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Burial Places of Confederate Soldiers

Page 18 - Burial Places of Confederate Soldiers, Washington County, Maryland Click on the MEDIA ITEMS below for more information


18 * --Walton * 23d Va.
Are buried in northeast corner of Benj. Grave’s garden on right hand side of Shepherdstown road on inside and outside of fence, beginning at an apple tree. Graves have not been disturbed.

18 * J. Booker * 23d Va.

18 * C.W. Keesee * 23d Va.

18 * Benj. Green * 37th Va.

18 * Sergt. W. Walton * Co. I, 23d Va.

18 * J. H. Ieste * 23d Va.

18 * J. W. Noir * 14th N.C.

18 * L. C. Colys * 4th N.C.

18 * W. S. Aspray * 4th N.C.

18 * E. W. Johnson * 14th N.C.

18 * Lieut. D. Platham * 4th N.C.

18 * T. H. Clark * 15th La.

18 * Y. B. Egan * 15th La.

18 * Lieut. J. McBride * 2nd La.

18 * L. R Egan * Asst. Serg. 15th La.

18 * Lieut. D. P. Latham * Co. E, 1st N.C.

18 * --Duber * 3d Co, Wa. Battery. Killed September 17, ’62.
Buried at a rock brake in Grave's field west of his house, close to a small cherry tree on right of and sixty yards from Shepherdstown road; have boards.

18 * --Atkins *


Maryland. Board of Trustees of the Antietam National Cemetery

Duber (Dueber) was a driver for Company 3, of the Louisiana Washington Battalion Artillery. He was killed at the Battle of Sharpsburg or was taken prisoners and died at J. H. Grove's farm. (From state service records, provided by Greg Farino)

The Washington Artillery was first formed in 1838 in New Orleans and is the only unit that fought in the War between the States that is still in existence. It is also the oldest military organization in Louisiana. At the start of the War Between The States, the Battalion consisted of four companies. The men that filled the ranks were of the highest social standing and were 'members' of the Battalion: indeed it was considered a gentlemen's club with subscriptions being paid on a monthly basis even throughout the war. It was noted that the Battalion was "complete in all respects and at no cost to State or General Government" and on the 13th May 1861 made representation direct to the Confederate Government to enter the Confederate Army "for the War". They were immediately accepted and ordered to Virginia. Louisiana Battalion Washington Artillery


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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