Thanks Dave. One of my corporals created and maintains the website. McCarthy was captain of the First Company. I have an account of him and Porter Alexander in the trenches at Cold Harbor. Alexander asked McCarthy's opinion on the defenses and when he stood up he was shot right through the forehead by a Union sharpshooter. He lived for several hours but died there on the field. He was First Company's captain since it's beginning. The men were overwhelmed by his loss. I'm speaking next week at a dinner held by the present day Richmond Howitzer Association. They found out about us and invited me to come tell about our activities. They are very proud of their history. One of our projects for 2009 is to make sure all Richmond Howitzer graves are marked in Hollywood Cemetery. Chris Ferguson's new book is helping a lot with that. I'm hoping the present day Howitzer Association will help sponsor our efforts. The unit is still active and is in Iraq now serving as Military Police. A business associate of mine is a retired brigadier general and was commander in Viet Nam.