A decision published by the Mississippi Supreme Court in 1880 addressed a dispute that arose in the estate of Bird Carradine ( Caradine ?), Thomas G. Carradine, administrator, concerning $671 in Mexican silver coins that Bird and William, brothers, buried in 1863, during the Civil War. The case discusses that: (1) Bird Carradine, Thomas G. Carradine, and William G. Carradine were brothers; (2) B.C. Carradine was the son of William G. Carradine. Other interesting details about when they dug up the treasure. The legal citation for the case is Carradine v. Estate of Bird Carradine, 58 Miss. 286, 38 Am. Rep. 324, 1880 WL 4853 (1880), and the trial court was in Clay County, Mississippi.