Dear, Sir, thank you very much for the information you provided. I am not familiar with the book by Phil Secrist. Would you mind trying to learn the title if this book, so, I can purchase it?
I just recently learned from my 85 year old father that TP's brother and widow drove a wagon to the Resaca area in Georgia and tried to locate his grave after the War was over, but, were unsuccessful in finding it. My dad can not recall where he heard this information and I'll probably never be able to confirm it, however, I will continue my search and will take my vacation to this area in the Fall of this year and physically search the three grave sites you mentioned.
Thank you very much for sharing this information with me and if you can find out the name of the book you mentioned, I would appreciate it very much. Our family genealogical records only states TPP was a Captain and was killed during the war. Up until here recently, I've learned about the battle, the Confederate cemetery in Resaca and that he was a 1st Lt. in the Alabama regiment.
If anyone can provide me with any information on where I can possibly find my Great Uncles grave site it would be deeply appreciated because know one in my family knows where he might be buried. His... more
Dear, Sir, thank you very much for the information on my Great, Great, Grandfather's brother. While reading your message, I noticed someone responded who said T.P. Preston was his grandfather. I am... more
John, Is this the T. P. Preston listed in Phil Secrist's book? Do you know the location of the Cumberland Field Hospital? Or is it listed on any maps. You can check the Official Records index for... more
John, The name of the book is: "The Battle of Resaca: Atlanta Campaign,1864 by Philip L. Secrist. I'm sending you an attachment to your email address "firstname.lastname@example.org" You may already have... more