I remember also something about James Brotherton being taken to the Isaac Roberts house, which was being used for the injured. I can't find who told me this...and it was several years ago probably in an email. When I get moved and have things out of storage I am going to dig. I remember that the person said James was not in the Robert's graveyard on the property. I have always hoped that since he was an officer that he was not in one of the mass graves but since the Union took over the care of the wounded this hope is probably futile. I assume he would not have been moved since he was mortally wounded and died only 3 days after the battle..