Georgia Civil War Cemeteries

 

Stone Mountain Cemetery

Confederate Section

[3348'43sN, 8410'16sW]

Unknown Confederate Dead GHM 044-42A

Cemetery at Memorial Drive at Silver Hill Rd, Stone Mountain

Inscription Reads:

Here sleep, known but to God, approximately one hundred and fifty Confederate soldiers, most of whom died from disease, or wounds in the Confederate hospitals that were located near this spot. Some were killed in a skirmish with Federal raiders near here on July 19, 1864.

Although Federal troops raided and burned part of this city, Confederate hospitals were not molested. Brave and gallant Confederate women rendered valuable aid in caring for soldiers in Confederate hospitals here and elsewhere.

24 Unknown Confederate Soldiers

Marker in middle of graves from 1774

ERECTED TO THE MEMORY OF THE SOLDIERS

OF THE CONFEDERACY BY STONE MOUNTAIN

CHAPTER U.D.C.

1930

24 Unknown Confederate Soldiers

 

 

 

  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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