Dear Mr. Martin,
Thank you so much for your help. We are beginning to think that Lt. William H. Harmon is W. H. Herman, buried at Oakwood. I have already tried Hollywood, and they have no record of him. His great-great grandson thinks that the person buried at Oakwood could be W. H. Harmon, because that is the German pronunciation of the name. I plan on making a trip to the National Archives in February to pull his records, and those of men with the same or similar names, trying to rule out anyone else being buried at Oakwood. His date of death, according to family, was July 21, 1863, so if there was anything it the newspaper, it would probably be after that date. There are so many kind people who are trying to solve this mystery, and it seems as if we may have narrowed it down to him dying and being buried in Richmond. I have checked with Gettysburg and with Evergreen in Gettysburg, and he isn't there. I didn't realize that wounded Confederate soldiers from Gettysburg were transferred to Richmond. I have much to learn.