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Neat little cemetery. I was the only person there during the day. Great view of Fayetteville from up on the hill! A bit of a a creepy feeling there as the trees whistle in the wind. I felt as if the upkeep is in need...More
Makes you feel honored to be there in the presence of such men willing to fight for probably they didn't know what exactly. I felt I needed to visit before this piece of history is destroyed or renamed in the spirit of not offending someone....More
The Confederate Cemetery overlooks Fayetteville. It is a wonderful place to sit and reflect. There are beautiful old Maple trees which make it a magical place in the fall. It is also is a great place to walk to in the snow though it is...More
This cemetery is high up on the hill via Rock Street. Dirt and rock parking with private residences all around. There are several old family plots (the Walker family is huge) adjacent to the Confederate graves. Mostly unmarked/unreadable stones but there are some, including a...More
A very touching tribute to the Confederate War dead apart from the noise of the town. This place is well worth the visit. It tells the story of loss and sacrifice that a thousand in-your-face statues set up in a thousand public places fail to...More
I am glad that this cemetery has respectfully maintained our American history. It is a slippery slope to remove Confederate statues and history. It is part of our history and important to remember. Not black or white but American History with all of its warts.
As cemeteries go it won't take you long but as the reason you built one it is humbling and uplifting the love of the ladies who wanted to bring their men home and raised the money to do it. Beautifully done and peaceful.