This boulder erected by
The Merrill E. Pratt Chapter U.D.C.
April 26, 1916,
marks the spot where
The Prattville Dragoons
assembled in April, 1861,
on the eve of their departure
to the war,
and is commemorative of their . . . — Map (db m70819) HM WM
In memory of the Alabama
Confederate States of America
who served at Fort Blakeley
Mobile Bay District
United Daughters of the Confederacy
Bonnie . . . — Map (db m87295) WM
Approximately one mile south-southwest of here stood Fort Browder, a small wooden fortification built in 1836 for protection in the last war with the Creek Indians and named for Isham Browder, a prominent . . . — Map (db m60895) HM
Drill Ground of the Midway Guards 1860, later Company B 15th Alabama C.S.A. ordered to Richmond. Second Company 1861 assigned to Company C 45th Alabama C.S.A. ordered to Army of Tennessee. These and many later volunteers met the enemy in . . . — Map (db m89636) HM
Confederate Park was created in 1897 as a joint effort of the Father Ryan Chapter of the United Daughters of the Confederacy and the City of Greenville, with First United Methodist Church providing the Park . . . — Map (db m70749) HM
Front: Our Confederate Dead
Back: To the memory of Butler Co's Confederate Soldiers
West: Erected 1903 by the Father Ryan Chapter of the United Daughters of the Confederacy.
East: Dead, but his spirit breathes;
Dead, . . . — Map (db m70768) WM
Maj. John Pelham
killed at the battle of Kelly's Ford
March 17, 1863
Front base: Pelham
Erected by the General John H. Forney Chapter U.D.C. Jacksonville, . . . — Map (db m23588) HM
LaFayette Cemetery, also known as Westview, began in 1934 with the death of Miss Sarah Gipson. Many early pioneers and veterans of East Alabama are buried here including Revolutionary War Patriot Capt. Alexander Dunn, Col. Charles McLemore, . . . — Map (db m83263) HM
Cleburne County was created December 6, 1866, and was named for Confederate Major General Patrick R. Cleburne. He was born March 17, 1828 in Ireland. He was the South's highest-ranking foreign-born officer and one of the best of any nationality. . . . — Map (db m83273) HM
North Face Confederate Dead West Face In memory of the Dale County Confederate soldiers, who fought in the War Between the States from 1861 to '65. South Face These were men who, by the simple manhood of their lives, by their . . . — Map (db m36564) HM
This memorial marks the site of the Arsenal, a unit of the Great Ordnance Works in Selma destroyed by the Union Army April 6, 1865.
These ordnance works stood second only to those of Richmond in the manufacture of war materials for the . . . — Map (db m37661) HM
Here fell brave men
in defense of their homes
April 2, 1865.
Col. William T. Minter
Rev. Arthur M. Small
Robert N. Philpot
and other valiant soldiers
“They fought and fell
they served us well" Lest We . . . — Map (db m83576) HM
Defender of Selma
Wizard of the Saddle
The First With the Most
This monument stands as testament of
our perpetual devotion and respect
for Lt. Gen. Nathan Bedford Forrest
CSA, . . . — Map (db m92363) HM WM
This boulder marks the site of the Selma Navy Yard and the Ordnance Works destroyed by the Federals 1865This tablet is placed in honor of the memory
of hundreds of faithful men who made these
great works a base for war material for the
entire . . . — Map (db m37688) HM
In memory of the Gadsden Alabama girl heroine Emma Sansom, who when the bridge across Black Creek had been burned by the enemy, mounted behind Gen. Forest and showed him a ford where his command crossed. He pursued and captured that enemy and . . . — Map (db m12297) HM
To those who made
the supreme sacrifice
1917 - World War - 1918
Till the day breaks and
the shadows flee away
Erected by Headland Chapter, U.D.C.
To the soldiers of the Confederacy . . . — Map (db m71871) WM
This area is the military cemetery for Confederate Soldiers. After an 1862 skirmish in the streets of Florence, it was used to bury casualties until the end of the Civil War. Many unknown Confederates and a few unknown Union soldiers rest here. . . . — Map (db m28402) HM
In Honor of
Our Confederate Soldiers
Jno Alexander • Wm. Alexander • Wm. H. Alexander • Ed Alexander • Capt. M.F. Bonham • Maj. Bright • Capt. T.B. Brown • Alberta Caffee • Irvin Crocheron • J.P. Caffee • Jim Crocheron • Jno. . . . — Map (db m85472) WM
The camp on this site served as a military hospital, a camp of conscription and instruction, a supply depot, and a cemetery during the War Between the States. At one time, there were hundreds of headstones and rocks marking the final resting place . . . — Map (db m73529) HM
Home of Virginia Clay Clopton (1825-1915)
Author and Social Leader who was known in Washington society as "The Belle of the Fifties"
Whose first husband, Clement Claiborne Clay (1817-1882), was United States Senator from Alabama (1853-1861) and . . . — Map (db m31010) HM
Erected on November 21, 1905, a handsome monument was dedicated to the Confederate dead by the Virginia Clay Clopton Chapter #1107 United Daughters of the Confederacy of Huntsville, and was unveiled with proper ceremonies in which many veterans of . . . — Map (db m27784) HM
This street was named to honor Andrew Dexter one of the founders of Montgomery Along this street moved the inaugural parade of Jefferson Davis when he took the oath of office as President of the Confederate States of America February 18, 1861 . . . — Map (db m36589) HM
A graduate of West Point Military Academy, he served the United States as Colonel of Mississippi Volunteers, Mexican War; member of House of Representatives, Senator, and as Secretary of War. Inaugurated President of the provisional government, . . . — Map (db m36677) HM
Ladies Memorial Association
formed in this auditorium
April 1866 for the purpose
of ministering to the living
Confederate soldier and
to keep in remembrance
his high principles
and heroic deeds. . . . — Map (db m71277) HM
On a wall in this building, "The Montgomery Theater" Dan Emmett first inscribed the score of Dixie for his minstrel orchestra. H.F. Arnold arranged it for band music and used it at the inauguration of Jefferson Davis President of the Confederacy. . . . — Map (db m36574) HM
Beneath this hallowed ground lay the remains of fifty-five Confederate soldiers. They gave their lives to establish southern independence, protect their homes, and preserve state's rights. These original headstones were placed in May 1903 by the Joe . . . — Map (db m86509) HM
In honor of
1829 - 1917
Who designed at Marion Ala.
The “Stars And Bars”
First official flag adopted
by “The Confederate
States of America,” at
Montgomery Ala., March 4, 1861;
then . . . — Map (db m70100) HM
North Side "Lest We Forget." This shaft is erected to honor and perpetuate the memory and valor of our Confederate Soldiers. West Side "Greater love hath no man than this, that a man lay down his life for his friends." South . . . — Map (db m36567) HM
Near here was the home of Confederate Brigadier General James Cantey who arrived in 1849 to operate a plantation owned by his father. Prior to coming to Russell County he had practiced law at his birthplace, Camden, South Carolina, and had . . . — Map (db m81715) HM
Greek revival antebellum home built by Moses Dean in 1852, acquired by John W. Inzer in 1866. Home occupied by Inzer family from 1866 to 1987. In July 1987 home and its contents, including extensive law library, deeded by family heirs to St. Clair . . . — Map (db m28092) HM
Tannehill Furnaces began as a
small forge in 1830. During the
War Between the States (1861-1865)
these furnaces were a major
supplier of iron and munitions
for the Confederacy. When
partially destroyed by Union
troops on March 31, . . . — Map (db m36926) HM
Daughter of John Gayle, Governor of Alabama.
Wife of Josiah Gorgas, Brigadier General, C. S. A.
Mother of William Crawford Gorgas, Surgeon General, U. S. A.
Untiring nurse in Confederate Hospitals, 1861-1865.
First Historian Alabama Division, . . . — Map (db m33653) HM
The University of Alabama gave to the Confederacy - 7 General Officers, 25 Colonels, 14 Lieutenant - Colonels, 21 Majors, 125 Captains, 273 Staff and other commissioned officers, 66 Non-Commissioned Officers and 294 Private Soldiers. Recognizing . . . — Map (db m33654) HM
The Confederate Monument was erected on November 13, 1907 and dedicated May 2, 1908 by the Jasper Chapter No. 925 United Daughters of the Confederacy under the leadership of Elizabeth Cain Musgrove to honor the 1900 soldiers who served from Walker . . . — Map (db m37222) HM
Dedicated to those Confederate frontiersmen who occupied Arizona Territory, C.S.A., created by President Jefferson Davis, February 14, 1862. Just two months later, ten of Capt. Sherod Hunter's Confederate Cavalrymen successfully defended Picacho . . . — Map (db m73899) HM
All 4 sides
To the Southern Soldiers
Their names are borne on honor's shield.
Their record is with God.
They fought for home and fatherland.
Side . . . — Map (db m21242) HM
Front (West side)
"To the Confederate
soldiers of Chicot
County, the record
of whose sublime
self sacrifice and
undying devotion is
the proud heritage
of a loyal posterity."
Rear (East side)
We care not . . . — Map (db m90255) WM
On this lawn
was erected our first
Courthouse in 1841 and
has been the scene for many
events during the wars
in which Crawford County boys fought.
Mexican War, 1846.
War Between the States, 1861-1865.
Spanish American War, 1898. . . . — Map (db m96859) WM
Erected in memory of the soldiers of the Confederacy, who gave their lives for the cause at the Battle of Jenkins Ferry, April 30, 1864, Dedicated September 19, 1928, by the James F. Fagan and Jenkins Ferry Chapters of the United Daughters of the . . . — Map (db m37303) HM
West SideBelow an image of two crossed flags and the dates 1861-1865 In memory of our Confederate Soldiers North Side Erected by the T.C. Hindman Chapter U.D.C. Lonoke, Ark. East Side Lonoke County commends the . . . — Map (db m65714) WM
When Gen. Frederick Steele's Union army invaded southwest Arkansas in April 1864, threatening the Confederate state capital at Washington, Gov. Harris Flanagin moved the state archives to Rondo, where they were deposited in James Abraham's store. . . . — Map (db m96022) HM
On July 27, 1864 Confederates led by Gen. Richard M. Gano surprised an outpost of the Sixth Kansas Cavalry at nearby Caldwell's Place. The Federal force was routed with a loss of 25 killed and wounded, 127 prisoners and much equipment. The . . . — Map (db m52566) HM
The original 10 acres of Battlefield Park were purchased in 1908 by the Prairie Grove chapter of the United Daughters of the Confederacy and maintained by the U.D.C. for nearly 50 years as a memorial park. From 1886 to 1926 an annual reunion of . . . — Map (db m35272) HM
Jefferson Davis, “Father of National Highways,” as Secretary of War 1853-57 sponsored the importation of 33 camels for transporting military supplies to the west coast. The camel trail survey ran from San Antonio, Texas to Fort Tejon . . . — Map (db m32823) HM
The Great Seal of the State of California
Major Robert Selden Garnett,
and adopted by the Constitutional
Convention of 1849 at Monterey.
Commissioned a Brigadier General
in the Confederate States Army
He . . . — Map (db m33659) HM
In Memory Of
"They Fell For Us and For Them
The Tears Of A Nation's Grief."
They Counted The Cost
And In Defence . . . — Map (db m54998) HM
Here was fought on February 20, 1864
the Battle of Ocean Pond
under the immediate command of
General Alfred Holt Colquitt
"Hero of Olustee"
This decisive engagement prevented a
Sherman-like invasion of Georgia from
the south. . . . — Map (db m54361) HM
The United Daughters
of the Confederacy
In Memory of
Commander of the District of
Middle and East Florida
"So well did he perform
his part that a . . . — Map (db m54978) HM
(Front):The Battle of Olustee was fought on this ground February 20th, 1864. Between 5,000 Confederate troops commanded by General Joseph E. Finegan and 6,000 Federal troops under General Truman Seymour. The Federals were defeated with a loss . . . — Map (db m13708) HM
(Front text) Confederate Plot Section Six is the final resting place for the Confederate Veterans who
resided at the Old Soldiers and Sailors Home, a refuge for aged and disabled Veterans. The Florida Soldiers Home
Association was . . . — Map (db m57549) HM
Sawpit Bluff Plantation, located on Black Hammock Island, was built in the 1750s by Edmund Gray. The plantation was named for the sawpit excavated to accommodate the up and down motion of a vertical saw blade. The plantation house . . . — Map (db m92973) HM
A Confederate earthworks designed and located by General Robert E. Lee as one of a series of forts for the defense of the Saint Johns River. This fort was occupied by both Confederate and Union forces during the course of the war and is today in its . . . — Map (db m33458) HM
(Front face)1863 - 1865 Erected by Plant City Chapter #1931 United Daughters of the Confederacy November 17, 2007
By 1863 the Confederate Army was suffering severe food shortages. Capt. John T. Lesley was commissioned to recruit from . . . — Map (db m46292) HM
In 1848 a Board of Engineers with Lt. Col. Robert E. Lee, USA as recording officer visited Fort Brooke (Tampa). Aboard the Schooner Phenix they made a survey of Tampa Bay; requested government reservation of the bay keys and erection of defense . . . — Map (db m61928) HM
In 1910, the United Daughters of the Confederacy,
Tampa Chapter No.113, began to raise funds for a
monument to honor the soldiers and sailors of the
Confederate States of America, The Hillsborough
County Commission . . . — Map (db m32979) HM
Here at high noon on September 27, 1864, a Federal raiding force of 900 men under Brigadier-General Alexander Asboth fought a Confederate home guard of 95 old men and boys under Captain Jesse J. Norwood. Entering Marianna from the west, the main . . . — Map (db m68796) HM
The present boundaries of the Old City Cemetery were established by the Florida Territorial Council in 1829. Many pioneers and their slaves are buried here, although some early Tallahasseans were buried several hundred feet east of this site. The . . . — Map (db m79582) HM
This plot was donated by Major Alden Joseph Adams to the village of Manatee in 1892 "to be used as a burying ground forever." It was first called New Cemetery. Members of pioneer families, including Major Adams, are interred here. The property is . . . — Map (db m72423) HM
Marker Front: This is one of the oldest organized burying grounds on the Gulf Coast of Florida. The property was deeded on May 30, 1850, and since 1892 only immediate members of families already interred here can be buried in the cemetery. . . . — Map (db m72424) HM
At the close of the Seminole War in 1842, this frontier was opened to settlement. Major Robert Gamble and other sugar planters soon located along the rich Manatee River valley, and by 1845 a dozen plantations were producing . . . — Map (db m15665) HM
(Side one): To the honored memory of The Soldiers, The Sailors, The Statesmen of the Confederate states of America. "Time cannot teach forgetfulness when grief's full heart is fed by fame." (Side two): "Tis wreathed around with . . . — Map (db m7448) HM
Confederate Dead (Left face) In memory of that noble band, who have crossed the mystic stream, and are resting now in that happy land, where peace and pleasure reight supreme. The heroic deeds will never fade, from memory's brightest . . . — Map (db m54454) HM
"1861-Our Confederate heroes-1865"
Although the flag they died to save
floats not over any land or sea
throughout eternal years shall wave
the banner of their chivalry.
for which they . . . — Map (db m78111) WM
(Front):In memory of a distinguished American solider, citizen of St. Augustine, Fla. Born December 4, 1818. Died December 30, 1885. His courage in battle was conspicuous; His devotion to duty unfailing; His ability recognized by three . . . — Map (db m47015) HM
This monument is dedicated to Remember and honor
Our Confederate veterans who endured so much
For their homes, their wife’s and their sweet hearts;
So as we now bow our heads in prayer for our Confederate Veterans
May . . . — Map (db m77498) WM
This tribute to the
memory of the
unveiled April 26, 1912.
His heroism, in the
presence of the
conquering foe was
equaled only by
his . . . — Map (db m103412) WM
This marks the original site
of the Methodist Church erected
about the year 1805.
Bishop Asbury and Bishop
McKendree in 1815 held here
a conference which James O.
Bishop Capers, Dr. Lovick Pierce,
and many other . . . — Map (db m42773) HM
In this cemetery are buried about 300 unknown Confederate soldiers who died of wounds or disease in the several Confederate hospitals located in Cassville. These hospitals operated from late 1861 until May 18, 1864, then moved south out of the path . . . — Map (db m13978) HM
In this cemetery, during the last year of the War Between the States, a number of Confederate soldiers, 17 of them unknown, were buried. Memorial services for these soldiers were held as early as 1869. In 1871, on Memorial Day, April 26, a group of . . . — Map (db m26978) HM
In Memory Of
1861 - 1865
" How many a glorious
name for us,
How many a story of
fame for us
They left ! Would it
not be a blame for us . . . — Map (db m10718) HM
Constituted in 1788, Bark Camp Church was the center for worship, culture and hospitality in Bark Camp,
one of the oldest settlements in Burke County.
Many of the congregation honorably served during the War Between the States as soldiers . . . — Map (db m97007) HM
This Memorial Commemorates the act of Lieutenant Christopher Hussey Of the Montgomery Guards and Private John Latham of the Washington Volunteers, the first volunteer regiment of the State of Georgia.
While under fire during the bombardment of . . . — Map (db m4231) HM
Mattie Harris Lyon, 97, the “Mother of Marietta,” was known for her years of zealous and affectionate service in religious, civic, welfare and patriotic activities. Her life was dedicated to the service of people of all races. A true . . . — Map (db m5198) HM
The Kennesaw Chapter United Daughters of the Confederacy was organized July 29, 1898, in the parlors of the Kennesaw House on the second floor corner nearest the railroad station. Mrs. R. L. Nesbitt was elected the first president. There were forty . . . — Map (db m1665) HM
Used as a hospital and recruiting station during War Between the States.
This marker placed by Moultrie McNeil Chapter United Daughters of the Confederacy
Mrs. J. R. Hall, Jr. President. — Map (db m40692) HM
In Memory of
William Thomas Overby
Enlisted May 31, 1861, Co. A. 7th Ga. Infantry. Wounded at Second Manassas Aug. 30, 1862. Then joined Co. D, 43rd Batln. Mosby's Ranger.
Raided within Federal lines to . . . — Map (db m70865) HM WM
The Bainbridge Volunteers
The Bainbridge Independents
Organized 1859, by
Captain Charles G. Campbell,
assembled here in March 1861 and
entered service under the command
of Captain John W. Evans . . . — Map (db m57419) HM
This cemetery was the scene of an engagement between 8th Confederate Cavalry Col. J. S. Prather commanding and a large force of Federal troops. The latter were repulsed and 225 prisoners taken. — Map (db m29168) HM
( South Plaque)
Gratefully Dedicated to
The Patriotic Memory of American
Buried in Emanuel County
Wilson Drew Jacob Durden
David Edenfield Ephriam Herrington James Moore
Joseph Sumner Reuben . . . — Map (db m21372) HM
Clement A. Evans, Brig. Gen., C.S.A., began his military career in his native Stewart Co., Ga., where he was commissioned Major in Co. E, 31st Ga. Infantry. He rapidly rose in rank and in Nov. 1864, was put in command of a division, succeeding . . . — Map (db m64826) HM
A native of Upson County, Georgia, and a Major General, Confederate States Army, was one of General Lee's most trusted and outstanding officers. He brilliantly led his devoted men in every engagement in which the Army of Northern Virginia . . . — Map (db m64831) HM
Erected under the auspices of the Old Guard and Atlanta Chapter U.D.C.
A.D. 1919 in memory of Andrew J. West.
Beloved citizen Captain C.S.A.-General U.C.V.
The damage at the base of this lamp post was caused by a shell during The War Between . . . — Map (db m18622) HM
This tablet is dedicated by the Atlanta Chapter of the United Daughters of the Confederacy to the memory of Miss Mary Green, who established this Resaca Cemetery –- the first in this state -- for our Confederate soldiers.
Made by the . . . — Map (db m26347) HM
This road was originally the Sandtown Trail traveled by several tribes of Creek Indians. It connected Sandtown on the Chattahoochee River near Atlanta, Ga. with another Sandtown in Tallapoosa Co., Ala. Later became Old Ala. Road over which early . . . — Map (db m11176) HM
President of the Confederate States of America 1861-1865 (reverse): On this spot May 10, 1865 President Jefferson Davis was made a prisoner of war by Federal troops Erected by the State of Georgia . . . — Map (db m10568) HM
On the night of May 9, 1865, Jefferson Davis, with his family and a small escort, enroute south to avoid a screen of Union cavalry attempting to intercept him, reached the site of the present Jefferson Davis Memorial State Park (1 mile north) and . . . — Map (db m40345) HM
( South Face )
Erected June 3rd.1909
The Wayside Home
In Honor Of Our
Whom Power Could
Whom Death Could
Whom Defeat Could
Not Dishonor. . . . — Map (db m13291) HM
This boulder is placed by
The Wayside Home Chapter
United Daughters of the Confederacy
of Jenkins County, Georgia and
The Margaret Jones Chapter
United Daughters of the Confederacy
of Burke County, Georgia
to perpetuate the name of . . . — Map (db m21374) HM
In this lonely spot lie the mortal remains of more than 100 unknown soldiers of the Confederacy. Most of them were wounded while heroically defending the City of Atlanta against overwhelming forces of General Sherman, and died in an improvised . . . — Map (db m14741) HM
Established by South Carolina Calvinists of English and Scottish extraction in 1752, the small settlement of Midway became `the cradle of the Revolutionary spirit in Georgia`. Two of Georgia`s three signers of the Declaration of Independence, Lyman . . . — Map (db m8941) HM
Born in Columbia County, Georgia, on April 2, 1814, Henry L. Benning attended Franklin College prior to practicing law in Columbus. As a local attorney and state Supreme Court Judge, Benning played an active role in Georgia’s secession in 1861. . . . — Map (db m57107) HM
Where in March 1866, the Ladies Aid Society organized the first Memorial Association honoring Confederate heroes. “One day” each year is theirs.
Ladies Memorial Association
Organized March 12, 1865. . . . — Map (db m42140) HM
The community of Hillsborough served as the site of the first county seat of Baldwin County in 1806 and later Putnam County after Putnam was created from Baldwin in December, 1807, but there is no known record that official County functions were . . . — Map (db m59092) HM
A tribute of love from the Dixie Chapter Daughters of the Confederacy. ~*~ In honor of the men of Putnam County, who served in the Army of the Confederate States of America; “Those who fought and lived, and those who fought . . . — Map (db m73953) HM
Erected in 1932 by the
United Daughters of the Confederacy
to the memory of
Born in Savannah, GA·Sept·6, 1816
and killed in the
First . . . — Map (db m99001) HM
Twenty-four Confederate soldiers are buried here. These men, veterans of many hard fought battles, died in the Confederate hospitals located here, 1863-1865. They were the Hood, Hill, Lumpkin, and several temporary ones. Among the gallant . . . — Map (db m46423) HM
1735 — 1935
Gen. James Edward Oglethorpe,
Founder - 1735
Gen. "Light-Horse" Harry Lee
Revolutionary soldier, Commander - 1781
Gen. Robert Edward . . . — Map (db m32703) HM
West Point Graduate
Class of 1828
* * *
Indian Wars 1829- 1835
Member of Congress 1845-'46
Colonel U.S. Army
Hero of Buena Vista and Monterey
Secretary of War 1853-'57
Senator from Mississippi . . . — Map (db m9645) HM
The Women of Griffin and Spalding County
Who gave their services during the War Between the States from ’61 to ‘65 James S. Boynton Chapter United Daughters of the Confederacy have placed this boulder
No act of injustice, no failure . . . — Map (db m61276) HM
Captain Henry Wirz
Born Zurich, Switzerland, 1822
Sentenced to death
and executed at Washington D.C.
Nov. 10, 1865.
To rescue his name from the stigma . . . — Map (db m87990) HM WM
East Face of Monument:
More enduring than marble shall be the memory of the Confederate patriot in whose life fidelity to principle found loftiest expression.
West Face of Monument:
A tribute of love from the women of . . . — Map (db m59030) HM
This old academy, built in 1836, was in the line of fire during the Battle of Lafayette in the War Between the States. General Braxton Bragg (CS) who had his headquarters in LaFayette, planned the Battle of Chickamauga under an old oak tree that . . . — Map (db m13175) HM
Chickamauga Chapter of
The United Daughters
of the Confederacy,
of Walker County.
"It is a duty we owe
to . . . — Map (db m82775) WM
1861 - 1865
The impartial enlightened
verdict of mankind will
vindicate the rectitude
of our conduct,
and he who knows the
hearts of men, will . . . — Map (db m24488) HM
Joseph E. Johnston
1807 ---- 1891
Brigadier General U.S.A.
Given command of the Confederate
forces at Dalton, in
1863, he directed the 79 days
campaign to Atlanta, one of the
most memorable in the annals of war . . . — Map (db m30084) HM
On this site stood the old Georgia State Bank building in which Pres. Davis held the last official cabinet meeting of the Confederacy May 4, 1865.
President Jefferson Davis •
Post. M. Gen. John H. Reagan •
Sec. of Navy Stephen R. . . . — Map (db m66815) HM
This museum shows the splendors of plantation life in Georgia before the War Between the States, displays relics, mementos and keepsakes of the era that tried men’s souls, and adds a fine collection of Indian relics for variety. Washington had . . . — Map (db m26511) HM
Anno Domini 1908
"Last Cabinet" Chapter
Daughters of The Confederacy,
Sons of Veterans.
of abiding love
(Left . . . — Map (db m30352) HM
Two blocks South of this marker
on March 6, 1814, was born
Sarah Knox Taylor
Capt. And Mrs. Zachary Taylor
Miss Taylor married Lieut. Jefferson Davis
at Louisville, Kentucky on June 17, 1835
and died in West Feliciana . . . — Map (db m23263) HM
Gen. Albert Sidney Johnston
Born February 2 - 1803
Killed at Shiloh Tenn.
April 6 - 1862
Graduated West Point 1826,
Black Hawk War,
War for Texas Independence,
Mexican War, . . . — Map (db m84142) HM
Jefferson Davis Highway
Fairview, Ky. - Biloxi, Miss.
Erected 1930 by
United Daughters of the Confederacy
Born June 3, 1808
in Christian, now Todd Co. KY.
Died December 6, 1889
in New Orleans, . . . — Map (db m3034) HM
The Finest of Texas and Arizona,
Lives lost by river and bayou.
We mark their graves,
Remember their names:
Brave Confederates who died
At Fort Butler, June 28, 1863.
Martha M. Boltz
Virginia Division - . . . — Map (db m86049) WM
We care not whence they came
Dear is their lifeless clay
Whether unknown or known to fame
Their cause and country still the same
They died and wore Gray.
In memory of the thirty-nine members of Co. A. 2nd . . . — Map (db m94473) HM WM
Fort Buhlow and Fort Randolph were earthwork/moat fortifications constructed beginning October 1864 by Confederate forces anticipating a repetition of Union Gen. Nathaniel Banks’ Summer 1864 Red River
Expedition. Construction, completed March 1865, . . . — Map (db m7848) HM
Incorporated November, 1947, located partly on Indian-French settlement & trading post site. In 1739 much of this area was sold to Joseph Delille Dupart, a Commissioner of Indian Nations under Bienville. Today area is location of various industries. . . . — Map (db m71147) HM
As Madame Beauregard lay dying in New Orleans, she yearned to see her husband once more, but his duties in the Confederate Army made his return impossible. She knew her husband could not be spared as a soldier of the South, and she resigned herself . . . — Map (db m85143) HM
This cabin was believed to be built in 1929 to serve as the meeting house for the Camp Moore Chapter No. 562, United Daughters of the Confederacy and served in that capacity for many years. It originally stood east of Marker No. 2 but was removed to . . . — Map (db m92336) HM
Within this cemetery is buried Brig. General Lewis A. Armistead Born New Bern, N.C. Feb. 16, 1817 Died at Gettysburg, Pa. July 3, 1863 Where men under his command made the farthest northern advance by any Southern troops Captain U.S. Army . . . — Map (db m21366) HM
Chief of the Confederate States Army Signal Corps and Secret Service Bureau, 1862–1865. Appointed Commissioner of Prisoner Exchange with rank of Colonel in April 1865. The Norris Home, “Bookland,” stood 2½ miles south of this . . . — Map (db m2064) HM
Here on farmlands bordering the Monocacy River, the fate of the nation’s capital was decided July 9, 1864, when Union troops confronted Confederate soldiers marching toward Washington. Though the Confederates won this battle on Northern soil, they . . . — Map (db m41915) HM
and is in memory – of – The Southern Solders who fell in the battle fought July 9, 1864 which resulted in a Confederate victory ——— Erected July 9, 1914 by the Fitzhugh Lee Chapter United Daughters of the . . . — Map (db m3215) HM
On September 9, 1862, the running engagement between Illinois, Indiana, and Virginia cavalry units that began the day before in Poolesville continued in Beallsville when two Federal regiments forced the single regiment of Virginia cavalrymen posted . . . — Map (db m1681) HM
Birthplace of Ridgely Brown, CSA, 1833–1864. May 15, 1862, with seventeen young Marylanders he organized First Maryland cavalry. He served consistently and gallantly, rising from Private to Lt. Colonel. Killed at South Anna River, Virginia, . . . — Map (db m362) HM
(1807–1877) Born Charles County. Attended Charlotte Hall Mil. Academy. US Navy – Mexican War. Practiced Law. Commissioned in CSN 1861. Captained CSS Sumter. Later commanded CSS Alabama. Most successful raider with 82 naval victories. . . . — Map (db m942) HM
On this site in an oak grove from Sept. 15 to Sept. 18, 1862, stood the headquarters tent of General Robert E. Lee commanding the Confederate forces. Purchased, restored and marked by the West Virginia Division, United Daughters . . . — Map (db m5640) HM
During the war between the states, 1861-1865 more than a thousand Confederates were imprisoned here of whom thirteen died.
D.B. Cartwright CO H 32 N.C.
James J. Cooper CO. F 17 N.C.
Col. T.J. Davidson 25 Miss
A. Diggs citizen, VA
Aquila . . . — Map (db m59205) HM
To the memory
Dead upon the field of glory
Hero fit for song and story.
No nation . . . — Map (db m90270) WM
Citizens of the Dixie community built this structure 1/4 mile southeast of this site in the 1930s to serve as a cafeteria during the Depression era. The log cabin has also served as a meeting place, music hall and classroom. In 2003 the cabin was . . . — Map (db m56534) HM
To the Men and Women of
When their county called
they held back nothing.
They cheerfully gave their
property and their lives.
. . . — Map (db m39867) HM
This boulder is erected by the Mississippi
College Rifles Chapter U. D. C.
in grateful memory of the 104 men who went
out from this college as Company E; 18th
Mississippi Regiment, April 23, 1861.
J. W. Welborn, Capt., Cuddie . . . — Map (db m90391) HM
They fell devoted, but undying;
The very gale their names seem'd sighing:
The waters murmur'd of their name;
The woods were peopled . . . — Map (db m102996) WM
Leflore County's tribute
to her sons and daughters
of the Southern Confederacy.
Erected under the auspices
of the Varina Jefferson Davis
Chapter United Daughters
of the Confederacy.
Oct. 9, . . . — Map (db m77355) WM
Names listed on monument
Wm. Franklin Wm. Cason James Goodwin
Ike Griffin Jasper Holmes Wm. Hurt
B.T. Tatum Franklin Rogers A. Rickey
Abe Ware J.O. Gavin Sam Connor
Joe Robbins J. Luttrell S. . . . — Map (db m92669) WM
"For truth dies
not and by her
light they raise
the flag whose
starry folds have
and by the low
tents of the
they left the . . . — Map (db m90268) WM
neath the flag
Stars and Bars
Furl that banner
true' tis gory,
yet' tis wreathed
around with glory,
and' twill live . . . — Map (db m80386) WM
1861 — 1865
As at Thermopylae, the greater
glory was to the vanquished
This monument is erected to
perpetuate the memory of the
noble courage, constancy and
self sacrificing devotion of the
women of . . . — Map (db m77476) WM
(Front of Marker):
Confederate General Sterling Price brought three mounted divisions from Arkansas into Missouri, September 19, 1864. Fighting several small battles he marched slowly north toward St. Louis, then struck . . . — Map (db m20868) HM
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