South face: REMEMBERING / THE / “ALEXANDER COUNTY BOYS” / 1861-1865 / THESE MEN GAVE THEIR ALL
East side, vertical inscription: HONOR
West side, vertical inscription: VALOR
North face: [List of 321 names]
North side at base, bronze plaque: IN MEMORY OF / OWEN LITTLE / WWII VET WHO WORKED / TO HONOR CIVIL WAR SOLDIERS / OF / ALEXANDER COUNTY
The memorial is located on the lawn of the Alexander County Courthouse, 29 W. Main Avenue in Taylorsville, NC. It stands at the intersection of Center Street and W. Main Avenue, to the right when facing the courthouse main entrance. The Alexander County Confederate Monument and Civil War cannon are grouped with the Alexander County Confederate Dead monument. Across the courthouse lawn to the left are the World War I and World War II, Korean and Vietnam Wars markers, and the Veterans Memorial Bell Tower.
The memorial stands on the courthouse lawn, under shady mature trees.
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NAACP President: Sterling Howard
North Carolina Commission on
Racial & Ethnic Disparities
in the Criminal Justice System
PO Box 1588
Durham, NC 27702
Coordinated by the North Carolina Commission on Racial and Ethnic Disparities (NC CRED), this campaign aims to support and educate all North Carolinians seeking to remove Confederate monuments from their communities. Our goal is the removal of all Confederate monuments from courthouse grounds in the state of North Carolina.