His name appears on Company Muster Roll . . . for Aug 30 to Oct 30, 1862 as "Absent Sick in hospital" Copyist, R U Bulkey
His name appears on Company Muster Roll . . . for Nov & Dec, 1862 as "Absent In hospital" Copyist, R U Bulkey
His name appears on Hospital Muster Roll of General Hospital at Lauderdale Springs, Miss. Copyist, J. B. Hiatt
Be advised that these cards which you are referring to are not original records. They are cards compiled by the U. S. War Department over the years from 1890-1910.
War Department clerks working from original bi-monthly reports copied the information found therein for each individual soldier. The recording sergeant who made the original records recorded only the basic information supplied him by others or from his own knowledge. The War Department copyist took the information on a given muster and transcribed the basic information to one individual card. He had no knowledge as to the authenticity of the information. Either the mustering clerk did not know the name of the hospital, or it may have been omitted for brevity. I would suggest that the regimental surgeon sent the man to the hospital, the assignment thereafter made by others.
The card which identifies the hospital he was admitted to came from other records, in this case, the hospital muster roll.