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Dade County Veterans Memorials


The Dade County Courthouse in Greenfield, Missouri has three memorials to Missouri Veterans. The first is a memorial wall dedicated to service members of foreign wars.  It was dedicated in 1996 and is constructed primarily of brick. It lists the names of those who served by conflict. 

The second is a memorial gazeebo constructed as a memorial to WWI Veterans in 1919. It has a dedication stone embedded into the structure. 

The third is a tombstone style stone monument dedicated to all Veterans of Dade County. It was erected in 198 by V.F.W. Post 4233, Greenfield, Missouri. 

Contribute to Mapping Monuments and Memorials in Missouri

We need your help. If you live in, or frequently travel through the state of Missouri, and come across, or know of a monument or memorial to WWI service members, please contact us and tell us where we can find it. We will then send one of our staff to take photographs and gather needed information.

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You can also take the photographs yourself and submit them to us (no cell phones please). Please submit your information by clicking on the submit link below. We look forward to seeing what you find!