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Thrasher men died at/near Richmond

I am hoping to find the burial spots of the following two Thrasher soldiers from Alabama.

Emanuel Cloud Thrasher - 11th Alabama Infantry Regiment, Company G. Born in Bibb County, Alabama. Married, farmer. Residence Trion, Alabama. Enlisted, age 28, as a Private on March 1, 1862 at Tuscaloosa, Alabama by Capt. J.H. McMath. Present at: Seven Pines 05/31/1862-06/01/1862. Committed suicide June 8, 1862 near Richmond, Virginia. Had pay due him from the date of enlistment, March 1, 1862, to June 8, 1862. He is entitled to commutation for clothing from March 1, 1862 to June 8, at which time he committed suicide. Final Statement by James N. Hayes, 2nd Lieutenant, Camp near Petersburg, Virginia 11/29/1864.

Thomas J. Thrasher 11th Alabama Infantry Regiment, Company G. Born in Bibb County, Alabama. Single, farmer. Residence: Trion, Alabama. Enlisted, age 18, as a Private on March 1, 1862 at Tuscaloosa, Alabama by Capt. James H. McMath. Absent Sick: Seven Pines 05/31/1862 to Sharpsburg 09/17/1862. Died in hospital at Richmond, Virginia September 10, 1862. Last paid by Captain J.G. Pierce, Q.M. to include April 30, 1862, and is entitled to pay there from to September 10, 1862, at which time he died. He is entitled to commutation for clothing from March 1, 1862 to September 10, 1862. No stoppages. Final Statement by James N. Hayes, 2nd Lieutenant, Camp near Petersburg, Virginia 11/28/1864.

Thanks for any help!

Barry N. Wyatt
Montgomery, AL

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