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Arkansas Confederates buried in Oakwoods Cemetery, Richmond, Virginia

Sherman Lee Pompey

Arkansas Confederates buried in Oakwoods Cemetery, Richmond, Virginia

by Sherman Lee Pompey

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Published by Western Oregon Genealogical Research Library in Eugene, Or .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementby Sherman Lee Pompey.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsMLCM 81/1652
The Physical Object
Pagination2 leaves ; 28 cm.
Number of Pages28
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL4165265M
LC Control Number80147086

Hollywood Cemetery is a large, sprawling cemetery located next to Richmond, Virginia's Oregon Hill neighborhood at South Cherry Street. Characterized by rolling hills and winding paths overlooking the James River, it is the resting place of two United States Presidents, James Monroe and John Tyler, as well as the only Confederate States President, Jefferson y: United States. Title: Richmond, Virginia. Graves of Confederate soldiers in Oakwood Cemetery Date Created/Published: Apr. Medium: 1 negative: glass, stereograph, wet collodion ; 4 x 10 in. Reproduction Number: LC-DIG-cwpb (digital file from original neg.) Rights Advisory: No known restrictions on publication.

Confederate Soldiers of Hollywood Cemetery. Hollywood's ninety foot granite pyramid, completed in , is a monument to 18, Confederate enlisted men buried nearby. They went into battle for what seemed then a noble cause . Buy Maryland Confederates buried in Oakwoods cemetery, Richmond, Virginia by Sherman Lee Pompey (ISBN:) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on Author: Sherman Lee Pompey.

Oakwood Cemetery Richmond, VA The Confederate Section of the Oakwood Cemetery in Richmond, Virginia is the resting place for o Confederate Soldiers buried in one section making it one of the largest military cemeteries in America. These soldiers were the casualties of the battles around Richmond including the Seven Days Campaign. Cemetery for Hebrew Confederate Soldiers: The Hebrew Confederate cemetery on Shockoe Hill in Richmond, Virginia, is the one of the only Jewish military cemeteries* in the world outside the state of Israel. The cemetery is maintained by Congregation Beth Ahabah. Close-up of plaque in cemetery with names of soldiers buried there.


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Arkansas Confederates buried in Oakwoods Cemetery, Richmond, Virginia [Sherman Lee. Pompey] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying : Sherman Lee. Pompey. Oakwood Cemetery was the final resting place of soldiers who died in treatment at Chimborazo Hospital, a massive facility on Church Hill, along with casualties from several battles fought in the Richmond area.

By the end of the war, the Confederate section of the cemetery covered about acres and contained aro on: Nine Mile Road.

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Oakwood Cemetery - * Approximat Confederate soldiers are buried at Oakwood cemetery in Richmond, Virginia. Most are unknown and a large number were killed in (Gaines' Mill possibly).

The following are views of the cemetery taken in March, The Confederate section of the cemetery is approximately acres. The Confederates buried in Oakwood were largely the casualties of the major Arkansas Confederates buried in Oakwoods Cemetery fought to defend Richmond from northern invasion beginning in the summer ofincluding the Seven Days Campaign, Gaines Mill, Cold Harbor, Malvern Hill, Mechanicsville, Savage’s Station, and Beaver Dam Creek.

Oakwood Cemetery was established in as a public burial ground by the city of Richmond. The first burials in the cemetery occurred in The Richmond City Council created a standing Committee on Burying Grounds to oversee the development and administration of the municipal cemeteries.

Richmond, City. Confederate War Dead Buried in Hollywood Cemetery and Oakwood Cemetery Register of Interments in Confederate Plots.

Microfilm Reels and Records, –, listing Confederate soldiers buried in Hollywood and Oakwood Cemeteries in Richmond, Virginia. During and after the Civil War, up to 17, Confederates were buried at Oakwood, with many of the dead arriving from nearby Chimborazo hospital.

Gravediggers at Oakwood struggled to keep up with the rising numbers of wartime burials, and their labor was apparently supplemented at times by Union prisoners of war. Mr Spratt headed the listing as follows: "Confederate Deaths, Stanardsville, Va.

Greene County". This list is incomplete. Many of these soldiers are buried in the little Confederate Graveyard on the property of the Shiloh Baptist Church." The size is approximately 18' x 27'.

Some of the soldiers listed in this graveyard may be buried here or Location: Shiloh Road, Stanardsville, Greene. Oakwood Cemetery is a large, city-owned burial ground in the East End of Richmond, Virginia.

Richmond established its first municipal cemetery at Shockoe Hill in The ground was very popular, and by the early s, space was scarce for new on: Richmond, Virginia. Full text of "Register of Confederate soldiers who died in Camp Douglas, and lie buried in Oakwoods Cemetery, Chicago, Ills., " See other formats Class b- 4 / ^ Rook / Diur COPYRIGHT DGPOSm I •Sis / keal for Monumental Aid ROSTKR)NFEDERATE DeAD BURIBD IN.

Oakwoods Cemetery CHICAGO, ILLS. texts All Books All Texts latest This Just In Smithsonian Libraries FEDLINK Register of the Confederate dead, interred in Hollywood Cemetery, Richmond, Va Item Preview interred in Hollywood Cemetery, Richmond, Va by Hollywood Memorial Association of Richmond (Va.) Publication date Pages: The first burials at Richmond National Cemetery were reinterments from Oakwood and Hollywood cemeteries in Richmond, the cemetery at Belle Island Confederate Prison, the battlefields of Cold Harbor and Seven Pines, and from locations in Chesterfield and Hanover counties, Va.

Richmond National Cemetery was listed on the National Register of. Friends of Oakwood Cemetery RVA. likes 5 talking about this. Restoration of the Confederate section of Oakwood Cemetery in Richmond, VA.

by Placing Up Right Markers on Our Soldiers. Not Bldg Followers:   Oakwood is the lesser known of Confederate cemetaries in Richmond, but it is just as important in several ways.

It was the cemetary where soldiers that died at Chimborazo hospital were interred. By the end of the war there were somewhere between 16 buried. Register of the Confederate Dead, Interred in Hollywood Cemetery, Richmond, Virginia Richmond, Virginia.

Jones, Printers, (FHL book V3r; film ) Richmond was a major burial site during the war. Ab soldiers are interred there in the Hollywood Cemetery. Confederate dead interred in Hollywood Cemetery, Richmond, Va., from the state of Mississippi Family History Library. Barton Heights Find a Grave.

Beth Torah Cemetery Find a Grave. Bethlehem Baptist Church Cemetery Find a Grave. Bethlehem Baptist Church Cemetery Find a Grave. Beulah Presbyterian Church Cemetery US Gen Web Archives.

Big Oaks Cemetery. Shockoe Hill Cemetery. Located in the downtown area of Richmond on Hospital Street. Within its grounds are buried such luminaries as John Marshall, the revered U.S. Supreme Court Justice; Elmira Shelton, said to be Edgar Allan Poe's fiance and inspiration for the "Lost Lenore" of his poem.

The caring memorial directors at Oakwood Cemetery provide specialized funeral services designed to meet the needs of each family. The memorial director will guide you through all facets of the program; including memorial flowers, casket choices, suitable music selection, and local on: Nine Mile Rd, Richmond, VA.

A monument at a cemetery in North Alton, Ill., where most of the Confederate dead were buried, lists 1, names of Confederate soldiers known to have died at Alton Prison. Camp Douglas “It is a place long forgotten, a site of calculated humiliation and torture on a scale unknown in American history.

The book "is a tribute to Richmond's grand old cemetery and the soldiers buried there. Individual readers will find Southerners at Rest to be impressive in its scope and fascinating in detail, but the book will also prove to be a valuable resource for libraries and genealogists." --C.

L. Bragg, "Confederate Veteran" magazine, January/February /5(6).Hollywood Cemetery Company South Cherry Street Richmond, VA Phone () Fax () [email protected][Richmond, Va.

Graves of Confederate soldiers in Oakwood Cemetery, with board markers] Summary Photograph from the main eastern theater of war, fallen Richmond, April-June Created / Published Subject Headings.