His company muster roll for December 31, 1862 records him absent, having been captured October 30, 1862, and subsequently paroled.
This time period being so short, I would believe he would have been soon sent to a Northern prison from which he was shortly transported by steam boat to Vicksburg , Miss.to the Exchange camp, paroled and released.
Records do not contain any more data as to his subsequent service.
J. A. Johnson, Private, Company D, 11th Texas Cavalry (Young’s Regiment, 3rd Texas Cavalry)
Enlisted October 2, 1861 at Camp Reeves, Texas for 12 months, on Horse Detail December 7, 1861
Captured at Richmond, Ky. August 30, 1862
POW, Shipped by Provost Marshall of Lexington, Ky., to Louisville, Ky. November 3, 1862
Recorded on his companies muster roll of December 31, 1862 as
Absent Taken prisoner at Lexington/Richmond , Ky. and paroled
Compiled Service Records of Confederate Soldiers Who Served in Organizations from the State of Texas