Portsmouth Veteran's Memorial
Honor * Protect* Remember
Portsmouth Memorial Park Dedicated November 2013 Displayed at the center of this memorial, are the granite foundation abutments that supported the memorial bridge for eighty-eight years, memorializing the past, present and future, these blocks now symbolize the strength of the heroic souls of the men and women who have courageously served our country and bravely risked their lives to protect our way of life. J.W. Teetzel
: We honor the Army and Navy Association Dedicated November 2013 The Army and Navy association was established to provide recreational quarters for the military personnel stationed in the area or visiting the city. In 1916, a building that is still stands today was erected to fulfill this mission and provide a space for recreation, social events, and lodging. People serving our country far from home became a part of our community as a result of this hospitality. The Army and Navy Association and its spirit of welcoming and generosity shown to our military personnel will be forever appreciated.
Location. 43° 4.667′ N, 70° 45.223′ W. Marker is in Portsmouth, New Hampshire, in Rockingham County. Marker
Other nearby markers. At least 8 other markers are within walking distance of this marker. Memorial Bridge 1923-2012 (within shouting distance of this marker); Oracle House (about 400 feet away, measured in a direct line); James (Stavers) (about 400 feet away); Portsmouth Memorial Bridge Marker (about 500 feet away); Portsmouth NH Marine Railway (about 700 feet away); Temple Israel (about 800 feet away); Ceilia Layton Thaxter (approx. 0.2 miles away); Liberty Pole and Bridge (approx. 0.2 miles away). Touch for a list and map of all markers in Portsmouth.
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