Mr. Len Traynor, who had done a lot of research on Civil War veterans (prior to the late Roy Parker, who was not the first, as is often falsely shown by Gray, who does not know a thing about Roy Parker, and had never known this decent gentleman, before his death) and had also worked on those who were born in Australia and New Zealand, and who had fought in the Civil War, had revealed, many, many years ago, long before Gray ever set foot on Australian soil, that a large number of men who had enlisted in New Hampshire regiments, had falsely stated that they were born in Australia, for a specific reason, known to themselves. Mr. Traynor had let us in on his research in this area years ago, but, thankfully, did not reveal this on the Internet, for he knew that there were those who would unscrupulously use his work, or take his data or images without his permission, and use it for their own selfish purposes, as was the case with a photograph of a Civil War veteran, in his possession. This was used without Mr. Traynor's permission, then when asked by Mr. Traynor why it was thus used, the user tried to claim that he had the photo for thirty years. Yet we knew that this was false, because this person had no knowledge of that Civil War veteran, at all, when he first contacted us in 2005. For this reason we rightfully do not reveal a massive amount of other data, or items that we have on Civil War veterans.