Reprint copy of "Dead Men Wore Boots" purchased from Alan Duaine in 2013. In the back of the book the author, Carl Duaine, included two company rosters and a complete regimental roster. Not much new info you do not already have, but here it is.
Roster of Co B compiled by its 1st Sgt. J. C. Douglass and printed in the Seguin Enterprise of May 24, 1889: Daniel George is listed as living in New Braunfels, Tx.
Regimental Roster of 1146 names collated by the author from all sources: Pvt. Daniel B. George of Co B enlisted Mar 22, 1862 at age 29. His home address is Comal Co. Sent to hospital in Feb 1864 at Wharton. He attended the 1899 Reunion of Cos. B & E and he was living in New Braunfels at the time.
On a side note of interest not normally found on regimental rosters which I have seen: Mary George enlisted July 22, 1862. Her rank is listed as Matron and is on the regimental staff. Under the remarks it states she was matron from Oct 1, 1862 to Oct 31, 1862. She was present Feb 28, 1863. No other comments regarding service or indication she was related to Daniel, but the name Mary caught my eye and thought I would include in this post. No one else by the name of George is listed in the roster.
The index lists no "George" therefore I assume he is not mentioned in the body of the text. This book describes the weeks of daily skirmishes harassing Federal troops as they retreated back down the Red River. This task was written like it was a another day at the office. Dismounting and leaving their mounts with the horse handlers. Attacking the cavalry on foot and driving them back. Then attacking the infantry skirmishers driving them back until they joined the main body and artillery. At this point, the regiment would methodically retreat back to their horses. Getting little rest or food and starting the routine over again the next day.
PS - For $450, I will sell you my book complete with notes in margins, "post-it" flags, and yellow hi-liting of text. Heck, I will even throw in the postage for free. (Just a little humor)