Helena Confederate Cemetery

The Helena Confederate Cemetery was created by the Phillips County Memorial Association in 1869. About 73 named and 29 unnamed gravestones are within its grounds. More than half of the bodies are casualties of the July 4, 1863 Battle of Helena, originally buried in other local graves and reinterred when the new cemetery opened. Many veterans who survived the war also chose to be buried there. It includes the burial site for Confederate General Patrick R. Cleburne. An exhibit near the cemetery discusses seven high-ranking Confederate officers from Phillips County.

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SW corner of Maple Hill Cemetery; Entrance on North Holly, Helena-West Helena, Arkansas