A bronze plaque, 36 X 30 inches, set on black polished granite, with the names of veterans buried in Rockbridge Memorial Gardens. The plaque was dedicated on Thursday, 30 May 1968 at a Memorial Day service. At the top of the plaque are the words in capital letters: DUTY, HONOR, COUNTRY. Below those words in the left and right sides of the plaque are the symbols of the branches of the military services (Army, Air Force, Navy & Marines). Between the symbols in all caps are the words: WELL DONE. Last line in all caps are the words: BE THOU AT REST. Below are the names of the first 128 veterans buried in the Rockbridge Memorial Gardens in order of their burial.
Date of Installation:
May 30, 1968
Memorial War Era(s):
Rockbridge Memorial Gardens is located at 116 Peaceful Lane, Lexington, Virginia. It is just off Route 60 between Buena Vista and Lexington, Virginia and across from Popular Hill Exxon Station.
Published on July 12, 2017