Pvt. Alexander was absent Nov. 25, 1863 through Dec. 13th. He was then dropped from the roll but he rejoined on January 10, 1864. No charges were preferred against him. He was paid for the period from November 1, 1863 through February 29, 1864 less the time absent for him and his horse. His pay amounted to $30 for his service and $29.60 for use and risk of his horse.
On April 30, 1864 it is shown that he was without horse since April 18. Then in August he was absent on special service. It appears as though he aquired another mount, for in October 1864, the muster roll shows that his horse died September 1st and that his saddle, bridle, halter and saber were lost in action.
No further records.