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Scotland County World War II Memorial - Memphis, Missouri
Posted by: Groundspeak Charter Member BruceS
N 40° 27.487 W 092° 10.211
15T E 570357 N 4478936
Quick Description: World War II memorial on the grounds of the Scotland County Courthouse in Memphis, Missouri.
Location: Missouri, United States
Date Posted: 11/29/2009 12:06:41 PM
Waymark Code: WM7T33
Published By: Groundspeak Regular Member GT.US
Views: 1

Long Description:

The World War II is a red granite monument placed beneath the World War I memorial. The granite monument is inscribed on both sides with the names of veterans from Scotland County who lost their lives in World War II. The monument is inscribed:

For God And Country
1941    1945
In Loving Memory
Of Our War Dead

May They Rest In Peace

The lists of names are

Roy t. Beard
Chas. W. Cotton
Jesse J. Cotton
Gurden E. Daniels
Geo. W. Davis
Chas. C. Dumas
Jesse J. Dye
A. Leonard Eager
Paul E. Farland
Donald V. Ferris
Wallace P. Forquer
Wm. K. Forrester
Howard E. Found
Lloyd F. Fowler
Jack Grant
E. Leon Greeno
Leland F. Harvey
Orland Heaton
Claudie E. Phillips

Harley R. Hines
Arlis E. Johnston
Geo. L. Labarge
Dorsey D. Lancaster
Richard H. Mathes
Jack E. Mustoe
Claude E. Parrish
Kenneth N. Phillips
Vernon B. Priebe
Max H. Pulliam
Samuel W. Purvis
Noah L. Robinson
Hillis L. Russell
Warren C. Simms
J. Leo Smith
Lee Roy Sprague
Donald G. Thomas
Vernon W. Watson

The memorial is located on the or the Scotland County Courthouse grounds also known as the Memphis Public Square.  Memphis is a small town in northeast Missouri in a predominately farming area.  The square is nicely maintained and there is plenty of parking available around the area.

Property Permission: Public

Location of waymark:
117 S Market St
Memphis, Missouri


Commemoration: Honoring the war dead from Scotland County.

Date of Dedication: Not listed

Access instructions: Not listed

Access times: Not listed

Website for Waymark: Not listed

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