PHOTOGRAPHS OF STONINGTON'S CIVIL WAR GRAVES

(From Historical Footnotes, May 2000)

Private Charles F. Brown, fifty years old, wounded at Fredericksburg, died November 27, 1862. Buried in Evergreen (Stonington) Cemetery.

Stonington Graves at Andersonville National Historic Site
(Photos courtesy of Al Johnson, National Park Service Volunteer)

Private Robert Sutcliff, captured at Drewry's Bluff; died July 7, 1864, in Andersonville prison.

Private William Thompson, captured at Morton's Ford, Virginia; died July 15, 1864, in Andersonville.

Private Samuel Steele, captured at Mine Run, Virginia, died August 6, 1864, in Andersonville.

Private Benjamin A. Kempton, married in 1863, captured at Drewry's Bluff; died August 22, 1864, in Andersonville.

Corporal Charles J. Edwards, captured at Drewry's Bluff, died September 2, 1864, in Andersonville.

Private Thomas Kane, a draftee, captured at Morton's Ford, Virginia; died September 4, 1864, in Andersonville.

Private Nehemiah D. Tinker, captured at Drewry's Bluff; died September 12, 1864, in Andersonville.

Private Benjamin Crossley, captured at Drewry's Bluff, died September 29, 1864, in Andersonville.