Bryan, like you the Doctors told me that I suffered a mild stroke. If that was mild then I certainly don't want to experience the real thing. I lost partial feelings and mobility in my left arm and hand. Am having to learn to type with three fingers in my left hand which is proving to be amusing if nothing else. Added to old wounds from my long forgotten war in my right leg and back are catching up to me. The Doctors suggest it is time for me to slow it down if not retire. Slowing it down sounds good, but retiring, nope! May as well bury me.
The work I have finished transcribing I have collected I have titled as "Letters and Dispatches to Brigadier J. S. Marmaduke, 1863-1864." The core of these documents cover the period of April to December 1863. There are gaps in 1864 which also is reflected in the TMOB, but most of the months are covered. Jim McGhee edited the work for corrections of names and places. He places a high value on the material for added research value. I had thought of adding maps of central and North-East Arkansas as many reports and messages come from locations that are mentioned in very few other documents. I also note that there are a couple of after action reports mentioning casualties that are not to be found in either the TMOB or the OR's. And yes we have several mentions of Arkansas units and reorganizations of some forations. The June 1863 documents for example adds some new light as to how the various commands advanced upon Helena.
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