Yes they were near Bath. Family letters I have from ancestors tell of a horrible time. One of my G-G-Uncles left the 37th when his enlistment was up and entered a Partisan Ranger unit which later became a regular cavalry company. His opinion of Jackson's treatment of troops was low. My father, as a boy, knew this man. According to Dad "Uncle Hi", as he was known, even in his late 80's, still had no love for Yankees and even less for Stonewall Jackson. Uncle Hiram's letters to his mother during the war related the hardships the men endured in the Romney Campaign. My guess is that Jackson had even less consideration for the Arkansas troops than he did for Virginia soldiers. I have read that three commanders in Jackson's Corps were disliked by many of the common soldiers. Jackson himself being one, the other two heing Gen. Charles Winder and Col. John F. Neff. According to some things I have read, the deaths of these three were considered by many soldiers to be divine retribution.