List of the 518 Confederate Burials in Arlington National Cemetery–Concentric circles of graves extend out from the magnificent Confederate Monument–If any of these folks are your ancestors, please contact us IMMEDIATELY

List of the 518 Confederate Burials
in Arlington National Cemetery
Concentric circles of graves extend out
from the magnificent Confederate Monument
If any of these folks are your ancestors,
please contact us IMMEDIATELY
List includes all the burials in ANC Section 16,
mostly men, some women
Most have their home state listed; some also have unit
name, number, letter or whether cavalry, infantry
or artillery
Arlington National Cemetery, 109 year old Confederate Memorial to the Reconciliation and Reunification of our great nation after our bloodiest war.
Arlington National Cemetery, 109 year old Confederate Memorial to the Reconciliation and Reunification of our great nation after our bloodiest war.
Aerial view of the Confederate Memorial in Arlington National Cemetery with over 500 graves of Confederate soldiers and some family in concentric circles around it. The sculptor, internationally renowned Jewish artist Moses Ezekiel, a Confederate veteran, is buried with three others at the base of his beautiful monument to the reconciliation of North and South after the War Between the States.
Aerial view of the Confederate Memorial in Arlington National Cemetery with over 500 graves of Confederate soldiers and some family in concentric circles around it. The sculptor, internationally renowned Jewish artist Moses Ezekiel, a Confederate veteran, is buried with three others at the base of his beautiful monument to the reconciliation of North and South after the War Between the States.
View from the ground at Arlington National Cemetery of the beautiful Confederate Memorial symbolizing the reconciliation of our country after the bloody War Between the States. Photo courtesy Derrick Johnson.
View from the ground at Arlington National Cemetery of the beautiful Confederate Memorial symbolizing the reconciliation of our country after the bloody War Between the States. Photo courtesy Derrick Johnson.

[Publisher's Note, by Gene Kizer, Jr. - The names, below, are a few of the 375,000 Confederate soldiers about whom Union soldier and president of the United States, William McKinley, said:

. . . every soldier's grave made during our unfortunate civil war is a tribute to American valor . . . And the time has now come . . . when in the spirit of fraternity we should share in the care of the graves of the Confederate soldiers . . . The cordial feeling now happily existing between the North and South prompts this gracious act and if it needed further justification it is found in the gallant loyalty to the Union and the flag so conspicuously shown in this year just passed by the sons and grandsons of those heroic dead.

It was President McKinley's idea to construct the Confederate Memorial in Arlington National Cemetery because the brave always honor the brave.

But the political naming commission and Secretary of Defense Lloyd Austin have slated the 109 year old Confederate Memorial for demolition.

It appears Austin and company are breaking federal rules and regulations in their haste to destroy the monument before serious public disgust sets in. Every veteran in America should be outraged because this is exactly what could happen to their memory in the future by politicians just as characterless as Elizabeth Warren. Remember what liberals did to our Vietnam veterans after the Vietnam War. Our military should always be above filthy politics.

You don't have to love the South or the Confederacy to know that destroying a 109 year old monument in our nation's most sacred burial ground as symbolic as the Confederate Memorial, after a war in which 750,000 died and over a million were maimed, is WRONG, WRONG, WRONG and is the most dishonorable thing fake Indian Elizabeth Warren has ever done.

Perhaps a hundred million Americans alive today are descended from Confederate soldiers and the women and families who supported the South's great war for independence.

Alexis de Tocqueville in Democracy in America noted that race relations were better in the South than anywhere in the country despite slavery. He said they were worst in New England.

During the antebellum era, five Northern states had laws forbidding blacks from even visiting for more than a few days much less living there including Lincoln's Illinois.

New England had brought all the slaves here chained to decks in the bowels of their stinking hot slave ships where there was no ventilation, suffering for months in urine, feces, vomit and death so Elizabeth Warren's New Englanders could make money.

Historian Bernard Bailyn stated that New England's economic success was unquestionably due to the slave trade.

W. E. B. Du Bois in his famous book The Suppression of the African Slave-Trade to the United States of America, 1638-1870, states that Boston and New York were still the largest slave trading ports on the planet in 1862, a year into the War Between the States and 54 years after the slave trade was outlawed by the U.S. Constitution.

Perhaps Elizabeth Warren and the naming commission should begin demolishing New England monuments and changing the name of Faneuil Hall in Boston because Peter Faneuil traded in black flesh, or Brown University because its founder was a slave trader who said there was no more crime in carrying off a cargo of slaves than a cargo of jackasses.

Six slave states fought for the Union the entire war and it took the 13th Amendment in December, 1865, to fully end slavery in the Union slave states.

Southerners would have ended slavery in a much better way than a war that killed 750,000 men and maimed over a million. We lost 400,000 in World War II. It was in the bi-racial South's best interest to end slavery with goodwill and opportunity for all.

Maybe the better question is why didn't the federal government suggest buying freedom for all the slaves in the South out of the federal treasury if they were so worried about slavery? Because Yankees were not worried enough to spend their hard-earned sweatshop money to free the slaves in the South who would then go North and be job competition. Besides, the six slave states that fought for the North would have seceded immediately over federal overreach and fought for the South just as Virginia, North Carolina, Tennessee and Arkansas did. Those four Southern states at first rejected secession and only seceded when Lincoln called for 75,000 volunteers to invade the South.

Also, and importantly, the Northern economy would have collapsed because it was based mostly on manufacturing for the South and shipping Southern cotton around the world. The North needed the South but the South did not need the North.

Congress can rectify its error and put an end to Elizabeth Warren's crime against art and history by defunding ALL of the recommendations of the Woke naming commission, which will cost perhaps a hundred million dollars before its all over. We are in a huge budget deficit and don't have a hundred million dollars laying around to throw away on changing things that have a glorious record of victory such as Fort Benning and Fort Bragg and all the others. It is idiotic to be spending money changing street names on military bases and removing monuments and changing uniform patches and such.

We are also in a military recruiting crisis and it is about as stupid as you can get to insult the South, from where 44% of the United States military is recruited.

Here is a quote from last week's blog article entitled "WE WILL SAVE the Magnificent Arlington Confederate Memorial--Woke Ignorance DIES at Arlington":

The naming commission is so inept it does not even mention the reconciliation theme and symbolism of the Confederate Memorial though Arlington National Cemetery itself, does. ANC's own description in its National Register of Historic Places Registration Form for the Historic District received by the National Park Service February 24, 2014 states over and over that the Confederate Memorial symbolizes the reconciliation and reunification of our great country after our country's bloodiest war.1

How could the naming commission ignore that?

The Confederate Memorial was conceived by Union soldier and President William McKinley after enthusiastic Southern participation in the Spanish-American War. President William Howard Taft spoke at the UDC ceremony the evening the cornerstone was laid giving an inspiring well-received speech. President Woodrow Wilson spoke at the dedication June 4, 1914 as did Union and Confederate Veterans. Remember, these were the days of the 50th and 75th anniversary of the Battle of Gettysburg and the famous handshakes across the wall by the old Union and Confederate gentlemen.

How could the naming commission not care about all that?

The Confederate Memorial is about reconciliation therefore it is not in the Woke naming commission's remit. The Confederate Memorial does not commemorate the Confederacy. It commemorates the reunification of the United States of America after a bloody war. See my white paper "The Reconciliation of North and South After the War Between the States as Symbolized by the Confederate Memorial 'New South' in Arlington National Cemetery" on Defend Arlington's website, 28 pages on the theme of reconciliation.

The 109 year old Confederate Memorial was created in the city of Rome, Italy by internationally acclaimed Jewish sculptor Moses Ezekiel but the naming commission wants to tear it apart in the cheapest way possible and leave a mangled shaft sticking up in Arlington National Cemetery.

The white paper by Ernest E. Blevins, who is the foremost national authority on Union and Confederate monuments, is entitled: "Headstone of the Confederate States: Moses Ezekiel's Arlington Confederate Monument, Symbolism, Meaning, National Register Eligibility, and Potential Adverse Effects to Alternations or Removal." It is 49 pages, detailed, documented and irrefutable.

Blevins discusses the "monument symbology" that "depicts the South's mourning and the war's losses" and he includes a comment from Michael Robert Patterson:

"But no sculptor, as far as known, has ever, in any one memorial told as much history as has Ezekiel in his monument at Arlington; and every human figure in it, as well as every symbol, is in and of itself a work of art.2"

That comment again points out the crime against history and art committed by the Woke naming commission in its desire to destroy the monument as cheaply as possible and leave a mangled shaft in its place in Arlington National Cemetery surrounded by 500 graves of Southern soldiers in concentric circles.

If you are descended from any of the Confederate heroes buried in Arlington National Cemetery, please contact us.

There is more information in the burial database but for conciseness, here are the names, ranks, death dates and states for most of the burials. I will soon have the full database available to download as a .cvs or .xlsx or .html file.

There are several valuable links after the burial list.

PLEASE CONTRIBUTE to our Arlington National Cemetery Memorial Litigation Defense Fund so we can make sure that Woke ignorance DIES at Arlington National Cemetery.]

LAST NAMEFIRST NAMERankDEATH DATEUNIT
ABNEYJOHNGA
AKERSALBERT JCAPT01/14/1914TENN
AMISSFRANCES09/27/1949VA
AMISS GEORGE W08/14/1913VA
AMOSW D09/02/1865GA
ANDERSONE W2/9/1915
ANDERSON JOHNSGT05/29/1864GA
ANGELO FRANCIS M10/15/1928VA
ANGELOSARAH V05/27/1937VA
ARMSWORTHYJOHN W01/15/1864NC
ASHBY JOHN J11/03/1864CIVILIAN
ASHTONCHARLES H03/26/1935VA
ASHTONIDA B12/19/1940VA
AUTRYFRANCIS M07/17/1864GA
AYLOR HENRY L11/4/1922VA
AYRESWILLIAM S09/15/1932VA
BAILEYJOSEPH B06/13/1926MD
BAILEYRICE W2D LIEUT8/4/1915VA
BAILEYSUSAN A2D LIEUTVA
BALLOWE J D06/20/1865
BARBEEROBERT SSGT4/1/1918VA
BARBER H A05/25/1862SC
BARHAMBENJAMIN F11/18/1919VA
BARKLEY JOHN W04/16/1865ALA
BARNESJACOB02/11/1864NC
BARNETT HARVEY05/26/1864MISS
BASSMARCELLUS C12/7/1918VA
BATESNATHANIEL S09/10/1864GA
BAYLESSA JSGT04/29/1865TENN
BEACHMANROBERT09/17/1867
BEAL WILLIAM M01/19/1864NC
BEALLCHATTIE A10/7/1927MISS
BEALL FRED01/30/1929MISS
BEAVERTOBIAS03/27/1864NC
BECK JAMES05/27/1862ARTY
BEDINGFIELDJOHN YCAPT04/05/1864GA
BENNETTJAMES ASGT05/20/1864GA
BERNARD W P07/23/1864GA
BERRYD W11/11/1863NC
BETHUNEANDREW J10/22/1863NC
BETHUNENARCISSA GSGT6/12/1929GA
BIBBROBERT04/07/1864VA
BOOTH JAMES11/03/1863MISS
BORWN or BROWNJ A2 LIUET01/27/192922 VA INF
BOSTIANA ACORP11/14/1863NC
BOUNDSJ D04/20/1864NC
BOYCES JSGT11/11/1863NC
BOYLEPATRICK09/14/1864GA
BRANDWARREN HGA
BROWER LEON08/24/1864ALA
BROWNBENJAMINCAPT05/30/1920VA
BROWNFRANCES E2/5/1917VA
BROWN GEORGE WCAPT03/22/1927VA
BROWN JOHN01/22/1862
BROWN MERIDA04/27/1865GA
BROWNMINNIE R2 LIUET4/12/194222 VA INF
BROWNSARAH PCAPT2/11/1923VA
BROWN WILLIAM06/03/1862NC
BROWNWILLIAM H5/4/1913VA
BROWNWILLIAM L07/17/1864GA
BROXTON HOMERGA
BRYANTNEEDHAM B05/27/1862MISS
BURDICKB B08/21/1865GA
BURKEMARY E06/28/192243 BN VA CAV
BURKETHOMAS T10/26/191643 BN VA CAV
BURNSJOHN06/16/1862NC
BURROWSFRANCIS MMUS8/10/1922VA
BUTLERJOHN F06/28/1865GA
BYASSEETHOMAS WVA INF
CAINWILLIAM B06/12/1862ALA
CALLAGHANJOHN T02/21/1918VA
CANNONC MGA
CANNONH W09/02/1862GA
CANNONJ CALA
CAPPS EDWARD WCAPT02/23/1864VA
CARLTONT R07/14/1862NC
CARROLLD L05/14/1863ALA
CHEWMARGARET HM CHEW07/19/1940MISS
CHEWMONROE GM CHEWMISS
CHISELDINEWILLIAM CMD
CHISMJ R06/21/1862VA
CHRISTOPHERT C05/24/1862SG
CLAGETT EDWARD LSGT4/10/1930MD
CLEMENTSFRANCIS J8/2/1923MD
CLEMENTS JEANNETTE F03/17/1921MD
COLEWILLIAM H05/24/1862VA
COLEMAN DANIEL G05/26/1863NC
COLEMANE RMISS
COLQUITT W H01/08/1863GA
CONAGHANJAMES06/15/1864GA
CONLEYDAN03/25/1863
CONNER ALFRED05/12/1844
COOK ELIAS MLIEUT05/25/1862ALA
COOKENOCH11/14/1910VA
COOPERANDREW JVA
CORDERALEXANDER12/25/1862VA
COWAN THOMASLT10/05/1862NC
COXJ W12/28/1863NC
CRAFTN L01/11/1864NC
CRANDALLLEECOLONEL09/13/192647 ARK CAV
CRANFORD ELIZABETHSGT1/8/1926GA
CRANFORDHORACE LSEPG12/21/1918GA
CRAWFORDWILLIAMGA
CRONANJERRY06/02/1864GA
CRONEH WVA
CROSSCHARLES N 02/19/1908
CROUCH CHARLES C09/29/1919MO
CROUCH JENNIE P7/7/1916MO
CURRY JOHN A08/11/1864GA
DAVIDSONMARTHA E6/2/1939MD
DAVIDSONWILLIAM11/7/1924MD
DAVISJOSHUA01/23/1915ARTY
DAVIS WELDON ECAPTAIN11/22/186330 NC IN
DAWSONROBERTA C02/23/1935VA
DAYMONDGEORGE
DE SHIELDSGEORGE DSGT11/27/1918
DEANJ F01/02/1864NV
DEARINGWILLIAM R
DELEON PERRY M09/17/1922ASST
DONOHOO JAMES05/26/1862ALA
DRAKE GERSHAM6/12/1921VA
DREW JOHNCAPT07/31/1917VA
DUFFEY JEFFERSON W10/11/1929VA
DUFFEY NANNIE T07/29/1941VA
DUNNINGTON CHARLES A02/28/1921VA
DYESSWILLIAM HCORP12/28/1864GA
EARLEYALLEN H04/11/1865GA
EDMONSTONGABRIEL05/16/191841 VA INF
EDMONSTONROBERTAb. 2-12-187103/18/195441 VA INF
ELAMHENRY T05/29/1862VA
ELLENJAMES BSGT12/09/1863NC
EMBREYCHARLES O2/12/1925VA
EMBRY SAMANTHA E06/24/1922VA
EMMARTESTHER N05/13/1935
EMORY JAMES11/16/1867
EPPSJ L04/28/1865
ESTERS WILLIAM06/18/1862SC
ESTESDAVID N2LT5/12/1925TENN
ESTES ELDRA J2LT3/1/1939
EVANSFRANK D1/1/1918VA
EVANSJANE7/6/1937VA
EZEKIELMOSES J03/27/1917
FAIRFAXHENRY M02/14/1928VA
FARMERNOAH05/25/1862VA
FARRELLTHOMAS WCAPT09/28/1864MISS
FEAST LOUDONCO C6/11/1912MD INF
FEASTMARY01/18/1934MD INF
FERNEYHOUGHJENNIE A12/4/1943VA
FERRELLEPHRIAM10/8/1928
FERRELL MARY E05/20/1931VA
FIELDELIJAH K05/18/1865GA
FIELDGEORGE W8/5/1918VA
FINCHJOHN11/26/1863NC
FINDLEY THOMAS9/6/1914VA
FINNEYMARY E07/20/1922VA
FINNEYTHOMAS02/26/1915VA
FINNEYMARY E07/20/1922VA
FINNEYTHOMAS02/26/1915VA
FLANNERYPHIL H05/23/1862ALA
FOLLINJOHN M4TH VA CAV
FONESHENRY R01/27/1863VA
FOREMANJAMES04/01/1865ALA
FURRFRANK N05/29/1862ALA
GARRISONANN ESGT12/13/1922VA
GENRARD JOSEPH06/28/1865GA
GEUSSL G09/26/1863MISS
GLEASE LEWIS
GOLDSMITHTHEODOCIA H10/19/1932ASST SURG
GOLDSMITHWILLIAM T2/5/1918ASST SURG
GOODENER JOHN06/08/1862VA
GRADYPOWELL CCAPT4/12/1922
GRADYSUSAN ACAPT12/17/1928ASST
GRAVESI TGA
GRAYW J
GRAYSONS M2/1/1919MD
GREENROBERT R9/3/1920VA
GREENEJ C11/17/1867GA
GRIGSBYLOVINASGT11/4/1921VA
GRIGSBYW SSGT06/28/1932VA
GROVERALBERT S02/24/1913VA
GUNNELLHENRY L2LT04/19/1917VA
GUSSTONW HNC
HAGANS JOSIAH HGA
HALLG W09/19/1867GA
HARDYJAMES TSGT04/05/1865GA
HARRIS JOHN09/12/1862NC
HARRIS REUBEN T07/17/1864ALA
HARROVERHIRAM CIST SGT01/14/1912VA
HARROVERROBERT M06/26/1917VA
HASKINS ELIZABETH VMUS11/12/1929VA
HASKINS JOHN RMUS8/1/1928VA
HAWKINSMARCUS11/19/1923VA
HAWLEY GEORGE W7/11/1919TEX
HEAVENERW A
HEISTON THORNTON BCAPT3/7/1916
HENDERSON ANDREW03/16/1930SC SS
HENNESSEYD08/27/1862ALA
HERODWILLIAM04/14/1865ALA
HERRELL HENRY A07/22/1913VA
HICKEYFANNIE BCAPT01/14/19336 MO INF
HICKEYJOHN MCAPT1/10/19276 MO INF
HICKMAN BENJAMIN H02/08/1862GA
HICKMAN THOMAS H08/08/1864GA
HILLSAMUEL12/20/1863NC
HODGKINSW06/07/1862VA
HOGANLAFAYETTE01/01/1863TENN
HOLDER WILLIAM05/31/1862VA
HOLMES GEORGE J06/08/1864GA
HOLTG L11/09/1893
HOWARD HARMAN07/23/1864ALA
HOWELLFRANCIS A02/15/1919VA
HUBBARD GEORGE W06/16/1862VA
HUBBARD JOHN D01/22/1863FLA
HUDDLESONJOHNCAPT3/11/1922VA
HUDDLESON MARY ECAPT01/16/1922VA
HUDSONT H06/06/1864VA
HUFFMANJAMESb. 1-31-184004/14/1922VA
HUGHESBIRTIE K2/11/1921VA LT ARTY
HUGHESRYLAND B12/6/1916VA LT ARTY
HUGHES SAMUEL07/08/1865VA
HUNGERFORDTHOMAS W3/9/1923GA
HUNTER ALEXANDER06/30/1914VA
HUNTER FILAH A8/1/1915VA
HUTCHINSONPHILIP AUGUSTUS2/11/1925VA
HUTCHINSON SUSIE L11/5/1928VA
IMBODEN ELIZABETH SSCT MAJ11/11/1919CAV
IMBODENJAMES ASCT MAJ2/4/1928CAV
INKFIELD WILLIAM11/15/1867
JACKSONJOHN AGA
JACKSON WYATT07/06/1862FLA
JARVIS ROBERTA E5/8/1931VA
JARVISWILLIAM5/4/1916VA
JENKINS HORATIO NCAPT03/29/1915LA
JENKINS SARAHCAPT10/24/1927LA
JENKINSW NMISS
JENKINS WILLIAM E12/31/1863SC
JESSUPSGA
JOHNSON GEORGE05/21/1863MISS
JOHNSONOLIVER P10/13/1908VA
JOHNSONRICHARD12/16/1924VA
ARMESJ TSC
JOHNSONROBERT08/25/1863NC
JOHNSTONFANNY11/29/1922
JOHNSTONGEORGE S6/2/1928MARINE CORPS
JONESCHARLES M05/19/1862MISS
JONESWILLIAM B11/15/1865GA
JORDAN FLEMMING08/02/1864
JORDAN JOHN FCAPT08/29/1862VA
JOYCEG08/07/1863VA
KENNEMANWILLIS06/05/1864ALA
KEPHARTJOHN A11/18/1929VA
KEPHARTMARY E2/4/1940VA
KEYJOHN F4/10/1904FORREST SCO
KEY MINTER P05/16/1916TENN
KEYES WILLIAM01/24/1864
KIMPLE FRITZ08/31/1864MISS
KINGA02/02/186455 NC INF
KINGJ FLT COL8/5/1915VA
KINGTHOMAS DSGT01/09/1864LA
KINGWILLIAM G05/19/1862VA
KINKINGNC
KIRBY BENJAMIN FSGT01/12/1864VA
KIRK JOHN05/21/1862VA
KIRKRollin H7/7/1922SC
KIRKLAND JOSHUAGA
KNOWLESB01/03/1863GA
KRICKLAND JOSHUAGA
LT J12/20/1862CSA
LASHADASGT09/17/1939GRMIS PRTY
LASHGEORGE WSGT10/11/1908GRMIS PRTY
LAWHORNEHENRY EVA
LAYTHELDRED S04/22/1865GA
LEACOCKJOHN
LEWIS SAMUEL ECAPT11/17/1917ASST SURG
LITTLEPAGEBETTIE H06/17/1937VA
LITTLEPAGEJ C10/27/1933VA
LLOYDG F06/09/1864GA
LOCKER JACOB M03/19/1934VLA LT ARTY
LOONEYT J05/23/1862LA
LOOPGEORGE W05/19/1862
LOOPNOT CAPTURED05/23/1862VA
LOVELESS WILLIAM
LOVING PIERCE04/24/1932VA
LOWRANCEC E11/07/186357 NC INF
LYDDANEJAMES08/17/1913VA
LYDDANEMARY10/15/1940VA
LYNNJAMES11/22/1864MISS
MANYROBERT PCORP
MARCHANT HENRY MCAPT02/24/1907
MARMADUKEHENRY HIST LT11/15/1924PRO NAVY
MARSHALL JESSE E06/12/1862NC
MATHEWS JOHN W1/12/1909VA
MCALLISTER ALBERT L02/13/1931VA
MCALLISTER ANDREW07/03/1862MISS
MCCLAINW L05/16/1863GA
MCCLENDONJAMESGA
MCCORDJAMESSGT06/09/1864GA
MCCULLENJAMES06/25/1863
MCCUMMINGSAMANDA11/29/1920MD
MCDONALLJALA
MCELVEEN ELIAS08/16/1864GA
MCFARLAND ELLEN11/15/1931VA
MCFARLANDHENRY D1/10/1918VA
MCGEETHOMASALA
MCLENDONW J06/15/1862GA
MCMEEKIN THOMAS05/20/1864
MEAD JOHN05/13/1863ALA
MEARS WILLIAM S10/8/1938 CO B 19 BN VA HVY ARTY
MEEKSMARTHA A10/7/1935VA
MERCHANT EMMA6/3/1934VA
MERCHANTISAAC N10/19/1933VA
MEREDITHWINSTONCORPJONE'S PRTY
MEULINM03/25/1863
MILLERFRED W10/7/1916VA
MILLERJOHN S05/15/1921VA
MILLERMINNIE I04/30/1936VA
MILSTEAD JOSEPH H1/6/1924MD
MOHLERD JPVT1/6/192443RD VA CAV
MOHLERLAURAPVT7/6/192543RD VA CAV
MONROEG01/14/1864
MOOMAWSAMUEL09/18/1863VA
MOOREJULIAN GCAPT02/28/1929NC
MOOREWILLIAM E11/27/1920NC
MORGANTIMOTHY F04/06/1865ALA
MORRISAARON06/13/1864GA
 VIRGINIA VIRGINIA01/16/1916VA
MOSS PETER05/30/1862VA
MULLINS JAMES RMISS
MURPHY JOHN A06/20/1862VA
MUSEJOHN A08/31/1843VA CAV
MUSE ROSE LEEb. 4-27-187103/15/1934VA CAV
MUSTAIN ANDREW J05/11/186321 VA INF
NAIL JAMES04/10/1864GA
NAUCKJOHN D2/2/1925VA
NAUCKMARTHA A04/22/1927VA
NEILLISAAC04/19/1865MISS
NEWCOMBJOHN J04/16/191656 VA INF
NEWCOMBMARGARET A11/18/192556 VA INF
NICHOLSWILLIAM HCAPT05/18/1925TEX
NICKENSJONATHAN05/21/1862NC
NICKSW L07/19/1864ALA
NORTONROSA B08/28/1939MISS
NORWOODJAMES WALA
NOWELLARTHUR FPVT05/29/186431 GA INF
ORCHARDFRANCES BCROP05/25/1920SC
OVERCASH H W12/10/1863NC
OWENSALFRED7/12/1918SC
PAGEJOHN M09/17/1864GA
PAGEWILLIAM4/4/1914CO B 2 MD INF
PALMERHEZEKIAH S10/10/1863MISS
PANNILLJOHN B2/4/1929VA
PARRY ELLA H5/2/1931COD 53 VA INE
PARRYRICHARD LSGT03/22/1914CO D 53 VA INE
PARSONSW G
PAXTONJOSEPH MCORP08/16/1921VA
PAYNEAMOS P5/1/1929VA
PENDLETONC M02/19/1919VA
PERKINSW J06/29/1864CAV
PERRYJESSE M06/13/1864GA
PERSONSBENJAMIN F07/03/1864GA
PETTYHENRY S08/17/1918VA
PETTYJAMES T3/5/1929VA
PFAFFANDREW12/29/1862NC
PHILLIPSWILLIAM A07/25/1864GA
PLUMHENRY L2/4/1921ALA
PLUMMARGARET4/8/1937ALA
POERJOHN A08/23/1863GA
POLLARDW O05/19/1863NC
POOLMILES06/05/1864GA
POWELLJAMES P07/16/19113 CO A HOWITZWRS
POWELLLAURA W01/24/19533 CO A HOWITZERS
PRICEIDA11/18/1942VA
PRICEJAMES B04/28/1920VA
PRICE LUCY AI LIEUT06/16/1925VA
PRICEMARTIN LI LIEUT04/17/1921VA
PROTHISPINCKNEY08/03/1863GA
PURSEJ W05/29/1864
QUINNMICHAEL05/18/1864MISS
RALPHJ B06/14/1862NC
RANEYJ S02/15/1864ALA
RASHURIAH12/29/1863NC
RAYNERGEORGE W05/07/1865ALA
REA A T05/22/1862VA
REEPOBED02/02/1864NC
REESEMARTIN08/11/1863MISS
REHILLANNIE11/15/1914VA
REHILLEDWARD09/25/1914VA
REIDJULIA C08/30/1918VA
REIDSAMUEL D11/7/1914VA
RENFRALWILLIAM SLIEUT08/12/1864GA
REYNOLDSW FLA
RICEGEORGE W06/28/1862VA
RIELG WCROP11/14/1863NC
RILEY J L06/03/1865MISS
ROBERTSH H09/05/1865MISS
ROBERTSJOHNCO D 15 ALA INF
RODGERSTHOMASGA
ROGERSJOHN H04/18/1865GA
ROGERSN A12/07/1863NC
ROYEMILY H11/2/1932VA
ROYRICHARD B01/31/1921VA
ROYSTONC BALA
RUDD J E05/18/1917ALA
RUSSELLJ S05/05/1865ALA
RUSSELLJAMESGA
SANDLINJAMES09/19/1867ALA
SAXONJAMES M12/04/1863CO D 9 LA INF
SAYLESGREENCORP12/01/1863LA
SCAGGSEDWARD O04/27/1933MD
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SCOTTW A2 LT12/27/1914GA
SCROGGINPEYTON R06/23/1862VA
SEAYRICHARD B7/2/1937VA
SHAWHENRY M06/10/1865ALA
SHILBYMARY Vb. 12-25-187805/18/1963CO C 21 REGT VA INF
SHOLLETTEC B06/14/1863WHITE'S BTRY
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SINCLAIRCARRIE L05/14/1916CO K 17 REGT VA INF
SINCLAIR WALLACE W06/25/1917VA
SINKW A02/19/1864CO F 15 NO INF
SIZERLUCIEN DCORP02/23/1918VA
SIZERMARY ECORP9/4/1923VA
SMITHCATHARINE M4/3/1924VA
SMITHCROMONIO02/29/1920VA
SMITHEDWARD T7/8/1918VA
SMITHGEORGE HALA
SMITH J AGA
SMITHMARGARET MCAPT1/3/1917VA
SMITHNATHANIEL JCAPT12/13/1912VA
SMITHORLANDO F01/16/1916VA
SNYDERCHARLES A09/20/1915VA
SNYDERWILLIAM08/31/1865GA
SOMMERSMARGARET M01/29/1923
SOMMERSSIMON L11/13/1913
SPANNHENRY10/06/1864FLA
SPRYJAMES12/2/1924NC
SPRYMARY I04/14/1921NC
STANLEYE B07/18/1864GA
STEEVERWESTLT COL09/14/1907LA
STONEWILLIAM01/17/1863SC
STONEBURNERMARTHA VSGT1/5/1940CO I S VA INF
STONEBURNERSAMUEL GSGT11/16/1919CO I S VA INF
STRAYHORNEWILLIAM01/20/1864NC
SUMRALLJOSEPH G12/29/1862MISS
SWANSONSIMEONCORP01/12/1864NC
TAYLORC WCORP12/28/1862GA
TAYLORDAVID L06/25/1864GA
TAYLORWILSON04/22/1865ALA
TENNENTJOHN CASST ENGR11/7/1913
THOMAS J P02/06/1864
THOMPSONGEORGE CMUS02/21/1920VA
THOMPSONGEORGE E6/12/1921VA
THOMPSONLOUISA02/21/1920VA
THOMPSONMARY T8/11/1915WIFE OF PVT M S THOMPSON
THOMPSONT BALA
THOMPSONWILLIAM TCAPT03/30/1920MO
THRELKELDFRANCIS M10/01/1864GA
THRIFTBENJAMIN03/27/1921VA
TODDSOPHIA6/7/1935IA
TODDWILHAM E05/25/1925IA
TRIPPWILLIAM C06/25/1865TENN
TUCKERW05/21/1863CO C 34 NO INF
TURNERTHOMAS CCORPGA
UNKNOWN
UNKNOWN
UNKNOWN
UNKNOWN
UNKNOWN
UNKNOWN
UNKNOWN
UNKNOWN
UNKNOWN
UNKNOWN
UNKNOWN
UNKNOWN06/01/1862
UTTERBACKJOHN4/2/1929VA
WALDRIPANDREW J06/09/1864GA
WALKERALEXANDER1/11/1914VA
WALKERCORA H12/24/1918VA
WALLACE J H09/25/1865GA
WALLACEMICHAEL04/27/1920VA
WALLERELIZABETH D02/22/1933CO K 20 TENN CAV
WALSH ALICE M9/1/1911FAYETTE ARTY
WALSH JOHN H2/12/1918FAYETTE ARTY
WALSTONRUFUS06/10/1862NC
WATERSHUGH11/3/1927VA
WESTJAMES
WESTWILLIAM C05/04/1865ALA
WHALEYGEORGE
WILKERSONCOLUMBIA T08/27/1884VA
WILKERSONFANNIE M03/03/1882VA
WILKERSON THOS J10/22/1899VA
WILKERSONW L07/25/1934VA
WILKERSONWILLIAM08/11/1865ALA
WILLIAMSASACORP02/20/1864NC
WILLIAMSJAMES BSGT04/19/1927VA
WILLIAMSJAMES HI LIEUT05/16/1909GA
WILSONJ W01/09/1864NC
WILSONROBERT02/27/1939CO D I MD CAV
WOLFETHURSTON09/26/1918VA
WOLFEVIRGINIA ASHBY09/25/1925VA
WOODROBERT07/05/1862VA
WOODSONCECELIA A6/9/1940VA
WOODSONWALTER N01/21/1920VA
WOODWARDCOLUMBUS O02/23/1920MD
WOODWARDDANIEL3/10/1930VA
WOODWARDEMMETSURG05/14/1909
WOODWARDEMMETTSURG05/14/1909
WOODWARD LAURA VIRGINIA01/27/1938MD
WORLEYWILLIAMDAV VILLE BTRY
WORTHAMJAMES A04/21/1913VA
WORTHAMSARAH F10/3/1925VA
WRIGHTMARCUS JBRIG GEN12/26/1922GHEATHAM S DIVISION
WYATTJOHN W12/5/1924VA
YEATMAN CHARLOTTE E4/4/1939VA
YONTPETER11/10/1863NC

 


1 That registration was approved for the property's entry onto the National Register of Historic Places April 11, 2014.

2 Patterson, https://www.arlingtoncemetery.net/history-of-the-csa-memorial-at-anc-1914.htm.

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