3rd Regiment Volunteer Infantry

 

 

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From Sifakis, Compendium of C.S. Armies: Louisiana, 71-72:

Organization: Organized with eight companies at Camp Walker, New Orleans on May 11, 1861. Later increased to 10 companies. Mustered into Confederate service on May 11, 1861. Regiment surrendered at Vicksburg, Warren County, Mississippi on July 4, 1863. Paroled at Vicksburg, Warren County, Mississippi in July 1863. Declared exchanged on September 12, 1863. Those members of the regiment east of the Mississippi River were consolidated with similar portions of the 17th, 21st (Smith’s-Higgins’-Patton’s), 22nd (Theard’s-Herrick’s), 26th, 27th, 29th and 31st Infantry Regiments and designated the 22nd Consolidated Infantry Regiment at Enterprise, Mississippi on January 26, 1864. They became Company H, of that regiment. Balance of the regiment reorganized at Pineville, Louisiana in July 1864. Surrendered by General E.K. Smith, commanding Trans-Mississippi Department, on May 26, 1865.

First Commander: Louis HEBERT, COL [dropped May 8, 1862]

Field Officers: Frank C. Armstrong, COL [resigned November 5, 1862]; Jerome B. Gilmore, LTC [May 8, 1862], COL [November 5, 1862; resigned August 20, 1863]; Samuel M. Hyam, Sr., LTC [dropped May 8, 1862]; David Pierson, MAJ, LTC [August 22, 1863]; John S. Richards, MAJ [August 22, 1863]; Samuel D. Russell, MAJ [May 8, 1862], LTC [November 5, 1862], COL [August 22, 1863]; William F. Tunnard, MAJ [dropped May 8, 1862]

Assignments: McCulloch’s Brigade, Indian Territory (May-Sep 61); McCulloch’s Division, Department #2 (Sep-Dec 61); HEBERT’s Brigade, McCulloch’s Division, Department #2 (Dec 61-Jan 62); HEBERT’s Brigade, McCulloch’s Division, Trans-Mississippi District, Department #2 (Jan-Mar 62); HEBERT’s Brigade, Price’s-Little’s Division, Army of the West, Department #2 (Mar-Oct 62); HEBERT’s Brigade, Bowen’s Division, Price’s Corps, Army of West Tennessee, Department of Mississippi and East Louisiana (Oct 62); HEBERT’s Brigade, Maury’s Division, Price’s Corps, Army of West Tennessee, Department of Mississippi and East Louisiana (Oct-Dec 62); HEBERT’s Brigade, Maury’s Division, Price’s Corps, Army of North Mississippi, Department of Mississippi and East Louisiana (Dec 62-Jan 63); HEBERT’s Brigade, Maury’s-Forney’s Division, 2nd Military District, Department of Mississippi and East Louisiana (Jan-Apr 63); HEBERT’s Brigade, Forney’s Division, Department of Mississippi and East Louisiana (Apr-Jul 63); Thomas’ Brigade, MOUTON’s Division, [at Alexandria], District of West Louisiana, Trans-Mississippi Department (Nov 63); Thomas’ Brigade, MOUTON’s-Polignac’s Division, District of West Louisiana, Trans-Mississippi Department (Jul-Sep 64); 1st (Thomas’) Louisiana Brigade, 2nd (Polignac’s) Division, 1st Corps, Trans-Mississippi Department (Sep 64-May 65)

Battles: Wilson’s Creek (August 10, 1861); Pea Ridge (March 7-8, 1862); Corinth Campaign (April-June 1862); Farmington (May 9, 1862); Iuka (September 19, 1862); Corinth (October 3-4, 1862); vs. Greenville Expedition (April 2-14, 1863); Haynes’ and Snyder’s Bluffs (April 29-May 1, 1863); Vicksburg Campaign (May-July 1863); Vicksburg Siege (May-July 1863)

 

From Bergeron, La. Confed. Units, 77-78:

"This regiment was organized at Camp Walker, New Orleans, on May 11, 1861, with 1,037 men. On May 20, the regiment left for Fort Smith, Arkansas. The men fought in the Battle of Wilson’s Creek [Oak Hills, Missouri], August 10, and helped win the battle by driving back the Federal left flank and capturing a five-gun battery. Colonel HEBERT led a brigade, which included the 3rd Louisiana, in the Battle of Pea Ridge [Elkhorn Tavern, Arkansas], March 6-8, 1862; and again the regiment distinguished itself in the fighting. In April, the regiment accompanied the Army of the West across the Mississippi River to Corinth, Mississippi. The men fought in the Battle of Farmington, May 9. After the evacuation of Corinth, the regiment remained in northern Mississippi as the main army began its invasion of Kentucky. The regiment was heavily engaged at Iuka, September 19, losing more than 100 men. On October 3 and 4, the men participated in the Battle of Corinth. The men reported for duty at Snyder’s Bluff north of Vicksburg, January 2, 1863. In late March, the regiment marched to oppose the enemy’s Steele’s Bayou Expedition. The men were entrenched along the lower part of Deer Creek but did not engage the enemy. During the Federal demonstrations against Haynes’ Bluff and Snyder’s Bluff, April 29-May 1, the men skirmished with the enemy soldiers. The regiment participated in the Siege of Vicksburg, May 19-July 4. On June 25, the Federals blew up the regiment’s redan and made an unsuccessful attempt to overrun the position. In the explosion and subsequent fighting, 6 of the regiment’s men were killed and 21 were wounded. The enemy exploded another mine at the regiment’s position on July 1; 1 man was killed and 21 were wounded. After the surrender of Vicksburg, most of the men went home on parole. A small number went into a parole camp at Enterprise, Mississippi, and eventually became Company H, 22nd Louisiana Consolidated Infantry. In September 1863, the men were declared exchanged and ordered into camp at Alexandria. Few men reported to camp at that time; not until July, 1864, did the regiment reunite in a camp at Pineville. The regiment moved to Camp Boggs at Shreveport in August and remained there doing guard duty until the end of the war. Anticipating the surrender of the Trans-Mississippi Department, the regiment dispersed on May 19 and 20, 1865. Of approximately 1,136 men enrolled in the regiment during the war, 123 were killed in battle, 74 died of disease, 3 died in accidents, 2 were murdered, and 1 drowned."

 

CSRC, M320, rolls 116-123

 

ROSTER

 

Field & Staff

 

DICHARRY, P. F. Chap.  //  CSRC, Index.

HÉBERT, Gustave Sébastien. Surg.  Born 10 Apr 1835, Iberville Parish.  Baptized 11 Oct 1835, St. Gabriel Catholic Church, St. Gabriel.  Son of Valery HÉBERT & Marie Claire BOUSH of Iberville Parish.  No enlistment information in Booth.  Nov-Dec 61: Absence or presence not stated.  No further record in Booth.   //  Booth, LA Confed. Soldiers, 3(1):248, 279:  G. S. HÉBERT.  BRDR, 5(rev.):296:  Gustave Sébastien HÉBERT.  //  Served  also in Field & Staff, 8th Battalion Heavy Infantry as battalion surgeon; & Field & Staff, 1st Regiment Heavy Artillery as regimental surgeon.  //  Younger brother of COL Louis HÉBERT, & first cousin of BG Paul Octave HEBERT

*HÉBERT, Louis. COL. Born 13 Mar 1820, Iberville Parish.  Baptized 7 May 1820, St. Gabriel Catholic Church, St. Gabriel.  Son of Valery HÉBERT & Marie Claire BOUSH of Iberville Parish.  Attended Jefferson College, Convent.  Graduated third in class, U.S. Military Academy, West Point, NY, 1845.  Resigned from U.S. Army, 1847, to take over father’s sugar interests.  Married, age 27, Marie LAMBREMONT, 6 Mar 1848, St. Gabriel Catholic Church, St. Gabriel.  Officer, LA militia.  Member of the LA state senate. Chief engineer of LA.  Enlisted in 3rd Infantry as COL, 17 May 61, New Orleans, age 41. Absent Nov-Dec 61, special service not specified.  Captured Pea Ridge, AR, 7 Mar 62.  In letter, Provost Marshals Office, S.W.D., U.S.A., 20 Mar 62, no details given.  No further record in Booth.  Exchanged, May 62.  Promoted BG, 26 May 62.  Commanded 2nd Brigade, Little's Division, Price's Army.  Commanded heavy artillery, Fort Fisher, NC.  Chief Engineer for C.S. War Department, NC.  Newspaper editor & teacher, Iberville & St. Martin parishes, after the War.  Died St. Martin Parish, 7 Jan 1901, age 80.  Buried near Breaux Bridge.  Reburied St. Joseph Catholic Cemetery, Cecilia, 26 Oct 2002.  //  Bergeron, LA Confed. Units, 76: Louis HEBERT.  Booth, LA Confed. Soldiers, 3(1):249: Louis HEBERT.  BRDR, 4:273, 7:248: Louis HEBERT.  CSRC, Index: Louis HEBERT, Louis Hobert.  Krick, Lee’s Colonels, 391: Louis HEBERT.  Warner, Generals in Gray, 130-31: Louis HEBERT; portrait, p. 131.  //  Older brother of regiment surgeon Gustave Sebastien HÉBERT, & first cousin of BG Paul Octave HEBERT.  //  [photo]

JOHNSON, Theodore. Q.M.  //  CSRC, Index.  //  Probably not Cajun. 

4  F&S, 3rd Inf.

Individuals from non-Cajun families, CSRC Index

ARMSTRONG, Frank C. COL
1

 

Company A (Iberville Greys, Brusle’s, Kinney’s, Gourrier’s)

Iberville

 

ALLAIN, Sosthène. Pvt.  Born Jul 1847.  Enlisted in Company A, 17 May 1861, New Orleans.  Present Jun 61-Feb 63.  On U.S. POW rolls, captured & paroled Vicksburg,  4 Jul 63.  No further record in Booth.  //  Ancestry.com, Civil War Rolls: Dosthene ALLAIN; says he was in Company S.  Booth, LA Confed. Soldiers, 1:43: Sosthene ALLAIN.  CSRC, Index: Sosthene ALLAIN. 

ARCENEAUX, Martial. Pvt.  Born 9 Oct 1842, Iberville Parish.  Baptized 10 Sep 1844, St. Gabriel Catholic Church, St. Gabriel.  Son of Evariste ARCENEAUX & Marie Victorine ALLAIN of Iberville Parish.  Enlisted in Company A, 17 May 61, New Orleans, age 18.  Present to Aug 62.  On U.S. POW rolls, captured & paroled Corinth (perhaps Iuka), MS, 19 Sep 62.  Sick furlough at home, Nov 62-Feb 63.  No further record in Booth.  Died 8 Apr 1864, age 21.  Buried St. Theresa Catholic Cemetery, Gonzales.  //  Booth, LA Confed. Soldiers, 1:72: M. Arcenaux.  BRDR, 6:22, 10:18:  Martial ARCENEAUX, Martialis ARCENEAUX.  CSRC, Index: M. ARCENEAUX.  // Brother of Joseph Elphege ARCENEAUX of Company A, 1st Regiment Cavalry. 

AUCOIN, Pierre Telesphore. Pvt.  Called Telesphore.  Born 12 Mar 1829, Iberville Parish.  Baptized 9 May 1829, St. Gabriel Catholic Church, St. Gabriel.  Son of Francois AUCOIN & Marie Rose RICHARD of Iberville Parish.  Married, age 23, Elodie, daughter of Valentin HÉBERT & Euphrosie LABAUVE, 7 Feb 1853, St. John the Baptist Catholic Church, Brusly.  Enlisted in Company A, 17 May 61, New Orleans, age 32.  Present to Oct 61.  No further record in Booth.   //  Booth, LA Confed. Soldiers, 1:88: Telesfor AUCOIN.  BRDR, 4:25, 8:25: Pierre Telesphore AUCOIN, Telesphore AUCOIN.  //  Brother of Sylvanie AUCOIN of this company.

AUCOIN, Sylvanie. Pvt.  Son of Francois AUCOIN & Marie Rose RICHARD of Iberville Parish.  Married Émilie, daughter of Félix BERNARD DU MONTIER & Joséphine SEGUIN, St. John the Baptist Catholic Church, Brusly.  Enlisted in Company A, 17 May 61, New Orleans.  No further record in Booth.  //  Booth, LA Confed. Soldiers, 1:88: Silvany AUCOIN.  BRDR, 7:24:  Sylvanie AUCOIN.  //  Brother of Pierre Telesphore AUCOIN of this company. 

BABIN, Joseph Ursin. Sgt. 1LT. Called Ursin.  Born 8 Oct 1836, probably Ascension Parish.  Baptized 20 Nov 1836, Ascension Catholic Church, Donaldsonville.  Son of Ursin Benjamin BABIN & Marie Adele BERTEAU.  Occup. plasterer. Cmplx. dark. Hair light. Eyes grey. 5’ 11". Age 25. En. 7 May 61, New Orleans. Pres. to Aug 62. Sep-Oct 62: Abs., cap. Iuka, MS, 19 Sep 62. POW rcd. Camp Douglas, IL, fr Corinth, MS, 28 Sep 62. Fwd. to Cairo, IL, for exch., 29 Sep 62. Exch. fr Steamer Esmerelda, nr Vicksburg, 1or 2 Nov 62.  Married, age 26, Marie Elise Lesassier, 24 Nov 1862, St. Gabriel Catholic Church, St. Gabriel.  Pres. Jan-Feb 63. POW cap. & prl. Vicksburg, 4 Jul 63. To Company H, Ogden's Regiment Cavalry as CPT.  //  Booth, LA Confed. Soldiers, 1:97, 98: J. N. BABIN, Ursin BABIN.  BRDR, 5(rev.):40, 9:32: Joseph Ursin BABIN, Ursin Joseph BABIN. 

BERTHELOT, Numa. Pvt.   //  CSRC, Index: N. BERTHELOT, Numa BERTHELOT.

BLANCHARD, Louis D. Pvt. Res. Plaquemine. En. 17 May 61, New Orleans. Pres. to Oct 61. May-Jun 62: Abs. sick in hosp. Pres. Jul 62-Feb 63. POW cap. & prl., Vicksburg, 4 Jul 63. POW prl. Shreveport, 7 Jun 65. [NER.] (B1:7b)

BLANCHARD, Numa. Pvt. En. 17 May 61, New Orleans. Pres. to Aug 61. Disch. 5 Oct 61. [NFR.] (B1:7b) Same N.B. as Co. B, 22nd (Patton’s 21st) Regt. Inf.?

BOISSAC, Eugene M. Sgt.  //  CSRC, Index.  //  Same as E.B., Sgt. in Company E(2), 20th Regiment Infantry?

BOUDREAUX [Bondreau], H. S. Pvt. En. 21 Jun 62, Princeville. May-Jun 62: Sub. to H. LEBLANC. Disch. 20 Jul [62], being a non conscript. [NFR.] (B1:31b)

BREAUX, Emile L. Pvt. En. 17 May 61, New Orleans. Pres. Jun 61-Aug 62. POW WIA & cap. Iuka, MS, 19 Sep 62. Rcd. aboard Steamer Dacotah, nr. Vicksburg, MS, 18 Oct 62, for exch., having been prl. Nov 62-Feb 62[sic]: Abs. at home in LA. [NFR.] (B1:100b)

BREAUX, Joseph H. Pvt. En. 17 May 61, New Orleans. Pres. Jun-Dec 61. Pres. May-Aug 62. Co. reorganized for war, 8 May 62. Sep-Oct 62: Abs. WIA & cap., Iuka, MS, 18[sic] Sep 62. Prl., [n.d.]. Rcd. aboard Steamer Dacotah, nr. Vicksburg, MS, 18 Oct 62. Exch., [n.p.], 8 Nov 62. Pres. Nov 62-Feb 63. [NFR.] (B1:101b)

BREAUX [Breaud], Stasnislas. Pvt. En. 17 May 61, New Orleans. Pres. May-Oct 61. [NFR.] (B1:99b)

*BROUSSARD, Maurice R. Pvt. En. 17 May 61, New Orleans. Pres. to Aug 62. Cap. Iuka, MS, [n.d.]. Sep-Oct 62: Abs. Taken prisoner at Iuka. Gone home. POW exch. aboard Steamer Dacotah, near Vicksburg, 18 Oct 62, who had heretofore been prl. D. Jackson, MS, 3 Dec 62. (B1:137b)

DUPUY, Charles D. Pvt. En. 17 May 61, New Orleans. Pres. to Aug 61. Sep-Oct 61: Abs. Attending sick as nurse at hosp., Camp Jackson, AR. Nov-Dec 61: Pres. or abs. not stated. May-Jun 62: Abs. sick at hosp., [n.p.]. Pres. Jul 62-Feb 63. [NFR.] (B1:728)

GOURRIER, Gabriel Albert. Pvt.  Called Albert.  Born 4 Sep 1844, probably Ascension Parish.  Baptized 18 May 1845, Ascension Catholic Church, Donaldsonville.  Son of Dr. Andre Melchior Theophile GOURRIER & Marie Mathilde LANDRY probably of Ascension Parish.  Enlisted 15 Nov 61, no place given, AR, age 17.  Presence or absence not stated, roll of Dec 61.  Present May-Jun 62.  Discharged 20 Jul 62, age 17, "being a non-conscript."  No further record in Booth.  Family history says he "was killed, 19 September 186[2], at the Battle of Iuka...," but Booth says nothing of it.   //  Booth, LA Confed. Soldiers, 3(1):68: A. GOURRIER.  BRDR, 6:280: Gabriel Albert GOURRIER.  CSRC, Index: A. GOURRIER.  Kinta Delamain, descendant, source for his personal information, including his reported death at Iuka.  //  Brother of Theophile Clay, Melchior Ernest, & Thomas Edouard GOURRIER of this company; Albert Richardson GOURRIER of Field & Staff, 18th Regiment Infantry; & Samuel Edouard GOURRIER of Company D, 27th Regiment Infantry.

GOURRIER, Melchior Ernest. Cpl. Jr2LT.  Called Ernest.  Also Company F, this regiment.  Born 23 Dec 1835, probably Ascension Parish.  Baptized 11 Jun 1837, Ascension Catholic Church, Donaldsonville.  Son of Dr. Andre Melchior Theophile GOURRIER & Marie Mathilde LANDRY probably of Ascension Parish.  Civil engineer & surveyor.  Enlisted in Company A, 17 May 61, age 25, as Cpl.  Present Jun-Dec 61.  Discharged 8 May 62, Corinth, MS, age 26, "by reason of not being a conscript."  Not on any subsequent rolls of this unit in Booth.  No record in Booth of his promotion to Jr2LT, only a reference to this rank after it gives his name.  End-of-war POW paroled Shreveport, 7 or 8 Jun 65.  Married Mary Eliza Faulkner, 5 Jul 64; she died in childbirth, 4 Sep 65.  After the War, he moved to Plaquemine & "set up shop as 'Surveyor and Real Estate Agent.'"  Secretary of local branch of the Democratic Party.  Moved to California, "where he purchased twenty acres of land in Los Angeles County."  Returned to Plaquemine "to spend a few weeks with his friends and relatives, but he became ill...."  Died 24 Sep 1880, Plaquemine, age 44.  //  Booth, LA Confed. Soldiers, 3(1):68: Ernest GOURRIER.  CSRC, Index: Ernest GOURRIER.  BRDR, 5(rev.):271: Melchior Ernest GOURRIER.  Kinta Delamain, descendant, source for his personal information; calls him Ernest Melchior; BRDR name used here.  //  Brother of Gabriel Albert, Theophile Clay, & Thomas Edouard GOURRIER of this company; Albert Richardson GOURRIER of Field & Staff, 18th Regiment Infantry; &  Samuel Edouard GOURRIER of Company D, 27th Regiment Infantry.

GOURRIER, Theophile Clay. Pvt.  Called Clay.  Born 2 Aug 1846, probably Iberville Parish.  Baptized 16 Sep 1847, St. Gabrield Catholic Church, St. Gabriel.  Son of Dr. Andre Melchior Theophile GOURRIER & Marie Mathilde LANDRY of Iberville Parish.  Enlisted in Company A, 19 Dec [62], Camp Rogers [no state given], age 16.  Present to Feb 63.  No further record in Booth for this unit.  Family history says "sent home as being too young," no date given, & that "He later was able to join the army and fought at the battle of Vicksburg."   Served later in Company A, 22nd (Patton's 21st) Regiment Infantry as Pvt.  //  Booth, LA Confed. Soldiers, 3(1):68: C. GOURRIER.  BRDR, 6:280: Theophile Clay GOURRIER.  CSRC, Index: C. GOURRIER.  Kinta Delamain, descendant, source for his full name & personal information; says he served in this unit as Cpl., but Booth says Pvt.  //  Brother of Gabriel Albert, Melchior Ernest, & Thomas Edouard GOURRIER of this company; Albert Richardson GOURRIER of Field & Staff, 18th Regiment Infantry; & Samuel Edouard GOURRIER of Company D, 27th Regiment Infantry.

GOURRIER, Thomas Edouard. Pvt. 2LT, CPT.  Born 20 Dec 1840, probably Ascension Parish.  Baptized 25 Apr 1841, Ascension Catholic Church, Donaldsonville.  Son of Dr. Andre Melchior Theophile GOURRIER & Marie Mathilde LANDRY probably of Ascension Parish.  Enlisted in Company A, 17 May 61, New Orleans, age 20.  Present Jun 61-Aug 62.  WIA, Battle of Iuka, 19 Sep 62.  Absent, wounded at Iuka, "gone home," Sep-Oct 62.  Present Jan-Feb 63.  "Assigned to duty Feb. 4, 1863."  On U.S. POW rolls, captured Vicksburg, 4 Jul 63.  Paroled 10 Jul 63.  No further record in Booth.  No record of his promotions to 2LT & CPT in Booth.  Captaincy from Bergeron & family history, which says he was "promoted several times."  Family history says he was end-of-war POW paroled Natchitoches, 7 Jun 65.  Family history says: "At the end of the war, Thomas Edouard and six others floated, on a pontoon, from Natchitoches down the Red River to the Mississippi River, and down it to his home."  First president of Iberville Greys Camp, UCV.  "Several muskets used by his men and some captured by him, together with the roster of the company written by Thomas GOURRIRER were placed by the family in Memorial Hall at the Confederate Museum in New Orleans...."  He owned Reliance Plantation north of Plaquemine, now site of Dow Chemical, Iberville Parish.  "On October 20, 1888, the Reliance sugar factory burned to the ground at a loss of $10,000."  Died 31 Dec 1893, age 53, Iberville Parish.  Survived by "his young wife with six children between the ages of four months and twelve years."  //   Bergeron, LA Confed. Units, 77: Thomas GOURRIER.  Booth, La. Confed. Soldiers, 3(1):68-69: T. G. GOURRIER, Thomas GOURRIER.  BRDR, 6:280: Thomas Edouard GOURRIER.  CSRC, Index: Thomas GOURRIER.  Kinta Delamain, direct descendant, source for his personal information.  //  Brother of Gabriel Albert, Melchior Ernest, & Theophile Clay GOURRIER of this company; Albert Richardson GOURRIER of Field & Staff, 18th Regiment Infantry; & Samuel Edouard GOURRIER of Company D, 27th Regiment Infantry.  //  [photo]

HEBERT, Alexander O. Pvt. En. 17 May 61, New Orleans. Pres. Jun 61-Feb 63. POW cap. Vicksburg, 4 Jul 63. Prl. [Vicksburg?] 8 Jul 63. [NFR.] (B2:245)

HEBERT, Amede [A.]. Pvt. En. 17 May 61, New Orleans. Pres. to Feb 63. [NFR.] (B2:246)

HEBERT, Joseph L. Pvt. Cpl. En. 17 May 61, New Orleans. Pres. Jun 61-Feb 63. POW cap. Vicksburg, 4 Jul 63. Prl. Vicksburg, 8 Jul 63. [NFR.] (B2:249)

HEBERT [Herbert], Valery A. Pvt. En. 17 May 61, New Orleans. Pres. Jun-Oct 61. Nov 61-Feb 63: Abs. Det. at brig. H.Q. since Dec 61. POW cap. & prl. Vicksburg, 4 Jul 63. [NFR.] (B2:280)

JOHNSON, William H. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

JOLY, Anatole. Ord.Sgt.  //  CSRC, Index.

LANDRY [Laundry], F. T. Pvt. En. 8 May 61, Bayou Goula. Pres. May-Jun 62. [NER.] Jul-Oct 62: Abs. Clerk in Adj.’s Office. Nov 62-Feb 63: Abs. Clerk at Brig. Surg.’s Office since 15 Aug 62. POW cap. & prl. Vicksburg, 4 Jul 63. Prl. men in camp, Enterprise, MS, 7 Nov 63. [NFR.] (B2:641, 672) //  Served also in Co. H, 22nd Con. Regt. Inf.

LANDRY, J. A. Sgt. Pvt. Res. Natchitoches. En. 17 May 61, New Orleans. Pres. to Oct 61. Nov-Dec 61: Det. for spc. svc., [n.p.]. May-Jun 62: Disch. Priceville, MS, by reason of appt. On roll of POWs of det. of regts. in C.S.A., 16 Jun 65. [NER.] (B2:642)

LANDRY, M. Pvt. En. 8 May 61, Bayou Goula. Pres. to Aug 62. WIA & cap., Iuka, MS, 19 Sep 62. Sep-Oct 62: Abs. Wd. at Iuka. Nov 62-Feb 63: Abs. Wd. & cap., Iuka. Still in hosp. POW cap. & prl. Vicksburg, 4 Jul 63. [NFR.] (B2:644)

LANOUX, Felix. Pvt. En. 17 May 61, New Orleans. Pres. to Oct 61. Nov-Dec 61: Disch., [n.d.]. [NFR.] (B2:656) Same F.L. as in Squires’ Bn. Arty.?

+LE BLANC, Edward D. Pvt. En. 17 May 61, New Orleans. Pres. to late Jun 61. D., Springfield, MO, 19 Aug 61, fr wds. rcd. at battle of Oak Hill, [n.d.]. (B2:692)

LE BLANC, Hermogene [H.]. Pvt. En. 17 May 61, New Orleans. Pres. to Oct 61. Nov-Dec 61: Pres. or abs. no stated. May-Jun 62: Disch., Princeville, MS, by reason of having furnished a substitute, being a non-conscript, 21 Jun 62. [NFR.] (B2:694)  //  Served also in Company I, 2nd Regiment Cavalry.

LEONARD, Felix. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

MALBROUGH, J. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index: J. Malborrough.

RAMOUIN, Joseph B. 2LT.  //  CSRC, Index.

RICHARD, Edgar. Pvt. En. 17 May 61, New Orleans. Pres. to Oct 61. Nov-Dec 61: Pres. or abs. not stated. Under arrest. Pres. May 62-Feb 63. POW cap. & prl. Vicksburg, 4 Jul 63. POW prl. Baton Rouge, 8 Jun 65. [NER.] (B3:303)

RICHARD, Jules. Pvt. Sgt. En. 17 May 61, New Orleans. Pres. to Aug 61. Sep-Oct 61: Abs. sick, hosp., Camp Jackson, AR. Nov-Dec 61: Abs. on furl. Pres. May-Aug 62. Sep-Dec 62: Abs. Cap. Iuka, MS., [n.d.]. Gone home. Pres. Jan-Feb 63. POW cap. & prl. Vicksburg, 4 Jul 63. [NFR.] (B3:305)

RICHARD, Narcisse. Pvt. En. 17 May 61, New Orleans. Pres. to Oct 61. Nov-Dec 61: Sick in hosp., [n.p.]. [NFR.] (B3:305)

RICHARD, P. A. Pvt. En. 21 Jun 62, Priceville, MS. Substitute for P[ierre]. RICHARD. Rcd. his pay, 8 days as [5]Sgt., [n.d.]. Jul-Aug 62: Disch. 20 Jul 62, being a non-conscript. [NFR.] (B3:305)

RICHARD, Pierre. Pvt. 5Sgt. En. 17 May 61, New Orleans. Pres. to late Jun 61. Jul-Aug 61: Abs. Nurse at Springfield, MO. Pres. Sep-Oct 61. Nov-Dec 61: Pres. or abs. not stated. Appt. 5Sgt., 28 Nov 61. May-Jun 62: Disch. 21 Jun 62, Priceville, MS, having furnished a substitute & being a non-conscript. [NFR.] (B3:306)

RIVIERE, Elphege. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

RIVIERE, Emile. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

ROTH, Felix. Sgt.  //  CSRC, Index.

ROTH, Gustave. Cpl.  //  CSRC, Index.

SMITH, Edward W. Pvt.  Also Company E, this regiment.  //  CSRC, Index.

ST. AMANT, Peter T. Pvt. Cpl.  //  CSRC, Index: Peter T. ST. AMANT, P. T. ST. AMANT.  //  Served also in Company H, Ogden's Regiment Cavalry as 1LT.

45  Co. A, 3rd Inf.

Individuals from non-Cajun families, CSRC Index

ALSBATCH, Joseph. Pvt. AMANT, P. T. Cpl.
2

 

Company B (Morehouse Guards, Hinson's, Hall's, Morgan's)

Morehouse

 

DURAND, Victor. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

SMITH, J. M. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

TAYLOR, Jo L. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

3  Co. B, 3rd Inf.

Individuals from non-Cajun families, CSRC Index

ADAMSON, Charles E. Sgt. ALDRIDGE, Frank J. Pvt. ALFORD, Thomas R. Pvt. ALLEN, M. D. L. Pvt.
4

 

Company C (Winn Rifles, Pierson’s, Middlebrook’s)

Winn

 

JOHNSON, A. T. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

JOHNSON, V. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

MARTIN, E. A. Pvt. [En. n.d.,n.p.] POW prl. Vicksburg, 4 Jul 63. [NER/NFR.] (B2:889)  //  Same as E.P.M. below?  Probably not Cajun.

MARTIN, E. P. Pvt. Res. Winn Par. En. 17 May 61, New Orleans. Pres. to Aug 61. Sep-Oct 61: Abs. sick, hosp., Jackson, since 11 Oct 61. Nov-Dec 61: Abs. Sick furl. Pres. May 62-Feb 63. POW cap. & prl. Vicksburg, 4 Jul 63. Rpt. in exch. camp, Natchitoches, before 1 Apr 64. POW prl. Natchitoches, 19 Jun 65. [NER.] (B2:889)  //  Same as E.A.M. above?  Probably not Cajun.

MATHIAS, John. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

MCBRIDE, James M. Sgt.  Also Company E, this regiment.  //  CSRC, Index.

PERRY, A. J. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.  //  Same A.J.P. as in Company I, this regiment?

SMITH, A. J. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

SMITH, James. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

SMITH, W. R. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

10  Co. C, 3rd Inf.

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ALFORD, W. H. Sgt.
1

 

Company D (Pelican Rifles No. 2, Blair's, Russell's)

Natchitoches

 

ADAMS, William. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

COUTEE, H. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

CREIGHTON, W. B. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.  //  Served also in Company D, 2nd Regiment Cavalry.

FONTENOT, Gerasime. Pvt.   //  CSRC, Index: Gerasime Fonteneau.

FONTENOT, Valcour. Pvt.   //  CSRC, Index: Valcour Fonteneau.

GALLIEN, Elysee. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

RACHAL, A. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

RACHAL, V. J. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

REED, J. L. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.  //  Same J.L.R. as in Company B, 2nd Regiment Cavalry?

RIDER, Emile. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

SMITH, S. D. Cpl.  //  CSRC, Index.

11  Co. D, 3rd Inf.

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AIREY, Fred W. Sgt. ALEXANDER, Benjamin. Pvt. ALFORD, Thomas R. Pvt.
3

 

Company E (Morehouse Fencibles, Harris', Brashear's)

Morehouse

 

ADAMS, A. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

JOHNSON, J. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

MCBRIDE, James M. Sgt.  See Company C, this regiment.

MILLER, D. L. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.  //  Same D.L.M. as in Company B, Confederate Guards Response Battalion Infantry?

MILLER, George O. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

SMITH, Edward W. Pvt.  See Company A, this regiment.

SMITH, T. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

7  Co. E, 3rd Inf.

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ALMOND, W. J. Pvt. ANDERSON, E. P. Pvt.
2

 

Company F (Shreveport Rangers, Gilmore’s, Kinney’s)

Caddo

 

CARLIN, J. E. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index: J. E. Carline.

CARRIERE, Lee. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index: Lee Carrier.

DUVAL, Daniel S. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index: Daniel S. Duvall.

GOURRIER, Ernest Melchior. Jr2LT.  See Company A, this regiment.

HENRY, J. F. Pvt. Res. Caddo Par. [En. n.d.,n.p.] POW prl. Shreveport, 15 Jun 65. [NER.] (B2:274)  //  Probably not Cajun.

MILLER, James J. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

MILLER, Marion F. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

PERRY, P. L. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

SMITH, Jacob. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

SMITH, Joseph. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

SMITH, Thomas D. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

SMITH, T. W. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

YOUNG, John. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

13  Co. F, 3rd Inf.

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ALLEN, James. Pvt. ALLEN, Samuel. Pvt. ANDERSON, Jehu H. Pvt.
3

 

Company G (Pelican Rifles No. 1, Breazeale’s, Caspari’s, Butler’s)

Natchitoches

 

BOSSIER, Paul. LT.  //  CSRC, Index.

BOSSIER, P. E. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

BOSSIER, Placide. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

GALLIEN, Jules. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

GIMBERT, Isidore. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

HERNANDEZ, S. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

HERNANDEZ, V. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

JOHNSON, J. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

LAMBERT, J. D. Pvt. Res. Natchitoches Par. [En. n.d.,n.p.] POW cap. & prl. Vicksburg, 4 Jul 63. Rpd. in camp for exch., Natchitoches, before 1 Apr 64. Adm. C.S. Gen. Hosp., Shreveport, 31 Aug 64. Rel. fr hosp., 6 Sep 64. POW prl. Natchitoches, 9 Jun 65. (B2:629)

LAMBERT, J. P. Pvt. [En. n.d.,n.p.] POW prl. Vicksburg, 4 Jul 63. [NER/NFR.] (B2:629)

LAMBERT, J. T. Pvt. Res. Natchitoches Par. [En. n.d.,n.p.] POW prl. Natchitoches, 9 Jun 65. (B2:629)

LEMOINE, Thomas. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

LYON, L. H. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

MILLER, Henry. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

PRUDHOMME, C. N. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

PRUDHOMME, J. A. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.  //  Same J.A.P. as in Field & Staff, 2nd Regiment Cavalry?

PRUDHOMME, P. L. 2LT.  //  CSRC, Index.

RACHAL, J. B. D. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

RACHAL, Prosper. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

RACHAL, Tranquilin. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

SANCHEZ, F. N. Sgt.  //  CSRC, Index.

TAUZIN, H. L. Cpl.  //  CSRC, Index.

TAUZIN, Joseph M. Sgt.  //  CSRC, Index.

23  Co. G, 3rd Inf.

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ABBINGTON, T. W. Pvt. ALAMAN, R. Pvt.
2

 

Company H (Monticello Rifles, Richard’s, Currie’s)

Carroll

 

MARTIN, J. A. Pvt. 3Cpl. En. 17 May 61, New Orleans. Pres. to Aug 61. Sep-Oct 61: Sick at Camp Jackson, AR. Nov-Dec 61: Abs. on furl. Pres. May 62-Feb 63. Appt. 3Cpl., 15 May 62. [NFR.] (B2:892)  //  Probably not Cajun.

MARTIN, T. D. Pvt. En. 17 May 61, New Orleans. Pres. to Feb 63. POW cap. & prl. Vicksburg, 4 Jul 63. [NFR.] (B2:898)  //  Probably not Cajun.

PERRY, J. E. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

PERRY, J. R. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

RICHARD, John S. CPT. En. 17 May 61, New Orleans. Pres. to Oct 61. Nov-Dec 61: Abs. on furl. Pres. May 62-Feb 63. POW cap. & prl. Vicksburg, 4 Jul 63. Rpd. in camp for exch., Natchitoches, before 1 Apr 64. [NFR.]  //   Bergeron, La. Confed. Units, 77: John S. Richards.  Booth, La. Confed. Soldiers, 3(2):304: John S. RICHARD.  //  Probably not Cajun.

SMITH, J. M. Pvt.   //  CSRC, Index.

SMITH, N. B. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

YOUNG, James T. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

YOUNG, John T. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

9  Co. H, 3rd Inf.

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ADKINS, J. M. Pvt. ALEXANDER, J. W. Sgt. ALLEIN, B. F. Pvt. ANTHONY, Logan. Pvt.
4

 

Company I (Caldwell Guards, Gunnels’s, Johnson’s, Meredith’s)

Caldwell

 

BERTRAND, Charles. Cpl.  //  CSRC, Index.  //  Probably not Cajun.

HAMILTON, F. M. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

JOHNSON, H. L. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

JOHNSON, J. B. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

JOHNSON, Joseph E. CPT.  //  CSRC, Index.

MARTIN, F. M. Pvt. Res. Caldwell Par. [En. n.d.,n.p.] POW prl. Monroe, 13 Jun 65. [NER.] (B2:890)  //  Probably not Cajun.

MILLER, H. J. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

PERRY, A. J. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.  //  Sam A.J.P. as in Company C, this regiment?

SMITH, J. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

SMITH, P. R. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

10  Co. I, 3rd Inf.

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ANDERSON, L. C. Pvt. ARLIDGE, G. L. Pvt.
2

 

Company K (Pelican Rifles, Viglini's, Gentles's)

East Baton Rouge

 

ADDISON, J. A. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

BOULLION, J. J. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

BOULLION, J. R. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

EDMONSTON, W. L. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index; W. L. Edmonstone.

HARDY, J. H. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

HERNANDEZ, H. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

HERNANDEZ, L. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

PERRY, J. G. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

RODDY, James. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

SANCHEZ, J. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

SMITH, Jed. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

11  Co. K, 3rd Inf.

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AIRTRART, George. Pvt. ALDRICH, M. C. Pvt. ALEXANDER, A. A. Pvt. ALEXANDER, S. V. Pvt. ALLEN, J. B. Pvt.
5

 

No Company Designation

 

BERNARD, A. C. Sgt. [En. n.d.,n.p.] POW cap. Labadieville, 27 Oct 62. Prl. Thibodaux, 24 Nov 62. [NER/NFR.] (B1:175a)

LE BLANC, Maximilian. Pvt. Co. S[sic]. En. 17 May 61, New Orleans. Pres. to Oct 61. Nov-Dec 61: Pres. or abs. not stated. [NFR.] (B2:696)

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