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Confederate Cemetery
Mt. Pleasant,  South Carolina
 
War of 1812 Monument
 
 
 
On the 18th, June 1812 / the United States of America / declared war against Great Britian. /  At the first Sound of Trumpet, the / Patriot Soldiers who sleep beneath this / monument flew to the Standard of Liberty.  / Here they fell beneath the scythe of Death.  / The sympathies of the Brave, the tear of / the Stranger, and the Slow Dirges of the / Camp attended them to the tomb. 
How sleep the Brave, sink to rest
With all their Country's wishes blest! 
The Laurel leaf of shining green
Will still around their Tomb be seen.
Sacred to the Memory 
Sergeants Tilman Goodrich, and / Adam C Spencer - Also of / David Aarant, William Rutland, / John Williams, John A.  Placide, / Thomas Madden, William McLellan, / Henry Kilgore, John Taylor, / John Bruce, and Harris Lancaster, / Private Soldiers of the 3d Regiment of state troops.
 
 
      Marker Description:
         Marker No.:  12 
         Marker Type:  Monument / obelisk 
         Marker Condition: words faded, chipped,             
              discolored, stained,  moss/ lichen 

         Dimensions:      
          h - 140 in     
          w - 50.5 in     
          d -  50.5 in 

 
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