Danny, Thank you, I will contact them and see what Bryan may have had regarding burials. I was provided a book and information regarding that after the War, the US Army went through Arkansas looking for dead union soldiers, and burying them in the National Cemeteries, I have found, that (both black and white) soldiers records with no burial information exist, and there are no known monuments or markers. Most likely In unmarked graves. It seems that an extraordinary number of USCT are unaccounted for, and their records hard to find. I think that the 60th USCTI, soldiers especially deserve better than that. They Started out as an Iowa Infantry Regiment, most of them were runaway slaves from all over the South, by ways of other Northern and border States. sent to the Backwaters of the War, (to the worst of the worst place then), at Helena Arkansas. Involved in Combat, and had almost daily contact with the enemy, bushwhackers or unfriendly civilians. Endured, floods, disease, heat, humidity, freezing temperatures in winter. Often relegated to doing hard labor and other duties the White units did not want to do. then at the end of the War, due to the Reorganization to USCTI, they were forced to remain as part of the Army of Occupation, and watch as all the other units one by one went home. I am hoping Bryan and the Butler Center have what I need.