Henry Hill Dupree; courtesy of Diane Whaley.

Henry Hill Dupree who lived in Natural Bridge and is buried at Concord Cemetery. This is a chalk drawing of him in uniform. Apparently the family commissioned a company in Chicago to do the drawing from a photograph after the war was over. When the finished product was received, the company had apparently colored his uniform Blue not Gray that it should have been, leading to years of speculation that he had fought against the South, but he did not. He first joined Company C of the 18th Alabama Infantry Regiment. On October 23, 1861, while encamped at Auburn, Alabama, he was one of several men from Company C who were transferred to Capt. Joseph Hodgsen Company C of Col. James H Clanton's 1st Alabama Cavalry Reginment by special order from Brig. Gen. C.P. Walker.