From The battle of the Thames: in which Kentuckians defeated the British, French ...:
Mound of Battlefield of the Thames where the dead soldiers were buried.
An article, from a Chatham, Ontario, newspaper, added this:
"....those who fell in battle were either left on the field for locals to deal with, or hastily buried by their comrades. Such was the fate of Privates [William] Hardwick and Foster Bartlett. ...the fact is, they are here, somewhere. Even more startling than that fact though, is the realization that they're not alone. ...not just...the Americans, who were the victors of the battle. The remains of British soldiers and their Indian allies no doubt also lie beneath Chatham-Kent soil, unmarked. Nobody knows exactly how many people died in battle that day, but it looks like between 38 and 78 casualties were recorded altogether."
The Kentucky Guard blog mentioned William Hardwick and Foster Bartlett and the search for their burial sites. Even DNA is requested via Facebook in Henry County, Kentucky, for Bartlett relatives!