I recently had the opportunity to visit the Glendale National Cemetery in Virginia. It holds several Civil War soldiers of which most are unknown. One however is the grave of Henry Richard Swan. He was a 20 year old Lt. in the 8th NY Heavy Artillery. He survived the battle at Cold Harbor but died on June 14th of exhaustion at Charles City Courthouse on the forced march to Petersburg. Henry was from Rochester NY but entered the service at Suspension Bridge NY (Niagara Falls) while a tutor at a local school - college for young boys.
Interesting to note that Henry's name is also inscribed on a monument in a state park at Niagara Falls and on a monument at his families burial place in Rochester NY.