Between "The Forgotten Men", "More Forgotten Men", and "Sterling Price's Lieutenants" I found 10 of the above names with relative certainty. (Two used alternate initials or spelling, but both were also listed in the CSR as belonging to Bledsoe's battery, hence a match.) The two "Forgotten Men" books have about 11,000 unique names of MSG soldiers & officers. This is probably well less than half of those who actually served with the MSG at some point, perhaps a third or less. So it is reasonable to extrapolate that most of the Bledsoe casualty list unaccounted were from Missouri as well.
(There were several potential partial matches of low level officers not included in my tally because it seems unlikely they would have ended up as enlisted men later.)