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Lee's Parole
Lee's Parole - Signed with six of his staff officers at Appomattox.
Source: National Archives, Records of the Adjutant General's Office, 1780's-1917.
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Confederate Graveyard
Confederate Graveyard at Appomattox.
Graves of 1 Union and 18 Confederate Soldiers killed April 8/9, 1865.
Some of the last Civil War soldiers to be killed in Virginia.

Buried in the Confederate Graveyard at Appomattox:
  • Miles Cary Macon, 39th Battalion Virginia Artillery
  • Oscar Demesme, Co. D, Donaldsonville (LA) Artillery
  • Alanson B. Hicks, Co. D, 26th Virginia Infantry
  • Jesse H. Hutchins, Co. H, 5th Alabama Battalion Infantry  
  • J. W. Douglas, Unit unknown
  • John William Ashby, Co. I, 12th Virginia Cavalry
  • Francis M. Winn, Co. E, 9th Georgia Artillery
  • John A. Hogan, Co. E, 26th Georgia Infantry

  • 10 Confederate unknown.
  • 1 Union unknown.

Court House - 1865 31 Court House - 1998
Appomattox Court House - 1865 Appomattox Court House - 1998
In the 1865 photograph, Union troops pose for the camera.


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