I would greatly appreciate it, Bruce. I had come across him for my Arkansas research and, just recently, a family member shed a bit of light on him from the Missouri Provost Marshal records. Henry gave a statement that he was under Price at Pea Ridge, was arrested by a soldier from Capt. Remping's(?) M.S.M. and that two or three of Capt. Noland's men came to his house and had breakfast. He also mentions being a part of Ford's Paw Paw militia and was discharged in June 1864 (his military cards on Missouri Soldier's Database states he was discharged July 8, 1864).
I can't find a thing about him on Fold3.com as the EMM doesn't seem to be on that site.