Warren County, Virginia Confederate Veterans Memorial

The memorial was erected to commemorate the courage and patriotism of the men from Warren County, who served honorably, in the Confederate Army. To those who fought and lived and those who fought and died. "To those who gave much and to those who gave all." The memorial is on the Warren County Courthouse lawn where Giles B. Cook American Legion Post 53 conducts our Annual Veterans Day Service on the eleventh day, of the eleventh month at the 11th hour of every year.


Date of Installation:

July 4, 1911

Memorial War Era(s):



Warren County Courthouse Lawn Intersection of Royal Avenue and Main Street Front Royal, VA 22030

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Published on February 24, 2017