CS NAVY Research Center, Mobile, Alabama, www.csnavy.org
PENSACOLA, Escambia County
St. Michael's Cemetery located at Alcaniz and Chase Streets.

This marker above has been removed from the front entrance for some reason (Feb 2003)

 GPS 30.4150N; 87.2089W
Stephen Russell Mallory, Sr., Secretary of the CS Navy

GPS 30.4146N; 87.2098W
Daniel Gonzalez Brent
2nd Lt. CSMC
Served Savannah and Charleston
GPS 30.4146N; 87.2098W
Samuel Z. Gonzalez
GPS 30.41??N; 87.20??W
Alexander Grant
GPS 30.4139N; 87.2088W
Francis (Frank) B. Renshaw

GPS 30.4135N; 87.2086W
Delity Powell Kelly
Not CSN but noted as:
Only woman in Florida to receive a Confederate pension


Thomas W. Brent
Resigned USN and appointed Commander CSN, October 23, 1862, to rank from March 26, 1861. Commandantof Pensacola's Navy yard, 1861-1862. Savannah station, 1862-1863. Red River defenses,1863. Mobile Squadron, 1863-1864. Commanding C. S. S. Savannah, Savannah Squadron,1864. Charleston station, 1865; paroled, May 22, 1865, at Mobile, Ala.
Image courtesy Robert Morgan of FL

Images by the Founder
PENSACOLA, Escambia County
St. John's Cemetery located between H and L Streets 2 blocks north of Garden St. Enter at "I" Street
First 4 locations courtesy Terry Cassady of FL; Images by the founder

Section 3 N, Lot 4

Edward Cope

Section 15 N, Lot 22
George H. O'Neal

Section 1 N, Lot 28, Grave 9
William W. J. Kelly
Served at Savannah and Mobile

(Note: Birth year is incorrect on marker. 
It should be 1814)
Info courtesy Russell James of  FL
Section 33 N, Lot 22
James Lawrence Scholl
CS Marines

Section 20 S

John Wesley Lang
FL Pension A03969
Info and image courtesy Martha and Philip Pfeiffer of FL

Other Areas in Escambia County

Escambia County
Beulah Baptist Church Cemetery located northwest of Pensacola and north of old US Hwy. 90 (Mobile Hwy)
NW corner of Beulah Church Rd. and Beulah Rd.
GPS 30.53008N; 87.38242W
Henry F. Frater
Location courtesy Phillip White of FL; Image and GPS by the Founder
Escambia County (Pensacola Naval Air Station)
Civilian Section in middle of National Cemetery
James Eccles (b. 2 Feb 1833 in Dungannon Co. of Tyrone, Ireland)
(d. 11 Sept 1867), grave number 311
"A stranger in a strange land after long years of waiting,
he was called home and is at rest"
Transferred from Florida Infantry to CSN
Image by the Founder

Myrtle Grove
(West Pensacola)
Myrtle Grove Cemetery
Alt.Hwy 98 (Lillian Hwy) and 57th Ave.
Across from Myrtle Grove Methodist Church
GPS 30.??N; 87.??W

Thomas F. Suarez, Landsman
CS Receiving Ship DANUBE
Mobile Bay, AL
Location Info and image courtesy Martha and Philip Pfeiffer of FL

Santa Rosa County
Milton Cemetery
GPS 30.??N; 87.??W

John Hoodless, Master Carpenter
Warrington Navy Yard
FL Pension D17817

Location Info and image courtesy Martha and Philip Pfeiffer of FL


JACKSONVILLE, Duval County--- 
Evergreen Cemetery located on north Main St.

Chief Engineer, James Hamilton Tomb
Saved the CSS DAVID from capture
Photos courtesy Bill Chisolm of SC

Duval County
Old City Cemetery

William D. Oliveira
Master's Mate and Pilot
Served on CSS SAVANNAH and Commanding CSS RESOLUTE
Location and image courtesy Randy Scott of FL

, Duval County---
Evergreen Cemetery located on north Main St.

James Curry, Seaman
CSS BRADFORD (a storeship in Pensacola in 1862)
Also listed on Steamer Harriet Lane
Located and photographed by Robert Morgan of FL

Good Hope Cemetery near Bunnell, old Kings Rd
 John Helms
Courtesy Bill Chisolm of SC

St. Johns County
Evergreen Cemetery
Located just inside the gate to the right in Section E, Lot 201.
Augustus O. Wright
Died 5 Sept. 1928
"Admiral" of CSN Veterans Association
Municipal Judge in Jacksonville after the war.
Was the principal locator of CSN sailors records.
One of the most untiring and relentless researchers of the CSN.
This website is following up on where he left off and he is an inspiration.
Located and photographed by Robert Morgan of FL
SAINT AUGUSTINE, St. John's County
 San Lorenzo Cemetery 
Leopold (Leo) Ramie Vogel, acting Masters Mate 
Corresponded with Capt. Maffitt after the war and wrote a very flattering letter which will be on the site soon
Courtesy Bill Chisolm of SC

Located between the First United Methodist Church and the phone company on Main Street
Sailors who died in the boiler explosion of the CSS CHATTAHOOCHEE on the Apalachicola River, 27 May 1863.
Image by the Founder 

Fred W. Arents,3rd Asst. Engr--Richmond Charles H. Berry, Quartermaster--Tampa William B. Bilbro, Pilot 
Columbus, GA.
Edward Conn, Coal Heaver--Apalachicola Charles Douglas, 2nd Class Fireman
Henry Fagan, 2nd Asst. Engr.--Key West Manassa Faircloth, Landsman--Florida Eugene Henderson, Paymasters Clerk-- 
Tuskegee, AL.
Joseph Hicks, 1st Class Fireman--Georgia Euclid P. Hodges, 3rd. Asst. Engr.--Maryland
John Joliff, Seaman James H. Jones, Landsman--Florida Enoch C. Lanpher,  
2nd Class Fireman-- 
William Moore, Landsman--Florida John Spear, Landsman-- Florida
James Thomas, Landsman--Florida Lewis C. Wild, Landsman-- Florida

Information contributed by Grady Turnage of FL
Midshipman Charles K. Mallory of Virginia and Fireman Cornelius Duffy of Apalachicola died later. (read reports)

APALACHICOLA, Franklin County
Chestnut Street Cemetery (now named 'Avenue E'---US Hwy 98)
*What about these sailors buried there?

Lt. David Greenway Raney, CS Marines
The Raney House Museum is in downtown

Domindigo Cattinette also spelled Dominick Catanetti

Jacob Lind, Landsman, CSS CHATTAHOOCHEE

Henry McCormick

George Caigh
James Silva
John Theobald
(Images by the Founder)
Needed: Thomas Gordon; Eugene Labatute; Samuel Floyd
Magnolia Cemetery, 12th Street
Needed:  John Herman Shipke

KEY WEST, Monroe County
Key West City Cemetery
Assistant Surgeon Jeptha V. Harris, from Mississippi
Served on CSS MORGAN in Mobile Bay
Also buried here is George Henry Bier (need his image)
Capt. Henry Mulrennen who formed the Key West Coast Guard Avengers and a mayor of Key West
Image courtesy Mike Mitchell of FL who was responsible for obtaining and installing these and many other stones for previously unmarked  graves---Great work!

 Key West City Cemetery

William E. Lowe, Seaman
Image courtesy Phillip White of FL

Manuel Francisco Diaz, Seaman
Native of Ferrol, Spain.
Image courtesy Phillip White of FL

 Alfred B. Lowe
Image courtesy of Keith Lowe

Also need the image of George Henry Bier in the Key West Cemetery

Leesburg, Lake County
Lone Oak Cemetery, Historical Section
North side of State Hwy 44
Nathanial E. Venable, CSMC
Died 13 May 1892
Assigned to the Rocketts Navy Yard at Richmond, Va.
Later served as Acting Assistant Quartermaster for the Corps
Born in Virginia and resided in Texas
Image by the Founder
Tallahassee, Leon County
City Cemetery
GPS 30.4428 N; 84.2866 W
 Lt. Joseph D. Wilson
Served on CSS SUMTER, ALABAMA, HAMPTON, VIRGINIA No. 2, Semmes Naval Brigade
Image by the Founder
Leon County, Tallahassee

St. John's Episcopal Church Cemetery
Reserved for:

Midshipman William Savage Hogue

Died 9 Oct 1870
Location courtesy Henrietta McClellan (descendant)  of FL.
Reserved for:

First Assistant Engineer Benjamin S. Herring
Location courtesy Noah Gengler of FL


Jackson County (north of Malone near ALA state line)
Coonrod/Conrad Cemetery (on Private Property)
Located in a hard to find remote location
GPS 30.99816N; 85.12884W
Lorenzo Davis Coonrod/Conrad
(family has different spellings after 1900)
His original spelling was Coonrod in the ORN and Pension
Ordinary Seaman, CSS SAVANNAH
Florida CS Pension Number A11030
Images by the Founder
Jackson County, NE of Two Egg @ Buena Vista
Bazzell Cemetery, Hwy 69A (alternate) @ Hwy 164
GPS 30.88097N; 85.02859W
Charles E. Bazzell
Joined at the Johnston Navy Yard, Saffold, 
Early County, Georgia as it was being built.
Transferred to the Floating Battery Georgia at Savannah
One of the last living CSN veterans
Florida CS Pension Number A08091
Image by the Founder
Graceville, Jackson County
Town Cemetery
Frederick M. E. Syfrett, Ordinary Seaman
 Florida CS Pension file A00052
Images courtesy descendant Kimberly Bush of AL
Point Washington, Walton County
Community Cemetery
GPS 30.??N; 85.??W
Simeon Strickland, Seaman
Images by the Founder 

These two locations are really out in the country and the GPS will come in handy as a very useful tool for finding them.

Spray, Madison County, Redding-Hammock Cemetery
(NE of Greenville, N of US Hwy 90, midway between 
State Rd. 150 & State Rd. 55/US hwy 221 on N side county rd. 140)
GPS 30.5058N; 83.6032W
Fountain H. Cone
Spray, Madison County, Redding-Hammock Cemetery
(NE of Greenville, N of US Hwy 90, midway between 
State Rd. 150 & State Rd. 55/US hwy 221 on N side county rd. 140)
GPS 30.??N; 83.??W
William Cone

Served on CSS SPRAY at St. Marks, FL
William R. Cone, Seaman
CSS SPRAY at St. Marks, FL
Image by the Founder 
Images by the Founder assisted by David Mader of AL

Washington County, SE of Chipley,
Rock Hill Church Cemetery
South of US Hwy 90 near I-10
S on Sewell Farm Road, E on Rock Hill Church Road
GPS 30.75118N; 85.45878W
Turner Hunt Harmon
Image by the Founder
Wausau, Washington County, Barfield Cemetery
(in the woods 9 miles S of I-10 off E side of State Hwy 77)
The GPS will definitely come in handy on this one.
GPS 30.59663N; 85.5898W
George T. Taylor
Captain's clerk in CSN
LOUISIANA at New Orleans station, 1861-62.
Image by the Founder

St. Peter's Episcopal Church Cemetery
GPS 30.??N; 85.??W
James Bell, Seaman, and twin brother William Bell, Pilot
Image courtesy Norwood Bryan of NC
 Reserved for: 
Wm. W. Howell; 
John Pelham; 
William Franklin

Bosque Bello Cemetery
1st Assistant Engineer Edward J. Johnston who died 
13 October 1863 while in prison at Fort Warren, MA, 
buried there, later moved to  Ft. Devans, MA. and 
who was re-interred in Florida on 14 Oct 2002. 
Image courtesy Ken Lawson of MA who waded
 through knee deep snow to get it when it was there.
Bosque Bello Cemetery
GPS 30.6867N; 81.4532W
1st. Asst. Engineer Edw. J. Johnston's grave as moved
[Regardless of what you have read on the net and in newspapers, 
he was NEVER a Lieutenant]
Image by the Founder
Here is a list of Navy pensions in the Florida Archives at Tallahassee. If you find their gravesite, please let us know or better yet, take a picture and send it in. Be an active participant. Thanks.
Pinellas County, FL
Anona Pioneer Cemetery

John Thomas Lowe died 5 August 1921
Transferred from Army to Navy in 1864.
Special Orders 46, AGO, Par 23.
Image courtesy Jeannette Behan of FL
Manatee County
Fogartyville Cemetery

Samuel George Curry died 5 April 1925
Transferred from Army to Navy in 1864.
Private in the Naval Battalion (CSMC)
Captured at Farmville, VA, 6 April 1865
Image courtesy Jeannette Behan of FL

Other gravesites not mentioned above that we are looking for locations and/or images of:
Catching up! Will find some more to list here. Thanks to the contributors.

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