That is priceless information. Some time back I had laid these Stoker uncles' records aside while I collected information on my direct ancestors. The information from the OR about the sickness in the ranks makes Edward seem much more real. I will double check the census records where I got the Stoker information to try and sort out the inconsistencies in the records I have.
Re Cleburne; I can understand why he may not have been appreciated in his own time as we appreciate him today--we have the benefit of hindsight and the volumes written about him to color our opinion of him. He had some of the important qualities of great leaders that often aren't fully recognized until they are gone. His "memo" in Dalton early in 1864 doubtless hurt his career, but even there he was forward thinking and above all, a realist. He was a true soldier to the very end and I think his life would make an amazing movie.