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Lt. James T. Woodward Camp 1399
Sons of Confederate Veterans
Warner Robins, Georgia
P.O. Box 1823, Warner Robins, GA 31099 - http://scvcamp1399.org/

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Confederate Monument at Cliett Cemetery - Byron, GA 

The Cliett Cemetery is located two miles west of I-75 on the Georgia 247 Connector (247C). It is situated on the north side of the 247 Connector across from the Peachtree Baptist Church and near the intersection where Barker Road meets GA247C. See map. It's located at Latitude: 32.606N; Longitude: -83.773W.

SCV Camp 1399 maintains a Confederate Monument, flagpoles and a section of engraved memorial bricks on the cemetery grounds just outside the chain link fence. Memorial engraved bricks may be purchased from the Camp for $25; for details see the order form. A list of engraved bricks in place is below.

SCV Camp 1399 holds an annual memorial service at Cliett in honor of all Confederates and their families as well as the Confederate veterans buried there -- 7pm on the Friday nearest April 26th. The first was held April 28, 2007... and the most recent was April 25, 2014.

Listing of grave markers at Cliett Cemetery
Rootsweb Listing --- Peach County Cemetery listings

Dedication ceremony June 24, 2006 - Houston Home Journal story

Confederate Veterans buried at Cliett Cemetery

Sgt. Major Oscar A. Cliett
Company A 55th GA Infantry

Cpl. J.H.M. Cliett
Company G 64th GA Infantry

Sgt. George P. Lamar
Company E 2nd NC Infantry

Cpt. George W. Allen
Company E 3rd Reg. GA Reserves

Map to Cliett Cemetery & Confederate Monument
Map in PDF format

Camp 1399 Confederate Monument at Cliett Cemetery as of May 13, 2006
Confederate Monument at Cliett Cemetery as of May 13, 2006

Monument Dedicated June 24, 2006

Dedication Ceremony

Despite temperatures near 100 degrees, well over 100 people gathered to dedicate a monument to Confederate soldiers June 24 near Powerville in Peach County. The monument represents years of effort by the Lt. James T Woodward Camp 1399 of Warner Robins. In addition to the monument, the ceremony unveiled over 110 engraved memorial bricks naming a variety of Confederate veterans and the units they served.

Memorial bricks may be purchased for $25 and order forms are available on the Campís website: http://scvcamp1399.org/scv-brick-order.htm

Camp Commander Chris Pritchett welcomed everyone and former Commander Dr. Ben Lowery offered the opening prayer. Officers of Camp 1399 unveiled the monument. Pastor John Weaver was the special speaker at the event and the musical group Simple Heritage provided the entertainment with Dixie, Bonnie Blue Flag and several other selections. Members of the 10th Georgia and 16th Georgia re-enactors provided the honor guard to post the colors and fire a rifle salute. Refreshments were served after the closing prayer.

Both the Houston Home Journal and The Macon Telegraph published stories on the event the following week.

Cliett Cemetery Memorial Services

Dedication Photos coming soon...

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Confederate Veterans Memorial Bricks

1 Gen C Anderson Jr Co.C 6th GA Inf Beauregard Vols
2 3rd Sgt C Till Co D 66th GA Inf  
3 Joseph S Vinson Co C 6th GA Inf Houston County
4 Pvt SM Cannington Co I 11th GA Inf Quitman County
5 Richard A. Theus Co C 59th GA Inf 1839 - 1926
6 Pvt Reuben Wright Co C 55th GA Inf Dooley County
7 Cpt Jos P Carson Co I 4th GA Inf Died 25 Mar 1889
8 Maj John T Carson Co C 12th GA Inf KIA 30 Sep 1864
9 Pvt Jms L Pickard Co I 32nd GA Inf Died 2 Jun 1863
10 Pvt John S Pate Co F 6th GA Inf Died 25 Aug 1930
11 Pvt Robt H Carson Co I 4th GA Inf KIA 25 Mar 1865
12 Sgt Jms A Carson Co C 12th GA Inf Died 27 Aug 1862
13 Abner Chapman Co K 11th TX Inf  
14 Ambrose Barfield Co D 3rd GA Res  
15 Blasingame Harvey Co C 10th GA Inf  
16 David C Chapman Co B 46th GA Inf Schley Rifles
17 Elbert Barfield Co D 3rd GA Res  
18 Enoch Barfield Co H 27th GA Inf  
19 George W Chapman Co H 46th GA Inf  
20 John C Davidson Co C 6th GA Inf  
21 Joseph C Chapman Co G 27th GA Inf County Line Guards
22 William Barfield Co A 4th GA Inf  
23 William W Chapman Co B 46th GA Inf Schley Rifles
24 Britton J Mims Co B Styles Arty Georgia C.S.A.
25 Pvt John Cole Co B 24th GA Inf KIA Wilderness VA
26 W S A Bracewell Co G 49th GA Inf Laurens County
27 Wiley K Bracewell Co G 49th GA Inf Laurens County
28 Pvt Francis Green Co B 12th GA Inf  
29 Lt L B Mosley Co D 30th GA Inf Huguenin Rifles
30 James M. Cranford Co E 26th GA Inf Faulk Invincibles
31 Martin Luther Day Co E 57th GA Inf  
32 Pvt Allen Carver Co E 4th GA Cav Clinch's Cavalry
33 Cpl G Scattergood Co C 2nd GA Batn Floyd Rifles
34 Cpl J H M Cliett Co G 64th GA Inf  
35 Sgt Geo. P Lamar Co E 2nd GA Inf *
36 Sgt Major Oscar A Cliett Co A 55th GA Inf
37 Pvt W I Thigpen Co A 49th GA Inf Toomsboro GA
38 George W Sheram Co K 53rd GA Inf 1839 - 1936
39 Cpt James Fields Co C 8th GA Inf Bibb County
40 Joseph M Wheelus Co C 55th GA Inf Dooley County
41 Pvt Henry Wayne Co A 19th VA Cav 1840 - 1864
42 Lt John S Knott Co A 22nd GA Art Bartow Artillery
43 Pvt John A Gunn Co C 37th GA Batn Holloway Grays
44 Cpl John A Harbin 9th SC Inf Regt Oconee Co. SC
45 Cpl John A Harbin 9th SC Inf Regt Oconee Co. SC
46 Cpl John A Harbin 9th SC Inf Regt Oconee Co. SC
47 Cpl John A Harbin 9th SC Inf Regt Oconee Co. SC
48 Cpl John A Harbin 9th SC Inf Regt Oconee Co. SC
49 Cpl John A Harbin 9th SC Inf Regt Oconee Co. SC
50 Cpl John A Harbin 9th SC Inf Regt Oconee Co. SC
51 Cpl John A Harbin 9th SC Inf Regt Oconee Co. SC
52 Gen Barnard E Bee South Carolina 1824-KIA 1861 ANV
53 Gen John B Gordon GA; II-Corp ANV 1832 - 1904
54 Gen Micah Jenkins SC KIA by Friends 1835 - 1864 ANV
55 Gen N B Forrest Famed TN Cavalry 1821 - 1877
56 Gen P R Cleburne Cnty Cork & Ark 1828-KIA 1864 AOT
57 Gen States R Gist SC Brgs & Divs 1824-KIA 1864 AOT
58 Gen Wade Hampton SC Cavalry 1818 - 1902
59 Sgt Rich Kirkland Co E 2nd SC Vols Maryes Hts Hero
60 William M Collins Co B 26th GA Inf Bartow Light Inf
61 Cpl Noah Huffman Co K 46th NC Inf  
62 Elijah A Russell Co K 34th NC Inf Montgomery Boys
63 Septimus F. Theus Co C 59th GA Inf 1843 - 1864
64 Columbus M DuPree Co C 11th GA Trps 1846 - 1942
65 Cpt Thomas Settle Co D 31st GA Inf KIA Frdbg VA 1862
66 2Lt E Hatcher Co H 28th GA Inf  
67 Christ. Lowery Co B 57th GA Inf KIA Mobile 1862
68 Lt J T Woodward Co G 12th GA Inf KIA McDowell VA
69 Pvt Harrison Sears Co E 4th GA Cav  
70 Wm A N Lowery Co G 49th GA Inf  
71 Philander Lusk Co I 34th TN Inf 4th CPL
72 William A. Parsons Co D 12th AL Inf Volunteers
73 Winfield Scott Tarrant's Battery Alabama Light Art
74 Wm. Riley Hughes Co A 41st AL Inf Sipsey Guards
75 Clinton C Duncan Co A 14th GA Btn So. Rights Guards
76 Minor W Havis Co C 1st Regmt So. Rights Guards
77 Orran C Horne Co G 10th GA Inf Georgia Rangers
78 Gen Jos. Wheeler CSA Cavalry 1836Ė1906
79 Sgt J H McManus Co I 48th NC Inf 1824 - 1863
80 Pvt Wm T McWaters Co K 42nd GA Inf Calhoun Guards #2
81 Pvt W J Denham Co B 13th GA Inf Meriwether County
82 Henry Bloodworth Co D 57th GA Inf Wilkinson County
83 Geo. Wash. Norman Co G 15th GA Inf Lincoln County
84 Gideon N. Strozier Co G 61st GA Inf 1843 - 1914
85 John S Norman Co G 15th GA Inf Lincoln County
86 Peyton S Norman Co G 15th GA Inf Lincoln County
87 J M Pritchett Co C 19th Cavalry Confederate Cav
88 Sgt Paul Meadows Co G 10th Cavalry Confederate Cav
89 Americus M Blount Co H 53rd GA Inf 1844-1879
90 Pvt C.C. McDaniel Croft's Battery Columbus1837-1918
91 Pvt Labon Adams Co C 16th GA Inf 1829 - 1864
92 Sgt R B Schofill Co E 57th GA Inf 1833 - 1913
93 Alvin J Henderson Co G 34th AL Inf Tallapoosa County
94 George Scroggins Co A 1st AL Inf 1844 - 1924
95 James J Scroggins Co A 1st AL Inf Tallapoosa Rifles
96 Jesse B Barfield Co A 10th GA Batn Co.B 22nd GA Art
97 Thomas B Theus Co C 59th GA Inf 1841 - 1918
98 W M Scroggins Co A 1st AL Inf Tallapoosa Rifles
99 4 Sgt H.H. Smith Co I 57th GA Inf Barkuloo Rifles
100 Lt Thomas J Carr Co G 43rd GA Inf Immortal 600
101 Pvt Robert I Carr Co K 57th GA Inf Oconee Greys
102 J Rodney Thigpen Co H 1st GA Res 1830 - 1864
103 Richmond H Watson Co K 11th GA Inf Houston Vols
104 Alfred R Theus Co C 59th GA Inf 1838 - 1863
105 Gen J Longstreet Corps Commander Army No. Virginia
106 John B Theus Co C 59th GA Inf 1834 - 1863
107 Pvt John Anderson Co I 19th TN Cav 1846 - 1943
108 William H Theus Co C 59th GA Inf 1836 - 1864
109 Pvt Cullen Cravey Co B 49th GA Inf Telfair County
110 Pvt Irvin Spivey Co F 48th GA Inf KIA Feb1865 VA
111 Pvt James Spiers Greens Co. GA Inf Armory Guards

112 George Y Griffin Co B 44th GA Inf Jasper Co Vols
113 Jefferson Griffin Co B 44th GA Inf Jasper Co Vols
114 John D Griffin Co H 12th GA Inf Bibb Co CC Blues
115 John L Wimberly Co I 6th GA Inf Twiggs Co Guards
116 Noah F Shuford Co I 11th NC Inf Bethel Regiment
117 Masten Bridwell Co G 3rd GA Inf 2nd LT
118 Malachi Bridwell Co G 3rd GA Inf SGT
119 PVT Zion Bridwell 8th Bttn  GA State Guards
120 GEN T J Jackson ANV Corps Cmdr 1824 - 1863
121 GEN Robert E Lee Commander ANV 1807 - 1870

Cleanup of Cliett Cemetery - click for larger version
Camp 1399 Cleans up Cliett Cemetery
March 4th, 2006

Monument Installed at Cliett Cemetery - click for larger version
Camp 1399 Installs Confederate Monument
at Cliett Cemetery May 13th, 2006

Monument Unloaded at Cliett Cemetery - click for larger version
Camp 1399 unloads Confederate Monument
at Cliett Cemetery May 13th, 2006

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