Walton County Confederate Monument

Walton County Confederate Monument (HMQLG)

Location: Defuniak Springs, FL 32433 Walton County
Country: United States of America

N 30° 43.284', W 86° 6.69'

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To the memory of the Confederate Dead of Walton Co. Florida. Erected by the Ladies of the Walton County Female Memorial Association.

Southwest face
Angus D. McLean, Col., 6th Fla. Vols.
Murdoch M. Gillis, Capt. 6th Fla. Vols.
Daniel D. McLean, Capt. 7th Fla. Vols.
James McClellan, Lieut. 6th Fla. Vols.
Arch. G. Morrison, Lieut. 6th Fla. Vols.
Arch. G. Gillis, Lieut. 6th Fla. Vols.
M.C. McRae, Lieut. 1st Fla. Vols.
Angus D. Gillis,
A.L. McCallum,
Abram Koonce,
A. Ward,
Angus Gordon,
B. Blount,
B. Sylcon,
Colin G. Ray, Sen.
Colin G. Ray, Jr.
C.L. McDonald,
Calvin McLean,
Danl. Moore,
D.P. McDonald,
D. McDonald,
D. McQuagge,
D.K. McDonald,
D.P. Gillis,
Danl. McIvor,
D. Sylcon,
Danl. K. McLean,
E. Gomillion,
Ed. McCullough,
E. Wright,
Hugh McRae,
H. Henderson,
H. Kemp,
H. Wright,
H. Busby,
J. Ward,
John Moore,
John Ghent,
John Crawford,
Dozier Padgett

Northeast face
J. Babb,
J. Sylcon,
J. Wright,
Jack Londery,
John A. McDonald,
J. Nelson,
John Williams,
Jos. Gleason,
John P. McLeod,
J. Barnett,
J. Gomillion,
John L. McLean,
J. L. Anderson,
J. Rooks,
John Welsh,
J. Sanders,
John Brown,
Joel Brown,
Jno. D. McLeod,
Joel Marshal,
Jas. Evans,
Jno. Kennigton,
J. Wright,
Loch. D. McLean,
Murdoch Gillis,
Malcom. Gillis,
M.P. Morrison,
Madison M. Reddick,
Martin Reddick,
N. Wm. Gillis,
Ned. Marshal,
Pascal Barnett,
Robert McSween,
R. Holly,
Randal McRae,
Rice Williamson,
Steph, Milton,
S. Cotton,
Thos. tiner,
Wm. c. Morrison,
Wm. Welsh,
W.C. Gillis,
Wm. McRae,
Wm. Carvthon,
Wm. Thornton,
Wm. Rooks,
Wm. Gomillion,
Wm. Tiner,
W. Anders,
Wm. Kemp,
W. Worthington,
Wm. C. Campbell,
Zion Folie,
W.L. Barley

Northwest face
When the spirit free deserts the body as it must
What matter where the lifeless form dissolves itself again to dust.
'Twere sweet indeed to close our eyes with those we cherish near;
And wafted upwards by their sighs, soar to some calmer sphere;
But whether on the scaffold high, or in the battle van
The fittest place where man can die, is where he dies for man.
Year Placed1871
Placed ByLadies of the Walton County Female Memorial Association
Marker ConditionNo reports yet
Date Added Sunday, October 12th, 2014 at 6:30pm PDT -07:00
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Locationbig map
UTM (WGS84 Datum)16R E 585068 N 3399063
Decimal Degrees30.72140000, -86.11150000
Degrees and Decimal MinutesN 30° 43.284', W 86° 6.69'
Degrees, Minutes and Seconds30° 43' 17.04" N, 86° 6' 41.40" W
Driving DirectionsGoogle Maps
Area Code(s)850
Closest Postal AddressAt or near 66-76 N 6th St, Defuniak Springs FL 32433, US
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