Iredell County World War II Memorial

Iredell County World War II Memorial (HM12WN)

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

N 35° 47.26', W 80° 53.17'

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To Honor and Remember Those of Iredell County Who Gave Their Lives in World War II

Jay Edgar Alley
William F. Anthony, Jr.
Thomas B. Arthur
Herbert Richard Baker
Herman Bostian Ballard
Charles Stephen Beck
William M. Beckham
William Grier Belk
Keith Whitefield Blackwelder
Trent Earl Brady
Ernest Brewer
James C. Brewer
Carlie E. Brooks
Douglas F. Brotherton
Plato J. Brown
Walter Franklin Brown
Ray M. Browning
James Luke Broyhill
William A. Brugess
Jay C. Byers
Mack M. Byers
Ralph H. Caldwell
Jolly Canipe
William Wade Cashion
John Glenn Cates
John Boyd Christenbury
Forrest Earl Cockrell
Joseph W. Cooper
Robert I. Cowan
Lester Daniels
Hugh Smith Denny
Julius Brockman Earle, Jr.
William C. Estes
Bill F. Forsyth
Kenneth J. Foutz
Parks F. Fox
Nathan A. Freeze
Raymond Edsel Freeze
Howell J. Frontis
Arthur Joe Frye
John F. Gantt
James Alexander Garrison, Jr.
Thomas S. Gilliam
L.G. Goforth, Jr.
Paul M. Hager
Clarence R. Harris
William D. Harris
Roy C. Hartline
Harry Gordon Heath
Lewis W. Holler, Jr.
Robert W. Holmes
Osborne A. Hoover
Voight B. Hoover
Clyde Pressley Houston
Elmer Howard
Joseph Daniel Hutchens
James Leonard Jenkins
Bristol Reece Johnson
Frank Link Johnson, Jr.
William Winfred Johnson
James D. Johnston
David R. Jolly, Sr.
Arthur M. Jones
George Washington Josey, Jr.
Max W. Joyner
Samuel Sylvanus Kerley
John Price Kerr
Albert M. King
Martin Luther Kluttz
Robert William Lloyd
Fred J. Lowrance
Paul J. Lowrance
Judson A. Lyons
Walter G. Malcomb
Charles Pressly Mayberry
Paul R. Mayberry
Lyde E. McDaniel
Donald L. McLelland
Graham N. McLelland
Lonnie Elbert Merrill
Richard Messick
Joseph Henry Miller
Homer E. Mills
Richard W. Mills
Robert Adam Mills
William Courtney Mills
Don P. Moore
James Clyde Moore
Johnnie D. Moore
Paul Scott Moore
Robert N. Moose
Henry C. Morrison
Edward M. Mozer
Craig L. Munday
Jasper Lee Murdock
Richard W. Myers
Johnnie G. Orren


To Honor and Remember Those of Iredell County Who Gave Their Lives in World War II

Everette Flake Overcash
Charles F. Patterson
James Edward Payne
Lester Lee Peacock
Peat Pledger
Paul Banks Poston
Noble Rex Prevette
Fred N. Reavis
James C. Reddeck
Cecil R. Redmond
J.R. Reep
Franklin D. Roberts
Harold H. Roberts
Ira G. Royster, Jr.
Harlan V. Safrit
Alvin Scott, Jr.
Edgar Everitt Scott
D.C. Shaver
Charles M. Sherrill, Jr.
William T. Sherrill
Glenn Grover Shook
James Barber Sims
Ralph Easly Sipes
George Hoyle Smith
John Brem Smith
Virgil Lee Roy Smith
James Thomas Smoot
Harry Young Somers
Junior Souther
Huie Speaks
Lynwood F. Spencer
Fred Adam Stack
David T. Stinson
R.C. Swann
Harry Hugh Sykes
William P. Tayse
William O. Towell
Ernest Eugene Tucker
William T. Waller
Herbert M. Watts
James L. Weaner
Clarence W. Webster
William Thomas Weisner
John S. Weston
George G. White
Eugene Thomas Whitener
Thomas Weisner Williams
Clyde J. Wincoff
Samuel G. York
HM NumberHM12WN
Marker ConditionNo reports yet
Date Added Tuesday, September 16th, 2014 at 1:45pm PDT -07:00
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Locationbig map
UTM (WGS84 Datum)17S E 510286 N 3960403
Decimal Degrees35.78766667, -80.88616667
Degrees and Decimal MinutesN 35° 47.26', W 80° 53.17'
Degrees, Minutes and Seconds35° 47' 15.60" N, 80° 53' 10.20" W
Driving DirectionsGoogle Maps
Area Code(s)704
Closest Postal AddressAt or near 101-135 Constitution Ln, Statesville NC 28677, US
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