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Alamance County War Memorial

 
 
Alamance County War Memorial Marker image. Click for full size.
By Paul Jordan, March 22, 2010
1. Alamance County War Memorial Marker
Inscription.  The Memorial Is Dedicated To The Honor Of All The Brave Men And Women Of Alamance County Who Fought In Service To Their Country And In Memory Of Those Inscribed Here Who Died In Defense Of Our Freedom.

Civil War
Jacob Adams, W.B. Adams, Calvin Albright, George M.G. Albright, Henry C. Albright, John S. Albright, Joseph A. Albright, Lawrence Albright, Samuel A. Albright, Sauren Albright, E.M. Allen, Lea Allison, Thomas Allred, Calvander Andrews, S. Andrews, Jacob Anthony, Alfred A. Atkins, George Barker, Daniel L. Barnett, Henry M. Barnwell, Jackson Beard, William Bintle, William B. Boggs, James D. Bradshaw, James N. Bradshaw, Charles A. Branch, Thomas J. Brannock, Eli B. Branson Jr., John Braxton, Henry M. Brown, Zimiri Canter, H. Capps, William L. Carson, Robert J. Chatham, George Clapp, Tubal Clapp, William Clements, Henry M. Clendenin, Willis H. Coble, Ethridge Cook, B.H. Corbett, James A. Crutchfield, Henry Daneby, Pleasant Daniel, Henry Danielly, William J. Danielly, John M. Davidson, Samuel J. Dickey, Robert L. Donnell, P.S. Ector, Job Evans, R.L. Evans, William Faucett, William H. Faucett, John W. Faucette, Oscar
Alamance County War Memorial Marker image. Click for full size.
By Paul Jordan, March 21, 2010
2. Alamance County War Memorial Marker
D. Fogleman, Thomas G. Fonville, Jon F. Foster, Peter Z. Foust, James Fowler, Radford Frederick, Joseph Freeland, William J. Freeland, John C. Freeman, George R. Garrison, William J. Garrison, Felty Gerringer, Henry Gerringer, Thomas E. Gibson, Jesse Gilliam, William Graham, William H. Guthrie, James Haley, James Hall, John M. Halstead, J.M. Harder, James R. Harder, Anderson M. Harp, John W. Harris, Foster Hatch, David Hatchell, James J. Hatchell, James J. Hatchett, Julius Hatchett, James J. Hicks, Jesse Hicks, Granville S. Holt, Jeremiah Holt, Jeremiah M. Holt, Wilkins Holt, M.V. Hopkins, Adam Huffman, John Huffman, John D. Huffman, John E. Hughes, William J. Hurdle, Andrew J. Hutchins, Alfred Iseley, Lewis C. Iseley, William Iseley, Austin Isley, Benjamin Isley, Alfred James, Daniel M. Keck, Anderson King, Mebane Kinney, Jordan H. Kirkpatrick, James M. Lackey, Orren Lamb, William M. Lankford, James W. Lewis, Taylor Linnen, B.N. Long, John A. Long, Joseph G. Long, Matthew Markham, L. Allen Martin, James M. Matthews, Daniel May, John H. Maynard, Calvin McAdams, Oliver McPherson, Bartlett Y. Mebane, Thomas J. Minnis, Alexander Mitchell, Eli M. Mitchell, Henry C. Mitchell, William G. Mitchell, George A. Moore, Harrison Moore, Solomon Moore, John Moser, J.F. Murray, John A. Murray, Madison Murray, William W. Murray, A.S. Nelson, James D. Netherly, William E. Newlin, William Newman,
Civil War image. Click for full size.
By Paul Jordan, May 31, 2010
3. Civil War
William M. Nix, Herod Noah, Nathaniel Norwood, George W. Palmer, Lewis M. Patton, William Patton, James M. Payne, John J. Pettigrew, Robert Pettigrew, Benjamin R. Phillips, John F. Pickard, James C. Price, William A. Rascoe, John Ray, John S. Ray, Daniel R. Rich, Amos Richardson, Frederick Richardson, James A. Ripey, James H. Roberson, S.M. Robertson, Henry Roseman, Benjamin Ross, David C. Ross, Joseph G. Ross, John S. Rumbley, John W. Russell, George Sams, Josh Schaefer, D.T. Sellars, Daniel C. Sharp, Daniel E. Sharp, Milton H. Sharp, Anderson M. Sharpe, Jacob Shepherd, Samuel Shepherd, John Shoffner, Michael Shoffner, Chesley Simpson, Edward D. Simpson, James Simpson, John E. Simpson, Martin V. Simpson, Morgan Simpson, Daniel S. Staley, John Stanford, John P. Stanford, Moses Stanford, Emsley Steel, William A. Steel, James P. Stewart, George W. Stinson, Samuel C. Stockard, Samuel Stuart, John H.P. Summers, Chesley W. Sutton, John F. Sutton, Lindsey Sutton, Mason Tarpley, Joseph Taylor, George Thompson, Isaac Thompson, James S. Thompson, John A. Thompson, John H. Thompson, Joseph H. Thompson, Oliver N. Thompson, S.C. Thompson, William Thompson, Absalom Tickle, George R. Tickle, George S. Tickle, Julius Tickle, Simeon Tickle, James M. Troxler, James M. Walker, Anderson Way, Robert A. Weeden, Simpson R. Weitzel, Eli Weldon, George B. Wells, Thomas Whisenhunt, William P. White, Thomas
Spanish American War and World War I image. Click for full size.
By Paul Jordan, March 22, 2010
4. Spanish American War and World War I
J. Wicker, William Wiley, Handy S. Wood, George Workman, Frederick Wyatt, Samuel Young, Cadwallader J. Andrews, Philip C. Neese, John Andrews, Williamson G. Andrews, Joseph H. Younger, Samuel H. Younger, Lewis Stafford, William E. Rippy


Spanish American War
John H. Womble, Julius W. Thompson

World War I
Lawrence P. Allen, Robert Andrews, James E. Askew, Mitchell Aycock, William E. Aydt, Herbert Barber, Oscar A. Bass, Marvin J. Benner, J. Floyd Blalock, Roy Blalock S. Gales Bradshaw, Clark Branson, Ernest P. Brooks, Thomas M. Burch, Henry Chandler, Ben Clark, Guy Clark, William B. Coe, Mrs. C.E. Coleman, Albert Compton, George E. Cook, J. FLoyd Crane, Arnold D. Davis, E. Caleb Dixon, James A. Dodson, John G. Dorsett, Walter B. Ellis, Ivey J. Fargis, Lyman M. Faucette, O. Graham Faucette, Otis Fogleman, Walter Foster, E. Chloe Fowler, Will L. Garrison, George Gerringer, Jule H. Glenn, Theodore T. Gourdin, Euliss Hall, Worth Hatch, E.B. Huffines, Orville C. Hundley, Joseph H. Hurdle, James C. Iseley, Charles E. Johnson, Harry W. Johnson, Eulia T. Jones, Ernest King, Mrs. Minnie King, Robert M. Lashley, June Lassiter, Dave Lee, DeWitt Loy, Henry Lowe, Jesse L. Mann, Harvey May, Jerome G. May, Clarence H. McAdams, Roy S. McIntyre, Clayton P. McPherson, James W. McPherson, Charles L. Meachum, John H. Meyers,
Alamance County War Memorial Marker image. Click for full size.
By Paul Jordan, March 21, 2010
5. Alamance County War Memorial Marker
Fredereick L. Morgan, Carm Moser, Ike Mueller, Edward T. Murray, Malcom M.S. Murray, Ernest M. Owens, Charles A. Patton, Dorcil T. Petty, Thomas G. Pythress, Thomas Redfern, Frank Remarn, Mrs. Riddle, W.O. Robertson, Edwin A. Scott, John W. Self, Lacy W. Simpson, Henry R. Storey, Walter E. Story, D.G. Sullivan, Robert Sutton, J.E. Sykes, Josiah B. Terrell, Henry W. Tickle, Cicero Vincent, Jim Walls, George T. Warren, Ishamm Watson, L. Polk Webster, Marvin E. Wilkins, James E. Williamson, Langston L. Wilson, Mrs. J.A. Winningham, Richard E. Winningham, Claude Fuqua


World War II
Robert C. Allen, Roy C. Anderson, Harrell C. Askew, William S. Ausley, Claiborne H. Baker, Melvin W. Baker, Robert S. Baker, Jim R.L. Baldwin, Sam H. Barnes, Albert L. Barneycastle, Ernest E. Barnwell, Willard H. Barnwell, Isaac F. Bear, William E. Bell, Alex B. Blackwood, Burley R. Booe, Frank B. Bragg Jr., Paul M. Browning, Robert F. Browning, James M. Bryant, Wilbert P. Bryant, William H. Bryant, James M. Buckner Jr., James W. Buckner, William C. Bunton, Roger C. Burton, Isaac Butler Jr., John H. Byrd, David L. Cale, Wade H. Carden Jr., Raymond H. Carpenter, Ralph M. Carson, Kermit L. Carter, Macon J. Caviness, Dewey T. Chambers, Lloyd Chapman, Edwrd L. Cheek, James Clark, Julius L. Clark, John E. Clemmons, Clarence W. Coble, James W. Coble, Roy C. Comer, Brodie D.
Alamance County War Memorial Marker image. Click for full size.
By Paul Jordan, March 21, 2010
6. Alamance County War Memorial Marker
Cook, Ralph R. Cooper, Harvey E. Core Jr., Lester O. Corns, C. Dewey Covington Jr., William T. Cox, James H. Crawford, Roy L. Crocker, Floyd W. Dale, Edgar J. Dawkins, Melvin L. Dellinger, James E. Dickey, Floyd R. Edmonds, James E. Edwards, William B. Edwards, William L. Edwards, Arthur W. Ellis, Leighton H. Evans, Delbert R. Florence, Samuel A. Florence Jr., Connie L. Foust, Emory A. Fry, Norris P. Garrett, Robert P. Garrison, Adrian L. Gerringer, Robert V. Gerringer, Calvin C. Glasgow, Elbert L. Glosson, John W. Glosson, Glenn W. Goss, James H. Green, John V. Greeson, Junius M. Greeson, Louis W. Greeson, Ralph F. Griggs, Jesse J. Gunn, Andrew T. Guthrie, Edward H. Guthrie, John G. Hackett, Lacy B. Hall Jr., Grover L. Handy, Jack Haney, Theodore M. Harris, Roy Hartline, John D. Haynes, Auburn L. Hewitt, John W. Hobbs Sr., James E. Hockaday, Warren C. Hodgin, Adrian W. Hoffman, Richard Hoskins, Broudie D. Huckaby, Willard C. Humble Jr., Andrew E. Hunter, Calvin Hunter, Charles M. Hurley, Frank B. Isley, Thomas J. Jeffreys, Jimmie C. Jeffries, Gerald F. Johnson, Robert L. Johnson, Samuel H. Johnson, John A. Johnston, James M. Jones, Morris S. Jones, James H. Jordan, Josephus Kelly, James R. Kenion, Harry E. Kernodle, Russell H. Ketner, Albert R. Lambert, Floyd E. Laster, Carl P. Lee, Hinton C. Lewis, Lee J. Lovette, Arthur H. Lunsford, Jennings T. Maness, Luther J. Rush, Jessie
Contributors image. Click for full size.
By Paul Jordan, March 22, 2010
7. Contributors
Located on the Back Side of the Marker
W. Saul, John E. Shaw, Walter F. Shaw, Paul B. Shemhart Jr., Homer E. Shoffner, Herman T. Shumate, William C. Simmons, Jack W. Simpson, Robert E. Simpson, Alson C. Smith Jr., Calvin E. Smith, James W. Smith, George R. Somers, Paul Sparks, Walter H. Spence, Doyce F. Spruell, Thad R. Steelman, Earl Stewart, Otho J. Stout, Robert P. Stout, Fred L. Stutts, William Q. Surratt, Samuel E. Sykes, William E. Talley, Giles L. Teague, William H. Teague, Thomas B. Terrell, Thomas L. Terrell, Cecil J. Thomas, Roy W. Thomas, Lawrence W. Thompson, Rainey F. Thompson, Daniel B. Tillman, James W. Tillman, Howard Toney, Wilbert J. Troxler, Early L. Truitt, Edwin L. Turner, John L. Turner, James C. Varner, Albert T. Vincent, James L. Vipperman, Harry C. Wagoner, David S. Ward, Robert L. Ward, Ray D. Warren, James J. Whitfield, John S. Whitlock, Henry F. Wicker, Roy Williamson, Rufus D. Wilson Jr., William J. Wilson Jr., Clarence C. Wimbish, Frederick L. Wolfe Jr., James W. Workman, James F. Wright, Carl R. Zachary, Leland H. Perry


Korean War
Andrew H. Barrett, J.D. Barrett, Worth L. Bunting, Willard F. Heritage, Billy S. Lee, William D. Manuel, Edwin C. Martin Jr., Raymond F. May, James W. Ray, Robert C. Stockard, James B. Wilder, Henry G. Winstead, Marcellus D. Worth, Clyde D. Wright

Vietnam War
Kemper S. Billings, Denis
Marker and Criminal Courts Building image. Click for full size.
By Paul Jordan, March 21, 2010
8. Marker and Criminal Courts Building
C. Boone, William R. Bray, Jerry R. Campbell, Lawrence B. Coleman Jr., Larry O. Copeland, Larry R. Dameron, Charles E. Draemer, James T. Edmonds, Guy B. Ephland Jr., James O. Fogleman, Wiliam R. Garner, James L. Graves, Harold L. Guthrie, Dennis L. Hall, Clarence L. Holman, Michael W. Jackson, Gregory D. Jenkins, Morris B. Jones, Dennis C. Kidd, Joseph R. King Jr., John L. McDaniel, Ricky L. Meeks, Rodney Melton, John C. Miles, George L. Morningstar, Robert L. Pate III, Gary D. Prince, Robert E. Pulliam Jr., Fred Reaves Jr., Stephen R. Richrds, Larry M. Roberson, Charles E. Russell III, Tony E. Scoggins, Perry M. Smith, Hiram D. Strickland, Nathaniel Thompson, Kenneth F. Underwood, Frankie D. Wade, Jerry L. Wagner, John T. Webster, Harold T. Wilson


USS Liberty Attack
Melvin D. Smith

Middle East Conflict
Johnny L. Copeland, Alan D. Lam, Pruitt A. Rainey
 
Erected 1996 by The Citizens of Alamance County.
 
Location. 36° 4.153′ N, 79° 24.216′ W. Marker is in Graham, North Carolina, in Alamance County. Marker is on West Elm Street. Touch for map. Located in front of the Alamance County Criminal Courts Building. Marker is at or near this postal address: 212 W. Elm Street, Graham NC 27253, United States of America. Touch for directions.
 
Other nearby markers. At least 8 other markers are within walking distance
Alamance County Sesquicentennial Time Capsule image. Click for full size.
By Paul Jordan, March 21, 2010
9. Alamance County Sesquicentennial Time Capsule
Time Capsule is located to the left of the War Memorial. It was placed on April 24, 1999.
of this marker. National Bank of Alamance (approx. 0.2 miles away); "Elmhurst" (approx. 0.2 miles away); Graham's First Bank (approx. 0.2 miles away); Alamance County Courthouse (approx. 0.2 miles away); Wrike Drug (approx. 0.2 miles away); Alamance County Confederate Memorial (approx. 0.2 miles away); Vestal Hotel (approx. 0.2 miles away); Montwhite Building (approx. 0.2 miles away). Touch for a list and map of all markers in Graham.
 
Additional keywords. Graham, Burlington, Mebane, Mebanesville, Veterans, Battle,
 
Categories. War, 1st Iraq & Desert StormWar, 2nd IraqWar, ColdWar, KoreanWar, Spanish-AmericanWar, US CivilWar, VietnamWar, World IWar, World II
 
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Credits. This page was last revised on June 16, 2016. This page originally submitted on March 21, 2010, by Paul Jordan of Burlington, N. C., U. S. A.. This page has been viewed 5,421 times since then and 74 times this year. Last updated on June 2, 2010, by Paul Jordan of Burlington, N. C., U. S. A.. Photos:   1, 2. submitted on March 21, 2010, by Paul Jordan of Burlington, N. C., U. S. A..   3. submitted on June 2, 2010, by Paul Jordan of Burlington, N. C., U. S. A..   4. submitted on March 22, 2010, by Paul Jordan of Burlington, N. C., U. S. A..   5, 6, 7, 8, 9. submitted on March 21, 2010, by Paul Jordan of Burlington, N. C., U. S. A.. • Craig Swain was the editor who published this page.
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