I have a copy of a typescript of a letter written in 1894 by Blanche L. Lewis, who lived "nearly opposite" "the hospital" (not named) in Clarksville and served as a nurse for the wounded brought there from Ft. Donelson. She states they came up the river by boat, the first boatload arriving "...about 3 o'clock Sunday morning after the battle commenced and for 24 hours there was a continuous line of ambulances and wagons from the river to the hospital . . ." She describes the last hours of a Sgt. Jones, the brother of the gentleman to whom she was writing. She further states Sgt. Jones was buried on the hospital grounds along with many others and ". . . at the close of the war all these were removed and interred together in the City Cemetery." Miss Lewis evidently left Clarksville in 1872, but says she understood that ". . . during the last year . . ." [1893?] these Confederates were re-interred at ". . . the beautiful new Cemetery Greenwood . . ." This typescript is at the Tennessee State Library & Archives.