I meant to say Greenberry, of course. No, he's eligible for a headstone. I've ordered over a hundred the past couple decades. Desertion from the Confederate Army is not a valid reason to deny. He wasn't dishonorably discharged by the Union OR Confederacy. And like I said in another post, if desertion was reason not to supply a headstone, half the Confederate Army would be ineligible for deserting at one time or another, including half the Confederates buried at Camp Chase with Clayton. Most of them came back to their unit's eventually and continued to serve. Clayton would have, too, I'm sure. He just got captured by Union forces before he could. He wasn't anywhere near Chatooga County when he was captured.