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Carrie McGavock of Carnton Plantation. The Widow of the South who reburied hundreds of dead soldiers from the Battle of Franklin upon her own land and tended their graves. The South, Carnton Plantation, American Civil, Carrie Mcgavock, South Photo Civil War, The Civil War, Good Books, Books To Reading, South Photoscivilwar
Carnton Plantation, Franklin, TN. The Battle of Franklin in 1864, left behind a legacy for the people of its namesake Tennessee town. Take Carrie McGavock. She tended the wounded during the battle and created the Confederate Cemetery on land at her Greek Revival family home - Carnton. The Confederate Cemetery at Carnton Plantation.
Carnton Plantation The 1864 Battle of Franklin left behind a legacy for the people of its namesake Tennessee town. Take Carrie McGavock. She's been known to sit on her porch and look out at the Civil War cemetery adjacent to Carnton, her Greek Revival mansion.
Carnton Mansion The Carnton Mansion in Franklin, Tennessee was used as a hospital for Confederate Soldiers during the Civil War. Many of the deceased here were buried in mass graves. Several of their apparitions have been seen, heard and even felt here. Among them is the white apparition of a woman who appears on the back porch. www.amywritesroma...