You may want to research both the surgeon and assistant surgeon and see if any records were included. I would also check personal papers of the Regimental Commander. The Powhatan State Park staff was able to locate some of the medical records. Fortunately it had the soldier I was research hing, but unfortunately did not provide burial information. I was informed by the Civil War Medical Museum that units on detached service were often handled differently. Sometimes they had a civilian contractor, sometimes they buried in local cemetery. Most often, they were buried in a temporary grave at the hospital until permanent burial was arranged. Many of the USCT were contrabound and probably did not have relatives to claim a body. Most went to the National Cemeteries. However, some of the 60th burial site is unknown.