George E. Adkins, age 19, enlisted in Company D, 17th Texas (Moore's Regiment) Cavalry March 1, 1862 at Larrissa[?], Texas, captured at Fort Hindman, Arkansas Post, Arkansas, January 11, 1863, died February 5, 1863 at Camp Douglas, Illinois,
George B. Adkins, age 19, enlisted as a Private in Captain John J. Kennedy's Company, 17th Regiment Texas Cavalry** March 8, 1862 at Harrison County/Marshall, Texas, captured at Fort Hindman, Arkansas Post, Arkansas January 11, 1863, sent to Camp Douglas, Illinois, n.d., recorded present on muster dated July 31, 1863, subsequently recorded absent in Trans Mississippi Department
**This company subsequently became Company K, 17th Regiment Texas Cavalry
17th Consolidated Regiment, Texas Cavalry. GEORGE B. ATKINS Company K, enlisted March 8, 1862 at Marshall, Texas, Jan/Feb 1864 muster does not state presence
The 17th Consolidated Regiment Texas Dismounted Cavalry was a field organization formed July 1, 1863, in the Trans-Mississippi Department principally of men who had formerly belonged to the 15th, 17th, 18th, 24th and 25th Regiments Texas Cavalry and to the 6th and 10th Regiments Texas Infantry and who had not been captured at Arkansas Post, Arkansas, January 11, 1863.