Friendship Dedication

               Hugh Bentley                                        George Hefner                                   Daniel L Isenhour             
Hugh Bentley George Hefner Daniel L Isenhour

               David B Little                                        Lt Daniel A Little                                   Joseph Page             
David B Little Daniel A Little Josph Page

                John R Stafford                                         Ephraim Bowman                                  Lewis Bowman             
John stafford Ephraim Bowman Lewis Bowman

Tilford J White
Tilford White

Service of Dedication
Sunday, November 9, 2008 3:00 p.m.
Friendship Lutheran Church Cemetery
Alexander County, North Carolina
by the
Sons of Confederate Veterans
Rocky Face Rangers Camp 1948
with the Ladies of the Order of the Confederate Rose,
Chapter 27, Southern Cross

New Veterans Administration grave markers were dedicated for the following Confederate Soldiers and veterans buried in
Friendship Lutheran Church cemetery:

Pvt. Hugh B. Bentley, Co. A 7th NC
Corp. George W. Hefner, Co. G 37th NC
Pvt. Daniel L. Isenhour, Co. F 37th NC
Pvt. David B. Little, Co. G 37th NC
1st Lt. Daniel A. Little, Co. E 32nd NC
Pvt. George Little, Co. E 32nd NC
Pvt. Joseph Page, Co. B 37th NC
Pvt. John R. Stafford, Co. B 37th NC
Pvt. Tilford J. White, Co. E 32nd NC Regiment Infantry
Ephraim Bowman, Home Guard NC
Lewis Bowman, Home Guard NC
Davolt B. Little, Home Guard NC

Photos From Dedication

Sons of Confederate Rangers

Dedication - Friendship

Sons of Confederate Rangers

John Stafford

John Stafford
Raven Earnhardt and sister, Pearl Earnhardt Livengood;
great-grandchildren of Pvt. Hugh B. Bentley

Photos provided by James Miller

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