||Large Confederate monument and seven unknown soldiers.
||Oak Grove City Cemetery Confederate Section
||Graves of 129 Confederate soldiers, 45 of them unknown, who
died in local hospitals.
||Andersonville National Cemetery
||Believed to be 13,699 Union soldiers killed in
prisoner of war camps, hospitals, and onbattlefields. More than 16,000 total
interments, including prisoners of war from all wars.
||Oconee Hill Cemetery
||Graves of 12 unknown soldiers. Generals T.R.R.
Cobb, Howell Cobb, Martin Smith, and William M. Brown are buried in their
||Apx. 2,500 Confederate dead and 20 Union dead.
Also buried here are John BrownGordon, Alfred Iverson, Jr., Clement Anselm
Evans, Joseph E. Brown.
Baptist Church Cemetery
||Buried here are apx. 25 Confederates
who died in the Battle of Atlanta and the Battle of Utoy Creek.
||Confederate Memorial and 347 Confederate
veterans in the Confederate section.
||More than 300 Confederate soldiers who died in
local hospitals. In fortified eastwall, patches where cannons were placed
||Reported to be 115 Confederate dead, 84 unknown,
who died in local hospitals, and two Union soldiers.
||Graves of 300 unknown Confederate soldiers. Grave of Gen.
William T. Wofford.
||Tablets feature names of units of Confederate dead. Graves
of two Union soldiers.
||More than 12,000 Union dead, 5,000 unknown.
Union raiders who stole the General in the "Great Locomotive Chase" are
||More than 200 Confederates lie in the army and navy sections.
||Covington Confederate Cemetery, inside Covington
||Buried here are 67 known and eight unknown Confederates.
||An estimated 24 Confederate dead buried here.
||West Hill Cemetery
||A total of 421 unknown Confederate, four known Confederate
and four unknown Union soldiers.
||Forsyth Soldier's Cemetery,inside Forsyth City
||Graves of 299 unknown Confederate soldiers and one known.
Note grave of HonoraSweeney, who died while serving in a Confederate hospital.
||New Park Cemetery
||Graves of nine unknown Confederate soldiers who died in local
||Apx. 20 unknown Confederate soldiers who died in a local train
wreck and in local hospitals.
||Greensboro City Cemetery
||A total of 45 Confederate soldiers buried here, most died
in local hospitals.
||More than 500 Confederate and one Union soldier buried here.
||Patrick R. Cleburne Memorial Cemetery
||An estimated 600-1,000 Confederate soldiers who died in the
Battle of Jonesboro and in local hospitals.
||Graves of 250 unknown Confederate and two Union soldiers.
||Apx. 300 Confederate soldiers are buried here.
||Rose Hill Cemetery
||In Confederate Square lie approximately 600 Confederate and
||Old City Cemetery
||Graves of 51 unknown and one known Confederate soldier and
one Negro hospital attendant.
||Confederate Cemetery at Marietta
||Apx. 3,000 Confederate soldiers, representing every southern
state, buried here.
|Marietta National Cemetery
||Graves of more than 10,000 Union soldiers, 3,000 unknown.
||Memory Hill Cemetery
||Over 20 unknown Confederate soldiers are buried in one plot.
In a separate location arethree Union soldiers. General Doles of the Doles-Cook
Brigade is buried here.
||More than 100 unknown soldiers are buried here.
||Greenfield Church Cemetery
||White wooden crosses mark 75-100 graves. Believed to be unknown
||Oak Hill Cemetery
||Graves of 268 Confederate soldiers, only two unknown.
||Oxford College Campus Cemetery
||Graves of 26 soldiers.
||West End Cemetery
||A total of 17 unknown Confederate dead who mysteriously died
on their way to the Battle
||The first Confederate cemetery in Georgia. Graves of soldiers
who died in the Battle of Resaca.
||Myrtle Hill Cemetery
||In one plot, 377 Confederate and two Union soldiers.
||Graves of six Confederate generals: Robert J. Anderson, Henry
R. Jackson, Alexander R.
|Laurel Grove Cemetery
||A total of 1,500 Confederate dead and eight
||Stone Mountain Cemetery
||Apx. 150 unknown Confederate soldiers who died in Confederate
||The graves of 12 unknown soldiers who died in the General
||Buried here are 54 Confederate soldiers. The grave of Georgia
Dr. Edward A. Flewellen,Medical Director of the Confederate Army of Tennessee,
is near the Confederate section.
||Laurel Hill Cemetery
||Buried here are 13 Confederate soldiers, 12 known and one
unknown. General John
|The Old City Cemetery
||When 5,000 prisoners were brought to a temporary
prison camp in Thomasville, several
||Waynesboro Confederate Memorial Cemetery
||An estimated 45 Confederate dead, nine iron crosses mark unknown.
||Fort Tyler Cemetery
||A total of 76 Confederate and Union soldiers who were killed
or died of wounds in the