I do not think that all of the CSA graves in Madison Oak Ridge cemetery are from the Battle of Olustee. Please keep in mind that Madison had a "way hospital" and I have identified at least 36 soldiers that died in that hospital. Four of these soldiers were from Georgia, and their records state. "Wounded at Olustee, died at Madison, Florida, buried at Madison, Florida." Several men from other parts of Florida and Georgia that passed through Madison died in this hospital. They were buried, and family notified is possible and they could make arrangements to come and get the body is so desired.
I imagine most did not come to Madison as travel would be difficult and they could not leave their homes and children during the war . I think most of those buried their died of disease or wounds on their way home or back to their units.
The local A. Livingston Camp 746 Sons of Confederate Veterans, Madison, Florida has taken the task of cleaning the area and establishing the boundries, also erecting a flag pole with the First Nation Flag. We are going to post the names of those who died in the Madison Hospital and other information about the companies that formed in Madison County to fight for the CSA.