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Graves Survey Summary - Sullivan Cemetery, Sullivan, Hunt County, Texas.

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The Confederate Graves Survey Archive of the Texas Division, Sons of Confederate Veterans consists of surveys of cemeteries throughout Texas, and portions of Oklahoma and New Mexico. The surveys document the interment of Confederate States of America military veterans. United States of America (Union) veterans, as well as able-bodied men at the time of the Civil War, are also documented. 13 boxes entitled "Grave Surveys" contain grave surveys listed county-by-county, 3 boxes of "Unit Files" list surveyed individuals by their military unit. Finally, 17 boxes contain "Veteran Files" that document each veteran by name in "last name, first name, middle initial" format. An index that cross-references each of the collection series (Grave Surveys, Unit Files, and Veteran Files) is included, as are institutions to surveyors on how and what to document while conducting surveys.Grave Survey Results: Marked Confederate, 2 Marked Union, 0 Able Bodied Men, 0 I.D. Confederate, 0 I.D. Union, 0 Total Confederate, 2 Total Union, 0 Non-Veteran, 0 Total Graves Surveyed, 2 Total Veterans

Topics: Sons of Confederate Veterans (Organization), Sons of Confederate Veterans (Organization). Texas Division., Cemeteries., United States. Army--History--Civil War, 1891-1865., United States. Army. Calvary--History--Civil War, 1861-1865., United States--History--Civil War, 1861-1865--Casualties., Hunt County (Tex.), Texas.
Year: 2013
OAI identifier: oai:swco-ir.tdl.org:10605/346023
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