Confederate Soldier

Street address: 

S. Union Ave., outside lawn of Dale Co. Courthouse
Ozark, AL 36360


Ozark Area Chamber of Commerce, 294 Painter Ave.
Ozark, AL 36360


Dedicated to memory of Dale Co. Confederate soldiers who fought in War Between the States (1861–1865). Erected in 1903 by Stonewall Chapter of the UDC.

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