Added by: Betty Jean Wolverton-Dwyer/George
PVT George Washington Fallin
Death: Jul. 9, 1865
St. Mary’s County
Son of Felite Fallin and Celestia (Huckaby) Fallin of Georgia.
Husband of S. E. (Moore) Fallin.
Married on 28 Feb. 1861 in Taliaferro County, Georgia.
Buried in the Confederate Memorial Park, Fallin, George W, 49 GA Inf. Co. D, POW.
source: http://www.plpow.com/POWDead_NotListed.htm “Point Lookout Prison Camp for Confederates from 1863 to 1865 in the state of Maryland during the War for Southern Independence.
Point Lookout was a genocidal, ethnic cleansing, concentration camp filled with federal atrocities that housed over 52,000 Southerners, with a death count of over 14,000.” source: http://www.plpow.com/
Point Lookout Confederate Cemetery
St. Mary’s County
Created by: TEXAS TUDORS
Record added: Dec 29, 2015
Find A Grave Memorial# 156474269
“You Got It All Wrong
You say that I’m unethical – you label me a fool
I’m simply bein’ respectful – of my g’great Grandaddy’s views
He was for love and freedom – Southern thru and thru
He fought against oppression -hate and over-rule
My great grandaddy’s daddy -went marching off to war
What he stood for gallantly – is now what I’m standing for
You’re asking me to give up -things dear to my heart
If you can’t hear me clear enough – I’ll take it from the start
You Got it all wrong!
I’m a Southern man from the sweet southland
Lordy, I’m just like you
You got it all wrong!
If you’d take my hand, you could understand
Together we’d know the truth
You got it all wrong! You got it all wrong!
Oh, I’m glad I am in Dixie – where hearts are strong and true
But that dear anthem has been banned – by people just like you
Now you want to take our flag – that very proudly waves
Over our grandfathers who are turning in their graves.
Now you don’t realize – just what you’re trying to do
If I could open up your eyes – the truth might shine on thru
This is the flag – the home – the land – of my dear family
And with every ounce of strength I’ll stand to save their memory”
source: The Rebelairs