Civil War Soldier Deserved a Headstone

While I was up at our cabin for Labor Day weekend, I missed this story until I caught up with the newspapers. 

At 24, in the Civil War, he was saving the Union. Buried in Seattle, he deserved a headstone:
I’ve corresponded with Richard Heisler about the Civil War soldier buried in a grave less than a mile from that same cabin where I was this weekend [1]. His project [2] is a noble one!
If you have ancestors who served in any of the US military who do not have a stone, we have folks here who can help you get started with the process to get them suitably honored, no matter where they are buried. Just ask.