• Team 57 visitedTeam 57 visited11/21/2011
  • Looking back at the location of the Stephens House from the cemeteryLooking back at the location of the Stephens House from the cemetery7/22/2011
  • Interpretive sign at the Stephens Family CemeteryInterpretive sign at the Stephens Family Cemetery7/22/2011
  • A stone urn stands where the family cemetery is. There are no tombstones to mark the eight burials.A stone urn stands where the family cemetery is. There are no tombstones to mark the eight burials.7/22/2011
  • Next to the house was a small cemetery and the Innis House seen in background.Next to the house was a small cemetery and the Innis House seen in background.7/22/2011
  • The UDC erected this monument to Martha Stevens, the only one to a woman in Fredericksburg for the Civil War.The UDC erected this monument to Martha Stevens, the only one to a woman in Fredericksburg for the Civil War.7/22/2011
  • The former location of the Stephens House is peaceful today, but saw plenty of action and gunfire on December 13, 1862.The former location of the Stephens House is peaceful today, but saw plenty of action and gunfire on December 13, 1862.7/22/2011
  • An interpretive sign with an old photo of the Stephens HouseAn interpretive sign with an old photo of the Stephens House7/22/2011
  • Blocks mark the outline of the Stephens House on the Fredericksburg battlefield. The house burned down after the Civil War.Blocks mark the outline of the Stephens House on the Fredericksburg battlefield. The house burned down after the Civil War.7/22/2011
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