Re: Collateral Ancestors
Joe, just letting you know I haven't forgot and ain't ignoring you. Huntsville Public Library has a quite extensive collection on Alabama units and I have some other things to research so I'll be adding this. I had a similar situation with a collateral ancestor in the 47th Co E. (James L Bishop)Some of my family members fretted over where he and his brother were buried. I was able to finally to find James at the University of Virgina. Jeremiah (Jere) whose widow Frank Clifton would marry, died from having his lower jaw blown off during the Wilderness I still haven't found. Be sure to look for different spellings Lovelace, Luffless, that sort of thing. I looked for a couple of years on one of mine, also named Richard and found him with the spelling Writcherd.