I talked with a gentleman at the Troup County Archives, he seemed very well informed about the hospitals, and the previous locations of them.But he did not have any idea of their physical location in LaGrange. He did confirm what I had heard before, that part of the LaGrange College was used as a hospital. I plan to spend a day at the archives and maybe get some copies of the hospitals records. According to the gentleman I spoke with, some of the hospitals actually originated in Tennessee, and moved further down as the war moved into Georgia. So if there is anyone out there that would like for me to look up a specific name, let me know, it will most likely be a couple of weeks before I get down there. Also my post from today about the 87th and Captain Boykin, his original house is still standing, and a good friend of mine lived there in the early 1960's, and he was told then that the house was used as a hospital, but I doubt it seriously, Liberty Hill is probably 15 miles or so out of LaGrange, on the oposite side of the Chattahoochee River, so transporting wounded troups there would have been very difficult. I hope I can find more info about Liberty Hill when I visit the archives.