I think I have at least 5 of your 13 Bone brothers in the same Fannin County militia that includes 2 sets of twins. ..I suppose they are twins since they have the same birth years.
Matthew "Doc" Bone is not mentioned, but 12 different Bones are mentioned in 14 entries plus one Captain John W. Bone whose independent company of 70 men was attached to Bourland's Regiment. Captain John W. Bone is mentioned on 17 pages of my 1,022-page book.
A. Y.; DeMorse's 29th TX Cav, Co B (Denton Co, TST), A-281
Caxy C. (Hunt Co TX), A-138
G. E. (Cooke Co, TST), A-280
G. R. (Bone's Co, CSA), A-31
G. W., b-1842 (Fannin Co, TST), A-137
Henry F.; 11th TX Cav (Lt-Col, 21st Brig, TST), A-3, A-251, A-270
J. F., b-1839; Likens' 35th TX Cav (Cpl, Fannin Co, TST), A-137
James P., b-1839; 22d TX Cav-1st Indian-TX Regt (Fannin Co, TST), A-137
Jesse F., b-1842; 22d TX Cav-1st Indian-TX Regt (Cpl, Fannin Co, TST), A-137
John W., b-1825 (Capt, Bone's Co, CSA), 229, 230, 270, A-10, A-19, A-21, A-24, A-31, A-32, A-161, A-162, A-163,
......A-194, A-197, A-viii, A-xi, A-xix
Leonidas J.; Ross' 6th Cav, Co C (Denton Co, TST), A-281
Thomas J.; Burnet's 1st TX Sharpshooters (Hopkins Co, TST), A-114
W. A., b-1830 (Fannin Co, TST), A-137
I would very much like to learn more about your Bone family.