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43d Infantry Division Memorial Marker image, Touch for more information
By Don Morfe, May 27, 2013
43d Infantry Division Memorial Marker
Rhode Island (Washington County), Exeter — 43d Infantry Division Memorial
On South County Trail (Cemetery Entrance).
In memory of our deceased comrades 43d Infantry Division, Veterans Association Winged Victory — Map (db m66422) HM
Rhode Island (Washington County), Exeter — Address by President Abraham Lincoln November 19, 1863
Near South County Trail (Rhode Island Route 2) 0.2 miles south of Main Street (Exeter Road), on the right when traveling south.
Four score and seven years ago our fathers brought forth on this continent, a new nation, conceived in Liberty, and dedicated to the proposition that all men are created equal. Now we are engaged in a great civil war, testing whether that nation, . . . — Map (db m138220) HM WM
Rhode Island (Washington County), Exeter — Armed Services Memorial
On South County Trail (Cemetery Entrance).
This Memorial Monument is dedicated to those who have served in the Armed Forces so that we may live in peace and freedom from fear. — Map (db m66421) WM
Rhode Island (Washington County), Exeter — Jewish War Veterans
On South County Trail (Cemetery Entrance).
Jewish War Veterans of the United States of America Department of Rhode Island and Ladies Auxiliary. Dedicated in Memory of all departed comrades who served their country in time of war to preserve freedom and human rights. To honor their . . . — Map (db m66425) WM
Rhode Island (Washington County), Exeter — Lonely Lookout Memorial
On South County Trail (Cemetery Entrance).
The lonely lookout through all weather searching the sea and sky for the enemy. The Signal Men and radio men communicate to ships in the convoy, while gun crews stand ready. A tribute to these brave men whom the world is indebted, these men must not . . . — Map (db m66423) WM
Rhode Island (Washington County), Exeter — Medal of Honor-Honor Roll
On South County Trail (Cemetery Entrance).
To have struggled for freedom and to have sacrificed ones gift of life for his fellow man is service of the highest order. For such selflessness thoughtful men will be eternally grateful. (Four Panels going from left to right) (Panel 1) Medal . . . — Map (db m66438) HM
Rhode Island (Washington County), Exeter — Rhode Island National Guard
On South County Trail (Cemetery Entrance).
(Inscription under the statue) Rhode Island National Guard (Left Panel) Army National Guard-Since 1638-The Rhode Island Army National Guard was formed as a State Militia for the protection of the people. It always answers the call to arms when . . . — Map (db m66428) WM
Rhode Island (Washington County), Exeter — U.S. Navy Armed Guard Memorial
On South County Trail (Cemetery Entrance).
The U.S. Navy Armed Guard The division of the U.S. Navy that dealt with the protection of merchant vessels from attacks by submarines and aircraft was known as the Armed Guard. The armament of the merchant vessels started with one gun in . . . — Map (db m66424) WM
Rhode Island (Washington County), Exeter — We Aim-To Deliver
On South County Trail (Cemetery Entrance).
U.S. Navy Armed Guard WWII-Dedicated to all who served. — Map (db m66427) WM

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