Manassas, Virginia
Confederate Cemetery

Courtesy of George Petropol, Manassas, VA
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In 1867 an acre of land was donated for a cemetery for Southern soldiers. One year later, more than 250 men had been laid to rest. In 1874, the Town of Manassas acquired the adjoining land and began a Citizen's Cemetery. The cemetery features a statue of a Confederate soldier under which a majority of the soldiers are buried. The public library has a list of those buried here. For more info. contact the Bull Run Regional Library's RELIC Department at 792-4540

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