That you for your response. The 14th Cavalry (dismounted) could not be the company my gg grandfather was in. He was killed at the Wilson Farm/Ten Mile Bayou running battle or fight on Apr 7, 1864 in Mansfield, Louisiana. I have the sleeve (Company Muster-in-Roll) from the Washington Archives that states that he was in Co. C, 14th Cav, Texas: Pvt:John W. Conner: Capt. Stephen C. Ragan's Company, Johnson's Regiment Volunteers Feb 15, 1862 and he enrolled in Tarrant Co. 1/26/1862 for a period of 12 months. I also have two index cards that shows he enlisted on 6/11/1861 in Tarrant County Rifles, Mtd. Company 10th Brig. TST with commanding officer: Capt. W. W. Dunn. The second index card shows he enlisted in the Co. of Mtd. Volunteers, 1st Reg. TC M. T. Johnson, Commdg. CSA with commanding officer: Capt. Stephen C. Ragan.
John Wesley Conner's brother was at Mansfield as well and I have found his unit (1st Texas Inf. REgt. Co. K: Texas Invincibles. His name was Robert T. Conner. He was wounded at Mansfield. Maybe someone that is more knowledgeable than myself would be able to find the muster roll or information on what unit he was in to be at Mansfield in 1864. He couldn't be in the 14th if it was in Georgia.) Any help would be appreciated. Thanks, Linda O'Neal