John Wesley Brock, Company I, 10th Missouri Infantry, CSA, and fought at Prairie Grove and was captured at Helena and received at Alton on July 9, 1863. He was released on oath on July 27. He decided to take his family away from the war and headed west. He died Oct 17, 1864 at Nebraska City, NE of typhoid with 3 of his six kids. The wife and remaing 3 kids returned to the farm of her brother in Carroll County, who (her brother was Captain in the Carroll County militia) was killed by Bloody Bill's men the day after Bloody Bill was killed.
Prior to this he served in the MSG and was captured at Blackwater River and taken to Gratiot where he also took the oath. Good thing for him they didn't have computers to keep track of it.