Lt. Col. William M. Hadden, son of Rev. Isaac Hadden, was reared in Alabama, where his father established and preached at several Presbyterian churches. William returned to his native South Carolina, practiced law in Anderson (or Abbeville, I'm working off the top of my head), enlisted in Orr's 1st South Carolina Rifles, rose to command of the regiment and was killed in action at Deep Bottom, Virginia in July of 1864.
Does anyone know where he is buried? Based upon descriptions of the action, he was killed in an advance made by the unit, making it more likely that his body may not have been recovered. Any thoughts or leads?