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|Posted: Sun Aug 31st, 2008 02:44 pm||
|Ole & Wrap10
This Duncan field this supposenly famous place and should have been a killing field and there should be more grave sites closer to the Hornet Nest. I think I am following this line of thought.
This should be easy to find out. They can now scan the ground with sound waves and mark any likely gave sites below ground then a few investigative holes to verify if any grave sites there.
The other is the bodies were moved and buried in the known spots. I doubt this if Grants orders to "Bury where they fell."
Or maybe a Local farmer wanted to use the field for farming again and plowed over any grave markers. In France, the farmers even to this day plow up bodies from WW1.
It is time to recheck the historical record on the burials at Shiloh to see if it supports this line of thought and then call the Anthropologist with those machines that scan under the ground to see if any grave sites have been missed.
If there are any military graves in that field they should be marked and honored.
Question: So what does this mean for Prentiss and the now fame Hornets Nest?