Got 'em. Good stuff. I busted this research open Wednesday night and by last night I added an inch to my Auxvasse Creek Skirmish file. One benefit is that in the process I've obtained a pretty thorough picture regarding how Callaway County militia operated (the landowner who was accused of being complicit with the Rebels was a member of the Federal Callaway Enrolled Militia. Callaway's Enrolled Militia was very unique by Missouri standards. Instead of a 12 company regiment as most were, it was an independent two-company battalion throughout the war, with one captain being formally named its "provisional colonel." Company A was Conservative Unionist (Reactionary Unionist might have been an appropriate name to be coined for it), while Company B was Radical Unionist. Which makes for extremely interesting analysis. More to come on additional posts on this board referring to the Snedicor brothers. John, thanks for the help.