Ralph, I don't know if you want biographies on men directly involved in the action, or only peripherally involved, so if you don't need the following, maybe someone else can use it. Gen. William Steele's reports occasionally mention a member of his staff, A. H. Cline.
This is Alexander Hamilton Cline. He was born at Bedford, Pennsylvania, January 22, 1835; moved to Fort Smith, Arkansas, after 1850, and was a druggist there. He was appointed major in the Arkansas State Troops and served as aide-de-camp to Brig. Gen. Nicholas Bartlett Pearce at the Battle of Wilson's Creek. After the State Troops were disbanded, he returned to Fort Smith, where he enlisted as a private in Co. C, 35th Arkansas Infantry, on June 21, 1865. The descriptive roll describes him as eyes black, hair black, complexion dark, height 5'7". He joined General Steele's staff when the latter assumed command of the Indian Territory, and served in the quartermaster department. He died at Chicago, Illinois, November 1, 1928, and is buried in Elmwood Cemetery, Kansas City, Missouri.