Confederate Soldiers Buried in Confederate Plot at Rose Hill Cemetery

Following is a list of Confederate soldiers buried within a special plot designated for Confederate burials in Rose Hill Cemetery. The plot is marked with a large statue of a Confederate soldier dedicated to the “fallen heroes” of the War Between the States. The monument is unique because such memorials were usually erected on Courthouse squares and because this is the only statue of a Confederate soldier at Funeral Parade Rest in the state of Tennessee.

  • ALLEY, T.
  • ARNELL, John
  • BAKER, J. L.
  • BARTON, J. R.
  • BAUEK, E. H.
  • BELANY, G.
  • BLACKBURN, M. S.
  • BOND, Robert
  • BOUSQUIM, L. E.
  • BRADLEY, L. W.
  • BREWER, E. H.
  • BROTHERS, John
  • CANTRELL, Tillman Dodson, Dec. 24, 1842-Oct. 28, 1909
  • CARGILE, B.
  • CARTER, H. L.
  • CHOATE, Thomas
  • CONE, B.
  • COOPER, W. T.
  • COSBY, _______
  • COUEN, W. H.
  • CROOK, Z. V., April 2, 1848-May 7, 1912, 48th Tenn Inf Co, Nixon’s Regiment
  • DABBS, J. M.
  • DAVIS, _______
  • DAWSON, W.
  • DENTON, E.
  • DONALD, E. G.
  • DUNCAN, William
  • FARLEY, T. C.
  • FLETCHER, J. A.
  • FOLEY, J. E.
  • FOX, B. W.
  • FRASIER, Leonard
  • GLAZE, W. J.
  • GRAY, G. W.
  • GREED, E. F.
  • GRIFFIN, T. P.
  • GRISSOM, H. D.
  • HARRIS, J. A. 
  • HAWKINS, G. N.
  • HAY, Shafe
  • HOLCOMB, D.
  • HORTON, J. N.
  • HURT, Abner
  • INGRAM, ________
  • JONES, H. P.
  • KAENEY, Anthoney, 48th Tenn. Reg.
  • KEY, S. W.
  • LEECH, S. R.
  • LESLIE, S. J.
  • LISLE, Richard
  • LOMAX, Jas.
  • McARCHIER, _______
  • McNUTT, _______
  • MADDIN, J. M., April 21, 1846-Jan. 7, 1910
  • MARTIN, Ben T., 1845-1918, Co. E, Nixon’s 4(48?)th Tenn. Regiment
  • MAUPIN, John
  • MAYES, M.
  • MAYFIELD, S.
  • MILAM, F. R.
  • MOOREHEAD, T. G.
  • MULLINS, J. W.
  • NUTALL, _______
  • OWEN, R. P.
  • PATTERSON, J. M.
  • PREWETT, John
  • REESE, Wm. (Capt.), Jan. 1829 – May 16, 1898
  • RICE, J. P.
  • RICHARDSON, Chas.
  • ROBINSON, E. J.
  • ROBINSON, J. G.
  • RENFRO, O.
  • SAVAGE, S. A.
  • SHARP, J. C.
  • STOCKTON, F. J.
  • TOLBERT, Wm.
  • TRALER, T. J.
  • TRELL, G.
  • TREZEVANT, E. B.
  • WAGLEY, S. C.
  • WALLED, J. W.
  • WARRENTON, J. A.
  • WHITE, J.
  • WIGGINGTON, H.
  • WILEY, H. M. (Lt.)
  • WILLIAMS, James
  • WRIGHT, Joe B., Feb. 25, 1841-Dec. 9, 1909

Confederate Soldiers Buried in Rose Hill Cemetery, Columbia (Outside the Confederate Plot)

  • ADCOCK, Allen
  • ADKINS, E. P.
  • ADKINS, W. S.
  • ADKISSON, George
  • ADKISSON, Wm.
  • AKIN, A. N.
  • AKIN, Hugh
  • AKIN, Dr. James
  • AKIN, Walter
  • ALEXANDER, A. F.
  • ALEXANDER, A. J.
  • ALFORD, Jas. Harrison
  • ARMSTRONG, E. J.
  • AYDELOTTE, A. F., Capt.
  • AYDELOTTE, W. C.
  • BABBITT, Ben
  • BAILEY, Al
  • BAILEY, George W.
  • BAILEY, Josh G.
  • BAILEY, W.A.
  • BARNETT, L. N., Major
  • BENNER, J. H.
  • BLAIR, James
  • BOYD, L. A. (Gus)
  • BRADY, John
  • BRANCH, R. E., Jr.
  • BRIGGS, James
  • BRIGGS, Wm. J.
  • BROWNLOW, J. P.
  • BURCH, Albert
  • BURNETT, Richard
  • BUTTS, M.M.
  • CALDWELL, Jim P.
  • CAMPBELL, M. C.
  • CANNON, Geo. M.
  • CARTER, John C., Brig. Gen
  • CHAFFIN, Jas. B.
  • CHEAIRS, N. F.
  • CHEAIRS, Thos.
  • CHEAIRS, W. R.
  • CHERRY, Wm. C.
  • CHURCH, A. B. (Burr)
  • COLLIER, H. L.
  • COLLIER, John
  • COLQUITT, W. L.
  • COOK, W. D.
  • COX, Henry S.
  • COX, Wm. L.
  • CRAIG, D. A.
  • CRAIG, Jas., Maj.
  • DALE, Wm. J.
  • DAVIS, B. Frank
  • DAVIS, James
  • DAVIS, Polk
  • DAVIS, W. H.
  • DAWSON, R. K., Dr.
  • DEW, Joseph H.
  • DOBBINS, J. J., Maj.
  • DOBBINS, W. B.
  • DODSON, R. P.
  • DOUGLASS, Edward
  • DOUGLASS, Jas.
  • DOWELL, J. B. F.
  • DUNNINGTON, F. C.
  • DUNNINGTON, Wm.
  • ELAM, J.J.
  • ERWIN, W. T.
  • ESTES, Russell
  • EVANS, Henry G., Col.
  • EWING, Flavious J.
  • FARIS, Robert
  • FERGUSON, Ben
  • FIGUERS, T. N.
  • FLEMING, Green
  • FLEMING, Thos. F.
  • FLEMING, Wm. F.
  • FLEMING, W. O.
  • FRIEL, James
  • FRIERSON, A. D.
  • FRIERSON, White
  • FUSSELL, Jos. H., Capt.
  • GALLOWAY, Wm.
  • GANT, John
  • GANT, R. C.
  • GARNER, Elijah H.
  • GIBSON, Thos., Capt.
  • GLENN, Nan
  • GLENN, Thos. M.
  • GORDON, Jack
  • GORDON, Jas. P.
  • GORDON, G. W.
  • GORDON, R. C.
  • GORDON, Richard
  • GORDON, W.B. 
  • GREEN, G. S. L.
  • GREENLAW, W. B.
  • GREGORY, D. G.
  • GUINN, G. W.
  • HACKNEY, H. C.
  • HACKNEY, T. J.
  • HALEY, John
  • HALL, A. G.
  • HALL, Redding
  • HAMILTON, J. B., Capt.
  • HANNAWAY, J. W.
  • HARBISON, Dave
  • HARRISON, W. B.
  • HARRISON, Wyatt C.
  • HART, Wm. S.
  • HATCHER, Alf, Surgeon
  • HATCHER, Jacob Milton
  • HATCHER, John E.
  • HENDERSON, Jas.
  • HENDLEY, F. J.
  • HENDLEY, H. L.
  • HICKMAN, J.G.
  • HILL, Jas. T.
  • HILLIARD, A. R.
  • HINE, Wm., Capt
  • HODGE, W. R.
  • HOLMAN, Henry Lee
  • HOLMAN, Wm. R.
  • HORNE, Jasper
  • HORSLEY, Alf. S.
  • HOWARD, Jos., Maj.
  • HUNTER, Jordon
  • IRVIN, Joseph
  • JESTER, John R.
  • JOHNSTON, Jas. E.
  • JONES, John L.
  • JONES, Silas
  • JONES, S. W.
  • JORDON, Ned
  • JOURNEY, Manuel
  • KELLEY, Andrew J.
  • KELLEY, Donald
  • KERR, Harvey
  • LAMAR, T. W.
  • LANCASTER, John
  • LANSDOWN, Edward L.
  • LATTA, John
  • LATTA, Sims
  • LATTA, W. A.
  • LEONARD, F. A.
  • LIPSCOMB, T. E.
  • LIPSCOMB, Wm. (Billey)
  • LOCKRIDGE, John
  • LONG, Richard T.
  • LOONEY, A. M.
  • McALPINE, C. H.
  • McDONALD, A. W.
  • McGAW, Jas. C.
  • McGRUDER, Henry H.
  • McKAY, Baker (Bud)
  • McKENNON, T. J.
  • McKENNON, W. R., Rev. (Chaplain)
  • McLEAN, Frank J.
  • McLEMORE, Robt. W.
  • MANGRUM, Jas.
  • MARTIN, Geo.
  • MAYES, Miles C.
  • MITCHELL, W. H.
  • MITCHELL, W. T.
  • MOORE, W. J.
  • MORGAN, W. P.
  • MOSELEY, Samuel
  • NEELEY, John N.
  • NICHOLSON, A. J.
  • NICHOLSON, A. O. P. II
  • ORR, J. K.
  • PERRY, W. L.
  • PEYTON, Henry
  • PEYTON, Rufus H.
  • PHILLIPS, Wm. J.
  • PILLOW, Granville
  • PORTER, R. L.
  • PORTER, Thos. L.
  • RAE, Wm. M.
  • RAINEY, Nelson
  • RAINS, T.B., Dr., Surgeon
  • REYNOLDS, Chas. e.
  • ROANE, E. S.
  • SCOTT, J. B.
  • SHEEGOGG, Edward M.
  • SHELTON, Jas.
  • SHEPHARD, N. B.
  • SHEPHERD, Joe
  • SHEPHERD, J. M.
  • SHOCKLEY, Wm. T.
  • SMITH, R. A.
  • SMITH, W. A.
  • STEED, John M.
  • STEPHENS, Scott
  • STEWART, Thos. J.
  • STORY, John W.
  • THOMAS, Rufus
  • TOMLINSON, Jesse
  • TOWLER, J. M., Dr.
  • TROUSDALE, Dave
  • TRUETT, W. L.
  • TUCKER, Jas. M.
  • TUCKER, John T.
  • UNDERWOOD, Jas. J.
  • UNDERWOOD, J. W.
  • VAUGHN, C.C.
  • VAUGHN, Francis M.
  • VOORHIES, Wm. M., Col.
  • VOSS, Wm. A.
  • VOSS, Wm. Ed.
  • VOSS, Z. T.
  • WALKER, Alex
  • WALKER, Harvey
  • WALKER, W. D.
  • WARFIELD, A. W.
  • WHITE, Henry R.
  • WHITE, H. L.
  • WHITE, J. P.
  • WHITE, St. Ledger
  • WHITTHORNE, W. C.
  • WHITTHORNE, W. J.
  • WILKES, L. D., Capt.
  • WILLIAMS, J. H., Dr.
  • WILLIAMS, Thos. H.
  • WILLIAMSON, J. G., Dr.
  • WILLIAMSON, J. T.
  • WILSON, Robt. A., Rev.
  • WOODS, W. B.
  • WOODS, Wm. H.
  • WOOTEN, J. C.
  • WRIGHT, D.
  • WRIGHT, J. T.
  • WRIGHT, W. N.
  • YORK, J. O.

J. W. _______.
Rogers _______.
Unknown (17) Unknown with Headstone Missing (2) .
Missing (16)a

 

 

Members of Co. H, 1st Tenn Inf Buried in Rose Hill

 

  • CANNON, George M., 22 Jan 1814-4 Oct 1873. Co. H, 1st Tenn Inf, CSA (Cross).
  • COLQUITT, William Tally, no dates. (1 Aug 1835-24 Jun 1905; son of W.L. & Lucy Colquitt; Co. H, 1st Tenn Inf, CSA).
  • DALE, James Thomas, 17 Mar 1845-27 Aug 1901. Son W.S. and Mary E. Dale; 1st Tenn Inf Reg, CSA; wife: Susie Toombs (1870-1945).
  • DALE, William Jason, 24 Aug 1842-29 Dec 1916. Son William J. and Mary E. O’Reilly Dale. CSA.
  • HELM, George, 67, d. 22 Mar 1893; Mexican War, CSA; graduated Jackson College.
  • Source: Maury Democrat, May 23, 1893.
  • HORSLEY, Alfred S., no dates, “CSA, Maury Greys, Editor of Columbia Herald” (1842-1905).
  • LOONEY, Abraham McClelland, born in Maury Co.,TN on 19 Dec 1820, son of Abraham Looney and Elizabeth Gammon. He studied law and entered the bar in Columbia prior to the Civil War. At the outbreak, he was appointed Lieutenant and then Major in the 1st Infantry (Fields). After the war, he was elected to the State Legislature, serving in both the House and Senate. He married Susan K. Todd and had eight children. Looney died 30 Dec 1904 and is buried in Rose Hill Cemetery.
  • Source: Maury County, Tennessee Cemeteries.
  • NICHOLSON, Alfred Osborne Pope, Jr., 1840-17 Jun 1915. Co. H, 1st Tenn Inf, Co. G, 9th Tenn Cav, CSA. Buried Rose Hill Cemetery.
  • RIEVES, Elijah Napoleon Bonaparte, 4 Jul 1839-12 Sep 1935. Son of Thomas and Sallie Rieves. Born in Rieves Bend near Andrews community; married Catharine Anthony. Children: Cora Evagine Shannon, William T., James D., G.N., Gracie E. Caskey, Mary M. Lamar, Sarah B., Earl N., Irvin A.
  • YORK, Joseph Oliver, 31 Aug 1827-29 Mar 1911. Son of James O. and Rhoda Jane Rankin York; Co. H, 1st Tenn Inf, CSA (Cross).
  • Some of these are additions and corrections to the list of Maury Greys, taken from History of Maury County, Tennessee by Turner. Additional information concerning either Confederates of all companies or Co. H, 1st Tenn Inf in particular, who are bu ried in Rose Hill Cemetery, is welcomed.

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