Don't believe so George, I too saw his surname spelled several different ways. However both the 1850 and 1860 United States census clearly stated his name spelled the same way Rufus Jetton. Using the other spellings nothing turns up with those surnames and given name of Rufus. Spelling it other ways would be like saying there was a Molain's Tennessee Cavalry. His age would also be indicative of a soldier enlisting in 1863 and from I recall he did attend school according to the 1860 United States census. Rufus Jetton may having being coy with those who interrogated him or perhaps his accent was a bit too much for the interrogators. Or perhaps the records were a bit too hard for General Ainsworth and his staff to transcribe?