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by John Collier

About 12 months ago I received a list of the known Confederates buried in Britain and was amazed that there were only five recorded cases. Knowing that there must be many more, I decided to try and locate as many as possible.

To begin with I asked people who I thought might know of others buried here, like Roy Rawlinson who has a www site about the Liverpool-Bulloch-CSS Alabama connection. This added few more names and locations to the list. An article I put in two local newspapers generated some interest, and I was informed of three soldiers buried locally.

As you will know many of the CS commerce raiders had crews made up almost entirely of British seamen. After getting their names off the ships' rosters I put notices on the family notice boards that are on the www. Also by now, others with an interest in the war were beginning to hear of my search and some were able to contribute other names to my list.

I often passed some of these names onto an associate SCV member here named Tony Jones, who would often contact the authorities in the area these men came from. In many cases we were able to record that they had died there.

Many of those buried in Britain were born here, like Father John B Bannon, (whose name I originally got from Camp Adjutant Lars Gjertveit. John B Bannon was one of the greatest of CS heroes,as was Comm. James Dunwody Bulloch, CSN, who was American born, but died in Liverpool in 1901. He was not covered by the amnesty after the war and he could not return to America.

Others made a mark on history too, like Colonel Richard Milton Cary, buried in Cornwall, who led the 30th Virginia Inf. with distinction, Capt Stephen Winthrop, buried in Gloucestershire, rode next to Jeb Stuart, and Capt. John Low buried at Golborne, brought so much arms and ammunition into America aboard the CSS Fingal that the South were able to fight a huge battle with it! ( Shiloh).

I must thank all those involved in the search for Southern graves here. People like the 'gravediggers 'of the Southern Skirmish association, Terry Foenander, of Australia for giving me so many leads, the family members who recognized their ancestors names on family message boards, my wife Barbie who always makes sure a CS grave is always left tidy and free of weeds, and all those others who gave me so much help.

I have estimated that between 400 and 2000 Confederates are buried in Britain. Many will never be found and are, sadly, lost forever, but many are now listed and will be remembered and honoured for as long as there are people to do so.

JOHN COLLIER ,...FULL member SCV Camp # 584( Maj-Gen W D McCain)
and associate member SCV Camp # 1770 ( Capt J I Waddell)


(1) Comm. James Dunwody BULLOCH ,CSN, buried Toxteth, Liverpool died Jan 7 1901.

(2) Lt. Irvine Stephens BULLOCH, CSN, ( CSS Alabama, CSS Shenandoah) buried Toxteth, Liverpool.

(3) James Mc DONALD, CSS Florida buried West Derby Necropolis grave 240,died 20 Mar.1865 aged 28.

(4) Col. James DUFF ,33rd TX Cav. Died London 1900.

(5) Capt John LOW ,CSN died 6 Sept 1906 buried Golborne, Lancs.( CSS Alabama,CSS Fingal ,CSS Tuscaloosa).

(6) Pte. James WEADLEY ,CoE 2nd Tenn Inf ,CSA k.i.a. 6th April 1862 at Shiloh, family grave Dean Rd, Scarborough.

(7) Capt Stephen WINTHROP, general staff ANV, died 13 March, 1879, buried Painswick, Gloucs.Plot no. 2098.

(8) Capt Charles MURRAY, CSA, buried family vault, Dunmore,Scotland.

(9) Capt John ROWAN, CSA,died Nov 29 1867 buried,St James Cemetery, Liverpool grave no C-1061.

(10)Pte.( later Sir) Henry Morton STANLEY ,6th Arkansas Inf. died 10 May 1904, buried Pirbright, Surrey.

(10a) Pte.( later Sir) Henry Morton STANLEY,6th Arkansas Inf. died 10 May 1904 ,plaque on the North wall of St Michael & All Angels Church, Pirbright, Surrey.

(11) Michael MARS , CSN. CSS Alabama, believed buried London August 1878, but, M.Rigby states he died America 1891.

(12) John CAREN ,CSS Alabama,died Mar1914 buried Anfield, Liverpool, grave 7-642.

(13) George HORWOOD,CSS Alabama & CSS Shenandoah, died 5 Oct 1888 buried grave C28, St James, Liverpool.

(14) Henry W. ALLCOT, CSS Alabama, CSS Shenandoah died 3 Mar 1891, Liverpool.

(15) Samuel BREWER ,CSS Alabama,died 1886 ,Liverpool.

(16) Capt Charles Ambrose McEVOY, CSN, buried Codicote,Herts.

(17) Col. Richard Milton CARY, 30th VA Inf. died 15 March 1886 in Woodfield, Budock, buried Falmouth, Cornwall 1886.

(18) Thomas POTTER, CSS Alabama, died 3 Feb 1867, Liverpool.

(19) Frederick Matthew JOHNS ,CSS Alabama, family grave St James, Liverpool Cof E no.C 432.

(20) Gen. Patrick Royayne CLEBURN.plaque at St. Cuthberts Church, Cliburn, Cumberland.

(21) Col. Robert Alexander SMITH ,10th Miss Inf. monument at Dean Cemetery ,
Edinburgh, k.i.a. Mundsfordville,Tenn. 1862.

(22) Samuel HENRY ,CSS Alabama, died Birkenhead 1919.

(23) Comm .Arthur SINCLAIR ,CSN buried 3 June 1865, Fleetwood

(24) Father John BANNON,1st Missouri Brigade died Dublin, July 14 ,1913 ( now believed born 29th Dec.1829 died 14th July 1919).

(25)Col. William L KNIGHT ,3rd Alabama Inf. buried Croydon Cemetery grave 7742-C5,7 March 1914 age 82. (lived at 42 Addiscombe Court Rd, E.Croydon).

(26) John TALLANTIRE, CSS Alabama, buried Bridlington grave C211 buried 3 Sep 1913.DISPUTED

(27) William WATSON, CS Army, blockade runner, buried Seamer (?) , N.Yorks.

(28) James GLEVIN, CSS Alabama, buried 31 Jan 1915 , Maryport, Scotland. DISPUTED

(29) Capt.Henry Wemyss FEILDEN, CSA died 18 June 1921, Burwash, Sussex, buried 21 June 1921 age 82. buried in churchyard extension Burwash.

(30) William McNeil WHISTLER, Orr's Rifles. buried London (?) 

(31) Llewellyn Traherne Bassett SAUNDERSON, Staff Officer to Fitz Lee, died Ireland 30 March 1913.

(32) Joseph CONNOR, CSS Alabama, buried Liverpool.

(33) James McFADGEN,CSS Alabama, died L'pool (?)

(34)John DUGGAN,CSS Alabama & CSS Tuscaloosa died L'pool (?)

(35) William CRAWFORD, CSS Alabama, died L'pool(?)

(36) Robert EGAN .as above.

(37) John above.

(38) Edward above.

(39) James HOGGS or above.

(40) Peter above.

(41) Thomas WILLIAMS,CSS Alabama & CSS Tuscaloosa,died Liverpool(?)

(42) Joseph PEARSON, CSS Alabama ,died Liverpool(?)

(43) Asst Surg.David Herbert LLEWELLYN, CSS Alabama, plaque at Charring Cross Hosp. died June 19 1864.

(43a) Asst Surg.David Herbert LLEWELLYN, CSS Alabama, monument at Easton Parish Church,Wilts.

(45) David MARSHALL ,CSS Shenandoah ,buried Liverpool(?)

(46) Asst Sur. Thomas J. CHARLTON, CSS Georgia, CSS Florida, buried Liverpool(?) NOW KNOWN TO BE BURIED IN GA.

(47) Maurice Berkeley PORTMAN, ACD to Wade Hampton died N.Petherton ,Somerset 12 Jan 1888.

(48) Herbert Sydney DAVIES,7th Tenn. Inf buried England(?)

(49) Thomas E. CAFFEY ,Co D 18th Miss,b.London ,buried England(?)

(50) Capt. Charles Hubert BRYNE, Co H ,1st Foreign Battalion CSA, buried England(?)

(51) Edmund Langley HUNT, CS forces, died July 1st 1911, buried England (?). Two of his brothers also believed to be in CS service.

(52) CS Chaplain Thomas Davenport OZANNE,died 20 Feb.1868, aged 48 buried Castel Cemetery, St Peter Port, Guernsey.

(53) George Townley FULLAM,CSS Alabama, family grave is at Charterhouse, Hull.

(54) Bennett G. BURLEY CSN, buried Scotland?

(55) Major Henry Ronald MacIVER( Dec 25th 1841-May 1907), Scout to Gen.Trimble, buried Scotland?

(56)1st Sgt.William WATSON, 3rd Louisiana Inf, Pelican Rifles, buried Glasgow?


(57) John NOLAN, 2nd Florida Inf.

(59) Thomas Longmain CSS Virginia II ,born England 1842 .

(60) Capt Richard AGAR,CoG. 1st LA Heavy artillery.

(61) Capt BURNES, on staff of Gen Bragg.

(62) Maj. Charles Henry FORD, 1st VA Bn.

(63) Maj HODGES , Gen Beauregard's Staff.

(64)? PRENDERGAST, 10th Tenn Inf.

(65) Stuart James SHORTT, on staff of T. F. Drayton and W. T. Martin.

(66) Lt.John F. RAMSEY ,CSN.

(67) Lt. John GRIMBALL,CSS Shenandoah.

(68) Asst. Engineer, W. H . CODD, CSS Shenandoah.

(69) John MINOR CSN, CSS Shenandoah.

(70)? MacGREFFERY, CSS Shenandoah.

(71) Ernest MUGGUFFENEY, CSS Shenandoah.

(72) Lodge COLTON, CSS Shenandoah.

(73) J. L. GUY,CSS Shenandoah.

Original leads supplied by;-
Chris Old..........1,5,7,8,10-21.
Roy Rawlinson ........2,23,28,32-43.
Maurice Rigby..........3,9.
Scarborough B.C. (parks dept)..6
Tony Jones......... 10a
Norman Creaser...... 26,27.
Bill Torrens...........29-31,47-52,59-65.
Terry Foenander........43a,45,45,53,58,66.
Scots -in -the -Civil War.. 54-56.
Lars ( SCV Camp Europe)..24,25.
Steve( SCV Camp # 1770)...67-73.
Unrecorded ..........4,22

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