This veteran may be from Rankin County, MS or an adjoining county. Many Myers and Rhodes men served in the 6th MS Infantry, and some later went to Texas following the War. I had family men with these surnames who served in Co. I ("Rankin Greys").
I do have a Henry Bingaman Myers (1839 MS - 1918 TX), who served as a Sgt in the 39th MS, along with several other Myers and Rhodes men, as well. He was in Co. B ("Rankin Rebels"). Following the battle of Corinth in October 1862, he was detailed to bury the dead, transport wounded to field hospitals, and bury amputated limbs. Not my idea of a pleasant task, at all. Surrendered at Port Hudson, then finally at Fort Blakely. Applied for pension in 1917, listing value of his home in TX at $925 and his personal assets at $25.