SPANISH-AMERICAN MEMORIAL GRAVE

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SPANISH-AMERICAN MEMORIAL GRAVE

street:
NC
Built in
1902
Construction type: 
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  • Thu, 04/25/2019 - 11:08pm by gary

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United States
35° 59' 37.2012" N, 78° 55' 7.2012" W
US

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street:
NC
Built in
1902
Construction type: 
Neighborhood: 

 

This monument to three men was built in Maplewood Cemetery in 1902.

04.23.14 (G. Kueber)

Text Reads:

"Erected by a Grateful Community

TO THE MEMORY OF

Wm. Matthew Barbee

Rufus V. Stem

George M. Eubanks.

Members of Co. I. 1st NC Vols. USA

Who Nobly Laid Their Lives Upon Their Country's Altar During the Spanish-American War AD 1898

When The Republic of the United States Freed Struggling Cuba from Spanish Tyranny and Oppression."

_

The Remains of the First Two Lie Entombed Here. The Last (text unclear?) In the Beautiful (?) Cemetery Arlington (near?) Washington, DC"

 

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