Not to argue, but I believe Quinn's were "Minute Men" in name only. My gr gr great grandfather was a member of Co C, and while I have done quiet a bit of research on the unit. In the several letters he wrote while stationed at Camp Milldale, he puts down on the men who were awol, and telling of the return to Milldale from his furlough, (only 7 days) telling of the prison in Jackson, etc.
He even had a petition to the governor from most of the folks from the county asking for his "release' from duty, which he refused to give to the governor, as he felt it was his duty to serve his country. (even in his 40s)
While there were only 96 listed as present, most of the men can be found in other units at the same time. Most of those of Co C, that stayed until the disbandment of Quinn's ended up in cavalry companies recruited in the area, most going to Cos B & E of Powers' Regiment, some going to the 14th Confederate Cavalry, some the 4th Miss. Cavalry.
I am currently waiting on copies of 2 more letter collections wrote from Camp Milldale, and maybe can shed more light on Quinn's ST.