Abbeville County Veterans Memorial

Abbeville County Veterans Memorial (HM7NN)

Location: Abbeville, SC 29620 Abbeville County
Country: United States of America

N 34° 10.65', W 82° 22.683'

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In Grateful Memory
Of our loves ones from Abbeville County
who stand in the unbroken lines of
patriots who have dared to die that
freedom might live and grow and increase
its blessings.

World War I
Sam Adams, Cleveland Allen, William A. Bobo, Willie A. Bonds, Clarence Boyd, John Bryant, Paul Butler, Jake Childs, Brodas W. Davis, William Donaldson, Edgar E. Eakin, Eugene B. Gary, Jr., Amos Glover, Earl A. Hall, Sam Harkness, William Houston, Claude Eugene Hughes, Eugene Jackson, Andrew Jenkins, Jessie Johnson, Furman B. Longshore, Bennie Mack, Lewis R. Maddox, Earl Martin, Rayford Mattison, George Lomax McCord, Thomas J. Scotland, Moses Cleveland Settles, Robert Ligon Speer, William Oscar Stevenson, John Thomas, Eugene D. Woodward.

World War II
Robert E. Agnew, Edgar Allen, Robert L. Baker, W.L. Ballentine, Jr., Jack Blanchett, Henry H. Bonds, Charles O. Bowen, John W. Bowen, Robert O. Bowie, Robert S. Bowie, Bennie Boyd, Albert R. Branyon, Harold H.W. Brown, William T. Bruce, Harold A. Burton, Johnnie J. Burton, James J. Campbell, Joseph W. Campbell, Fred L. Cann, Ira B. Carwile, James Paul Clark, Marshall L. Clark, Jack B. Coggins, James F. Coleman, Clarence W. Cox, James R. Crawford, Joe E. Darby, Thomas E. Elwell, Benjamin E. Evans, Bobby Fleming, Ferguson A. Fleming, James Frazier, Bob Z. Gantt, Ernest S. Gettsinger, Albert Gilliam, John Albert Gilliam, Lambert B. Gordon, Eugene Gray, Martin D. Hagood, Robert H. Hall, C. Watson Hall, James Albert Hamlin, Willis Harrison, J. Walter Hartsell, Jr., James J. Hester, Jr., James W.R. Hilley, Earl Linwood Hodges, Thomas D. Howie, Charles Perrin Hughes, Frederick R. Kirby, J. Benjamin Johnson, Edward Langley, Pink Lathan, Floyd Lollis, Samuel Lomax, Earle P. Madison, Samuel Davis McClellan, James F. McCoy, Bennie Frank McCurry, Herbert S. McDill, Robert McDill, James McDowell, G. Harmon McIlwain, James L. McNair, William M. Mobley, Joseph W. Mundy, Ezekiel Boyce Norris, Jr., Clarence H. Pace, Sam Godfrey Richey, Ansel King Simpson, Emory E. Smith, Kenneth T. Stokes, Cecil Sutherland, Walter P. Tribble, David O. Tucker, George T. Weeks, Jr., George H. Williams, Homer Williams, Harry Woodhurst, Frank L. Young.

Korean War
Willie Fair, Charles E. Fleming, Johnny Jackson, Myrth Killingsworth, Aubrey Ledford, Arthur Lee, William W. McKellar, Eugene Power, Malcolm A. Robison, Curtis N. Washington, James H. Wilson

Vietnam
Walter Burns, Clarence A. Latimer, James Lyons, Jr., Woodrow Makin, Jr., Billy R. McCullough, Jerry S. McDonald, Thomas L. Norwood, Jr., Robert M. Warren, Stephen J. Welsh.

"They shall grow not old as we that are left grow old; age shall not weary them, nor the years condemn. At the going down of the sun and in the morning we will remember them."
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HM NumberHM7NN
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Placed ByAbbeville County
Marker ConditionNo reports yet
Date Added Friday, October 3rd, 2014 at 8:38pm PDT -07:00
Locationbig map
UTM (WGS84 Datum)17S E 373000 N 3782695
Decimal Degrees34.17750000, -82.37805000
Degrees and Decimal MinutesN 34° 10.65', W 82° 22.683'
Degrees, Minutes and Seconds34° 10' 39.00" N, 82° 22' 40.98" W
Driving DirectionsGoogle Maps
Area Code(s)864
Closest Postal AddressAt or near 199 E Pickens St, Abbeville SC 29620, US
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