Confederate Veterans Monument - Byron, GA - Cliett Cemetery
The monument to Confederate Veterans on Georgia 247 Connector was dedicated June 24, 2006 at 4:00pm. Memorial
engraved bricks at the monument and information about the dedication are posted here.
About Cliett Cemetery ||
About Stevens Street Cemetery ||
About Woodward Cemetery
Confederate Veterans at Byron City Cemetery
SCV Camp 1399 maintains several cemeteries in central Georgia and honors the Confederate Veterans buried there with annual memorial
services. Our Camp's namesake, Lt. James T. Woodward, is buried in Bibb County and a memorial service is held annually at the
Woodward Cemetery on Hartley Bridge Road. Camp 1399 is the custodian and
maintains the Stevens Street Cemetery (aka Bason Cemetery) in Warner Robins and holds an annual memorial service
(traditionally the Friday before Confederate Memorial Day April 26th) to honor the Confederate veterans buried there. The cemetery was
abandoned and neglected when Camp 1399 secured custodianship of the cemetery in 1984. See additional photos on the
Memorial Day page.
Confederate Monument at Cliett Cemetery as of May 13, 2006
This site dedicated to the Confederate Soldiers of Georgia
of whom many paid the ultimate sacrifice in defense of their state and their
nation, the Confederate States of America, during the War for Southern
Honor a Confederate Veteran with an Engraved Memorial Brick!
Camp #1399 has paved the area around the monument with
memorial bricks engraved with the name, unit and county of
Confederate Veterans. Southern Heritage supporters may purchase
a brick with the
name of a
Confederate Veteran they choose or the Camp will nominate one for them.
All brick buyers will receive a framable Certificate
of Appreciation with the name of the veteran they honored with a memorial
brick. For more information about buying a memorial brick,
go to the Memorial Brick Order
Form. All proceeds
go to SCV heritage preservation projects and to maintain and improve
this monument to Confederate Veterans.
Brick engraving by BRICK SCULPTURE by Cannon, Inc. – http://www.bricksculpture.com/