It appeared in the Texas Standard on August 6, 1863 (Page 1):
List of the killed, wounded and missing 29th Texas cavalry, battl eof Elk Creek 17th instant.
Field and Staff. - Wounded Col. Charles DeMorse, com'dg.; severely.
Co. A. - Killed W.R. Baily, M.L. Linch wounded severely.
Co. B. - Killed I.M. Statum, B.F. Short, wounded C. Saunders; severely, W.C. Patrick slightly, T.A. Parmer, W.D. Blankenship, (torn) Shoop slightly, missing I.F. Proctor.
Co. C. - Wounded J.N. Thomas, E.J. Birmingham, B.F. Blount severely, G.W. Davis slightly, missing G.W. Eubanks.
Co. D. - Wounded 1st sergt. G.A. Andrews, P.H. Igo, severely, Wm. cook, Wm. Wilson, slightly. Missing color Sergt. E.W. McBride Jas Walker, Enon Lancy, J. Slater.
Co. E. - Killed, W.C. Blount; Wm. Wilson, J.F. Cook, wounded Thos. Hodge, W.W. Lovejoy, Geo King, severely; Missing Hugh Hightower.
Co. F. - Wounded Davis Rodgers severely, Jas. Erwin slightly.
Co. G. - WOunded E.G. Bumsowers, C.W. DeWitt severely, H.J. Baily slightly, missing Serg. J.E. Gardner, Corporal L. Martriz, B.H. Haily.
Co. H. - Wounded Capt. W.A. Brown, Eli Murphey severely.
Co. I. - Wounded J.J. McClosky, Corporal M.L. Lotton, severely, missing U.B. Udon.
Co. K. - Wounded C.W. Jolland, J. Barnes, Wm. Croly, Missing J.H. Henderson, N.H. Scruggs.
This is an accurate list as can be made at present, A few of the missing are undoubtedly killed, and the rest are prisoners.
Camp Mechire, July 22d 1863.