Federal soldiers killed at Franklin were mostly buried at Stone’s River National Cemetery

The Federal Army suffered roughly 200 killed in the Battle of Franklin (30 November 1864).  Most of these men were taken to Murfreesboro and interred in the Stone’s River National Cemetery.

Stones River National Cemetery

Stone's River National Cemetery

2 thoughts on “Federal soldiers killed at Franklin were mostly buried at Stone’s River National Cemetery

  1. Kraig, who moved the union men to Stone’s River? Was it Franklin residents or were they moved later by northern troops or burial teams?

    From activity on facebbook, etc. it sounds like you are feeling chipper. Soooo glad!

    Bob

  2. Oops, never mind. I thought I read through all three of the Stone’s River entries. The answer is right here in your wonderful collection. I shoulda known!!

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