If anyone is using The Appomattox Parolees: April 9-15, 1865 by William G. Nine and Ronald G. Wilson, be aware that there are mistakes common to all transcriptions and using multiple sources. Not so much their fault as they were transcribing from the records they had access to. However, I have caught at least one name showing up twice under two units that were actually one, just named different. Also, there are omissions to the listing.
To the authors’ credit, though, are the lists of corrections in the back, and also a list of additions, and they extend the offer of more corrections/additions if there is documentation.
And one more caution: many Confederates gave the name they went by (good for preferred name on WT profiles), so look under more than one name. Example, my uncle by marriage, William Franklin West, is found under Frank West. Also look for misspellings due to difficult to read handwriting. Example: J. P. Underwood in this book is actually Jacob Sidney or James William, brothers, Their brother, (Gideon in his first census, Jedon (a variant) by common usage) is listed as Jedrow.
But, we genealogists understand about using transcriptions, don’t we? :-)