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Confederate Soldiers Buried at Bethel Cemetery

Roll of Honor, Confederate Soldiers 

 

Adams, J. Leander Hunter, Dr. James B
Adams, John Hope Jackson, Andrew H.
Adams, Robert L.  Jackson, Benjamin N.
Andrews, L. C. Jackson, D.
Armstrong, William F. Jackson, David H.
Barnett, John Nelson Jackson, J. O.
Barry, W. R. Jackson, Joseph L.
Bigger, A. B. Jackson, R. A.
Bigger, M. A. Jackson, R. M.
Boyd, F. T. Jackson, Robert P.
Boyd, John Hamilton Jackson, Samuel E.
Boyd, Rufus Franklin Jackson, Samuel W.
Boyd, Thomas J. Jackson, W. B.
Boyd, Thomas M. Johnston, David Milton
Brandon, George C. Johnston, Samuel C.
Brandon, James David Johnston, W. G.
Brandon, Larkin P. Laney, L.L.
Campbell, Isaac A. Latta, F.J.M.
Campbell, Napoleon B. Mason, George Washington
Campbell, William E. Mason, Larkin Monroe
Clinton, John S. Martin, R.H.
Currence, Milton H. McCarter, Robert R.
Currence, Peyton Randolph McCully, James C.
Currence, R. E. Davidson McCully, S.H.
Currence, William A. McKenzie, Arthur A.
Davidson, James F.  McKenzie, J.H. Potts
Davidson, S. L. Meek, John S.
Davis, Thomas Meek, R.R.
Finley, William G. Mellon, George W.
Fitchett, Jonathan Moore, Eli Peyton
Glenn, David Johnston, Sr. Patrick, J. Clinton
Glenn, James A. Patrick, R.V.
Glenn, James Henry Petty, Charles Q.
Glenn, John F. Quinn, Leroy D.
Glenn, John Francis Riddle, George M.A.C.
Glenn, John Franklin Robinson, E.A.
Glenn, Samuel Leroy Sifford, M.L.
Glenn, William R. Stanton, I.G.
Hall, Benjamin F. Stewart, William N.
Harper, Andrew J. Stowe, S.D.
Hemphill, David A. Timberlick, John C.
Hemphill, Hugh B. Wallace, J.A.
Hill, L. S. Wilson, J.J.
Howe, John J.  

 

DEDICATED TO THEIR MEMORY WITH LOVE AND DEVOTION

 

 

 

 

 

"There have also been many Bethel men who served in later wars ... Civil War, World War I, World War II, Korean War, Vietnam, Desert Storm and now the Iraq War. Fifty-two young men from Bethel Church served in World War II with only one casualty, Ernest L. Flanagan. The record of the Bethel soldiers is not only above reproach but worthy of a liberal amount of praise."