David Hassell • Mason, Abe • Midgett, Willie D. • Neal, Charley G. • Neal, Earnest Newton • Neal, Marshall D. • Oakford, Robert L. • Oakley, Escar Judson • Oakley, Joe Fugit • Odom, Bethel Calvin • O'Neal, John Richard • Patton, Elzie Dale • Patton, Maxie O. • Patton, Ray R. • Payne, Ollie Maxson • Payne, William Manson • Penuel, Byron Stroud • Phillips, Clarence W. • Porterfield, Lessia • Posey, Osko D. • Reeves, Homer C. • Ricketts, Henry C. • Rucker, Rufus Vernon • Shoeman, William E. • Slager, Charlie Wesley
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By Duane and Tracy Marsteller, May 16, 2020
3. Watertown, Tennessee Veterans Monument
World War I stone
• Slate, Haskell C. • Smith, Anderson • Smith, Frank C. • Sullins, Louis Edward • Taylor, Ike • Thomas, Sidney • Thompson, Benny • Tracy, Thomas J. • Trapp, Herman C.

[World War II (Front side)]
Adamson, Charles Homer • Allen, Charles Neal • Allen, James Eli Jr. • Allen, William S. • Armstrong, Elbert M. • Armstrong, Charles Davis • Armstrong, Joseph W. • Bain, Luther R. • Baines, J. B. • Baird, Tom • Barnett, Robert E. • Baskin, Hobart • Bass, Joe Gilford • Bass, Jim • Bass, Raymond D. • Bass, Roger William • Bass, Thomas Wilson • Bass, Willie Whitson • Bates, Felix • Bates, William C. • Beadle, Robert Hugh • Beard, Eddie Lawrence • Beckwith, Robert Baird • Bennett, Norman Ray • Blankenship, Billy Robert • Blankenship, James R. • Blythe, John T. • Bobo, Ben K. • Bullard, Willie Howard • Burkett, Wilburn Lee • Bush, William C. • Carr, Houston • Casetty, Thomas John • Chastain, Paul D. • Corley, Dewey N. • Cragwell, Bedford Jr. • Cunningham, Harold H. • Davenport, Fred James • Donnell, Samuel Hagle • Dudney, Wallace N. • Enoch, Benjamin Austin • Figgins, Ernest • Fisher, J.C. • Floyd, James W. • Ford, Virgil R. • Forrester, William Howell • Green, Billy R. • Grooms, George • Gwaltney, Bert Cordell • Haley, Kelton Brown • Harden, J.W. • Harden, Ray T. • Hardin, William Doyle • Hardin, Cyril B. • Harvey, Ballard N. • Harvey, Carl L. Jr. • Harvey, Thomas R. • Hawkins,
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By Duane and Tracy Marsteller, May 16, 2020
4. Watertown, Tennessee Veterans Monument
World War II stone (front side)
Elijah L. • Hays, Joe B. • Hight, Elbert Garland • Holdsworth, George A. • Holdsworth, Joe F. • Huddleston, Clyde • Hudson, Haley Young • Hudgins, Clyde Griffin • Hughes, William T. • Hutchinson, Joe B. • James, R. B. • Jennings, Herbert L. • Jennings, Joe O. • Jennings, Paul • Jennings, Winford Erastus • Jennison, Joe B. • Jewell, Harold C. • Jewell, James Powell • Johnson, Howell S. • Johnson, Johnnie T. • Jones, Burford Roy • Jones, John C. • Kelley, Odell • Kent, Carl Edward • Kent, James A. • Kiowell, James Doyle • Knox, Hugh W. • LaFever, George Lees • LaFever, James William • Lasater, Dewey W. • Lasater, John B. • Lasater, Truett

[Korea]
Barrett, Bratten • Ferguson, William Gerald • Floyd, Edsel • Harrison, Thermon Neal • Hill, Russell Lendon • Johnson, Harley Clifton • Jones, Donald Bridges • Kidwell, James Forest • LaFever, James William • Oakley, Glen W. • Scott, William Harold • Sherrill, Jimmie Dean • Thompson, Johnny Ray • Williams, Carl Lyle • Harvey, Howell Douglas • Hill, Clarence Edward • Harvey, H. Forrest

[Vietnam]
Barbee, Ray Donald • Beadle, Leonard Reed • Evans, Charles Elliot • Evans, James Edward • Ferrell, Donald • Haley, Bobby • Hardin, Jerry David • Harvey, Carl L. Jr. • Kilzer, Joe Donald • Lawrence, David Walter • Reeder, Fred Allen • Roberts, James Lester • Saddler, Dwight Groom
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By Duane and Tracy Marsteller, May 16, 2020
5. Watertown, Tennessee Veterans Monument
Korea, Vietnam and Desert Shield/Storm stone
• Smith, Chester Erasmus • Smith, Wallace William • Stephens, James Oliver • Stroud, Roy David • Tarpley, Ernest Leroy • Tarpley, Mitchell Clayton • Walker, Roy D. • Williams, Larry Gordon • Wood, James Robert • Williams, James "Skid" Jr.

[Desert Shield/Storm]
Jones, David Allen • Kaylor, Kenneth Norman • Kent, David Brain

[Operation Enduring Freedom - Afghanistan]
Collier, Phillip R. • Freeman, Theodore Alan Jr. • Manus, Donald • McGuire, Robert J. Jr. • Pyles, Clayton Dayle • Collins, Matthew H. • Jenkins, Cody N. • Blair, Dustin W. • Bain, Daniel T. • Dunkin, Mitchell • McNeely, Josh • Hill, Joshua Laine • Liddle, Marshall • Liddle, David Alex

[Operation Iraqi Freedom]
Abney, Michael A. • Aylor, Adam • Aylor, Alex Aaron • Bain, Michael E. • Carter, Jesse • Elam, Andrew • Ellison, Lorenzo • Fennell, Allen Eugene • Fletcher, Mark Anthony • Gibson, Jim • Haley, Justin Neal • Holloway, Clayton E. • Jenkins, Tyler Logan • Kent, David Brian • Liddle, Marshall • Monroe, Aaron • Montgomery, Eddie Dean Jr. • Pollard, Chris • Strunk, Patrick Neal • Vantrease, LaGreggory S. • White, Charles T. • Hill, Joshua Laine • Driver, Lance Nolan
 
Topics. This memorial monument is listed in this topic list: Military.
 
Location. 36° 5.938′ N, 86° 8.034′ 
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By Duane and Tracy Marsteller, May 16, 2020
6. Watertown, Tennessee Veterans Monument
Operation Enduring Freedom-Afghanistan and Operation Iraqi Freedom stone
W. Marker is in Watertown, Tennessee, in Wilson County. Memorial is on Depot Street just south of West Main Street, on the right when traveling south. Touch for map. Marker is at or near this postal address: 127 Depot St, Watertown TN 37184, United States of America. Touch for directions.
 
Other nearby markers. At least 8 other markers are within 11 miles of this marker, measured as the crow flies. Wilson Lawrence Waters (approx. 0.4 miles away); Wheeler School (approx. 5.3 miles away); DeKalb County Fair (approx. 5.6 miles away); Morgan in Alexandria (approx. 5.8 miles away); Gen. John H. Morgan CSA (approx. 5.8 miles away); Morgan's Ohio Raid (approx. 6.4 miles away); William Haskell Neal (approx. 7.2 miles away); Thompson-Partlow Cabin and Smokehouse (approx. 10.2 miles away).
 
 
Credits. This page was last revised on May 20, 2020. It was originally submitted on May 18, 2020, by Duane Marsteller of Murfreesboro, Tennessee. This page has been viewed 100 times since then and 22 times this year. Photos:   1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6. submitted on May 18, 2020, by Duane Marsteller of Murfreesboro, Tennessee. • Devry Becker Jones was the editor who published this page.
 
Editor’s want-list for this marker. Names from the reverse side of the WWII stone. • Can you help?

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