Hello. From an old family letter, my cousin discovered that our North Carolina ancestor was pro-Union. One of his sons supposedly joined the Confederacy, while the other supported the Union. This, of course, caused a rift in the family. At some point, the son who was supposed to have joined the Confederacy moved to Indiana. He is buried there, and written on his tombstoneis GAR (Grand Army of the Republic...from the Union). There is a mention in the letter that he was captured by the Union. Has anyone heard of a Confederate with a GAR marker? Our Union supporting ancestor's grandson had the middle name of "Lincoln." This Lincoln went on to name his first son GRANT LEE. The Lee, I imagine was a concession to his wife, who had four brothers fight for the Confederacy. Thanks.