Veterans Memorial, Roseboro
The Roseboro Veterans Memorial is a roughhewn granite shaft on a double base standing eight
feet tall in total. Identical inscriptions appear on the front and rear. The shaft is surrounded by a
circle sidewalk, landscaping and concrete benches. A plaque in the sidewalk in front of the
memorial list donors of two rows of Savanah Holly trees planted in the highway median which
runs several hundred yards behind the memorial.
Images: Front | Rear view | Plaque listing donors | Far-off view of the memorial
Shaft: IN MEMORY / OF THOSE / WHO GAVE
Base: ERECTED BY / COHARIE POST NO. 361 / AMERICAN LEGION / 1950
City of Roseboro
34.952690 , -78.510530 View in Geobrowse
Carter, Kristy D. “Celebrating Roseboro,” The Sampson Independent (Clinton, NC), (accessed July 9, 2016) Link
Coharie Post #361 American Legion
The memorial is located on West Roseboro in the median between W. Railroad and N. East Railroad streets.
The monument stands in a wide grassy median between two streets forming a park like area. It is adorned with seasonal plants, bushes and trees.