Although the cemetery isn't advertised nor are there any 'markers' above the graves, if one knows the story behind the empty field, one will understand that the cemetery still holds a special place in Ole Miss history. As graveyard for Confederate soldiers (and rumored Yankee soldiers as well), don't go expecting a big show or a Civil War reenactment. An empty field with a single tall marker is all you will find in this cemetery behind the Tad Pad. Although empty, one can imagine the young burying the dead in this field, just as empty as it was during the Civil War. It's a good place to go at night especially, because no one is there. Just knowing you are there, walking among past fallen soldiers is enough for the Confederate Cemetery to be special, headstones or not.
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