I defer to the opinion of an expert more qualified than I. I now know that the parts that properly belong with the weapon are the bayonet and scabord, the cartridge box, the percussion cap tin and pocket and the belt with the near mint buckle.
My wife is into our family genealogy and identifying who "Paddy" (the Civil War soldier) actually was and where he fits into the family (my great-great grandfather and father of the first president of Arizona State) has given her a new avenue to explore.
This is just what I need. Another interest I can't let go of. At the moment we are about a year and a half into the complete restoration of a 1926, 47 foot, Stephens Bros. cabin cruiser. I expect to spend another year or two before we are finished (if you ever actually finish a wooden boat).
Again, I can't thank you enough for your help.