Correction: this skirmish at Pond Spring occurred June 29. Some accounts reference prisoners taken from Patterson's command:
Brig. Gen. Robert S. Granger: "Two communications found among many papers captured in Colonel Patterson's camp by troops sent out by me on the 30th (29th) of June... From reports, Patterson's brigade numbers between 600 and 700 men for duty; Roddey's division, about 2,800. In addition to Patterson's command, from all information I can get, there are 400 more up the river between this point and Stevenson." OR Vol. 39, Chap. 51, Part 2, Page 169
Record of Events, Co. H, Fourth Tennessee Cavalry: "June 29. Surprised Colonel Patterson's camp near Courtland, Alabama, capturing his camp and camp equipage with ten prisoners, distance fifteen miles." OR Supplement, Part 2, Vol. 65, Ser. 77, Page 463
"Smart Affair in Alabama," Fremont [Ohio] Journal, July 15, 1864: "An expedition under Col. Grower, sent out from Decatur, Ala., June 29th, by Gen. R.S. Granger, to surprise Patterson's Brigade of Roddy's Division, was partially successful. When near the camp they were discovered by the rebel surgeons, who gave the alarm. The rebels broke and ran, but the 18th Michigan came in on double quick, killing and wounding a number, and capturing one lieutenant and nine men, their wagons, ambulances, camp and garrison equipage, officers' baggage, and a lot of horses and mules."
July 12, Maj. John B. Minnis: "From the best information that could be obtained, I think Roddey has joined Forrest at Tupelo, Miss., taking most of Patterson's command with him." OR Vol. 52, Chap. 64, Part 1 page 112