Warren County World Wars I and II Memorial, Warrenton
The Warren County World Wars I and II Memorial is a roughhewn upright granite panel on a single base. A brass tablet listing the names of those who perished during the two wars fills most of the front face. “Negro” personnel were listed separately from whites.
IN MEMORY OF / THE MEN OF WARREN COUNTY / WHO GAVE THEIR LIVES / FOR THE CAUSE OF FREEDOM /
WORLD WAR 1 / APRIL 6, 1917 – NOVEMBER 11, 1918 /
[Left column] ADAMS, ROBERT T. / ADCOCK, DAVID C. / COLEMAN, ALBERT L. / DAVIS, EDWARD L. / FRAZIER, ERNEST E. / HAMM, LUKE J. / HARRIS, JOHN D. / HARRIS, MACY D. / HAYES, CLIFTON T. / LIMBER, ARCHIBALD W. / MILES, HERBERT P. / NICHOLSON, WILLIE U. / OVERBY, GEORGE P. / PENDERGRASS, CHARLIE T. / POWELL, LEON L. / ROBERTSON, BENJAMAN C / SAINT SING, VANCE H. /
[Right column] SHAMAN, WILLIAM R. / SHAW, JAMES A. / SMILEY, EDDIE K. / STALLINGS, LOUIS / STEWART, CLACK R. / WATKINS, JOHN H. / WEAVER, H. FRANK / WHITE, SOLOMAN W. /
NEGRO / ALSTON, FRANK / ARRINGTON, JOHN B. / BROWN, ANDREW J. / CARROLL, DAVID T. / DAVIS, HENRY / HARRISON, THOMAS / HUDGINS, JOSEPH A. / POPE, JOHN H.
WORLD WAR II / DECEMBER 7, 1941 – AUGUST 14, 1945 /
[Left column] BOWERS, HARRY M. / COLE, JOSEPH C. / CONNER, WILLIAM E. / DANIEL, JOSEPH R. / DAVIS, ROBERT B. / DENTON, OLLIE M. / DOWTIN, WILLIAM R. / FLEMING, FLOYD P., JR. / GUPTON, ROBERT L. / HARRIS, ROGERS J. / HUNDLEY, ANDREW J. / JAMES, LESTER L. / JONES, LOUIS C. / KELLY, ARTHUR G. / LIMER, H. MAURICE / MABRY, BENJAMIN P. / O’NEAL, GEORGE W., JR. / PALMER, HORACE JR. / PAYNTER, WALTER O. / PEOPLES, ALLEN L. / PERKINSON, RUSSELL W. / POWELL, ROMEO L., JR.
[Right column] ROBERTSON, SAMUEL V. / RODWELL, WALLACE S. / ROSE, DUDLEY A. / SCOTT, JOHN W., JR. / SHEARIN, ARTHUR B. / STALLINGS, J. JUNIUS / STEGALL, G. CLIFTON / STEMEMSON, ALVIN W. / WALL, JOHN F. / WARD, WILLIAM F. / WEAVER, HOWARD F. /
NEGRO / BURGESS, FRED J. / DALINS, MOSES F. / DUNSTON, EUGENE / EDWARDS, GEORGE E. / ELLIS, JERRY / JORDON, BEN T. / KEARNEY, FRED D. / THORTON, RICHARD B. / THORTON, ROBERT M. / WATKINS, KENNETH
ERECTED BY AMERICAN LEGION, AMERICAN LEGION AUXILIARY, VETERANS OF FOREIGN WARS
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“World Wars I and II Memorial,” The Historical Marker Database, HMdb.org, (accessed August 3, 2022) Link
American Legion, American Legion Auxiliary, Veterans of Foreign Wars
The memorial is located near the intersection of South Main Street (U.S. 401) and West Market Street, on the right when traveling south on South Main Street on the front lawn of the Warren County Courthouse. The Courthouse address is 109 S. Main Street, Warrenton NC 27589.
The memorial marker stands on the lawn surrounded by deciduous bushes.