For more information, call or visit the Robeson County Veterans Services Office:
113 W 8th St
(910) 671-3070 or (910) 671-3071
- Courthouse outside front at 500 North Elm Street – Granite Monument to Civil War Veterans
- Courthouse outside back at 500 North Elm Street – Granite Monument to Col. Thomas Robeson and Gen. John Willis
- Courthouse inside at 500 North Elm Street – Bronze Plaque to World War I Dead
- Robeson County Public Library Garden at 101 North Chestnut Street – Granite markers to World War I, World War II, Korea and Vietnam Wars
- Maxton Historical Society Museum at 201 W Graham St – Granite Monument to World War II
- Town Square at 100 Broad Street – Granite Monument to World War I, World War II, Korean War, Vietnam War and Global War on Terror, Dedicated in 1997.
- The National Guard Armory -Granite Monument “In Remembrance” of PFC Adam L. Marion 171 Engineering Company Baghdad, Iraq.
- Rowland Depot – bricks on the ground in front with the names of men from Rowland area who fought in WWII. They have a board that reads “Dedicated to the Veterans of the Rowland Community” The board has 758 brass plaques with the veteran’s names. It has all the decals for military branches and the board was placed on 11/11/2011.
- Town Hall – Main Street – World War I, World War II, Korean War and Vietnam War – granite memorial
- Veterans Memorial Park located across from University of North Carolina at Pembroke, in front of Burger King. Park consists of brick walkway with dedication of veteran’s names from Robeson County who are deceased and living. There is platform with all five military branches of service bronze plaques United States Marines Corp, United States Army, United States Navy, United States Air Force and Coast Guard. There also is memorial wall made of granite that displays names of all men and women from all military branches that have died in service.