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Stonewall Confederate Cemetery

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  • Lt Col. (CSA), Waller Tazewell Patton (1835 - 1863)
    Waller Patton was a great-uncle of American World War II General, George S. Patton. Waller Tazewell Patton (July 15, 1835 – July 21, 1863), was a professor, attorney, and an officer of the Confederat...
  • Lt.(CSA), William Beavens (c.1840 - 1864)
    Birth: unknown Death: Jul. 31, 1864 CSA: Company D, 43rd North Carolina. Below info by Robert I added two photos to William Beavens stone. I wish I had his birthdate for you - he is a distant cou...
  • Col. (CSA), George Smith Patton, Sr. (1833 - 1864)
    Wikipedia of Colonel George S. Patton Note: Col. Patton is the grandfather of his namesake, General George S. Patton, III, of WWII fame. Wikipedia, General George S. Patton George Smith Patton (183...
  • Brig. Gen. Turner Ashby, (CSA) (1828 - 1862)
    Turner Ashby, Jr. (October 23, 1828 – June 6, 1862) was a Confederate cavalry brigadier general in the American Civil War. He had achieved prominence as Thomas J. "Stonewall" Jackson's cavalry comman...
  • Capt. Richard Ashby, (CSA) (1831 - 1861)
    Richard was killed during an engagement with a Union patrol along the Potomac in June 1861. After he had a chance to examine the corpse, Richard's brother, Brig. General Turner Ashby, Jr. was convinced...

The Stonewall Confederate Cemetery is the last resting place for over 3000 Confederate soldiers who died in the fields and hospitals around Winchester, Virginia. Dedicated in 1866, it is part of the Mount Hebron cemetery complex and is the final resting place for such famous soldiers as General Turner Ashby (and his brother) and General Robert Johnson. Separated into smaller sections, one for each State, the cemetery is home to many proud monuments in addition to the remains of over 400 unknown Confederate Soldiers.

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