As George pointed out, this is an obvious transcriptional error.
Civil war records were usually produced on approximately 8.5 by 11" sheets, then folded in half, then by thirds to fit in the field pigeon hole desk slots.
Paper was of poor quality and ink printing would sometimes run and splotch.
Over the years, holes would appear in some of the folds.
Transcriptional errors abound, a B & a G are often mistaken as is a F & B.