47TH MISSOURI INFANTRY REGIMENT
WHERE THEY FOUGHT
PALMER SPRING IN PALMER,
MEN OF THE 47TH
MISSOURI INFANTRY BURIED AT THE
After the war the United States Government paid to have the remains of Union Soldiers who died and were buried where they died moved to the closest National Cemetery. The 47th Missouri Infantry have men buried at Stones River National Cemetery, Nashville National Cemetery, Mound City National Cemetery and Jefferson Barracks National Cemetery. These men are some of the ones who died while in Tennessee guarding bridges near Spring Hill, Columbia, Pulaski and Farmington.