He has 40 carded records in his file! That's quite a large file.have zero information pertaining to his movement while in service.
Your great great grandfather served in Co D, 5th South Carolina, Bratton's/Conner's brigade, Army of Northern Virginia. During his 4 years of service, he suffered measles and small pox; was furloughed once for 15 days; was thrice wounded; and surrendered with the Army of Northern Virginia at Appomattox Court House April 9, 1865.
Here's a chronological summary of the information on the carded records:
Rufus U Evans. Age 24. Enlisted as a Private in Co D 5th South Carolina Infantry April 13, 1861 at SanTuck.
Recorded as present April 13 - July 24, 1861.
Sent to CSA General Hospital Charlottesville, VA admitted July 24, 1861 for measles.
Returned to duty September 17, 1861.
Appears on Company Muster Roll for Sept/Oct 1861 as "absent at Hospital by order of Surgeon Thomson."
Appears on Company Muster Roll for Nov/Dec 1861 as present
Staff of General Hospital Warrenton, Va. requested he be permanently detail as a nurse at that hospital on December 19, 1861.
Detailed as nurse by Sec of War May 24, 1862 at 4th Division General Hospital, Camp Winder, Richmond Virginia and attached to hospital.
Appears on a register of Medical Director's Office at General Hospital No 21 admitted December 1, 1862. Disease varioloid (small pox) Age 27, Transferred to Camp Winder December 11, 1862.
Appears on a morning report of General Hospital No. 21 Maryland / Gwathmy Hospital at Richmond Va. for December 11, 1862. Transferred Dec 11, 1862 to Camp Winder. Furloughed for 15 days, December 19, 1862
Appears on Company Muster Roll for Dec 31, 1861 - June 30, 1862 as "Detailed at hospital"
Present Nov/Dec 1862.
Returned to duty with his regiment from Winder February 11, 1863.
Present Jan/Feb 1863
Present May/June 1863
Present July/Aug 1863
Appears on a list of casualties in Bratton's brigade in the campaign of 1864 Army of Northern Virginia. Wounded hand slight May 6, 1864 (place not stated; Wilderness)
Present July/Aug 1864
Appears on a list of casualties in Bratton's brigade in the campaign of 1864 Army of Northern Virginia. Wounded leg slight August 16, 1864 (place not stated; Second Deep Bottom?)
Present Sept/Oct 1864
Appears on a list of casualties in Bratton's brigade in the campaign of 1864 Army of Northern Virginia. Wounded hand slight October 7, 1864. (place not stated; New Market Road? or Strasburg? or somewhere else in the Shenadoah Valley?)
Present Nov/Dec 1864
Present Jan/Feb 1865
Surrendered with the Army of Northern Virginia at Appomattox Court House and paroled April 9, 1865.