Usually there is NO genealogical info, unless the soldier died in service, in which case there are SOMETIMES copies of legal papers relating to his widow or parents getting a small settlement from the CS government.
Sometimes when a soldier died in service, there was also a "descriptive list" filled out about him, which included age, place of birth, height, weight, etc.
It's hit or miss, since were talking about records over 140 years old.
Sometimes a treasure trove appears, sometimes virtually nothing.
Wish I could have helped you more! -- Jim Huffman, Gainesville Vols, SCV Camp 373, Pearl River County, MS