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CHAFFIN CEMETERY-MAURY COUNTY TENNESSEE-WILEY HOLLOW ROAD

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.

www.censusdiggins.com/prison_camp_douglas.html
www.graveyards.com/Il/Cook/oakwoods/
www.graveyards.com/Il/Cook/oakwoods/confederate-names/

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.