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Upson County Georgia Historical Markers

 
Unknown Confederate Dead Marker and Cemetery image, Touch for more information
By David Seibert, January 28, 2008
Unknown Confederate Dead Marker and Cemetery
Georgia (Upson County), The Rock — 145-2 — Unknown Confederate Dead
Here lie twelve Confederate soldiers, ‘known but to God’, who died of disease and wounds, 1864- 1865, in the General Hospital, Georgia State Line, located near this spot. Dr. A.P.Brown was senior surgeon in charge of the hospital. Dr. E.A. . . . — Map (db m9052) HM
Georgia (Upson County), Thomaston — 145-3 — Confederate Dead
Here rest 34 Confederate soldiers, all of whom died in the Confederate hospitals located in Thomaston. These men came from seven of the Confederate states. Only six are “unknown” graves. Hospitals located here were the Newsom, Frank . . . — Map (db m37456) HM
Georgia (Upson County), Thomaston — Pettigrew-White-Stamps House
Side 1: Circa 1830 Pettigrew - White – Stamps House Home of the Upson Historical Society Side 2: Placed in Memory of James Hightower 1777 – 1851 William Gaines Andrews 1796 – 1875 . . . — Map (db m53473) HM
Georgia (Upson County), Thomaston — Trice Cemetery
Trice cemetery, the largest family burial round in Upson County, Georgia, was established by William and Jane Tamplin Trice whose house once stood 300 yards west of the cemetery. William (1789- 1858) and Jane (1794- 1856), both buried here, were . . . — Map (db m14560) HM
Georgia (Upson County), Thomaston — 145-1 — Upson County
This County, created by Acts of the Legislature December 15 and 20, 1824, is named for Stephen Upson, a well known lawyer of Lexington, Ga. Lt. Gen. John B. Gordon, famed Confederate leader called “second to the great Lee” was born in . . . — Map (db m38253) HM

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