The Seven Days' Battle in Virginia affected many lives. For one thing, the landscape was surrounded by soldiers, both confederate and union. A war which embraced almost all of the State. Soldiers were buried on battlegrounds, taken home and interred in local graveyards, yet many were lost. Searching pension records is a good avenue of research and finding the grave, if you can. One source is The Confederate Dead Database available to members of <a href="http://www.virginiapioneers.net">Virginia Pioneers</a>"Subscribe to 6 genealogy websites for $150"