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Veterans Memorial Guide

Veterans Memorial Guide

Throughout Perry County you can visit the following Monuments and Memorials honoring those who have served, have perished and those still serving our Country.

  •  New Lexington contains an Appreciation to Donors Monument, Desert Storm Monument, 30th Ohio Volunteers of War of 1861, the Congressional Medal of Honor Recipient Monument, the Vietnam Memorial– all located on the Monument Square – located on Broadway and North Main Street, New Lexington
  •  19th Century and 20th Century Veterans Monuments located on State Route 188 and 204, behind the City building in Thornville WWII Veterans of Pleasant Township Monument – located on State Route 13, across from the Post Office in Moxahala
  •  WWII, Korea, Vietnam, and Persian Gulf Veterans Monument – located on Main Street, State Route 155 and State Route 13 in Corning
  •  General Philip Sheridan, Civil War Monument – located at the center of Somerset, State Route 13 and 22
  •  WWI, WWII, Korea, Vietnam, Iraq and Afghanistan Monuments located in the Somerset Park
  •  Veterans Memorial honoring all who have served, all who have perished and all still serving – located in Roseville
  •  WWI Monument, the Rosser Family Memorial and a Memorial for the Korean War Dead – located on S. Buckeye Street in front of the City Building, Crooksville
  •  In Honor of those who served – located at the Village Park in Crooksville
  •  Veterans of Saltlick Township – located at the Memorial Park on Main Street, Shawnee
  •  Veterans of all Wars, Presidents, POW, MIA, and US Marines Monument – located at the center of New Straitsville on St. Rt. 93 and 216


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