A tidy cemetery outside the regional tourist trap, Wisconsin Dells, seems an unlikely resting place for "notorious" Confederate lady spy Isabella Maria "Belle" Boyd who famously gave General Thomas J. "Stonewall" Jackson information that aided in his capture of Front Royal in his Shenandoah Valley Campaign of 1862. Nevertheless, she does indeed rest there amid numbers of Union veterans! Belle, seen at left as a teenager in the early years of the war, was following the death of her third husband in 1885 a regular feature on the lecture circuit giving talks about her wartime adventures, escapades, and escapes. Above at right is a later photo of Belle attired in the psuedo-Confederate garb she adopted for her talks. According to her biography on Wikipedia, she was on tour, when she fell ill herself and died suddenly of a heart attack June 11, 1900. The scene of her death was the small community of Kilbourn City, Wisconsin, now renamed Wisconsin Dells. Local members of the Grand Army of the Republic raised money for her burial since she had no known relatives, or at least none nearby. No doubt her status as Civil War heroine and widow of a Union naval officer veteran played a large part in their generous actions. Her grave remains marked with tributes, flags, and flowers. The cemetery boasts other graves of veterans, some wartime like that of captain Otis Clark of the 5th Minnesota below. A handsome G.A.R. monument and flag serves as a focal point of the oldest section.