Plaques and Memorials in Jefferson

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 Jefferson City Plaques and Memorials

Some of the more prominent plaques and memorials located around Jefferson.  How many of you have seen these Memorials from afar, but have never read them or looked closely at them?  Now you can click to enlarge and see them in the comfort of your home.  They play a large part in our Jefferson history.

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Floyd G. Hoard Memorial located at the old courthouse.

More Hoard Memorial display.

Hoard likeness exhibited on Hoard Memorial presentation at the old Jefferson courthouse.

Bottom portion of the Hoard Memorial.

World War I Casualties from Jackson County. Located at the old courthouse.

World War II casualties from Jackson County.

World War II casualties continued.

Korean, Vietnam and Iraq war casualties from Jackson County.

James Jackson Memorial left side view.

James Jackson Memorial located at the Old courthouse.

James Jackson Memorial right side view.

James Jackson Memorial back.

N. C. "Buck" Marlowe plaque in Marlowe Park at the old Marlowe Cafe site in downtown Jefferson.

Wide angle of ther Marlowe Park "Buck" Marlowe plaque

View of the Marlowe Park from the street.

Beautiful mural of Martin Institute painted by Dave Wiley.

Plaque at entrance of Memorial Field dedicated to those that lost their life in World War II.

Memorial Stadium Plaque behind press box. Stadium dedicated in 1962.

Morris Bryan, Sr. Plaque located behind the Memorial Stadium Press Box.

Morris M. Bryan, Jr. Plaque located behind the Memorial Stadium Press Box.

A tribute plaque to the first football coach at Jefferson High School. Coach Frank Snyder, Jr.

A Tribute Plaque to Coach John W. Davis. A great teacher and coach at Jefferson High School.

A Tribute Plaque to Coach Jim Lofton. Achieved State Coach of the Year in 1972 at Jefferson High school. Located behind the press box at Memorial Stadium.

A Tribute Plaque to Coach Jim Stoudenmire. He coached the Dragons to TWO state runner-up finishes in 1973 and 1975. Plaque is located behind the Memorial Stadium Press Box.

Richard Gearin. A 1964 Classmate of mine ( Cecil Buffington ). Never did a Jefferson Student have a greater sense of school spirit and loyaly than Richard Gearin. His Tribute Plaque is located in front of Jefferson High School.