30th Regiment/Battalion Volunteer Infantry

[also known as Sumter Regiment Infantry]

 

 

[Companies   F&S   A   B   C   D     F   G   H   I   K  ?]

 

From Sifakis, Compendium of C.S. Armies: Louisiana, 116-18:

30th Regiment

Organization: Organized in state service at New Orleans in December 1861. Mustered into state service at New Orleans on December 17, 1861. Transferred to Confederate service for 90 days on March 1, 1862. Part of the regiment surrendered at New Orleans on April 26, 1862. Reorganized with ten companies at Camp Moore on May 15, 1862. Reduced to a battalion of seven companies on March 4, 1863.

First Commander: Gustavus A. BREAUX, COL [dropped February 1863]

Field Officers: Charles J. Bell, MAJ; Thomas Shields, LTC

Assignments: Department #1 (Dec 61-May 62); Port Hudson, Department #1 (Apr-Jun 62); Department of Southern Mississippi and East Louisiana (Jun-Jul 62); 1st Sub-district, District of the Mississippi, Department #2 (Jul-Oct 62); Allen’s Brigade, Ruggles’ Division, Breckinridge’s Command, District of the Mississippi, Department #2 [battalion] (Aug 62); Department of Mississippi and East Louisiana (Oct 62); 3rd Military District, Department of Mississippi and East Louisiana (Oct-Dec 62); Maxey’s Brigade, 3rd Military District, Department of Mississippi and East Louisiana (Dec 62-Mar 63)

Battles: New Orleans (April 18-25, 1862); Baton Rouge [battalion] (August 5, 1862)

30th Battalion

Organization: Organized by the reduction of the 30th Infantry Regiment to a battalion of seven companies on March 4, 1863. Detachment surrendered at Port Hudson, Louisiana on July 8, 1863. Paroled in July 1863. Field consolidation with the 4th and 13th Infantry Regiments from March 10 to May 4, 1865. Surrendered by Lieutenant General Richard Taylor, commanding the Department of Alabama, Mississippi, and East Louisiana, at Citronelle, Alabama on May 4, 1865.

First Commander: Thomas Shield, LTC [killed July 28, 1864]

Field Officers: Charles J. Bell, MAJ [killed July 28, 1864]; Arthur Picolet, MAJ

Assignments: Maxey’s Brigade, 3rd Military District, Department of Mississippi and East Louisiana (Mar-May 63); Miles’ Brigade, 3rd Military District, Department of Mississippi and East Louisiana [detachment] (May-Jul 63); Maxey’s Brigade, Loring’s Division, Department of the West [battalion] (May-Jun 63); Maxey’s Brigade, French’s Division, Department of the West [battalion] (Jun-Jul 63); Maxey’s Brigade, French’s Division, Department of Mississippi and East Louisiana [battalion] (Jul-Aug 63); Cantey’s Brigade, Department of the Gulf (Sep-Nov 63); Quarles’ Brigade, Breckinridge’s Division, 2nd Corps, Army of Tennessee (Nov 63-Jan 64); Quarles’ Brigade, Department of the Gulf (Feb-Apr 64); Quarles’ Brigade, District of the Gulf, Department of Alabama, Mississippi, and East Louisiana (Apr-May 64); Quarles’ Brigade, Walthall’s Division, Army of Mississippi (Jun 64); Gibson’s Brigade, Stewart’s-Clayton’s Division, 2nd Corps, Army of Tennessee (Jun 64-Feb 65); Gibson’s Brigade, District of the Gulf, Department of Alabama, Mississippi, and East Louisiana (Feb-Apr 65); Gibson’s Brigade, Department of Alabama, Mississippi, and East Louisiana (Apr-May 65)

Battles: Vicksburg Campaign (May-July 1863); Port Hudson Siege [detachment] (May-July 1863); Jackson Siege (July 10-17, 1863); Atlanta Campaign (May-September 1864); New Hope Church (May 25-June 4, 1864); Atlanta (July 22, 1864); Ezra Church (July 28, 1864); Atlanta Siege (July-September 1864); Jonesboro (August 31-September 1, 1864); Nashville (December 15-16, 1864); Mobile (March 17-April 12, 1865); Spanish Fort (March 27-April 8, 1865)

 

From Bergeron, LA Confed. Units, 142, 169-70:

30th Regiment

"This regiment was organized at Camp Moore on May 15, 1862, with 804 men. The unit had originally been mustered into state service in New Orleans on December 17, 1861, as the Sumter Regiment and was transferred to Confederate service for ninety days on March 1, 1862. Upon the evacuation of New Orleans, April 25, three and a half companies remained in the city and were captured. The other six and a half companies went to Camp Moore. There General Mansfield Lovell added four new companies to bring the unit back to regimental strength. Company K went home on furlough and never returned, since the enemy controlled that portion of the state. The regiment remained at Camp Moore until August 5, when it participated in the Battle of Baton Rouge. In that battle, 58 men of the regiment were killed, wounded, or missing. The remaining men marched to Port Hudson after the battle and became part of the garrison there. They did outpost and picket duty and helped construct the entrenchments in the area. In February, 1863, the War Department ordered the reduction of the regiment to a battalion of seven companies. On March 4, Companies H and I were disbanded and the men were distributed among the other companies. The new 30th Louisiana Battalion retained the regiment’s number, and records frequently call it the 30th Louisiana Regiment."

30th Battalion

"This battalion was formed at Port Hudson on March 4, 1863, when two companies of the 30th Louisiana Infantry Regiment were disbanded and their men distributed among the remaining seven companies. Frequently, the records refer to the battalion as a regiment. The battalion occupied part of the entrenchments at Port Hudson until May 6, when it marched with General Samuel B. Maxey’s brigade to Jackson, Mississippi. A small detachment of the battalion remained at Port Hudson and served there during the siege, May 23-July 9, on the right wing of the Confederate defenses. The battalion participated in the Siege of Jackson, July 6-17, and retreated with General Joseph E. Johnston’s army to Morton. In August, the men received orders to report at Mobile, Alabama, and they served in the garrison there until November. At that time, the battalion went to Dalton, Georgia, to reinforce the Army of Tennessee, which had just retreated from Chattanooga. The battalion returned to Mobile after a couple of months and garrisoned Fort Gaines at the mouth of Mobile Bay. On May 21, 1864, the battalion received orders to report to the Army of Tennessee and joined it at New Hope Church. The men became part of General Randall L. Gibson’s Louisiana brigade in July. They fought at Atlanta, July 22, and at Ezra Church, July 28. In the latter battle, the enemy captured the battalion’s flag, and nearly three-fourths of the men were killed or wounded. The battalion went with the army on its invasion of Tennessee, and most of the remaining men became prisoners at the Battle of Nashville, December 17. In February, 1865, the remnants of the battalion were consolidated with the 4th and 13th Louisiana regiments and the 14th Louisiana Battalion. The consolidated unit fought in the Siege of Spanish Fort near Mobile, Alabama, March 27-April 8. When it surrendered at Meridian, Mississippi, on May 8, 1865, only 59 officers and enlisted men of the battalion were still present for duty."

 

From Bergeron, LA Confed. Units, 181:

"In the early months of 1862 (February-April), Governor Thomas O. Moore arranged with Major General Mansfield Lovell to transfer three brigades of militiamen to Confederate service.  Lovell accepted the eleven regiments and two battalions of 'Volunteer State Troops' for the defense of New Orleans.  It appears, however, that Lovell had few, if any, of the men formally mustered into regular Confederate service.  Most of the men went into camps around the city for drill and discipline.  Napier Bartlett's Military Record of Louisiana places the strength of the three brigades at 9,113 men, but they probably had no more than half that number ready for active duty.  Lovell ordered the Chalmette Regiment to the Quarantine Station, six miles upriver from Fort St. Philip, to guard the rear of that bastion.  Bartlett gives the following account of the fate of these units: 'When the gunboats [of Union Flag Officer David G. Farragut] passed the forts [Jackson and St. Phillip] and Lovell carried off all transportation, [the regiments] were disbanded by Gen. [E. L.] Tracy.'  Farragut's vessels captured and paroled all of the men of the Chalmette Regiment at the Quarantine Station on April 24.  Many of the officers and enlisted men of the other units escaped the city before it surrendered and accompanied Lovell's regulars to Camp Moore.  Only one unit, the Sumter Regiment, maintained its organization; and it later became the nucleus for the 30th Louisiana Infantry Regiment.  Bartlett's account goes on to say, 'When [General Benjamin F.] Butler arrived, the officers and men [in New Orleans] were arrested as prisoners of war, paroled, and those who did not take the oath, were exchanged on the 8th of October following, being delivered at Vicksburg.'  While the majority of these 'Volunteer State Troops' took the oath, a number did find their way into Louisiana units on active duty in the Vicksburg area."

 

CSRC, M320, rolls 356-361

 

ROSTER

 

Field & Staff

 

xBREAUX, Gustave Arvillien. COL.  Born 1828.  Listed also as in companies F, G, & I, this unit, as CPT.  Elected COL 30th Regiment Infantry, 1 Mar 62, age 34.  Regiment reduced to battalion of 7 companies by order of Secretary of War, Feb 63; no COL allowed for battalion, so he resigned & returned to New Orleans.  Took oath of allegiance to U.S. government, 16 Jun 63.  End-of-war POW paroled Washington, 16 Jun 65.  Died 1910, age 82.  //  Booth, LA Confed. Soldiers, 2:101.  Krick, Lee's Colonels, 366; source for birth & death years.  Richey, Tirailleurs, 171; source for his resignation & oath of allegiance.  //   Served also in Company I, Confederate Guards Regiment Volunteer State Troops Militia Infantry as CPT.

EXNICIOS, John P. Sgt.Maj. From Company E, this unit.  //  CSRC, Index.

KNOBLOCH, Adolphe. Musc.  See also Company H, this unit.  //  CSR, Index.

LEGENDRE, Ed. Musc.  //  CSRC, Index.

4  F&S, 30th Inf.

Individuals from non-Cajun families, CSRC Index

AIKMAN, James. Band Musc.

 

Company A (Algiers Guards, Trepagnier’s) [also elements of Company D, Orleans Guard Battalion Infantry]

Orleans

 

ADAMS, George. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

ALLEMAND, O. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

xANGELLE, J. B. Pvt.  Transferred from "O. G." [Company D, Orleans Guard Battalion Infantry], 30 May 62.  In "Clinton Hosp." 31 Aug-31 Oct 62.  Present Nov-Dec 62.  Absent May-Aug 63, detached service "at Attakapas" (probably St. Martin Parish).  AWOL Sep-Oct 63.  POW, Port Hudson, 18 Apr 64.  AWOL, "Date Unknown," 1 Nov 64-28 Feb 65.  No further record in Booth.  Also Company D, this unit.  Buried St. Joseph Catholic Cemetery, Cecilia; his UCV gravemarker calls him J. B. Angeles, the same name used in Booth for his service in this unit.  //  Booth, LA Confed. Soldiers, 1:67: J. B. Angeles, J. B. ANGELLE; places him also in Company D, this unit.   CSRC, Index: J. B. ANGELLE; says nothing of service in Company D, this unit.  //  Also Conscript, St. Martin Parish.  //  [photo]

BARRAS, Alexandre. Pvt.  Buried St. Michaels Catholic Cemetery, St. Martinville.  //  CSR, Index: A. BARRAS.  //  [photo]

BARRAS, Vincedt. Pvt.  //  Bartlett, Military Record of LA, 14: Vincedt BARRAS.  Booth, La. Confed. Soldier, 1:128: A. BARRAS; says he served also in Company D, this regiment.  CSRC, Index: V. BARRAS.  //  Served also in Company D, Orleans Guard Battalion Infantry.

*BLANCHARD, Ducatell [D.]. Cpl. See Company G, this unit.

BORNE, Felix. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

xBREAUX, C. Pvt. En. 11 Mar 62, New Orleans. May-Jun 63: Abs. sick at Port Hudson. [NER.] POW cap. & prl. Port Hudson, [?] Jul 63. Sep 63-late Feb 65: Abs. [NFR.] (B1:100b)  //  Served also in Co. D, Orleans Gd. Bn. Inf.

CAILLIER, C. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

CAILLIER, N. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

COMEAUX [Comeau, Commeau], Henry [H.]. Pvt. En. 11 Mar 62, New Orleans. To late Aug 62: Abs. Trfr. fr O.G.[Co. D, Orleans Gd. Bn. Inf], 30 May 62. Sick at Magnolia. Aug 62-Jun 63: Abs., in Attakapas on sick furl. Pres. Jul 63-Apr 64. Nov 64-late Feb 65: AWOL. Wd. 28 Jul 6[?]. (So on roll.) [NFR.] (B1:399) 

DASPIT, Felix. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.  //  Same F.D. as in Company A, 1st (Dreux's/Rightor's) Battalion Infantry?

DAVID, A. Pvt. En. 1 Jan 63, Port Hudson. [Conscript?] Pres. to Apr 64. [NER.] Nov 64-late Feb 65: Abs. sick in hosp., Mobile, n.d. [NFR.] (B1:543)

*DAVID, Ed. Sgt. [En. n.d.,n.p.] POW cap. nr. Nashville, TN, 15 Dec 64. Sent to Camp Douglas, IL, [n.d.]. Rel. [Camp Douglas?], 1 May 65. [NER.] (B1:543)

*DAVID, Ell [E. M., L., Leon]. Pvt. Res. Pointe Coupee Par. Cmplx. dark. Hair black. Eyes gray. 5’ 10". En. 1 Jan 63, Port Hudson. [Conscript?] Pres. to Apr 64. POW cap. Nashville, TN, 16 Dec 64. Rcd. Mil. Prison, Louisville, KY, 21 Dec 64. Fwd. Camp Douglas, IL, 24 Dec 64. Name appears as signature to oath of alleg., 16 May 65. (B1:544)

DAVID, L. Pvt. En. 11 Mar 62, New Orleans. Pres. late Aug 62-Jun 63. Jul-Aug 63: Abs. in Atakapas on furl. Sep 63-late Feb 65: AWOL, date unknown. [NFR.] (B1:545)

*DAVID [Davis], Pierre [Peter, P.]. Pvt. Res. Waterloo, Pointe Coupee Par. Cmplx. dark. Hair dark. Eyes hazel. 5’ 6 ¾". Age 39. En. 1 Jan 63, Port Hudson. [Conscript?] Pres. to Apr 64. POW cap. Atlanta, GA, 5 Aug 64. Fwd. to Mil. Prison, Louisville, KY, 12 Aug 64. Sent to Camp Chase, OH, 13 Aug 64. Rel. on oath of alleg. by the President, 6 Jun 65. (B1:545)

DAVID, S. Pvt. En. 1 Jan 63, Port Hudson. [Conscript?] Pres. to Apr 64. Nov 64-late Feb 65: Abs. sick in hosp., Mobile, AL, date unknown. [NFR.] (B1:545)  Served also in Company D, Orleans Guard Battalion Infantry.

DEVILLIER, Luke. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

xDUGAS, D. Pvt. En. 11 Mar 62, New Orleans. Late Apr-late Aug 62: Abs. Trfr. fr O.G.[?], 30 May 62. Pres. late Aug-Dec 62. May-Jun 63: Abs. sick at Port Hudson. Cap. Port Hudson, [n.d.]. Jul-Oct 63: Abs. Taken prisoner at Port Hudson. Mar-Apr 64: Des. [NFR.] (B1:702)

*DUPUIS [Depuis], Joseph C. [J. C.]. Pvt. Res. St. Martin Par. En. 11 Mar 62, New Orleans. Pres. to late Aug 62. Trfr. fr Orleans Guards [Co. D, Orleans Gd. Bn. Inf.], 30 May 62. Pres. late Aug 62-Apr 64. POW cap. Franklin, TN, [n.d.]. Sent to Mil. Prison, Louisville, KY, fr Nashville, TN, 20 Dec 64. Fwd. to Camp Douglas, IL, 22 Dec 64. Disch. 19 Jun 65. (B1:606)  Served also in the Orleans Gd. Regt. VST Mil. Inf.

xGAUTHIER, Anatole Martial. Pvt.  Transferred from "Orleans Grd." [Company D, Orleans Guard Battalion Infantry], 30 May 62.  Present to Dec 62.  On U.S. POW roll, no date, captured Pointe Coupee, 18 May 63, paroled Grant's Island, off Mobile, AL, 30 May 63.  Absent May-Aug 63, detached service "at Attakapas" (probably St. Martin Parish).  AWOL Sep 63-Feb 65, "date unknown."  No further record in Booth.   Died 1924, age 84.  Buried Greenwood Cemetery, Jennings.  //  Bartlett, Military Record of LA, 14: Anatole Gautier.  Booth, LA Confed. Soldiers, 2:988: Anatole GAUTHIER.  CSRC, Index: A. GAUTHIER.  Hébert, D., Southwest LA Records, 2C:337-38: Anatole GAUTHIER.  J.C. Gauthier, descendant, who provided his middle name.  //  Also recorded by Booth as an Unassigned Conscript.  //   Brother of Homer GAUTHIER of this company.  //  [photo]

xGAUTHIER, Xavier Homer. Pvt.  Called Homer or Omer.  Transferred from "Orleans Grds." [Company D, Orleans Guard Battalion Infantry], 30 May 62.  Absent sick, Magnolia, MS, May-Aug 62.  Present 31 Aug-Dec 62.  Absent, no reason given, Mar-Apr 63.  Captured & paroled  Port Hudson, Jul 63.  Absent to 31 Aug 63, detached service "in Attakapas" (probably St. Martin Parish).  AWOL Sep 63-Feb 65, "date unknown."  No further record in Booth.  //  Booth, LA Confed. Soldiers, 2:988-99: H. GAUTHIER.  CSRC, Index: H. GAUTHIER.   Hébert, D., Southwest LA Records, 4:207: Xavier Omer GAUTHIER.  //  Brother of A. M. GAUTHIER of this company.

GAUTREAUX, Aurelien. Pvt. En. 11 Mar 62, New Orleans. Apr-Aug 62: Abs. sick at Magnolia. Trfr. fr Orleans Guards [Co. D, Orleans Gd. Bn. Inf.], 30 May 62. Aug-late Oct 62: Clinton Hosp. Pres. Nov 62-Apr 64. [NFR.] (B1:990) Also Co. D, Orleans Gd. Bn. Inf.

GAUTREAUX [Gantreau, Gautreau], Destival [D.]. Pvt. En. 11 Mar 62, New Orleans. Pres. Aug 62-Jun 63. Jul-Aug 63: Abs. in hosp., [n.p.]. Pres. Sep-Oct 63. [NFR.] (B1:990) Also Co. D, Orleans Gd. Bn. Inf.

*GRAVOIS [Graves], Peter [P.].  Cpl.  Sgt.  Res. New Orleans[?].  En. 23 Feb 62, New Orleans.  Pres. Mar 62-Jun 63.  Jul-Aug 63:  Sick in hosp., [n.d.].  Pres. Sep 63-Apr 64.  Nov 64-Feb 65:  Abs.  POW, Nashville, 17 Dec 64.  POW cap. Nashville, TN, 17 Dec 64.  Sent to Mil. Prison, [Louisville?,] KY, 21 Dec 64.  Trfr. to Camp Douglas, IL, 24 Dec 64.  Disch. in accordance w/G. O. No. 109, A.G.O., Washington, DC, 6 Jun 65.  (B2:83)

*+GUIDRY, Joseph P. Pvt. En. 11 Mar 62, New Orleans. Trfr. fr Orleans Guard Batt., 30 May 62. Apr-Aug 62: Abs. sick Magnolia. Pres. Aug 62-Apr 64. Nov 64-Feb 65: Abs. POW, Atlanta, GA, 5 Aug 64. POW cap. nr. Atlanta, 5 Aug 64. Sent to Nashville, TN, 11 Aug 64. Rcd. Mil. Prison, Louisville, KY, 12 Aug 64. Fwd. to Camp Chase, OH, 14 Aug 64. D. of pneumonia, Camp Chase, 28 Jan 65. (B2:28, 126) Served also in Company A, 7th Battalion Infantry and Co. D, Orleans Gd. Bn. Inf.  

xGUIDRY, O. P. Pvt. En. 11 Mar 62, New Orleans. Trfr. fr Orleans Grd. [Co. D, Orleans Gd. Bn. Inf.], 30 May 62. Late Apr-Aug 62: Abs. Sick at Magnolia. Pres. Aug-Dec 62. May-Jun 63: Abs. sick at Port Hudson. Jul-Aug 63: Abs. Cap. Port Hudson. Jul 63-Apr 64: Abs. POW at Port Hudson. Nov 64-Feb 65: AWOL, date unknown. [NFR.] (B2:127) 

GUILBEAU, Charles. 4/3Sgt. 2LT. En. 11 Mar 62, New Orleans. Trfr. fr O.G. [Co. D, Orleans Gd. Bn. Inf.], 30 May 62. Pres. Apr-late Oct 62. Elected fr 4Sgt. to 3Sgt., 23 Oct 62. Pres. Nov-Dec 62. May-Jun 63: Abs. on det. svc., [n.p.]. Sep-Oct 63: Prm. 2LT, [?] Sep 63. [NFR.] (B2:128)

*GUILBEAU, G. C. Pvt. [En. n.d.,n.p.]. POW cap. Grand Point, 25 Oct 62. Rcd. Red River Landing, fr New Orleans, 22 Jul 64[sic], & exch. [NER/NFR.] (B2:128) Same G.C.G. as in 1st (Coppens') Battalion Zouaves Infantry?

*GUILBEAU [Gilbough], Joel. Pvt. Res. St. Martin [Par.]. Cmplx. dark. Hair dark. Eyes hazel. 5’ 6". En. 11 Mar 62, New Orleans. Trfr. fr Orleans Guards [Co. D, Orleans Gd. Bn. Inf.?], 30 May 62. Apr-Aug 62: Abs. sick at Magnolia. Pres. Aug 62-Apr 64. Dec 64-Feb 65: Abs. POW Nashville, TN, 17 Dec 64. POW cap. Franklin, TN, 17 Dec 64. Sent to Nashville, 20 Dec 64. Trfr. to Mil. Prison, Louisville, KY, 2 Jan 65. Fwd. to Camp Chase, OH, 4 Jan 65. Rel. on oath, 12 Jun 65. (B2:19) Same J.G. as Co. D, Orleans Gd. Bn. Inf.?

GUILLOT [Guilliot, Guillott], F. H. Pvt. Res. Algiers. En. 23 Feb 62, Algiers. Des. Kenner, 1 May 62. POW prl. Meridian, MS, 12 May 65. [NER.] (B2:130, 134)

GUILLOT, H. F. Pvt. Res. Algiers. En. 1 Jan 64, Mobile, AL. [Conscript?] Pres. Mar-Apr 64. Nov 64-Feb 65: Abs. sick in hosp., Mobile, 12 Feb 65. Pres. late Feb 65. POW prl. Meridian, MS, 14 May 65. (B2:133)

GUILLOT, Johanny. Sgt. En. 18 Mar 62, New Orleans. Pres. to Aug 62. Sep-Dec 62: Abs. sick in hosp., Magnolia. [NFR.] (B2:133)

*GUILLOT, John. J. Pvt. En. 10 Oct 62, Port Hudson [having des. fr Co. D, 22nd (Patton’s 21st) Regt. Inf. at Baton Rouge, 9 Oct 62]. Pres. to Apr 64. Nov-Feb 65: Abs. POW, 5 Aug 64 [nr. Atlanta, GA?]. Trfr. to Nashville, TN, 11 Aug 64. Trfr. to Mil. Prison, Louisville, KY, 12 Aug 64. Fwd. to Camp Chase, OH, 14 Aug 64. Prl. Camp Chase, 12 Feb 65. Exch. Boulwares & Coxes Wharf, James River, VA, 20-21 Feb 65. [NFR.] (B2:133) 

*HENRY, Belizer. Pvt. Res. West Baton Rouge [Par.]. En. 11 Mar 62, New Orleans. Trfr. fr O.G. [Co. D, Orleans Gd. Bn. Inf.?], 23 May 62. Pres. Apr 62-Apr 64. Nov 64-Feb 65: Abs. POW, 5 Aug 64, Atlanta, GA. POW cap. nr. Atlanta, 5 Aug 64. Sent to Mil. Prison, [Louisville?], KY, 12 Aug 64. Trfr. to Camp Chase, OH, 14 Aug 64. Remarks: Rel. by order of the President, 6 Jun 65. Took oath, Camp Chase, 11 Jun 65. (B2:272)

HOTARD, A. E. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

HOTARD, O. M. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

HYMEL, A. S. Sgt.  //  CSRC, Index.

HYMEL, Louis. Cpl.  Also Company F this unit.  //  CSRC, Index.

LANDRY, C. Pvt. En. 11 Mar 62, New Orleans. Trfr. fr O.G. [Co. D, Orleans Gd. Bn. Inf.], 30 May 62. Pres. late Apr-Dec 62. May-Jun 63: Abs. sick at Port Hudson. [NFR.] (B2:639) 

*LANDRY, Numa. Pvt. Res. St. Martin Par. En. 11 Mar 62, New Orleans. Trfr. fr O.G. [Co. D, Orleans Gd. Bn. Inf.], 30 May 62. Pres. late Apr 62-Apr 64. POW cap. nr. Franklin, TN, 17 Dec 64. Sent to Mil. Prison, Louisville, KY, fr Nashville, TN, 20 Dec 64. Rcd. Camp Douglas, IL, 22 Dec 64. Nov 64-late Feb 65: Abs. POW, Nashville, TN, 17 Dec 64. Disch. [Camp Douglas?], 19 Jun 65. (B2:644) 

*LANDRY, Uria. Pvt. [En. n.d.,n.p.] POW Nashville, TN, 17 Dec 64. Cap. nr. Franklin, TN, 17 Dec 64. [NER/NFR.] (B2:647)

LAPEYROUSE, E. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index: E. Laperuse.

+LE BLANC, A. Pvt. En. 11 Mar 62, New Orleans. Trfr. fr O.G. [Company D, Orleans Guard Battalion Infantry], 30 May 62. D. Camp Moore, 14 Jul 62. (B2:689)  //  Same A.L. as in Orleans Guard Battery?

LE BLANC, Edmond. Pvt. [En. n.d.,n.p.] Late Apr-late Aug 62: Abs. Trfr. fr O.G. [Co. D, Orleans Gd. Bn. Inf.], 30 May 62. Sick at Magnolia. Late Aug-Dec 62: Abs., sick furl., Attakapas. [NER/NFR.] (B2:692)  //   Served also in Company D, Orleans Guard Battalion Infantry as 1Cpl.  Same E.L. as in Companies A & E, Orleans Guard Regiment Volunteer State Troops Militia Infantry, or Company A, 7th Battalion Infantry?

LEJEUNE, T. Pvt. En. 11 Mar 63[sic], New Orleans. May-Jun 63: Abs. in hosp., Clinton. Pres. Jul 63-late Feb 65. POW cap. Spanish Fort, AL, 8 Apr 65. Rcd. Ship Island, MS, 10 Apr 65. Trfr. to Vicksburg, 1 May 65. Prl. Camp Townsend [MS?], 6 May 65. (B2:720)

LORMAND, A. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index: A. Lormond.

LOUPE, U. Cpl.  //  CSRC, Index.

*PATIN, Alfred. Pvt.  //  Booth, La. Confed. Soldier, 3(2): 80: Alfred PATIN.  CSRC, Index: Alfred PATIN, Alfred Pattin.  //  Served also in Orleans Guard Regiment Volunteer State Troops Militia Infantry, & Company D, Orleans Guard Battalion Infantry.

RICHARD, N. Pvt. En. 23 Feb 6[2], Algiers. Mar-Apr 62: Disch., sick, 29 Apr 62. [NFR.] (B3:305)

ROGER, Louis Marcellus. Pvt. Cpl.  Transferred from Company D, Orleans Guard Battalion Infantry probably 20 May 62.  Pres. Aug-Dec 62. May-Jun 63: Abs. Det. svc., Port Hudson. POW prl. Port Hudson, [?] Jul 63. Pres. Aug 63-late Feb 65. To late Apr 65: Abs. WIA, Spanish Fort, AL, 2 Apr 65. Now in hosp., Lauderdale, MS. POW prl. Meridian, MS, 14 May 65.  After the War, he worked in the mercantile trade in Arnaudville, Breaux Bridge, & Abbeville.  Moved to St. Landry Parish, 1875, where he engaged in the mercantile business with brother Emile C. ROGER.  Married, age 42, Miss D. A. HINCKLEY of St. Landry Parish, Jul 1885.  A prominent Mason.  Died 1903, age 60.  Buried St. Peter Catholic Cemetery, Carencro.  //   Booth, LA Confed. Soldiers, 3(2):371: Louis ROGER.  CSRC, Index: Louis ROGER.  Perrin, SW LA, pt. 2:72: L. M.  ROGER.  Allen John Rogers & Edmond Rogers, family historians.  //  [photo]

ROUSSEL, J. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index: J. Roussell.

SMITH, D. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

SMITH, John. Pvt.   //  CSRC, Index.

xTHIBODEAUX, Nicholas [N.]. Pvt. En. 11 Mar 62, New Orleans. Pres. to late Aug 62. Trfr. fr O.G. [Company D, Orleans Guard Battalion Infantry], 30 May 62. To late Oct 6[2]: Abs., Clinton Hosp. Nov 62-Aug 63: Abs. in Attakapas on sick furl. Sep-Oct 63: AWOL. Mar-Apr 64: Des. [NFR.] (B3:803)  //  Same N.T. as Conscripts, St. Martin Parish?

THIBODEAUX, R. Pvt. En. 11 Mar 6[2], New Orleans. Late Apr-late Aug 62: Abs. sick, Magnolia, MS. Trfr. fr O.G. [Company D, Orleans Guard Battalion Infantry], 30 May 62. [NFR.] (B3:803) 

VERRET, A. Pvt.  Also Company F, this unit.  //  CSRC, Index.

WEBRE, Alcide. Musc.  N.C.O. staff.  Buried St. Bernard Catholic Cemetery, Breaux Bridge; his UCV grave marker calls him Alcide & places him in "CO. A ORLEANS LA. MIL."  //  CSRC, Index: A. WEBRE.  //  [photo]

WEBRE, Jules. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

ZIMMERMAN, Adam. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

61  Co. A, 30th Inf.

Individuals from non-Cajun families, CSRC Index

AIKMAN, Charles. Pvt. AMADORE, Joseph. Pvt.
2

 

Company B [remnants of Henry Clay Guards, St. James Guards (Lacoul’s [Lecoul’s, formerly 2nd Special Battalion Infantry], & Sumter Greys Companies. A & B, added to Lewis Guards] (Jones’s)

Orleans/St. James

 

ADAM, Adelard. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

ARMANT, T. V. Sgt.  //  CSRC, Index.

AUBERT, Ch. P. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

AUBERT, Cletus. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

AUBERT, Paul. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.  //  Served also in Company F, St. James Regiment Militia.

AUBERT, P. Paul. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

*BENOIT [Bennor], Ozeme [Ozame]. Pvt. See Company G, this unit.

BERNARD, Arist. C. [A. C.]. Sgt. En. 19 Mar 62, Thibodaux. Pres. to 4 Sep 62. Orderly Sgt. to May 62. Disch. for disabl., 25 Sep 62. POW prl. Falmouth, VA, 5 May 65[?!]. [NER.] (B1:175a)

BERNARD [Benard], Val [Valere]. Sgt. En. 19 Mar 62, Thibodaux. Late Apr-early Sep 62: Disch. for sickness, 2 Jun 62. POW cap. Labadieville, 27 Oct 62. Prl. Thibodaux, 11 Nov 62, or prl. Labadieville, 27 Oct 62. (B1:163a, 178a)

BOUDREAUX, Adrien. Pvt. En. 19 Mar 62, Thibodaux. Pres. to Sep 62. Sep-Oct 62: Abs. at hosp. in Clinton. Disch. 12 Dec 62. [NFR.] (B1:52b)

BOUDREAUX [Boudro], Charles Marie. Pvt. En. 19 Mar 62, Thibodaux. Pres. to Dec 62. May-Jun 63: Abs. sick. Was left in Port Hudson. Late Aug 63-late Feb 65: Abs. Taken POW at Port Hudson, [?] Jul 63. [NFR.] (B1:56b)

BOUDREAUX [Boudro], Emile. Pvt. Res. Lafourche Par. En. 19 Mar 62, Thibodaux. Late Apr-Sep 62: Des. Sep-Oct 62: Abs. at hosp., [n.p.]. Pres. Dec 62-Feb 65. Prl. Meridian, MS, 14 May 65. (B1:56b)

*BOUDREAUX, Gaspard. Pvt.  Res. Thibodaux. Cmplx. dark. Hair dark. Eyes dark. 5’ 9½". En. 19 Mar 62, Thibodaux. Pres. to Oct 62. Nov-Dec 62: At hosp. in LA. Pres. May 63-Apr 64. POW cap. nr. Atlanta, 5 Aug 64. Rcd. at Louisville Mil. Prison, KY, 12 Aug 64. Fwd. to Camp Chase, OH, 13 Aug 64. Rel on oath of alleg., Camp Chase, 11 Jun 65. (B1:53-4b)

+BOUDREAUX, Joseph. Pvt. En. 19 Mar 62, Thibodaux. Late Apr-Sep 62: AWOL. Pres. Sep-Oct 62. D. Clinton, 7 Dec 62. (B1:54b)

*BOUDREAUX, Louis. Pvt. En. 19 Mar 62, Thibodaux. Pres. thru Apr 64. POW cap. nr. Franklin, TN, 17 Dec 64. Sent to Mil. Prison, Louisville, KY, fr Nashville, TN, 20 Dec 64. Trfr. to Camp Douglas, IL, 22 Dec 64. Disch. [n.p.], 18 May 65. (B1:54b)

*BOUDREAUX, Marcel [Marcelin]. Pvt. Cpl. Res. Labadieville. Cmplx. dark. Hair black. Eyes black. 5’ 5½". Age 21. En. 19 Mar 62, Thibodaux. Pres. to Sep 62. Appt. Cpl. 22 May 62. Abs. at hosp., Clinton, Sep-Oct 62. Pres. Dec 62-Apr 64. POW cap. nr. Atlanta, GA, 5 Aug 64. Sent to Mil. Prison, Louisville, KY, fr Nashville, TN, 12 Aug 64. Fwd. to Camp Chase, OH, 14 Aug 64. Rel. on oath of alleg., [n.p.], 11 Jun 65. Also Co. G. (B1:54-5b)

xBOURG, Rosemon [Rosin]. Pvt. En. 19 Mar 62, Thibodaux. Late Apr-Oct 62: Des. [NFR.] (B1:61b)

+BOURGEOIS, Benjamin. Pvt. En. 18 Mar 62, Thibodaux. Pres. to Oct 62. D. 22 Dec 63, Clinton. [NER.] (B1:62b)

BOURGEOIS, Bernard. Pvt. CPT Lecoul’s Co. [St. James Guards] [En. n.d.,n.p.] On roll of 20 Mar 62, New Orleans. [NER/NFR.]. (B1:62b)

BOURGEOIS, L. M. Pvt. CPT Lecoul’s Co. [St. James Guards] [En. n.d.,n.p.] On roll of 20 Mar 62. [NER/NFR.]. (B1:63b)  //  Served also in Co. G, St. James Regt. Mil.

x*$BOURGEOIS, Octave. Pvt. En. 19 Mar 62, Thibodaux. Pres. to Apr 64. POW cap. nr. Nashville, TN, 16 Dec 64. Rcd. Mil. Prison, Louisville, KY, 22 Dec 64. Fwd. to Camp Chase, OH, 4 Jan 65. POW applying for oath of alleg., 16-31 Jan 65. En. in U.S. svc. & trfr. to Chicago, IL, 20 Mar 65. [NFR.] (B1:64b)

BOURGEOIS, Victor. Pvt. CPT Lecoul’s Co. [St. James Guards] [En. n.d.,n.p.] On roll of 20 Mar 62, New Orleans. [NER/NFR.]. (B1:64b)

BREAUX, J. A. [Jas. A., Jos. A.]. Pvt. See Company G, this unit.

CHAUVIN, Cheog. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

DELATTE, Florian. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index: Florian Deslattes.

DEROUSELLE, Valsin. Pvt.  Also companies F & I, this unit.  //  CSRC, Index.

DUFRENE, Jules. Pvt.   //  CSRC, Index.  //  Served also in Company F, St. James Regiment Militia.

DUFRENE, S. Pvt.   //  CSRC, Index: S. Dufresne.  

FALGOUT, Augustus. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index: Augustus Falgoust.

FALGOUT, Cherence. Pvt.   //  CSRC, Index: Cherence Falgoust.  //  Served also in Company G, St. James Regiment Militia

FALGOUT, Placide. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index: Placide Falgoust.  //  Served also in Company G, St. James Regiment Militia.  

FALGOUT, V. H. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index: V. H. Falgoust.

FOLSE, Alexandre. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

FOLSE, Gustave. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

FREDERICK, C. F. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

FREDERICK, Pierre. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.  //  Same P.F. as in Company F, St. James Regiment Militia?

GRAVOIS, Erneste [E.]. Cpl.  CPT Lecoul’s Co. [St. James Guards]  En. [n.d.,n.p.].  Mar 62:  Pres. or abs. not stated.  [NER/NFR.]  (B2:83)   //  Served also in Company G, St. James Regiment Militia.

GRAVOIS, Sylvester [S.]. Sgt.  CPT Lecoul’s Co. [St. James Guards]  En. [n.d.,n.p.].  Mar 62:  Pres. or abs. not stated. [NER/NFR.]  (B2:83)  //  Served also in Company G, St. James Regiment Militia.  

GREGOIRE, Eustache. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

HYMEL, Felicien. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index: Felecien HYMEL, Felicien HYMEL.  //  Served also in Company F, St. James Regiment Militia.

*LANDRY, Alex. D. [A. D.]. Pvt. See Company I, this unit.

LEVERT, Vileor. Pvt.  Also Company H, this unit.  //  CSRC, Index.

MARTIN, Michel. Pvt. [En. n.d.,n.p.] Roll of 20 Mar 62: To serve for 3 months fr this date & 6 months longer if necessary, w/in the state. [NFR.] (B2:896)

MILLER, Philippe. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

ORILLION, Joseph Hortaire. Pvt. Sgt.  See Company I, this unit.

ORTEGO, Gregoire. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index: G. Ortegus, Gregoire Ortegus.  //  Served also in Company G, St. James Regiment Militia.

OUBRE, Chilesmar. Cpl.  //  CSRC, Index.

OUBRE, Gilbert. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.  //  Served also in Company F, St. James Regiment Militia.

OUBRE, Henry. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index: Henry OUBRE, Hy. OUBRE.  // Served also in Company G, St. James Regiment Militia.

OUBRE, Ursin. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index: U. OUBRE, Ursin OUBRE.  // Served also in Company G, St. James Regiment Militia.

PETIT, C. L. Pvt.  Also Company I, this unit.  //  CSRC, Index.

RICHARD, Cheri. Sgt. Pvt. See Co. H, this unit. Also Co. G, this unit.  (B3:303)

ROME, Adrien. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.  //  Same A.R. as in Company G, St. James Regiment Militia?

ROME, Florestan. 1Sgt.  //  CSRC, Index.  //  Same F.R. as in Company K, 2nd Regiment Cavalry?

ROME, Laurent. 2LT.  //  CSRC, Index.  //  Same L.R. as in Company E, 18th Regiment Infantry, & Company B, Consolidated 18th Regiment & Yellow Jackets Battalion Infantry?

ROME, Lovincy. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index: Lovincy ROME, Lovinsky ROME.  //  Served also in Company F, St. James Regiment Militia, Company E, 18th Regiment Infantry, & Company B, Consolidated 18th Regiment & Yellow Jackets Battalion Infantry.

ROME, Vasseur. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

ROUSSEL, Prudent. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

SCHEXNAYDER, L. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index: L. Schexnaider.

SCHEXNAYDER, S. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index: S. Schexnaider.  //  Same S.S. as in Watson Battery?

SCHEXNAYDER, T. F. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index: T. F. Schexnaider.

SIMON, Pierre. Pvt. [En. n.d.,n.p.] On roll of 20 Mar 62. [NFR.] (B3:574)

TAYLOR, William. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

TULLIER, J. B. Pvt.  Also Company I, this unit.  //  CSRC, Index.

VILLENEUVE, A. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.  //  Same as A.V. in Company G?

WAGUESPACK, A. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

WAGUESPACK, Felix. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

WAGUESPACK, Florest. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

WAGUESPACK, T. B. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

WEBRE, Joseph. Sgt.  //  CSRC, Index.

ZERINGUE, Delphin. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.  //  Served also in Company F, St. James Regiment Militia.

ZERINGUE, Louis. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

72  Co. B, 30th Inf.

Individuals from non-Cajun families, CSRC Index

AIKMAN, James. Pvt. AIKMAN, Robert. Pvt. AMEDEE, Adolphe. Pvt. AMEDEE, Alfred. Pvt. AMEDEE, Justin. Pvt.
AMEDEE, Leonard. Musc. ANDRIN, Joseph. Musc.
7

 

Company C ([?] Henry Clay Guards or American Rifles, Morrison’s or Boyles’s)

Orleans

 

BARKER, A. Cpl.  See Company I, this unit.

BENZ, Andrew. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

CAPDEVILLE, J. B. Pvt.  See Company I, this unit.

CLEMENT, A. S. Sgt.  See Company I, this unit.

JOHNSON, Thomas J. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

RIVET, Joseph. Pvt. Musc. See Company. I, this unit.

6  Co. C, 30th Inf.

Individuals from non-Cajun families, CSRC Index

AIKMAN, James. Pvt. AIKMAN, Robert. Pvt. ALBEITZ, Charles. Pvt. ALLOPA, Victor. Pvt.
4

 

Company D (Valcour Aime Guards, Picolet’s)

Orleans

 

ADAMS, J. M. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

ANGELLE, J. B. Pvt.  See Company A, this unit.  //  [photo]

BARRAS, Aurelian. Pvt.  Buried St. Michaels Catholic Cemetery, St. Martinville.  //  Bartlett, Military Record of La., 14: Aurelian BARRAS.  Booth, La. Confed. Soldier, 1:128: A. BARRAS.  CSRC, Index:  A. BARRAS.  //  Served also in Company D, Orleans Guard Battalion Infantry.  //  [photo]

BARRAS, Vincent. Pvt.  Present at the funeral & reburial of LT L. Edmond LEBLANC, Company C, 8th Regiment Infantry, St. Martinville, 3 Aug 1889.  //  Bartlett, Military Record of La., 14: Vincedt BARRAS.  Booth, La. Confed. Soldier, 1:128: V. BARRAS; says he served in this company.  CSRC, Index: V. BARRAS; says he served in Company A, this regiment.  //  Served also in Company D, Orleans Guard Battalion Infantry.  //  Same V.B. as Conscript, St. Martin Parish?

BERNARD, E. Pvt. En. 23 Feb 62, Algiers. Pres. to Aug 63. Abs. sick, Sep-Oct 63. Pres. Mar 64-Feb 65. POW cap. Spanish Fort, AL, 8 Apr 65. Sent to Ship Island, MS, 10 Apr 65. Trfr to Vicksburg, MS, 1 May 65. Prl. Camp Townsend, [MS?], 6 May 65. (B1:176a) Also Co. D, Orleans Gd. Bn. Inf.

BROUSSARD, Jules [J.]. Pvt. En. 11 Mar 62, New Orleans. Late Apr-late Dec 62: Abs. Trfr. fr O.G.[Co. D, Orleans Gd. Bn. Inf.], 30 May 62. Sick at Magnolia, MS. [NFR.] (B1:135b)

CASTRO, _______. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

COMEAUX [Comeau], Louis [L.]. 3Cpl. Sgt. En. 11 Mar 62, New Orleans. Pres. to Dec 62. Trfr. fr O.G.[Co. D, Orleans Gd. Bn. Inf.], 30 May 62. May-Jun 63: Abs. on det. svc. in Attakapas. POW cap. Pointe Coupee, 18 May 63. POW confined, [n.p.], 19 May 63. POW sent down fr Baton Rouge, by MG Augur, rcd. & sent to prison, 21 May 63. Prl. Grant’s Island, off Mobile, AL, 30 May 63. Pres. Jul 63-Apr 64. [NFR.] (B1:398-9)

DICHARRY, Sosthine. Pvt.  See Company I, this unit.

DUPRE, Fcs. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index: Fcs. Dupree.

+DUPUY, Arthur. Sgt. En. 18 Mar 62, New Orleans. Pres. to late Apr 62. Late Aug 62-Jun 63: Abs. wd. in battle of Baton Rouge [5 Aug 62] & left there. Jul-late Oct 63: D. fr wds. rcd. Baton Rouge. (B1:727)

DURAND, Ernest. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

GARCIA, Marcelino. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

GUILBEAU, Tulin. Pvt. [En. n.d.,n.p.] POW cap. nr Grand Point, 28 Oct 6[?]. Sent to New Orleans, 11 Nov 6[?]. [NER/NFR.] (B2:128)

HAMILTON, Martin. Pvt.  See Company I, this unit.

xLANDRY, Joseph. Pvt. See Company I, this unit.

MARTIN, Eugene. Pvt. En. 18 Mar 62, New Orleans. Pres. late Apr 62-late Oct 63. Mar-Apr 64: AWOL. [NFR.] (B2:890)

MARTIN, Thomas. Pvt. [En. n.d.,n.p.] POW cap. Jackson, MS, [?] Jul 63. Sent to Snyder’s Bluff, MS, 30 Jul 63. Fwd. to Vicksburg, 31 Jul 63. [NFR.] (B2:899)

MILLER, Bernard. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

MILLER, W. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

NERAUT, Ernest F. Pvt. Also Company I, this unit.  //  CSRC, Index: Ernest F. Neraux.

PUJOL, James. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

*x$RICHARD, Francisco. Pvt. En. 18 Mar 62, New Orleans. Pres. to late Aug 62. On his way here [?] fr Camp Moore, by order of COL BREAUX. Pres. Sep-Oct 62. Sent to hosp., [n.p.], after making out this roll. Pres. Nov 62-Jun 63. POW cap. nr. Jackson, MS, 17 Jul 63. Rcd. Vicksburg, 31 Jul 63. Fwd. to Camp Morton, IN, 7 Aug 63. Roll, n.d.: POWs at Camp Morton who desire to take the oath of alleg. Conscripted 20 Mar 63[sic]. Wants to take the oath & remain N. A loyal man. Recommended. En. in U.S. svc., 22 Mar 65. [NFR.] (B3:304) 

RIVAS, Manuel. Sgt.  //  CSRC, Index.

*RIVET, Ernest. Pvt. See Company I, this unit.

RODRIGUEZ, Auguste. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

RODRIGUEZ, Jose. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

RODRIGUEZ, Juan Antonio. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

RODRIGUEZ, Thomas. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

ROMERO, L. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index: L. De ROMERO.

VILLANEUVA, Antonio. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

31  Co. D, 30th Inf.

Individuals from non-Cajun families, CSRC Index

ABAL, Jose. Pvt.
1

 

Company E (Pickett Cadets, Cushman’s)

Orleans

 

xBAILLE, Augustin. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.  //  Same A.B. as in Company F, 3rd Regiment (Garde Francaise), European Brigade Militia?

BERTEAU, Emile A. 1Sgt.  //  CSRC, Index: Emile A. Bertheaud.

CONSTANT, Octave. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

DANTIN, Jacques. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

DUPLESSIS, Augustus. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

EXNICIOS, John P. Pvt.  To Field & Staff, this unit.  //  CSRC, Index.

HEBERT, Jules. Pvt.  See Company I, this unit.  //  [photo]

*HEBERT, J. V. Pvt. En. 12 Mar 62, Plaquemine. Pres. Sep-Oct 62. Nov-Dec 62: Abs. sick in hosp., Jackson. Pres. May 63-Apr 64. Nov 64-Feb 65: Abs. POW. POW cap. Nashville, TN, 16 Dec 64. Rcd. Mil. Prison, Louisville, KY, 21 Dec 64. Trfr. to Camp Douglas, IL, 24 Dec 64. Rel. on oath, 20 Jun 65. (B2:248)

*HEBERT, Thomas. Pvt.  See Company I, this unit.

LANDRY, Francis. Pvt. En. 15 Apr 62, Camp Lewis. Pres. to Oct 63. Mar-Apr 64: Abs. on sick furl. on surg.’s certif. Apr 64: Sick at hosp., Mobile, AL. [NFR.] (B2:641)

*LANDRY, John H. [Jno. N., J. U.]. Jr2LT. Res. New Orleans. Cmplx. dark. Hair dark. Eyes gray. 5’ 6". Age 24. Entered C.S. svc., 17 May 62, [n.p.]. Elected 2LT, 17 May 62. En. 18 May 62, Camp Moore. Pres. Jul-Aug 62. Sep-Oct 62: Sick in hosp., Clinton. Nov-Dec 62: Abs. sick, [n.p.]. Pres. May 63-Apr 64. Nov 64-late Feb 65: Abs. POW, TN. POW cap. nr. Franklin, TN, 17 Dec 64. Rcd. Mil. Prison, Louisville, KY, fr Nashville, TN, 19 Dec 64. Trfr. to Johnson’s Island, OH, 20 Dec 64. Rel. on oath of alleg. to U.S., [Johnson’s Island?], 16 Jun 65. (B2:642)

LANDRY [Laudry], Murat. Pvt.  See Company I, this unit.

LEVEQUE, J. B. Pvt.  See Company F, this unit.

MARTIN, William P. Pvt. En. 24 Feb 6[2], New Orleans. May 62: Pres. or abs. not stated. Pres. Jul-Aug 62. Sep-Oct 62: Abs. sick, hosp., Clinton. Pres. Nov-Dec 62. May-Jun 63: Abs. sick, Port Hudson. POW prl. Port Hudson, [?] Jul 63. Pres. Aug-Oct 63. [NFR.] (B2:900)  //  Probably not Cajun.

MCGEE, Peter. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

POCHE, E. A. Cpl.  //  CSRC, Index.

POCHE, E. J. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

POCHE, John. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

ROTH, Joseph. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

SMITH, George. Cpl.  //  CSRC, Index.

SMITH, William A. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

WEBRE, Florian. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

WEBRE, G. Lucien. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

23  Co. E, 30th Inf.

Individuals from non-Cajun families, CSRC Index

ANDERSON, John. Pvt.
1

 

Company F (Orleans Guards, Fortin’s)

Orleans

 

ADAM, Pierre. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

ALBERT, J. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

*ARCENEAUX, Marcelin. Pvt.   Dark complexion.  Black hair.  Dark eyes.  5’ 7".  Living in Donaldsonville when he enlisted in Company F, 18 Mar 62, Camp Lewis.  Present to Jun 63.  Jul-Aug 63, deserted, no time or place of desertion given.  On U.S. POW rolls, captured near Jackson, MS, 4 or 17 or 18 Jul 63, forwarded to Snyder’s Bluff, MS, 30 Jul 63, received at Camp Morton, IN, 7 Aug 63, released on oath of allegiance to U.S. as per General Order No. 85, probably Camp Morton, 18 May 65.  Booth, 3(1):870, says "Sent to Camp Morton, Ind., ____.  Disposition unaccounted for."  //  Booth, La. Confed. Soldiers, 1:72, 80, 3(1):870: Marcelin Arcenaux, Marcelin Arsenaux, M. Marcenaud.  CSRC, Index: M. Arcenaux.

AUBERT, A. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.  //  Same A.A. as in Company E, Orleans Guard Regiment Louisiana Volunteer State Troops/Militia Infantry?

BAYHI, Anselme. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

BAYHI, Gus V. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

BAYHI, Jules. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

BERTHELOT, V. Pvt.   //  CSRC, Index: V. Berthelotte.

BLANC, Paul. Pvt.   //  CSRC, Index.  //  Served also in Company F, Orleans Guard Regiment, Volunteer State Troops Militia Infantry.

*BOURGEOIS, J. L. Pvt. En. 18 Mar 62, Camp Lewis. Pres. to Apr 64. POW cap. nr. Atlanta, 5 Aug 64. Sent to Mil. Prison, Louisville, KY, fr Nashville, TN, 12 Aug 64. Fwd. to Camp Chase, OH, 16 Aug 64. Prl. Camp Chase, 12 Feb 65. [NFR.] (B1:63b) Same J.L.B. as Co H, Ogden’s Regt. Cav.?

BREAUX, Gustave Arvillien. CPT.  See Field & Staff, this unit. 

*BREAUX [Braud], Pierre [P.]. Pvt. Res. Donaldsonville. Cmplx. light. Hair light. Eyes blue. 5’ 10". En. 18 Mar 62, Camp Lewis. Pres. to Jun 63. Jul-Aug 63: Des. 16 Jul 63 [?]. POW cap. nr. Jackson, MS, 4 Jul 63. Sent to Snyder’s Bluff, MS, 30 Jul 63. Rcd. Camp Morton, IN, 7 Aug 63. Rel. on oath of alleg., [Camp Morton?], 18 May 65. (B1:96b, 102b)

CANTRELLE, M. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

CARRIERE, E. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.  //  Same E.C. as in Company D, Orleans Guard Regiment Volunteer State Troops Militia Infantry?

DAVID, V. Pvt.  En. 4 Jul 63, Fort Morgan, [AL?]. Pres. Mar 64-Feb 65. [NFR.] (B1:545)  //  Served also in Company A, Orleans Guards Regiment, Volunteer State Troops Militia Infantry.  Same V.D. as in Holmes’ Batt.?

DECUIR, E. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

DEJEAN, Ed. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

DEROUSELLE, Valsin. Pvt.  See Company B, this regiment.  Also Company I, this regiment. 

DUGUE, George. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

DUPLESSIS, F. L. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

DUPRE, Emile. Pvt.   //  CSRC, Index.

DUPRE, Th. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index: Th. Dupree.

FONTENOT, Justin. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

GARCIA, A. E. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.  //  Served also in Companies B & F, Orleans Gd. Regt. VST Mil. Inf.  

GARCIA, M. E. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

GUERIN, Felix. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.  //  Same F.G. as in Company B, Orleans Guard Regiment, Volunteer State Troops Militia Infantry?

*HENRY, Paschal. Pvt. Res. New Orleans. [En. n.d.,n.p.] POW cap. Kenesaw Mountain, GA, 3 Jul 64. Fwd. to Mil. Prison, Louisville, KY, fr Nashville, TN, 13 Jul 64. Fwd. to Camp Douglas, IL, 16 Jul 64. Disch. [Camp Douglas?], 15 May 65. (B2:275-6)

HYMEL, Louis. Cpl.  See Company A, this unit.

LABARTHE, Numa. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.  //  Served also in Company E, Orleans Gd. Regt. VST Mil. Inf.

*xLABAUVE, Louis Fenelon. Pvt. Res. New Orleans. Cmplx. fair. Hair dark. Eyes blue. 5’ 6". En. 11 Mar 62, New Orleans. Pres. Mar 62-Apr 64. Nov 64-late Feb 6[5]: Abs. POW, 17 Dec 64. POW cap. nr. Nashville, TN, 16 Dec 64. Rcd. Mil. Prison, Louisville, KY, 21 Dec 64. Fwd. to Camp Douglas, IL, 24 Dec 64. On rolls of POWs applying for oath of alleg., Camp Douglas, [?] Apr 65. Remarks: Claims to have been loyal. En. thru false representation. Was cap. Desires to take oath of alleg. Rel. on oath, [Camp Douglas?], 17 May 65.  //   Booth, LA Confed. Soldiers, 3(1):605: F. LABAUVE, Fenelon LABAUVE, Louis F. LABAUVE.  //  Served also in Company C, Orleans Guard Battalion Infantry.

LACROIX, P. Numa. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

LANDRY [Laudry], Justin [T.]. Pvt. En. 18 Mar 62, Camp Lewis. Pres. Sep 62-Apr 64. [NFR.] (B2:671)

LAROSE, Jules. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.  //  Same J.L. as in Company A, Orleans Guard Regiment Volunteer State Troops Militia Infantry?

x*LE BLANC, Alfred. Pvt. Res. Donaldsonville, Ascension Par. Cmplx. florid. Hair dark. Eyes grey. 5’ 6". En. 18 Mar 62, Camp Lewis. Pres. to Jun 63. Jul-Aug 63: Des. 16 Jul 63. POW cap. nr. Jackson, [MS?], [?] Jul 63. Sent to Snyder’s Bluff, MS, 30 Jul 63. Rcd. Camp Morton, IN, 7 Aug 63. On roll of POWs, Camp Morton, who desire to take the oath of alleg. & give bond, [n.d.]. Bondsman, A. LE BLANC, Sr., Res. Terrebonne Par. Rel. on oath fr Camp Morton, 22 May 65. (B2:690)

x*LE BLANC, Emile. Pvt. Res. Donaldsonville, Ascension Par. Cmplx. dark. Hair black. Eyes black. 5’ 4". En. 18 Nov 62, Camp Lewis. [Conscript?] Pres. to Jun 63. Jul-Aug 63: Des. 16 Jul 63. POW cap. nr. Jackson, MS, [?] Jul 63. Sent to Snyder’s Bluff, MS, 30 Jul 63. Rcd. Camp Morton, IN, 7 Aug 63. On roll of POWs, Camp Morton, who desire to take the oath of alleg. & give bond, [n.d.]. Bondsman, A. LE BLANC, Sr., Res. Terrebonne Par. Rel. on oath of alleg. to U.S. fr Camp Morton, 22 May 65. (B2:692)

LE BLANC, J. A. Pvt. En. 6 Jun 63, Mobile, AL. Pres. to Apr 64. Apr 64: Abs. sick in hosp., Mobile. Nov 64-late Feb 65: Abs. Det. svc., Columbia, GA, n.d. [NFR.] (B2:694)

LEVEQUE, J. B. Pvt. Also Company E, this unit.  //  CSRC, Index.

LEVEQUE, J. D. Pvt. Also Company G, this unit.  //  CSRC, Index.

MATHERNE, A. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

MINVIELLE, C. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index: C. Minvieille.

NAQUIN, Cleophas. Pvt. Cpl. Sgt.  See Company H, this unit.

ORILLION, Jospeh Hortaire. Pvt. Sgt.  See Company I, this unit.

POCHE, A. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

PRUDHOMME, V. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

PUJOL, Victor. Sgt.  //  CSRC, Index: Victor Pujos.

ROBIN, E. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

ROCHE, J. J. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

ROME, Florian. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.  //  Served also in Gaudet's Co., St. James Regt. Mil.

TAUZIN, Ulysse. Sgt.  See Company G, this unit.  Also Company H, this unit.

TIRCUIT, N. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

TROSCLAIR, Aug. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

VERRET, A. Pvt.  See Company A, this unit.

VERRET, Edgar. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

VERRET, T. J. Pvt.   //  Bartlett, Military Record of La., 12: T. J. VERRET.  CSRC, Index: T. J. VERRET, T. J. Verrette.  //  Served also in Company K, Orleans Guard Regiment Volunteer State Troops Militia Infantry, & Company A, Orleans Guard Battalion Infantry.

VINCENT, J. L. Pvt. Res. New Orleans. En. 11 Mar 62, New Orleans. Pres. late Aug 62-Jun 63. Jul-Aug 63: Pres. or abs. not stated. Sep 63-Apr 64: Abs. on det. svc., Mobile, AL. Nov 64-late Feb 65: Abs. Det. on certif. of med. bd. w/MAJ H. Myers, Chief Ord. Officer, Mobile. POW detl. in Ord. Depot, Macon, MS. Prl. Columbus, MS, 18 May 65. (B3:937)  //  Served also in Company C, Orleans Guard Battalion Infantry.

VOISIN, A. D. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

ZERINGUE, B. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

ZERINGUE, Edward. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

ZERINGUE, Felix. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

ZERINGUE, Fortune. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

ZERINGUE, Joseph. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

61  Co. F, 30th Inf.

Individuals from non-Cajun families, CSRC Index

ALEXANDER, S. Pvt. ALLEN, Albert. Pvt.

ANDERMAN, Ernest. Pvt.

3

 

Company G (Stephens Guards, Becnel’s)

St. John the Baptist

 

BABIN, R. Pvt. En. 24 Sep 62, Port Hudson. Pres. to Feb 65. [NFR.] (B1:98a)

BARRE, Achille. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

*BENOIT [Bennor], Ozeme [Ozame]. Pvt. Res. Lafourche [Par.]. Cmplx. dark. Hair dark. Eyes hazel. 5’ 8". En. 19 Mar 62, Thibodaux. Pres. to Sep 62. Abs. at hosp., Clinton, Oct-Nov 62. Pres. Jan 63 thru Apr 64. POW cap. Nashville, TN, 16 Dec 64. Rcd. at Mil. Prison, Louisville, KY, fr Nashville, 22 Dec 64. Trfr. to Camp Chase, OH, 4 Jan 65. Rel. on oath of alleg., 13 May 65. Also Co. B. (B1:168a)

BLANCHARD, A. Pvt. Res. Iberville Par. En. 12 Mar 62, Plaquemine. Pres. to Apr 65. Prl. Meridian, MS, 14 May 65. (B1:4b)

*BLANCHARD, Ducatell [D.]. Pvt. Cpl. Res. Algiers. En. 12 Mar 62, Plaquemine. Pres. to Aug 63. Thru Oct 63: Abs. sick in hosp., Marion, AL. Mar-Apr 64: Abs. sick in hosp., Mobile, AL. POW cap. Nashville, TN, 16 Dec 64. Rcd. at Mil. Prison, Louisville, KY, 21 Dec 64. Fwd. to Camp Douglas, IL, 24 Dec 64. Fwd. to New Orleans fr exch., 4 May 65. Prl. as Cpl., Co. A, Meridian, MS, 12 May 65. (B1:5b) Same D.B. as Co. B, 11th Regt. Inf.?

BLANCHARD, Earnest. Pvt. En. 12 Mar 62, Plaquemine. Pres. to Apr 64. Nov 64 thru Feb 65: Abs. sick at hosp., Montgomery [AL], n.d. POW cap. nr. Benton, AL, 10 Apr 65. Trfr. to "Lt. Urie," 13 Apr 65. [NFR.] (B1:5b)

BOUDREAUX [Bondro], E. Pvt. Res. Lafourche [Par.]. [En. n.d.,n.p.] POW prl. Meridian, MS, 12 May 65. [NER.] (B1:32b)

BOUDREAUX, Marcel [Marcelin]. Pvt. See Company B, this unit.

BOUGERE, Achille D. 2LT.  //  CSRC, Index: Achille D. BOUGERE, A. D. BOUGERE.  //  Also served on General Staff as Sgt.Maj.

xBOURGEOIS, J. Baptiste. Pvt. En. 10 Apr 62, New Orleans. AWOL in enemy’s lines, May-Aug 63. Drp. fr rolls, 27 Aug 63. [NFR.] (B1:63b)

BOYER, Emile. Sgt.  //  CSRC, Index.

BREAUX, Gustave Arvillien. CPT.  See Field & Staff, this unit.

*BREAUX, Joseph Arsène. Pvt.  Born 18 Feb 1838, Bayou Goula.  Baptized 10 Nov 1838, St. Gabriel Catholic Church, St. Gabriel.  Son of Jean Baptiste BREAUX & his second wife Marguerite WALSH.  B. A. degree, Georgetown College, KY.  Law degree, University of Louisiana (now Tulane University).  Res. Bayou Goula.  Cmplx. dark. Hair dark. Eyes hazel. 5’ 6". Age 30.  Married, age 22, Eugenia M. MILLE, daughter of Thomas MILLE & Pauline DUPUY, St. Jean the Evangelist Catholic Church, Plaquemine, 29 Apr 1861. En. 24 Sep 62, Plaquemine. Pres. to Apr 64. POW cap. Big Shanty, [GA], 15 Jun 64. Sent to Mil Prison, Louisville, KY, fr Nashville, TN, 22 Jun 64. Rcd. Rock Island Barracks, IL, 24 Jun 64. Rel. on oath of alleg. to U.S., 21 Jun 65. Also served in Company B of this unit.  Appointed associate justice of the Louisiana State Supreme Court, 1890, & chief justice, 1904-14.  //  Booth, LA Confed. Soldiers, 2:101:  J. A. BREAUX, Jas. A. BREAUX, Jos. A. BREAUX.  BRDR, 5(rev.):112:  Joseph Arsène BRAUD, 9:95:  Joseph A. BRAUD.  DLB, p. 106: Joseph Arsène BREAUX.  //  DLB, citing Arthur W. Bergeron, Jr., claims that Joseph A. served as a captain in the 30th Regiment, as "private and orderly sergeant" in the 2nd Regiment Louisiana Cavalry, & as "lieutenant and adjutant" in the 8th Louisiana Regiment Cavalry, but C.S. records do not support this. 

BREAUX [Braud], O. Pvt. Res. Iberville. En. 24 Sep 62, Port Hudson. Pres. to Apr 65. Prl. Monroe, 14 May 65. (B1:102b)

BREAUX [Brou], Theodule. Pvt. En. 10 Apr 62, New Orleans. Pres. to Dec 62. POW cap. & prl. Port Hudson, 4 Jul 63. Aug 63-Feb 65: Abs. [NFR.] (B1:132b)

CHAIX, Edmond. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

CHAMPAGNE, Charles. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index; says he also was in Company H of this unit, a fact not found in Booth.

CHAMPAGNE, Emelien. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

CHAMPAGNE, Florestan. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

CHAMPAGNE, Oscar. Cpl.  //  CSRC, Index.

CHAMPAGNE, Rosemon. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

CHIASSON [Chiassan], Eugene. Pvt. See Company H, this unit.

CLEMENT, Arsene. Pvt.  Also Company H, this unit.  //  CSRC, Index.  

DELHOMME, Jacques. Pvt.  Not in Bartlett or Booth for this unit.  //  CSRC, Index.  //  Served also in Company D, Orleans Guard Battalion Infantry.  Same J.D. as Unassigned Concripts?   

FAUCHEUX, Clairfaix. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

*GUIDRY [Guedry], Adam. Pvt. [En. n.d.,n.p.] POW cap. Jonesboro, GA, 31 Aug 64. Trfr. to Camp Douglas, IL, fr Louisville, KY, 31 Oct 64. [NER/NFR.] (B2:119)

HAYDEL, Barthelemy. 1LT.  //  CSRC, Index.

HAYDEL, Ernest. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

HAYDEL, J. B. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

HAYDEL, Valcour. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

HYMEL, Adam. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

HYMEL, Edgard. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

HYMEL, Seraphin. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index: Seraphim HYMEL, Seraphin HYMEL.  //  Served also in Company F, St. James Regt. Mil.

HYMEL, Victor. Cpl.  //  CSRC, Index.

+LANDRY, P. O. Pvt. En. 12 Mar 62, Plaquemine. D. in Iberville Par., 12 Jul 62. (B2:645)

LEVEQUE, J. D. Pvt, See Company F, this unit.

LEVERT, Edward. Pvt.  Also Company H, this unit.  //  CSRC, Index.

MORVANT, Arsene. Pvt.  Also Company H, this unit.  //  CSRC, Index.

NAQUIN, Cleophas. Pvt. Cpl. Sgt. See Company H, this unit.

OUBRE, Aristide. Sgt.  //  CSRC, Index.

PERRET, Ernest. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

POTIER [Portier], Trasimon. Pvt. See Company H, this unit.

RICHARD, Cheri. Sgt. Pvt. See Company H, this unit.  Also Company B, this unit.

RIVIERE, Lange. Pvt.  Also Company H, this unit.  //  CSRC, Index.

RODRIGUE, Edgar. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

RODRIGUE, Faustin. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

RODRIGUE, Honorat. Sgt.  //  CSRC, Index.

RODRIGUE, Obtime. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

ROUSSEL, Edgar. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

ROUSSEL, Emile. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

ROUSSEL, Marcelius. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

ROUSSEL, Octave. 1Sgt.  //  CSRC, Index.

ROUSSEL, Valery. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

SCHEXNAYDER, Octave. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index: Octave Schexnaydre.

SCHEXNAYDER, Ozeine. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index: Ozeine Schexnaydre.

TAUZIN, Justilien. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

TAUZIN, Louis. Pvt.  Also Company H, this unit.  //  CSRC, Index.

TAUZIN, Ulysse. Sgt.  Also companies F & H, this unit.  //  CSRC, Index: Ulysse TAUZIN, Ulysse Tauzine.

TOUPS, Adrien. Pvt.  See Company H, this unit.

TOUPS, Enee. Pvt.  See Company H, this unit.

TOUPS, Felicien. Pvt.  See Company H, this unit.

VILLENEUVE, A. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index: A. Vilneuve.  //  Same as A.V. in Company B?

WAGUESPACK, Florestan. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

WAGUESPACK, J. B. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.  //  Same J.B.W. as in Company F, St. James Regiment Militia, as Sgt.?

WEBRE, ______. 2LT.  //  CSRC, Index.

WEBRE, Francois, Jr. Sgt.  //  CSRC, Index.

66  Co. G, 30th Inf.

Individuals from non-Cajun families, CSRC Index

 

Company H (Richard Musketeers, De La Bretonne’s)

Lafourche

 

AYO, Delphis. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index: Delphis AYO, Delphi Ayot.  //  Served also in Lafourche Regiment Militia.

BREAUX, ______. CPT. [En. n.d.,n.p.] Roster of Mar 65: Resig. [n.d.]. [NER/NFR.] (B1:99b)  //  Not in Bergeron, La. Confederate Units, 141.  Is this Gustavus A. BREAUX?

CHIASSON [Chiassan], Eugene. Pvt. En. 19 Mar 62, Thibodaux. Pres. to Dec 62. May-Jun 63: Abs. sick, left at Port Hudson. Cap. & prl. Port Hudson, [?] Jul 63. [NFR.] Also Co. G, this unit. (B1:326)

CLEMENT, Arsene. Pvt.  See Company  G, this unit.

CLEMENT, Onezime. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

CLEMENT, Ulysse. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

GROS, Trasimond. Pvt.  Son of Yvon GROS & Armelise MAYET.  Married Azelie BOUDREAUX, daughter of Guillaume BOUDREAUX & Francoise GAUTREAUX, 12 Oct 1868, Thibodaux.  //  CSRC, Index: Trosimon GROS.  Hébert, D., South LA Records, 4:295: Trasimond GROS.  

KNOBLOCH, Adolphe. Musc.  He served also in the unit Band.  See Field & Staff, this unit.    //  CSRC, Index.

LEONARD, Felix. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.  //  Same F.L. as in Lafourche Regiment Militia?

LEONARD, Martin. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

LERICHE, Ars. Sgt.  //  CSRC, Index.

LEVERT, Edward. Pvt.  See Company G, this unit.

LEVERT, Vileor. Pvt.  See Company B, this unit.

MORVANT, Arsene. Pvt.  See Company G, this unit.

NAQUIN, Cleophas. Pvt. Cpl. Sgt. Res. Lafourche Par. En. 19 Mar 62, Thibodaux. Pres. to Oct 62. Sgt. fr 26 Sep 62. Pres. late Dec 62-Apr 65. POW prl. Meridian, MS, 14 May 65. Also Companies F & G this unit.  (B2:1251)

xNAQUIN, Joseph Émile. Pvt.  Called Émile.  Born 16 Sep 1837, Interior Lafourche Parish.  Son of Maximin NAQUIN & Azelie Basilise RICHARD of Lafourche Parish.  Married, age 19, Azema BOUDREAUX, daughter of C. Maxil BOUDREAUX & Marie Phelonise VAISE, St. Philomena Catholic Church, Labadieville.  Enlisted 19 Mar 62, Thibodeaux, age 25.  Late Apr-Oct 62: Deserted.  No further record in Booth.  //  Booth, LA Confed. Soldiers, 3(1):1251: Emile NAQUIN.  Hébert, D., South LA Records, 1:409:  Joseph Émil NAQUIN.  //  Same E.N. as in Terrebonne Regt. Mil.?  //  Brother of Maximin Mertile NAQUIN of Company E, 4th Regiment Infantry.  First cousin of Joseph Marcilien NAQUIN & Paul Ernest NAQUIN of this company, & Maximilien Emertile NAQUIN of Company E, 4th Regiment Infantry.  Nephew of Basile François Xavier NAQUIN of Lafourche Regiment Militia.  

xNAQUIN, Joseph Marcilien. Pvt.  Called  Marcilien.  Born 8 Oct 1841, Lafourche Interior Parish.  Son of Joseph Paul NAQUIN & Marie Adele BOUDREAUX of Lafourche Parish.  Enlisted 19 Mar 62, Thibodaux, age 20.  Married, age 20, Lezida AUCOIN, daughter of Jean Baptiste AUCOIN & Julie LEVRON, 28 Jun 1862, Thibodaux.  Sep-Oct 62: Deserted.  No further record in Booth.  //  Booth, LA Confed. Soldiers, 3(1):1252: Marcilien NAQUIN.  Hébert, D., South LA Records, 4:467: Marcilien NAQUIN.  //  Same M.N. as in Lafourche Regt. Mil.?  //  Brother of Paul Ernest NAQUIN of this company, & Maximilien Emertile NAQUIN of Company E, 4th Regiment Infantry.   First cousin of Joseph Émile NAQUIN of this company, & Maximin Mertile NAQUIN of Company E, 4th Regiment Infantry.  Nephew of Basile François Xavier NAQUIN of Lafourche Regiment Militia.  

xNAQUIN, Paul Ernest. Pvt.  Called Ernest.  Born Jan 1838, Lafourche Interior Parish.  Son of Joseph Paul NAQUIN & Marie Adele BOUDREAUX of Lafourche Parish.  Married, age 21, Elmire HÉBERT, daughter of Duval HÉBERT & Marie Louise CHAUVIN, 28 May 1859, St. Joseph Catholic Church, Thibodeaux.  Enlisted 19 Mar 62, Thibodeaux, age 24.  Late Apr-Oct 62: Deserted.  No further record in Booth.  //  Booth, LA Confed. Soldiers, 3(1):1251:  Ernest NAQUIN.  Hébert, D., South LA Records, 1:411:  Paul Arnesse NAQUIN.   //  Same E.N. as in Lafourche Regt. Mil.?  //  Brother of Joseph Marcilien NAQUIN of this company, & Maximilien Emertile NAQUIN of Company E, 4th Regiment Infantry.   First cousin of Joseph Émile NAQUIN of this company, & Maximin Mertile NAQUIN of Company E, 4th Regiment Infantry.  Nephew of Basile François Xavier NAQUIN of Lafourche Regiment Militia.  

NAVARRE, Aurelien. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

NAVARRE, Trasimon. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

NOEL, Evaristo. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

PAQUETTE, Eug. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index: Eug. Paquot.

POTIER [Portier], Trasimon. Pvt. En. 19 Mar 62, Thibodaux. Pres. to late Oct 63. Pres. late Feb-late Apr 64. Nov 64-late Feb 65: Abs. on furl., G.O. No. 1, 1 Feb 65. [NFR.] Also Company G, this unit. (B3:177)

RICHARD, Cheri. Sgt. Pvt. En. 19 Mar 62, Thibodaux. Pres. late Apr-late Feb 65. Sgt. until 21 May 62. Resig. POW cap. Spanish Fort, AL, 8 Apr 65. Rcd. Ship Island, MS, 10 Apr 65. [NFR.] Also companies B & G, this unit. (B3:303)

RIVIERE, Lange. Pvt.  See Company G, this unit.

RODRIGUE, Dupreville. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

ROGER [Rogert], Ernest. 1LT. En. C.S. svc., 1 Mar 62 or 28 Apr 62, [n.p.]. En. [LA svc.] 19 Mar 62, Thibodaux. Elected 1LT, 28 Apr 62. Late Apr-Sep 62: Abs. on furl. fr 28 Aug 62 for 10 days at Thibodaux. To Oct 62: Abs., having sent in his resig. since 27 Aug 62. On furl., sick, at home. To Dec 62: AWOL since 8 Sep 62. Roster, 15 Apr 64, Ft. Gaines, AL: Drp. 4 Mar 62. [NFR.] (B3:370, 377)

+SAVOIE, Bonneval. Pvt. Cpl. En. 19 Mar 62, Thibodaux. Pres. late Apr-Sep 62. Cpl. until 22 May 62. Resig. Pres. to Oct 62. Cpl. fr 26 Sep 6[2]. To late Dec 62: D. of disease in camp at Port Hudson, 21 Nov 62. (B3:459)

SEVIN, Aurelien. Sgt.  //  CSRC, Index.

TABOR, Green. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

TAUZIN, Louis. Pvt.  See Company G, this unit.

TAUZIN, Ulysse. Sgt.  See Company G, this unit.  Also Company F, this unit.

TOUPS, Adrien. Pvt.  Also Company G, this unit.  //  CSRC, Index: Adrien Toupse.

TOUPS, Drauzin. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index: Drauzin Toupse.

TOUPS, Enee. Pvt.  Also Company G, this unit.  //  CSRC, Index: Enee Toupse.

TOUPS, Felicien. Pvt.  Also Company G, this unit.  //  CSRC, Index: Felicien Toupse.

ZERINGUE, Charles. 2LT.  //  CSRC, Index.

37  Co. H, 30th Inf.

Individuals from non-Cajun families, CSRC Index

ADOUX, Sebastien. Pvt.
1

 

Company I (Dardennes Guards, Bevin’s)

Iberville

 

ALLAIN, F. E. Pvt.  Not in Booth.  //  Ancestry.com, Civil War Rolls.  CSRC, Index.  //  Served also in Company F, 4th Regiment Infantry.  

BARKER, A. Cpl.  Also Company C, this unit.  //  CSRC, Index.

BREAUX, Gustave Arvillien. CPT.  See Field & Staff, this unit. 

CAPDEVILLE, J. B. Pvt.  Also Company C, this unit.  //  CSRC, Index: J. B. Capdaville.

CLEMENT, A. H. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

CLEMENT, A. S. Sgt.  Also Company C, this unit.  //  CSRC, Index.

CLEMENT, Charles, Jr. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

DANOS, J. T. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

DELACROIX, S. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

DEROUSELLE, E. Pvt.  Buried St. Bernard Catholic Cemetery, Breaux Bridge.  //  CSRC, Index.  //  [photo]

DEROUSELLE, Valsin. Pvt.  See Company B, this unit.  Also Company F, this unit.

DICHARRY, Sosthine. Pvt.  Also Company D, this unit.  //  CSRC, Index: Sosthine Dicharre.

DUPUY, H. Pvt. En. 12 Mar 62, Plaquemine. Pres. to Oct 62. Nov-Dec 62: AWOL. [NFR.] (B1:728)

DUPUY, O. Pvt. En. 12 Mar 63[sic], Plaquemine. Disch. at Camp Moore by reason of having furnished a proper substitute, 2 Jul 6[3]. [NFR.] (B1:729)

*GRAVOIS, Desire. Pvt.  Res. Donaldsonville.  Cmplx. black.  Hair black.  Eyes hazel.  5’ 5 ¾”.  En. 12 Mar 62, Plaquemine.  Pres. to Dec 62.  Pres. May-Jun 63.  Jul-Oct 63:  Abs. in hosp., Jackson, MS, 16 Jul 63.  Mar 64-Feb 65:  Abs. sick in hosp., [?], MS [?].  POW cap. nr. Jackson, MS, 17 Jul 63.  Sent to Snyder’s Bluff, MS, 30 Jul 63.  Fwd. to Camp Morton, IN, 7 Aug 63.  Rel. on oath of alleg. to U.S., [Camp Morton?], 20 May 65. (B2:83)  

HAMILTON, Eugene. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

HAMILTON, Martin. Pvt.  Also Company D, this unit.  //  CSRC, Index.

+HEBERT, E. Pvt. En. 12 Mar 62, Plaquemine. D. Plaquemine, 30 Jun 62. (B2:247)

x*HEBERT [Herbert], Jules [J. A.]. Pvt.  Born 4 Jan 1829.  En. 12 Mar 62, Plaquemine, age 33. Mar-Aug 62: Des. in New Orleans, 25 Apr 62. Sep-Oct 62: Pres. When last paid, sick at home in Iberville Par. Pres. Nov 62-Jun 63. Jul 63-Apr 64: Des. while on furl. ending 24 Aug 63. POW cap. [nr.] Plaquemine, 21 Nov or 21 Dec 64. Rcd. Ship Island, MS, fr New Orleans, 25 Jan 65. Ret. to New Orleans, 31 Mar 65. [NFR.] Also Company E, this regiment.  Died 17 Nov 1900, probably New Iberia, age 71.  Buried St. Peter Catholic Cemetery, New Iberia; his UCV grave marker calles him Jules HEBERT & provides birth & death dates.  //  Booth, La. Confed. Soldiers, 3(1):248, 280: ...  //  [photo]

*HEBERT, Thomas. Pvt.  En. 12 Mar 62, Plaquemine. To late Aug 62: Abs. Disch. at Camp Moore, 12 Jun 62, under age. Pres. Sep 62-Apr 64. Nov 64-Feb 65: Abs. POW Nashville, TN. POW cap. Nashville, 16 Dec 64. Sent to Mil. Prison, Louisville, KY, 21 Dec 64. Trfr. to Camp Douglas, IL 24 Dec 64. Fwd. to New Orleans for exch., 4 May 65. Exch. New Orleans, 23 May 65. Also Co. E, this unit. (B2:251)

LACROIX, S. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

+LANDRY, A. Pvt. Cpl. En. 1 Sep 62, Port Hudson. [Conscript?] Pres. to Apr 64. Adm. 1st Div., 15th AL Hosp., nr Atlanta, GA, 29 Jul 64. Sent to gen. hosp., [n.p.], 5 Aug 64. On rpt. n.d. of sick & wd. POWs, Fld. Hosp., 14th Army Corps, Army & Dept. TN, Marietta, GA. D. 16 Aug 64 fr gunshot wd. (B2:638)

*LANDRY, Alex. D. [A. D.]. Pvt.  En. 12 Mar 62, Plaquemine. Pres. to Dec 62. May-Jun 63: Abs. sick in hosp., Jackson, MS. Pres. Jul 63-Apr 64. Nov 64-late Feb 65: Abs. POW, 5 Aug 64. POW cap. nr. Atlanta, GA, 5 Aug 64. Rcd. Mil. Prison, Louisville, KY, fr Nashville, TN, 12 Aug 64. Fwd. to Camp Chase, OH, 13 Aug 64. Prl. Camp Chase, 12 Feb 65. Trfr. to Point Lookout, MD, [n.d.]. Rcd. at Boulwares Wharf, James River, VA, 20-21 Feb 65, & exch. [NFR.] Also Company B, this unit. (B2:638)

xLANDRY, Joseph. Pvt. En. 12 Mar 62, Plaquemine. To late Aug 62: Abs. sick at home since 25 Apr 62. Sep-Dec 62: Abs. Sick furl., Par. of Iberville. May-Jun 63: Abs. sick in hosp., [n.p.]. Jul-Aug 63: AWOL. Jul-late Oct 63: Des. fr hosp., [n.p.], Mar 63. [NFR.] Also Co. D, this unit. (B2:643)

LANDRY [Laudry], Murat. Pvt.  En. 12 Mar 62, Plaquemine. Pres. to Apr 64. Nov 64-late Feb 65: Abs. wd. & sent to hosp., [n.p.], 28 Jul 64. [NFR.] Also Co. E, this unit. (B2:671)

LAUVE, Oscar. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.  //  Same O.L. as in 6th Battery?

*LE BLANC, Adolph L. 2/1LT. Res. Iberville Par. Cmplx. dark. Hair dark. Eyes dark. 5’ 9". En. 12 Mar 62, Plaquemine. Pres. to Dec 62. POW cap. Port Hudson, 9 Jul 63. Sent to New Orleans aboard Steamer Zephyr, 13 Jul 63. Fwd. to Ft. Columbus, NY Harbor, 10 Oct 63. Rcd. Johnson’s Island, OH, 13 Oct 63. Trfr. to Point Lookout, MD, for exch., 21 Mar 65, thence to Ft. Delaware, DE, 28 Apr 65. Rel. on oath of alleg. to U.S., 12 Jun 65. Buried Our Lady of the Lake Catholic Cemetery, Delcambre; his UCV grave marker calls him Adolphe.  //  Booth, La. Confed. Soldiers, 3(1):689, 690: Adolph L. LEBLANC.  //  Served also in Co. D, 13th Regt. Inf.

LE BLANC, J. 2LT. [En. n.d.,n.p.] Roster of 5 Apr 64, Ft. Gaines, AL: Elected 2LT , 1 Mar 62. Drp. 4 Mar 62. [NER/NFR.] (B2:694)

NERAUT, Ernest F. Pvt. See Company D, this unit.

ORILLION, Joseph Hortaire. Pvt. Sgt.  Born 21 Dec 1834, Iberville Parish.  Baptized 24 Dec 1835, St. Gabriel Catholic Church, St. Gabriel.  Son of Don Louis Rosemond ORILLION & Mary Antoinette BLAKE of Iberville Parish.  Married, age 21, Marie Delmise LACROIX, daughter of Anthony LACROIX & Catherine STEEPLETON, 4 Feb 1856, St. John the Evangelist Catholic Church, Plaquemine.  Living in Plaquemine when he enlisted in Company I, 12 Mar 62, Plaquemine, age 27.  Daughter Marie Lesbia was born near Plaquemine in Jul 62.  Present  to Aug 63.  Sep-Oct 63:  Absent, sick, no place given.  Present Mar 64-late Apr 65.  End-of-war POW paroled Meridian, MS, 14 May 65.  Also companies B, & F, this unit.  //  Booth, LA Confed. Soldiers, 3(2):42: J. H. ORILLION.  BRDR, 5(rev.):470, 7:452: J. Hartaire Orillon, Joseph Hortaire ORILLION.  //  Brother of Roselius Alexandre ORILLION of this company.  

*+ORILLION, Roselius Alexandre. 3/2LT.  Born 6 May 1836, Iberville Parish.  Baptized 13 Oct 1836, St. Gabriel Catholic Church, St. Gabriel.  Son of Don Louis Rosemond ORILLION & Mary Antoinette BLAKE of Iberville Parish.  Married, age 24, Mathilda DUPUY, daughter of Joseph DUPUY & Serazine ORILLION, 25 Apr 1861, St. John the Evangelist Catholic Church, Plaquemine.  Enlisted in state service, Company I, 12 Mar 62, Plaquemine, age 26.  Enlisted in C.S. service, 17 May 62, no place given. Present to Dec 62.  Roster of 15 Apr 62, Ft. Gaines, AL:  Elected 2LT, 1 Mar 62, dropped 4 Mar 62.  Appointed 2LT, order of COL BREAUX, 17 May 62.  On U.S. POW rolls, captured Port Hudson, 9 Jul 63, sent to New Orleans on Steamer Zephyr, 13 Jul 63, admitted. St. James U.S. General Hospital, New Orleans, 23 Jul 63, released from hospital as a Rebel POW by order of Medical Director, 15 Sep 63.  On U.S. POW report of 30 Apr 64, New Orleans, among POWs who died 1 Apr 64: Consumption.  Buried St. John the Evangelist Catholic Church, Plaquemine, 21 Mar 64, age 27.   //  Booth, LA Confed. Soldiers, 3(2):42: R. A. ORILLION.  BRDR, 5(rev.):470, 9:419, 10:440: Alexander Roselius Orillon, Roselius A. ORILLION, Roselius Alexandre ORILLION.  //  Brother of Joseph Hortaire ORILLION of this company.  

PETIT, C. L. Pvt.  See Company B, this unit.

*RIVET, Pierre Ernest. Pvt. Called Ernest.  Born 8 Jul 1835, Iberville Parish.  Baptized 12 Feb 1836, St. Gabriel Catholic Church, St. Gabriel.  Son of Louis RIVET & Henriette LE BLANC of Iberville Parish.  Married, age 24, Melinda Ross, daughter of John Ross & Mary Ann Holmes, 5 Sep 1859, St. John the Evangelist Catholic Church, Plaquemine.  Res. Iberville Par. En. 12 Mar 62, Plaquemine, or 14 Oct 6[?], Port Hudson, age 26 or 27.  Pres. Oct 62-Apr 64. POW cap. Nashville, TN, 16 Dec 64. Sent to Mil. Prison, Louisville, KY, fr Nashville, 21 Dec 64. Rcd. Camp Douglas, IL, 21 Dec 64. Disch. [Camp Douglas?], 20 Jun 65, in accordance w/G.O. No. 109, 9 Jun 65, A.G.O., Washington, DC. Also Company D, this unit.  //  Booth, LA Confed. Soldiers, 3(2):334: Ernest RIVET.  BRDR, 5(rev.):514, 9:459: Ernest RIVET, Pierre Ernest RIVET.

RIVET, Joseph. Pvt. Musc.  Res. Iberville Par. En. 1 Oct 62, Port Hudson. [Conscript?] Pres. to Dec 62. Ordered to rpt. back to his co. this day, [not given]. Pres. May-Jun 63. Trfr. to Band. Pres. Jul 63-late Apr 65. POW prl. Meridian, MS, 14 May 65. Also Company C, this unit. (B3:334)

ROGER, ______. 1LT. En. C.S. scv. 8 Mar 62, [n.p.]. Mar 65: Co. disbanded by order of Sec. of War, [?] Feb 63. [NER/NFR.] (B3:370)

ROTH, A. Musc.  Band.  //  CSRC, Index.

ROTH, E. N. Musc.  Band.  //  CSRC, Index.

TULLIER, J. B. Pvt.  See Company B, this unit.  

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ALTEMUS, J. T. 2LT.
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Company K (Tirailleurs of St. James, Gaudet’s)

St. James

 

GAUDET, _____. 2LT.  From roster dated 15 Apr 64, Fort Gaines, AL:  Enlisted in Company K, 1 Mar 62, no place given.  Elected 2LT same date.  No further record in Booth.  //  Booth, LA Confed. Soldiers, 2:985: _____ GAUDET.  //  Who was this?  Is this an earlier record for J.A.G., below? 

GAUDET, Joseph Adam. CPT.  From roster dated 15 Apr 64, Fort Gaines, AL:  Enlisted in Company K, 1 Mar 62, no place given. Elected CPT, 1 Mar 62.  No further record in Booth.  //  Bergeron, LA Confed. Units, 142: J. Adam GAUDET.  Booth, LA Confed. Soldiers, 2:986: J. A. GAUDET, J. Adams GAUDET.  //  Served also in Gaudet’s Company, St. James Regiment Militia as CPT.

LE BOEUF, Nelvil. 1LT.  //  CSRC, Index: Nelvil Lebeuf, N. LE BOEUF.  //  Served also in Gaudet's Company, St. James Regiment Militia.

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xBABIN, Joseph. Pvt. En. 23 Feb 62, Algiers. Des. at Kenner, 1 May 62. [NFR.] (B1:97a)

HAMILTON, J. S. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index: J. S. Hamelton.

PRIMEAUX, Emile. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index: Emile Primoz.

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