North Carolina, USA
|Death: ||Mar., 1864|
He was a Confederate Soldier
26th Infantry Regiment
Yancey was buried first at Gordonsville Receiving Hospital.
He was later re-buried in the hospital part of Maplewood Cemetery.
1850 Census, Chatham County, N.C.:
Yancy Allred 29 NC
Mary 17 NC
Lucina 1 NC
1860 Census, Chatham County, N.C.:
Yancy Allred 36 NC
Mary Allred 26 NC
Lucina Allred 13 NC
Maplewood Cemetery has record that Yancey B. Allred is on the confederate soldiers list for being buried at Maplewood. Grave is not known.
From records his date of death is March 1864 company G 26 N.C.
Info below from FDP:
The Exchange Hotel in downtown Gordonsville was used as a civil War hospital. The bodies of 700 soldiers were buried there and later re-interred in Maplewood Cemetery, a distance way. It is my understanding that these men were buried in a mass grave and only a few have markers. I did not find a marker for Yancey Allred. I may be wrong but I believe that those with marked graves were contributed by descendants or groups who privately sponsored the stones. The Exchange Hotel is online and you may be able to find more info on their site or by calling them. There is no "Hospital part oft he cemetery" that I am aware of on the Exchange Hotel grounds. There is a placard at the back of Maplewood Cemetery in memory of the 700 soldiers.
You can view this on the Maplewood Cemetery main FaG page. (Click the image to enlarge, in order to read).
There is a photo of the entire monument (plaque with stone base) stone on the Town of Gordonsville's website.
2 June 2013
Reuben Allred (1798 - 1860)
Sarah A. Spoon Allred (1803 - 1864)
Mary Lucina Allred (1835 - 1897)
Milton Woody Allred (1860 - 1936)*
Yancey B. Allred (1822 - 1864)
Mary Allred Bray (1823 - 1888)*
William Reuben Allred (1825 - 1861)*
Elijah Allred (1832 - 1910)*
Henry C. Allred (1838 - ____)*
Note: His grave is unmarked
Created by: deegraver
Record added: Mar 27, 2013
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