Sure, most people end up in one nice, consolidated grave. But these five generals were not "most people":
1. Gen. "Mad" Anthony Wayne's skeleton and flesh were buried 400 miles apart.
Photos: US Park Service and Wikimedia Commons
The grave of General Thomas "Stonewall" Jackson's left arm is well known. Jackson was returning from a reconnaissance of Union positions in 1863 when his own soldiers mistook him for the enemy. Pickets fired on him and injured his left arm which was later amputated.
Stonewall's chaplain buried the arm near Chancellorsville while Jackson was taken to Fairfield Plantation, Virginia. Jackson was expected to make a recovery, but he died of pneumonia eight days after his injury. He is buried in Lexington, Virginia, 44 miles from his arm.