The Nashville Business Journal informed readers yesterday morning of the newly set plan to re-inter an unknown Civil War soldier found at a construction site near Franklin, Tennessee. Those who have studied the soldier are unclear about which side he fought for, because of an amalgamation of uniforms. Though, it seems fairly clear that the soldier was probably killed at the Battle of Franklin, in late November of 1864. Yet, nonetheless, they know that he needs a proper burial. “We have to go through some legal procedures … before we can re-bury him,” explains the man in charge of the re-burial, Sam Grant. Because of such obstacles, the soldier will not be able to reach his final resting place until October, at the Rest Haven Cemetery. Such work by men like Sam Grant, continues the fight to preserve and honor our past.