a202 (381, anc. 690) 15th A.C. Field Hospital at Murphy Rice Saw Mill A Virtual Cemetery created by: Janet
Description: 33 graves, including several confederates who were not re-interred to the National Cemetery.
Field Hospital Cemetery 3 1/2 miles east of Atlanta 1 mile north of the Decatur St road at Murphy Rice & Co Saw Mill.
1st row facing north and numbered east to west. All named graves belong to 4th Division, 15th Army Corps: Cox, Hickernell, Pearce, Scott, Foster, Wearmouth, Wygant, #8 F-66 illegible (F-4655), Cohee, #10 F-68 no name (F-4657), #11 F-69 no name (F-4658), #12 F-70 illegible & #13 F-71 illegible (F-4659 and F-4660) originally next to Hickernell, #14 F-72 no name (F-4661) was originally in rear of Col Greathouse [48th Illinois, 3rd Brigade, 4th Division, 15th Army Corps], #15 F-73 no name (F-4662),
2nd row facing north numbered from east to west. All named graves belong to 2nd Division, 15th Army Corps: Liston, #17 F-75 illegible (F-4664) supposed to be John Molay or Malay death date of July 22, #18 F-76 no name (F-4665) death date of July 22, Ray, Hallsted, Flora, #22 F-80 illegible (F-4669), #23 & #24 F-81 & F-82 (F-4670 & F-4671) two with no names in one grave. Martin, Deboys, Dennis, Ibes, Weil, Moran, Banes.
In the battlefield burial record there are 6 Unknowns before J E Liston, buried in F-4657 thru F-4662. F-4659 and F-4660 have a note "illegible, next to Hickernell". F-4661 has a note "in rear of Col. Greathouse's". Two Unknowns listed after him, F-4664 noted as "supposed to be John Molay or Malay", not found and F-4665, "No Name"; both have death date of July 22, 1864.;
#30-Jenkins, Hoods cmd; #31 1 grave of 4 rebels; #32 Wm Martin; #33-JA Logan rebel 44th Miss
One mile NW of the above cemetery 25 yds north of the Houston St road on Muply's land in the woods under a white oak tree: Reuben Daniels.