4th Regiment Volunteer Infantry

 

 

[Companies   F&S   A   B   C   D     F  G(1)  G(2)  H   I   K  ?]

 

From Sifakis, Compendium of C.S. Armies: Louisiana, 73-75:

Organization: Organized at Camp Moore on May 25, 1861. Mustered into Confederate service for 12 months at Camp Moore on May 25, 1861. Detachment surrendered at Port Hudson on July 9, 1863. Field consolidation with the 30th Infantry Battalion from November 1864 to March 1865. Field consolidation with the 13th Infantry Regiment, 30th Infantry Battalion, and 14th Sharpshooters Battalion from February 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: Robert J. Barrow, COL [resigned March 21, 1862]

Field Officers: Henry W[atkins] Allen, LTC, COL [March 21, 1862; promoted BG, January 19, 1863]; Samuel E. Hunter, MAJ, LTC [March 21, 1862], COL [January 9, 1863]; William F. Pennington, MAJ [May 19, 1862], LTC January 19, 1863]; E.J. Pullen, MAJ [January 19, 1863]; Thomas E. Vick, MAJ [March 21, 1862; dropped May 19, 1862]

Assignments: Department #1 (May 61-Feb 62); MOUTON’s Brigade, 1st Corps, 2nd Grand Division, Army of the Mississippi, Department #2 (Mar 62); Gibson’s Brigade, Ruggles’ Division, 2nd Corps, Army of the Mississippi, Department #2 (Mar-Apr 62); Anderson’s Brigade, Ruggles’ Division, 2nd Corps, Army of the Mississippi, Department #2 (Apr-May 62); 2nd Sub-district, District of the Mississippi, Department #2 (Jul-Aug 62); Allen’s Brigade, Ruggles’ Division, Breckinridge’s Command, District of the Mississippi, Department #2 (Aug 62); 1st Sub-district, District of the Mississippi, Department #2 (Aug-Oct 62); Department of Mississippi and East Louisiana (Oct 62); 3rd Military District, District of East Louisiana, Department of Mississippi and East Louisiana (Oct 62-Jan 63); Maxey’s Brigade, District of East Louisiana, Department of Mississippi and East Louisiana (Jan-May 63); Miles’ Brigade, District of East Louisiana, Department of Mississippi and East Louisiana [detachment] (May-Jul 63); Maxey’s Brigade, Loring’s Division, Department of the West (May-Jun 63); Maxey’s Brigade, French’s Division, Department of the West (Jun-Jul 63); Maxey’s Brigade, French’s Division, Department of Mississippi and East Louisiana (Jul-Aug 63); Cantey’s Brigade, Department of the Gulf (Sep-Dec 63); Quarles’ Brigade, Breckinridge’s Division, 2nd Corps, Army of Tennessee (Dec 63-Feb 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-Jul 64); Gibson’s Brigade, Stewart’s-Clayton’s Division, 2nd Corps, Army of Tennessee (Jul 64-Jan 65); Gibson’s Brigade, District of the Gulf, Department of Alabama, Mississippi, and East Louisiana (Mar-Apr 65); Gibson’s Brigade, Department of Alabama, Mississippi, and East Louisiana (Apr-May 65)

Battles: Shiloh (April 6-7, 1862); Vicksburg Bombardments (May 18-July 27, 1862); Baton Rouge (August 5, 1862); Port Hudson vs. USS Essex’s crews [detachment] (August 15, 1862); vs. USS Indianola (February 24, 1863); Grierson’s Raid (April 17-May 2, 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); Peach Tree Creek (July 20, 1864); Atlanta (July 22, 1864); Ezra Church (July 28, 1864); Atlanta Siege (July-September 1864); Jonesboro (August 31-September 1, 1864); Franklin [in reserve] (November 30, 1864); Nashville (December 15-16, 1864); Mobile (March 17-April 12, 1865); Spanish Fort (March 27-April 8, 1865)

 

From Bergeron, LA Confed. Units, 80-81:

"This regiment was organized at Camp Moore on May 25, 1861, with 862 men. It received orders to report to the Mississippi Gulf Coast. Through the summer, the companies were divided up between camps at Pascagoula, Biloxi, Pass Christian, Mississippi City, and Ship Island. After the evacuation of Ship Island in September, the regiment moved to Franklin and Brashear City to protect the lower Atchafalaya River and Bayou Teche. In February, 1862, the regiment was ordered to Jackson, Tennessee, to reinforce General Pierre G.T. Beauregard’s army. The regiment fought in the Battle of Shiloh, April 6-7, and lost 209 of the 575 men engaged. On May 2, the regiment was ordered to Edward’s Station, Mississippi. During the first Federal campaign against Vicksburg, May 18-July 27, the regiment performed picket duty around the city. The regiment moved to Camp Moore with General John C. Breckinridge’s army in July. On August 5, the regiment fought in the Battle of Baton Rouge; 42 men were killed, wounded, or missing. The regiment was the first to occupy Port Hudson and helped erect the fortifications there during the fall and winter. The men remained at Port Hudson through the spring of 1863. On May 1, they received orders to try to intercept Colonel Benjamin Grierson’s raiders, and then they marched on to Jackson, Mississippi. A detachment of the regiment, mostly men from Company C, remained behind and participated in the Siege of Port Hudson, May 23-July 9. The regiment joined General William W. Loring’s division at Jackson but soon transferred to General Samuel G. French’s division. The men saw some fighting during the Jackson Campaign, July 5-25, and retreated with the army to Morton. During the fall and early winter, the regiment made up part of the garrison at Mobile, Alabama. In December, the regiment moved to Dalton, Georgia, and joined the Army of Tennessee. The men returned to Mobile in February, 1864, but joined the Army of Tennessee again in May. On May 27, the regiment fought in the Battle of New Hope Church. The regiment was transferred to General Randall L. Gibson’s Louisiana brigade on July 19. The next day, the brigade participated in the Battle of Peachtree Creek. On July 28, the men fought in the Battle of Ezra Church. The regiment made a gallant but futile attack on the enemy at Jonesboro on August 31. In that battle, the regiment was decimated, losing 64 of the 104 men engaged. The regiment was consolidated with the 30th Louisiana Infantry for the invasion of Tennessee. The men fought in a skirmish at Florence, Alabama, but were in reserve during the Battle of Franklin, Tennessee, November 30. Most of the men remaining in the regiment were captured at Nashville, December 16-17. By March, 1865, only 1 lieutenant and 18 enlisted men of the regiment still remained. This remnant was consolidated with the 13th and 30th Louisiana regiments and 14th Louisiana Battalion Sharpshooters and was stationed again at Mobile. The men fought at Spanish Fort, March 27-April 8. After evacuating Mobile, the men reached Meridian, Mississippi, and surrendered there May 12, 1865. During the war, some 1,045 men served in the regiment. Of that number, 155 died in battle, 60 died of disease, 2 died in accidents, 2 were murdered, and 1 drowned."

 

CSRC, M320, rolls 129-137

 

ROSTER

 

Field & Staff

 

ALBERT, S. H. Musc.  //  CSRC, Index.

MARTIN, Jos. Musc. En. 25 May 61, Camp Moore. Pres. May 61-Feb 62. Detl. fr Co. B [then A], this regiment. [NFR.] (B2:894)  //  Probably not Cajun.

2  F&S, 4th Inf.

Individuals from non-Cajun families, CSRC Index

ALLEN, Henry Watkins. COL.
1

 

Company A [formerly Company K] (Hunter Rifles Co. A, Pullen’s, Feister’s)

East Feliciana

 

GREMILLION, D. Pvt.  See Company F, this regiment.

HAMILTON, G. W. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

JOHNSON, H. W. Cpl.  //  CSRC, Index.

JOHNSON, M. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

JOHNSON, Thomas L. Sgt.  //  CSRC, Index.

LAMBERT, Samuel. Pvt. Sgt. En. 25 May 61, Tangipahoa. Pres. to Aug 63. Sep-Oct 63: Abs. Rcd. 20 day furl., 14 Oct 63. Pres. Nov-Dec 63. May-late Aug 64: Abs. fr wds. rcd. in battle of [Ezra Church, GA], 28 Jul 64. Pres. Nov-Dec 64. Late Aug 64-late Feb 65: Abs. Wd. in right leg, 28 Jul 64. [NFR.] (B2:630)  //  Probably not Cajun.

MARTIN, G. Pvt. [En. n.d.,n.p.] POW cap. Pitts[burg] Landing, TN, 8 Apr 62. Sent to Cairo, IL, for exch. fr Camp Douglas, IL, 2 [?] 62. [NER/NFR.] (B2:891)  //  Probably not Cajun.

MAYER, Abraham. Musc.  Member of the company band.  //  CSRC, Index.

MCBRIDE, W. D. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

SMITH, Felix. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

SMITH, H. C. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

SMITH, J. K. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

SMITH, W. H. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

TATE, N. W. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

14  Co. A, 4th Inf.

Individuals from non-Cajun families, CSRC Index

ACHORD, Henry O. Pvt. ADKINS, John. Pvt.
2

 

Company B [formerly Company A] (National Guards, Rauhman’s, Betz’s, Pruyn’s, Devall’s)

East Baton Rouge

 

BISSETT, Ovide. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index: Ovide Bisset.  //  Same as O.B. in Company K, 2nd Regiment Cavalry?

xCOMEAUX [Comaux], Severin [S.]. Pvt. See Company H, this regiment.

GREMILLION, T. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

HARDY, Henry. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

LEJEUNE, Theodore. Pvt.  See Company F, this regiment.

*MARTIN, Francis [Frank]. Pvt. 4/2Sgt. Res. E. Baton Rouge [Par.]. En. 25 May 61, Camp Moore. Pres. to Dec 61. Jan-Feb 62: Pres. or abs. not stated. POW cap. Island No. 10, 8 Apr 62. Sent to Camp Douglas, IL, 1 Aug 62. Fwd. to Vicksburg for exch., 2 Sep 62. Exch. fr Steamer John H. Done nr. Vicksburg, 20 Sep 62. Pres. Nov 62-late Aug 64. Appt. 4Sgt., 1 Oct 63. Prm. 2Sgt., 1 Jul 64. Late Aug 64-late Feb 65: Abs. POW since 17 Dec 64. POW cap. nr. Franklin, TN, 17 Dec 64. Rcd. Mil. Prison, Louisville, KY, fr Nashville, TN, 20 Dec 64. Fwd. to Camp Douglas, 22 Dec 64. Disch. Camp Douglas, 19 Jun 65. (B2:890-1)  //   Probably not Cajun.

MARTIN, Jos. Pvt.  See Field & Staff, this regiment.

PORCHE, P. E. Pvt.  See Company F, this regiment.

ROTH, Benjamin. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

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

10  Co. B, 4th Inf.

Individuals from non-Cajun families, CSRC Index

ALTHANS, August. Pvt. ARMISTEAD, Joseph A. Pvt.
2

 

Company C [formerly Company B] (Lake Providence Cadets, Whicher’s, Pennington’s, Purdy’s)

Carroll

 

ADAMS, W. C.  Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

BARKER, T. J. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

JOHNSON, B. C. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

KLEINPETER, Ed L. Cpl.  //  CSRC, Index.

SHAFFER, Michael D. Sgt.  //  CSRC, Index.

SMITH, George W. LT.  //  CSRC, Index.

SMITH, L. B. Cpl.  //  CSRC, Index.

TAYLOR, George W. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

8  Co. C, 4th Inf.

Individuals from non-Cajun families, CSRC Index

ALEXANDER, B. H. Pvt. ALEXANDER, E. S. Pvt. ALEXANDER, William. Pvt. ALFORD, T. J. Pvt. ALLISON, M. M. Pvt.
BOURKE, William. Pvt.
6

 

Company D [formerly Company E] (West Feliciana Rifles, Tooraen’s, Turner’s, Reed’s)

West Feliciana

 

BISSETT, Pauline. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index: Pauline Bisset.

LACOUR, August. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

LAVERGNE, S. L. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

MILLER, J. L. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

RICHARD, Joseph E. Pvt. Res. St. Landry Par. En. 1 Oct 61, Ocean Springs, MS. Pres. Jan 62-Jun 63. Jul-Aug 63: Abs. on furl. Sep-Oct 63: AWOL. Nov-Dec 63: Des., [?] Sep 63. Late Apr 65: Pres. As cav. fr 28 Nov 63-1 Sep 64, order of Gen. Taylor. POW prl. Meridian, MS, 14 May 65. (B3:305)

TAYLOR, Geo. K. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

VIGNES, Arnold. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

7  Co. D, 4th Inf.

Individuals from non-Cajun families, CSRC Index

 

Company E [formerly Company H] (Lafourche Guards, Vick’s, Lorio’s)

Lafourche

 

ALLAIN, Louis Sylvain. Cpl. Pvt.  Born 17 Feb 1827, Iberville Parish.  Baptized 1 Apr 1827, St. Gabriel Catholic Church, St. Gabriel.  Son of Janvier ALLAIN & Marie Elizabeth BOUSH of Iberville Parish.  Married, age 24, Clara E. KNOBLOCH, daughter of Henri KNOBLOCH & Rosalie GUIDRY of Lafourche Interior Parish, 27 Nov 1851, St. Joseph Catholic Church, Thibodeaux.  Living in Lafourche Parish when he enlisted in Company E,  25 May 1861, Camp Moore, age 34.  Present to Dec 61.  Not on rolls Jan-Oct 62.  Absent Nov-Dec 62, taken prisoner, paroled, no place of capture given.  Present Jan-Apr 63.  Not on roll May-Jun 63.  On hospital register admitted to 1st Mississippi C.S. Hospital, no place given, 6 Jun 63, sent to general hospital, Enterprise, MS, 9 Jun 63.  Present Jul-Oct 63.  Not on rolls Nov 63-Apr 64.  Absent May 64-28 Feb 65, detached service as clerk, commissary department, Montgomery, AL, order of War Department.  Not on unit rolls after Feb 65.  End-of-war POW paroled Natchitoches, 6 Jun 65.  Died Lafourche Parish, 1878, age 51.  Buried St. Joseph Catholic Cemetery, Thibodeaux.  //  Ancestry.com, Civil War Rolls: Louis ALLAIN; rank in Cpl., rank out Pvt.; places him in Company E.  Booth, LA Confed. Soldiers, 1:43: Louis ALLAIN; gives no company at enlistment.  BRDR, 4:7:  Louis Sylvanie ALLAIN.  CSRC, Index: Louis ALLAIN; places him in Company E.  Hébert, D., South LA Records, 3:8:  Louis S. ALLAIN, Louis Silvain ALLAIN.  La. Confed. Burials: Louis Sylvain ALLAIN; gives birth year of 1827, death year of 1878, & places him in Companies E & H.  Patrick, Reluctant Rebel, 150, 154, 159, 161, 257, 263: Louis ALLAIN, Louis Allen; places him in Company I on p. 257, evidently an error.  //  Brother of Sgt. Simon Ernest ALLAIN of this company; & 1Sgt. Faustin Alcée ALLAIN of Company H, Ogden's Regiment Cavarly.  First cousin of BG Louis HÉBERT.  

ALLAIN, Simon Ernest. Sgt.  Called Ernest.  Born 18 Jan 1835.  Baptized 28 May 1835, St. Gabriel Catholic Church, St. Gabriel.  Son of Janvier ALLAIN & Marie Elizabeth BOUSH of Iberville Parish.  Not in Booth.  //  Ancestry.com, Civil War RollsBRDR, 5(rev.):11:  Simon Erneste ALLAIN.  CSRC, Index: Ernest ALLAIN.  //  Brother of Cpl. Louis Sylvain ALLAIN of this company; & 1Sgt. Faustin Alcée ALLAIN of Company H, Ogden's Regiment Cavalry.  First cousin of BG Louis HÉBERT.  

+AUCOIN, Marsilien. Pvt. En. 25 May 61, Camp Moore. Pres. May 61-Dec 63. Aug 64-Feb 65: D. hosp. Marietta, GA, [n.d.]. (B1:88a)

BABIN, Adam. Pvt.  Married Lise SAVOIE, daughter of Ursin SAVOIE & Aselie MATHERNE of Lafourche Parish, 10 Nov 1860, Thibodaux.  En. 25 May 61, Camp Moore. Pres. to Nov 62. Abs. sick at Woodville, MS, Dec 62-Dec 63. [NFR.]  //  Booth, La. Confed. Soldiers, 1:96: Adam BABIN; Hebert, D., South La. Records, 3:24: Adams BABIN.

*+BABIN, Joseph. Pvt. En. 25 May 61, Camp Moore. Pres. to Feb 62. Nov-Dec 62: Abs. Police, Canton, MS. [NER.] Pres. Jan-Dec 63. WIA nr. Atlanta, GA, 28 Jul 64. POW cap. Franklin , TN, 17 Dec 64. Sent to Mil. Prison, Louisville, KY, fr Nashville, TN, 2 Jan 65. Fwd. to Camp Chase, OH, 4 Jan 65. D. Camp Chase, 7 Feb 65. (B1:97a)

+BABIN, Octave. Pvt. En. 25 May 61, Camp Moore. Pres. to Dec 63. MWIA, 28 Jul 64 [Ezra Church, GA]. D. fr effects of wds. rcd., [n.d.]. (B1:98a)

BADEAUX, Adolphe. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

BADEAUX, Emile. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

BENOIT, Philia. Pvt. En. 25 May 61, Camp Moore. Pres. to Dec 61. AWOL, Nov 62-Jun 63. [NER.] Jul-Aug 63: Furl. expired 1 May 63. Not yet ret. [AWOL? Des.?] [NFR.] (B1:168a)

BERNARD, Victor H. Pvt. Band. En. 26 May 61, Camp Moore. Pres. to Dec 63. [NFR.] (B1:178a)

BERTRAND, Charles. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

BERTRAND, Euphimon. Pvt.   //  CSRC, Index.

BESSON, John. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

BESSON, Joseph T. Cpl.  //  CSRC, Index.

BOUDREAUX, Arthur L. Pvt. Cpl. Res. Thibodaux. En. 25 May 61, Camp Moore. Pres. to Apr 65. POW prl. Meridian, MS, 14 May 65. (B1:52b)

BOUDREAUX, Victorin. Pvt. En. 25 May 61, Camp Moore. Pres. to Aug 61. Sep-Oct 61: Disch. at Ship Island, MS. [NFR.] (B1:56b)

+BOURG, Joseph L. Pvt. Cpl. En. 25 May 61, Camp Moore. Pres. to Dec 63. MWIA, [n.p.], 7 Aug 64. D. [n.p.], 7 Aug 64. (B1:60b)

BOURGEOIS, Alces. Pvt. En. 25 May 61, Camp Moore. Pres. to Feb 62. [NFR.] (B1:62b)

*x$BOURGEOIS, Ilde. Pvt. En. 25 May 61, Camp Moore. Pres. to Apr 63. May-Jun 63: Abs. det. at Port Hudson. Pres. Jul 63-Aug 64. POW cap. Nashville, TN, 16 Dec 64. Sent to Mil. Prison, Louisville, KY, 22 Dec 64. Fwd. to Camp Chase, OH, 4 Jan 65. En. in U.S. svc. & trfr. to Chicago, IL, 20 Mar 65. [NFR.] (B1:63b)

+BOURGEOIS, Savinien. Pvt. En. 7 Jan 63, Port Hudson. Pres. to Dec 63. KIA nr. Atlanta, GA, 28 Jul 64. (B1:64b)

BOUVIER, Antenor. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

BRASSEAUX, Henry C. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index: Henry Brasset.

CHAUVIN, Joseph. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

CHIASSON [Chesson], D. Pvt. [En. n.d.,n.p.] POW cap. nr Jackson, MS, 4 Jul 63. Sent to Camp Morton, IN, [n.d]. Disposition unaccounted for. (B1:324)

CHIASSON, Justitien. Pvt.  En. 25 May 61, Tangipahoa. [NFR.] (B1:326)

x*CHIASSON [Chesson], Theodore [T., Charles]. Pvt. En. 25 May 61, Tangipahoa. Pres. to Dec 62. Late Dec 62-Jun 63: Pres. or abs. not stated. 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. [NFR.] (B1:326)

COULON, H. Nicholas. Jr2LT.  //  CSRC, Index.

DAIGLE [Daigre], Ernest. Pvt. En. 25 May 61, Tangipahoa. Pres. to Dec 62. Late Dec 62-late Apr 63 (dated 30 Jul 63): Abs. det. at Port Hudson. POW cap. Port Hudson, [?] Jul 63. To late Oct 63: Abs. det. at Port Hudson. Nov-Dec 63: Abs. POW. May-late Aug 64: AWOL. Trans-Miss. Dept. roll of late Aug 64-late Feb 65: Abs. POW cap. Port Hudson, [?] Jul 63. [NFR.] (B1:520-1)

DARDEN, William R. Cpl.  //  CSRC, Index.

DAUNIS, Orestide. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

DURANT, George A. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

FORET [Faurest, Forest], Joseph M. Cpl. Pvt. En. 25 May 61, Tangipahoa. Pres. to Feb 62. Dec 62-Oct 63: Abs. on det. svc., Atlanta, GA, govt. works. Pres. Nov-Dec 63. May-late Aug 64: Abs. Det. in govt. shop, Atlanta. Late Aug 64-late Feb 65: Abs. Det. in govt. shop, Montgomery, AL, order of War Dept., n.d. Late Apr 65: Abs. Detl. govt. works. [NFR.] (B1:895)

FORET [Faurest, Forest], Robert. Pvt. En. 25 May 61, Tangipahoa. Pres. to Dec 63 fr time of en. WIA, [Ezra Church, GA?], 28 Jul 64. Late Aug 64-late Apr 65: Abs. Wd. 28 Jul 64. In hosp., Montgomery, AL, leg amputated. Prl. Montgomery, 1 Jun 65. (B1:896)

GAUTREAUX [Gauthreaux], Alcee [J. R. Alcee]. Pvt. Res. Assumption Par. En. 7 Jan 63, Port Hudson. Pres. May-Oct 63. Nov-Dec 63: Abs. sick, Cassville, GA. WIA, [Ezra Church, GA], 28 Jul 64. May 64-Apr 65: Abs. wd. POW prl. Meridian, MS, 12 May 65. Prl. POWs, Napoleonville, 1 Nov 65. (B1:989)

GAUTREAUX [Gauthreau], J. R. Pvt. Res. Assumption Par. [En. n.d.,n.p.] POW prl. Citronelle, AL, 4 May 65. [NER.] (B1:989)

GAUTREAUX [Gauthreaux, Geautrreau], Newville. Pvt. Trfr. fr Co. D, 1st Regt. Hvy. Arty., 22 May 64. WIA, [Ezra Chruch, GA], 28 Jul 64. May-Aug 64: Abs. wd., 7 Aug 64. Aug 64-Feb 65: Abs. wd. Apr 65: Abs. wd., 7 Aug 64. [NFR.] (B1:989, 995)

+HEBERT, Camille Valaise. Pvt. See Company H, this regiment.  

xHEBERT, Emile L. Pvt. En. 25 May 61, Tangipahoa. Pres. to Dec 62. Late Dec 62-Jun 63: Abs. Det. at Port Hudson. POW prl. Port Hudson, [?] Jul 63. Jul-Aug 63: Abs. Det. svc. at Port Hudson. Sep-Oct 63: Abs. Det. at Port Hudson, 1 May 63. Nov-Dec 63: Abs. POW. May-late Aug 64: AWOL, Trans-Mississippi Dept. Late Aug 64-late Feb 65: POW cap. in Port Hudson, Jul 62[sic]. Apr 65: Des. [NFR.] (B2:247) Same E.L.H. as Co. C, 7th Regt. Cav.?

HEBERT [Herbert], Oscar F. Pvt. Musc. Res. Thibodaux. En. 1 Aug 61, Camp Twiggs. Pres. to Feb 62. Nov-Dec 62: Pres. sick, Jackson [MS] Hosp., ret. Pres. late Dec 62-Apr 65. POW prl. Meridian, MS, 14 May 65. (B2:280) 

HEBERT [Herbert], Sosthene [S.]. Pvt. En. 25 May 61, Camp Moore. Pres. to Dec 63. May 64-Feb 65: Wd. 28 Jul 64. To late Apr 65: Retired, [n.d.]. POW prl. New Orleans, [?] May 65. POW delivered himself up in Assumption Par., [n.d.]. Prl. in Commsy. Office of Prisoners, New Orleans, 1 Jun 65. (B2:251, 280)

HOTARD, Amedee. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

HYMEL, Alfred. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

JOHNSON, H. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

LAMBERT, Ernest. Pvt. En. 25 May 61, Tangipahoa. Pres. to Feb 62. Nov-Dec 62: Disch. Port Hudson, 24 Nov 62. [NFR.] (B2:629)

*LANDRY, M. Hippolyte [Martin H.]. Pvt. 2LT. Res. Donaldsonville. Cmplx. dark. Hair dark. 5’ 11". Age 28. En. 25 May 61, Tangipahoa. Pres. to Dec 63. Pres. May-late Aug 64. POW cap. nr. Franklin, TN, 17 Dec 64. Rcd. Mil. Prison, Louisville, KY, fr Nashville, TN, 20 Dec 64. Trfr. to Johnson’s Island, OH, 22 Dec 64. Late Dec 64-late Apr 65: Abs. POW. Rel. on oath of alleg. to U.S., [Johnson’s Island?], 16 Jun 65. (B2:644)  

LAPEYROUSE, Eugene. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index: Eugene Laperruque.

LAPEYROUSE, Zepherin. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index: Zepherin Lapeyrouze.

LE BLANC, Charles. Pvt. En. 15 Oct 61, Camp Moore. Pres. to Feb 62. [NFR.] (B2:691) Same C.L. as in Lafourche Regiment Militia?

LE BLANC [Leblanc], Prosper. Pvt. En. 25 May 61, Tangipahoa. Pres. to Dec 61. Regt. ret. of Dec 61: On furl. Jan-Feb 62: Pres. or abs. not stated. [NFR.] (B2:697)

LEVRON, Aurelien. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.  

NAQUIN, Maximilien Emertile. Pvt.  Called Mertile.  Born 13 Jul 1840, Lafourche Interior Parish.  Son of Joseph Paul NAQUIN & Marie Adele BOUDREAUX of Lafourche Parish.  Living in Thibodeaux when he enlisted in Company E (then H), 25 May 61, Camp Moore, age 19.  Present to 30 Apr 65.  End-of-war POW paroled Meridian, MS, 14 May 65, age 24.  Married, age 26, Eveline JOLIBOIS, daughter of Barthélemy JOLIBOIS & Matilde BOURG, 16 Apr 1866, St. Philomena Catholic Church, Labadieville.  //  Booth, LA Confed. Soldiers, 3(1):1252: Myrtil W. NAQUIN, Myrtile M. NAQUIN.  BRDR, 10:431: Mirtil NAQUIN.  Hébert, D., South LA Records, 1:410, 4:353: Maximilien Emertile NAQUIN, Mirthille NAQUIN.  //   Brother of Joseph Marcilien NAQUIN & Paul Ernest NAQUIN of Company H, 30th Regiment/Battalion Infantry; first cousin of Maximin Mertile NAQUIN of this company, & Joseph Émile NAQUIN of Company H, 30th Regiment/Battalion Infantry; nephew of Basile Francois Xavier NAQUIN of Lafourche Regiment Militia.  

+NAQUIN, Maximin Mertile. Pvt. Fifer.  Called Mertile.  Born 20 Nov 1840, Lafourche Interior Parish.  Son of Maximin NAQUIN & Azelie Basilise RICHARD of Lafourche Parish.  Enlisted in Company E (then H), probably 25 May 61, Camp Moore, age 19.  Died of disease, Mississippi City, MS, late summer 61, age 19.  Buried Thibodeaux, 7 Oct 61.  Not in CSRC or Booth.  //  Hébert, D., South LA Records, 1:410, 4:468:  Maximin Mertile NAQUIN, Myrille NAQUIN.  Richey, Tirailleurs, 22, 271:  Myrtis NAQUIN.  //  Richey, p. 22, citing a letter of Father Charles MENARD of Thibodeaux to Archbishop J. M. ODIN, 8 Oct 61, says a Myrtis NAQUIN died of disease at Mississippi City, MS, in the late summer of 1861, that his body was shipped back to Thibodaux, & that 2,000 people attended his funeral!  The death/burial record in Hébert, 4:468, dated 7 Oct 61, says Myrtille NAQUIN died at age 22, but his birth/baptismal record shows that he was actually 19.  //  Brother of Joseph Émile NAQUIN of Company H, 30th Regiment/Battalion Infantry; first cousin of Maximilien Emertile NAQUIN of this company, & Joseph Marcilien NAQUIN & Paul Ernest NAQUIN of Company H, 30th Regiment/Battalion Infantry; nephew of Basile Francois Xavier NAQUIN of Lafourche Regiment Militia.  

PERRY, W. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

*PITRE, Leander D. Pvt. En. 25 May 61, Camp Moore. Pres. to Feb 62. Nov-Dec 62: Abs. sick, [n.p.]. [NER.] Pres. late Dec 62-late Aug 64. Late Aug 64-late Feb 65: Abs. Cap. nr. Nashville, TN, 17 Dec 64. POW cap. nr. Franklin, TN, 17 Dec 64. Rcd. Mil. Prison, Louisville, KY, fr Nashville, TN, 2 Jan 65. Trfr. to Camp Chase, OH, 4 Jan 65. Prl. Camp Chase, [n.d.]. Fwd. to Point Lookout, MD, for exch., 17 Feb 65. Late Apr 65: Abs. POW, 8 Apr 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. (B3:155)

*ROBICHAUX, Desire P. Pvt. Res. Terrebonne Par. Cmplx. fair. Hair dark. Eyes brown. 5’ 6". Age 23 [1865?]. En. 25 May 61, Camp Moore. Pres. to Dec 61. Jan-Feb 62: Pres. or abs. not stated. Nov-Dec 62: Abs. sick, [n.p.]. Pres. late Dec 62-Aug 64. Late Feb-late Apr 65: Abs. POW since 16 Dec 64. POW cap. Franklin, TN, 17 Dec 64. Rcd. Mil. Prison, Louisville, KY, fr Nashville, TN, 22 Dec 64. Fwd. to Camp Chase, OH, 4 Jan 65. Rel. on oath of alleg. to U.S., [Camp Chase?], 12 Jun 65. (B3:350)

ROBICHAUX, Theophile P. Pvt. En. 25 May 61, Camp Moore. Pres. to Dec 63. [NFR.] (B3:351)

RODDY, William. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

xROGER, Adrien. Pvt. Res. Lafourche Par. En. 25 May 61, Camp Moore. Pres. to Dec 62. Late Dec 62-Oct 63: Abs. on detl. scv., Port Hudson. Nov-Dec 63: Abs. POW. [Cap.?] May-late Aug 64: AWOL, Trans-MS Dept. Late Aug 64-late Feb 65: AWOL, date unknown. Late Apr 65: Des. POW prl. New Iberia, 11 Jun 65. (B3:370)

ROMAN, Arthur J. 1Sgt.  //  CSRC, Index.

ROUSSEL, J. Abel. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.  //   Same J.A.R. as in Company F(2nd), Wood's Regiment Mississippi Cavalry?

ROUSSEL, L. Amos. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

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

ROUSTAN, Louis A. Sgt.  //  CSRC, Index.

SANCHEZ, Joseph. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

SMITH, Hampton C. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

SMITH, John. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

TOUPS, Drozin. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

VICKNAIR, Francois. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

VIGNES, Joseph D. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

WILTZ, Edward D. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

70  Co. E, 4th Inf.

Individuals from non-Cajun families, CSRC Index

 

Company F [formerly Company C] (Delta Rifles, Favrot’s, Skolfield’s)

West Baton Rouge

 

ADAMS, Madison. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.  //  Same M.A. as in Ogden's Regiment Cavalry?

ADAMS, W. M. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

ALLAIN, F. E. Pvt.  Not in Booth.  //  Ancestry.com, Civil War Rolls.  CSRC, Index.  //  Served also in Company I, 30th Regiment/Battalion Infantry.  

*ALLAIN, Pierre Augustin. Pvt. 4/2Cpl. Sgt.  Born 11 Oct 1840.  Dark complexion, dark hair, black eyes, 5’ 7".  Living in West Baton Rouge Parish when he enlisted in Company F, 25 May 1861, at Camp Moore, age 20.  Present to Oct 61, appointed 2Cpl. from 4Cpl., 1 Oct 61, date of promotion to 4Cpl. not given.  Present Dec 61-Dec 62.  Absent 1 Jan-30 Apr 63, detached service, no place given.  Absent May-Jun 63, detached service near Port Hudson.  Present Jul-Dec 63.  Absent 30 Apr-31 Aug 64, sick at hospital, no place given.  Absent 31 Aug 64-28 Feb 65, captured at Nashville, TN, 17 Dec 64.  On U.S. POW rolls, captured Nashville, 16 Dec 64, forwarded to Louisville, KY, 22 Dec 64, transferred to Camp Chase, OH, 2 Jan 65, released from Camp Chase on oath of allegiance to U.S., 12 Jun 65, age 23 (actually 24).  Date of promotion to Sgt. not given.  Died probably Thibodaux, Jan 1902, age 61.  Buried St. Joseph Catholic Cemetery, Thibodaux.  //  Ancestry.com, Civil War Rolls: Augustin ALLAIN.  Booth, LA Confed. Soldiers, 1:43: Augustin ALLAIN, Augustine ALLAIN.  CSRC, Index: Augustin ALLAIN.  La. Confed. Burials: Pierre Augustin ALLAIN; provides birth & death as well as burial information; places him in Company E.

AVERY, Dudley. Pvt.  To Company D, 18th Regiment Infantry as 2LT.  //  CSRC, Index.

BABIN, Thomas W. Pvt. En. 25 May 61, Camp Moore. Pres. to Dec 61. [NFR.] (B1:98a)

xBERGERON, C. B. Pvt. En. 25 May 61, Camp Moore. Pres. to Dec 61. Sep-Dec 62: Abs. Detl. in A.G.O., Vicksburg. Jan-Aug 63: Abs. det. svc. Sep-Oct 63: Des. Went home on 30 days’ furl., Oct 62. Not since rpd. Prl. at P.M.O., Baton Rouge, 7 Jun 65. [NER.] (B1:172a)

BERGERON, F. V. Pvt. En. 25 May 61, Camp Moore. Pres. to Dec 61. [NFR.] (B1:173a)

BERNARD, Louis A. Pvt. En. 25 May 61, Camp Moore. Pres. May 61-Dec 62. [NFR.] (B1:177a)

*BERNARD, Philip. Pvt. En. 25 May 61, Camp Moore. Pres. to Dec 61. Cap. nr. Pitts[burg?] Landing, [TN], 7 Apr 62. Rcd. Camp Chase, OH, 23 Sep 62, fr Mil. Prison, Cincinnati, OH. Trfr. to Cairo, IL, 29 Sep 62. Rcd. nr Vicksburg, MS, on bd. Steamer Esmeralda, 1 Nov 62. WIA, Battle of Poor House, 28 Jul 64. To late Feb 65: Abs. wd. Adm. to C.S. Gen. Hosp., Charlotte, NC, 15 Jan 65. Ret. to duty, 3 Apr 65. [NFR.] (B1:177a)

BLANCHARD, J. B. Pvt. En. 19 Sep 62, Port Hudson. [Conscript?] Pres. to Dec 63. [NFR.] (B1:6b) //  Same J.B. as Fausse River Gds. Co. Inf./Mil.?

*BLANCHARD, Samuel. Pvt. En. 25 May 61, Camp Moore. Pres. to Aug 64. POW cap. Nashville, TN, 17 Dec 64. Rcd. at Mil. Prison, Louisville, KY, 22 Dec 64. Fwd. to Camp Chase, OH, 4 Jan 65. Trfr. to Point Lookout, MD, 26 Mar 65. Rel. on oath of alleg., 6 Jun 65. (B1:7b)

BLOUIN, J. E. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

BOURG [Bourk], ______. Pvt. En. 12 Oct 62, Baton Rouge, Co. C, 9th Bn. Inf. [Conscript?] Trfr. to Co. F, 4th Regt. Inf., [n.d.]. [NFR.] (B1:65b)

xBOURG [Bourke], M. Pvt. En. 5 Sep 62, Baton Rouge. [Conscript?] Pres. to late Oct 62. Nov-Dec 62: Abs. sick at home, W. Baton Rouge. Pres. Jan-Jun 63. Des. 30 Jul 63. [NFR.] (B1:65b)

xBOURG [Bourke], O. Pvt. En. 12 Oct 6[2], Port Hudson. [Conscript?] Pres. to Dec 62. Des. 9 May 63. [NFR.] (B1:65b)

BRASSEAUX [Brasseux], A. Pvt. Res. Pointe Coupee Par. En. 13 Aug 62, Camp Breckenridge. [Conscript?] Sep 62-Dec 63: Abs. sick at home in Pointe Coupee Par. [NFR.] (B1:95b)

BREAUX [Brou], T. Pvt. En. 6 Jan 63, Port Hudson. [Conscript?] Jan-Jun 63: Abs. det. svc., signal corps, Port Hudson. POW cap. & prl. Port Hudson, 8 Jul 63. Aug-Oct 63: Abs. Prl. POW. Nov 63-late Aug 64: AWOL. POW rcd. Red River Landing & exch., 23 Oct 64. [NFR.] (B1:132b)

xBROUSSARD, Adolphe. Pvt. En. 25 May 61, Tangipahoa. Pres. to Oct 62. May-Jun 63: Des. 9 May 63. POW cap. nr. Port Hudson, 21 May 63. Oath. [NFR.] (B1:133b)

BROUSSARD, E. Pvt. En. 7 Feb 63, Port Hudson. [Conscript?] Jan-late Apr 63: Trfr. [NFR.] (B1:134b)

+BROUSSARD, U. Pvt. En. 12 Oct 62, Port Hudson. [Conscript?] Pres. to Oct 63. Nov-Dec 63: Sick at hosp., Dalton, GA. KIA, [Ezra Church, GA], 28 Jul 64. (B1:138b)

CARMOUCHE, E. A. 3LT.  //  CSRC, Index.  //  Same E.A.C. as in Company K, 2nd Regiment Cavalry?

CHEMIN, Jean Baptiste. Pvt.  Married Marie GREMILLION by 1859.  Resident of Lakeland area, Pointe Coupee Parish, when he enlisted in Company F, 13 Oct 62, Port Hudson.  AWOL, Nov-Dec 62.  No further record in Booth.  //  Booth, La. Confed. Soldiers, 2:322: J. B. CHEMIN.  BRDR, 9:125: J. B. CHEMIN, Jean Baptiste CHEMIN.  CSRC, Index: J. B. CHEMIN.  Richey, Tirailleurs, 273: J. B. CHEMIN.  Dawn McQuiston, descendant.  //  Brother of Villefred CHEMIN of this company.

CHEMIN, Villefred. Pvt.  Married Jeanne Lucas by 1855.  Resident of Pointe Coupee Parish when he enlisted in Company F, 13 Oct 62, Port Hudson.  AWOL, Nov-Dec 62.  No further record in Booth.  //  Booth, La. Confed. Soldiers, 2:322:  V. CHEMIN.  BRDR, 9:125: Villefred CHEMIN.  CSRC, Index: V. CHEMIN.  Richey, Tirailleurs, 273: V. CHEMIN.  Dawn McQuiston, descendant.  //  Brother of Jean Baptiste CHEMIN of this company.

CHUTZ, John. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

CLOUATRE, E. C. Pvt.  En. 2 Sep 62, Port Hudson.  [Conscript?]  Pres. Sep-Oct 62.  Nov-Dec 62:  AWOL.  [NFR.]  (B1:360)

xCOMEAUX, C. Pvt. En. 4 Feb 63, Port Hudson. [Conscript?] To Apr 63: Des. Pres. May-Jun 63. Jul-Aug 63: Des., 30 Jul 63. [NFR.] (B1:399)

xCOMEAUX, G. Pvt. En. 21 Sep 62, Port Hudson. [Conscript?] Pres. to Oct 62. Nov 6[2]-Aug 63: AWOL. Sep-Oct 63: Des. Went home on 48 hours furl., 20 Dec 62, not since rpt. [NFR.] (B1:399)

+DOIRON, L. Pvt. En. 21 Sep 62, Baton Rouge. [Conscript?] Pres. to Dec 62. Jan-Jun 63: Abs. sick at hosp., [n.p.]. D. Lauderdale Springs, [MS?], 1 Jul 63. (B1:643)

*DOIRON [Dorran], Oscar [O.]. Pvt. Res. West Baton Rouge [Par.]. En. 9 Sep 62, Baton Rouge. [Conscript?] Pres. to late Aug 64. Late Aug-late Feb 65: Abs. Cap. Nashville, 17 Dec 64. POW cap. nr. Franklin, TN, 17 Dec 64. Rcd. Mil. Prison, Louisville, KY, 20 Dec 64. Trfr. to Camp Douglas, IL, 22 Dec 64. Disch., [Camp Douglas?], 19 Jun 65. (B1:643)

DURALDE, J. V., Jr. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.  //  Same J.V.D. as in Company C, 9th Battalion Infantry?

EDMONSTON, John Oscar. Pvt.  Resident of East Baton Rouge Parish when he enlisted in Company F, 19 Mar 62, Corinth, MS.  Present Sep-Oct 62.  Discharged, under age, 21 Nov 62.  //  Booth, La. Confed. Soldiers, 2:755: J. O. EDMONSTON.  CSRC, Index: J. O. EDMONSTON.  George Edmonston, Jr., collateral descendant; source for his full name.  //  Served also in Company C, 18th Battalion Cavalry.

FABRE, L. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

FABRE, V. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.  //  Same V.F. as in Fausse River Guards Company Militia Infantry?

xGIROUARD [Guiraud], C. Pvt. En. 14 Sep 63, Mobile, AL. [Conscript?] Pres. Sep-Dec 63. Apr 64-Feb 65: Des. 24 Jul 64. [NFR.] (B2:135)

GREMILLION, D. Pvt.  Also Company A, this regiment.  //  CSRC, Index: D. Gremillon.

HEBERT, Charles D. Pvt. 3Cpl. En. 25 May 61, Camp Moore. Pres. to Oct 61. Appt. 3Cpl., 1 Oct 61. Pres. to late Dec 61. [NFR.] (B2:246)

LABAUVE, E. Pvt. En. 27 Sep 62, Port Hudson. [Conscript?] Pres. to Jun 63. Jul-Aug 63: Abs. sick at hosp., [n.p.]. [NFR.] (B2:605)

LAFITON, Pit. Pvt.  Enlisted 25 May 61, Tangipahoa [Camp Moore], for one year.  No further record in Booth.  //  Booth, LA Confed. Soldiers, 3(2):618.  CSRC, Index.  Richey, Tirailleurs, 275.

LAVERGNE, H. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index: H. Levergne.

LAVERGNE, P. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index: P. Levergne.

LE BLANC, E. A. Pvt. [En. n.d.,n.p.] POW prl. Port Hudson, [?] Jul 63. [NER/NFR.] (B2:692)

LE BLANC, M. O. Pvt. En. 25 May 61, Tangipahoa. Pres. to late Aug 61. Sep-Oct 61: Disch. on account of weak eyes, 6 Oct 61. [NFR.] (B2:696)

LE BLANC, O. M. 1LT. Elected 1LT, 4 May 61. En. 25 May 61, Tangipahoa, for one year. Late Aug-Oct 61: Resig. & resig. accepted, [?] Oct 61. L.S. Hereford, successor. [NFR.] (B2:696)

LEGENDRE, Dominique. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

xLEJEUNE, Enos. Pvt. En. 25 May 61, Tangipahoa. Pres. to late Dec 61. Jan-Jun 63: Des. 9 May 63. [NFR.] (B2:719)

x*+LEJEUNE, J. Pvt. En. 19 Sep 62, Baton Rouge. [Conscript?] Oct 62: Abs. sick, hosp., Clinton. Pres. Nov-Dec 62. Jan-late Apr 63: Des. Pres. May-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. D. of measles, [Camp Morton], 21 Dec 63. Bur. Green Lawn Cem. (B2:719)

LEJEUNE, Theodore. Pvt.  En. 25 May 61, Tangipahoa. Nov-Dec 62: Pres. Substitute [of?] J. F. Tacneau, since paid to 31 Oct 62. Jan-late Apr 63: AWOL. [NFR.] Also Co. B, this regiment. (B2:720)

+LEJEUNE, Theodule. Pvt. En. 25 May 61, Camp Moore. Pres. to Dec 62. Jan-late Apr 63: Abs. sick at hosp., Canton, MS. May-Jun 63: Abs. Det. nr. Port Hudson. Pres. Jul-Dec 63. Late Aug 64-late Feb 65: KIA, New Hope Church, GA, 27 May 64. (B2:720)

LEMOINE, M. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

LONGUEPEE, A. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

LONGUEPEE, Alcée Numa. Pvt.  Called Numa.  Born 6 Jul 1843, West Baton Rouge Parish, baptized 25 Sep 1843, St. Joseph Catholic Church, Baton Rouge.  Son of Joseph LONGUÉPÉE & Célestine Arthémise SEGUIN of West Baton Rouge Parish.  Enlisted in Company F, 3 Dec 61, Camp Lovell, LA.  Present to Dec 62.  Deserted between 1 Jan-30 Apr 63.  Present May-Jun 63.  No further record in Booth.  Married, age 23, Amelie, daughter of Pierre LECLERC & Felonise TRAHAN, 12 Feb 1866, St. John the Baptist Catholic Church, Brusly.  //  Booth, LA Confed. Soldiers, 3(1):790: Numa LONGUEPEE; BRDR, 6:441, 10:381; Alcé Luma LONGEPEE, Numa LONGUEPEE; CSRC, Index: Numa LONGUEPEE.

PORCHE, E. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

PORCHE, P. E. Pvt.  Also Company B, this regiment.  //  CSRC, Index.

REYNAUD, L. F. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.  //  Served also as CPT & Asst. Supt. A Recon.; & Field & Staff, 2nd Battalion State Guards Cavalry as Adjutant.

RICHARD, Fergus. Cpl. 3/2Sgt. En. 25 May 61, Camp Moore. Pres. to late Aug 61. Appt. 2Sgt. fr 3Sgt., 1 Oct 61. Pres. to late Dec 61. [NFR.] (B3:303-4)

RICHARD, J. Pvt. En. 1 Oct 61, Ocean Springs, MS. Pres. Oct-late Nov 61. Sep-Oct 62: Abs. sick, hosp., [n.p.]. [NER.] Pres. Nov-Dec 62. Jan-late Apr 63: Disch. for substitute, [n.d.]. [NFR.] (B3:304)

SANCHEZ, E. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

SEGUIN, Valmon. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

SMITH, Benjamin S. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

SMITH, J. F. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

SMITH, John. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

ST. MARTIN, P. E. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.  //  Same P.E.St.M. in C.S. Signal Corps?

THIBODEAUX, Adonis. Pvt.  En. 25 Sep 62, Port Hudson. [Conscript?] Pres. to Dec 62. Jan-Jun 63: Pres. Sick in hosp., Canton, MS. Pres. Jul-Dec 63. [NFR.] (B3:801)

xTHIBODEAUX, Alfred. Pvt.  En. 19-25 Sep 62, Port Hudson. [Conscript?] Pres. to Oct 62. Nov-Dec 62: Abs. sick, hosp., [n.p.]. Jan-late Apr 63 (dated 4 Aug 63): Des., [n.d.]. [NFR.] (B3:801)

THIBODEAUX, Alphonse. Pvt.  En. 25 May 61, Camp Moore, Tangipahoa. Pres. to late Dec 61. [NFR.] (B3:801)

THIBODEAUX, Antoine [A.]. Pvt.  En. 29 Mar 62, Corinth, MS. Late Apr-late Aug 62: AWOL. [NFR.]   Buried St. Bernard Catholic Cemetery, Breaux Bridge.  (B3:801)  //  [photo]

THIBODEAUX, Edgar. Pvt.  En. 4-9 Sep 62, Port Hudson. [Conscript?] Pres. to Oct 62. Nov 62-Aug 63: Abs. sick at home, W. Baton Rouge [Par.]. Sep-Dec 63: AWOL. [NFR.] (B3:802)

xTHIBODEAUX, Joseph. Pvt.  En. 13 Oct 62, Port Hudson. [Conscript?] Nov-Dec 62: AWOL. Jan-Aug 63: Des. 16 Jul 63. [NFR.] (B3:802)

*THIBODEAUX, Jules. Pvt.  Res. Baton Rouge. Cmplx. dark. Hair black. Eyes black. 5’ 6". En. 13 Oct 62, Port Hudson. [Conscript?] Pres. to Dec 62. Jan-late Apr 63: Des. Pres. May-Jun 63. POW cap. Jackson, MS, 17 Jul 63. Sent to Snyder’s Bluff, MS, 30 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. Wants to take the oath, ret. home, remain loyal. Recommended. Names appears as signature to an oath of alleg. to the U.S., subscribed & sworn to at Camp Morton, 23 May 65. (B3:802-3)

+TRAHAN, E. Pvt. En. 23-27 Sep 62, Port Hudson. [Conscript?] Pres. to Oct 62. Nov-Dec 62: D. [Port Hudson?], 15 Nov 62. (B3:859)

+TRAHAN, J. Pvt. En. 12 Oct 62, Port Hudson. [Conscript?] Nov-Dec 62: D. [Port Hudson?], 24 Oct 62.  Buried St. Bernard Catholic Cemetery, Breaux Bridge, LA.  (B3:859)  //  [photo]

*TRAHAN [Fraham], J. E. [B. T., Joshua T.]. Pvt. En. 28 Sep 62, Port Hudson. [Conscript?] Late Aug 64-late Feb 65: Abs. POW since 17 Dec 64. POW cap. nr. Franklin, TN, 17 Dec 64. Rcd. Mil. Prison, Louisville, KY, fr Nashville, TN, 20 Dec 64. Sent to Camp Douglas, IL, 22 Dec 64. Prl. Camp Douglas & fwd. for exch. to City Point, VA, 14 Mar 65. Exch. Boulwares Wharf, James River, VA, 18-21 Mar 65. [NFR.] (B1:914, 3:859)

TRAHAN, T. Pvt. En. 12 Oct 62, Port Hudson. [Conscript?] Pres. Nov-Dec 62. Jan-late Apr 63: Abs. sick, hosp., [n.p.]. May-Jun 63: Abs. sick at home. Pres. Jul-Oct 63. Nov-Dec 63: Abs. sick, hosp., Dalton, GA. Late Apr-late Aug 64: Abs. wd., [n.p., n.d.]. Sent to hosp., 9 Aug 64. [NFR.] (B3:861)

74  Co. F, 4th Inf.

Individuals from non-Cajun families, CSRC Index

ALLSWORTH, Edward. Musc. ALVERSON, C. P. Sgt. AMACKER, H. T. Sgt.
3

 

Company G(1st) (Beaver Creek Rifles, Wingfield’s) [later Company E, 9th Battalion Partisan Rangers; & Company E, 3rd Regiment (Wingfield’s) Cavalry]

St. Helena

 

CARLIN, T. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index: T. Carline.

JOHNSON, Michael. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

MARTIN, A. Pvt. En. 25 May 61, Camp Moore. Pres. Jan-Feb 62. [NFR.] (B2:886)  //  Probably not Cajun.

MICHEL, Joseph. Pvt. En. 25 May 61, Camp Moore. Pres. to Feb 62. [NFR.] (B2:963, 964)  //  Served also in Company E, 3rd (Wingfield’s) Regiment Cavalry.  Probably not Cajun.

MILLER, Bryce F. Cpl.  To Company E, 3rd (Wingfield's) Regiment Cavalry.  //  CSRC, Index: B. F. MILLER, Bryce F. MILLER.

MILLER, John W. Pvt.  To Company E, 3rd (Wingfield's) Regiment Cavalry.  //  CSRC, Index: John W. MILLER, J. W. Miller.

SMITH, James E. Pvt.  To Company E, 3rd (Wingfield's) Regiment Cavalry.  //  CSRC, Index.

SMITH, J. W. Cpl.  To Company E, 3rd (Wingfield's) Regiment Cavalry as Pvt.   //  CSRC, Index.

SMITH, W. A. Pvt.  To Company E, 3rd (Wingfield's) Regiment Cavalry.  //  CSRC, Index.

TATE, J. J. Pvt.  To Company E, 3rd (Wingfield's) Regiment Cavalry.  //  CSRC, Index.

TAYLOR, Alex M. Musc.  To Company E, 3rd (Wingfield's) Regiment Cavalry as Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index: Alex M. TAYLOR, A. M. TAYLOR.

YOUNG, E. J. Pvt.  To Company E, 3rd (Wingfield's) Regiment Cavalry.  //  CSRC, Index.  

YOUNG, W. M. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

13  Co. G(1), 4th Inf.

Individuals from non-Cajun families, CSRC Index

AMACKER, Obadiah P. Sgt. AMACKER, Richard M. 1LT. ANDREWS, Thomas J. Cpl.
3

 

Company G(2nd) [formerly Company I] (Hunter Rifles Company B, Hilliard’s, Cornelius’s)

East Feliciana

 

ADAMS, G. D. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

ADAMS, J. J. 1LT.  //  CSRC, Index.

LE BLANC, Ed. Pvt. En. 25 Jul 61, Camp Neafus. To late Aug 61: Pres. w/remarks: Abs. sick. Pres. Sep-Dec 61. Jan-Feb 62: Pres. or abs. not stated. Pres. Sep-Oct 62. Nov-Dec 62: Abs. Detl. in Q.M. Dept., Camp Moore. Jan-late Apr 63: Abs. sick, Port Hudson. May-Jun 63: Abs. sick at home. POW prl. Port Hudson, [?] Jul 63. Jul-Aug 63: Abs. sick, Port Hudson. Cap. & prl. Sep-Oct 63: Abs. Det. POW, Port Hudson. Nov 63-late Aug 64: AWOL. [NFR.] (B2:692)

LECOQ, Alfred. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

MUNSON, L. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

PERRY, B. F. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.  //  Same B.F.P. as in Company B, 6th Regiment Infantry; or CPT in LA Volunteers?

PERRY, W. M. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

POURCIAU, A. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index: A. Pourcian.

SMITH, L. H. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

SMITH, W. C. Sgt.  //  CSRC, Index.

TAYLOR, Carl. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

TAYLOR, K. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

TAYLOR, T. C. W. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

13  Co. G(2), 4th Inf.

Individuals from non-Cajun families, CSRC Index

AMBROSE, Stephen, Jr. Pvt.
1

 

Company H [formerly Company D] (West Baton Rouge Tirailleurs, Williams’s, Aillet’s, Landry's)

West Baton Rouge

 

+AILLET, Louis Alphonse. 4/2Cpl.  Called Alphonse.  Born 1 Sep 1842, West Baton Rouge Parish.  Baptized 15 May 1843, St. Joseph Catholic Church, Baton Rouge.  Son of Augustin AILLET & Apolline AILLET of West Baton Rouge Parish.  Enlisted in Company H, May 61, as 4Cpl, age 18.  On furlough, West Baton Rouge Parish, Jul-Aug 63.  Promoted from 4Cpl. to 2Cpl., 14 Oct 63.  KIA, Jonesboro, 31 Aug 64, age 22.  //  BRDR, 6:6: Louis Alphonse AILLET.  CSRC, Index: Alphonse AILLET.  Richey, Tirailleurs, 167, 214: Alphonse AILLET, Asphonse AILLET.  //  First cousin of CPT Sosthène AILLET of this company.

AILLET, Sosthène. 1Sgt. Jr2LT. CPT.  Born 1822, West Baton Rouge Parish.  Son of Louis AILLET, Sr. (Richey says Louis, Jr.) & Maria Victoria LEJEUNE of West Baton Rouge Parish.  Veteran of the Mexican War, ROUSSEAU's Company of Tirailleurs, 2nd LA Volunteer Infantry, 1846-47.  Married, age 31, Zulma, daughter of Élie Onésime LANDRY & Jeanne Zerbine DUPUY, 1 Feb 1853, St. John the Baptist Church, Brusly, West Baton Rouge Parish.   //  BRDR, 8:5-6.  CSRC, Index.  Richey, Tirailleurs, passim, 214.  //  Uncle of Théodule LEJEUNE of this company; first cousin of Cpl. Louis Alphonse AILLET of this company; married to a first cousin of his successor, CPT Trasimond LANDRY. 

ALEXANDRIE, Adamis. Musc.  //  CSRC, Index.

*ALLAIN, Andrew. Pvt.  Enlisted in Company H, 29 Sep 1862, Port Hudson.  Present to Oct 63.  Absent Nov-Dec 63, sick, Dalton, GA.  Present 1 May-1 Sep 64.  Not on unit rolls after Sep 64.  On U.S. POW rolls, captured near Franklin, TN, 17 Dec 64, sent to Camp Douglas, IL, from POW prison, Louisville, KY, 20 Dec 64, discharged from Camp Douglas, 18 Jun 65.  //  Ancestry.com, Civil War Rolls.   Booth, La. Confed. Soldiers, 1:43.  CSRC, Index.

ALLAIN, Emile. Pvt. 1Cpl.  Enlisted in Company H, 25 May 1861, Camp Moore.  Present to 31 Aug 61, 1Cpl., 25 May-29 Jun 61.  Present Sep-Dec 61.  Absent Nov-Dec 62, detailed as clerk, commissary department, Clinton.  Absent May-Dec 63, on detached service, probably still with commissary department at Clinton.  Absent 1 May-1 Sep 64, detached duty with CPT McRea, Clinton, probably with commissary department.  No further record in Booth.  //  Ancestry. com, Civil War Rolls; rank in Cpl., rank out Pvt.  Booth, LA Confed. Soldiers, 1:43.  CSRC, Index.

ALLAIN, L. Sgt.  //  CSRC, Index: L. Allian.

AUGERON, Louis. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

BABIN, Paul. Pvt. En. 25 May 61, Camp Moore. Pres. to Oct 62. [NFR.] (B1:98a)

xBERNARD, Felix. Pvt. En. 11 Jun 61, Mississippi City. Pres. to Dec 62. Des. 20 Jan 63. [NFR.] (B1:176a)

+BLANCHARD, Jean Baptiste Arthur. Pvt.  Called Arthur.  Born 1840, West Baton Rouge Parish.  Baptized 8 Oct 1840, St. Joseph Catholic Church, Baton Rouge.  Son of Zephirin BLANCHARD, veteran of the War of 1812, & Élise HÉBERT of West Baton Rouge Parish.  Enlisted in Company H, 25 May 61, Camp Moore, age 21.  Absent to Dec 63 (but Richey, pp. 18, 25, 26, 30, 45, 48, says otherwise, including presence at Shiloh, Apr 62).  WIA, Chattahoochee River, GA, 8 Jul 64.  Absent in consequence, but returned to duty.  Wounded in the head by a sabot from an artillery round, Ezra Church, GA, 28 Jul 64.  Died of wounds, Gilmer Hospital, Forsyth, GA, 24 Aug 64, age 24.  //  Booth, LA Confed. Soldiers, 2:5: Arthur BLANCHARD.   BRDR, 6:74: Jean Baptiste Artur BLANCHARD; calls his mother Élise HÉBERT, & says that he had a twin brother, Anatole Alphonse.  Richey, Tirailleurs, 18, 25, 26, 30, 45, 48, 218: Arthur BLANCHARD, Jean Baptiste Arthur BLANCHARD; calls his mother Lize LEVERT, & says his twin brother died at age 14.

BUQUOI, Auguste. Sgt.  //  CSRC, Index.

xCOMEAUX [Comaux], Severin [S.]. Pvt. En. 25 May 61, Camp Moore. Pres. to Oct 62. Nov-Dec 62: Abs. sick at hosp., Clinton. Pres. late Dec 62-Jun 63. Jul-Aug 63: Des. 7 Aug 63. [NFR.] Also Company B, this regiment. (B1:400)

COURTADE, Adelard. 1LT.  //  CSRC, Index.

+CROCHET, Prudent. Pvt.  Born 24 Mar 1839, West Baton Rouge Parish.  Baptized 24 Jun 1839, St. Joseph Catholic Church, Baton Rouge.  Son of Francois Hermogene CROCHET & Marie-Carmelite DAIGLE of West Baton Rouge Parish.  Married, age 21, Adolphine DUPUY, daughter of Adolphe DUPUY & Eleonore BABIN, 22 Jan 1861, West Baton Rouge Parish; 2 daughters.  Enlisted in Company H, 25 May 1861, Camp Moore, age 22.  Present to Dec 63.  Daughter Olymph born in West Baton Rouge Parish, c1862.  MWIA, 28 Jul 64, Ezra Church, GA, age 25; left on field.  Daughter Ouida born posthumously in West Baton Rouge Parish, c1864.  Widow received subsistence $$ from West Baton Rouge Parish Police Jury after the War & remarried to Théodule HÉBERT, West Baton Rouge Parish, 1 Oct 1867.  //  Booth, LA Confed. Soldiers, 2:484.  BRDR, 5(rev.):169.  CSRC, Index.  Richey, Tirailleurs, 220.  //  Brother-in-law of Leon Adolphe DUPUY of this company.  

+DAIGLE, Joachim. Pvt.  Enlisted in Company H, 25 May 61, Camp Moore.  Sick May 61, New Orleans, name cancelled on roll in pencil, remark cancelled in ink.  No further record in Booth.  Richey, pp. 26, 220, says he contracted pneumonia at Berwick City, early winter 61, was sent to a hospital in New Orleans & died at home, 1862.  //  Booth, LA Confed. Soldiers, 2:519.  Richey, Tirailleurs, 26, 220.  //  Brother of Joseph Isodore, Lewis, & Prudent DAIGLE of this company.

DAIGLE, Joseph I. [Isidore.] Pvt. Res. West Baton Rouge [Par.]. En. 5 Aug 62, Baton Rouge. Pres. to Dec 63. May-Sep 64: Abs. on sick furl. at Calhoun Station, Lowndes Co., AL. Pres. late Aug 64-late Feb 65. To new Co. E, [n.d.]. Apr 65 (new Co. E): Pres. Prl. Meridian, MS, 14 May 65. (B1:519)  //  Brother of Joachim, Louis, & Prudent DAIGLE of this company.

*DAIGLE, Louis. Pvt. Jr2LT.  Resident of Brusly Landing.  Dark complexion.  Dark hair.  Hazel eyes. 5’ 8". Age 27 in late 64.  Served in Company F, 1st (Dreux's/Rightor's) Battalion Infantry as Pvt., Apr 61-May 62.  Enlisted in Company H, 16 Aug 62, Port Hudson. Present to Sep 64, elected Jr2LT, 26 Nov 62.  On U.S. POW rolls, captured Nashville, TN, 16 Dec 64, received Military Prison, Louisville, KY, 19 Dec 64, sent to Johnson’s Island, OH, 20 Dec 64, released on oath of allegiance to U.S., Johnson's Island, 16 Jun 65.  Returned home via Sandusky & Cincinnati, OH, late Jul 65.  //  Booth, LA Confed. Soldiers, 2:519: Lewis DAIGLE.  Richey, Tirailleurs, 89, 221: Louis DAIGLE.   //  Brother of Joachim, Joseph Isodore, & Prudent DAIGLE of this company.

DAIGLE, Prudent. Pvt. En. 25 May 61, Tangipahoa. Pres. to Dec 63. WIA, Ezra Church, GA, 28 Jul 64. May-Sep 64: Abs. wd. in hosp., Forsyth, GA. Late Aug 64-late Feb 65: Abs. sick in hosp., date unknown. Words in quotations cancelled. POW prl. Baton Rouge, 21 Jun 65. (B1:520)  //  Brother of Joachim, Joseph Isodore, & Louis DAIGLE of this company.

DAVID, Lawrence A. Pvt. [En. n.d.,n.p.] [NFR.] (B1:545)

*DOIRON [Dizier, Dorson], Albert [Alf., A.]. Pvt. En. 25 May 61, Tangipahoa. Pres. to Dec 61. WIA, Shiloh, TN, [n.d.]. Sep 62-Sep 64: Abs. Wd. at Shiloh, at home in Baton Rouge. POW cap. Baton Rouge, 11 Dec 64. Rcd. Ship Island, MS, fr New Orleans, 25 Jan 65. Prl. 17 May 65, [n.p.]. (B1:643)

*DOIRON, Joinville [Jas., Jos.]. Pvt. 3Cpl. En. 25 May 61, Tangipahoa. Pres. to late Dec 62. Late Dec 62-Jun 63: Abs. on det. svc. at Port Hudson. Pres. Jul-Oct 63. Appt. 3Cpl., 14 Oct 63. POW cap. nr. Jonesboro, GA, 31 Aug 64. Adm. to Gen. Fld. Hosp., Atlanta, GA, 20 Sep 64. Trfr. to Gen. Hosp., [n.p.], 31 Oct 64. Fwd. to U.S. Gen. Hosp., Chattanooga, TN, 4 Nov 64. Sent to Mil. Prison, Louisville, KY, 21 Feb 65. Rcd. Camp Chase, OH, 3 Mar 65. Trfr. to Point Lookout, MD, for exch., 26 Mar 65. Rel. on oath, [n.p.], 6 Jun 65. (B1:643)

*DOIRON, Jules. Pvt. Res. Shelby Co., TN. En. 27 Sep 62, Port Hudson. Pres. to Sep 64. Late Aug 64-late Feb 65: Abs. POW since 17 Dec 64. POW cap. nr. Franklin, [TN], 17 Dec 64. Rcd. Mil. Prison, Louisville, KY, 20 Dec 64. Sent to Camp Douglas, IL, 22 Dec 64. Disch. Camp Douglas, 19 Jun 65. (B1:643)

DOIRON [Duiron], Theodore [T.]. Pvt. 4Sgt. En. 25 May 61, Tangipahoa. Pres. to Jun 63. WIA, left hand, Jackson, MS, 13 Jul 63. Jul-Dec 63: Abs. Wd. at Jackson. In hosp. at Lauderdale Springs, MS. Prm. to 4Sgt., 14 Oct 63. Pres. May-Sep 64. Disabl. fr duty by wd. rcd. at Jackson, MS. Late Aug 64-late Feb 65: Abs. Wd. at Jackson, MS, in left hand. [NFR.] (B1:643)  //  [photo]

DUPUY, Leon Adolphe. Pvt. 2Cpl. 4Sgt.  Son of Adolphe DUPUY & Eleonore BABIN of West Baton Rouge Parish.  En. 25 May 61, Tangipahoa. Pres. to late Jun 61. Prm. to 2Cpl., 29 Jun 61. Jul-Dec 61: Pres. as 4Sgt. [NFR.] (B1:729)  //  Brother-in-law of Prudent CROCHET of this company.  

DUPUY [Dupey], Louis O. Pvt. [En. n.d.,n.p.] POW prl. Baton Rouge, 7 Jun 65. [NER.] (B1:722, 729)  //  Same as O.D. below?

DUPUY, Octave. Pvt. 4Sgt. En. 25 May 61, Tangipahoa. Pres. to late Jun 61. Appt. 4Sgt., 29 Jun 61. Pres. Jul-Oct 61. Nov-Dec 61: On furl. of 15 days since 31 Dec 61. [NFR.] (B1:729)  //  Same as L.O.D. above?

FERBOS, Ulysse. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

GASSIE, August. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

GASSIE, William. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

GUIDRY, Villeneuve. Pvt. En. 1 Jul 61, Mississippi City. Pres. to Dec 61. [NFR.] (B2:127)

*HEBERT, Albert. Pvt. 1Sgt. En. 25 May 61, Camp Moore. Pres. to Sep 64. Prm. 1Sgt., 4 Oct 63. POW cap. Nashville, TN, 16 Dec 64. Sent to Mil. Prison, Louisville, KY, 2 Jan 65. Trfr. to Camp Chase, OH, 6 Jan 65. Prl. Camp Chase, [?] 65. Exch. Pt. Lookout, MD, 17 Feb 65. To Feb 65: Abs. POW since 17 Dec 64. POW prl. Baton Rouge, 7 Jun 65. (B2:245)

HEBERT [Herbert], Alexis. Pvt. En. 25 May 61, Camp Moore. Pres. to Oct 61. Nov-Dec 61: Pres. w/remarks: on furl. Since 29 Dec for 7 days. [NFR.] (B2:278)  //  Younger brother of Raphael HEBERT of this company.

HEBERT, Allain. Pvt. En. 26 Sep 62, Port Hudson. [Conscript?] Pres. Se-Dec 62. Dec 62-May 63: Abs. sick in Port Hudson. May 63-Sep 64: Abs. sick in hosp., [n.p.]. [NFR.] (B2:245-6)

xHEBERT, Amedee. Pvt. En. 25 May 61, Camp Moore. Pres. to Oct 62. Nov-Dec 62: Abs. sick at home in W. Baton Rouge [Par.]. To Jun 63: Abs. sick in hosp., Canton, MS. Jul-Aug 63: Abs. in hosp., Lauderdale Springs, [MS?]. Pres. Sep-Dec 63. May-Sep 64: AWOL. Aug 64-Feb 65: Des. at Dalton, GA, [?] Dec 63. [NFR.] (B2:246)

*HEBERT [Herbert], Bibe [B. A.]. Sgt. [En. n.d.,n.p.] POW cap. nr. Nashville, TN, 16 Dec 64. Rcd. Camp Chase, OH, fr Louisville, KY, 6 Jan 65. Trfr. to Point Lookout, MD, & exch., 17 Feb 65. POW prl. Baton Rouge, 7 Jun 65. [NER.] (B2:278, 279)

+HEBERT, Camille Valaise. Pvt.  Born 11 Dec 1841, West Baton Rouge Parish.  Baptized 26 Dec 1841, St. John the Baptist Catholic Church, Brusly Landing.  Son of Eli HEBERT & Gertrude BABIN of West Baton Rouge Parish.  Single, living in West Baton Rouge Parish when he enlisted in Company H, 25 May 61, Camp Moore, age 19.  Present May 61-Dec 63.  Died of chronic diarrhea, Academy Hospital, Marietta, GA, 13 Feb 64, age 22.  Also Company E, this regiment.  //  Booth, La. Confed. Soldiers, 3(1):246: Camille HEBERT.  BRDR, 6:308: Camile Valaise HEBERT.  Richey, Tirailleurs, 230-31: Camille HEBERT.   //  Brother of Felix & Theodore HEBERT of this company; brother-in-law of Amedee HEBERT of this company.

HEBERT, Charles. Pvt. En. 25 May 61, Camp Moore. Pres. to Oct 61. Nov-Dec 61: On furl. since 15 Dec 61, sick. Pres. Sep-Dec 62. POW cap. & prl. Vicksburg, 4 Jul 63. Aug 63-Sep 64: Abs. Left at Port Hudson, taken prisoner. [NFR.] (B2:246)

HEBERT, Christopher. Pvt. En. 25 May 61, Camp Moore. Pres. to Dec 63. May-Sep 64: Abs. wd. [NFR.] (B2:246)

HEBERT, Edward. Pvt. En. 25 May 61, Camp Moore. Nov-Dec 61: Disch., Mississippi City, [?], 25 Jun 61. [NFR.] (B2:247) Same E.H. as in Co. G, 1st Regt. Hvy. Arty., or Co. E, 29th (Thomas’) Regt. Inf.?

HEBERT [Herbert], Emile. Pvt. Res. West Baton Rouge [Par.]. En. 27 Sep 62, Port Hudson. [Conscript?] Pres. to Apr 65. POW prl. Meridian, MS, 14 May 65. (B2:279)

HEBERT [Herbert], Felix [T. L., Lewis]. Pvt. 2Sgt. En. 25 May 61, Camp Moore. Pres. May 61-Dec 62. Dec 62-Aug 63: Abs. Left in hosp., Osyka, MS, 9 May 63. Pres. Sep-Oct 63. Prm. 2Sgt., 14 Oct 63. Pres. Nov 63-Sep 64. May 64-Feb 65: Abs. on sick furl., date unknown. [NFR.] (B2:279)

HEBERT, Hubert. Pvt. 3Cpl. En. 25 May 61, Camp Moore. May-Aug 61: Appt. 3Cpl., 29 Jun 61. Sep-Dec 61: Disch. on surg.’s certif., East Pascagoula, [MS?], 7 Sep 61. [NFR.] (B2:248) Same H.H. as in Cos. D & H, 18th Regt. Inf.?

HEBERT, Jean Baptiste. Pvt. En. 25 May 61, Camp Moore. Pres. to late Dec 62. POW cap. & prl. Port Hudson, [?] Jul 63. Aug-Dec 63: Abs. Left on det. svc., Port Hudson. Prisoner. Pres. May 64-Feb 65. [NFR.]  Buried St. Francis Regis Catholic Cemetery, Arnaudville; his UCV grave marker calls him J. B. HEBERT.  //  Booth, La. Confed. Soldiers, 3(1):248: Jn. Bte. HEBERT.   //  [photo]

HEBERT [Herbert], Landry. Pvt. En. 29 Sep 62, Port Hudson. [Conscript?] To Dec 62: Abs. Det. to take charge of his plantation & estate of W. S. LANDRY. Dec 62-Dec 63: Abs. on det. duty. May-Sep 64: Abs. on det. duty in West Baton Rouge [Par.]. [NFR.] (B2:280)

HEBERT, Louis. Pvt. Sgt. En. 25 May 61, Camp Moore. Pres. to Dec 61. [NFR.] (B2:249)

*HEBERT, Numa. Pvt. 1Sgt. LT. En. 26 May 61, Camp Moore. Pres. to Dec 63. Elected LT, 17 Sep 63. May-Sep 64: Abs. wd., 17 May 64. On furl. in Mobile, AL. To Feb 65: Abs. wd. in hand, 27 May 64. POW cap. East Baton Rouge [Par.], 18 Jan 65. Sent to New Orleans, 22 Jan 65. Exch. 11 May 65. (B2:249)

*HEBERT, Oscar. Pvt. Res. Baton Rouge. Cmplx. florid. Hair dark. Eyes gray. 5’ 10½". En. 25 May 61, Tangipahoa. Pres. to Oct 62. Nov-Dec 62: Pres. Detl. as teamster since 6 Nov 62. Late Dec 62-Jun 63: Abs. Det. at Port Hudson. Jul-Aug 63: Abs. Left on det. svc. in Clinton. Sep-Oct 63: Abs. Left at Port Hudson on det. duty & a prisoner. May-Sep 64: Abs. Left on det. duty at Clinton. Nov-Dec 64: Abs. Left on det. duty at Port Hudson & prisoner. Late Aug 64-Feb 65: Abs. on wd. furl., order & date unknown. POW cap. Fort Adams, [?], 6 Oct 63. Rcd. Camp Morton, IN, fr Cairo, IL, 20 Oct 63. Rel. on oath of alleg., 22 May 65. (B2:250)

HEBERT, Raphael, Jr. Pvt. En. 26 May 61, Camp Moore. Pres. May-Dec 61. [NFR.] (B2:250)  //  Older brother of Alexis HEBERT of this company.  

HEBERT, Rosemond. Pvt. En. 26 May 61, Camp Moore. Pres. May-Oct 61. Nov-Dec 61: Pres. On furl. for 7 days since 29 Dec 61. [NFR.] (B2:250)

HEBERT, Theodore. Pvt. En. 13 Dec 61, Berwick City. Pres. to Dec 62. Late Dec 62-late Jun 63: Abs. Left sick in Port Hudson. POW prl. Port Hudson, 4 Jul 63. Aug 63-Sep 64: Abs. Left sick at Port Hudson. Taken prisoner. [NFR.] (B2:251)

HENRY, Evariste. Pvt. En. 25 May 61, Camp Moore. Pres. May-Dec 61. [NFR.] (B2:273)

JOHNSON, Harvey. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

*LANDRY, Alcide. Pvt. En. 25 Jul 61, Mississippi City, MS. Pres. to Dec 61. Sep-Dec 62: Abs. Left in hosp., Canton, MS. Pres. late Dec 62-Dec 63. May-Sep 64: Abs. wd. & in consequence abs. To late Feb 65: Abs. on wd. & furl., order & date unknown. POW cap. nr. Franklin, TN, 17 Dec 64. Rcd. Mil. Prison, Louisville, KY, fr Nashville, TN, 20 Dec 64. Fwd. to Camp Douglas, IL, 22 Dec 64. Disch. [Camp Douglas?], 20 Jun 65. (B2:638)  

LANDRY, Amédée. Sgt.  Son of Narcisse LANDRY & Marie Carmelite HÉBERT of West Baton Rouge Parish.  Enlisted in Company H, 25 May 61, Camp Moore.  Discharged, Camp Moore, 25 May 61, to return home to oversee his father's plantation near Brusly Landing, West Baton Rouge Parish.   //  Booth, LA Confed. Soldiers, 3(1):638: Amedie LANDRY.  Richey, Tirailleurs, 12; source for notation about his discharge, which was to satisfy the Confederacy's "Twenty Negro Rule."  //  Brother of Pierre Bélisaire, Simon Alcide, & Trasimond LANDRY of this company; second cousin of Anatole & Joseph Alfred LANDRY of this company; second cousin of R. Prosper LANDRY of the Donaldsonville Artillery; & brother-in-law of Simon Octave RIVET of this company. 

LANDRY, Anatole. Pvt. En. 25 May 61, Tangipahoa. Pres. to Dec 61. WIA Shiloh, TN, [?] Apr 62. Sep-Oct 62: Wd. Shiloh, [n.d.]. At home in W. Baton Rouge [Par.]. Since disch. [NFR.] (B2:638)  //  Brother of Joseph Alfred LANDRY of this company; & second cousin of Amedee, Pierre Belisaire, Simon Alcide, & Trasimond LANDRY of this company.

xLANDRY, Joseph Alfred. Pvt. En. 27 Sep 62, Baton Rouge. [Conscript?] Pres. to Dec 62. Late Dec 62-May 63: Des. 16 Jul 62[sic]. Pres. May-Jun 63. Jul-Aug 63: Des. 16 Jul 63. [NFR.] (B2:642: J. A. LANDRY.  //   Brother of Anatole LANDRY of this company; & second cousin of Amedee, Pierre Belisaire, Simon Alcide, & Trasimond LANDRY of this company.

LANDRY, J. N. Pvt. En. 25 May 61, Tangipahoa, for one year. [NFR.] (B2:642)

LANDRY, L. Pvt. En. 11 Dec 61, Berwick City. [NFR.] (B2:643)

LANDRY, Pierre Bélisaire. Jr/2LT.  Called Bélisaire.  Born 29 Jun 1824, Brusly Landing.  Baptized 19 Mar 1825, St. Joseph Catholic Church, Baton Rouge.  Son of Narcisse LANDRY & Marie Carmelite HÉBERT of West Baton Rouge Parish.  Veteran of the Mexican War, ROUSSEAU's Company of Tirailleurs, 2nd LA Volunteer Infantry, 1846-47.  West Baton Rouge Parish assessor, 1849-51.  Married Marguerite Gatton Manuelite "Lise" LEVEQUE, 20 May 1851, St. John the Baptist Catholic Church, Brusly.  Member of West Baton Rouge Police Jury, 1857-61.  Living near Brusly Landing, overseer on his father's plantation, which contained 42 slaves, when he enlisted in Company H, 25 May 61, Camp Moore, as 3LT.  Promoted to 2LT, Jun 61. Absent on 15-day furlough from 17 Oct 61.  Present Nov-Dec 61.  Present Jan 62, Camp Lovell, Berwick City.  Wounded in leg, Shiloh, TN, Apr 62.  On sick leave, home, from 16 Apr 62.  Resigned 19 May 62, succeeded by D. B. Gorham of Company F.  No further record in Booth.   //  Booth, La. Confed. Soldiers, 3(1):639: B. LANDRY.  BRDR, 4:334, 7:292: Bélisaire LANDRY, Pierre Bélizaire LANDRY.  Richey, Tirailleurs, 238: Pierre Belisaire LANDRY.  //   Brother of Amédée, Simon Alcide, & Trasimond LANDRY of this company; second cousin of Anatole & Joseph Alfred LANDRY of this company; second cousin of R. Prosper LANDRY of the Donaldsonville Artillery; & brother-in-law of Simon Octave RIVET of this company.  

*LANDRY, Simon Alcide Joseph. Pvt.  Born 16 Aug 1845, Brusly Landing.  Son of Narcisse LANDRY & Marie Carmelite HÉBERT of West Baton Rouge Parish.  Enlisted in Company H, 1 Oct 63, Mobile, AL, age 18. Present to Dec 63. Present May-Sep 64.  Absent, POW since 17 Dec 64.  No further record in Booth.  Captured Hollow Tree Gap, near Franklin, TN, 17 Dec 64.  Arrived Camp Douglas, IL, 24 Dec 64.  Married Marie Celeste LEVEQUE after the War.  Moved to Lake Charles, Calcasieu Parish, & worked for the railroad.  Applied for veteran's pension, Mar 1911, age 66, while living in Ward 4, Calcasieu Parish.   //  Booth, LA Confed. Soldiers, 3(1):646: S. A. LANDRY.   Richey, Tirailleurs, 192, 237: Joseph Alcide LANDRY, Simon Alcide LANDRY, Simon Alcide Joseph LANDRY.  //   Brother of Amedee, Pierre Belisaire, & Trasimond LANDRY of this company; second cousin of Anatole & Joseph Alfred LANDRY of this company; second cousin of R. Prosper LANDRY of the Donaldsonville Artillery; & brother-in-law of Simon Octave RIVET of this company.  

*LANDRY, Trasimond. 2Sgt. Pvt. 1LT. CPT.  Born 7 Aug 1839, Addis, West Baton Rouge Parish.  Baptized 28 Oct 1839, St. Joseph Catholic Church, Baton Rouge.  Son of Narcisse LANDRY & Marie Carmelite HÉBERT of West Baton Rouge Parish.  Dark complexion. Dark hair. Gray eyes. 5’ 11".  Attended Jesuit College of Sts. Peter & Paul, Baton Rouge, to 1855; Jefferson College, Convent, 1855-59; & St. Joseph's College, Bardstown, KY, 1859-61.  Living near Brusly Landing with his father, who owned 42 slaves, when he enlisted in Company H, 25 May 61, Camp Moore, age 21, as 2Sgt.  Present to Dec 61, 2Sgt., 25 May-29 Jun 61, reduced to Pvt. at his own request, 29 Jun 61.  Brevetted 1LT by COL Allen, 18 Apr 62.  Elected 1LT, 19 May 62.  Present Sep 62-Aug 63.  Elected CPT to replace Sosthène AILLET, 25 Nov 62.  Present Nov 63-Sep 64.  On U.S. POW rolls, captured Hollow Tree Gap, near Franklin, TN, 17 Dec 64, received Military Prison, Louisville, KY, from Nashville, TN, 20 Dec 64, transferred to Johnson’s Island, OH, 22 Dec 64, released on oath of allegiance to U.S., Johnson's Island, 16 Jun 65.  Returned home via Sandusky & Cincinnati, OH, late Jul 65.  Farmer & teacher after the War.  Married, age 28, Marie Amelie, daughter of Joseph Amédée BUJOLE & Anne Adele LANDRY, 3 Nov 1867, St. John the Baptist Church, Brusly, West Baton Rouge Parish, 5 children.  Clerk of court, West Baton Rouge Parish, 1875.  Died of yellow fever, 18 Feb 1879, age 39.  Buried St. John the Baptist Catholic Cemetery, Brusly.  //  Booth, LA Confed. Soldiers, 3(1):647.  BRDR, 5(rev.):373.   Richey, Tirailleurs, 7, 16, 53, 97, 239.  //   Brother of Amédée, Pierre Bélisaire, & Simon Alcide LANDRY of this company; second cousin of Anatole & Joseph Alfred LANDRY of this company; second cousin of R. Prosper LANDRY of the Donaldsonville Artillery; & brother-in-law of Simon Octave RIVET of this company; first cousin of the wife of his predecessor, CPT Sosthène AILLET.  //  [photo]

LE BLANC, Ursin. 4Cpl. 3Sgt. En. 25 May 61, Tangipahoa. Pres. to Dec 61. Appt. 3Sgt. fr 4Cpl., 29 Jun 61. WIA, Shiloh, TN, [?] Apr 62. Sep-Dec 62: Abs. Wd. Shiloh. At home in W. Baton Rouge [Par.]. Late Dec 62-Sep 64: Abs. Wd. Shiloh. Abs. in consequence. [NFR.] (B2:697)

LEJEUNE, Theodore. Pvt. En. 25 May 61, Camp Moore. Pres. to Oct 61. Nov-Dec 61: Pres. w/remarks: On furl. for 7 days since 28 Dec 61. Sep-Oct 62: Pres. w/remarks: Abs. sick at home in W. Baton Rouge [Par.], since ret. [NFR.] (B2:720)

xLEJEUNE, Theodule. Pvt. En. 25 May 61, Camp Moore. Pres. to Dec 61. Pres. Sep-Dec 62. Late Dec 62-Aug 63: Des. 14 May 63. [NFR.] (B2:720)  //  Nephew of CPT Sosthene AILLET of this company.

xLEJEUNE, Theogene. Pvt. En. 25 May 61, Tangipahoa. Pres. to Dec 61. POW cap. nr. Port Hudson, 21 May 63. Remarks: Oath. [NFR.] (B2:720)

LEVEQUE, Joseph Augustus. 1LT.  //  CSRC, Index: J. A. LEVEQUE, Joseph A. LEVEQUE.  //   Served also in Field & Staff, 8th Regiment Cavalry as MAJ & Surgeon.  //  Brother of Lewis & Samuel LEVEQUE of this company.  

LEVEQUE, Lewis. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.  //  Brother of J. A. & Samuel LEVEQUE of this company.

LEVEQUE, Samuel. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.  //  Brother of J. A. & Lewis LEVEQUE of this company.

LONGUEPEE, Edmond. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

LONGUEPEE, Hilaire. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

LONGUEPEE, L. A. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

+MARTIN, Lewis. Pvt. En. 25 May 61, Camp Moore. Pres. to Dec 61. Sep-Dec 62: Left at hosp., Corinth, MS, supposed d. Dec 62-Aug 63: Abs. in consequence of wds. rcd., Shiloh, TN, [n.d.]. Sep-Oct 63: D. of wds. (B2:896)

MARTIN, Theodore. Pvt. En. 25 May 61, Camp Moore. Pres. to Aug 63. Sep-Dec 63: Abs. sick, hosp., Mobile, AL. To Sep 64: Abs. WIA, [Ezra Church, GA], 28 Jul 64. To late Feb 65: Abs. on sick furl., date unknown. [NFR.] (B2:898)

RENAUD, John. Cpl.  //  CSRC, Index.

xRICHARD, Octave. Pvt. En. 13 Dec 61, Berwick City. Pres. Sep 62-Jun 63. [NER.] Jul-Aug 63: Des. [NFR.] (B3:305)

RIVET, Simon Octave. Pvt.  Born 12 Aug 1829, Iberville Parish.  Baptized 5 Sep 1829, St. Gabriel Catholic Church, St. Gabriel.  Son of Isidore RIVET & Clothilde Morales of Iberville Parish.  Married, age 30, Marguerite Josephine LANDRY, daughter of Narcisse LANDRY & Marie Carmelite HÉBERT, 12 Jul 1860, St. John the Baptist Catholic Church, Brusly Landing, 5 children.  Resident of New Orleans at the time of his marriage.  Enlisted in Company H, 27 Sep 62, Port Hudson, age 33, probably a conscript.  Present to Dec 63.  Absent sick, Baton Rouge, May-Sep 64.  Roll to 28 Feb 65 says, "Deserted at Dalton, Ga., Dec. ___, 1863," but probably went home due to illness.  No further record in Booth.  Worked in clerk of court's office, Baton Rouge, after the War.  Died 15 Jan 1903, probably in Mark (now Addis), age 73.  Buried St. John the Baptist Catholic Cemetery, Brusly.  //  Booth, LA Confed. Soldiers, 3(2):334: S. O. RIVET.  BRDR, 4:481, 9:460: Simon Octave RIVET.  Richey, Tirailleurs, 246: Simon Octave RIVET.  //  Brother-in-law of Amedee, Pierre Belisaire, Simon Alcide, & Trasimond LANDRY of this company.

SERRETTE, Gustave. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index: Gustave Serret.  //   Same G.S. as in Company C, 2nd Regiment Cavalry?

SIMON, Henry. Pvt. En. 25 May 61, Tangipahoa, for one year. [NFR.] (B3:574)

TEMPLET, Amadeo. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

TULLIER, Dorval. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

TULLIER, Portalis. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

TULLIER, Ulysse. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

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Company I [formerly Company F] (St. Helena Rifles, Taylor's, Womack's, Kennon's)  

St. Helena

ADDISON, J. A. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

ADDISON, William P. Sgt.  //  CSRC, Index.

TAYLOR, G. W. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

TAYLOR, J. M. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

TAYLOR, John Bunyan. CPT.  //  CSRC, Index.

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ALLEN, J. H. Pvt. ALLEN, John S. Cpl. ALLEN, Thomas H. Pvt. ARBUTHNOT, J. W. Pvt. ARBUTHNOT, W. C. Pvt.
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Company K (Packwood Guards, Packwood's)

St. Helena

 

MARCHAND, James A. 1Sgt.  //  CSRC, Index: James A. Marchant.

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

SMITH, Edward. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

SMITH, M. M. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

SMITH, W. R. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

VERRET, L. E. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index: L. E. Virett.

YOUNG, William. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

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ADLER, S. Pvt.
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No Company Designation

 

*x$BLANCHARD, Helaire. Pvt. Musc. En. 5 Jun 61, Camp Moore. Pres. to Jun 63. POW cap. Jackson, LA [sic], 17 Jul 63. Sent to Snyders Bluff, MS, 30 Jul 63. Rcd. Camp Morton, IN, 7 Aug 63. En. in U.S. svc., 24 Mar 65. [NFR.]  Buried St. Bernard Catholic Cemetery, Breaux Bridge, beneath a UCV stone in spite of his record.  (B1:6b)  //  [photo]

DEMOND, John. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

POCHE, A. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

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

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