My sister-in-law called me last night to tell me of a discovery she'd made. She did a search for our husbands' ancestor, Henry Lyton (c. 1841 - 1874) at Ancestry.com, and had come up with a listing in the Civil War Pension Index for his name. We know him as the 3rd-great-grandfather who came from Canada to the U.S. to fight for the Union during the Civil War. Well apparently, Henry Lyton was a pseudonym. His real name was George Turk, and he fought with a Michigan Engineers unit during the war.
Diane did a bit more searching, found a Turk family website, and contacted someone listed there. Guess I'll be updating my husband Norm's database with much more, corrected, information soon, on this Lyton...er, Turk, line.