I am hoping someone will be willing to help me. I am doing genealogy and can not find one of my ancestors. I believe he may have died during the Vicksburg Campaign. I am at a loss on how to find information on him if any. I will give all the info. I have in hopes that someone will be willing to help me solve the mystery if possible. Thomas Gollaher b. abt. 1840 in Illinois. Was living with his father (Henry Gollaher) and family in the 1860 census in Prairie, Washington, Ark.. I could not find him after the 1860 census. I then saw that there was a Thomas Gollaher that enlisted in Fayetteville, Ark. The information I have is based off a copy of a abstract card. Thomas Gollaher Enlisted - Oct. 9, 1861, Fayetteville Ark by Major William H. Brooks. Enlisted with - 1st Battalion (Stirman's) Arkansas Cavalry Co. E. Private Last paid - Capt. Calhoun on Dec. 31, 1862 Muster Roll - Jan. & Feb. 1863 Present Card no.- 44777494 The reason why I assume he died. There are filed court records in about 1878 to confirm the children of Henry Gollaher when he died and Thomas Gollaher is not mentioned at all. I appreciate any help at all. Thank you, Rene'