Joey, I was speaking to my first cousin, James Horton. He says that you and he corresponded a few years back. We of course share the same ancestor Aaron Lafayette Morrow, he and his brothers were part of Goldman Bryson's outfit. In fact the oldest Morrow brother James K. Morrow was second in command. They were recurited by G.W.K. to operate in the Unaka Mountains of NC. In the last week of October 1863 they were attacked by a detachment of Vaughan's Confederate troops in the Beaverdam section of Cherokee County NC. My ancestors were able to stay mounted and cut their way through Vaughan's troops, Bryson was not so luck and wound up on foot. It was his neck of the woods and he would probably have eluded the rebs but for the presence of a contingent of full blood and mixed blood Cherokees of Thomas' Legion, lead by Cam and Jim Taylor. They caught Bryson near his house and killed him. My folks operated as guides for Kirk for awhile and later joined TN Mounted Infantry regiments USA.