enfeild

Enfield, South Carolina

Dedication Date: May 30, 1928

Inscription: Wall to the left of the Confederate flag, carved into the marble (with drinking basin): ERECTED / BY THE / FRANK M. PARKER / CHAPTER 


Center column, under the Confederate flag, inscribed upon a bronze plaque: 1861 (laurel wreath with flag and bow) 1865 / TO THE MEMORY OF THE VETERANS / OF THE WAR / BETWEEN THE STATES / “WE CARE NOT WHENCE THEY CAME / DEAR IN THEIR LIFELESS CLAY / WHETHER UNKNOWN OR KNOWN TO FAME / THEIR CAUSE AND COUNTRY STILL THE SAME / THEY DIED AND WORE THE GRAY”

Center column, under the Confederate flag and bronze plaque, carved into the marble: RELOCATED BY / CLAUDE N. KIMBALL, JR. / V. F. W. POST NO. 6813 

Wall to the right of the Confederate flag, carved into the marble: UNITED DAUGHTERS / OF THE / CONFEDERACY / MAY 30 1925 Back: wall to the left of the American flag, carved into the marble (no drinking basin): KOREAN CONFLICT / 1950 - 1953 / VIETNAM WAR / 1961 - 1975 

Back: center column, under the American flag, inscribed upon a bronze plaque: 1917 (star) 1918 / IN HONOR OF / OF THE WORLD WAR / “COMRADES TRUE, BORN ANEW / PEACE TO YOU / YOUR SOULS SHALL BE WHERE THE HEROES ARE AND YOUR MEMORY SHINE / LIKE THE MORNING STAR.” / JOYCE KILMER

Back: wall to the right of the American flag, carved into the marble: WORLD WAR II / 1941 - 1945 / PERSIAN GULF WAR / 1990