I assume that you mean Sgt. Zara PARKER of Company G, in the Union's 22nd Michigan Infantry Regiment.
First, here's the info for his pension file:
His widow Hannah PARKER filed for a pension on May (10? 18?), 1864. Application 51399, Certificate 119991.
If you don't have the file, might be worth getting a copy (along with Zara's compiled military service record). Both available from the National Archives.
lists all the burials in the Chattanooga National Cemetery, as well as thousands more throughout the country. I did not see Zara, or any Parker that looked valid.
There is a microfilmed National Cemetery Interment Register (c1930's) in the Chattanooga Library that conceivably could list him. If you'd like, I can check on it this week. If a gravesite can be located for him, I'll be glad to send you a digital photo (no charge).
It's possible that he could have been buried elsewhere in the area, either marked or unmarked.
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