Updated: 4 May 2015
Leonard Jones, Private, Company D, 9th Kentucky Infantry U.S.
Died September 24, 1862, near West Point, Kentucky
Buried in New Albany National Cemetery
New Albany, Indiana, Grave No. 205
Enrolled: Sept. 25, 1861, at Monroe Co., Ky., for 3 years, age 38; Mustered Nov. 26, 1861, at Camp Boyle, Adair Co., Ky.; Died at Salt River, Ky. of Chronic Diarrhea - Compiled Service Records of Volunteer Union Soldiers ... Kentucky. "[Buried] At Mrs. Young's about 1 mile from West Point, Ky. (down the Ohio River) in her meadow, 10 feet south of large Beech tree. Head to the north. Name cut in south side of tree - grave about 1/4 mile north of Louisville and Nashville Pike and about 1/4 mile south of Ohio River - near the east fence ... Leonards Combs [Jones], Co. B [D], 9th Ky. Vol's" - National Cemetery Ledger, page 62. Disinterred in 1868 and moved to New Albany National Cemetery.
Cause of Death: Chronic Diarrhea