World War II Memorial - Greenwood, SC
Posted by: Groundspeak Premium Member jhuoni
N 34° 11.784 W 082° 10.426
17S E 391852 N 3784555
Quick Description: Located in a small park in Greenwood, SC, this monument lists the names of eleven of Greenwoods lost sons.
Location: South Carolina, United States
Date Posted: 7/20/2013 6:19:55 PM
Waymark Code: WMHKNQ
Published By: Groundspeak Regular Member Math Teacher
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Long Description:
Located in the City Men’s Garden of Greenwood, this monument marks the name of eleven men from the Greenwood Cotton Mill who were lost in World War II. This monument was erected by the employees and management of Greenwood Cotton Mill. It was sponsored by the Veterans Committee of World War II.

In Memoriam
Joseph W. Butler
Charles B. Harris
Travis E. Gambrell
Dallas N. Yeargin
Crady H. Canup
James A. Lyda
Manning Holsonback
Jesse C. Motes
Fred G. Lyda
William B. Sizemore
William H. Walters

Erected by the employees and management of Greenwood Cotton Mill. Sponsored by Veterans Committee of World War II.
Property Permission: Public

Access instructions: There is a dirt road which runs along side of this park located off of Calhoun Ave, please park here.

Access times: From: 6:00 AM To: 8:00 PM

Location of waymark:
510 West Cambridge Avenue
Greenwood, SC USA

Commemoration: In Memoriam of Eleven Workers from the Greenwood Cotton Mill (Greenwood SC) who died in WWII

Date of Dedication: Not listed

Website for Waymark: Not listed

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