This 75mm Howitzer is a memorial to
1st Lt. Robert F. Trigalet, U.S.M.C.
The first Marine from Bristow who gave
his life for God and Country in the
Vietnam Conflict. (Died May 2, 1969) — — Map (db m41919) HM
This 3 Inch 50mm Deck Gun is
dedicated to Clifford Murl Satterfield
Aviation [Machinist's] Mate First Class
U.S. Navy, Killed in Action
off the U.S.S. Enterprise. South Pacific
April 29, 1944 — — Map (db m41922) HM
On Seventh Street, on the left when traveling west.
In 1895 a concrete walk was installed by the City of Bristow across Main Street at 7th Street. The sloping sides allow the wagons to cross the walk. When Main Street was paved in 1915 the walk was removed. Both the installation and removal were . . . — — Map (db m41941) HM
On Main Street (State Highway 16/66), on the right when traveling north.
[There are several dozen family histories on permanent markers on the plaza. One marker is transcribed, while the names on the other markers are listed for future reference]
The Abrahams [on Panel 1]
Only a little inquiry is needed . . . — — Map (db m41953) HM
Bristow V.F.W. Post 3656
dedicates this WWI French 75mm Cannon
to Cpl. Peter W. Klingensmith.
First Bristow man killed in action in WWI
and all other Doughboys who served
their country. — — Map (db m41923) HM
Bristow VFW Post 3656 dedicates
this 81mm Mortar to
Sgt.1C Donald J. Hurt,
from Bristow, Co. G, 2nd Bn
279th Inf, 45th Div. U.S. Army,
who was killed in action in the
Korean War April 10, 1952 — — Map (db m41924) HM
By the authority of the Veterans of Foreign Wars of the United States be it known that Comrades
Elbert R. Anderson ∙ Walter G. Bisbee ∙ Edward R. Burris ∙ Clarence A. Davis ∙ Ralph H. Gable, Jr. ∙ Lee J. Johnson . . . — — Map (db m41939) HM
The Veterans of Foreign Wars Post #3656 and the Ladies Auxiliary of Bristow, Oklahoma, honor the men who served in the Spanish American War, World War I, World War II, Korea, and Vietnam, and especially the men listed below who made the supreme . . . — — Map (db m41937) HM
On Main Street near Malley Avenue, on the right when traveling west.
Dedicated to those who
served their country
from a grateful
☆ By Name Reflects Killed in Action
Abbett, Chas. R. ∙ Abbett, Geo. E. ∙ Alexander, William ∙ Allee, Marion D. ∙ ☆ . . . — — Map (db m139715) HM
On Dewey Avenue (State Highway 66) near Main Street, on the right when traveling east.
Headright oil income of Earle, Creek Roll No. NB988 (a minor), utilized as an investment for him by his father Theodore, Cr. No. 2519 (son of George W.), built this building, completed in 1909.
American National Bank, . . . — — Map (db m41978) HM