Hugh, I didn't consider the 2nd La.'s J.M. Williams a candidate for the grave because his record doesn't indicate he was killed. Although there are some missing info in Booth's Records, it's usually pretty accurate on listing those Louisiana Tigers who died. Also, I was wondering where you got the info that the 2nd Louisiana was in Winchester in May 1862. It was stationed on the Virginia Peninsula at that time and fought in the Peninsula Campaign while Taylor's Brigade was serving in the Valley Campaign. Was there something in Williams' record that indicated he might have been on detached duty? If he was a quartermaster, he might have become ill and died while gathering supplies there.