(Listed as a Lieutenant Colonel, 1st Battalion (Stirman's) Arkansas Cavalry Company B) source: http://www.couchgenweb.com/civilwar/
He evidently was home from the war. He went after his stolen Horses, at Clarksville and recovered them. A group of Masons escorted him half way back toward Hector to a point they felt was safe for him to go on alone. Soon after the bushwhackers attacked him, outnumbered he was fatally wounded and died.
Family story in the book "History of Pope County, Volume II" Pages 350 and 351.
His wife was interred next to him, sadly her stone is broken and on the ground.