Still finding unmarked graves.
If confirmed, the bones would be the first remains recovered from Revolutionary War soldiers in the Constitution State
Commonest cause of death for servicemen at the time (and later - at least through the Spanish-American War). So the odds are on that suggestion, absent indications of combat injury (say broken bones from a British .75 passing through, or cut-marks consistent with a saber or bayonet injury), being correct.I read the article and its a very interesting story. I think disease could have been the killer of these four soldiers.