Everyone working on James Ewton and Rebecca Parker, this may be of some help.I found this in a book in our local library. James P. Ewton--Pvt--TN--Anderson's Co-1 TN MTD MIL The name of the book is: VOLUNTEER SOLDIERS IN THE CHEROKEE WARS.
That's all the information it gives: But here is the title page information it gives.
It givesan alphabetical listing of the volunteer soldiers who served during the Cherokee disturbances or removal which has come to be known as the Cherokee Wars-1836-1839. These are listings found in the Adjustant General's Office files of ComPiled Service Records of the soldiers listed in Group 94 of the records. The original records were filed under the muster rolls of each unit and are listed alphabetically in the National Archives. For those soldiers who were in the regular Army, their records will be listed in the Registers of Enlistments found in files M-233. For many of these men, there are additional files in the National Archives as pensions and bounty Land Warrant were issued to many of these men or to their widow's. These records maybe obtained in the normal manner as other military service records. This information comes from the jacket envelope. Hope this helps. Jean