Anthony Butts, Conscript, Private, Company B, 39th Battalion Virginia Cavalry (Richardson’s Battalion of Scouts, Guides & Couriers, 13 Battalion Virginia Cavalry), enlisted August 1, 1863 at Culpepper C. H., Va. by Capt. Janney for the war and employed on extra duty as a Teamster, at A. N. V. head quarters, paid $0.25/day extra duty pay, employed as Ambulance Driver for Gen. R. E. Lee, paroled at Appomattox Court House, Virginia, April 9, 1865, recorded in Richmond, May 30, 1865, residence Rome[sp?] & Commerce St.
M324: Compiled Service Records of Confederate Soldiers Who Served in Organizations from the State of Virginia
Note, he was paid June 30, 1864 for performing extra duty as a Teamster for the 30 day period June 1 through June 30. If he was wounded at Cold Harbor, June 1-3, it does not seem it would have been serious enough as he appears to have continued at work.
There are no further records post November 1, 1864 in his file. It’s quite possible he was slightly wounded thereafter. However, he was well enough to be present at Lee’s surrender at Appomattox.