Historic Memorials
On Saturday October 23, 2004, Captain Ed Baxter Camp 2034 Sons of Confederate Veterans in Fairview placed military gravestones on the graves of 4 area Confederate Veterans

. Stones were placed on the graves of Private Joseph C. Nall of Baxter’s Company Tennessee Light Artillery and Private John Register of Company L 1st Tennessee Infantry Regiment (Field’s) in the New Hope Cemetery in Fairview. Memorial stones were placed for Private George Rials of Company G 48th Tennessee Infantry Regiment (Voorhies) and Private William Rials of Company G 20th Tennessee Infantry Regiment in the Rials-Sullivan Cemetery on Spencer’s Mill Road, near where Williamson, Hickman & Dickson Counties meet. Private William Rials was killed January 19, 1862 in the Battle of Fishing Creek, KY. and is presumed to be buried in the Mill Springs, KY. area.

Members of Captain W. H. McCauley Camp 260 participated in the event, as did Mrs. Deanna Bryant of Franklin, President of the Tennessee Division of the United Daughters of the Confederacy and Mrs. Irene Lampley, President of the Old Hickory Chapter 747 UDC. in Dickson. After the event, a barbeque was held at the home of Camp 2034 member Jeff Nolen in Bon Aqua.




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