I have a gg-grandfather that died in Civil War.Very poor information but might you check any list you might have for George Wellington Walker, died 1863.Below are my notes. Thanks Hugh
4TH TEX. VOL. INF. REGT. COMPANY B - TOM GREEN RIFLES Company was organized in Travis County, Texas, enrolled at Camp Clark, Tex., July 11, 1861, and mustered into the Confederate service "for the war" at Richmond, Va., on Sept.16, 1861, by 2Lt. Wailer R. Bullock, CSA. Key (1) Original member of Company. (2) Paroled at Appomattox. K (Killed), W (Wounded), POW (Prisoner of War) AWOL (Absent Without Leave) PRIVATES
WALKER, G. W. - Enl., Bastrop, Tex., Apr. 5, 1862: W., Chickamauga (Sept.19, 1863): W. & POW, Knoxville, Dec. 1, 1863: Died at Fed. hosp. (Middle Brook) near Knoxville, Dec. 5, 1863.
NOTE ABOUT MIDDLEBROOK: [Mr Adams,I am Robert McGinnis, Knox County Cemetery Historian, Yes there is a Confederate Cemetery at Middlebrook, but since it is on private property, the owners prefer to keep it a secret. The graves are located within 100 feet of the hospital which is still standing and is and was prior to the war a private residence. They maintain the area as a smooth mowed lawn and respect the area, but will allow no markers to be erected there, and I am not allowed to disclose the exact location out of respect for their privacy. Ther are over 50 graves here, most form the GA area.Please respond if I can be of further help, Robert McGinnis]