Stonewall Confederate Cemetery, Winchester

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Cemetery · Hidden Gem · Tourist Spot
Stonewall Confederate Cemetery is a subsection of Mount Hebron Cemetery in Winchester, Virginia, established in 1866 for 2,575 Confederate soldiers who died in battle or in the hospitals in and around the Winchester area. A monument over the mass grave of more than 800 unknown Confederate soldiers is at the center of the cemetery, and there is a section for each state member of the Confederacy. The plots are thus organized according to the home states of the fallen soldiers within. There are state monuments in most of the sections.

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  • Get history here for free. Graves of the great Wagoneer Daniel Morgan, Confederate graves, and the old walls of one of the first churches in Winchester. Pleasant walking and remembrance of the past...  more »
  • One of the earliest monuments to the unknown Confederate dead is here, erected in 1879. There are 829 souls known but to God who rest in these grounds from many of the battles in the area. Each state....  more »

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