Chattanooga National Cemetery
Chattanooga, Tennessee

last updated November 20, 1998


The Chattanooga National Cemetery is located at 1200 Bailey Avenue in Chattanooga, Tennessee. Soldiers from all periods of service, to include more than 12,000 Civil War soldiers, are buried in this vast, hilly cemetery. A complete index of burials is available at all times just outside the Cemetery Office. Further information may be obtained by contacting the Chattanooga National Cemetery office at phone 423-855-6590. Main Entrance Gate Main Entrance Gate
(click for full view)

Known Soldiers of the 14th Kentucky Volunteer Infantry Regiment (USA)
NAMEDATE OF BIRTHDATE OF DEATHSERVICE INFORMATIONLOCATION OF GRAVE (Section/Number)
Francis M. BurgessunkAug 10, 1864Company H, Second LieutenantF-2365
John CandellunkJul 4, 1864Company E, PrivateE-11586
Enoch P. ChreechunkAug 16, 1864Company B, PrivateF-1930
John D. CulverunkDec 24, 1864Company D, PrivateG-8481
John L. GobbleunkJun 15, 1864Company B, SergeantE-11264
Ira HammonunkJul 12, 1864Company C, PrivateE-11892
James W. HyltonunkOct 3, 1864Company F, PrivateF-2324
Michael KimberlinunkJun 18, 1864Company I, PrivateE-11414
Hiram KimblerunkJul 6, 1864Company G, PrivateE-11722
Stephen L. MayunkJul 20, 1864Company FF-1641
Dial RisnerunkAug 17, 1864Company F, PrivateF-1937
George W. SkaggsunkAug 25, 1864Company B, PrivateF-2099
Allen SparksunkJun 29, 1864Company G, PrivateE-11639
Morgan S. SpearsunkSep 18, 1864Company K, PrivateF-2173
William TwimanunkJul 31, 1864Company E, PrivateF-1723


Note: The above was compiled from information provided by Marlitta Perkins (Historian, 14th KY Vol Inf Reg), cemetery index, gravemarkers, and data currently on hand. Variations in this information to actual records are possible, and should be verified for accuracy. If you have information on any of these soldiers, please contact me at the address below.


PACK Burials Within the Cemetery
NAMEDATE OF BIRTHDATE OF DEATHSERVICE INFORMATIONLOCATION OF GRAVE (Section/Number)
Howard Clinton PackOctober 13, 1911May 21, 1973TN - WWII - Master Sergeant, U. S. ArmyLL-449
James Stanley PackSeptember 1, 1935January 26, 1995Specialist Four, U. S. ArmyDD-231
Thomas O. Pack, Jr.May 22, 1939October 16, 1960TN - Airman 2nd Class, U. S. Air ForceBB-504
Thomas Oscar Pack, Sr.February 26, 1916September 2, 1964TN - WWII - Private First Class, Company L, 378 InfantryBB-465


Additional scenes of the cemetery may be viewed in full by clicking on the photos below.

Pedestrian Entrance on Bailey Avenue Standing in Sect E looking across Sect BB to Flagpole Standing in front of the Services Memorial Pavillion looking at Inside of Arch beside the Lake Memorial Markers at base of hill of the Flagpole on NE Side Outside of Arch beside the Lake Andrew Ralder's Monument in Sect H facing Holtzclaw Avenue
Standing in Sect LL looking toward Andrew Ralder's Monument to top of Flagpole hill Looking toward Sect F from near the road Services Memorial Pavillion beside the Lake Standing in front of the Services Memorial Pavillion looking toward Sect CC Standing in Sect E looking toward Sect D Standing in Sect E looking toward Holtzclaw Avenue
Standing by Flagpole looking toward Sect F Standing by Flagpole looking toward Sect P on the R Standing by Flagpole looking toward Sect B Standing by Flagpole looking toward Main Entrance Gate Standing by Flagpole looking toward Sect PP Standing by Flagpole looking toward Sect C
Standing in Sect BB looking NE (Flagpole hill is on the L) Standing in Sect BB looking South across Sect E to Holtzclaw Avenue Monument between Sect C & F Standing along road looking across Sect F--around the tree are buried the officers Map showing the Sections of the Cemetery



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