I am currently researching the facts surrounding several guerrilla graves in Haynes Cemetery in northeastern Calloway County. They were moved there by the TVA around 1943, when the Kentucky Dam was built on the Tennessee River and Kentucky Lake was formed. The small town of Newburg, KY (also know in the past as "War" and "Warburg") was evacuated and now lies under the lake. As the legend goes, during the Civil War the town of Newburg, and Williams Ferry which was located there, was a favorite crossing place for Union deserters'guerrillas who raided on both sides of the river. Legend has it that a group of local citizens ambushed them one time, and dumped their bodies in a mass grave. There was a recorded "Guerrilla Graveyard" at Newburg. It shows up on early maps. I would appreciate any information on guerrilla activity in and around the counties of Calloway, Trigg, Lyon. Marshall, and McCracken in Kentucky.