I checked my files, Bob. Capt. Hamilton B. Wear, Co. I, 36th Arkansas Infantry, was court-martialed on August 19, 1863, at Camp Bayou Meto, on the charges of (1) encouraging desertion, and (2) conduct unbecoming an officer and a gentleman. As late as November 20, 1863, Captain Wear was in the guard-house at Camp Bragg, awaiting a review of his court-martial. He was eventually permitted to resign his commission on December 29, 1863. He took the oath of allegiance to the United States on January 18, 1864. All of this took place more than a year after the incident in the 26th Arkansas.