1st Lt. David Richard Reynolds Camp, SCV, Mount Pleasant, Texas


SCV Graves Registry

Grave Registry

Welcome to the Sons of Confederate Veterans Confederate Graves Registry

This project is dedicated to the memory of George Ballentine, who was one of the first men to recognize the need for a comprehensive searchable database of Confederate Veteran grave sites: CGR

George started the first data collection in the Texas Division, and inspired others to join the team, but crossed over the river before he could finish his work. Others have picked up the colors, and the work continues.

To submit records to the database use this link: SCV Confederate Grave Registration Form
Requires Adobe Reader 9.5 Please click the pop up in the top right hand corner if the form does not have fill able blanks.

Andrea Prouse has been kind enough to provide a tutorial and instructions and they can be accessed below:
Submitter Tutorial - National Site Format
CGR Consistency Instructions

Graves Registry committee members have been advised that Open Office spreadsheet format is
not compatible with Excel spreadsheet format and should not be used to submit data to the CGR.

In conjunction with the Confederate Graves Registry Program, The Texas SCV has developed the Graves Survey Project. Anyone interested in learning a method for systematically gathering Confederate grave data to be included in the CGR can contact texas3rdltcommander@yahoo.com for further information.

The 1st Lt. David Richard Reynolds Camp #2270 has taken Graves Registry one step furthur. Starting with Titus County, Texas, we are attempting to not only identify all Confederate Graves, but to assign a Guardian to them. You can see a list of the Cemeteries that we have identified here!