Dear Tom . . . thank you for this information, which I have never seen before. I did find a record of burial for a W. H. Herman at Oakwood Cemetery in Richmond. Neither Mr. Fred Harmon, nor myself, thought that Lt. William Harmon would have gone to Richmond, but now we think that perhaps he was in a hospital in Richmond, after Gettysburg, where he died, and was possibly buried under the name of W. H. Herman, which was the German pronunciation. Your postings only adds to this good possibility. Please feel free to e-mail me direct at Lass53@aol.com if you have any other ideas to offer on the final resting place of Lt. William H. Harmon. Family does have his date of death as July 21, 1863. I looked him up at www.familysearch.org, and found that his place of death was Richmond, Virginia. That's what got me to calling the cemeteries there. Do you happen to know what hospital these officers of the 42nd Mississippi Infantry would have been taken to? I deeply appreciate your help, and I know that Lt. Colonel Fred Harmon does too.