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Burial Places of Confederate Soldiers

Postscript - page 83. Burial Places of Confederate Soldiers. Click on the MEDIA ITEMS below for more information


Names and Burial Places Reported since the foregoing was put in Type

REFERENCE:--Page 13, Capt Jas. E. Martin, removed to the Family Burial Lot of Hon. James H Grove, Hagerstown.

“John Newton, H. H. A., S. C. V. Died July 6th 1863,” with Square and Compass and the letter “G” in the angles of the Square and Compass, upon a board placed at the head of his grave. Buried in Bowery Woods on Springfield Farm, near Williamsport, Washington County. Removed by Friendship Lodge No 84, A. F. and A. M. of Hagerstown, to the Cemetery at Williamsport. Head and Foot Stones put up and inscribed with the same marks and letters found upon the board where the body was first buried.

“Thos. W. Metcaff of Natchez, Miss,” buried by the side of Col Lumkins, in Presbyterian Cemetery, Hagerstown:
Myrtle planted on both graves.


Maryland. Board of Trustees of the Antietam National Cemetery


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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