Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Warrenton, Va.” in chapter 1.73 of Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 35.:
...er the war the bones of these dead were placed in one common grave, and a beautiful monument erected, which bears this inscription: Virginia's Daughters to Virginia's Defenders. And so, I claim for Warrenton, Va. , the first memorial day, dating it June 3, 1861, when we laid to rest the remains of Captain John Quincy Marr, killed by the invaders of our Southland, June 1st, Fairfax Courthouse, 1861. R....
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