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Civil War graves, Bedford County
Posted by: kevin young Date: November 29, 2001 at 07:02:35
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A g.g.g.-uncle of mine, George Washington Young, served as a private in 29th N.C. Regiment in the Civil War. After fighting at Murfreeboro, in early 1863 this regiment camped at Shelbyville for the next few months. On Feb. 12, 1863, George Young died in Shelbyville of unknown causes.
My question is- does anyone know where he might be buried or have any further information concerning Confederate encampments in Shelbyville during early 1863? Any information concerning this would be appreciated.


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