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Sons of Confederate
General J. O. Shelby
Camp #1414
Harrison, Arkansas
SCV Homepage
International Headquarters
United Daughters of the Confederacy
Captain James Tyrie Wright Chapter MOS&B
Page Created on May 18, 2000 by Gordon D. Hale
A special thanks to Tennessee Camp # 1513 for use of graphics found on their web page.  Go There
Arkansas Civil War Links
Ancestry of
J O Shelby Camp

Updated August 4, 2010
Confederate Soldiers
Buried in Carroll , Boone  and Surrounding
Confederate Grave Marking - May 25, 2008
Sand Hill Cemetery, Western Grove, Arkansas
The members of the General J.O. Shelby Camp #1414 and the Captain James Tyrie Wright Chapter #6 MOS&B, have placed other markers for unmarked Southern soldiers as well as northern soldiers.  Follow the link to see some of them.
Soldiers Graves
William Jackson Moore
Cherokee Battery
Georgia Light Artillery
More Photos
Stones placed on the forgotten graves of three southern soldiers.
Fairview Cemetery - May 25, 2009
94 Years Fogotten
100 Years Forgotten
94 Years Forgotten
Memorial Day - 2010 - Grave Markings

Eureka Springs Cemetery, Carroll County, Arkansas
91 Years Forgotten
101 Years Forgotten
Hatcher Cemetery
Carroll County, Arkansas
115 Years Forgotten
109 Years Forgotten
102 Years Forgotten
Denver Cemetery - Carroll County, Arkansas
United Confederate Veterans
John Gould Fletcher Camp # 638