Thanks gentlemen. I have a copy of the microfilm for the 13th Regiment Georgia Cavalry (16th Battalion Ga Cavalry). I was hoping that there might be a resource that I was unaware of, maybe a quartermasters report or something similar to that, that would mention this distribution of clothing. My theory for this distribution of clothing being in the Shenandoah Valley is that as I look through the compiled service records, etc, I see men on this roll that were definitely in the Valley by virtue of them being wounded, killed or captured. My guess is that this roll took place in July. Parts of the 16th had been in the Valley from early June (dismounted) and more came in July. After they were mounted in July, that is when they became heavily involved in the day to day cavalry skimishes and battles and when the casualties start showing up.