The period I had in mind began in mid-April of 1865, ending with announcement of Taylor's surrender agreement to the troops at the end of the first week in May. Taylor wanted all of his command treated honorably and not as outlaws and bandits. To that end he took steps to ensure that the men of his command responded properly to orders and continued to behave like soldiers -- no small task.
Since Taylor's command was departmental, he was responsible for all Confederates entering his area who had not already been paroled. Parole lists for his department include any number of ad hoc commands which must have been assembled during the last few days of April and early May.