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Marietta Confederate Cemetary, Marietta, Georgia USA 5
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The Marietta Confederate Cemetery is the largest Confederate cemetery South of Richmond, Virginia. It is one of the largest burial grounds for Confederate dead, being the resting place to over 3000 soldiers from every confederate state and Maryland, Missouri and Kentucky. The cemetery was established in 1863 as a gift from Jane Glover who was the wife of Marietta's first mayor. It sits on the site of a former Baptist church that was later moved to a new location in downtown Marietta
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