Non-association MemorialsThe 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.