Headstones recognize the names of Confederate soldiers and their families

Left: Sallie Butler lived at the home from 1925 to 1935. The Confederate Soldiers Home of Missouri was unique in that the families of the soldiers of the Confederate army also lived there. 

Center: Private James N. Payne lived at the home from 1929-1935. He was with Company A, Searcy's Battalion, Missouri Sharpshooters.

Right: Private Alfred J. Oliver lived at the home from 1931-35. He was part of Brooks' 1st Battalion Arkansas Cavalry. His is one of about 723 graves.

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