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John H. Holdridge, Drummer, 14th Regiment

The first four photos are from Hackneyville, Tallapoosa County, Alabama, and the other photos are from De Leon Cemetery, Comanche County, Texas. Click photo to enlarge.
Hillabee Blues CSA Monument (front) Hillabee Campground Cemetery Tallapoosa County Alabama

Marker commemorating the 14th Infantry, Company G, Hillabee Blues, Hackneyville Cemetery

Hillabee Blues CSA Monument front close-up Hillabee Campground Cemetery Tallapoosa County Alabama

Closer view of the marker, listing members, including H. H. Holdridge, drummer, and his brother James W.

Hillabee Blues CSA Monument (back) Hillabee Campground Cemetery Tallapoosa County Alabama

Reverse side of marker, listing members, including John Holdridge, private

Hillabee Blues CSA Monument back close-up Hillabee Campground Cemetery Tallapoosa County Alabama

Closer view of the Hillabee marker. Many thanks to Jean Clements for the Hillabee photos

Confederate Grave Marker Dedication, August 12, 2000, De Leon Cemetery, Comanche County, Texas

Master of Ceremonies, Melvin Burt, SCV, great-grandson of John H. Holdridge

Camp Henderson Camp #1 from Cleburn, Texas

Camp Henderson Camp #1 preparing the rifle salute

Camp Henderson Camp #1 giving the rifle salute

The marker commemorating the CSA service of John Henry Holdridge is unveiled

We had to move farther away for the cannon salute because it was so loud

Marker commemorating CSA Service of John H. Holdridge