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Members of the Memorial Group of the Sons of the Confederate Veterans conducting the dedication of the memorial of William Scott who died in a Camp Douglas IL as a Prisoner of War. 

Conducting the 21 Gun Salute.

The historic Confederate Colors in full display. The new memorial is yet unveiled.

The W. S. Scott Dedication Ceremony (Revealing a valiant Soldier's short life.)

The W.S. Scott Dedication Ceremony (Revealing a valiant Soldier's Military Record.)

Visitors & kin of William S. Scott present at the Chaffin Cemetery for the dedication 11 Oct 2009, of his new military marker at Chaffin Cemetery. Left to Right:
Chris Raney - Barbara Flores' sister, g-granddaughter of Elisha James Knox Polk Pullen. He is buried in Mt. Olivet Cemetery in Nashville.
Wesley Pullen - gr-grandson of Quintillian Pullen Adams. She is buried in New Hope Cemetery near Belfast, Tennessee
Ms. Jackson - gr-granddaugther of Sylvester E. T. Pullen. He is buried in a unmarked grave at Cedar Hill Cemetery off of Hwy 412. His wife is buried there also.
Barbara Flores - gr-granddaughter of Elisha James Knox Polk Pullen Of Elisha and Nancy Elizabeth Scott Pullen children.
Nancy Turner - gr-granddaughter of Martha Ellen Pullen- she is buried at Mt. Ararat Cemetery in Lawrence County.
Our thanks go to the Brawders (currend land owners) who allowed this ceremony.

Photos from Chris Raney's collection. Labeling by Wes Pullen. Added here 30 Oct 2009 by Wayne Austin. 
Actual Dedication occurred 11 Oct 2009. Our thanks to the Sons & Daughters of the Confederate Veterans
for providing this historic moment.