surgeon Etter's Arkansas battery. R. A. Roberts, Cedar Hill, Tex., assistant surgeon.
Except sitting at Fort Smith
in June, 1863, the board continued its sittings at Little Rock
, until the approach and entry of the Federal
army under Gen. Frederick Steele
, September 10, 1863, when it retired behind the Confederate
lines to Washington, Ark.
The admissions of surgeons and assistant surgeons at Fort Smith
, June, 1863, are in a third list, as follows:
Elias R. Duval, Fort Smith, Ark., surgeon Gen. William Steele's division.
John J. Tobin, Cusseta, Tex., assistant surgeon Morgan's Arkansas infantry. Jesse W. Johnson, Brunswick, Mo., surgeon Monroe's Arkansas cavalry. Walter T. Adair, Cherokee Nation, surgeon Cherokee cavalry.
George Tebault, Oakville, Tex., surgeon Bass' Texas infantry. Orlando A. Hobson, assistant surgeon Hill's Arkansas infantry. James P. Evans, Tahlequah, Cherokee Nation, chief surgeon Cooper's Indian division.
Craven Peyton, Little Rock, chief surgeon Marmaduke's division.
Rhesa W. Beard, DeKalb, Tex., surgeon DeMorse's Texas cavalry. Eugene B. Rochelle, Moore's, Tex., assistant surgeon DeMorse's Texas cavalry. Julien C. Field, Little Rock, Ark., assistant surgeon Bass' Texas infantry. Leo M. Alexander, Cambridge, Mo., surgeon Second Creek cavalry.
Octavius Alexander, Cambridge, Mo., surgeon First Creek cavalry.
Felix N. Littlejohn, Paris, Tex., assistant surgeon Martin's Fifth Texas rangers.
July, 1863, the board returned to Little Rock
John R. Pickett, Jacksonport, Ark., assistant surgeon Stand Watie's Cherokees.
Thomas A. Lornagin, St. Louis, Mo., surgeon Lewis' Seventh Missouri infantry. George G. Duggans, Cambridge, Mo., assistant surgeon Scanland's Texas squadron.
August, 1863: John F. Locke, St. Joseph, Mo., assistant surgeon Mitchell's Missouri infantry. Willis R. Jones, Arkadelphia, Ark., assistant surgeon Bell's Arkansas infantry.
Alcephus Robertson, Crooked Creek, Ark., assistant surgeon Harrell's Arkansas cavalry.