Medallions & Markers

Medallions are put beside graves to tell us what these people did and to honor their service in wars and to other organizations such as fire departments and the police.

This medallion shows that this person was a volunteer in the Telford fire department. The letters on this medallion stand for Grand Army of the Republic (referring to the Northern Army of the Civil War). This medallion shows that the person buried at this grave was a veteran in a war fought by the United States.

 The medallion shown in this picture is telling us that the person in this grave was involved in World War II from 1941-1945. This marker means that this person served in World War I.  This plate tells us that the person buried in this grave was a World War II veteran.