The Shiloh Memorial Cemetery is not.located at the Shiloh battlefield, but in Pigeon Forge, Tennessee. While Shiloh was fought in Tennessee, it was not fought here.
That said, there are dead from just about ever war from Vietnam and before. There are markers for those that fought in the Revolutionary War, War of 1812, the Spanish American War, both World Wars, the Civil War, and through Vietnam. Some buried in the Pacific who only has a marker there and some with numerous Bronze Stars. Due to the volume of veteran grave pictures, I will collect those in the ending entries, as these aren’t everyone’s interest. With 614.photos, over half of which are veteran graves, this makes sense.
Some interesting graves and it’s.pretty clear that this graveyard was in use for a very long time, probably prior to dedication. It’s between these two points. There is parking in the church lot, but no one cared when I moved my car forward about half way and parked on the side of the single road. It wasn’t near any graves, so no harm could be done.
I cropped as much of myself out as I could, but was there from 11-2pm, so there’s usually a shadow. Most of the lots were back to back and the large family name stone would shadow the personal stone of the person to the other side of it. Best I could do.
Here’s a link to the summary. After that it’s hundreds of veteran markers.