Catawba County Soldiers

The following is a photographic record of the final
resting places of brave Catawba soldiers.

They died elsewhere, or never received a proper burial.
This is how we choose to honor them in a final remembrance.


Color guard from the Burke Tigers, SCV, Camp 2162, honors four soldiers
from several Catawba County Drum families who died while serving their country.


The following are past, present and future memorial goals and projects:

DATE PROJECT COMMENTS
21 Nov 1998 Daniel C. Wilson
RECOGNIZE-MARK-PRESERVE
Arney Chapel Cemetery
8 Feb 2003 Benjamin F. Wagner
RECOGNIZE-MARK-PRESERVE
St. Peters Luth.
18 Apr 2003 Maxwell Fulbright
RECOGNIZE-MARK-PRESERVE
to be announced
23 Oct 2004 Wm. Silas Deal
RECOGNIZE-MARK-PRESERVE
St. Johns Luth.
17 Jan 2005 Thomas B. Litton
PRESERVE
Concord Meth.
18 Jun 2005 James Lawson Wilson
RECOGNIZE-MARK-PRESERVE
Setzer/Wilson Cem.
21 Aug 2005 Jonas Hunsucker
MARK-PRESERVE
St. Johns Luth.
24 Jun 2006 Cline Soldiers
RECOGNIZE-MARK-PRESERVE
St. Johns Luth.
8 Jul 2006 Wilson Soldiers
RECOGNIZE-MARK-PRESERVE
Startown Baptist
20 Oct 2007 Bolch brothers
RECOGNIZE-MARK-PRESERVE
Bolch Cemetery
14 Sep 2008 Elijah Killian
RECOGNIZE-MARK-PRESERVE
St. Stephens Luth.
28 Sep 2008 Drum soldiers
RECOGNIZE-MARK-PRESERVE
Pisgah Methodist
27 May 2012 Noah & Elijah Simmons Simmons Cemetery
1 Jul 2012 Jacob & Elkana Lanier Lanier/Huffman Cemetery

 

Index of Catawba County Soldiers
who fought for their homeland.


IF ANYONE CAN PROVIDE PHOTOS OF CATAWBA COUNTY
CONFEDERATE VETERANS OR THEIR GRAVE STONES,
PLEASE CONTACT ME:


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Derick S. Hartshorn - 2008
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