Soldier’s Monument - Farmington

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The Soldier’s Monument

Farmington Riverside Cemetery

Garden Street – Farmington


Civil War - The tall, red stone obelisk is significant historically because it is tangible evidence of the honor and respect paid by the community to those who died in service during the Civil War.   Lettering on the monument states that it was erected in July 1872 in memory of volunteer soldiers from our village



World War I and II, Korea and Vietnam Wars - The flat stone monument pays tribute to the men of Farmington who died in World War I, World War II, Korean and Vietnam Wars