Thomasville Civil War Memorial, Thomasville
NS. I moved from Approved to In progress. NOTE -- No references in listed supporting materials. We need to be sure that this indeed exists. No mention This war memorial is reminiscent of a simple grave marker. Made of gray granite, it is a rectangular plane, peaked at the top. It has inscriptions on both the front and rear face.
Front: “1861-1865 / LEST WE FORGET” / [Confederate seal and cross] /
DEDICATED TO THE MEMORY / OF THOSE SOLDIERS FROM / THOMASVILLE AND DAVIDSON / COUNTY THAT SERVED IN / THE CONFEDERACY DURING THE / WAR FOR SOUTHERN INDEPENDENCE / NEAR THIS SPOT IN 1861 / SOLDIERS BOARDED A TRAIN / TO LEAVE FOR THE WAR / MANY NEVER TO RETURN
Rear: [Confederate cross with St. Andrew’s cross] / DONATIONS IN MEMORY OF / 14TH REGIMENT NORTH CAROLINA TROOPS / BY / 14TH REGIMENT NORTH CAROLINA TROOPS REACTIVATED / PVT. JOHN SPENCER TURNER / BY / STEVE ANTHONY VESTAL AND LOUISE TURNER ADAMS / PVT. BARTLETT YANCY CLARK / 14TH REGIMENT, NCT’S CO H / PVT. WILLIAM CLAY ROUTH / 22ND NC TROOPS, CO M / PVT. THOMAS M. BLANKENSHIP / 17TH VA REGT, CO. G / PVT. WILLIAM ALEXANDER SULLIVAN / PVT. CHARLES PAYNE / SANFORD PAYNE / PVT. WILLIAM C. CARTER / PVT. DAVID EDDINGER / DONATED BY / THE THOMASVILLE RIFLES / SCV CAMP 172
The monument may have been erected sometime around 1910.
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The Sons of Confederate Veterans, “Thomasville Rifles”, Camp 172
Located near the Old Depot in Thomasville, the memorial stands next to a flag, near the railroad tracks.