Plan of the Anglo-Saxon cemetery to show the graves defining the cemetery, the location of the bed burial and grubenhaus. The dark postholes may represent a building or fence line to the SE of the bed burial.
"Beaufort National Cemetery, located in Beaufort, South Carolina, is one of six national cemeteries established in 1863 for the reinterment of Union soldiers and sailors who died in the region. During the Civil War, Beaufort’s coastal position between Savannah and Charleston made it an early target for the Union. The cemetery’s plan is unique among other national cemeteries of the Civil War-era because of its landscape, which was laid out in the shape of a half wheel...."