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Worth a stroll or drive for historical significance. Small cemetery with mostly modest graves for fallen Confederate soldiers. Still functional cemetery. A bit hard to find in modern golf course community.
Here lies the graves of 300+ confederate soldiers who paid the ultimate sacrifice during the uncivil war. Most came from the Grand Hotel across the street when it was being used as a Civil War Hospital. They died of their wounds and were placed in...More
My wife and I visited the Confederate Rest Cemetery. There are no signs to indicate how to get there. We asked and then had no trouble finding it. History that badly need some tender loving care. Tombstones need cleaning and grass planted and mowed. Saw...More
We stayed at the Grand Hotel and took a morning walk to the cemetery. It's about 1 mile each way. The cemetery is small. It was interesting to see but don't expect much. If you have time, go for a visit.
Very disappointed there are no signage to find this cemetery, had to stop and ask a local. The cemetery needs to be cleaned, I wish I lived closer. Very humbling to see these unmarked graves of young men who died in battle. These men did...More