WWI Memorial (1917-1918)

Memorial Gates

11 Grove Street

TO THE PATRIOT SOLDERS OF PETERBOROUGH
WHO ANSWERED THE CALL
OF THEIR COUNTRY DURING THE WORLD WAR
1917     1918
THEY BORE THE HARDSHIPS AND TOOK THE RISKS
OF CAMP TRENCH AND BATTLE
AND SERVED GALLANTLY WHEREVER STATIONED
THEIR NAMES ARE INSCRIBED WITH GRATITUDE AND LOVE
UPON THIS ENDURING MEMORIAL
THAT FUTURE GENERATIONS
MAY BE INSPIRED BY THEIR HIGH EXAMPLE

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WORLD WAR I
QUICK FIRE NAVAL DECK GUN

DEDICATED TO THE MEMORY
OF ALL WHO SERVED IN
"THE WAR TO END ALL WARS"
MANUFACTURED BY:
DRIGGS-SEABURY GUN AND AMMUNITION CO.
NEW YORK, NEW YORK, USA
1889
DEDICATED BY THE AMERICAN LEGION
CHENEY-ARMSTRONG POST NO. 5
AND
THE 6TH NEW HAMPSHIRE REGIMENT
SELECTMEN
EDWARD JUENGST, ROLAND PATTEN, & COL. LAWRENCE ROSS
NOVEMBER 11, 2001

The original wooden WWI Memorial was taken down when the Memorial Gates were built.