Wednesday, December 7, 2016        

Greenville World War I Memorial

At the intersection of Church Street and Rt. 44, Putnam Pike

 Greenville World War I Monument

Greenville World War I Monument

  Above photos contributed by James A. Ignasher

 

ERECTED IN GRATEFUL RECOGNITION OF 
THE MEN OF GREENVILLE 
WHO SERVED THEIR COUNTRY IN THE WORLD WAR 

1917 – 1918 

*Ernest E. Austin
William L. Austin
William R. Brown
Albert W. Burgess
Ralph P. Boucher
George F. Desonie
Warren A. Farrar
Vincent J. Johnston
*Frank G. Laramie
Luke J. Lynch
James J. McCauley
William A. McDermott
Thomas J. McLean
Harley W. Mowry, Jr.
Harold J. Mowry
Franklin M. Perry
Charles H. Phillips
Harry E. Turner
Harold C. Walcott
Willard M. Walcott
*J. Earl White
J. Irving White
Prescott J. Williams

THEY SERVED WITHOUT THOUGHT
OF SELF THAT THE PRINCIPLES OF
LIBERTY JUSTICE AND EQUALITY
MIGHT PREVAIL FOR ALL MANKIND.

 

Photos from the 1931 Dedication Ceremony

These photos are courtesy of the Smithfield Historical Society 

Greenville World War I Memorial Dedication 1931

Greenville World War I Memorial Dedication 1931

 

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