Hertford County WWI Memorial, Winton
A large granite slab with rough cut edges sits directly on the ground. The marker is approximately four feet high and three feet wide. A WWI era artillery piece stands on the left of the slab.
The M1902, a.k.a. M1905 3-inch gun (76.2mm) was the U.S. Army’s first steel, rifled, breech loading, quick-firing field gun.
Images: WWI era artillery piece
1915 THE WORLD WAR 1918 / ERECTED TO THE MEMORY OF / HERTFORD COUNTY HEROES / WHO FREELY GAVE THEIR ALL / TO THEIR COUNTRY’S CALL / ERECTED BY THE / SCHOOLS OF / HERTFORD COUNTY
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Schools of Hertford County
The monument is located in front of the Hertford County Courthouse, at the intersection of N King and Cross Streets. The Confederate Soldiers Monument stands on the other side of the County Courthouse building at the intersection of N. King and Tryon Streets.
The marker stands on the lawn under a tree, very close to the road.