The General James Longstreet Chapter, Children of the Confederacy, sponsored by the Maryville Captain W.Y.C. Hannum UDC,  placed a Memorial Wreath at  the graves of three Confederate Soldiers first marked by iron Southern Crosses over 100 years ago. The graves, located in historic Baker's Creek Cemetery in southern Blount County, were those of brothers James C. and George Howard and their brother-in-law Joseph McClain. Pictured in front are Nicholas Wood, Tyler Byrd-Gallostra, Amber Hall and Madison Gallostra. In back, from left, are Florence Byrd, Shirley Hall, Dylan Moya, Austin Hall, Cheyenne Miller and Sheryl Gallostra.

The General James Longstreet Chapter, Children of the Confederacy, sponsored by the Maryville Captain W.Y.C. Hannum UDC, placed a Memorial Wreath at the graves of three Confederate Soldiers first marked by iron Southern Crosses over 100 years ago. The graves, located in historic Baker's Creek Cemetery in southern Blount County, were those of brothers James C. and George Howard and their brother-in-law Joseph McClain. Pictured in front are Nicholas Wood, Tyler Byrd-Gallostra, Amber Hall and Madison Gallostra. In back, from left, are Florence Byrd, Shirley Hall, Dylan Moya, Austin Hall, Cheyenne Miller and Sheryl Gallostra.

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