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Confederate burials in northern Virginia : the final bivouac of northern Virginia's "band of brothers"

David M. Frantum
Frantum, David M. (Main Author)
Books/Monographs
English
[Virginia?] : D.M. Frantum, c2000
viii, 235 p.
0966608615

Notes

Bibliography: p. 233-235.

"For the purposes of this work, it [Northern Virginia] is the City of Alexandria and the counties of Arlington, Fairfax, Fauquier, Loudoun, Prince William and Warren."--P. vi

Part 1 is arranged in alphabetical order by the name of the Confederate soldier, sailor or marine. Each entry gives name, military rank, unit, birth year, enlistment date, death date, where interred, and sometimes other information.

Part 2 is a list of burial site locations and arranged in alphabetical order by name. Each entry gives name, city and/or county, address and other information about the location.

Part 3 contains two appendices. Appendix A contains an incomplete listing of burials for Clarke County. Appendix B contains an incomplete listing of burials for Stafford County. Each is arranged in alphabetical order and gives similar information as part 1.

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