Confederate Graves
For the Woodlawn Cemetery Tour the local chapter of the Sons of Confederate Veterans had researched and marked the graves of each and every Civil War veteran buried at Woodlawn Cemetery, more than 100 of them according to official cemetery records. Chapter members dressed in Civil War attire created a very realistic atmosphere; they bivouacked at the cemetery, fired artillery, marched and conducted individual tours and demonstrations throughout the day.
Col. Parker Gives Tour
Local chapter commander Wayne Parker discusses a particular grave with Hudora Cain Lewman while Carl and Laura Ray stand by. Parker's group played an integral role in Sesquicentennial activities throughout the week, setting up a resource library at the Masonic Lodge for individuals requiring assistance researching ancestors with Civil War service records in Amite or Pike County.
Military Graves
Civil War
Over 100 Civil War veterans interred
Spanish War
Several veterans of the Spanish War as well as WWI, WWII, Korea and Viet Nam
Nationalities
European
German, Italian, Irish, English, Polish
South American
Mexican
 
 Mediterranean
 Syrian

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