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The Kittrell Springs Hotel was transformed into a hospital for Confederate soldiers during the Civil War. Today the small Vance County town holds one of the few designated Confederate Cemeteries in the state. The graves of fifty-two soldiers who died at the hospital are individually marked, and their names are all listed in the church records, except for four \"unknown soldiers.\"Â
The small town of Kittrell, North Carolina was once a refuge for Confederate soldiers and is now the site of the Confederate Cemetery, which is made up of 52 graves of soldiers who died in Kittrell Springs Hospital.