Jonathan Jordan's brother-in-law, Joseph B. Inman served in Company F, 12th Inf.
Carrol B. Inman, another brother-in-law, enlisted in Howell County, Missouri on the 6th of February 1862 and served in the 1st MO Inf.
Carrol B. Inman was captured by Federal Troops in Oxford, Mississippi on December 4, 1862. He died in prison February 5, 1863.
Lieut. James H. Inman, brother to Joseph and Carrol, enlisted in the 1st MO Inf. in Howell County, Missouri on February 6, 1862. He was captured by Federal Troops and died in prison on November 8, 1863.
Lieut. Joseph Sutton, Co. F, 12th MO Inf. died at Pitman's Ferry, Arkansas on September 4, 1862. Joseph Sutton was married to Melinda Inman, daughter of Nathanial Inman and Elizabeth Criswell-Inman, on March 1, 1860.
On the 20th day of January, 1859, Narcissa Marassa Inman, another of Nathanial's daughters, wed Hillory John Arnett in Iron, County, Missouri. On August 12, 1862 Hillory J. Arnett joined the 29th Regiment, Missouri Infantry as a Wagoner. I suppose he wasn't very pleased with his career choice. On January 23, 1863, while the River Boat, L. M. Kennett was taking on wood at McGee Landing, Arkansas he jumped ship and proceeded to make his way back to Iron County. His Yankee days were done.