2 edition of Tennessee Confederates buried in Illinois. found in the catalog.
Tennessee Confederates buried in Illinois.
Sherman Lee Pompey
in [Clovis? Calif
Written in English
|LC Classifications||E494 .P66|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||76014081|
Other Middle Tennessee Civil War Burial sources: Confederate Soldiers Home Cemetery. Five hundred Confederate veterans are buried at this cemetery located on The Hermitage grounds. Listings and photos created by the SCV Col. Randal McGavock Camp. _____ The McGavock Confederate Cemetery is located in Franklin, Tennessee. These veterans are buried in the "Tennessee Confederate Soldiers Cemetery", located on the grounds of "The Hermitage" property along Highway 70 in Hermitage, Tennessee. The members of the Col. Randal W. McGavock camp are charged to maintain the appearance of the marker stones and the grounds they are on.
Confederates of Elmwood: A Compilation of Information Concerning Confederate Soldiers and Veterans Buried at Elmwood Cemetery, Memphis, Tennessee (Expanded Edition). John W. Cothern. Elmwood Cemetery was established in , making it the oldest active cemetery in Memphis, Tennessee. Amongst burials are more. The Confederate Dead in Brooklyn: Biographical Sketches of Confederate POWs by Walter, J. F., heritage books, VREF W The author developed information on confederate soldiers who died while prisoners in the new york city area and are buried .
More Confederate soldiers are buried in Chicago than anywhere else north of the Mason-Dixon Line. In December , Camp Douglas itself was torn down. Eventually the camp’s old parade ground was converted into fields where returning Union veterans played a new sport, baseball, which they had learned during their wartime service. 63rd Tennessee Infantry C. S. A. Colonel Richard Meredith Saffell February 11 - March 21 26th Tennessee Infantry C. S. A. THE FOLLOWING ARE BURIED HERE IN UNMARKED GRAVES: Taken from the Knoxville Death Records; Chas Crouch Died August 6 Aged 77 Years C Baker Died May 21 Aged 80 Years (male).
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This cemetery holds the remains of the Confederate soldiers who were killed in the Novem Battle of Franklin. This cemetery figures prominently in Robert Hicks's novel, "The Widow of the South." On the grounds of Carnton Plantation.
Tennessee Confederates buried in Illinois [Sherman Lee Pompey] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying : Sherman Lee Pompey. The McGavock Confederate Cemetery is located in Franklin, was established in June as a private cemetery on Tennessee Confederates buried in Illinois.
book donated by the McGavock planter family. The nearly 1, Confederate soldiers buried there were casualties of the Battle of Franklin that took place Novem They were first buried at the battleground, but were reinterred in This is a list of Confederate monuments and memorials that were established as public displays and symbols of the Confederate States of America (CSA), Confederate leaders, or Confederate soldiers of the American Civil of the commemoration of the American Civil War, these symbols include monuments and statues, flags, holidays and other observances, and the names of schools, roads.
Confederate Monuments In Illinois: Do They Exist. - Across Illinois, IL - Since George Floyd's death on Memorial Day, nearly Confederate Author: Shannon Antinori. If you know of any other Confederate Veteran graves located anywhere in Illinois or can make corrections or add any information on the men already on this list, please contact Gale F.
Red, 5 Hunters Pointe Court, O’Fallon, ILtelephoneemail: [email protected] or [email protected] On November 4,a train wreck south of Cleveland killed 17 Confederate soldiers who are buried here in a mass grave.
Nearby engagements in resulted in the deaths of Union soldiers also interred here. Capt. Jonathan Dickerson, th Illinois Infantry, was killed on September 18 by Confederate troops on the Dalton Road.
Alton, Illinois - Civil War Era - Confederate Prison includes a searchable database of Confederate Soldiers who died at the Alton Prison Register of Confederate Soldiers Who Died in Camp Douglas, and Lie Buried in Oakwoods Cemetery, Chicago, Ills., scanned book at Illinois Rebels - A Civil War Unit History of G Company, 15th Tennessee Regiment Volunteer Infantry by Ed Gleeson (, Guild Press of Indiana, Gradle Drive, Carmel, Indiana ) The Illinois Confederate Company, by Frank Metcalf, a member of the unit in the Confederate Veteran.
At the end of the war those Illinois Confederate soldiers who survived returned to Illinois. For those who have an interest in knowing more about the Illinois Confederates, I recommend the book Illinois Rebels: A Civil War History of G Company Tennessee Regiment Volunteer Infantry by Ed Gleeson.
Register of Confederate soldiers who died in Camp Douglas, and lie buried in Oakwoods Cemetery, Chicago, Ills., by United Confederate Veterans.
Illinois Division. Ex-Confederate Association of Chicago Camp No. Buy Tennessee Confederates buried in Illinois by Pompey, Sherman Lee (ISBN:) from Amazon's Book Store.
Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : Sherman Lee Pompey. This cemetery served the Tennessee Confederate Soldiers Home which operated from and stood about 1 mile north of the cemetery.
Access is solely from Old Hickory Boulevard through the main entrance gate to The Hermitage, historic home of Andrew Jackson. — Number of Confederate graves 5, — Number of Confederate soldiers held as prisoner of war in (est.) — Escapees (est.) — Number of Confederate.
Inthe retreating Confederates buried a large number of weapons and a bronze cannon. Supposedly, the cache is buried where the bridge on route 79 crosses the lake.
The John Winters Treasure. A large treasure of gold coins, and silver plate was buried by John Winters, on his farm, located approximately two miles north of Erin on route I love studying about thst war in school.
I dont know if you could help me but, i had a cousin that fought in the civil war for the union. His name was Orson Andrews he was with Company K Illinois.
He was wounded at Hogback ridge either in Tennessee or Kentucky. Would love any info. He died in and is buried in Emmettsburg IA. U.S., Confederate Service Records, This database contains records of Confederate soldiers who served in military organizations that were formed by the Confederate Government.
Information available about a soldier includes his name, unit, and rank. Additional information may be found by viewing the image of the original record. In the volumes, the names of Confederates buried at the Alton Confederate Cemetery (Alton Prison), Camp Butler National Cemetery (Camp Butler Prison), Rock Island National Cemetery (Rock Island Prison), Oakwood Cemetery (Camp Douglas Prison), and the Mounds City National Cemetery are all not included, but account for more t men.
During his time in the Illinois River Valley, he is rumored to have accumulated over $, in gold, which he buried around Starved Rock. He told a priest about the gold just before he died, but it has never been found despite search attempts in the s by the French and the Potawatomie.
Discover Confederate Mound in Chicago, Illinois: The final resting place of up to 6, confederate soldiers, the largest mass grave in the Western Hemisphere. The story of the Nathan Bedford Forrest Camp of the United Confederate Veterans for is given with the listing of those buried in the cemetery per each of the states represented.
These States are Alabama, Tennessee, Mississippi, Georgia, Arkansas, Louisiana, South Carolina, North Carolina, Florida, Kentucky, and Texas.The Confederate dead from Camp Morton were first buried in Indianapolis’ Greenlawn Cemetery. Initially, volunteers buried Confederate soldiers, as national cemeteries were built only for Union soldiers.
Until the turn of the 20th century, Congress made no effort to provide for or identify Confederate .Three Confederate soldiers are buried at Shiloh National Cemetery. Two died as prisoners of war. Regulations state that Confederate POWs were the responsibility of the Union in life and death.
Since Confederate POWs were usually held in northern states, the National Cemeteries with the largest number of Confederate graves are located in the north.