Iredell County World War I Memorial

Iredell County World War I Memorial (HM12WM)

Location: Statesville, NC 28677 Iredell County
Country: United States of America

N 35° 47.27', W 80° 53.17'

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In Memory of the Men of Iredell County Who Gave Their Lives in the World War

Clarence Alvin Arthurs
James Garland Ayers
Donnie Bicle Bess
Samuel Burette Blackwelder
Clint Brown
Demps Brown
Willie Cash
William I. Castles
Horace Bryan Connelly
Kingsley Culbertson
Clarence Davidson
Elam Monroe Dishman
Joseph C. Elam
Moyer Elliott
Claude Frye
Albert Grant
Garland Hager
James H. Hedrick
James Josey
Robert Bruce King
Clyded Claud Madison
Albert G. McKay
John W. (Lee) McCoy
Oscar McCoy
Quincy Sharpe Mills
John R. Myers
Hackett Munday
George Foster Niblock
Risden Parks
David Reid Pool
Wilborn Reid
Fred A. Settlemyer
Clyde M. Shepherd
Preston D. Sipes
Clarence H. Sloop
Lonnie Weaver Smith
Fred Jones Smith
Nester Smith
Thomas P. Snow
Boyd Speaks
Gurney A. Stamper
Davis King Summers
Loyce B. Thompson
John W. Tomlinson
John Troy Troutman
Robert Hurst Turner
Ray M. Wagner
Paul Fraley Ward
Lonnie C. Welborne
Dewey Williams
Franklin B. Wilson
James L. Woodside
Isadore Cheshire Woodward

Colored
Luke Dalton
Fred Frank Davidson
Monroe Moore
Ernest Morgan
William Berry Murray
George Sharpe
John Torrence

Placed by Their Comrades and Citizens of the County

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In Memory of the Men of Iredell County Who Gave Their Lives in World War I

Clarence Alvin Arthurs
James Garland Ayers
J.A. Barkley
Donnie Bicle Bess
Samuel Burette Blackwelder
Clint Brown
Dempsey Brown
Carl Augustus Byers
William Andrew Cash
William Iliff Castles
Horace Bryan Connelly
John Kinsley Culbertson
Luther Carson Dalton
Fred Frank Davidson
William Clarence Davidson
Elam Monroe Dishman
Joseph C. Elam
Moyer B. Elliott
Claude Butler Fry
Albert Grant
Garland V. Hager
James Henry Hedrick
James Monroe Josey
Robert Bruce King
Clyde Claude Madison
John W. McCoy
Oscar L. McCoy
Albert Glenn McKay
Quincy Sharpe Mills
Monroe Moore
Ernest Morgan
Hackett Munday
William Berry Murray
John R. Myers
George Foster Niblock
Risden S. Parks
David Reid Pool
Wilborn Reid
Frederick A. Settlemeyer
George Sharpe
Clyde M. Sheppard
Preston D. Sipes
Clarence H. Sloop
Fred. Jones Smith
Lonnie Weaver Smith
Nester Lee Smith
Thomas P. Snow
Thomas Boyd Speaks
Gurney A. Stamper
Davis King Summers
Loyce Bryan Thompson
John Wilder Tomlinson
John Torrence
John Troy Troutman
Robert Hurst Turner
Ray M. Wagner
Paul Fraley Ward
Lonnie C. Welborne
Dewey A. Williams
Franklin B. Wilson
James L. Woodsides
Isadore Cheshire Woodward
Jack Wyckoff

Placed by Their Comrades and Citizens of the County

This monument honors the sacrifices of Iredell County citizens in World War I.
Originally dedicated on May 30, 1928. It was erected at the end of West Broad Street. After cleaning and restoration in 2005, the monument was moved to the Walk of Honor at the Iredell County Hall of Justice. The names of four fallen servicemen who were not included on the original monument have now been added to the alphabetical list of names.
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HM NumberHM12WM
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Date Added Monday, September 8th, 2014 at 5:09am PDT -07:00
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Locationbig map
UTM (WGS84 Datum)17S E 510286 N 3960422
Decimal Degrees35.78783333, -80.88616667
Degrees and Decimal MinutesN 35° 47.27', W 80° 53.17'
Degrees, Minutes and Seconds35° 47' 16.20" N, 80° 53' 10.20" W
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Area Code(s)704
Closest Postal AddressAt or near 101-135 Constitution Ln, Statesville NC 28677, US
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