As a Calloway County historian I have found no real factual primary documentation of who the "guerrillas" where or when they were killed.
Another important point is that many people on this board apparently have not served in the military and do not really understand what a true "guerrilla" is. A guerrilla is someone operating outside of any sort of political structure and backing. The Confederate soldier had a functioning government in charge. The typical Yankee Republican and still present mindset is to call all Confederates or enemy soldiers guerrillas so they would not have to give them protection as POWs when captured. Here in Calloway County and the rest of the Jackson Purchase of Kentucky their many documented examples of Confederate soldiers being captured and then turned over to Union Home Guard irregulars for execution. One Illinois Yankee soldier documented such instances on several occasions.
There were though actual guerrilla types in the Jackson Purchase of Kentucky (west of the Tennessee River). One former Confederate medal of honor winner from Tennessee was executed at Murray in Calloway County a couple of years after the war. This soldier had deserted during the war and had joined a local guerrilla outfit. The guerrilla group had among its many victims killed a man in Calloway County for which the former soldier was implicated and hung.