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John Wesley Scrivner

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John Wesley Scrivner

Posted: 22 May 2013 1:18PM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 22 May 2013 2:01PM GMT
Surnames: Scrivner
SGT Scrivner was a Union Civil War veteran who passed away after being a POW at the Union Army hospital at Camp Jackson, Wilmington, NC. He rode with Co E, 4th Kentucky Infratry, Mounted from Oct 1861 until he was captured during the Battle of ATlanta on 30 July 1864. He was held at Camp Florence, SC and parolled in Feb 1865. I am looking for his burial site, I do know he was buried in grave 32 in row 1 of what looks like it might be a city cemetery, but can't make out the rest of the writing. He should have a military headstone. I have searched findagrave and the National Cemeteries with no luck. I am sure he is buried in the Willmington area. He is not with his family in Kentucky. He also had a brother William M Scrivner who rode with him and was killed on 4 Aug 1862 in Alabama.
Thanks
Don
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