The site where Clinton Hatcher was killed at the battle of Ball's Bluff, VA. He was a resident of Loudoun County, VA.
Four unknown graves located in the National Military Cemetery, Balls Bluff battlefield, VA.
Grave markers of the only known soldier to fall at Ball's Bluff battlefield plus two unknown graves.
Plaque located on entrance gate of National Military Cemetery, Ball's Bluff Battlefield, VA. The cemetery contains 54 internments but only 26 grave markers. Fifty three soldiers are unknown.
The site where Edward D. Baker was killed at the battle of Ball's Bluff, VA. Baker was a US Senator from the State of Oregon and was the only US Senator in history to be killed in battle.
Plaque denoting a few lines from The Bivouac of the Dead. Located near the Ball's Bluff National Military Cemetery in Leesburg, VA.
Plaque identifying Ball's Bluff Battlefield and National Cemetery as a National Historic Landmark.
Front view of cannon located at Ball's Bluff battlefield, VA. The date of manufacture of this cannon was 1863 and the battle itself took place in 1861 so this cannon was not present at the battle.
Cannon overlooking Ball's Bluff battlefield, VA
View of Potomac River at Ball's Bluff battlefield from the Virginia side. The opposite side is Maryland.
Monument dedicated to the brave men of the 8th Virginia Volunteer Infantry Regiment.