Re: LT. WILLIAM BERRY STRANGE-49TH , ALABAMA 1861-1865/ POW POINT LOOKOUT, MD.
Mack and Rick
I am also a descendant of Amos Bradford Strange: his son was my great great grandfather Marshall McCrumby ("Crumby") Strange, who was the brother of Berry Strange. Crumby's son John Luther Strange was the father of Grace Strange Etherton, who was mother to my mother, Jean Etherton Clark.
I would agree that the most likely place for Berry Strange and his parents to be buried is the Martling Cemetery, or the ones around there. My grandmother Grace was veryproud of her Strange family and told me that her grandparents and great grandparents had been buried there "after they came over from Georgia". They farmed land that was in the Tennessee River valley and I think she told me that some of it got covered up by the flooding of the River in the 1920's.
As I'm sure you know, Amos Bradford Strange moved from Spartanburg, SC, to Chattooga County, Georgia, around 1850, but died in Alabama around 1875. His father, also named Amos Bradford Strange, was a Revolutionary War officer. There is a bunch of Strange family history online that I can refer you to if you have not already seen it.
Thanks for letting me know about the war record of Berry Strange.