This is interesting information. This particular battle doesn't fit the descriptions of any engagement mentioned in the ORs. This can't be the Feb 13, 1864 so-called Battle of Middle Boggy which had to be north-northwest along the Choctaw-Chickasaw border. However, local lore includes stories of an engagement near Boggy Depot. Muriel Wright spoke of a nearby Boggy Depot battle and a claim that some Pins actually came into Boggy Depot at night and were heard walking across the porches of the houses. I have discounted these stories because the sources Ms. Wright used could not be reconciled with the event, i.e., she spoke of an engagement near Boggy Depot but connects it with reports in the ORs that refer to a group of men carrying mail from Boggy Depot -- an event that occurred on Snake Creek far north-northeast in Haskell County. Phillips had one battalion of the 14th Kansas Cavalry (Willett's) that was engaged at the Feb 13th Battle of Middle Boggy. Another battalion of the 14th Kansas Cavalry, that Phillips said he never heard from, has a story on the Kansas Adjutant General website that says they encountered Confederates, perhaps down the Texas Road from North Fork Town, and now I'm wondering if this is the unit that came near Boggy Depot. There would not have been any Pins or IHG with this group (probably). Since Phillips never made contact with them, they are not mentioned in his reports. This may be a completely separate engagement and may explain some of the inconsistencies in the various reports and stories -- such as Quantrill's men being at Middle Boggy or Little Boggy on the Texas Road after the battle and some of Nail's Company being there. I'm rambling as I'm thinking about the pieces of the stories that don't fit in my research of the Middle Boggy battle of Feb 13, 1864. There were apparently many small engagements or perhaps more precisely "killings" as Phillips (and perhaps this other battalion of the 14th KS Cav) scoured the country side. Phillips mentions inflicting many casualties at events that were not individually documented.