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The cemetery serves as the final resting place for 52 Confederate soldiers from the states of VA, NC, SC & GA. All soldiers buried in the cemetery died at the nearby Kittrell Springs Hotel which was converted into a military hospital during the Civil War. Saint James Episcopal Church (c. 1860), located near the cemetery, administered to the Confederatewounded and provided Christian burials for those who died. The cemetery is located seven miles South of Historic downtown Henderson and is listed as a NC Civil War Trails historic site.




Address:
Chavis Lane (Off US 1 Bypass)
Kittrell, NC 27544
Phone: (252)438-2222


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Confederate Cemetery

The cemetery serves as the final resting place for 52 Confederate soldiers from the states of VA, NC, SC & GA. All soldiers buried in the cemetery died at the nearby Kittrell Springs Hotel which was converted into a military hospital during the Civil War. Saint James Episcopal Church (c. 1860)

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St. James Episcopal Church

When the Confederate Hospital was located in Kittrell, the church administered to the patients and provided Christian burial to 52 soldiers interred at the nearby Confederate Cemetery. Seven miles from the Historic District of Henderson's downtown area.

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