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Civil War Veterans Graves

“With the price they paid, the least we can do is recognize their service to their country, and make sure they have a gravestone that shows where they lay,” - Jeffrey I. Richman, the historian of Green-Wood Cemetery


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Civil War Veterans Graves

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Civil War Cemetery, Franklin TN...Bloodiest battle in the Civil War, a must see

Gravestone of Lewis Powell who was a "Mosby Ranger".

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Pvt Lemuel Columbus Dill (b. 1836 Greenville Co, SC) is buried in plot #24 in the South Carolina section in McGavock Confederate Cemetery. He served with the 16th SC Infantry, Co D. He enlisted April 8th, 1862.

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7th MS Infantry, CSA gravesite

Sockwell's Brigade CSA

A headstone engraved

Gray's Civil War grave mystery grows - The Portland Press Herald / Maine Sunday Telegram

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Union soldier Lt. Charles H. Colley of Maine may not be buried in Gray Village Cemetery, after all. New evidence suggests his remains never left Virginia, where he died.

Gray's Civil War grave mystery grows - The Portland Press Herald / Maine Sunday Telegram

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Colonel Jeffery Forrest, younger brother of General Nathan Bedford Forrest. Jeffery E. Forrest was born 1837 four months after his father died. In June of 1861 he joined the Confederacy in a Tennessee mounted infantry. He rose to the rank of Colonel and commanded the 4th Alabama Cavalry and later the 4th brigade in his brothers command. He was shot in the neck and killed during the Battle of Okolona, Ms. He is buried in the Elmwood Cemetery in Memphis. (Photo Right) Gravesite of Colonel Jeffery

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Mt Olivet Cemetary Nashville Tn.

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Maj-Gen. James Ewell Brown 'J.E.B' Stuart and his wife, Flora, are buried together in this spot at Hollywood Cemetery, Richmond, Virginia. When General Robert E. Lee heard of Stuart's death, he wept. When Stuart fell, some of the spirit left the Army of Northern Virginia. Its Cavalry Corps would never be the same. Stuart will be forever the gallant young hero, struck down at the height of his fame, a symbol of the Confederacy.

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Pictured above: Tombstone for John Noland, a 19th Century black confederate scout who served with the Quantrill's Raiders. Also with the Qua...

Confederate Cemetery--Virginia

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Confederate Cemetery, Marietta, Georgia

He fought for Gen. George Washington, he fathered Confederate Gen. Robert E. Lee: "Light Horse" Harry Lee, Cumberland Island, GA

Savannah, Georgia. Soldier's graves1865.

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Confederate Soldiers Grave Pictures

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Confederate soldier: Charles Seton Hardee

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Charles William Read - Confederate Medal of Honor Recipient.

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Clell Miller was a Confederate and a notorious outlaw from Clay County, MO. He was a member of Quantrill's Raiders at the age of 14 and then the famed Jesse James Gang. Clell participated in many robberies - bank, train, stage, and home - and is credited for killing a number of people. Clell was killed in a bank robbery in Northfield, MN, at the age of 26, and is interred in Muddy Fork Cemetery near Kearney in Clay County, MO.

the digital cemetery: May 2009

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Strong Vincent

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Gen William Henry Chase Whiting - United States Army officer who resigned after 16 years of service in the Army Corps of Engineers to serve in the Confederate States Army during the American Civil War. He was wounded at the Second Battle of Fort Fisher by a musket ball to his leg, and died in prison camp on March 10, 1865 of dysentery that entered his wounds.

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28 Headstones That Will Make You Laugh

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Six Unknown Soldiers CSA Helena Arkansas

Memorial stone at the Alton Confederate Cemetery, Alton Illinois. photo take 12/15/12 as part of 'Wreaths Across America"

joshua chamberlain gravesite Brunswick Maine