George: I saw your posting and reviewed my research of Confederate Solders killed or mortally wounded at Franklin, Tennessee. I believe that it is Pvt. Moscow Pitts, Co. G. 4th Tennessee Infantry, age 29 buried in the Mississippi Section 41, Grave #296.
There are several instances where Bodies were mis-identified during the reinternment to the McGavock Confedeate Cemetery and were reburied in the wrong State Section.
Moscow's service record shows he last appeared on record on June 30, 1864. I realize that much took place between June 30, and November 30, 1864 where he could have been wounded or killed. I also reviewed the Consolidated Service Record for M. T. Pitts of the 39th Mississippi. It did not show him as a casuality at Franklin.
Strange to say there is also an H.R.(T) Pitts, Co.B(G) 4th Tennessee Infantry buried in Tennessee Section 60, Grave #130. Tennesseans in the Civil War Confirm this to be Pvt. H.T. Pitts, Co. G. 4th Tennessee (Neeley's) Infantry. He is also listed as "supposed to be M. Pitts". A review of the Lauderdale County, Tennessee Census Records does not identify this soldier (H.T. Pitts) in the same family as Pvt. Moscow Pitts thos they were both in Co. G. of the 4th Tennessee.
Hope this proves helpful for what it is worth. I have been researching these brave men and boys who died at Franklin for the past 20 years or so. If I can be of further assistance, please do not hesitate to contact me. Thank you.
Sincerely, Tim Burgess