Our Veterans Dedication
September 2004
The importance of honoring our Veterans goes without saying. In September, 2004 we held event to dedicate and honor those Veterans buried at the Warsaw Cemetery. Together with our Board, families of those being honored, and others those names were remembered for their contribution in military service.

Veterans Dedication
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Invocation & Benediction Hon. Joe Walls, Chaplain
Master of Ceremonies Commander, Ray Barry
Roswell Mills Camp #1547, SCV
Musket Salute Chris Cox
43rd Alabama Re-Enactors
SCV Color Guard
Laying of the Wreaths Ken Howell
GA Div., SCV
Commander, Tim Pilgrim
12th Brigade
John Cobb
Roswell Mills Camp #1547, SCV
Posting of the Colors SCV Color Guard

"Recognition of Veterans Buried in Warsaw Cemetery"

Armstead T. Abbott, CSA William R. Abbott, CSA William T. Anderson, Army, Korea
Thomas N. Beck, WWI Hollis D. Bishop, WWII John F. Bishop
Homer Bradford, GA Pvt Henry Lee Brumbalow, Korea Jesse W. Cash, WWII
Robert Carlton Cates, WWII Charles H. Christopher John R. Christopher, CSA
Elmer Conner Jr. James Claude Covington, Korea David G. Dockery, WWII
Emory O. Dove, WWII James Dewey Dove, Korea Benjamin F. Findley, CSA
Gene Findley Sr. William Free, CSA Howard Gilbert
George B. Goolsby, WWI John Brice Goolsby, Korea James A. Gourley, CSA
Henry B. Graham, US Navy Henry J. Green Guy A. Hamrick
John C. Haygood, WWII Emmett Helton Thomas Hyde, CSA
Monty Kemp, WWII John Long, WWI Robert McClure, Jr.
Robert McClure, Sr. Joseph A. McElroy, WWII Prue McGaha, WWII
Quill McPherson, WWII Leonard E. McPherson, US Navy Robert David Medlock, WWI
Charles Edgar Miolen James E. Mobley, WWII Calvin McClung Parsons
Dewey John Poteete, WWII Jessie J. Rogers, WWII Guy W. Roland, WWII
Everett Roland Frank Everett Smith, WWII Clifford J. Spinks, WWII
Roy Stapler, WWII Forrest A. Stone James M. Taylor, CSA
Nicholas Harrison Taylor, CSA R.C. Timms Carl Tribble, WWII
Claude M. Truell, WWII Doyd James Trusty, WWII Kenny R. Waits
Lem Owen Webb, WWII