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Kernersville Veterans Memorial
Kernersville
View complete article and references at Commemorative Landscapes of North Carolina at: https://docsouth.unc.edu/commland/monument/266
 
Description: This marker consists of a small stone stele mounted upright upon another a small stone slab base. It is engraved with the wreath insignia of the sponsoring club, the Veterans of Foreign Wars. The inscription is dedicated to those from the Kernersville area who lost their lives in military service.
 
Inscription:
DEDICATED TO THE MEMORY OF / THOSE WHO OFFERED THEIR LIVES / IN THE SERVICE OF OUR COUNTRY / FROM THE KERNERSVILLE AREA / ERECTED BY V.F.W. POST #6352
 
Materials & Techniques: Stone
 
Sponsor: Veterans of Foreign Wars
 
Location: The Veterans Memorial is located in front of the Paddison Memorial Library Building on 130 E. Mountain Street. There is a flagpole between the monument and the library.
 
Landscape: The marker is located on a bricked sidewalk area in front of a lamp post. A garden bed with a flagpole sits several feet behind the marker.
 
City: Kernersville
 
County: Forsyth
 
Subjects: Veterans of Multiple Wars
 

Latitude: 
36.12254
Longitude: 
-80.07113
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