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©Compiled by Gale F. Red, Project Coordinator

©Originally Transcribed and Formatted by Kim Torp and Judy Anderson

Updated: February 15, 2008

Until this project was begun six years ago, there had never been an attempt to account for all of the Confederate military veterans who died and are buried in Illinois. This project is an attempt to find the graves of all of those men and to learn all we can about each of them in order to preserve the memory of the service they performed for their country. This listing reflects contributions from many people and sources, and is an on-going project. I try to keep the list as accurate as possible, but there may be some errors. 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, O'Fallon, IL 62269-3133, telephone 618-622-8949, email:,
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Mt. Pleasant Cemetery, Pine Rock Twp:
GRAY, Stephen, CSA, d. unknown (shown as 1Lt., Co. C/F, 6th California Infantry- UNION)
KILMER, Daniel, 1st VA Cavalry, b. 11 Jan 1846 (VA-WV), d. 20 Oct 1902

Plainview Cemetery, Mount Morris:
WELLER, Charles R, 2nd Sgt., Co., B, 1st Regt. Virginia Home Guard Cavalry, CSA, b. 5 May 1826 (VA), d. 22 Apr 1901
SEIBERT, John B., Pvt., Co. B, 1st Regt. Virginia Home Guard Cavalry, CSA, b. 10 Sep 1833 (VA), d. 12 Mar 1926 (maybe not the correct unit)

Roseland Cemetery, Roseland, Monroe Twp.:
DUNCAN, Alexander Burt, (prob. Pvt., Co. F, 42nd TN Infantry, CSA), b. 1846, d. 10 Feb 1936

Unknown Cemetery:
BUTTERFIELD, Elihu, Pvt., Co. D, 10th TN Infantry, CSA, b. a. 1813 (PA), d. ? (Elihu had originally enlisted in US, captured, enlisted with CSA, then captured and enlisted with US)


Peoria Cemetery, Peoria:
MANLEY, John, Confederate, d. 12 Oct 1931 (Shown in Cemetery book as Manley, but death/marriage record as Manly) G4 Block R2

Smithville Cemetery, Logan Twp.:
COLLINS, Wyman L., VA Sharpshooter, 35th VA Militia, Co. H, 63rd VA Infantry, CSA, b. 18 Sep 1837 (VA) d. 29 Sep 1910 (shown in 1956 listing as Wayman Collins) G1, L 16, Block B


IOOF Cemetery, Du Quoin:
JEFFERS, Berry Austin, Co., Pvt., A, 13th Battalion Louisiana Rangers, CSA, b. 29 Apr 1839 (AL), d. 11 Dec 1919, Lot 10 Block F
KNIGHT, N.J, Pvt., Flag bearer for Gen. Lee, Lot 18 Block H (possibly: Newton J. Knight, Pvt., Co E, 1st GA Infantry Regulars, CSA)

Oak Grove Cemetery, Pinckneyville:
FLARE (FLEHR), John Frederick, Pvt., Battery D, 8th Battalion LA Heavy Artillery, CSA, b. 1 May 1846 (Germany), d. 15 Dec 1916 (Also shown as Fleur)

Hopewell Cemetery, Pinckneyville:
MCMILLAN, Charles M., Pvt., Co. A, 14th Va. Cavalry, CSA, b. VA, d. no dates


Bement Cemetery, Bement Twp.:
PHILLIPS, Marion Clark, Pvt., Co. A & G, 33rd MS Infantry, CSA, b. 26 Apr 1844 (GA), d. 5 May 1940
TALLEY, H.C., Pvt., NC, CSA, b. 1844, d.27 Jul 1916,

Blue Ridge Cemetery, Mansfield:
BLAGG, Simeon A., Sgt., Co. I, 31st Infantry VA Infantry, CSA, b. 24 Nov 1844 (VA), d. 22 Jan 1925, R 19, Sec. 4, PHS
CREWS, Melantheon C. (Rev.), Pvt., 36th Regt. AL Vol. Infantry, CSA, b. 1840 (MS), d. 25 Apr 1918,R 4, Sec. 4, PHS
HILLIGOSS, John William, Pvt., Co. B, 2 BN. KY Mounted Rifles, CSA, b. 1 Oct 1841 (KY), d. 6 Oct 1920, R 11, Sec. 3, PHS
KUYKENDALL, Joseph Hiram ("High"), Pvt., Co. B, 64th NC Infantry, then possibly with McNeill's Partisan Rangers VA, CSA, b. 22 Dec 1844 (VA), d. 10 Dec 1930,
MCNEILL, Jesse Cunningham, Capt., McNeill's Partisan Rangers VA, CSA, b. 22 Sep 1841 (KY), d. 4 Mar 1912, R 12, Sec. 1, PHS
VAN METER, Charles Washington, Pvt., Co. F, 7th VA Cavalry, CSA, b. 5 Dec 1837 (VA), d. 29 Jul 1922, R 2, Sec. 4, PHS
VAN METER, Isaac N., Pvt., Co. H, 25th VA Infantry, then Co. B, 11th VA Cavalry, CSA, b. 6 Jun 1843 (VA), d. 15 May 1925, R 2, Sec. 4, PHS
VAN METER, Solomon, Pvt., Co. B, 62nd VA Mounted Infantry, CSA, b. 19 Feb 1833 (VA), d. 16 Apr 1928, R 1, Sec. 4, PHS

Monticello Cemetery, Monticello:
PECK, Monroe, Pvt., Co. B, 10th TX Infantry (Nelson's), CSA, b. 23 Feb 1835, d. 12 Dec 1924

Veterans' Monticello Cemetery, Monticello:
PARSONS, Henry M., Pvt., Co. E, Peter's Regt., VA Cavalry, CSA, b.15 Aug 1822 (VA), d. 11 Dec. 1898, B 30, L 4


Calles Cemetery, Perry Twp.:
WATKINS, William, Army, Lee, CSA (per 1929 HR)

Dorsy Cemetery, Perry:
WILSON, James, Pvt., Army, Conf

Green Pond Cemetery, Pearl:
DAVIS, John W., , Army, Conf., d. 5 May 1901

Hunter Cemetery, Nebo:
GREEN, William, , Army, Conf., d. 29 Jan 1937, L 69, Old Sec., PHS

Pittsfield Cemetery, Pittsfield:
HAYES, James M., Pvt., Army, Conf., d 25 Apr 1923, G S 1/2 , L 10, Block - Gays
SEDBERRY, John S., Pvt., Co. H, 10th TX Infantry, Co. C, 15th TX Infantry, CSA, b. 1844 (TN), d. 25 Apr 1902, L 154
THOMPSON, Wm. H., Pvt., "Forrest's Cavalry, CSA", b. 19 Oct 1846 (VA), d. 30 May 1927, Mausoleum

Wilson & Babtis Cemetery, Perry:
MERCER, A., Pvt., Co. G, 5th VA Infantry (?), CSA

Unknown Cemetery, Pike Co.:
ADAMS, John Quincy, Pvt., Army, Conf., b. 1849, (probably MO unit)

Unknown Cemetery, Detroit Twp.: (probably Blue River Cemetery - 1mile south of Detroit)
NEELEY, George M., Pvt. Co. I, 2nd TX Cavalry, CSA, b. 1 Mar 1839 (IL), d. 1 Aug 1869


Concord Church Cemetery, T11S, R 7E, Sec. 30
HALL, Seaborn Jasper, Cpl., Co. H & L, 35th TN Infantry (5th TN Regt. Provisional Army, Mountain Rifle Regt.), CSA, b. 30 May 1835 (TN), d. 27 Jun 1898
BILLINGTON, Hardy, 1Lt., Co. I, 18th TX Cavalry, CSA, b. 6 Sep 1823 (TN), d. 3 Nov 1895

Dutton Chapel Cemetery (Floyd Cemetery), Lusk:
RAMSEY, James Ashbury ("Berry"), Pvt., Co. L, 35th TN Infantry (5th TN Regt. Provisional Army, Mountain Rifle Regt.), CSA, b. 14 Jun 1846 (TN), d. Oct. 11, 1914

New Liberty Church Cemetery, T11S, R6E, Sec 22:
WILEY, William, Co. G, Co. L, 35th TN Infantry, 5th TN Regt. Provisional Army, Mountain Rifle Regt., CSA,b. 29 Mar 1839 (TN), d. 28 Jun 1863

Old Zion Cemetery, T11S, R 5E, Sec 30,
CARNEY, Clayton, Pvt., 29th TN Infantry Reg., CSA, d. 18 Sep 1927

Unknown Cemetery, Pope Co.:
RANDOLPH, Samuel Richard, Pvt., Co. H, 45th NC Infantry, CSA, b. 23 Jan 1824 (TN), d. 27 Dec 1876 (Enlisted at Wake Co., NC 1 Sep 1862 at age 27. He listed his place of residence as Rockingham Co., NC.
He was listed as having deserted 26 Feb 1865.)

Unknown Cemetery, Waltersburg:
WILLIAMSON, Thomas P., Pvt., Co. B, 1st TN Infantry (Turney's), CSA, b. 14 Dec 1826 (TN), d. 8 Jan 1892 (Pvt. Enl. 29 Apr 61 at Winchester, aged 18; present to Nov & Dec 61) (If true, then DOB above not correct)

* Unknown Cemetery, Temple Hill:
* GREGORY, William T., Pvt., Co. F/G, 44th TN Infantry(Consolidated), CSA, b. Dec 1844 (TN), d. 22 Feb 1916


Concord Cemetery, 3 miles northwest of Olmsted:
GORE, Louis (Lewis) A., Pvt., Co I, 7th KY Mounted Infantry, CSA, b. 1848 (LA), d. 8 Jun 1924
(Have not yet confirmed for certain this is the correct Louis Gore.)

Smith Cemetery, Villa Ridge:
SMITH, Thomas, CSA, b. SC, d. 4 Jan 1863
(Supposedly died in the Civil War. Still searching for info)

Mound City National Cemetery, Mound City, IL: See a separate list of 45 Confederate soldiers buried there.
There are over 2,000 Unknown Confederates soldiers buried at the Mound City National Cemetery.)

Spencer Heights Cemetery, Mounds:
MCNEILL, Francis Marion "Dud", Pvt., Co. C, 8th KY Mounted Infantry, CSA, b. 14 Jun 1847 (KY), d. 6 Feb 1920

St. John's Cemetery, Mound City:
YOUNGER, Charles, Pvt., Co. D, 3rd KY Mounted Infantry, b. ? , d. 6 Apr 1864

Ullin II Cemetery, Ullin:
BRITT, Daniel J., Pvt., Co. K, 32nd Arkansas Infantry Regiment, CSA, b. 1836 (NC), d. after 1887- before 1916 (It is yet unconfirmed that this is the correct cemetery. His son Rubin Britt is buried here.)

Unknown Cemetery, at or near Ullin:
BURD, John Henry, Pvt., Co. E & H, 12th KY Cavalry, CSA, b. 1839 (KY), d. 3 Jan 1883

PUTNAM COUNTY: none found


Coulterville Cemetery, Coulterville:
CARROLL, William, Sgt., AL CSA, b. ? , d. ?
CHEATWOOD, Alexander D., Pvt., Co. H. 10th AL Infantry, CSA, b. 27 Sep 1833 (VA), d. 1 Feb 1904, L 6, B 2, Sec. 1, PHS (The cemetery record shows an Alex D. Cheatwood d. 1 Feb 1904 age 71 yrs.)
DOBSON, Washington N., Conf., b. 4 Jan 1833 (VA), d. 29 Apr 1899, (age 66 yr, 3 mo, 25 da. Wife Elizabeth) North Block, GHS (Was Black)
(I believe he was in CSA Infantry before he was captured and galvanized to Union Navy)
DUFFIE, William, , Army, Conf., b. 1840, 1923
HARBEN, William, , Army, Conf.,
THOMPSON, Stevenson, Pvt., Army, Conf, b. 29 Apr 1828 d. 19 Nov 1900, (age 72 y, 6 m, 20 d) G F, L 1, B 11, Sec 12 (Cemetery Record says Stephen R. Thompson)
WHITE, James Dickey, Pvt., (probably TN or MO Army), Conf., b. 5 Jan 1836 (IL), d. 27 May 1876, G 5, L 5, Sec 7

Evergreen Cemetery, Chester:
ALLEN, William Bert, Pvt., (Probably) 5th MO Cavalry, CSA, b. 1839 (MO), d. 20 Aug 1920, G F, L 1, B 11, Sec 12 HYLTON, Maston Bottom, Pvt./Cpl.., Co. A., 24th VA Infantry & Co. E, 25th VA Cavalry, CSA, b. 10 may 1837 (VA), d. 27 Feb 1906, G 1, L 1, B 6, S 2, GHS

New City Cemetery, Red Bud:
GUKER, Frederick D., 1st Cpl., Co. A, Chalmette Regt. LA Militia, CSA, b. 15 Apr 1840 (IL), d. 20 Aug. 1920, G 5, L 1, B 9, Sec 8, PHS (wife Mary M., 12 Jan 1849 - 26 Sep 1934) (On Booth's Roster of LA Confed. Soldiers, he is shown as Gucker, Fred.)

Pleasant Ridge Cemetery, Rockwood, Randolph Co.:
MOORE, Sidney Smith, Pvt., Co. A & K, 4th TN Cavalry, CSA, b. 17 Jan 1837 (KY), d. 6 Jan 1922 (Wife - Sarah)

St. Mark's Cemetery, Steeleville:
QUALLS, Samuel L., possibly Pvt., Co. F, 64th VA Mounted Infantry, CSA, b. 22 Nov 1841 (NC), d. 26 Jul 1931, (Wife - Jane)


Blain Cemetery, Olney:
BLAIN, Daniel Jones, Pvt., Co. F, Waul's TX Legion, CSA, b. 20 Jun 1834 (KY), d. 6 Mar 1869, PHS

Ebeneezer Cemetery, Olney:
MARLOW, Green A., Pvt., Co. B, 34th GA Infantry, CSA, b. 9 May 1835 (IN), d. 7 Jul 1910, PHS

Haven Hill Cemetery, Olney:
COMPTON, James F., Sgt., Co. I, 6th KY Mounted Infantry, CSA, b. Dec 1842 (KY), d. 26 Dec 1926, L 1510, Sec N, PHS

Noble Cemetery, Noble:
BROWN, James Madison, Pvt., 21st Battalion VA Confederate Volunteers, then 64th VA Infantry Regiment, CSA, b. 11 Sep 1850 (VA), d. 3 May 1922, PHS


Rock Island Prison, Moline, IL:
Separate listing of about 2200 Confederate soldiers who died at Rock Island Prison. (Mr. Gale Red - Co-Ordinator -

* Coal Valley Cemetery, Coal Valley:
ADAMS, William J., Pvt., Co. K., 43rd TN Volunteers Infantry, CSA, b. 2 Feb 1838 (England), d. 22 Nov 1912 (Coal Valley) (According to his bio., he supposedly deserted and took his family to northern IL to live


* College Hill Cemetery, Lebanon:
* BROWN, John (real name JACOB BRUHL), Pvt., Co. I, 9th LA Infantry, CSA, b. Oct 1844 (LA), d. 1912

Marissa Cemetery, Marissa:
ARNOLD, Joseph Frank, Pvt., Army, Conf., b. 6 Mar 1845 (KY), d. 21 Oct 1934, G 3, L 835, East Add, PHS(prob. TN Infantry)
BARCAS, Jonathan, Capt., Army, Conf.,
COLLINS, Henry, Pvt., Army, Conf. (Probably the 63rd TN Inf. (Fain's Regt. 74th TN Inf.), b. Nov 1839 (TN), d. 28 Dec 1913, G 1, L 392, South Add, PHS (Died age 74, suicide by hanging)
COLLOM, Richard N., 1 Sgt., Co. D, 63rd Regt TN Infantry (Fain's Regt., 74th TN Infantry), CSA,b. 21 Aug 1839 (TN), d. 28 Aug 1921, G 3, L 202, Orig., PHS (farmer, died of heart problems)
ISGRIGG, Wm. J., Pvt., Co. B, 8th BN., MO Infantry, CSA, b. 8 Nov 1841, d. 2 Jul 1926, G 4, L 614, S 6, PHS (The roster shows his MI as H not J.)

Mt. Hope Cemetery, East St. Louis:
BELL, Ninian Oliver, CSA, Pvt., Co. E, 8th KY Cavalry, CSA, b. 15 Apr 1847 (KY), d. May 31, 1940

Walnut Hill Cemetery, Belleville:
ANDERSON, Henry Duval, Pvt., Co. E, 10th MO Infantry, CSA, b. 12 Jan 1843 (KY), d. 27 Dec 1910 (Great Grandson Joe Anderson says name was Hiram)


Big Ridge Cemetery, Big Ridge Twp.:
DAVIS, Thomas Jefferson, Corporal, Co. I, 5th (McKenzie's) TN Cavalry, CSA, b. 16 Jan 1845 (TN), d. 3 Jul 1923
FOSTER, James Keener, Pvt., Co. F., 11th TN Cavalry, b. 11 Oct 1842 (TN), d. 3 Nov 1887 (It appears likely that he was in the Union Army, not CSA)

Scott Cemetery, Salem Community ( ?): (This could possibly be in Franklin Co. or even Wayne Co.)
WISE, John B., Pvt. Co. C, 2nd MS Infantry Regt., (Gen. Bee's Brigade, Heath Division, AP Hill's Confederate Army, b. 1838, d. Jan 1929


Camp Butler National Cemetery, Springfield, IL:
Separate list for 859 Confederate soldiers who died as POWs at Camp Butler. There are obviously several more in unmarked graves that have not been identified.

Divernon Cemetery, Divernon:
HARRIS, John Henry, Pvt., Co. D, 7th Battalion of VA State Reserves of Botetourt Co, VA, b. 1842-5, d. 14 Dec 1915
(Possibly also in Co. C, 20th Battalion of VA Heavy Artillery, CSA with brother M.B. Harris.)

Fancy Creek Cemetery, near Cantrall: (From Rte. 124, turn east on 10N and drive for approximately 1/4 mile. This cemetery, situated east of Cantrall)
BARBER, Andrew Jackson, Pvt. Co. A, 6th VA Cavalry, CSA, b. 5 Oct 1836 (VA), d. 26 May 1902 (According to family, he entered service as a Private with the 44th VA Militia before being mustered into CS service. One account says that he was friends with Jackson and was appointed a Maj. with the purchasing agent in Commissary Dept. for Stonewall Jackson, but that has not been verified yet.)

Kern Cemetery, Sherman:
COLLINS, James R., Pvt., probably Capt. French's Co. Virginia L. Artillery. (McComas Battery Light Artillery. Giles Light Artillery), CSA, Conf., b. 1847 (VA), d. 8 Jan 1913
PETERS, - , , Army, Conf., b. ?, d. ?(Probably James Peters, b. 1825 KY)

Mechanicsburg Cemetery, Mechanicsburg:
BROADDUS, Sidney Clay, Pvt., 7th KY Cavalry, CSA, b. 26 Feb 1833 (KY), d. 21 Sep 1919, Lot A-25. (died in Buffalo)
JAMES, Joseph Mortimer, probably VA unit, Army, Conf., b. Sept. 1844 (VA), d. 8 Jan 1913 (Was living in Rochester in 1910) (Death record shows that he died 24 Nov 1920, cert.# 0043120)

Oak Hill Cemetery, Buckhart:
UNKNOWN SOLDIER, Army, Conf., b. ?, d. ? , Old Sec. (Per 1929 HR)

Pleasant Plains Cemetery, Pleasant Plains, IL: (possibly one or more others buried here per Sexton)
ELLIOTT, Francis W., Sgt., Co. I, 10th VA Infantry, CSA, b. 1841 (VA), d. 1895

Rochester Cemetery, Rochester:
DANIELS, Benjamin Franklin, 4th Cpl., Co. B & H, 2nd VA Infantry, CSA, b. 1831 (VA), d. 19 Mar 1907 (There is also a listing as a Corporal in Co. F, 1st VA Cavalry)

Sangamon County Home Cemetery, Buffalo, Mechanicsburg Twp.:
STACKS, William Thomas, possibly Pvt., Co. C, 4th SC Infantry, CSA, b. 1836, d. 1 May 1934, G#374 (per 1929 HR?)

Sulphur Spring Cemetery, Loami Twp. (1/2 mile so. Of Loami):
STANTON, Benjamin, Pvt., Co. B, 4th (Murray's) TN Cavalry, then Pvt., Co. H, 22nd Battalion TN Infantry, CSA, b. 4 Mar 1838 (TN), d. 26 Jan 1908
STANTON, Jesse Longstreet, Pvt., Co. D., 4th (Murray's) TN Cavalry, then Co. D, 25th TN Infantry, CSA, b. 1850 (TN), d. ?
HEWETT, Harvey, Pvt., Co. G., 60th VA Infantry, CSA, b.1841 (VA), d. 9 Apr 1933 (The cemetery record shows he served in the 5th VA cavalry, CSA)
HOLLOWAY, Jackson, Pvt., Co. F, 9th AL Cavalry (Malone's), CSA, b. ?, d. before 1916 (The cemetery records show he fought with the TN Regular Army, CSA) (Maybe Andrew Jackson Holloway, b. 1837 (TN))

Wimmer Cemetery, Auburn:
HARRIS, Martin B., Pvt., 9th Battery, Co. C, 20th Battalion VA Heavy Artillery, CSA, b. Mar 5, 1839 (VA), d. Apr 3, 1889
MERRILL, George Washington, Pvt., Co. B, 22 VA Infantry (1st Kanawha Regiment), CSA, b. 30 Jul 1838 (VA), d. Oct 2, 1902 (Was previously believed to have served in 9th Battery of Co. C, 20th Battalion of Heavy Artillery, Virginia, CSA )
RUCKER, George Anthony, Pvt., Co. A, Wade's Regiment of VA Local Defense, (possibly also in Co. D, 24th VA Infantry), CSA, b. a. 1822(VA), d. 1890 (father-in-law of Marin Baker Harris)

* Wolf Creek Cemetery, (NE/NW 34 17N 04W) 11 miles north of Springfield:
* WHEELER, James David, Pvt., Co. B, 52nd VA Infantry, CSA, b. 16 Oct 1843 (VA), d. 15 May 1916 at Taylorville, Christian Co.

Wood Wreath Cemetery, New Berlin:
CLARK, Horace Oscar, , Army, Conf., b. ? , d. 11 Jan 1916 (New Berlin), lot 76, block 5, (Death cert. #0034111)

Unknown Cemetery, possibly in Springfield:
MANN, Samuel A., Pvt./Bugler, Capt. Lowery's Battery, Col. King's Battalion of VA Artillery, CSA, b. 15 May 1837 (VA), d. between 1912-16 (Lived in Springfield)
HART, George W., Pvt., TN CSA Inf. & Home Guard, then Sgt., Co. H, 62nd Mounted Infantry (Rowan's Regiment 80th TN Infantry), CSA, b. 20 Apr. 1841 (TN), d. 5 Mar 1926 (Lived in Springfield from 1866 until his death)

Unknown Cemetery
HILL, James A., Pvt. Co. G, 3rd Arkansas Infantry, CSA, b. 8 May 1838 (IL), d. ?(Not listed with any 3rd Arkansas unit in CWSS or database)

Unknown Cemetery, (Mt. Auburn) probably Auburn:
NANCE, James L., 2 Lt., Co. D, 27th TX Cavalry, CSA,


All Order German Baptist Cemetery, Browning:
NOE, William Sterling, Corp., Co. H, 60th TN Mounted Infantry (Crawford's Regiment 79th TN Infantry), CSA,b. 1844 (TN), d. 22 Apr 1932

Bader Cemetery, Brown Twp.:
BLANKENSHIP, John Strange, MD, served as assistant surgeon in Gen. Sterling Price's Army in MO, CSA, b. 1825 (IN), d. 1 Dec 1896,
SCHULTZ, William H., Cpl., Co. G, 1st MO Cavalry, CSA, b. 11 Feb 1828, d. 25 Jun 1872
SCHULTZ, George Reuben, Pvt., 2nd MO Cavalry, CSA, b. 18 Jul 1840, d. 16 Oct 1915

Browning Cemetery, Browning:
ALLEN, Robert, Pvt., Co. A, 5th MO Cavalry, CSA, b. 1843 (OH), d. 28 Jan 1927, L 45, Sec 8, -

Huntsville Cedar Cemetery, Huntsville:
SHANKLE, Willis, Pvt., Co. E, 52nd NC Infantry, CSA, b. Dec 1824 (NC), d. 7 Jun 1889,

Messerer Cemetery, Frederick:
BEATY, John Samuel, Pvt., Co. H, 9th (Young's) TX Infantry, CSA, b. 1842 (KY), d. 14 Sep 1883

Persinger Cemetery, Bainbridge Twp.:
JOHNSON, Lewis, Pvt., VA CSA, b. 15 May 1838 (VA), d. 28 Dec 1912


Adams Hill Cemetery (Barnett Cemetery), Glasgow:
BARNETT, Hardin Greene, Pvt., (prob. KY CSA), b. 12 Apr 1837 (KY), d. 28 Mar 1896 (per 1929 HR)

Carlton Cemetery, Winchester: (2.5 miles NW of Alsey)
SMITH, James T., Corporal, Co. A, 1st Battalion NC Sharpshooters, Co. B, 21st NC Infantry, CSA., b. 8 Jul 1837 (NC), d. 5 Jan 1897 (wife Rebecca C.)

Exeter Oak Lawn Cemetery (Old Exter Cemetery), Exeter:
MORRIS, Daniel S., Pvt., Co. B. Wood's Regiment, MO Cavalry, CSA, b. 1847 (MO), d. 19 Apr 1926 (The census records show his M.I. as "D" versus "S")
STOVER, John W., CSA, b. Dec 1827 (MD), d. 28 Jan 1916 (Was neighbor to Daniel D. Morris in Exeter in 1900 census & another record says he served in Union Army, but may have been in VA Cavalry, CSA)

Graham Cemetery, Oxville:
MCGINNIS, Owen, Pvt., Army, CSA, d. 1864 (per 1929 HR)
NELSON, Harry B., Pvt., Co. E, 8th KY Cavalry, CSA, b. ? , d. 17 Oct 1919 (The 1910 census shows him born 1856 in NY, so he may have been a Spanish American War veteran and not CW)

Naples Cemetery, Naples:
BINGE, Thomas, Pvt., Co. A, 1st (Strawbridge's) LA Infantry, CSA, b. 15 May 1834 (England), d. 23 Jun 1899 (He was conscripted by CSA, deserted and served with UNION)


Meyers/Burrus Cemetery, Herrick:
BERRYMAN, William Anderson, Sgt., Co. E, 12th VA Cavalry, CSA, b.15 Jun 1834 (VA), d. 1893
BUCHANAN, Samuel Wiley, Jr., Pvt., Co. H, 37th VA Infantry, CSA, b. 15 Nov 1844 (VA), d. 6 Jan 1900, G 2, L 83
HUNTSMAN, Henry J., Pvt., Co. F, 6th MO Infantry/ C. D, 3rd Battalion MO Infantry, CSA

Mud Run Cemetery, Dry Point Twp:
DAVLIN, Irvin Pierce, Pvt., 4th LA Cavalry, CSA, b. 4 Dec 1841 (AR), d. 7 May 1918 (Captured, deserted and took oath Jun. 1864)

Price Cemetery, Oconee:
HILLIARD, John W., Pvt., 2nd Arkansas Mounted Rifles, CSA, b. 4 Mar 1842 (TN), d. 29 Apr 1922

Ridge Cemetery, Tower Hill, Cold Spring Twp.:
BARDEN, John, Pvt., Co. A, 12th MS Infantry, CSA, b. May 1835 (England), d. Nov 1908, G 26

Stewardson Cemetery, Stewardson:
BUTCHER, James T., Pvt., Co. D., 57th Virginia Infantry, CSA, b. 1835 (VA), d. 16 Mar 1911, G 3, L 7, B 12 (unit per Broadfoot)


Elmira Cemetery, Toulon:
TOMLINSON, Alexander Robinson, Pvt., Co. G, 50th VA Infantry, CSA, b. 3 Jul 1844 (VA), d. 1 May 1927, G 2, L 8 (He was also a Sgt. In companies E & I, 63rd VA Infantry and 1 Sgt. In Co. A, 54th Battalion VA Infantry.)

Osceola Cemetery, Oscela:
FARMER, David, Pvt., CSA, b. 1834 (VA), d. 1913, L 2, Center, New Addition (Section 11, Grave B-44) (If he was David C. Farmer, then he was a Pvt., Co. C, 45th VA Infantry, CSA. Still need to verify M.I.)

Toulon Cemetery, Toulon:
BIGGS, Joseph R., Pvt., Co. G, 1st & 4th Consolidated MO Infantry, CSA, b. ? d. 1 Apr 1887 (I thought he was in Co. G, 49th VA Infantry, CSA)
SINGREY, John L, 3rd Sgt., Co. H, 6th LA Infantry, CSA, b. 1833 (OH), d. 1 Apr 1891


Lena Burial Park, Lena:
STEUER, Charles Sr., Pvt., Co. B, 20th LA Infantry, CSA, b 1842 (Germany), d. 26 Dec 1914, L 33, B 5, PHS (His given name in German was probably Karl.)

Unknown Cemetery, (possibly Freeport):
SALLADEE,-------, CSA, d. 6 Sep 1894
(There was only one Saladee listed and he was in Ohio Infantry, Union Army)


Mt. Hope Cemetery, Tremont:
GIFFIN, Edward R., Pvt., Co. F, 18th VA Cavalry, then 18th VA Cavalry, CSA, b. 8 Oct 1842 (VA), d. 7 May 1916, L 1, B 2, Add N, PHS (died in Mackinaw)

Prairie Rest Cemetery (Davidson Farm Cemetery), Delavan:
JACKSON, Henderson S., Pvt., Army, Conf., b. 1840 (NC), d. 10 Apr 1915, L 21, Block B, Orig. Section, PHS (The actual year of birth may be off a year or so.)


Alto Pass Cemetery, Alto Pass:
PARRIS, Samuel Webster "Pete", KY, CSA, b. 1844 (NC), d. 22 Jan 1922, PHS (Possibly, Lt. CS Gen. & Staff)

American Legion Cemetery, Dongola:
FARRAR, George L. Pvt., Co. C, 5th TN Infantry Regt., CSA, b. 1836, d. 1894

Anna City Cemetery, Anna:
ALDRIDGE, T.J., , Army, Conf., - (poss. Co. I, 12th VA Infantry or Co. H, 9th VA Infantry, CSA)
BILES, John Crawford, Pvt., Co. E, 2nd NC Junior Reserves, CSA, b. 3 Aug 1847(NC), d. 1 Aug 1934, B 189, PHS
CARLILE, Robert W., Pvt., 3rd MS Infantry Regt., CSA, b. 1835 (MS), d. 24 Mar 1904, G 1, B 127, S 2, PHS
CHILDERS, J. W., . Army, Conf., (Probably from TN)
COLEMAN, Parmenis M., Pvt., Army, Conf., - (either AL or TN)
ENGLISH, Christopher Columbus, Pvt., Cos. F, K, & B, 8th MO Cavalry, CSA, b. 8 Aug 1843 (TN), d. 30 Dec 1920
PARK, John, , Army, Conf., d. 17 Nov 1908,
PELLEY, Joseph, Pvt., Co. H, 25th NC Infantry, CSA, b. 1839 (Ireland), 17 Jun 1898, G 1, L 201, S 1, PHS
ROBINSON, Lee, , Army, Conf., poss. B. 1833 (TN)
RUSSELL, Isaac W., Pvt., Co. E., 18th TN Infantry, CSA, b. 1831 (TN), d. ?(maybe died 22 Dec 1949, but that could have been his son)

Anna State Hospital Cemetery, Anna:
HOLLIDAY, William Carroll, Musician, Co. G, 5th TN Infantry, CSA, b. Dec. 1844 (TN), d. 27 Jan 1920 (Also shown as Halliday)

Cobden Cemetery, Cobden:
DILLINGER, William C., Pvt., Co. E, 12th NC Infantry, CSA, b. 1837 (NC), d. ?, L 26, S 1, -
GRIFFITH, John, Pvt., TN Infantry, CSA., b. 8 Aug 1841 (TN), d. 16 Dec 1917, L 30, B 4

John Rich Cemetery, (adjacent to & on east side of 51 due east of Cobden):
KERR, John Wesley, Pvt., Co. G, 12th AL Infantry, CSA, b. 15 Feb 1838 (AL), d. 21 Jan 1879 (unmarked grave)

Jonesboro Cemetery, Jonesboro:
CASH, John C., , Army, Conf., b. 1845 (IL), d. 10 Jul 1928 (poss.- Sgt., Co. D, 25th Texas Cavalry, or a TN or KY unit CSA)
COZBY, Thomas C., Pvt., Army, Conf., b. 10 Dec 1849 (MS), b. 7 Dec 1836, d.14 Sep 1930, G 1, S 7
ENGLISH, Joel Robert, Sgt., Cos. D/K/B, 8th MO Cavalry, CSA, b. 7 Dec 1836, d. 6 Mar 1922, G 1
HINSELY, James Madison, Pvt., AR CSA, b. (TN), b. 27 Jan 1827 (IL), d. 13 Mar 1870

Morgan Cemetery, Jonesboro:
HINESLY, James Madison, Pvt., AR, CSA, b. 10 Jan 1827 (TN), d. 13 Mar 1870 (unmarked grave)

St. John's Lutheran Cemetery, Jonesboro:
AVETT, William Pinckney, Pvt., Co. E, 27th TN Infantry, and Co. I, 1st (Field's) TN Infantry, CSA, b. 1 Oct 1841 (NC), d. 30 Jun 1928 (East St. Louis, IL), G 2, L 11, B A, S 1
BARNHART, Jacob Wiley, Pvt., Co. D, 34th NC Infantry Regt., CSA, b. 15 Dec 1840 (NC), d. 1 Dec 1904
LYERLY. Caleb Monroe, Pvt. Co. D, 4th NC Senior Reserves, CSA, b. 17 Jul 1820 (NC), d. 21 May 1884

Unknown Cemetery, Dongola:
FITE, Samuel Jacob, Pvt., Co. E., 5th NC Infantry, CSA, b. Sep 1840, d. before 1900

Unknown Cemetery, poss. In Preston Precinct:
MARTIN, William R., (poss.) Lt., Co. H., 21st NC Infantry, CSA, b. 1823 (NC), d. before 1916

Unknown Cemetery, Union Precinct or Jonesboro:
BATSON, John H., Pvt., Co. D, 18th TN Infantry, CSA, b. 1843 (TN), d. ?
CARTER, Granville, Pvt., (prob.) Co. A, 11th Infantry Regiment [also called 2nd Regiment], formerly Burns' 8th Regiment, CSA, b. 1820 (TN), d. ? (after 1880)
EUDY, Jacob, Pvt., Co. K, 28th NC Infantry, CSA, b. 1822 (NC), d. 1880 + (He was shown in 1880 Vergennes, Jackson Co., IL census with new wife Sarah Ann Elliott who he married in Union Co. on 6 Mar 1872, but family group sheet says he died in or near Jonesboro, Union Co.)
GRAVES, U.S. (Uriah), Pvt., Co. A, 3rd MO Cavalry, b. 1843 (MO), d. ?
HATFIELD, Joseph, Pvt., Co. G., 3rd Battalion MS Infantry, CSA, b. 1840 (MS), d. ?
JACO, Andrew, Pvt., Co. D. 7th TN Infantry, CSA, b. 1832 (TN), d. 20 Jun 1883 (This is assuming his middle name was Jackson. If it was Douglas as provided by one source, then he did not serve. The name is found spelled Jacco also in the County.)
LYLES. William A., Pvt. Co. B, Preston's Battalion, MO Cavalry, CSA, b. 1840 (GA), d. ?
MCKINNEY, John H., Pvt. Co. G, 34th VA Infantry, CSA, b. 1827 (VA), d. ?
PRICE, Gideon, (prob.) Pvt., Co. B, 12th KY Cavalry, CSA, b. 1829 (KY), d. ?
SWAIN, Issac Newton. Pvt., Co. K, 7th KY Mounted Infantry, CSA, b. 1845 (KY), d. ? (This is not yet proven, but is assumed. He was present in 1881 in Williard's Landing and shown as a physician.)

Unknown Cemetery, probably near South Pass:
KERR, John F., Private, Co. G, 12th AL Infantry, CSA, b. a. 1844 (AL), d. ?

Unknown Cemetery, Rd. Dist #5:
HOLSHOUSER, Lawson, Pvt., Co. B, 46th NC Infantry, CSA, b. 1851 (NC), d.11 Apr 1925

Unknown Cemetery, in Ridge Precinct:
SKIMLAND, Elias R., Pvt., Co. E, McCord's Frontier Cavalry, CSA, b. 1832 (Norway), d. 1884
(Shown in 1870 census as Skunlan. ) [NOTE from family researcher Randy Schroder, He was born in Moster, Norway in May 1833. His birth name was Elias Reinertsen Skimmeland. The "Skimmeland" was shortened to "Skimland" when he moved to the U.S. from Norway. His brother's name was Canute Skimmeland]


Bock Cemetery, Georgetown:
BRYANT, Kenneth, , Army, Conf., d. Feb 1897, - (prob. TN) (Cannot find in Federal Census, need to check state/county records)

Georgetown Cemetery, Georgetown:
PAXTON, Columbus F., VA, CSA (unit unknown)., b. Aug 1842 (VA), d. 1911, L 176, S H, PHS

Greenview Cemetery, Fairmont:
SIMPSON, John William Charles, Sgt., Co. D. 14th VA Infantry, Jenkins Brigade, CSA, b. 22 Apr 1835 (VA), d. 18 Dec 1918 (IN), L 9, B 2, Orig. Sec., PHS

Oakhill Cemetery, Danville:
RUFUS, James, Capt., b. 11 Jun 1847 (NC), d. 3 Sep. 1928, Army, Conf. (maybe name could be Rufus James vs. James Rufus)

Songer Cemetery, Tilton:
TRAVIS, Henry Clay, Pvt., Co. K. 6th Regt. KY Infantry, CSA, b. 10 Jun 1844 (KY), d. 24 Dec 1926

Woodlawn Cemetery, Indianola:
GRIMES, John H., , Army, Conf., b. 1842, d. 2 Mar 1889, L 37, B 3, Sec. W, PHS (Cannot find in federal census records)

Unknown cemetery, ?:
(DURBIN, John C., Pvt., Co. H, 24th Regt. IA Infantry, US, b. 1845 (VA), d. 29 Apr 1903, sec. 1, row 11) (His grave marker says Confederate, but he served in the Union Army, not CSA)
WHITLOCK, Miles H., Pvt., Co. C, 4th VA Infantry Regiment, CSA, b. (VA), d. May 1911
(per 1929 HR- no confirmation from other sources yet)

WABASH COUNTY: none found


Alexis Cemetery, ? :
MCCALL, James R., Pvt. Co. F, 9th NC Cavalry, CSA, per 1929 Roll of Honor

Holeman /Olive Cemetery, Greenbush Twp."
KINGSTON, George F., Pvt., Co. K, Thomas' Legion NC Infantry Regiment, b. 14 Nov 1837 (NC), d. 28 Mar 1891
(Unit of service as provided by cemetery record, but cannot verify with Broadfoot or CWSS.)

Monmouth Cemetery, Monmouth:
BOWLES, John J., Lt., Co. A, 10th MO Infantry, CSA, b. 14 Sep 1839 (MO), d. 29 Sep 1898, S-OP, B-9, L-43
HAYES, Samuel P., Pvt., 10th TN BN, CSA, b. 1838 (TN), d. , S-O, B-4, L-34 (recheck)
HOUSTON, Walter D., Capt. Hart's Company Horse Artillery (Washington's Arty), SC Vols.,CSA., b. 1846 (VA), d. 27 Feb 1896, , B 5, L 79, Sec. OP 81
STANLEY, C., , Army, Conf., b. , d. 6 Nov 1869, Sec. OP, B 6, L 21, (recheck)
WALLACE, George, Pvt., Co. C, 14th TN Consolidated Infantry, CSA, b. , d. , S-OP, B-4, L-37,


Greenwood Cemetery, Nashville:
MITCHEL, Samuel, Pvt., Army, Conf. under Gen. Johnson, d. 22 Feb 1917, L 29, B 7 (no census data)

Masonic Cemetery, Nashville:
BENNETT, George B., 5th Sgt., Co. E, 4th Battalion LA Infantry, CSA, b. ? , d. 1887, B 16, L 5 (no census data)
GABBERT, James, , Army, Conf., , L 29, B 7, - (prob. KY or AL) (no census data) (check James Ira Gabbert, b. 1833, m. 1854 MO,
RICKMAN, Joshua N., Pvt., Co. A, 9th KY Mounted Infantry, CSA, b. 20 May 1833 (TN), d. 22 Nov 1907, L 11, B 23


(Dunkard Cemetery) Martin Creek Cemetery , Geff:
MAUCK, David, Pvt. Co. I, 58th VA Militia, CSA, b. 20 Dec 1841 (VA), d. 30 Sep 1921

Maple Hill Cemetery, Fairfield:
NEWMAN, Jonathan M. (maybe N)(John), Sgt., Co. F, 22nd VA Infantry, CSA, b. Apr 1842 (VA), d. 1918 PHS

Jacob Chapel Cemetery, Orchardville, Orchard Twp.:
DRAKE, William Bennett, Private, Co. E, Newsome's Cavalry, 19th Regiment, TN, CSA (also served as a Private in Co. H, 42nd Illinois Cavalry, Union), b. 24 Apr 1832 (NC), d. 7 Nov 1910

Powers Cemetery (Pleasant Mound Cemetery), Garden Hill Twp.:
DEAN, James N., Corporal, Co. K, 3rd VA Cavalry, CSA, b.1851 (OH), 11 Mar 1928 (Though his tombstone says the above, I believe he was also in Co. A, 58th VA Militia like David Mauck)


Bethel Cemetery, Phillips Twp. Sec 12, Crossville:
SHELTON, James T., Pvt., 22nd TN Cavalry, CSA, b. 7 Apr 1844 (NC), d. 2 Jun 1889, PHS

Big Prairie Cemetery, Carmi:
CROUSE, Fernandress (Fernandus), Pvt., Co. L, 1st TN Light Artillery, US, b. 1848, d. 1901, GHS (all other Crouses were Confederate, perhaps he took the oath)
MCCARTY, William T., Pvt., Co. D, 1st Battalion KY Mounted Rifles, CSA, b. 24 Jun 1845 (KY), d. 25 Oct 1910, L 17, B 2, PHS
WHITE, John. W., Pvt., Bell's Mountain Howitzers Kentucky Volunteers, CSA, b. 5 Dec 1840, d. 16 Jun 1927, GHS

Burnt Prairie Cemetery, Burnt Prairie:
PUCKETT, R. Hartwell, , prob. KY CSA, b. 1847 (IL), d. 13 May 1937

Centerville Cemetery, Centerville:
STILLS, James Franklin, Pvt., Co. B, 60 TN Mounted Infantry (Crawford's Regiment, 79th TN Inf., CSA, b. 15 Mar 1838 (TN), d. 17 Aug 1925, GHS

Maple Ridge Cemetery, Carmi:
GRISSOM, Isaac, Pvt., Capt. G.W. Maxson's Co. Sappers and Miners, TN CSA, b. 7 Jul 1847 (TN), d. 15 Sep 1917

Morgan Cemetery, Jonesboro, IL:
MADISON, James, Sgt., 1st (Colquitt's) Arkansas Infantry, CSA, b. 10 Jan 1827 (TN), d. 13 Mar 1870 (unmarked grave)

Union Ridge Cemetery, Heralds Prairie Sec 15-12:
DALE, William S., Pvt., Marble City Guards, Co D., Brown's Battalion, 6th Missouri Infantry, Confederate Navy -Gunboat Arkansas, b. 24 Oct 1840 (IL), d. 28 Jan 1916, GHS
FORD, James, 2nd Lt. Co. C, 9th KY Infantry, CSA, b. 22 Aug 1823 (KY), d. 6 May 1875
SILAS, , Army, Conf. (not listed in County veterans listing)
WILLIAMS, William Calvin, Pvt., Co. Co. A, 47th TN Infantry, CSA, b. 2 Oct 1846 (TN), d. 4 Mar 1921

Unknown Cemetery, White Co.:
MCMURTRY, John W., Pvt., Co. F, 30th TN Infantry, CSA, b. 1835 (TN), d. after 1890 in White Co., IL
BOLLING, David, Pvt., Co. H, 3rd Arkansas Cavalry, CSA, b.a. 1828/9 (AL), d. between 1900-10 probably in Carmi
IVEY, David M., Pvt., 20th Battalion AL Light Artillery, CSA, b. 19 Dec 1846 (AL), d. bef. 1900 probably in Carmi
CADEN, James, Pvt., Co. K, 38th TN Infantry, CSA, b, Apr 1847, d. betw. 1900-10 Carmi


Erie Cemetery, Erie Twp.:
HERRING, John, CSA, b. 1845, d. 12 Dec 1890

IOOF Cemetery, Rock Falls:
LAWSON, Andrew Jackson, Pvt., Co. C, 28th TN Infantry, CSA, b. 28 Sep 1845,d. 26 Nov 1912
LAWSON, William Turner, Pvt., Co. C, 28th TN Infantry, CSA, b. 1835 (TN), d. unknown (Probably a cousin of Andrew Jackson Lawson above)
(Prophetstown Cemetery) Riverside Cemetery, Prophetstown:
MOORE, John Paris, Pvt., Co. B, 45th NC Infantry, CSA, b.24 Nov 1837 (NC), d. 2 Mar 1923, G 3, L 3, B E ½, Sec 4 (brother of Robert Dent Moore in Montgomery Co.), Grave 3, Lot 38C, Block E1/2, Section 4 (Enlisted from Guilford Co, NC 3 Mar 1862, deserted about 22 July 1863 at Darkesville, WV)
QUESENBERRY, Milton, 4th Sgt., Co. B., 54th VA Infantry, CSA, b. 15 Mar 1844 (VA), d. 3 Nov 1911, SW1/2, 22o W ½ S4

Riverside Cemetery, Sterling:
TAYLOR, Lafayette W., Jr. 2nd Lt., Co. D, 12th Battalion (Day's) TN Cavalry, CSA, b. 10 Jun 1841 (TN), d. 23 Jul 1917, G 1, L 1164, B 8, Sec River, PHS

Tampico Memorial Cemetery, Mt. Pleasant
SEARCY, Howell M., Pvt., Prob. a MO guerilla partisan, CSA, b. 23 Jun 1838 (KY), d. 3 Oct 1929

Unknown Cemetery, Sterling or possibly Tampico:
BROWN, Julius W., Pvt., Prob. Co. G, 17th NC Infantry, CSA, b. 5 Nov 1839 (prob. NC), d. 5 Aug 1906 (Still searching to verify)


Maple Hill Cemetery, Elwood:
FAULKNER, James Thomas, Pvt., Co. I, 6th VA Cavalry, CSA, b. 11 Sep 1836 (VA), d. 25 Jan 1910 (Wesley Twp.) Row 8, Sec. 5, L 17 (Shown in the 1880 census as James F., though that was an error.)


Aikman Cemetery, East Marion Twp:
CORDER, Phillip Thompson, Sgt., 7th TN Cavalry, CSA (listed that way in Williamson Co. List, but should be Co. G, 15th TN Infantry, listed as P. Timothy Corder in Gleeson's book on 15th TN) - murdered by Sam Cover in Marion), b1839 (IL), d. 1 Jan 1869 (In 1869 Samuel Cover shot and killed Phillip T Corder in Marion, and was afterward tried and acquitted on theground of self-defense. The source for this says Phillip was buried in the Old Marion Cemetery.) Father - CORDER, Phillip Timothy (or Thompson), Cpl., Co. G, 15th TN Infantry, CSA, b.a. 1808 (KY), d.
(There were two, father and son, in same unit. The son was the Sgt.) (Shown living in Andrew Co., MO in 1870 census and shown as a physician, so may have moved to MO after son P.T. Corder murdered. According to "Illinois Rebels" by Ed Gleason, Cpl. Corder died from wounds at Shiloh on Apr. 13, 1862.)
HOPPER, Henry C., 1Lt., Co. G, 15th TN Infantry ("Illinois Rebels"), CSA, b. 26 Jan 1824 (TN), d. 22 Aug 1906 (cemetery listing shows his age as 27 years)
TINKER, William R, Pvt., Co. G, 7th TN Cavalry, CSA (listed that way in Williamson Co. List, but should be Co. G, 15th TN Cavalry), b. 9 Sep 1828 (TN), d. 13 Feb 1877

Blairsville Cemetery, Blairsville:
SNIDER, Anderson Russell, Pvt. Co. E, 59th TN Mounted Infantry, (Cooke's Regiment, 1 (Eakin's) Battalion of Infantry, CSA, b. 1833 (TN), d. 1896 (age 63) (There are two more here who may be Conf.: M. Spencer, R. Suffill - no dates/info)

Creal Springs Cemetery, Creal Springs:
GRAHAM, John Jay, MD, Pvt., Co. G, 4th TN Infantry, CSA, b. 16 Apr 1841 (TN), d. 22 Apr 1918

Fountain Church Cemetery, 4 miles south of Marion in Southern Twp.:
HUDGENS, James, Pvt., Co. D, 1st TN (Field's) TN Infantry, CSA, b. 17 Aug 1830 (TN), d.16 Jan 1914 (also Hudgins)
MILLER, Robinson (Robert), Pvt., Co. E, 45th TN Infantry, CSA b. 1837, d. 26 Jun 1914

Gentry Cemetery, Grassy Twp (sec. 20 SW ¼ NE ¼):
JACKSON, Jefferson T., Pvt., Co. B, 5th TN Cavalry, CSA,

Johnston City Cemetery, Johnston City:
ARTMAN, James H., Pvt., Co. A, 11th KY Cavalry, CSA, no dates

McKinney Hill Cemetery, Carterville Twp.:
PROVENCE, Berry S., Pvt., Co. F, 13th MO Rifles, CSA, no dates
(There is no Berry S. Provence shown for this unit. There is one shown for 22nd Ohio Infantry, US) (Marriage record in Union Co., IL shows: Berry S. Provence & Eleanor Ellen TWEEDY 16 Jul 1851

New Salem Church Cemetery, between Creal Springs and Tunnel Hill::
EMERY, Jefferson Monroe, Pvt., Co. B, 46th TN Infantry Regiment, CSA & Co. H, 11th MO Infantry, CSA, b. 1834 (TN), d. ? (died after 1910), (Was living at Crainville with son John in 1910 census, age 76)

Oak Grove Cemetery, Grassy Twp., Sec 16 SW ¼:
BAINE, John Travis, Pvt., Co. A, 55th Regiment TN Infantry, CSA, b. May 1837 (TN), d. 27 Jun 1924 (also shown in records as J.T. Bane and Bain)

Old Rose Hill Cemetery, Marion:
DAVIS, William Martin, Pvt., Co. G, 15th TN, Infantry, CSA, b. 1841 (TN), d. 17 Sep 1929, B 11, L 6, (Illinois Rebels gives his birth date as 2 Jul 1839 (TN).)
HOLLAND, Bryce, Pvt., Co. G, 15th TN Infantry (Illinois Rebels), CSA, b. 28 Jan 1842 (VA), d. 22 Jan 1922 (His tombstone says "Captain Bryce Holland". He was a Captain in the Marion Guards from Marion.)
SWAFFORD, John Riley, Sgt., Co. A, 6th NC Infantry, CSA, b. 3 Oct 1838, d. 16 Aug 1915, G 8, L 10, B 20. Sec SE (Enlisted in Co. B, 45th NC Infantry at Mecklenburg Co., NC on 28 May 1861. He was with Co. A, 6th NC Infantry when he was wounded at Gaines Mill, VA. He was taken as a prisoner to Frederick, MD, then returned to CSA at City Point, VA 21 Nov 1862 suffering wounds in both eyes.)

Pleasant Grove Cemetery, Paulton:
ECHOLS, Samuel, Pvt. Co. F., 18th (Newsome's) Tennessee Cavalry, CSA, b. 6 Jun 1832 (TN), d. 12 Dec 1884 (Changed the spelling of his name to Eckols after being in IL.) Buried in Row 3.

Pleasant Hill Cemetery, Grassy Twp.:
BAGGETT, A. J., Pvt., Co. E, 5th AL Cavalry, CSA, b. 1850 (AL), d, 18 Nov 1906 (The name is probably Andrew Jackson)

Shiloh Cemetery, south of Marion off of Market St.:
HILL, James, no dates or other information except CSA on headstone

Union Grove Cemetery, Pittsburg, Lake Creek Twp.
EDWARDS, Charles Matthew, (poss. Confederate. Soldier, b. 19 Apr 1833 (KY), d. 5 Mar 1882 (prob. brother of John)
EDWARDS, John Edward, Pvt., Co. K, 1st KY Infantry Regiment, CSA, b. 22 Oct 1835 (KY), d. 27 Jul 1922

Unknown Cemetery,
BENNETT, W. H., Surgeon,

Unknown Cemetery, probably in Cambria area:
PAYNE, John, Conf. soldier (per 1910 census), b. 1842 (GA) (22 John Payne(s) listed)

Unknown Cemetery,
LOWE, A. J., Pvt., Co. G, 15th TN Infantry, CSA, b. ? (TN), d. 1 Dec 1868 (Murdered by William J. Barham in Lowe's Saloon in Marion.. He was shot in the head.) (Shown as Loew in Gleeson's book on the 15th TN- It says he deserted on 28 Apr 1862 near Corinth, MS)

Unknown Cemetery,
CUNNINGHAM, Hibert A., Capt., Co. G, 15th TN Infantry, CSA (Illinois Rebels), b. 8 Feb 1836 (VA), d. 1895 (Deserted and joined IL Infantry as adjutant to General John A. Logan, his brother-in-law.)

Unknown Cemetery,
KELLY, Robert R., Sgt., Co. G, 15th TN Infantry, CSA (Illinois Rebels), b. 26 Dec 1842 (IL), d. ?

Unknown Cemetery,
WALLACE, William, Pvt., Co. G, 15th TN Infantry, CSA (Illinois Rebels), b. (MD), d. 3 Feb 1916


Greenwood Cemetery, Rockford:
BLAINE, James R., CSA, b. 31 Aug 1832 (IL), d. 6 Jul 1865
REED, Charles Edwin, Pvt., Co. G, 6th TX Cavalry, CSA, b. 312 Aug 1832 (IL), d. 31 Oct 1862 (TX)
THOMPSON, Charles Buccleugh, Major, CSA, b. 26 Feb 1838 (GA), d. 11 Jan 1869 (NY)
WILDT, William C., Pvt., Co. C, 1 Battalion VA Cavalry (Local Defense Troops), CSA, b. 1845 (Germany), d. Apr 1900

Unknown Cemetery, Rockford
: (information found on site for Burials of Arkansas Confederate Soldiers)
BOYLE, Thos. E., Pvt., Co. B. 5th Arkansas Infantry Regiment, CSA, d. 8 Jan 1865


Olio Cemetery at Eureka, Olio Twp:
MCCORMICK, Patrick, Pvt., Co. I, 17th VA Infantry, CSA, b.a. 1840 (VA), d. unknown
(This is an unconfirmed unit for this veteran)

Panther Creek Church of the Brethren (Dunkard) Cemetery, east of Roanoke:
EKISS, John, Virginia Unit, Confederate, VA, b. 1847 (VA), d. 1928
NOFSINGER, William A., Pvt., 12th & 20th Battalions, Battery C (Bowyer's), VA Heavy Artillery, CSA,
b. 30 Oct 1826 (VA), d. 8 Jul 1892, Row 1N, Lot 10.
SWITZER, John (Johannes) H., Pvt. Co. F, 52nd VA Infantry, CSA, b. 1 Jun 1821 (VA), d. 1908

* Unknown Cemetery, Cruger Twp.:
* SWISHER, Henry K., Cpl., Co. B, 10th Battalion VA Infantry Reserves, CSA, b. 1826 (VA), d. between 1900 and 1910
* HODGES, Aaron J., Cpl., Co. H, 3rd VA Cavalry, CSA, b. 1830 (VA), d. after 1880

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