Memorial Stones and Markers of
Catawba County Confederate Soldiers

The following is a visual record of the final resting places of the men from Catawba County who bravely served their country during the War Between the States.

This is an on-going project, the goal of which is to photographically record the last resting places of these brave men and the markers
which commemorate their gallant service for the Confederacy.

These historic cemeteries contain the grave sites (or memorial markers)of
Catawba County, NC soldiers who honorably served their country in the CSA.
Additional sites will be added as time and resources permit.

Arlington National Cemetery
Arlington, VA (2)
Woodlawn National Cemetery
Elmira, NY (20)
Oakwood Cemetery
Hickory, NC (57)
Eastview Cemetery
Newton, NC (45)
Conover City Cemetery
Conover, NC (13)
St. John's Lutheran
Conover, NC (49)
St. Peters's Lutheran
Conover, NC (1+)
St. Timothy Lutheran
Conover, NC (5)
Startown Baptist Church
Newton, NC (13)
St. James Lutheran Church
Newton, NC  (15)
Old St. Paul's Lutheran Church
Newton, NC (41)
Fairgrove Methodist Church
Hickory, NC (5)
Mulls Chapel Baptist Church
Connelly Springs, NC (8)
Bethel Lutheran Church
Claremont, NC (20)
St. Matthews UCC
S. Maiden, NC (13)
Woodland Cemetery
Des Moines, Iowa (1)
Friendship Methodist
Newton, NC (7)
Pisgah Methodist
Bandys Community, NC (14)
Center Methodist  Church
Catawba, NC (5)
Rehobeth Methodist
Terrell, NC (29)
Huffman/Lanier Cemetery
Hickory, NC (4)

An index of the 2,000 Catawba County
Soldiers who fought for their homeland.

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Derick S. Hartshorn - 2008
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