Wednesday, September 22, 2021

Sons of Confederate Veterans ‘Put to Rest for Eternity’ Gen. Nathan Bedford in Columbia, Tennessee

COLUMBIA, Tennessee – Confederate Lt. Gen. Nathan Bedford Forrest was “put to rest for eternity” Saturday by the Sons of Confederate Veterans (SCV) at the National Confederate Headquarters and Museum at Historic Elm Springs in Columbia, Tennessee. 

The general was reinterred with his wife Mary Ann Montgomery Forrest at a private ceremony that was free to attendees but required a ticket, the number of which was limited to about 2,000. 

SCV, organized in Richmond, Virginia in 1896, is a non-profit organization whose members are male descendants of Confederate veterans of The Civil War.


  1. I would like to have gone to that. I could be a member of the SCV but have never joined.

  2. So.

    NBF and wife's graves moved, his statue removed.

    That mans no more crime in Memphis!

  3. Eternity....that's funny.
    - The Woke State

  4. Forrst was a great man. This notion that you have to be perfect, especially in the rear vote mirror of cultural change is fucked up. I would recommend the book "That Devil Forrest" for anyone interested.


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