Greene County Veterans Memorial, Snow Hill
The Greene County Veterans Memorial is a large rectangular block of granite over six feet tall and four feet wide. It is unfinished except for squares on each side in which the inscriptions appear. Small bronze emblems for each branch of the military are attached above the front inscription. Left to right: Army, Marine Corps, Coast Guard, Navy, Air Force.
Images: Front inscription | Rear inscription | View of Sergeant Ray E. Eubanks, Greene County Confederate and Veterans memorials
Front: IN DEDICATION TO / THE MEN AND WOMEN OF / GREENE COUNTY WHO SERVED / THEIR COUNTRY / IN A TIME OF NEED. / TO THOSE WHO FOUGHT, / AND TO THOSE WHO SACRIFICED / LIFE AND LIMB TO DEFEND / OUR FREEDOM AND IDEALS. / WORLD WAR I WORLD WAR II / KOREAN WAR VIET NAM WAR
Rear: ERECTED BY / GREENE COUNTY TAX PAYERS / THE AMERICAN LEGION POST 94 / THE AMERICAN LEGION POST 332 / VETERANS OF FOREIGN WARS POST 9841 / 11 NOV. 1987 / FOR GOD AND COUNTRY
November 11, 1987
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“Greene County Courthouse,” The Living New Deal, livingnewdeal.org, (accessed September 2, 2016) Link
Greene County, American Legion Post 94, American Legion Post 332, Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 9841
The memorial faces northwest, away from the Greene County courthouse and toward the intersection of N Greene St and SE 1st St, Snow Hill, NC.
Greene County Confederate Monument and Sergeant Ray E. Eubanks, Medal of Honor obelisk stand on both sides of the memorial. Tuscarora War/Lord Granville and a Fallen Police Officer markers stand on the right side of the front lawn, at the intersection of N Greene St and SE 2nd St.
The memorial obelisk stands on the left side of the courthouse lawn.
Annual Memorial Day services are held on the Greene County Courthouse lawn.