Confederate States Navy Research Center, Mobile, Alabama,
Killed in hunting accident, reinterred 1994  
(Photo courtesy Jake Strobridge
Reserved for ???
Reserved for ???
SAVANNAH (NE of Shiloh)*(Hardin County)*(off Hwy 64, south of downtown on W side of Cherry Rd.)
Charles Francis Sevier, Passed Midshipman Stationed at New Orleans, Jackson, & Charleston.
Served on CSS Curlew, Palmetto State, Patrick Henry, and Chickamauga. Captured at Saylors Creek. Johnson Is. prison.
Buried in the Boyce-Welch section of the cemetery. Location courtesy Wm. T. Welch of VA.; Image by the founder.
MEMPHIS (Shelby County)
Images courtesy Helen Tice of TN


*Michael Sheridan, #44, in the CS Marines. Served with Capt. Hays,  
Co. D. Died 16 September 1861. 
*John Welsh, #179, served on the 
CSS General Bragg. Died 13 May1862 
His marker is missing. 
*John Malin,#297, served on the vessel 
CSS Col. Lovell. Died 21 June 1862. 
His grave marker  is missing. 
*CS area is in the Fowler Section--(east) 
Take left as you enter the main entrance, past the office, on South Dudley St. 
*Headstones have only numbers on most 
*William Conn, Seaman, on the vessel 
CSS General Beauregard, died on 9 May 1862 and is listed as being buried here but is not found in their records. 
*Morris Lane, #311, served on the 
CSS Ponchatrain, died 10 March 1862 
*J. P. Steiner, #364, served on the 
CSS Col. Lovell as Purser & clerk. 
Died 18 May 1862. 
Need to find the grave of:
William Lochiel Cameron who died in Galveston, Texas on November 13, 1918.  His
remains were shipped to Memphis, Tennessee for burial. A native of Buffalo, New York he
came to Texas in 1896 and lived in Galveston for 19 years (beginning in 1899)
until his death.  He was a member of a U.C.V. in Galveston.
(Info courtesy John H. Luckey of TX)
Also need image of:
Lt. Dabney M. Scales of the CSS SHENANDOAH
Buried outside Soldier's Rest
(Info courtesy Danny Hoxie of TN)

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