Liverpool, England City Council Restores Confederate Grave
 
From: wellsjerry1@verizon.net
 
On behalf of the Captain John Low Camp #2161, Sons of Confederate Veterans, Scarborough, England, the Officers and Membership would like to thank the Council for fully funding the restoration of Irvine Bulloch’s burial site and headstone.
 
Irvine being the brother of James D. Bulloch who was responsible for getting the CSS Alabama built in Liverpool.  They were Georgians and of the CSN.
 
Our Associate Member, Bob Jones, had undertaken this expensive restoration a few years ago but funding and/or donations were very sparse both in England and from solicitations within the United States.
 
Knowing Bob’s determination and dedication to the care of all Confederates Soldiers or Sailors buried there (American, British and includes civilians) there was no doubt this particular project would be accomplished
 
These men were given no pardon after the War and couldn’t return home, as yours and mine did, lived out their remaining years abroad, and died.   
 
And, it would be a bit remiss, not to recognize our own Commander, John Collier, who also continues the same services to other Confederates buried in the Isles from his home in Scarborough.
 
Confederately,
 
Jerry Wells