Since you stated that you were wanting to compare the 67 names against the rosters of Texans serving in Virginia and I don't know how much information you have about those Texans or The Texas Brigade, I wanted to add the following: The Texas Brigade, which consisted of the First, Fourth and Fifth Texas Infantry Regiments were the only true Texas regiments to serve in the Army of Northern Virginia. In November of 1862 however, the ANV was reorganized and Third Arkansas was brigaded with the Texans for the remainder of the war; thus, from Fredericksburg to Appomatix. They were the only other regiment from a Western most state in the ANV. There are many instances of the Texans referring to Third Arkansas, good naturedly, as "Third Texas" as the Razorbacks proved their mettle and the 'other' Texans accepted their courage and bravery as worthy of being called Texans. My g-g-gradfather served in Company C, 3rd Arkansas, and after the war moved to Texas, where his daughter married a Texan, the son of a Texan, making me a proud fifth generation Texan - but with admiration and affection for the Arkansans. So don't forget to check the Third Arkansas rosters, as they will also be honorably buried alongside the other dead of The Texas Brigade.
Lonnie J. Palmer
Fort Worth, TX
Private, Company I (The Navarro Rifles), 4th Texas Vol Inf