I too am looking for information on the 10th Confederate Cavalry. Do you show anything for Daniel D. Cochran or spelled as Cockingham in the muster rolls? His records are with the 5th Kentucky Mounted Infantry although I suspect he was with the 10th Confederate Cavalry. Planning a trip to Carlisle, PA but it may be some time yet. It has not been the same since the departure of Dr. Sommers.
Cockerham, David D.:Pvt. Co. K, 10th Confederate
Captured June 9, 1863 at Monticello, Kentucky
Arrived June 20, 1863
Died Sept. 12, 1863, no cause listed
Buried on island, grave unknown
NOTE: The surname is variously misspelled Cockerlan, Cochran, and Cochram. According to service records, Cockerham enlisted in Co. I, 5th Kentucky Mounted Infantry Oct. 25, 1861 and deserted Jan. 10, 1863 at Middle Creek. Still, when he was captured in the skirmish at Monticello, Cockerham was with the 10th Confederate. He was taken to Camp Chase at Columbus, Ohio, thence to Johnson's Island. No known diaries mention his death, nor do death lists kept by prisoners. According to family tradition, he died of measles. There was no headmarker for Cockerham in 1866.The 1860 Kentucky census shows that he was age 22 then. Cockerham's brother, Elijah D., Cochran of the 5th Kentucky Mounted Infantry, died at Camp Chase on Dec. 22, 1863 and is buried in grave 87.