Even though that is a separate subject, as I understand it, it is none-the-less quite interesting.
I have often fussed over the lack of shipping lists of railroads that were involved in shipping remains home. Occasionally, funeral home records will say, "Shipped home," or "Exhumed and returned home." Railroad shipping lists would do much to help locate (and even identify) deceased soldiers.
The RR's removal of increasingly unpleasant remains from the train for quick burial is tragic. Chances are the grave ends up being unmarked, lost, and forgotten. And goodness knows how one, a hundred years later, would find out that this quick burial had even been the case with that soldier.
I lost a soldier who was removed from Soldiers Rest in Vicksburg. The funeral record has him as exhumed and sent home. But searches in his home area and beyond turned up no marked grave for him.
This would be a good mention on his web page at Soldiers Rest.
As always, thank you, George, for the assistance.