He was on the January - April rolls as present with 6 days absent without leave. No charges against him. Many did this just prior to leaving for Northern Virginia. His horse died July 11, 1864. He was present until August when he was admitted August 21, 1864 to Jackson Hospital at Richmond. He was diagnosed as rheumatisims and on September he was furloughed for 30 days, taking the No. 4, G.C. R.R. home.
No further records.