Ottawa, Franklin County
Hope Cemetery (northwest of town) – Map
Type: Flag Pole
Description: The concrete base of the flagpole in the center of Hope Cemetery has medallions representing G.A.R., Confederate Veterans, World Wars I and II, Korea, and Viet Nam.
reported by DE McGovern
DE McGovern, July 7, 2005
SUV Registry Status: Secondary Memorial
no SUVCW documentation planned
Princeton, Franklin County
Cemetery (east of town – 1490 US-59) – Map
Type: Granite Monument
Description: Monument of Barre granite. Inscribed on the front is: “In Memory ~ Of Our Soldiers ~ Who Fought In The ~ Great Rebellion Of ~ 1861-1865”. The carved decorations include flags and crossed sabers with G A R emblazoned. The date “1907” is engraved on the base.
The back of the monument is engraved: “Loyalty And Patriotism ~ Erected By ~ Princeton Circle No. 33 ~ Of The Ladies Of The Grand Army ~ Of The Republic”.
There are twenty-one soldiers buried at the base of the monument.
Baruch and Beckman, 1978,
RM Thies, 1996
DE McGovern, February 13, 2005
RL Wandel, June 14, 2005
SUV Registry Status: Primary Memorial
SUVCW documentation needed