Images on Ancestry are from the Fowler rolls mentioned so often in the past. In this case the ADAH transcript helps, as it mentions date of death as Nov. 11, 1864. That's inserted in the line above on the original roll.
Lanford also has an ADAH death claim which describes the above.
The 43rd Alabama occupied a part of the line in Gracie's salient. Opposing lines were so close here that I don't believe any room existed for advanced rifle pits, but check me on that. Could be that he was wounded during the night and not discovered until daylight, dying later. Could be his part of the line couldn't be traversed safely, and he was discovered after dark.