The memorial consists of a marble slab listing World War I and World War II dead from Clay County, North Carolina. The marble is held by a river stone and masonry structure standing on a single base also made of stone and masonry topped with concrete. Set into the base is a small stone tablet with one name from Vietnam.
Date of Installation:
January 1, 1960
Organization Responsible for Installation:
American Legion Post 532 & VFW Post 6812
Memorial War Era(s):
The memorial is located at the intersection of Main Street and Herbert Street, on the right when traveling north on Main Street, in Hayesville, NC.
Published on June 17, 2017