He may be in Hollywood Cemetery.
Hollywood is a privately owned cemetery and the final resting place of over 18,000 Confederate soldiers from all Southern States, and includes such notables as Confederate President Jefferson Davis, J.E.B Stuart, George Pickett, Matthew Fontaine Maury, and the first Confederate soldier killed during the war, Henry Lawson Wyatt, who was the only Confederate fatality at the battle of Big Bethel. Hollywood has the largest number of Confederate generals (23) interred anywhere in the world. In addition to the slain from battles around Richmond such as Seven Pines, Gaines Mill, Malvern Hill, and Cold Harbor, most of the Confederate Dead exhumed from Gettysburg in the 1870s were reinterred here on what became known as Gettysburg Hill. The Hollywood Cemetery Registry of Confederate Dead, printed in 1869, contains about 10,500 names of the 18,000 soldiers that rest here. The remaining names (unless they were unknown at the time of burial) and locations were destroyed in a fire at the cemetery office shortly after the war. Markers to the men whose actual burial location is unknown, such as General Garnett of "Pickett’s Charge" fame, exist in certain locations.
Gary D. Bray