Stonewall Cemetery Records

Stewart Bell Jr. Archives Room
Handley Regional Library / Winchester-Frederick County Historical Society

Stonewall Cemetery Records, 500 WFCHS

This collection contains histories, solicitations, news articles, and papers relating to the Stonewall Cemetery. The Ladies Memorial Association established Stonewall Cemetery for Confederate soldiers in 1866. (1 box) Last updated 04/09.

Box 1

"A History of Stonewall Cemetery" compiled by Nettie A. Carbaugh: Feb. 1989, 2 leaves, typescript (photocopy)

Articles and Newspapers clippings: 1877-1997, 18 leaves, printed (photocopy)

Committee Request for Aid in Establishing Cemetery: Feb. 22, 1866, 1 leaf, printed; Report of the Committee [Oct. 25, 1866] 1 leaf, printed (photocopy)

Corrections to Tombstones, 1 leaf, manuscript (photocopy)

Dedication, June 6, 1866 ? Correspondence ? 1 leaf, manuscript

Deed from Stonewall Cemetery Association to Mt. Hebron Cemetery: Dec 10, 1884, 2 leaves, typescript (copy); 1 envelope, typescript

History of Ladies Confederate Memorial Association: 1904, 1 item, printed

Louisiana Monument - July 4, 1896, 1 page, printed

Mississippi Monuments - March 7, 1896, 1 leaf, manuscript; 1 envelope, manuscript

North Carolina Monument - Sept. 17, 1897, 1 Bound Book

Texas ? Texans buried in Stonewall Cemetery, compiled by Jerry Holsworth (2009), 1 leaf, typescript

Notice and Program - June 4, 1879, 2 leaves printed

Stationary & Miscellaneous Papers, 1 leaf, manuscript; 2 leaves, printed

Map case 2, Drawer 12

Stonewall Cemetery Monument to Unknown Dead, 2 copies, printed

Certificate from Society of the Army and Navy of the Confederate States in the State of Maryland, 1879, 1 item, manuscript on printed form

Stonewall Cemetery, Winchester, Virginia, lithograph by A. Hoen @ Co., Baltimore, 1 item, color, printed

See Also:

Photos ? People ? Delahunty, Thomas, sculpture, Monument to Unknown Soldier