Thank you for your replies. My ancestors, several McFarland brothers who lived in Fannin Co. were first in the 22nd Texas Cavalry, Co. C, organized at Ft. Washita in Dec. 1861. On one of the Archive Records for Arthur McF. it remarks that he was "Discharged July 16, 1862 by order of Gen. Albert Pike in Compliance with act of Congress approved April 16, 1862." I think that was because he was not yet 18, which he turned in August. He then appears to have enlisted August 9, 1862 In Co. I, of the 31st Cavalry at Ft. Washita. And all records that I have ordered for these relatives seem to go no further than 1863. There are no more muster rolls, although I know they were present. I was curious about why the records seem to end.