New to this board, but have already read through many of the threads. I just finished reading Doug Scott's "Uncovering History" and there is a blurb about a group of men traveling through the area in Aug 1884 that found a skull with fine gold fillings in the teeth. It was found 400-500 yards SE of the monument either in the Keogh or between the Keogh and Calhoun areas. The gold fillings may have indicated an officer, but the disposition of that skull is unknown. If true, that would seem a more likely candidate for Harrington than the skull found in the valley fight area.