Soldiers Ground 1865

Soldiers Ground 1865

Found on a walk.

Soldiers Ground 1865
Soldiers Ground 1865

During the US Civil War part of the Magnolia Umbra plantation land became a cemetery. One section was used to provide burial places for the large number of Charleston soldiers killed. It had no name, but it became known as ‘Soldiers Ground’.

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