He was buried in the Cedar Hill Vicksburg City Cemetery, Confederate Rest section. The original wooden markers have long deteriorated. In he late 1970's VA provided tombstones were procured for those known, some 2000, to have been buried there. These stones were placed in rows by State without knowing the exact location of the original grave sites.
Later, in 1998, I participated in placing another 77 tombstones for mostly East Tennessee from a recently found new list.
His date of death in the original United Daughters of the Confederacy list is recorded as June 5, 1863. (UDC Record Page 18).
On June 11, it was written: "The hospitals begin to be filled up showing how much exposure, fatigue, hot weather, and short rations and wounds are diminishing our effective force. The indisposition is generally of a slight character and would probably soon be removed if we were out of the narrow limits to which we are confined. Hospital reports show about ten thousand under charge of the surgeons, one third of our force as I understand, though numbers after a few days rest improve, so back again to duty in the trenches." [A Tennessean At The Siege of Vicksburg: The Diary Of Samuel Alexander Ramsey Swan, May-July, 1863. Tennessee Historical Quarterly, December 1955]