Clay County Veterans Memorial, Hayesville

Clay County Veterans Memorial, Hayesville

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.

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Date of Installation:

January 1, 1960

Organization Responsible for Installation:

American Legion Post 532 & VFW Post 6812

Memorial War Era(s):

Persian Gulf


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