Northampton County Veteran's Memorial, a War Memorial

Northampton County Veteran's Memorial, a War Memorial (HM1VAJ)

Location: Cape Charles, VA 23310 Northampton County
Country: United States of America

N 37° 21.197', W 75° 56.768'

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In Memory Of and Honor To the Brave Brave Men of Northampton County Who Lost Their Lives in Battle for Our Great Republic's Cause

World War I

Bell, Clarence
Benjamin, Simon
Cugler, Byron
Davis, Alfred W.
Edmonds, Thomas S.
Etz, Frederick P.
Evans, Juber
Giddings, George
Griffin, Booker T.W.
Hastings, Homer
Jackson, Charles W.
Johnson, Willis
Kellam, Charles Thomas
Moore, T. Bernard
Rankin, James G.
Savage, Curtis
Spady, Emerson
Spady, John H.
Tilghman, George Olin
Ward, King

World War II
Abrams, Grover Alvin
Banks, Albert Potter
Barrack, Lawrence Vernon
Bell, Willie R.
Bradshaw, Cecil W.
Cagle, David H.
Caville, William C.
Chambers, Russell Arthur
Clark, John Jasper, Jr.
Colonna, Frank C. Jr.
Davis, Leroy
Fitzgerald, Wilbur Fisk, Jr.
Hunt, Hugh Thompson
James, Richard Floyd
Johnson, Edward Dalls
Jones,Thaddeus Wallace
Kochersperger,Jesse W.
Kost, Albert
Mccamish, B.F. Jr.
Macmath, Donald
Manual, Robert R.
Martin, Noah J.
Moore, Robert Holland
Morris, Nathanial
Nottingham, Claude Daniel Jr.
Parramore, George Fisher Iii
Peterson, Marshall V.
Rodgers,
Edge of Veteran's Memorial marker is barely visible on building in the far background behind the Confederate marker in this imageCharles
Shields, Milton
Sowers, Wallace Lee
Stringfellow, Lensay Gordon
Thompson, Clarence A.
Thompson, Lloyd G.
Turner, James Kellam Sr.
Tyler, Richard H.
Watkins, Kenneth
Whitehurst, Levy Sr.
Wood, Charles Basil

Korea
Henderson, Ernest W.
Satchell, Thomas S.
Thompson, William R.
Wilson, Homer G.

Viet Nam
Brickhouse, Willie T. Sr.
James, Wille L.
Midgett, Dewey A.
Patton, Curtis R.
Robinson, D.R.
Savage, James W.
Scanlon, W.L. Jr.
Victory, William T.

Placed here this year of 1984 by the Veterans of Foreign Wars Eastern Shore Post 4856.
American Legion Willie T. Brickhouse Post 400. With the help of the people
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HM NumberHM1VAJ
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Year Placed1984
Placed ByVeterans of Foreign Wars Eastern Shore Post 4856. American Legion Willie T. Brickhouse Post 400
Marker ConditionNo reports yet
Date Added Sunday, October 23rd, 2016 at 9:02pm PDT -07:00
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Locationbig map
UTM (WGS84 Datum)18S E 416206 N 4134484
Decimal Degrees37.35328333, -75.94613333
Degrees and Decimal MinutesN 37° 21.197', W 75° 56.768'
Degrees, Minutes and Seconds37° 21' 11.82" N, 75° 56' 46.08" W
Driving DirectionsGoogle Maps
Area Code(s)757
Closest Postal AddressAt or near 16414-16418 US-13 BUS, Cape Charles VA 23310, US
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