I have not looked for this yet but would it be very likely that the place of Robert H. Roberts' burial would be known with any degree of certainty? This guy was a brother of my 2GGF Richard C. Roberts from Bedford who had moved to Lynchburg before the war and, although pretty old for service, enlisted in the 13th Va. L. Art. along with two or three of his brothers-in-law from a previous marriage. Richard was apparently never in harm's way as he was a wheelwright and detailed to Bailey's (wagon factory} at Lynchburg for most of the war. At least one of his kinsmen were not so lucky as he reportedly still carried yankee bullets in his body when he applied for a pension. 2GGF Richard C. Roberts died of typhoid as well (1867 Big Island, Bedford Co) and he named a son, my GGF, Richard Henry Roberts, - apparently in honor of his late brother.