Interesting Individuals, Tombstones, & Gravesites

Since there are too many to list all on the home page, here is a more complete compilation of all the individuals, tombstones, and gravesites that struck me as interesting, and that I chose to highlight on the Southern Graves site. As always, you may find more articles of interest at my various blogs:

Rose Hill Cemetery; Macon, Georgia

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- 1st Lieut. Eugene C. Jeffers, One of the "Immortal 600"

- A Remarkable Funeral: Burial of the Victims of the Woolfolk Tragedy

- Alfred Cranford Murdered. Sam Hose Lynched.

- And the Road Goes on Forever: Duane Allman & Berry Oakley

- Brigadier General James Gunn and His Political Ruination

- From the Life of General Thomas Pinckney

- It's Time for You to Get Low

- John Buckley & the Congressional Medal of Honor

- "Little Mary Marsh" of the Marsh Juvenile Comedians Troupe

- Lothrop Withington, Noted Genealogist Lost at Sea

- Louis Behrens, Famous Fireman

- My Journey to Visit the Brother that Did Not Survive

- North Carolina's Greatest Man: Zebulon Baird Vance

- O. Henry - Author, Cowboy, Druggist, Sheep Herder, & Convicted Embezzler

- Remember the Rohna. Remember Clinton Witehead.

- Robert J. Anderson, Confederate Soldier at Gettysburg

- To the Asylum Goes the Murderess Julia Force

- William Zeigler: the Man, His Vault, & His Woman Slave Mary


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