Chattanooga National Cemetery - Notable Interments

Notable Interments

  • James J. Andrews, Civil War Union civilian.
  • William Hunter Campbell, Civil War Union Army officer.
  • Master Sergeant Ray E. Duke, Medal of Honor recipient for action in the Korean War
  • Desmond Doss, the first conscientious objector to become of a Medal of Honor recipient.
  • Cal Ermer, Major League Baseball player and Marine Corps veteran.
  • Sergeant Marion A. Ross, Civil War Medal of Honor recipient for action in Andrew's Raid.
  • Sergeant John M. Scott, Civil War Medal of Honor recipient for action in Andrews' Raid.
  • Sergeant Samuel Slavens, Civil War Medal of Honor recipient for action in Andrews' Raid.
  • Private Samuel Robertson, Civil War Medal of Honor recipient for action in Andrews' Raid.
  • William P. Sanders, Civil War Union Army officer.
  • John Moorehead Scott, Civil War Medal of Honor recipient.
  • Philip Gephart Shadrack, Union Army and Andrews' Raid officer.
  • Timothy Robbins Stanley, Brigadier General during the Civil War.
  • Sammy Strang, Major League Baseball player and United States Military Academy coach.
  • George Davenport Wilson, Andrews' Raid and Civil War Union Army officer.
  • William F. Zion, Boxer Rebellion Medal of Honor recipient.
  • 186 foreign prisoners of war from World War I and World War II.

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