According to former Lt. Wiley C. Howard's sketch written in August of 1901 about Cobb's Legion Cavalry Battalion from GA (see http://docsouth.unc.edu/fpn/howard/howard.html), a Lt. Jeffries of the Jeff Davis Legion and a Lt. Dunnahoo of Cobb's Legion Cavalry were killed during the battle described by Howard on pg 18 of his sketch and buried at Raleigh in the same grave. Lt. Tom Dunnahoo was one of my great-great grandfathers. According to the diary of Col. J. F. Waring of the JDL, a Lt. Charles Metcalfe (also of the JDL) was killed during this battle, which Waring identified as taking place in NC on 12 Apr 1865 at Swift Creek (not far from Raleigh). Since Howard didn't write his sketch until 1901, Waring didn't mention the death of a Lt. Jeffries in his diary - only that of Lt. Metcalfe, and I haven't been able to find proof of a Lt. Jeffries ever being in the JDL, I believe the true identity of the lieutenant of the JDL killed that day was Lt. Charles Metcalfe. Does anyone have any additional info about this battle? Does anyone know where the grave of Lt. Metcalfe is located? Lt. Dunnahoo's grave is located in the Confederate soldier section of Oakwood Cemetery in Raleigh.