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Optional page text here. Unknown Confederate Soldier's Graves Identified

Unknown Confederate Soldier's Graves Identified

This is a list of soldiers buried as unknown until 5 years ago. At that time, a telegraph listing the names of 69 of the 107 men buried there was found in archive records in Macon, Georgia. Due to the circumstances of the War, the telegraph was never sent.
We are looking for you to help us find the living descendants of these gallant soldiers. We would like to know for the descendants of these gentlemen to know where their resting place lies and for all to have closure.
Contact William L. Lockhart, John McIntosh Kell Camp 107. 563 South 6th Street Ext., Milner, Georgia 30257, phone 770-412-0622, fax:770-229-8506

Lt. J.E. Harril, Co. A., 6th Texas

Lt. W.H.H. Baker, Co. D, 10th Texas

Pvt. John See, Co. C., 10th Texas

Pvt. F.G. Grigsby, Co. K., 10th Texas

Pvt. F.G. Manse, Co. C., 11th Texas

Pvt. R.C. Patton, Co. C., 10th Texas

Pvt. W.O. Ward, Co. K., 32nd Texas

Pvt. H.B. Hammond, Co. G., 15th Texas

Pvt. T. Nichols, Co. K., 10th Texas

Pvt. G.W. Mills, Sheldonís Battery

Pvt. D.L. Wade, Stanfordís Battery


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