LaFayette in Chambers County, Alabama — The American South (East South Central)
Chambers County War Memorial
Chambers Co. Veterans
Who Gave Their Lives
In Following Wars
World War II
Askew, Arthur L. Pvt. Austin, George L. Jr. 1st Lt. Baker, Edwin H. Sgt. Bassett, Wilma M. Pvt. Belcher, Guy E. PFC. Bishop, Ulysses H. Tec. 4 Brown, John T. Sgt. Brown, William A. Cpl. Butler, Cecil C. Pvt. Crowder, Robert L. Pvt. Dardy, James Jr. Pvt. Davis, Charles W. Sgt. Farrar, James L. PFC. Fitzpatrick, John W. PFC. Floyd, Wilbur Pvt. Ford, Dwight H. Sgt. Freeman, Elmer B. Jr. Pvt. Gilbert, Joseph D. S.Sgt. Gilmore, Marvin Pvt. Hall, Sanders A. PFC. Heard, Robert A. PFC. Hodges, Oliver Pvt. Howell, Lonzie L. Pvt. Johnson, James S. Sgt. Jones, F.B. PFC. Langley, Henderson PFC. Lanier, Aubrey T. 1st Lt. Mathews, Burton Cpl. Matthews, Ben D. Pvt. Meadows, Dave Pvt. Moore, Albert W. Pvt. Moore, Carlton W. Tec. 4 Nealey, Jack Pvt. Newton, Robert J. S.Sgt. Osborn, William B. Pvt. Pace, George PFC. Peters, Larkus A. PFC. Pinkard, Roy H. 2nd Lt. Potts, James A. Redmond, William T. Sgt. Shaver, John B. PFC. Sikes, Joe
World War I
Barber, Wiley L. Batchelor, Harry H. Beaird, Andrew E. Behannan, Walter T. Bonner, Sam Bridges, James F. Brown, T. Burdon, Joe Campbell, Burl Carlisle, Merritt E. Clem, Johnson Cox, Ashburn F. Crowder, Lester D. Falls, Victor C. Foster, Wesley B. Greathouse, Earnest Hamer, Jimmie L. High, Elmer G. Hunter, Luther Jackson, George F. Johnson, Allen Johnson, James L. Jones, Edward Lackey, Archie T. Lauderdale, Stephens H. Mangrum, William P. McFarlin, Robert E. Monagan, John H. Perryman, Fred Sherman, Charlie D. Slaughter, Lem W. Stanfield, Charles D. Thomaston, Thomas Yates, Grady Volmer L. Wilkerson
Adamson, Larry Oneal Sp4. Barnes, Richard Louis Cpl. Langley, Francis Lee PFC. Little, Wallace S. SFC. Monday, Robert H. Sp4. Monore, Wilber Dean LCpl. Moon, Jerry Rudoph A2C. Senn, Thomas Larry PFC. Simpkins, Wilmer Franklin Sgt. Thomas, Roy Edward Sgt. Watts, Roy Delano Sgt.
Erected by American Legion Post 141.
Topics. This memorial is listed in these topic lists: War, Korean • War, Vietnam • War, World I • War, World II.
Location. 32° 53.966′ N, 85° 24.064′ W. Marker is in LaFayette, Alabama, in Chambers County. Memorial is on Lafayette Street (U.S. 431), on the right when traveling north. Memorial is on the west grounds of the county courthouse. Touch for map. Marker is in this post office area: Lafayette AL 36862, United States of America. Touch for directions.
Other nearby markers. At least 8 other markers are within 10 miles of this marker, measured as the crow flies. Muscogee Indians (a few steps from this marker); Chambers County (a few steps from this marker); The LaFayette Presbyterian Church (about 700 feet away, measured in a direct line); LaFayette Cemetery (approx. 0.4 miles away); Vines Funeral Home and Ambulance ServiceEssie J. Handy Memorial Cemetery (approx. 0.9 miles away); Providence Baptist Church (approx. 7.9 miles away); Fort Cusseta (approx. 9.7 miles away). Touch for a list and map of all markers in LaFayette.
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