Last fall, probably in November, I psoted soem Georgia burials of Texas soliders on the Texas board, but I can't get the message to come up now. This list is by no means complete, and depends on the unit given on the headstone. I did not survey but just a tiny bit of the Marietta Confederate Cemetery, and perhaps half of the Confederate Section at Oakland in Atlanta, which is the largest in the State. So many of the men at Oakland are buried as unknowns. Two other cemeteries with large numbers o fburials are the Confederate Cemetery at Kingston in Bartow County, and the CXonfederate Cemetery at Jonesboro. Only one grave is marked at Jonesboro, and oonly a handful at Kingston. But for what its worth, here goes, for the four regiments of Ross's Brigade:
1 Texas Legion:
J. W. Corpeare, Co I, Confederate Section, Myrtle Hill Cemetery, Rome, Floyd County.
6/15 Texas Cavalry (Consolidated)
Louis Corturier, Co. B, Confederate Section, Rose Hill Cemetery, Macon, Bibb County
3 Texas Cavalry:
Lawrence Butts, Co. K, b. 1848; d. 1924, Gordon Municipal Cemetery, Gordon, Wilkinson County
J. Hendrick, Grave # 45, Stonewall Confederate Cemetery, Griffin, Spalding County.
John Wesley Martin, Co. K, b. 24 Jul 40; d. 14 Mar 90; bur. Lincolnton Presbyterian Ceme., Lincolnton, Lincoln County.
6 Texas Cavalry:
W. F. Duncan, Co. B, d. 31 Jul 64; Soldier's Cemetery, Newnam, Coweta County.
W. J. King, b. 24 May 34; d. 4 Mar 05; bur Salmon Family Cemetery, near Adarisville, Floyd County; Minsiter, d. at Adairsville (per tombstone)
H. F. Starke, CPL, Field & Staff, b. 1839; d. 1896; bur Westview Cemetery, Atlanta, Fulton County.
27 Texas Cavalry:
W. B. Sessions, Co. D, d. 4 Nov 63, bur Soldier's Cemetery, Newnan, Coweta County.
On the off-chance that one of these may be a cavalryman you are seeking, I ahve five men identified as being in a Texas unit, without giving the number of the regiment, or even if it is artillery, cavalry, or infantry. They are
A. Davis, Tex unit; Co B, Confederate Section, Oakland Cemetery, Atlanta.
J. C. Grimes, Texas unit, Co C; Confederate Section, Oakland Cemetery, Atlanta
E. L. Hawkins, Texas unit, Co K, Confederate Section, Oakland Cemetery, Atlanta
R. R. Hodge, Texas unit, No comapny given, Oxford Confederate Section, Oxford Cemetery, Oxford, Newton County. (Died in Oxfored College Hospital)
Loyd, Willaim F., Texas unit; no company given, Confederate Section, Oakland Cemetery, Atlanta.
See if you can't pull up the archived burials in Georgia off of the Texas Board. i believe I started in about October, and posted off and on through say December, 2006. I often find that the VA issued tombstones leave off a unit designator; for instance, a burial under 3 TEX might include 3 TEX Infantry, Cavalry, or Militia, etc. I would suggest that you look at the corresponding infantry burials for your cavalry units; ie., look under 6 TEX for possible 6 TEX Cavalry. Hope this is of some little help.