We have been succesful in finding many Confederate graves that had been lost for decades. Many were famous figures and
historically important charachters like William Watson of the 3rd La Inf, and also a blockade runner and regarded by many
as Margaret Mitchel's inspiration for Rhett Butler
But.....we are still searching for many veterans we suspect may be buried here. here are our 3 most wanted
MICHAEL MARS.-The charismatic mate of the CSS Alabama, famous for daring rescues and escapes. Long believed
to be buried in London , but we now know this Michael Mars is not the one we seek. There is a possibility he lived in America
under an assumed name and died in Savannah ,Georgia in 1891
CHARLES AMBROSE MACEVOY;- Confederate underwater expert, died in Codicote , Herts in 1905 but does not
appear to be buried there ?...his son was a famous artist and is buried in Bath, maybe the search should centre on there ?
JAMES DUFF;-Colonel of the 33rd TX Cav...died in London at 60 Castenau, Barnes in 1900. we have his
death certificate and have positive proff that this is 'our man' mysteriously his grave site remains elusive to us .