Thank-you very much for the valuable information.
I stopped subscribing to Civil War News long ago but will check with my brother to see if he retained his back issues. I've seen Greg's posts on a number of sites and have been meaning to contact him because we're researching the same soldier in the 2nd GA Battalion. I'm anxious to read his book when finished, I know he's been working on it for years. Perhaps Greg referred to one of the articles I've read that mentioned a young Pennsylvania lieutenant who Granniss gave his watch and chain to as well. That officer also appears to have clipped a lock of his hair. Major George W. Ross was also acquainted with this unnamed officer.
I'm going to drop Gary Hendershott a line to see if he still has back issues of the catalog you mentioned. Thanks for that lead! I've already contacted Richard Ferry regarding 1st Lieutenant Thomas K. Campbell's sword. 1st Lieutenant Albert A. Freeman's sword was captured as well. As he lay wounded he entrusted his servant to take his sword and equipment, as well as the swords of two unidentified officers, back to Confederate lines. The boy was intercepted (on July 4 it appears), and Freeman's sword wound up in the hands of 2nd Lieutenant William F. Bloor of the 25th Ohio. I'm trying to figure out how Bloor would have encountered him, but have a hypothesis.
Thanks again for sharing your knowledge!