Stonewall Confederate Cemetery
Mount Hebron Cemetery, 305 E. Boscawen St., Winchester VA 22601
In 1866 the Stonewall Confederate Cemetery was dedicated as part of the Mount Hebron Cemetery in Winchester, Virginia. The Mount Hebron Cemetery dates to 1844, and the Confederate Cemetery contains the graves of 2,575 soldiers who died in the vicinity, including at the battles of Winchester, Cool Springs, Kernstown, and Cedar Creek.
At the center of the Confederate Cemetery is a large monument dedicated to unknown dead from the aforementioned battles, who are buried in four plots around the monument. This monument was dedicated in 1866. Around this monument are plots for dead from the individual states of Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maryland, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, and Virginia. Many of these state plots have monuments as well.
The Florida plot has an impressive obelisk that sits on a slight mound of earth in front of the graves of 38 Florida soldiers known by name: James Atkins, G. Bell, W. Black, J.H. Brooks, W.C. Buntille, J.E. Burnside, D.H.C., J. Cardle, A.M. Collins, L. Collins, J.B. Cooper, M. Deane, Jas. Farrell, Henry Flowers, A.M. Furgison, E. Green, M.M. Grumlin, [?] Higgins, W.P. Howard, [?] Hutcheson, Alonso Keen, J.M. Kuraley, B.H. Lee, D.P. Lenney, C.L. Owen, J.Y. Oynim, G.P. Poppell, J.W. Reynolds, M. Ritter, Thos. Shark, J.G. Siers, J.C. Stuart, W.J. Thompson, R. Turner, W.A. Walker, W.P. Ward, E. Wingood, J. Woodson.