War Memorial


War MemorialThe Macoupin County War Memorial is a permanent reminder of county men and women who served in World War I, World War II, Korea and Vietnam. Eight black, granite stones are etched with the names of over 600 county residents who served in all branches of the military.

The memorial project was spearheaded by Martin Rogers, a Carlinville native and WWII veteran. Completed in 1996, the Macoupin County War Memorial stands in the southeast corner of the Macoupin County Courthouse grounds.