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Burial Places of Confederate Soldiers


Page 34. Burial Places of Confederate Soldiers, Washington County, Maryland. Click on the MEDIA ITEMS below for more information

   



34 * Three unknown *
Alongside the edge of E. Hoffman’s woods at Smoketown, 50 yards from house.

34 * Capt. J.C. Beeks * 27th Ga.
Are buried in Euromus Hoffman’s field south of barn, along the hillside; 23 steps east of a large walnut tree.

34 * J.S. Ervin * 21st Miss.
Are buried in Euromus Hoffman’s field south of barn, along the hillside; 23 steps east of a large walnut tree.

34 * Capt. Cooke * 20th Miss.
Are buried in Euromus Hoffman’s field south of barn, along the hillside; 23 steps east of a large walnut tree.

34 * J.R. Cody * 18th Ga.,
Are buried in Dr. Smith’s field, N.W. of house in the hollow between two gullies; fifty yards south of a walnut tree. A number of unknown were also buried there and some have been washed out.

34 * N.B. Parker * 27th N.C.
Are buried in Dr. Smith’s field, N.W. of house in the hollow between two gullies; fifty yards south of a walnut tree. A number of unknown were also buried there and some have been washed out.

34 * Capt John Howard * 2d N.C.
Are buried in Dr. Smith’s field, N.W. of house in the hollow between two gullies; fifty yards south of a walnut tree. A number of unknown were also buried there and some have been washed out.

34 * Lt. R. L. Noble * 27th N.C.
Are buried in Dr. Smith’s field, N.W. of house in the hollow between two gullies; fifty yards south of a walnut tree. A number of unknown were also buried there and some have been washed out.

34 * Three unknown *
East of H. Neikirk’s barn, on opposite hill and 20 feet west of a hickory stump.

34 * Two unknown *
In D.R. Miller’s orchard back of the garden, six steps from N.E. corner of garden.





ID:
wccs034

Page #:
34

Creator:
Maryland. Board of Trustees of the Antietam National Cemetery

Date:
1869

Collection Location:
Washington County Free Library

Original Size:
14 x 22 cms

Subject:
United States--History--Civil War, 1861-1865--Registers of dead--Confederate side.

Coverage:
Maryland, 1862-1865

 
 
Western Maryland Regional Library
100 South Potomac Street
Hagerstown, Maryland 21740

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