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Monuments and Memorials
|Photographs furnished by : George Vincent|
FREEDOM IS NOT FREE
During WW II Wilsonville's Population
Was Around 1200 People. Of Those
190 Were In The Armed Forces.
All Gave Some. But The Following
World War II Monument|
July 25, 2009
|Honor Guard - Rifle Salute|
VFW Post # 4547
Father Paul Waters
Donald Harvill, Sr.
Col. Leslie J. Mitcos, Jr.
"Star Spangled Banner"
was played by bugler
Spirit of Education
Dedicated in 1990
This Bell hung in the first Public School built in Wilsonville, in 1920
This Plaza is dedicated to the Memory and spirit of the
Emigrant Coal Miners who settled the community and
recognized that the education of their children and
themselves was the means to achieve progress and prosperity
This bell donated by and in memory of
This Monument Is Dedicated
To The Men & Women Of Our
Community Who Honorably
Served Our Country
Flagpole Donated By
Illinois Power Co.
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