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Etowah County War Memorial

 
 
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By Sandra Hughes, February 14, 2012
1. War Memorial Etowah County Marker
Inscription. World War I
Ables, Crawford
Aderholt, Carl
Atwood, Joe I.
Bagley, Hugh
Battles, Fred
Benton, Edwin J.
Berry, C.
Birchfield, Sam
Brewster, Everett
Buffington, Hugh G.
Bullard, Leo
Campbell, Earl C.
Cason, Floyd
Christenberry, Curn
Cochran, Grady
Coxwell, Elsie B.
Faucett Lester C.
Flemming, Joe
Fletcher, Newman W.
Garrison, Ed T.
Gattis, Paul
Gay, Margie
Gentry, John
Glenn, James E.
Gray, Earnest E.
Gray, Julius B.
Gregory, Ben T.
Gennell, William J.
Griffith, Oscar C.
Gwin, Paul L.
Hagler, Angus
Hill, William T.
Hitt, Clarence D.
Hubbard, Barney T.
Irwin, Abraham L.
Jacobs, J. H.
Johnson, William
Jones, Thomas V.
Kelly, Steven L.
Landers, Erb L.
Leonard, Charlie
Matthews, Willie
MacDonald, Gerald S.
Middleton, Hugh G.
Moore, James W.
Morgane, Cleo
Morris, Joe
Nix, Miles
Peyton, Jim
Poe, William H.
Raines, Bill
Sanford, George
Shortancy, Marcus L.
Silvey, John E.
Smith, Hosea
Smith, James C.
Smith, Joseph
Spinks, Marvin
Stone, John F.
Tapley, Hane O.
Taylor, William T.
Tacker, Joseph E.
Thomas, Raymond
Vickery,
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2. War Memorial Etowah County Marker
World War I World War II A-C
Earl
Walters, J. Fred
Wardlow, Thomas L.
Wells, Walter
White, Tom
Wier, William V.
Wilderson, Valmer L.
wWilliams, J. T.
Willis, Benjamin F.
Wofford, James

World War II
Akens,Norval
Allen, James T.
Allen, Joe A.
Allen, John W.
Altham, William H.
Arledge, Raymond
Arnold, Clarence
Arnold, Raymond P.
Asher, Paul K.
Ashley, Frank Jr.
Baker, Carlton
Bans, Clyde
Barnes, Robert E.
Bartlett, George W.
Battles, Arville L.
Bean, Burham
Beard, Robert T.
Bearden, Sam P.
Beauford, Edgar V.
Beggs George H.
Geggs, Robert C.
Bell, Fred S. Jr.
Bishop, James M.
Bishop, Robert C.
Blackman, Troy
Blackwood, Lonnie E. Jr.
Bowen, Cecil F. Sr.
Brock, Arnold G.
Brock, Nolen
Bunch, Henry S.
Bunyan, Arthur J.
Burrell, David L.
Burrell, Roscoe
Bush, John C.
Butler, W. H. Jr.
Carlin, Joe A.
Carr, Mason C.
Carrol, Price W.
Casey, Eldridge H.
Chastain, Clyde G.
Clemmons, W.T.
Cook, William L.
Copeland, Eugene
Cordle, Artis
Couch, Lawrence
Crane, Ira J.
Cranford, Charles L.
Crews, J.A.
Crow, Floyd F.
Culpepper, Harold
Cunningham, John B.
Cushing, Otis
Daniel, William
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3. War Memorial Etowah County Marker
World War II C- M
H.
Davis, Harris P.
Decker, Richard E. Jr.
Dejernett, Harland W.
Devine, Billy Mack
Deyampert, Warren T.
Dobbs, Clyde
Dobbs, James
Dolberry, Lloyd V.
Doyle, Joe P.
Duncan, Oscar E.
Dunham, John R.
Dyal, Curtis
Dykes, James T.
Eads James A.
Eaves, R. Lamar
Edmondson, Charlie K. Jr.
Edwards, Charlie
Edwards, M.L.
Elders, William L.
Elkins, Eddie
Ekins, Grady
Elrod, Wilber O.
England, J.D.
Fendley, Charles A.
Fielder, A.C.
Fitts, Frank H.
Fortenberry, Wallace J.
Fox, David C. Jr.
Fox, Michael C. Jr.
Freeman, Marvin W.
Freeman, Millard L.
Gaskin, Earl H.
Gilbert, Grady A.
Gilbreath, Thomas H.
Gilliland, James E.
Gowens, Lamar
Graham, Harry C.
Graham, Robert H.
Gregorn, Rayond W.
Gregory, Roy L.
Griffin, Judge H.
Griffith, Jack
Griffith, Roy
Grigsby, Lenly C. Jr.
Gross, George P.
Gulledge, Charles W.
Gunter, Jack A.
Guyton, Sherman W.
Haas, Ralph
Hall, Charles B.
Hammonds, Roy E.
Hanks, Clyde W.
Hayes, Fred
Hayes, Marvin E.
Harp, Soldon D.
Harsh Melvin H.
Hefner, Albert H.
Henderson, C.H.
Herring, Alvin
Hicks, Earl C.
Higginbotham, John T.
Hill, Charles L.
Hill,
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4. War Memorial Etowah County Marker
World War II M-Y
James E.
Hill, Vernon P.
Hirsh, Sidney C.
Hixson, Millard M.
Hodges, James T.
Holley, James H.
Holloway, Melvin
Hooks, Alphonso L.
Hooks, Earl
Hubbard, Burliss D.
Hughes, William C. Jr.
Hulsey, Ellis B.
Hurst, James C.
Hyde, Carl C.
Jackson, Calvin E.
Jacobs, Wilmer E.
Jenkins, James B.
Jenkins, James H.
Johnson, Dewie L.
Johnson, O.J.
Jones, Carl B.
Jones, James
Jones, Jimmie
Jones, Robert B.
Jordan, James H.
Jordan, Julius C.
Keener, Monte W.
Kenner, Willard F.
Kelly, Joseph F.
Kelly, Lowell
Kelly, Wilbirn
Kidd, James C.
Kilgor, James A.
Kline, Curtis L.
Lansdale, Gerald S.
Lankford, Thomas W.
Lee, Leon
Lindsey, Herbert
Little, John C.
Logan, Julius
Logan, Wilson A.
Long, William F.
Lowe, Allen
Lupkin, Gatherl L.
Maddox, Carl E.
Manno, Joseph J.
Maroney, William T.
Martin, John H.
Martin, R.V.
Martin Willie B.
Mashburn, Elvin G.
Massey, Walter
McCallie, Bobby C.
McCallie, Carl E.
McCartney, Charles
McCain, Stewart A.
McLesky, Harry N.
McCoy, Billy W.
McCoy, Sam H. Jr.
McCullars, John W. Jr.
McDonald, Lincoln
McDowell, Walter
McGlaughn, William M.
McLemore, Joel
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5. War Memorial Etowah County Marker
Korea Vietnam Lebanon
T.
McMahan, C.B.
Mededeff, Lee E.
Miller, Alton L.
Miller, James W.
Mitchell, Ewell
Mitchell, Lonie H.
Moore, Joseph C.
Moores, Searel
Morgan, Herbert W.
Morgan, Raymond C.
Morris, James E.
Morris, John C.
Morton, Howard E.
Mount, James W. Jr
Mundy, Russell B.
Murphree, Willard D.
Oakes, Chester A.
Oglesby, James E.
Ott, Alexander
Packer, Issac
Parr, Henry
Partain, R Ewell
Paulson, William O.
Payne, James W.
Payne, Robert G.
Pentecost, Curtis
Perry, A.V.
Phillips, Milburn C.
Pierce, Fred A.
Pitts, Clyde
Pitts, Frank
Plemons, William T.
Portera, Frank P.
Potter, Harding
Prestidge, David H.
Quinn, John V.
Rasco, Tracy L.
Reagan, Osmond P.
Reinhardt, Robert L.
Reuter, Herman W.
Rives, R.L.
Robert, Sanders
Robertson, Loyce M.
Ball, Marvin C.
Routon, Pellam C.
Ruel, Harvey S.
Rushing, Cleo
Saks, Allen H.
Sauls, James C.
Sauls, Leonard G.
Scoggins, Robert E.
Self, Harry
Shaneyfelt, Alton L.
Shanks, Arthur T.
Shanks, Harry G.
Sherman, Joseph F.
Smith, Hoyt G.
Smith, James E.
Smith, James H.
Smith, Johnny G.
Smith, Lonnie
Smith, Rosco
Spicer, A.C.
St John,
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6. War Memorial Etowah County Marker
United States Navy Not one shall be forgotten dedicated to the unknown soldier Airman, Sailor, Marine
Clarence L.
Stewart, Archie D.
Stott, Marshall N. Jr.
Stine, Carlson S.
Taylor, Albert W. Jr.
Thomas, Charles B.
Thompson, William L.
Todd, Ernest E.
Towers, Frank
Vickery, Joe P
Vickory, Perry
Van Sandt, Wallace L.
Van Sandt, Willard J.
Vinyard, M. L.
Walls, Robert H.
Walters, George B.
Warsham, Royal D.
Watson, James R.
Westmoreland, Robert
Wheeler, Alvin C.
White, William A. Jr.
Whited, Freeman Jr.
Whorton, James B.
Wiggs, Henry A.
Wilkerson, Barney
Willett, Luther
Williams, Travis
Wilson, James F.
Winningam, G. J.
Womble, Glen
Woodard, Johnnie
Wynn, Donald
Wynn, James W.
Usery, S. J.
Yarbrough, Milton C.
York, Tommie Jr.
York, William T.
Young, Frank M.
Thomas, Eugene M. Jr.

Korea
Akridge, Walter R. Jr.
Bates, Elmore C.
Beason, Howard E.
Bishop, Travis A.
Bowlin Milas E.
Clements, Louie C.
Cleveland, Euclid L.
Cochran, Jake D.
Coker, Martin A.
Dixon, Melvin L.
Fulks, Daniel W.
Hardin, James R.
Hopper, James H.
McCrory, William P.
Madison, Garland E.
Mitchell, Clarence J.
Morpew, James B.
Morton, Ralph F.
Nelson, Richard P. Jr
. Phillips, Richard
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7. War Memorial Etowah County Marker
United States Air Force MCMXLVII Not one shall be forgotten dedicated to the unknown soldier Airman, Sailor, Marine
L.
Stanford, James T.
Story, Martin L.
Thornton, W. Brady
Thrasher, Billy L.
Tilley, Herbert L.
Wadsworth, William M.
Wilson, Robert D.
Womac, Robert W.
Yaw, Billy
Jackson, Arthur

Vietnam
Adkinson, Carl E.
Anderson, Ivy T.
Baker, Jerry S.
Baker, Melvin
Barnard, Lewis C.
Bearden, Richard D.
Ballew, Arthur C.
Bowlen, Harold D.
Bradberry, Arthur M.
Burgess, Claude M.
Carstarpher, Harold Jr.
Clements, Randall K.
Cline, Donald L.
Cochran, Guy T.
Collier, Jerry L.
Cook, Thomas E. Jr.
Damron, Tommy
Davis, Michael E.
Denney , Jimmy B.
Dixon, Donald W.
Duncan, Thomas D.
Entrekin, Howard E. Jr.
Ferguson, William E.
Findley, Jack A.
Ford, Glenn E.
Forman, Auburn W. Jr.
Franklin, David P.
Freeman, David H.
Garner, Jackie W.
Glover, Freddie B.
Greer, Larry W.
Hanson, Clyde W.
Harrison, Ralph R. Jr.
Heath, Kenneth E.
Hilley, Robert L.
Holland, James L.
Hornbuckle, Alton L.
Hunt, Larry F.
Jenkins, William C.
Jones, Thomas D.
Joshua, James E. Jr.
Knight, Ralph M.
Lamb, Howard S.
Lamberth, Charles L.
Latimer, Richard E. Jr.
Latta, Charles R.
Leonard,
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8. War Memorial Etowah County Marker
United States Marine United States Marine Corps. Not one shall be forgotten dedicated to the unknown soldier Airman, Sailor, Marine
Sidney L.
Martin, Charles E.
Maroney, Billy J.
Marslender, Dalton R.
Mathis, James R.
Mayo, Anthony M.
Milam, Lewis E.
Miller, Ormond M.
McBride, Grady E. III
McLeod, Charles W.
McNabb, Jerry W.
Nelson, Roger T.
Reese, Benjamin H. Jr.
Sanders, Glenn E.
Smith, James D.
Smith, Ricky G.
Stamps, Johnny G.
Stanley, James M.
Stanley, Joe H.
Stephens, Bing F.
Stovall, Charles A.
Studdard, Finis R.
Tant, Olin D.
Wilkerson, George T.
Williams, Acton R.
Willis, Harold C.
Willis, Raymond C.
Wooten, Jerry E.

Lebanon
Price, James C.
 
Location. 34° 2.187′ N, 86° 1.435′ W. Marker is in Gadsden, Alabama, in Etowah County. Touch for map. Marker is in this post office area: Gadsden AL 35904, United States of America.
 
Other nearby markers. At least 8 other markers are within 2 miles of this marker, measured as the crow flies. The Legend Of Noccalula (approx. 0.3 miles away); Emma Sansom (approx. 1.1 miles away); a different marker also named Emma Sansom (approx. 1.1 miles away); Howard Gardner Nichols 1871-1896 (approx. 1.4 miles away); Dwight Mill Village
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9. War Memorial Etowah County Marker
United States Navy Not one shall be forgotten dedicated to the unknown soldier Airman, Sailor, Marine
(approx. 1.5 miles away); William Luther Sibert Major General U.S. Army (Ret.) (approx. 1.5 miles away); Eleventh Street School (approx. 1.6 miles away); Etowah County, Alabama (approx. 1.6 miles away). Touch for a list and map of all markers in Gadsden.
 
Categories. War, KoreanWar, VietnamWar, World IWar, World II
 
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10. War Memorial Etowah County Marker
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11. War Memorial Etowah County Marker
50th Anniversary The American Legion 1919-1969 We the Etowah County board of Revenue on this 15th day of March 1969, light this flame of freedom in tribute to all veterans of Etowah County Woodrow Stephens President. J. A. Tamlin F.A Ballard Lee Wofford L.D. Hicks Alabama City Post 46 Attala Post 71 Hokes Bluff Post 175 Gadsen Post 231 Gadsen Post 332 Donated by Rainbow Monument Co.
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12. War Memorial Etowah County Marker
Dedicated to those who served Freedom is never Free Operation Desert Shield August 2, 1990 January 16, 1991 Operation Desert Storm January 17, 1991 April 11, 1991
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By Sandra Hughes, February 14, 2012
13. War Memorial Etowah County Marker
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By Sandra Hughes, February 14, 2012
14. War Memorial Etowah County Marker
Noccalula Falls Park
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15. War Memorial Etowah County Marker
World War I April 6,1917 - November 11, 1918 "The War to End all Wars" Korean War June 27, 1950 - January 31, 1955 "The Forgotten War" Ola Lee Mize Congressional Medal of Honor September 7, 1951 World War II December 7, 1941 - December 31, 1946 "the Greatest Generation" POW*MIA You are not forgotten Honoring ALL Those who returned and those left behind Honoring all servicemen and women who have served and will serve in domestic and foreign lands to promote, protect, and defend, the ideals on Democracy and Freedom.
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By Sandra Hughes, February 14, 2012
16. War Memorial Etowah County Marker
Etowah County Vietnam Veterans Monument Into Vietnam went brave and patriotic men and women. Their motivation was not greed, was not power, was not heroism, rather it was the love of country, the love of family, and the belief that everyone should be free. That was their motivation. That was their strength. Summer R. King United States Army, United States Navy, United States Air Force, United States Marine Corps,. United States Coast Guard "This wall is dedicate to Vietnam Veterans o Etowah County."
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17. War Memorial Etowah County Marker
Benefactors
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18. War Memorial Etowah County Marker
"No one shall be forgotten" Memorial This memorial has been erected to honor those men and women from Etowah County who made the supreme sacrifice to keep America free and to preserve our heritage. This memorial is to remind us and future generations that the price of liberty is often high. During the celebration of the United states Bi-Centennial year 1976, the idea of erecting a memorial honoring the war dead of Etowah Couty was proposed by historian Joe Barnes.
 
 
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