Non-association Memorials

The images in the gallery below are of memorials that were not sponsored by the 16th Infantry Regiment Association, but are dedicated to the Regiment or its Soldiers.

  • The 11th US Infantry monument at Gettysburg. Just to the right of the monument is the Rose Wood.

  • The monument at Bathlemont, France dedicated to Gresham, Merle, and Hay, F Company, 16th Infantry, first US ground casualties in WWI, 3 November 1917.

  • The cenotaph to Corporal James B. Gresham in Indianapolis, IN.

  • Plaque dedicated in October 1991 by John Bistrica to the Soldiers of C Company who stayed at Lyme Regis 1943-44.
    The house at Woodmead and Silver Streets in Lyme Regis

  • The house at Woodmead and Silver Streets in Lyme Regis where the plaque is mounted.

  • The 16th Infantry monument placed at Indian Island, ME, the home of DMOR Charles Shay.

  • A close up of the Indian Island memorial.

  • Plaque at the Corporal John A. Seravalli Playground in New York City. Seravalli, B/1-16 Infantry, was KIA in Vietnam, 28 February 1967.

  • Plaque dedicated to Sammy Fuller, I Company, 16th Infantry in WWII, by the Karlovy Vary International Film Festival in Sokolov (Falkenau), Czech Republic.

  • The 1st Battalion Headquarters at Fort Riley is named Richmond Hall for Capt. Kimball Richmond, Commander, I Company in WWII.

  • This plaque honoring MOH recipient Jake Lindsey is also at the 1st Battalion HQ at Fort Riley.

  • Robinson Secondary School in Fairfax, VA, is named for Medal of Honor recipient SSG James W. Robinson, Jr., C/2-16 IN, KIA Vietnam 1966.

  • This tablet commemorating the 16th Infantry is mounted on the visitor center building at the 1st Division Museum at Cantigny, Wheaton, IL.