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We searched the National Archives Catalog for burial records of the Confederacy and located Confederate Manuscripts (documenting 1861 - 1865) in the War Department Collection of Confederate Records (Record Group 109) that includes some lists of burials, however the Catalog description does not specify which organizations or locations are covered by these records. For more information about these records and other Confederate records in NARA custody, please contact the National Archives at Washington, DC - Textual Reference (RDTI) via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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See also our reply to a similar question regarding Confederate hospital records for hospitals in Richmond. In addition to the sources listed there, we suggest contacting the Richmond Cemeteries project.
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Looking at 20 pages of his file looks like his father singed paper work and claimed his body. He also was Joseph Brewer this man is Joseph Brewer Jr. all dates of death match up. Not sure else but maybe try the South Carolina Archives and try to track down a burial record. Hope this helps,
Thank you , Elliott
I have these records but don't clearly see that the body was claimed. Can you point that out for me please?