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Floyd County, Texas Honors All It's Veterans
Floyd County Honors All It's Veterans

One of the most beautiful and unique monuments in Texas started out as a 4H project by Skyler Cornelius in one of the least populated counties in Texas. The Floyd County Memorial Site is unique in that it honors not just our fallen heroes but those who returned home as well. From the Civil War to wars still raging around the globe it is a testament to the brave men and women who defend America. Veterans who stood ready during peacetime also have their names inscribed in stone on this unique monument. You can visit the site at the Floyd County courthouse square in Floydada or browse the names of our heroes to find family members, friends and ancestors in the panels below.

Civil War

Spanish American War

World War One

World War Two

Korean War

Vietnam War

Gulf War

Afghanistan War

Unnamed Military Operations

Served in Peacetime

Added in 2016

Killed in Action


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