Honoring our Civil War Veterans. Old City Cemetery
David Acuff • Joseph J. Alexander • John W. Bailey • W.W. Campbell Carsse • David S. Corpe • W.T. Ellerbeck • J. Feaster • N.M. Gardner • John W. Garsage • Jackson Green • Cyrus Grover • William . . . — — Map (db m62844) WM
In Honor and Memory of Those of who served in defense of their country so that all may enjoy freedom.
Back of Marker
In Remembrance of those who have fallen but are not forgotten in the war on terrorism.
1LT Benjamin Colgan, 1973-2003 . . . — — Map (db m62802) WM
On County Route 4, 1 mile north of Dogwood Lane, on the left when traveling south.
(Picture of the Union Eagle resting upon a striped shield. A banner with the words "Union Forever" in its beak. It is clutching arrows and an olive branch.)
In memory of the Union Soldiers & Citizens of Cave Spring and Bowers' Mill . . . — — Map (db m193101) HM
Wooded Ozark hills and fertile prairies for this county of contrasts organized in 1845 and named for Captain James Lawrence of “Don’t give up the ship” fame. The first settlers, John Williams, located on Turnback . . . — — Map (db m62833) HM