I'm looking for any additional information on a Thomas Douglas Hybarger who was a soldier from Missouri in the American Civil War, a 2nd Lieutenant in the 13th Missouri Calvary. During the civil war his wife, children and father-in-law (William F. McBride) and family were living in Long Lane, Dallas County Missouri. Thomas and his wife's (Sarah "Sadie" McBride) family moved to Dallas County Missouri from Greene County Tennessee during the late 1850's.
Thomas Douglas Hybarger was a 2nd Lieutenant in Wood's Regiment Co. A and then designated to the 14th Missouri Calvary Regiment. Later the regiment's size was increased and redesignated to the 13th Missouri Calvary Regiment "Woods Partisan Rangers" commanded by Col. Robert C. Wood. Thomas Hybarger's group served primarily as an unattached or independentunit although it was assigned to Marmaduke's Calvary division. This also could have been the same unit that ran with William Clarke Quantrill, which became Quantrill's Raiders (some family members say that Thomas might have run with this group just before he died).
Thomas saw action in the following battles:Pine Bluff, Arkansas 10/25/1863; Jenkins Ferry4/30/1864 and in numerous engagements of Price's 1864 Missouri raid.The regiment surrendered at Shreveport, LA and was paroled in June 1865.At the time of its surrender it was part of the 1st Missouri Calvary Brigade, 1st Calvary Division, Trans-Missouri Department. A roster was compiled of POW records from those who surrendered at Shreveport (and/or prisoners of war in Arkansas) and Thomas D. Hybarger was included.