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Burial Places of Confederate Soldiers

Page 37. Burial Places of Confederate Soldiers, Washington County, Maryland. Click on the MEDIA ITEMS below for more information


37 * One unknown *
In Wm. Rulett’s orchard close to his house.

37 * Five trenches supposed to contain 250 unknown. Capt. Whatley of Jacksonville, Ala. in one end of trench *
In the 1st field of Wm. Ruletts along Bloody lane.

37 * Twenty unknown *
In Samuel Mumma’s field joining Rulett’s lane, S.E. corner, 20 steps from rock brake.

37 * Twenty unknown *
In Samuel Mumma’s bear hole field.

37 * Three trenches supposed to contain 18 unknown *
In S.D. Piper’s field east of his orchard in hollow; bones exposed.

37 * Four trenches supposed to contain 25 unknown *
In S.D. Piper’s 18 acre field joining Bloody lane.

37 * Two Unknown *
In S.D. Piper’s field; bought of Squire Miller.


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Maryland. Board of Trustees of the Antietam National Cemetery

Captain George C Whatley was the commanding officer of the 10th Alabama Infantry.


Collection Location:
Washington County Free Library

Original Size:
14 x 22 cms

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

Maryland, 1862-1865

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

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