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Soldiers at Rest
in the Confederate Cemetery







The names of the Confederate soldiers recorded below have been compiled from a list published in the Fayetteville Democrat in 1874 by the ladies of the Southern Memorial Association. Other names have been added which were listed in a history book about the Southern Memorial Association compliled by SMA member Rowena Gallaway in 1956, as well as newspaper obituaries and ongoing research.
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ARKANSAS TROOPS:

BARNETT, Thomas L.--(1839-1862) Co. A 34th Ark. Inf.

BLACK, _____

BLAKE, James (Benton County)

BUTLER, Benjamin (VanBuren County)

CAMPBELL, Alex (from Cane Hill)

COPELAND, J.F. (Sevier County)

DAVIS, James (13 Nov 1820 - 19 Apr 19 1863) Died in the Battle of Fayetteville

EDWARDS, George with Tuck Smith's Company

ENYART, Humphrey

FAULKNER, Albert

GREENWOOD, Jackson (Lawrence County)

HARRISON, 3rd Lt.James M.--(1821-26 Mar 1906) Co. H 15th Ark. Inf.

HARRISON, William

HUTCHENSON, R.C.

J.,T.T. from Hempstead County

LEWIS, Dock (Cave Creek)

MOULDER, _____ (from Fort Smith)

NARRAD, Jeremiah with Hill's Regt.

PATTON, James A.

PAULEY, Q.M. Sgt. Andrew C. (wounded in Battle of Fayetteville, died June 1863), Mack Rieff's Company

PERKINS, Thomas (from Washington County)

POPE, _____ From Benton County

PREWETT, _____

PULLMAN,_____ (Stand Watie's Regiment)

RAGSDALE, William Benjamin (Washington County)

REYNOLDS, T.J.

ROBBINS, Lewis (Washington County)

RUDE, William (from Elm Springs)

SHARP, John (from Cane Hill)

SMITH, Joel Flood (killed in Confederate service 23 Feb 1862)

SNIDER, Lewis C. with Hill's Regt.

THORNSBERRY, Hiram Pvt. (1843-1863) Co. C 30th Ark. Inf. Brook's Regiment

TURNER, Thomas

WALKER, W.H. (Washington County)

WHITE, William (Longview, Ashley County)

WILLIAMS, _____

WILSON, Drysdale

WILSON, Malcolm





MISSOURI TROOPS:

ALLEN, W.

BALANCE, William

BALL, Brucie

BALL, John H.

BARNES, James

BARNETT, Allen

BARNETT, William

BARTON, William (Platte County)

BEAULAN, R.C.

BIBB, R.

BLACKSTONE, John

BLISS, Lt. _____ Engineer Corps

BRAKEFIELD, Jesse

BURGETT, Lt. _____ Clark's Battery

BUTLER, William

CASH, James

CLARK, Charley

CLARK, John A.

CLARK, P.H. Rosser's Regt.

COOPER, Capt. Jack

CONROY, A.

COWNING, Doc

DUNAWAY, J.W.

HAWKINS, Grundy Co. G Thomson Regt., Shelby's Regt.

HOWARD, Silas C.

HULL, A. N.

JAMES, Abijah (Platte County)

J.M.

JOBE, William (from California, Missouri)

LANSFORD, B.F. Campbell's Company

LANSFORD, R.E. Campbell's Company

LUCKETT, Henry (his grave is the 5th grave west of the cedar tree in the last row of Missouri graves)

MCGEE, _____, Capt. D. Shelby's Brigade

MARTIN, Isaac Price's command

MARTIN, N.O.

MILLER, T.H.

MOORE, Warren

NORTHCUT, Willis

NOWLAND, Jo

OWEN, James L.

PAGUES, Delloss C.

PANE, Thomas

PANE, Lt.

PARKER, Charles A. (from Henry County, Missouri)

POLK, Sam

PORTER, R.F. Campbell's Company

RICHARDSON, N.A.

ROBBET, James (Macon County)

ROOT, Thomas A.

ROOT, Buel T.

SHUMATE, Bales

SLACK, William Yarnell Brig. Gen. (1816-1862) Mo. State Guards

SMITH, Andrew Green (Pleasant Hill)

SMITH, W. A.

SNODDY, Joseph (Howard County)

STENTON, Elijah

STEPHENS, J.J.

SUMMERS, Albert

TAYLOR, Frank A.

THORP, H.J. Missouri State Guards

VAUGHN, R.J.

WARNER, George B.

WELLS, Joseph

WELLS, J.W.

WELL, William

WILSON, _____

WISTEN, J. Missouri State Guard

YATES, Rube

YOUNG, H.C.





TEXAS TROOPS:

ADAMS, Crockett

ALEXANDER, _____ (Henderson County)

BARTON, _____

BURTON, Thomas

COLLINS, _____ (comrade of R.S. Dean)

DEAN, Rich S. (from Starville)

GAGE, _____

GORDON, John W.

HENRY, Capt. _____

HOBBS, E.M.

HURD, _____

ISOM, _____

McAROY, _____

McCOY, Lt. J.C.

NEWMAN, B.

STEVENS, G.F. Moses' Cavalry

T., H.D.

WADKINS, _____

WHITSETT, T.





LOUISIANA SECTION:

BLAKEMORE, Lee (25 Jan 1818 - 27 Aug 1902) Co. H, 7th Tenn Cav.

BOONE, L. Major 1st Regt. Stirman's Sharpshooters

BOOZER, Charles (1836 - 1919)

CALL, W. D. (13 Nov 1839 - 10 June 1915) Co. C, 34th Ark. Inf.

COOK, Jacob (1840's - 29 May 1887) Co. B, 38th Ala. Inf.)

HANEY, D.B. (died 1918)

MATTHEWS, John (1837 - 12 Dec 1904) Co. E., Gordon's Regt., Cabell's Brigade

RAINWATER, William L. (1841 - 21 Jul 1919)

SHAFFER, Isaac (1835 - 1953) Co. G, 33rd Tenn Inf

STILLWELL, Sgt. Isaac N. (buried 7 Jan 1918) Died at the Confederate Home in Little Rock on 5 Jan 1918. Co. A, 6th Ky. Inf.

TAFF, A.G. (died 24 Apr 1905) Wheeler's Cavalry, 5th Tenn. Served with Bragg and Johnson to the surrender.

TAYLOR, Whitson B.--(1821-26 Mar 1906) Co. C 43rd Ala. Inf.(buried in Louisiana section)

WELLS, J.T. (29 Sep 1836 - 11 Feb 1906)

WHITE, Frank (died 12 Jul 1900)




CIVILIANS BURIED IN THE CEMETERY:

RAINWATER, Mollie Lea (5 Jan 1859 - 27 Nov 1941) SMA member. Buried in the Lousiana section.

PRESTON, Joanna M. (20 Feb 1861 - 16 May 1953) SMA member and sister of Mollie Rainwater. Buried in the Louisiana section.