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Located at Resaca Confederate Cemetery

Confederate Cemetery


Established shortly after the war by Miss

Mary J. Green & Associates for burial of Con-

federate soldiers who fell at the Battle of


May 14, 1864, Maj. Gen. A. P. Stewart's Div.,

Hood's A. C. (rt. of Johnston's line) posted

600 yds. N. E. attacked Stanley's Div., 4th A.

C. near Nance's Spring and drove it N. W.

to old Union Ch. above the County Line.

May 15, Stewart again attacked the Federals

posted 1/4 mi. S. of the County Line (near

Scales house) but failed to dislodge Williams'

Div., 20th Corps.


Other Gordon County Historical Markers
Resaca Confederate Cemetery Entrance
History of Resaca Cemetery
Resaca Confederate Cemetery Interments - with tombstone photos
Resaca Confederate Cemetery Plaque on Entrance Arch
Resaca Confederate Cemetery Photos
Resaca Confederate Cemetery Interments - with tombstone photos

Resaca Battlefield National Historic Marker

Resaca Confederate Cemetery Marker

Resaca Battle Ground - 1864
Resaca Battlefield - 2005

Photo taken by Beth Shaw, GAGenWeb Gordon County Coordinator


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