The Veteran's Memorial Bridge is a bridge in Kentucky which crosses the Green River. It was first named for James Bethel Gresham, arguably the first American casualty of World War I, although the name has since changed. It connects the towns of Calhoun and Rumsey.
James Bethal Gresham Memorial Bridge in Southern Victory
The James Bethal Gresham Memorial Bridge was a bridge the Confederate state of Kentucky. It was named for the first Confederate soldier killed in the Great War. In 1943, it was captured by a platoon of United States barrels commanded by Lieutenant Michael Pound.