7th Regiment Volunteer Cavalry

[originally 4th Regiment Volunteer Cavalry]

 

 

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

 

From Sifakis, Compendium of C.S. Armies: Louisiana, 52:

Organization: Organized as the 4th Cavalry Regiment at Moundville on March 13, 1864. Reorganized as the 7th Cavalry Regiment in October 1864. Surrendered by General E.K. Smith, commanding Trans-Mississippi Department, on May 26, 1865.

First Commander: Louis Bush, COL [appointed presiding officer of military court in Shreveport, January 7, 1865]

Field Officers: James D. Blair, LTC; Louis A. Bringier, LTC, COL [January 7, 1865]; [Gabriel L. FUSILIER, MAJ (April 1865)]; William MOUTON, MAJ; A.L. Pitzer, MAJ

Assignments: Unattached, District of West Louisiana, Trans-Mississippi Department (Mar-May 64); VINCENT’s Louisiana Cavalry Brigade, District of West Louisiana, Trans-Mississippi Department (Aug-Sep 64); VINCENT’s Cavalry Brigade, 1st Corps, Trans-Mississippi Department (Sep-Oct 64); 1st (VINCENT’s-Brent’s) Louisiana Cavalry Brigade, 1st Louisiana Cavalry Division, 1st Corps, Trans-Mississippi Department (Dec 64-May 65)

Battles: Red River Campaign (Mar-Jun 64); Crump’s Hill (April 2, 1864); Wilson’s Farm (April 7, 1864)

 

Bergeron, LA Confed. Units, 51:

"Major General Richard Taylor authorized the formation of this regiment to operate against Jayhawkers in southwestern Louisiana. Many of the men who joined it were deserters from infantry units, principally the 10th Louisiana (Yellow Jackets) Infantry Battalion. Colonel Louis Bush mustered in the regiment as the 4th Louisiana Cavalry on March 13, 1864, at Moundville, though its organization remained incomplete. The men retreated to Natchitoches in advance of General Nathaniel Banks’s Union army, which had started its Red River Campaign. The regiment did picket duty between Natchitoches and Alexandria and participated in skirmishes at Crump’s Hill, April 2, and at Wilson’s Farm, April 7. About April 11, the regiment accompanied the 2nd Louisiana Cavalry on a raid into the Opelousas and Attakapas region to clear out small bands of enemy soldiers and groups of Jayhawkers. The men had returned to the Red River area by April 22, when they fired on a Union transport about fourteen miles southeast of Alexandria. After a few days in that area, the regiment returned to south Louisiana to recruit and perform outpost duty. From June, 1864, until the end of the war, the men remained in the latter duty, occasionally engaging in campaigns against Jayhawkers or in picket duty near the Atchafalaya River. In October, 1864, the regiment reorganized and changed its designation to the 7th Louisiana Cavalry. Small parties of the regiment, particularly from Companies A and C, made raids into the Bayou Lafourche region in late 1864 and early 1865. These raids had as their objective the acquisition of horses and supplies as well as the harassment of the enemy. The majority of the regiment occupied a camp near Alexandria in May, 1865, when the Trans-Mississippi Department surrendered; but some men received their paroles at Franklin."

 

CSRC, M320, rolls 24-25

 

SPECIAL NOTE

For seven months after its creation in March 1864 this unit was dubbed the 4th Regiment Cavalry despite the fact that a 4th Regiment Cavalry had been created two months before in January.  The original 4th Cavalry was organized at Monroe, in northeastern Louisiana.  This unit was created on the opposite end of the state, in south Louisiana.  The CSRC and Booth seem to have fallen prey to this situation by placing men in the wrong units.  A number of Cajuns are listed as belonging to the 4th Regiment Cavalry when, most likely, they belonged to the 7th Regiment Cavalry, nee the 4th Cavalry.  Following this assumption, whenever I encounter a Cajun who is listed in the 4th Regiment Cavalry, I will place him in the 7th Cavalry unless the records indicate otherwise.   For example, see Private Dolze LE BLANC of Company K, below.  

 

ROSTER

 

Field & Staff

 

DELACROIX, P. D. D. Q.M.Sgt.  //  CSRC, Index.

FUSILIER, Gabriel Leclere. MAJ.  Not in CSRC, Booth, or Sifakis, Compendium of C.S. Armies: Louisiana for this regiment.  Found only in Bergeron, who says he was assigned MAJ in Apr 65.  //  Bergeron, La. Confed. Units, 50: Gabriel L. FUSILIER.  //  Served also in Company G, 13th Regiment Infantry as Pvt.   

MARTIN, J. COL. [En. n.d.,n.p.] Officers prl. Washington, 21 Jun 65. [NER.]  Not in Bergeron, La. Confed. Units, or Sifakis, Compendium of C.S. Armies: Louisiana.  (B2:892)  

MOUTON, William. MAJ. [NFR.] (B2:1079)  //  See F&S, 18th Regt. Inf.

OLIVIER, Alex. LT.  AACS?  //  CSRC, Index.

YOUNG, J. L. LTC.  Not in Bergeron or Sifakis.  //  CSRC, Index.

6  F&S, 7th Cav.

Individuals from non-Cajun families, CSRC Index

 

Company A (Murphy’s)

Calcasieu/Lafayette/St. Mary/Vermilion

 

BREAUX, Joseph D. [J.]. Pvt. Res. Lafayette Par. [En. n.d.,n.p.] POW prl. Washington, 20 Jun 65. [NER.]  Buried St. Peter Catholic Cemetery, Carencro.  (B1:101b)  //   [photo]

BREAUX, S. D. Pvt. Res. Lafayette Par. [En. n.d.,n.p.] POW prl. Washington, 20 Jun 65. [NER.] (B1:102b)

BROUSSARD, Dupre. Pvt. Res. St. Mary Par. [En. n.d.,n.p.] POW prl. Franklin, 10 Jun 65. [NER.] (B1:134b)  //  Same D.B. as Co. D, 26th Regt. Inf. & Co. F, 2nd Regt. Res.?

BROUSSARD, J. B. L. Pvt. Res. Pattersonville. [En. n.d.,n.p.] POW prl. Franklin, 10 Jun 65. [NER.] (B1:135b)  //  Same J.B.L.B. as Co. H, Yellow Jacket Bn. Inf.?

BROUSSARD, L. Pvt. Res. St. Mary Par. [En. n.d.,n.p.] POW prl. Franklin, 10 Jun 65. [NER.] (B1:136b)

BROUSSARD, L. S. Cpl. Res. Pattersonville. [En. n.d.,n.p.] POW prl. Franklin, 10 Jun 65. [NER.] (B1:136b)

DAIGLE, ______. Pvt. Res. Pattersonville. [En. n.d.,n.p.] POW prl. Franklin, 10 Jun 65. [NER.] (B1:518)

DARBY, A. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

DARBY, J. A. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

DARDEN, W. J. Pvt.   //  CSRC, Index: calls this unit Company A, Fusiliers Battalion.

DESORMEAUX, Pierre. Pvt.  Not in CSRC or Booth.  Buried Our Lady of Lourdes Catholic Cemetery, Erath; his UCV grave marker places him in "CO. A, 4 LA. CAV.," probably in error.  //  [photo]

DUBOIS, Lastry. Pvt. Res. Vermilion Par. [En. n.d.,n.p.] POW prl. New Orleans, 11 Jun 65. [NER.] (B1:689)  

DUGUE, A. Sgt.  //  CSRC, Index: A. Duguez.

DUPRE, Joseph. Pvt.   //  CSRC, Index.

GONDRAN, H. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

HEBERT, Hypolite. Pvt.  Not in CSRC or Booth.  Only evidence of his service in this unit is his UCV grave marker.  Buried St. Peter Catholic Cemetery, Carencro.  //  [photo]

LANDRY [Laundry], A. Pvt. Res. St. Mary Par. [En. n.d.,n.p.] POW prl. Franklin, 10 Jun 65. [NER.] (B2:672)

LANDRY [Landra], C. Pvt. Res. St. Mary Par. [En. n.d.,n.p.] POW prl. Franklin, 10 Jun 65. [NER.] (B2:636)

LANDRY, Joseph. Pvt. Res. Calcasieu Par. [En. n.d.,n.p.] POW prl. Alexandria, 10 Jul 65. [NER.] (B2:643)

LANDRY [Laundry], L. Pvt. Res. St. Mary Par. [En. n.d.,n.p.] POW prl. Franklin, 10 Jun 65. [NER.] (B2:672)

LANDRY [Laundry], Norbert. Pvt. Res. Lafayette Par. [En. n.d.,n.p.] POW prl. New Iberia, Jul or Aug 65. [NER.] (B2:672)

LE BLANC [Lablanc], F. Pvt. Res. St. Martin Par. [En. n.d.,n.p.] POW prl. Franklin, 10 Jun 65. [NER.] (B2:607)

LEGNON, D. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

LEGNON, St. Aubin. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

MELANCON, Clairville J. Pvt.  Not in CSRC or Booth.  Buried St. Michaels Catholic Cemetery, St. Martinville; his UCV grave marker lists this company.  His pension record, evidently filed by his wife, Emilie SAVOY MELANCON, calls him J. Clairville MELANCON & lists him as in Company A, 18th Regiment Infantry.   //  [photo]

MENDOZA, E. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

PELLERIN [Pelleran], A. Pvt. Res. St. Mary Par. [En. n.d.,n.p.] POW prl. Franklin, 10 Jun 65. [NER.] (B3:99)

PELLERIN [Pelleran], L. Pvt. Res. St. Mary Par. [En. n.d.,n.p.] POW prl. Franklin, 10 Jun 65. [NER.] (B3:99)

PELLERIN [Pelleran], O. Pvt. Res. St. Mary Par. [En. n.d.,n.p.] POW prl. Franklin, 10 Jun 65. [NER.] (B3:99)

PROVOST, V. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

SAVOIE [Savoir], E. Pvt. Res. St. Mary Par. [En. n.d.,n.p.] POW prl. Franklin, 10 Jun 65. [NER.] (B3:460)

SMITH, N. Sgt.  //  CSRC, Index.

STANSBURY, L. L. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

VINCENT, Joseph. Pvt. Res. Calcasieu [Par.]. [En. n.d.,n.p.] POW prl. Alexandria, 10 Jul 65. [NER.] (B3:937)

VINCENT, Thomas. Pvt. Res. Calcasieu [Par.]. [En. n.d.,n.p.] POW prl. Alexandria, 10 Jul 65. [NER.] (B3:938)

VINCENT, U. Pvt. Res. Calcasieu [Par.]. [En. n.d.,n.p.] POW prl. Alexandria, 10 Jul 65. [NER.] (B3:938)

36  Co. A, 7th Cav.

Individuals from non-Cajun families, CSRC Index

ALPHA, Independence. Pvt. ALSTON, P. M. Pvt. ANDREWS, Fergus. Pvt.
3

 

Company B (Hargrade’s)

Lafayette/St. Landry

 

ANDRUS, D. J. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

BOURG [Bourke], Lucien. Pvt. Res. Lafayette Par. [En. n.d.,n.p.] POW prl. New Iberia, Jul-Aug 65. [NER.] (B1:65b)

BROUSSARD [Brussard], Felix. Pvt. Res. St. Martin Par. [En. n.d.,n.p.] POW prl. New Iberia, 11 Jun 65. [NER.] (B1:164b) 2nd Co.

CARRIERE, Rene. Pvt.  Buried St. Landry Catholic Cemetery, Opelousas.  //  CSRC, Index: R. Carrier.  //  [photo]

CHAMPAGNE, P. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

COURVILLE, Donatieu. Pvt.  Not in CSRC or Booth.  Called Donat.  Born 5 May 1848, St. Landry Parish.  Son of Donatieu COURVILLE & Clémence FRUGE.  Married (1) Edmire or Elmire MCGEE; at least 4 sons.  Married (2)Azelie LEGER, 1 Jul 1879, St. Paul Catholic Church, Eunice; at least 3 children.  Married (3)Cora or Coralie FONTENOT; at least 6 children.  Died 4 Nov 1942, age 94.  Buried St. Paul Catholic Cemetery, Eunice; his UCV grave marker places him in this company, as does his LA pension record; his family gravestone provides birth & death dates, although, according to his burial record at St. Anthony of Padua Catholic Church in Eunice, the death date on his gravestone--3 Nov 1942--is slightly inaccurate.  //  Hébert, D., South LA Records, 5:137, CD: Donat COURVILLE, Donatieu COURVILLE.  La. Pension Records.  Deborah Lynn Courville, descendant.  Alma Reed, local teacher.  //  [photo]

DEROUEN, Norwal. Pvt.   //  CSRC, Index: Norwal Deroun.

DUPLECHIN, P. Pvt.   //  CSRC, Index: P. Duplechain.

DUPUIS, Desire. Pvt.  Not in CSRC or Booth.  The only record of his service in this regiment is his pension record, which says he served in Company G.  Buried St. Bernard Catholic Cemetery, Breaux Bridge; his UCV grave marker says he served in Company B.  //  La. Pension Records.  //  [photo]

FONTENOT, Z. P. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

GUIDRY, Emar. Pvt. Res. St. Landry Par. [En. n.d.,n.p.] Prl. Washington, 22 Jun 65. [NER.] (B2:126)

GUIDRY, H. Pvt. Res. St. Landry Par. [En. n.d.,n.p.] Prl. Washington, 21 Jun 65. [NER.] Buried St. Bernard Catholic Cemetery, Breaux Bridge.  (B2:126) //   [photo]

GUILBEAU, Sosthaene. Pvt. Res. Lafayette Par. [En. n.d.,n.p.] POW prl. Washington, 19 Jun 65. [NER.] (B2:128) Same S.G. as Co. D, Orleans Gd. Bn. Inf., or Undesignated Conscripts?

HEBERT, J. Pvt. Res. Lafayette Par. [En. n.d.,n.p.] Prl. Washington, 21 Jun 65. [NER.] (B2:248)

LANDRY, Simon. Pvt. Res. Calcasieu Par. [En. n.d.,n.p.] POW prl. Franklin, 14 Jun 65. [NER.] (B2:646)

MALLET, Andrew. Sgt.  Born 23 Oct 1841.  Died 9 Jul 1923, age 81.  Buried St. Francis Regis Catholic Cemetery, Arnaudville; his UCV grave marker spells his family name MALLETT, but his family grave stone spells it MALLET & gives his birth & death dates.  //  CSRC, Index: Andrew Mallett.  //  [photo]

MALLET, Sosthene. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index: Sosthines MALLET, Sostene Mallett.  //  Served also in Company F, 18th Regiment Infantry.

MECHE, C. P. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

PREJEAN, S. Sgt. Res. St. Landry Par. [En. n.d.,n.p.] POW prl. Washington, 22 Jun 65. [NER.] (B3:196)

PRIMEAUX, A. P. Pvt.   //  CSRC, Index: A. P. Primo.

PRIMEAUX, Numa. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index: Numa Primo.

QUEBEDEAUX, Andeal. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index: Andeal Quebedeau, Andeal Quebodean.  //  Served also in Company E, 26th Regiment Infantry.

QUEBEDEAUX, Demosthene. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index: Demosthene Quebedeau.

RICHARD, P. D. Pvt. Res. St. Landry Par. [En. n.d.,n.p.] POW prl. Washington, 20 Jun 65. [NER.] (B3:305)

ROY, Ulger. Pvt. Res. St. Landry Par. [En. n.d.,n.p.] POW prl. Washington, 22 Jun 65. [NER.] (B3:408)

STELLY, Alexandre Bienvenu. Pvt.  Called Bienvenu.  Born 5 Sep 1830, St. Landry Parish.  Baptized 23 Oct 1830, St. Charles Catholic Church, Grand Couteau.  Son of Alexandre STELLY & Celestine DELHOMME of St. Landry Parish.  Married (1) Emelie DUPLECHIN, 18 Sep 1850, St. Charles Catholic Church, Grand Coteau; (2) Celina GUILBERT, 23 Aug 1855, St. Landry Catholic Church, Opelousas.  Resident of St. Landry Parish.  No enlistment information nor on any records of this unit in Booth.  End-of-war POW paroled Washington, 22 Jun 65.  Died 14 Feb 1902, age 71.  Buried St. Landry Catholic Cemetery, Opelousas; his family gravestone calls him Bienvenu STELLY.  //  Booth, La. Confed. Soldiers, 3(2):691: B. STELLY.  CSRC, Index: B. STELLY.  Hebert, D., Southwest La. Records, CD, 2C:717, 5:526: Alexandre Bienvenu STELLY, Bienvenu STELLY.  //  [photo]

TRAHAN [Trahn], Joseph. Pvt. Res. Vermilion Par. POW prl. Washington, 20 Jun 65. [NER.] (B3:861)

WYBLE, Omar. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

28  Co. B, 7th Cav.

Individuals from non-Cajun families, CSRC Index

ANDREWS, Benjamin. Pvt.
1

 

Company C (Whitaker’s)

Assumption/Lafayette/Vermilion

 

BERNARD, Jule. Pvt. Res. Vermilion Par. [En. n.d.,n.p.] POW prl. Washington, 20 Jun 65. [NER.] (B1:177a)

BERNARD, L. M. Pvt. Res. Vermilion Par. [En. n.d.,n.p.] POW prl. New Iberia, 11 Jun 65. [NER.] (B1:177a)

BLANCHARD, Armand. Pvt. Res. Assumption Par. POW prl. New Iberia, 11 Jun 65. [NER.] (B1:4b)  //  Same A.B. as Co. D, 27th Regt. Inf.?

BONVILLAIN, C. Cpl.  //  CSRC, Index: C. Bonvillian.

BROUSSARD, Minos. Pvt.  Not in CSRC or Booth.  Buried St. Mary Magdalen Old Catholic Cemetery, Abbeville; his UCV grave marker places him in this unit.  //  [photo]

COMEAUX [Comeau], F. R. Sgt. Res. Iberville Par. [En. n.d.,n.p.] POW prl. New Iberia, 11 Jun 65. [NER.] (B1:398, 399)

DAVID, Jules. Pvt. Born 1845.  Res. Lafayette Par. [En. n.d.,n.p.] POW prl. Washington, 22 Jun 65. [NER.]  Died 1928.  Buried St. John Catholic Cemetery, Lafayette; his UCV grave marker provides birth & death years.  (B1:544)  //   [photo]

DUGAS, Alcie [A.]. Bugler. Res. St. Martin Par. [En. n.d.,n.p.] POW prl. New Iberia, 11 Jun 65. [NER.] (B1:702)

FERAY, F. CPT.  //  CSRC, Index.

FOLSE, L. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

GROS, Joseph Honore. Sgt.  Son of Jean Pierre GROS & Celeste Marie HÉBERT.  Resident of Labadieville.  No enlistment information nor on any roll of this unit in Booth.  Evidently joined this company after taking oath of allegiance to U.S. government, Camp Morton, IN, 2 Jan 65, following a year & a half of captivity.  End-of-War POW, paroled 11 Jun 65, New Iberia.  On U.S. list of all POWs surrendered & paroled who have reported & registered at Provost Marshal's Office, Assumption Parish, Napoleonville.  //  Booth, LA Confed. Soldiers, 3(1):88, 113-14: Joseph Greaux, Joseph GROS.  CSRC, Index:  Joseph Greaux, Joseph GROS.  //  Served also as Pvt. in Company C, 1st Regiment Heavy Artillery.  //  Brother of Merile & Michel Orestile GROS of Company C, 1st Regiment Heavy Artillery.  

GUIDRY, Trasemond C. Pvt.  Not in CSRC or Booth.  Buried St. Mary Magdalen Old Catholic Cemetery, Abbeville; his UCV grave marker places him in this unit.  //  Same as T.G. in Company E, Confederate Guards Response Battalion Infantry?  //  [photo]

HEBERT [Herbert], A. M. Sgt. Res. Assumption Par. [En. n.d.,n.p.] POW prl. New Iberia, 11 Jun 65. [NER.] (B2:245, 278)

HEBERT, Aristide. Pvt.  Not in CSRC or Booth.  Buried Holy Rosary Cemetery, Kaplan; his UCV grave marker places him in this unit.  //  [photo]

HEBERT, Emile L. 1LT. [En. n.d.,n.p.] Prl. officer, prl. New Iberia, 7 Jun 65. [NER.] (B2:247)  //  Same E.L.H. as Co. E, 4th Regt. Inf.?

HIMEL, Albert. Pvt.   //  CSRC, Index.

LACHAUSSEE, Simonet. Pvt.  Born 14 Jul 1840, Lafayette Parish.  Son of Philippe St. Julien LACHAUSSEE & his second wife Marie Céleste GIROUARD.  Married Marie Belzire BROUSSARD, 8 Jan 1861, Abbeville.  Not in CSRC or Booth.  The only evidence of his service is his state pension record & his UCV grave marker.  Buried Our Lady of Lourdes Catholic Cemetery, Erath.   //   Hébert, D., Southwest LA Records, 7:256: Simonet LACHAUSSEE.  La. Pension Records.  David Hébert, descendant.  //   [photo]

LE BLANC, John. Pvt. Res. Vermilionville. [En. n.d.,n.p.] POW prl. New Iberia, 11 Jun 65. [NER.] (B2:695)

LEDOUX, Joseph Ducoudre. Pvt.  Called Ducoudre.  Born 9 July 1846, St. Landry Parish.  Son of Daricourt LEDOUX & Lisa Mac DANEL of St. Landry Parish.  Died 9 Oct 1912.  Buried St. Landry Catholic Cemetery, Opelousas;  his family grave stone calls him Ducoudre.  //  CSRC, Index: D. Ledouf, Ducondray LEDOUX, Ducoudre LEDOUX.  Hebert, D., Southwest La. Records, 4:314: Joseph Ducondret LEDOUX.  //  Served also as Cpl. in Company A, 2nd Regiment Reserve Corps.  //  [photo]

MARTIN, S. Pvt. Res. Assumption Par. [En. n.d.,n.p.] POW prl. Franklin, 14 Jun 65. POWs surr. & prl., rpd. & regis., Napoleonville, 1 Nov 65. [NER.] (B2:898)

MELANCON [Melancor], Inesime. Pvt. Res. Lafayette Par. [En. n.d.,n.p.] POW prl. New Iberia, Jul or Aug 65. [NER.] (B2:941, 942)

MOUTON, Gabriel. Pvt. Res. Lafayette Par. [En. n.d.,n.p.] POW prl. Washington, 21 Jun 65. [NER.] (B2:1078)

SANDOZ, Charles. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

SIMON [Simo], F. W. Sgt. Res. Assumption Par. [En. n.d.,n.p.] POW prl. New Iberia, 11 Jun 65. [NER.] (B3:573)

THERIOT [Therriot], P. J. Pvt. Res. Lafourche Par. [En. n.d.,n.p.] POW prl. Alexandria, 3 Jun 65. [NER.] (B3:798, 799)

TRAHAN, Martin. Pvt. Res. St. Landry Par. [En. n.d.,n.p.] POW prl. Washington, 21 Jun 65. [NER.] (B3:860)

TRAHAN, W. Pvt. Res. Terrebonne Par. [En. n.d.,n.p.] POW prl. Franklin, 14 Jun 65. [NER.] (B3:861)

25  Co. C, 7th Cav.

Individuals from non-Cajun families, CSRC Index

 

Company D (Ferey’s)

Lafayette/St. Landry

 

ANDRUS, Elisha. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

BELLARD, Pierre. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

BERNARD, Crillear. Pvt. Res. St. Landry Par. [En. n.d.,n.p.] POW prl. Washington, 17 Jun 65. [NER.] (B1:175a)

BLANCHARD, P. Pvt. Res. St. Landry Par. [En. n.d.,n.p.] POW prl. Washington, 17 Jun 65. [NER.] (B1:7b)

BONIN, Louis. Sgt.  Not in CSRC or Booth.  Born 1844, Lafayette Parish.  Son of Paul Octave BONIN & Melina REEVES.  "He spoke French but could not write his name."  Enlisted in Company D, 1863, LA.  "He was an excellent horseman and was often detailed as a courier."  Served in Red River Campaign, including actions at Crump's Hill, Wilson's Farm, Mansfield, & Pleasant Hill.  Pursued Jayhawkers in Opelousas & Tech region, spring 1864.  Did not take oath of allegiance to U.S. at end of War.  "It is said he threw his weapons on a pile as high as a man's head, then accompanied by two comrades walked from Bayou Chicot to his cotton farm in Lafayette Parish on Bayou Queue de Tortue."  Married, age 22, Emelie CONSTANTIN, 6 Apr 1866, Lafayette Parish.  Raised 10 children, one of whom, Octave Paul BONIN, served as mayor of Rayne.  Founder of Bonin School, "said to be the first in that part of the parish."  Eventually had farms on Bayou Wikoff & near Branch, on Bayou Plaquemine Brule, Acadia Parish.  Died Acadia Parish 25 Feb 1916, age 72.  Buried St. Joseph Catholic Cemetery, Rayne.  //  John M. Fleming, descendant.

BOURG [Bourcke], J. L. Pvt. Res. St. Landry Par. [En. n.d.,n.p.] POW prl. Washington, 17 Jun 65. [NER.] (B1:59b)

BROUSSARD [Brussard], C. Pvt. Res. Lafayette Par. [En. n.d.,n.p.] POW prl. Washington, 17 Jun 65. [NER.] (B1:164b)

CHACHERE, Henry. Pvt.   Born 13 Aug 1847, St. Landry Parish.  Son of Félix Veillon CHACHERE & Marie Eloise LAVERGNE of St. Landry Parish.  Buried St. Landry Catholic Cemetery, Opelousas.  //  Booth, LA Confed. Soldiers, 2:303:  Henry CHACHERE.  CSRC, Index: Henry Chachre.  Hébert, D., Southwest LA Records, 4:95:  Henri CHACHERE.  //  Brother of James Octave CHACHERE of this company & Louis Félix Veillon CHACHERE of Company H, this regiment.  //  [photo]

CHACHERE, James Octave. Pvt.  Called Octave.  Born 5 Feb 1845, St. Landry Parish.  Son of Félix Veillon CHACHERE & Marie Eloise LAVERGNE of St. Landry Parish.  Married Mary BEAUCHAMP.  Died 1937, age 92.  Buried St. Landry Catholic Cemetery, Opelousas; family grave marker calls him James O. CHACHERE, provides his birth & death years & his wife's name.  //  Booth, LA Confed. Soldiers, 2:303:  Octave CHACHERE.  CSRC, Index: Octave Chachre.  Hébert, D., Southwest LA Records, 4:95:  Octave CHACHERE.  //  Brother of Henry CHACHERE of this company & Louis Félix Veillon CHACHERE of Company H, this regiment.  //  [photo]  

COMEAUX [Commean], C. Pvt. Res. St. Landry Par. [En. n.d.,n.p.] POW prl. Washington, 17 Jun 65. [NER.] (B1:401)

DARBY, Cesaire. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index, which calls this unit Company D, Thompson's Regiment Cavalry.  //  Same C.D. as Unassigned Conscripts?

DOUCET, Charles. Pvt.  Not in CSRC or Booth.  Born 12 Jul 1846.  Son of Joseph DOUCET & Carmelite RICHARD.  Died 22 Dec 1931, age 85.  Buried Our Lady of the Sacred Heart Catholic Cemetery, Church Point; his UCV grave marker provides birth & death dates & places him in this unit.  //  Keith Doucet, descendant.  //  Brother of Martin DOUCET, Company B, 1st Regiment Heavy Artillery.  //  [photo]

DUPRE, D. F. Pvt.   //  CSRC, Index.

FERAY, Ernest M. LT.  //  CSRC, Index.  //  Served also in Company B, 18th Regiment Infantry as Pvt.

FONTENOT, Francois. Pvt.  Not in CSRC or Booth.  Buried Our Lady of the Sacred Heart Catholic Cemetery, Church Point; his UCV grave marker places him in this unit.  //  [photo]

GUIDRY, Adolphe. Sgt. Res. Lafayette Par. [En. n.d.,n.p.] POW prl. Washington, 17 Jun 65. [NER.] (B2:124)

GUIDRY, Martin. Pvt.  Born 1841.  Not in CSRC or Booth.  Died 1940, age 99.  Buried St. Joseph Catholic Cemetery, Rayne; birth & death years from his UCV grave marker.  //  Same M.G. as in Company K, 3rd (Harrison's) Regiment Cavalry?   //  [photo]

GUIDRY, R. Pvt. [En. n.d.,n.p.] POW cap. Vermilionville Bayou, 16 Apr 63. Sent to mouth of Red River fr New Orleans for exch., 2 May 65[sic]. [NER.] (B2:127)

GUILBEAU, Louis. Pvt. Res. St. Landry Par. [En. n.d.,n.p.] POW prl. Washington, 17 Jun 65. [NER.] (B2:128) Same L.G. as Co. C, 18th Regt. Inf., or Co. K, 29th (Thomas’) Regt. Inf.?

LAVERGNE, C. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.  //  Same C.L. as below?

LAVERGNE, Cyprian. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.  //  Same C.L. as above?

LAVERGNE, O. F. Pvt.  Born 28 Oct 1837.  Also Company K, this regiment.  Died 18 Dec 1911, age 74.  Buried St. Landry Catholic Cemetery, Opelousas.  //  CSRC, Index.  //  [photo]

LE BLANC, Jule. Pvt. Res. New Orleans. [En. n.d.,n.p.] POW prl. Washington, 17 Jun 65. [NER.]  Buried St. Bernard Catholic Cemetery, Breaux Bridge.  (B2:695)  //  [photo]

MATTE, Lastie. Pvt.  Not in CSRC or Booth.  Buried Our Lady of the Sacred Heart Catholic Cemetery, Church Point; his UCV grave marker calls him Lastie Matt.  //  [photo]

MCBRIDE, Henry D. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index: Henry MCBRIDE.  //  Served also in Company K, 18th Regiment Infantry.  //  Brother of William MCBRIDE of this company?  //  [photo]

MCBRIDE, William. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.  //  Served also in Company K, 18th Regiment Infantry.  //  Brother of Henry D. MCBRIDE of this company?  //  [photo]

MELANCON [Meloncon], Charles. Pvt. Res. St. Landry Par. [En. n.d.,n.p.] POW prl. Washington, 17 Jun 65. [NER.] (B2:941, 944)

MIRE [Mier], Leon. Pvt. Res. St. Landry Par. [En. n.d.,n.p.] POW prl. Washington, 17 Jun 65. [NER.] (B2:966)

MOUTON, John. Pvt. Res. St. Landry Par. [En. n.d.,n.p.] POW prl. Washington, 17 Jun 65. [NER.] (B2:1078)

OLIVIER, Florent. Pvt.  Not in CSRC or Booth.  Buried Our Lady of the Sacred Heart Catholic Cemetery, Church Point; his UCV grave marker calls him Florent Oliver & places him in this unit.  //  [photo]

PLAISANCE, M. P. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

PREJEAN, Augustin. Pvt.  Not in CSRC or Booth.  Buried St. Charles Catholic Cemetery, Grand Coteau; his UCV grave markers places him in "FERRY'S CO. 7 LA. CAV."  //  [photo]

RICHARD, C. Pvt. Res. St. Landry Par. [En. n.d.,n.p.] POW prl. Washington, 17 Jun 65. [NER.] (B3:303)

RICHARD, Entwine. Pvt. Res. St. Landry Par. [En. n.d.,n.p.] POW prl. Washington, 17 Jun 65. [NER.] (B3:303)

RICHARD [Richards], George. Pvt. Res. St. Landry Par. [En. n.d.,n.p.] POW prl. Washington, 17 Jun 65. [NER.] (B3:307)

RICHARD, John. Pvt. Res. St. Landry Par. [En. n.d.,n.p.] POW prl. Washington, 17 Jun 65. [NER.] (B3:304)

RICHARD, Theogene. Pvt. Res. St. Landry Par. [En. n.d.,n.p.] POW prl. Washington, 17 Jun 65. [NER.] (B3:306)

ROBIN, E. Sgt.  //  CSRC, Index.

ROY, August. Pvt. Res. St. Landry Par. [En. n.d.,n.p.] POW prl. Washington, 17 Jun 65. [NER.] (B3:407)

SCHEXNAYDER, Sosthene. Pvt.  Buried St. Joseph Catholic Cemetery, Rayne; his UCV grave marker spells his name Sosthene Schexneider.   //  CSRC, Index: Sosthene Schexneider.  //  [photo]

THIBODEAUX, L. C. Pvt.  Res. St. Landry Par. [En. n.d.,n.p.] POW prl. Washington, 17 Jun 65. [NER.]  Buried Our Lady of the Sacred Heart Catholic Cemetery, Church Point.  (B3:803)  //  [photo]

THIBODEAUX [Thibbodeaux], Place. Pvt. Res. St. Landry Par. [En. n.d.,n.p.] POW prl. Washington, 17 or 19 Jun 65. [NER.] (B3:799-800)

TRAHAN [Traham], Cuizine. Pvt. Res. St. Landry Par. [En. n.d.,n.p.] POW prl. Washington, 17 Jun 65. [NER.] (B3:859)

TRAHAN, F. Pvt. Res. St. Landry Par. [En. n.d.,n.p.] POW prl. Washington, 17 Jun 65. [NER.] (B3:859)

TRAHAN, Joseph. Pvt. Res. St. Landry Par. [En. n.d.,n.p.] POW prl. Washington, 17 Jun 65. [NER.] (B3:860)  //  Same J.T. as in Grivot Rangers Co. Cav.?

TRAHAN, Oniziene. Pvt. Res. St. Landry Par. [En. n.d.,n.p.] POW prl. Washington, 17 Jun 65. [NER.] (B3:860)

46  Co. D, 7th Cav.

Individuals from non-Cajun families, CSRC Index

ARDING, George. Pvt.
1

 

Company E (Trinidad’s)

Lafayette/St. Martin

 

BAYARD, B. B. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

BAYARD, H. B. 2LT.  //  CSRC, Index.  Served also in Company D, Yellow Jackets Battalion Infantry as Pvt.

BENOIT, Desire. Pvt.  Not in CSRC or Booth.  Buried St. John Catholic Cemetery, Lafayette; his UCV grave marker places him in this unit.  //  [photo]

BERARD, Earnest. Sgt.  //  CSRC, Index.

BERNARD, Ferguste L. Pvt. Res. Lafayette. [En. n.d.,n.p.]. POW prl. New Iberia, Jul or Aug 65. [NER.] (B1:176a)

BOUTTE [Boutt], Alce. Pvt. Res. St. Martin Par. [En. n.d.,n.p.] POW prl. New Iberia, 11 Jun 65. [NER.] (B1:67b)  //  Probably same A.B. as in Company C, 8th Regiment Infantry; & Yellow Jackets Battalion Infantry.

BOUTTE [Boutt], Alex. Pvt. Res. St. Martin Par. [En. n.d.,n.p.] POW prl. New Iberia, 11 Jun 65. [NER.] (B1:67b)

BOUTTE, Alphonse. Pvt.  Born 19 Jan 1840.  Res. St. Martin Par. [En. n.d.,n.p.] POW prl. New Iberia, 11 Jun 65. [NER.]  Married Elizida BLANCHARD (1854-1949).  Died 16 Aug 1927, probably Loreauville, age 87.  Buried St. Joseph Catholic Cemetery, Loreauville; his UCV grave marker provides birth & death dates & the name of his wife & her birth & death years.  //  Booth, LA Confed. Soldiers, 2:67.  //  [photo]

BROUSSARD, A. J. Pvt. Res. St. Martin Par. [En. n.d.,n.p.] POW prl. New Iberia, 11 Jun 65. [NER.] (B1:133b)

BROUSSARD, Emile. Pvt. Res. Vermilion Par. [En. n.d.,n.p.] POW prl. Washington, 21 Jun 65. [NER.] (B1:135b)

BROUSSARD, Ovignac. Pvt. Res. St. Martin Par. [En. n.d.,n.p.] POW prl. New Iberia, 11 Jun 65. [NER.]   Buried St. Joseph Catholic Cemetery, Loreauville; his UCV marker calls him Ovignac BROUSSARD.  //  Booth, LA Confed. Soldiers, 2:137: O. BROUSSARD.  //  [photo]

COMEAUX, Deville. Pvt. Res. Vermilionville. [En. n.d.,n.p.] Prl. New Iberia, Jul or Aug 65. [NER.] (B1:399)

COMEAUX [Comeau], Fucien [Fussien]. Pvt. Res. St. Martin Par. On list, n.d., of conscripts, St. Martin Par. [En. n.d.,n.p.] [Conscript?] POW prl. New Iberia, 11 Jun 65. [NER.] (B1:398, 399)

DARBY, Clement. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

DARBY, L. Sgt.  //  CSRC, Index.

DECOUX, Leo. Pvt.  Resident of St. Martin Parish.  No enlistment information nor on any rolls of this unit in Booth.  End-of-war POW paroled New Iberia, 11 Jun 65.  Buried St. Joseph Catholic Cemetery, Loreauville; his UCV grave marker calls him Leo DECOUX.  //  Booth, La. Confed. Soldiers, 2:576: Leo Decour.  CSRC, Index: Louis Decour.  //  [photo]

DECUIR, O. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

DELAHOUSSAYE, Jules. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

DEROUEN, Clovis Paul. Pvt.   Born 8 Jun 1845.  Died 15 Jul 1924, probably New Iberia, age 79; his UCV grave marker provides his full name as well as birth & death dates.  //  CSRC, Index: Cloris Derouin.

DEROUEN, Edward. Pvt.   //  CSRC, Index: Edward Derouan.

DEROUEN, Leopold. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index: Leopold Derouan.

DUGAS, Charles. Pvt. Res. St. Martin Par. On list, n.d., of Conscripts, St. Martin Parish.  [En. n.d.,n.p.] [Conscript?] POW prl. New Iberia, 11 Jun 65. [NER.] (B1:702)

DUHON [Deaoun], D. Sgt. Res. St. Martin Par. [En. n.d.,n.p.] POW prl. New Iberia, 11 Jun 65. [NER.] (B1:570)

DUHON [Deaoun], Ed. Pvt. Res. St. Martin Par. [En. n.d.,n.p.] POW prl. New Iberia, 11 Jun 65. [NER.] (B1:570)

DUPLECHIN, T. M. Pvt.   //  CSRC, Index: T. M. Duplechain.  //  Served also in Collins's Scouts.

GONDRAN, Aurelien. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index: A. GONDRAN.  Also Conscript, St. Martin Parish.

GONSOULIN, F. G. Sgt.  //  CSRC, Index: F. G. Gonsonlin.

HEBERT [Herbert], A. E. 1Sgt. Res. St. Mary Par. [En. n.d.,n.p.] POW prl. New Iberia, 11 Jun 65. [NER.] (B2:278)

HEBERT, B. Pvt. Res. St. Martin Par. [En. n.d.,n.p.] POW prl. New Iberia, 11 Jun 65. [NER.] (B2:246)

HEBERT, F. J. Pvt. Res. St. Martin Par. [En. n.d.,n.p.] POW prl. New Iberia, 11 Jun 65. [NER.]  Buried St. Mary Magdalen Old Catholic Cemetery, Abbeville; his UCV grave marker calls him F. J. Herbert.  //  Booth, La. Confed. Soldiers, 3(1):279: F. J. Herbert.   //  Same F.J.H. as in Co. I, 2nd Regt. Cav.?

HEBERT, N. Pvt. Res. St. Martin Par. [En. n.d.,n.p.] POW prl. New Iberia, 11 Jun 65. [NER.] (B2:249)

HEBERT [Herbert], Thomas. Pvt. Res. Iberville Par. [En. n.d.,n.p.] POW prl. New Iberia, 11 or 12 Jun 65. [NER.] (B2:251, 280) B2:280 says res. Abbeville Par.

KIDDER, B. A. Pvt.  Buried St. Francis Regis Catholic Cemetery, Arnaudville.  //  CSRC, Index.  //  [photo]

LANDRY, Alphonse. Sgt. Res. St. Martin Par. [En. n.d.,n.p.] POW prl. New Iberia, 11 Jun 65. [NER.] (B2:638)

LE BLANC [Lablanc], August. Sgt. Res. Vermilion Par. [En. n.d.,n.p.] POW prl. New Iberia, 11 Jun 65. [NER.] (B2:607)

LE BLANC, August. Pvt. Res. St. Martin Par. [En. n.d.,n.p.] POW prl. New Iberia, 11 Jun 65. [NER.] (B2:690)

MIGUEZ, G. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

PRIMEAUX, D. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index: D. Primo.

SIMONEAUX, Ervillien. Pvt.  Not in CSRC or Booth.  The only evidence of his service is his state pension record & his UCV grave marker.  Died 13 Aug 1943, probably Carencro, age 102.  Buried St. Peter Catholic Cemetery, Carencro; death date from his family gravestone, which spells his name Ervillien SIMONEAUX; his UCV grave marker calls him Erveline SIMONEAUX.  //  La. Pension Records: Erveline SIMONEAUX.  //   [photo]

39  Co. E, 7th Cav.

Individuals from non-Cajun families, CSRC Index

 

Company F (Grivemberg's)

Lafayette/St. Martin

 

BARRAS, Arthur. Pvt.  Buried St. Michaels Catholic Cemetery, St. Martinville.  //  CSRC, Index: Arthur Barra.  //   [photo]

BERNARD, Js. Pvt. Res. Lafayette Par. [En. n.d.,n.p.] POW prl. New Iberia, 11 Jun 65. [NER.] (B1:177a)

BESLIN, Leopold. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.  //  [photo]

BOREL, Edward. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

BREAUX, J. Pvt. Res. St. Martin Par. [En. n.d.,n.p.] POW prl. New Iberia, 12 Jun 65. [NER.] (B1:101b)

BREAUX, Leo. Pvt. Res. St. Martin Par. [En. n.d.,n.p.] POW prl. New Iberia, 12 Jun 65. [NER.] (B1:101b)

BREAUX, T. Pvt. Res. Lafayette Par. [En. n.d.,n.p.] POW prl. Washington, 20 Jun 65. [NER.] (B1:102b)

BROUSSARD, Antoine. Pvt. Res. Lafayette Par. [En. n.d.,n.p.] POW prl. Washington, 22 Jun 65. [NER.] (B1:133b)

BROUSSARD, Clemile. Pvt. Res. Lafayette Par. [En. n.d.,n.p.] POW prl. Washington, 22 Jun 65. [NER.] (B1:134b)

BROUSSARD, Dejean. Pvt.  Born 14 Nov 1823, Lafayette Parish; named Jean, so Dejean was a nickname.  Baptized, age 7 months, 29 Jun 1824, St. John Catholic Church, Vermilionville.  Son of Jean BROUSSARD, Jr. & Anne Nanon GIROIR of Lafayette Parish.  Married, age 18, Augustine JEANNOT, daughter of Adelaide JEANNOT, 6 Aug 1842, civil ceremony, Lafayette Parish; church ceremony, 23 Jan 1872, St. Joseph Catholic Church, Rayne; 10 children.  Resident of St. Martin Parish when he enlisted.  No enlistment information nor on any records of this unit in Booth.  End-of-war POW paroled New Iberia, 12 Jun 65.  Buried Arceneaux Cemetery, near Rayne; his UCV marker calls him Desjean BROUSSARD.  //  Booth, La. Confed. Soldiers, 2:134: D. BROUSSARD.  CSRC, Index.: D. BROUSSARD.  Hebert, D., Southwest La. Records, 2B:162, 4:70, 270, CD: Dejean BROUSSARD, Jean BROUSSARD, Augustine Janeaux, Augustine Janna, Augustine Jannot, Justine Jannot, Augustine Jeannet, Augustine Jeanneau, Augustine Junneau.  Barbara Broussard, descendant.  //  [photo]

BROUSSARD, Dorsey. Pvt. Resident of St. Martin Parish, 1862, when he enlisted in Company D, Yellow Jackets Battalion Infantry.  Transferred 7th Regiment Cavalry.  POW prl. New Iberia, 12 Jun 65.  //  Booth, LA Confed. Soldiers, 2:134: D. BROUSSARD.  Neal Hebert, descendant, who provided his first name; Gerald LaLande.

BROUSSARD, L. Pvt. Res. St. Martin Par. [En. n.d.,n.p.] POW prl. New Iberia, 12 Jun 65. [NER.] (B1:136b)

BROUSSARD, Meance. Pvt. Res. St. Martin Par. [En. n.d.,n.p.] POW prl. at New Iberia, 12 Jun 65. [NER.]   Buried St. Joseph Catholic Cemetery, Loreauville.  //  Booth, La. Confed. Soldiers, 2:137.  //  Same M.B. as in Company C, this regiment; or Companies B & D, 18th Consolidated Regiment & Yellow Jackets Battalion Infantry?  //  [photo]

BROUSSARD [Bussard], S. Pvt. Res. St. Martin Par. [En. n.d.,n.p.] Prl. New Iberia, 13 Jun 65. [NER.] (B1:202b)

DARBY, E. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

DAUTREUIL, Emile D. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index: Emile D. Dautreauil.

DEJEAN, Edmond. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.  //  Served also in Company B, 18th Regiment Infantry.

DUGAS, Aristide. Pvt. Res. St. Martin Par. On list, n.d., of Conscripts, St. Martin Parish. [En. n.d.,n.p.] [Conscript?] POW prl. at New Iberia, 12 Jun 65. [NER.]  Buried St. Joseph Catholic Cemetery, Loreauville; his UCV grave marker calls him Aristide DUGAS.  //  Booth, LA Confed. Soldiers, 2:702: A. DUGAS, Aristides DUGAS.  //  [photo]

DUGAS, F. Pvt. Res. St. Martin Par. [En. n.d.,n.p.] POW prl. at New Iberia, 12 Jun 65. [NER.] (B1:702)

DUGAS, N. Pvt. Res. Lafayette Par. [En. n.d.,n.p.] POW prl. Washington, 20 Jun 65. [NER.] (B1:704)

DUGAS, Oscar. Pvt. Res. St. Martin Par. [En. n.d.,n.p.] POW prl. at New Iberia, 11 Jun 65. [NER.] (B1:704)

DUHON, Dosite. Pvt. Res. Lafayette Par. [En. n.d.,n.p.] POW prl. Washington, 22 Jun 65. [NER.] (B1:706)

DUREL, H. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

FUSELIER, Oscar. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

GONSOULIN, Alfred. Pvt.  Not in CSRC or Booth.  Born 20 Jan 1845.  Died 9 Jun 1894, New Iberia, age 49.  Buried St. Peter Catholic Cemetery, New Iberia; his UCV grave maker places him in this unit & provides his birth & death dates.  //  [photo]

GONSOULIN, Desire. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index: D. Gonsonlin, Desire Gonsonlin, D. GONSOULIN.   //  Served also in Field & Staff, Yellow Jacket Battalion Infantry as Musc.; & Company D, Consolidated 18th Regiment & Yellow Jacket Battalion Infantry as Pvt.

GONSOULIN, O. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.  //  Same as O.G. below?

GONSOULIN, Omar. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.  //  Same as O.G. above?

GUIDRY, A., Jr. Pvt. Res. Lafayette Par. [En. n.d.,n.p.] POW prl. Washington, 22 Jun 65. [NER.] (B2:124)

GUIDRY, Eli. Pvt. Res. Lafayette Par. [En. n.d.,n.p.] POW prl. New Iberia, Jul or Aug 65. [NER.] (B2:126)

GUIDRY, H. Musc. Res. Lafayette Par. [En. n.d.,n.p.] POW prl. Washington, 20 Jun 65. [NER.] (B2:126)

GUIDRY, L. Sgt. Res. Lafayette Par. [En. n.d.,n.p.] POW prl. Washington, 20 Jun 65. [NER.] (B2:127)

HEBERT [Herbert], Theodore. Pvt. Res. Lafayette Par. [En. n.d.,n.p.] POW prl. Washington, 21 or 22 Jun 65. [NER.] (B2:251, 280)

HERNANDEZ, Valentin. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

JUDICE, M. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index: M. Judic.

JUDICE, S. T. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index: S. T. Judic.

LABBÉ, E. Cpl.  //  CSRC, Index: E. Labbie.

xLANDRY [Laundry], Edmond. Pvt. Res. Lafayette Par. [En. n.d.,n.p.] Name appears in body of letter signed by CPT W. I. Allen, cmdg., 31st MA Vols., opposite Donaldsonville, 6 Feb 65, of which the following is an abstract: I send you two Rebel des.  POW prl. New Iberia, 11 or 12 Jun 65. [NER.] (B2:640, 672)  //  Erroneously listed as in Co. F, 1st Reg. Cav. in B2:672?

LASTRAPES, L. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index: L. Lastrappe.

MOUTON, O. R. Pvt. Res. Lafayette Par. [En. n.d.,n.p.] POW prl. Washington, 19 Jun 65. [NER.] (B2:1078)  //  Same O.R.M. as in Co. A, 26th Regt. Inf.?

PATIN, Antoine. Pvt.  Not in CSRC or Booth.  Born 1844.  Died 1909, age 65.  Buried St. Francis Regis Catholic Cemetery, Arnaudville; birth & death dates from his UCV grave marker, which places him in this unit.  //  [photo]

ROUSSEAU, Jules J. Pvt.  Not in CSRC or Booth.  His pension record lists him in Company H, this regiment, & also "Grevemberg's Company," this regiment.  Buried St. Michaels Catholic Cemetery, St. Martinville; his UCV grave marker says "GREVENBURG'S CO. 7 LA Cav."  //  La. Pension Records.  //  [photo]

SIMON, A. L. Pvt. Res. St. Martinville. [En. n.d.,n.p.] POW prl. New Iberia, 11 Jun 65. [NER.] (B3:573) Same as L.A.S. below?

SIMON, Eugene. Pvt. Res. Lafayette Par. [En. n.d.,n.p.] POW prl. Washington, 22 Jun 65. [NER.] (B3:573)

SIMON, L. A. Pvt. Res. St. Martinville. [En. n.d.,n.p.] POW prl. New Iberia, 12 Jun 65. [NER.] (B3:574)  //  Same as A.L.S. above?

ST. JULIEN, Julian. Pvt.   //  CSRC, Index: Julian St. Julian.

THIBODEAUX [Thibodaux], P. Pvt. Res. St. Martin Par. [En. n.d.,n.p.] POW prl. New Iberia, 13 Jun 65. [NER.] (B3:801)  //  Also Conscripts, St. Martin Parish.

VINCENT [Vencent], A. Pvt. Res. St. Martin Par. [En. n.d.,n.p.] POW prl. New Iberia, 13 Jun 65. [NER.] (B3:919)

48  Co. F, 7th Cav.

Individuals from non-Cajun families, CSRC Index

ACGURA, A. N. Pvt.
1

 

Company G (Olivier’s)

Lafayette/St. Landry/St. Martin/St. Mary/Vermilion

 

ADDISON, Thomas. Pvt.  Born Opelousas, 1845.  Son of George W. ADDISON (d.1852), native of South Carolina, & Arthemise RICHARD (d.1845).  Raised in Lafayette Parish by his maternal uncle, Joachim RICHARD.  Married Marie Suzanne "Suzette" MELANCON, daughter of Joseph Ozeme MELANCON & Emilie Carmelite "Melite" BROUSSARD & widow of Paul Napoleon Teller GIROUARD.   //  CSRC, Index; places him in Company G, which is followed here.  La. Pension Records; says he is in Company K.  Judy Trahan Wostal, great great granddaughter..

BONIN, Arthur. Pvt.  Buried St. Michaels Catholic Cemetery, St. Martinville.  //  CSRC, Index.  //  [photo]

BOUDREAUX [Boudreau], Joseph. Pvt. Res. St. Martin Par. [En. n.d.,n.p.] POW prl. New Iberia, 11 Jun 65. [NER.] (B1:51b)

BREAUX [Brou], Dupres. Pvt. Res. Lafayette Par. [En. n.d.,n.p.] POW prl. at New Iberia, Jul or Aug 65. [NER.] (B1:132b)  //  Same D.B. as in Co. F, Yellow Jacket Bn. Inf.?

BREAUX [Brou], Marcell. Pvt. Res. Lafayette Par. [En. n.d.,n.p.] POW prl. at New Iberia, Jul or Aug 65. [NER.] (B1:132b)  //  Same M.B. as in Co. F, Yellow Jacket Bn. Inf.?

BROUSSARD, Joseph J. Pvt. Res. Lafayette Par. [En. n.d.,n.p.] POW prl. at New Iberia, Jul or Aug 65. [NER.] (B1:136b)

BROUSSARD [Broussar], Phenix. Cpl. Res. Petitanee, St. Martin Par [En. n.d.,n.p.]. POW prl. New Iberia, 11 Jun 65. [NER.] (B1:133b)

CARLIN, H. B. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

COMEAUX, Charles. Pvt. Res. Vermilion Par. [En. n.d.,n.p.] Prl. New Iberia, 13 Jun 65. [NER.] (B1:399)

DELCAMBRE, D. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index: D. Delcom.

DELCAMBRE, Leon. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index: Leon DELCAMBRE, Leone Delcombre.  //  Also Conscript, St. Martin Parish.

DELCAMBRE, Louis. Pvt.  //  CRSC, Index: Louis Delcanbre.

DE VALCOURT, Theodore Francois. Sgt.  Born 17 Jul 1828, probably St. Martin Parish.  Baptized 30 Sep 1830, St. Martin Catholic Church, St. Martinville.  Son of Theodore Jean DE VALCOURT (c.1797-1847), native of Baltimore, MD, & Marie Catherine Phelonise GUIDRY (d. 1859) of St. Martin Parish.  Married, age 19, (1) Francoise Zoe GUIDRY (d. 1867), 16 May 1848, St. Charles Catholic Church, Grand Coteau.  Resident of St. Landry Parish.  No enlistment information nor on any rolls of this unit in Booth.  End-of-war POW paroled Washington, 21 Jun 65.  Married, age 41, (2) Philomene THIBODEAUX, daughter of Treville THIBODEAUX & Aspasie LE BLANC & widow of Placide GUIDRY, 31 Jan 1870, St. Martin Catholic Church, St. Martinville.  Died 1904, age 76.  Buried St. Charles Catholic Cemetery, Grand Coteau; his UCV grave marker calls him Theodore F. DE VALCOURT & gives his birth & death years.  //   Booth, LA Confed. Soldiers, 2:616: T. F. DE VALCOURT.  CSRC, Index: T. F. DE VALCOURT.   Hebert, D., Southwest LA Records, CD, 2C:236, 5:165, 253: Francois Theodore DE VALCOURT, Theodore DE VALCOURT.  //  [photo]

DOMINGUE, David. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index: David Domings.

DOMINGUE, Lone. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index: Lone Doming.  //  Same as Leon DOMINGUE  in Company F, Yellow Jacket Battalion Infantry?

DUCHARME, Alcide. Pvt.  Not in CSRC or Booth.  Buried Our Lady of the Lake Catholic Cemetery, Delcambre; his UCV grave marker places him in this unit.  //  [photo]

DUPUIS, Desire. Pvt.  See Company B, this regiment.  //  [photo]

GARY, Joseph. Cpl.  Buried Our Lady of the Lake Catholic Cemetery, Delcambre; his UCV grave marker places him in Company K of this regiment & indicates his rank as Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.  //  [photo]

GIROUARD, Adolphe. Pvt.  Res. Lafayette [Par.]. [En. n.d.,n.p.] POW prl. New Iberia, Jul or Aug 65. [NER.]  //  Booth, LA Confed. Soldier, 3(1):30: Adolphe Girauard.  //  Served also in Company F, 18th Regiment Infantry

GIROUARD, Joseph. Pvt. Res. Lafayette Par. [En. n.d.,n.p.] POW prl. New Iberia, Jul or Aug 65. [NER.] (B2:32)

GIROUARD [Gireuare], Thomas. Pvt. Res. Lafayette Par. [En. n.d.,n.p.] POW prl. New Iberia, Jul or Aug 65. [NER.] (B2:30)

GUIDRY, Ulgere. Pvt.  Not in CSRC or Booth.  Only indication of his service in this unit is his UCV headstone.  Buried St. Bernard Catholic Cemetery, Breaux Bridge.  //  [photo]

LANDRY, Adcolle. Pvt. Res. Lafayette Par. [En. n.d.,n.p.] POW prl. New Iberia, Jul or Aug 65. [NER.] (B2:638)

LANDRY [Laundry], Bovier. Pvt. Res. St. Mary Par. [En. n.d.,n.p.] POW prl. New Iberia, 12 Jun 65. [NER.] (B2:672)

LANDRY, Isaac. Pvt. Res. Vermilion Par. [En. n.d.,n.p.] POW prl. New Iberia, 13 Jun 65. [NER.] (B2:641)

LANDRY [Laundry], Martin. Pvt. Res. St. Martin Par. [En. n.d.,n.p.] POW prl. New Iberia, 12 Jun 65. [NER.] (B2:672)

LANDRY, Pierre Theolin. Pvt.  Called Theolin.  Born 1840.  Son of Jean Pierre LANDRY II & Adelaide BROUSSARD of Cote Gelee, now Lafayette Parish.  Illiterate.  Non-English speaker.  Married.  Resident of St. Martin Parish.  No enlistment information nor on any rolls of this unit in Booth.  End-of-war POW paroled Washington, 12 Jun 65.  Family records state that one of Pierre Theolin's sons, Dovic, was born during the War, 25 Oct 64. Family legends says that 2 of Pierre Theolin's brothers, Sosthene (born 28 Nov 1843; married, age 18, Marie VIATOR, 27 Jan 1862) & Jean Theolin (born 16 Aug 1846), their units unknown, died "in the Camp at Mansfield."   Pierre Theolin survived not only the War Between the States but also the terrible Sep 1900 Galveston, TX, hurricane, which killed more than 6,000 people.  Settled at Delcambre, Vermilion Parish.  Died 1923, age 83.  Buried Our Lady of the Lake Catholic Cemetery, Delcambre.  //  Booth, La. Confed. Soldiers, 3(1):672-73: Tholer Laundry.  Bart Landry, great-great grandson, source for personal & family information.  //  [photo]

LE BLANC [Leblanc], Aurelien. Pvt. Res. St. Martin Par. [En. n.d.,n.p.] POW prl. New Iberia, 12 Jun 65. [NER.] (B2:691)

LE BLANC [Leblanc], Dera. Pvt. Res. St. Martin Par. [En. n.d.,n.p.] POW prl. New Iberia, 12 Jun 65. [NER.] (B2:692)  //  Also Conscript, St. Martin Parish.  

LE BLANC [Leblanc], Fadre. Pvt. Res. St. Mary Par. [En. n.d.,n.p.] POW prl. New Iberia, 12 Jun 65. [NER.] (B2:693)

LE BLANC [Leblanc], Hubert. Pvt. Res. St. Mary Par. [En. n.d.,n.p.] POW prl. New Iberia, 12 Jun 65. [NER.] (B2:694)

LE BLANC, Joseph. Pvt. Res. St. Mary Par. [En. n.d.,n.p.] POW prl. New Iberia, 13 Jun 65. [NER.] (B2:695)

LE BLANC, Onezme. Pvt. Res. St. Martin Par. [En. n.d.,n.p.] POW prl. New Iberia, 12 Jun 65. [NER.] (B2:696)  //  Also Conscript, St. Martin Parish

LEGER [Lege], Paulin. Pvt. Res. Lafayette [Par.]. [En. n.d.,n.p.] POW New Iberia, Jul or Aug 65. [NER.] (B2:713)

LELEUX, Duclyse. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

LELEUX, Ezeb. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index: Ezeb Leleu.

LELEUX, Francoix. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index: Francoix Lelaeus.  //  Same F.L. as in Company I, 1st Regiment Heavy Artillery?

LELEUX, Teracefall. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index: Teracefall Leleu.

LIRETTE, H. D. Cpl.  //  CSRC, Index.

MALLET, Ovellic. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index: Ovellic Mallett.

MIGUEZ, Antoine-Theomile. Pvt.  Brother of Daniel-Drauzin MIGUEZ of this company.  Became a well-to-do cotton planter in Iberia Parish after the war.  //  CSRC, Index: Theome MIGUEZ.  West, Atlas of La. Surnames, 110: Antoine-Theomile MIGUEZ.

MIGUEZ, Camile. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index: Camile Migues.  

MIGUEZ, Daniel-Drauzin. Pvt.  Brother of Antoine-Theomile  MIGUEZ of this company.  Became a well-to-do cotton planter in Iberia Parish after the war. //  CSRC, Index: Deseva MIGUEZ.  West, Atlas of LA Surnames, 110: Daniel-Drauzin MIGUEZ.

MIGUEZ, H. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

MIGUEZ, O. Sgt.  //  CSRC, Index.

MOUTON, Sidney. Pvt. Res. St. Martin Par. [En. n.d.,n.p.] POW prl. New Iberia, Jul or Aug 65. [NER.] (B2:1079)

OLIVIER, Eno B. CPT.  //  CSRC, Index.

RICHARD, Ferris. Pvt. Res. Lafayette Par. [En. n.d.,n.p.] POW prl. Washington, 21 Jun 65. [NER.] (B3:304)

ROMERO, Adolph. Pvt.  Not in CSRC or Booth for this unit.  Died 19 Aug 1924, age 81. Buried St. Peter Catholic Cemetery, New Iberia; his UCV grave marker calls him Adolphe ROMERO & places him in this unit; his family grave marker calls him Adolph ROMERO & provides his birth & death dates.  //  Also Conscript, St. Martin Parish.  //  [photo]

VIATOR, Trinecourt. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

VINCENT, Vulsa. Pvt. Res. St. Martin Par. [En. n.d.,n.p.] POW prl. New Iberia, 13 Jun 65. [NER.] (B3:938)  //  Also Conscript, St. Martin Parish.

51  Co. G, 7th Cav.

Individuals from non-Cajun families, CSRC Index

 

Company H (Ranson’s)

St. Martin/St. Landry/Vermilion

 

BADEAUX, Antonie. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.  //  Same A.B. as in Company F, Yellow Jacket Battalion Infantry & Company F, Consolidated 18th Regiment & Yellow Jacket Battalion Infantry?

BERNARD, Euclide. Sgt. Res. St. Martin Par. [En. n.d.,n.p.] POW cap. New Iberia, Jul or Aug 65. [NER.] (B1:176a)

BERNARD, H. C. Pvt. Res. St. Landry Par. [En. n.d.,n.p.] POW prl. Washington, 17 Jun 65. [NER.] (B1:176a)

BERNARD, Vahein. Pvt. Res. St. Martin Par. [En. n.d.,n.p.] POW cap. New Iberia, Jul or Aug 65. [NER.] (B1:178a)

BIENVENU, Lewis. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index: Lewis Bienvnu.

BOREL, Joseph F. Pvt.  Not in CSRC.  Buried St. Joseph Catholic Cemetery, Loreauville; his UCV grave marker calls him Joseph F. Borrel & places him in this unit.   //  Booth, LA Confed. Soldiers, 2:44: Joseph F. BOREL.  //  [photo]

BOUTTE [Boute], Louis A. Pvt. Res. St. Landry Par. [En. n.d.,n.p.] POW prl. Washington, 17 Jun 65. [NER.] (B1:67b)

BREAUX, Alphonse. Cpl. Res. St. Martin Par. [En. n.d.,n.p.] POW prl. New Iberia, 11 Jun 65. [NER.] (B1:99b)

BROUSSARD, A. C. Pvt. Res. Vermilion Par. [En. n.d.,n.p.] POW prl. New Iberia, 12 Jun 65. [NER.] (B1:133b)

CASTILLE, Adolphe. Pvt.  Not in CSRC or Booth.  Evidence of his service in this company can be found on his UVC grave marker.  Buried  St. Bernard Catholic Cemetery, Breaux Bridge.  //  Served also in Company D, Orleans Guard Battalion Infantry.  //   [photo]

CHACHERE, Louis Félix Veillon. Sgt.  Born 26 Mar 1824, St. Landry Parish.  Baptized 3 Dec 1824, St. Landry Catholic Church, Opelousas.  Son of Félix Veillon CHACHERE & Marie Eloise LAVERGNE of St. Landry Parish.  Married, age 21, Emma BOUTTE, daughter of Adelard BOUTTE & Alexandrine RICHARD, 30 Apr 1845, St. Landry Catholic Church, Opelousas.  Buried St. Landry Catholic Cemetery, Opelousas.  //  Booth, LA Confed. Soldiers, 2:303:  L. B. CHACHERE.  CSRC, Index: L. B. CHACHERE.  Hébert, D., Southwest LA Records, 2-B:207, 4:95:  Louis Félix Veillen CHACHERE, Louis Veilland CHACHERE.  //  Brother of Henri & James Octave CHACHERE of Company D, this regiment.  //  [photo]

DE BLANC, Lewis. LT, Asst. Adj.  //  CSRC, Index.

DELAHOUSSAYE, Alexander. Pvt.   //  CSRC, Index: Alexander Delahousage.

DELAHOUSSAYE, Oneziphore. Cpl.  //  CSRC, Index.

DUGAS, A. Pvt. Res. St. Martin Par. [En. n.d.,n.p.] POW prl. New Iberia, 12 Jun 65. [NER.] (B1:702)

DUPUIS, Adolphe. Pvt.  Not in CSRC or Booth.  Evidence of service in this company can be found on his UCV grave marker.  Born 21 Sep 1847.  Died 30 Mar 1934, age 86.  Buried St. Bernard Catholic Cemetery, Breaux Bridge; birth & death dates from his UCV marker.  //  [photo]

LE BLANC [Leblanc], Antoine. Pvt. Res. Vermilion Par. [En. n.d.,n.p.] POW prl. New Iberia, 13 Jun 65. [NER.] (B2:690)

LE BLANC [Leblanc], Benjamin. Pvt. Res. Vermilion Par. [En. n.d.,n.p.] POW prl. New Iberia, 13 Jun 65. [NER.]  Buried Our Lady of the Lake Catholic Cemetery, Delcambre.  //  Booth, La. Confed. Soldiers, 3(1):691.  //  [photo]

LE BLANC, Odilon. Sgt. Res. New Iberia. [En. n.d.,n.p.] POW prl. New Iberia, 11 Jun 65. [NER.] (B2:696)

LE BLANC, Perry. Pvt. Res. Vermilion Par. [En. n.d.,n.p.] POW prl. New Iberia, 13 Jun 65. [NER.] (B2:696)

MAURIN, Jean Batiste. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

MILLER, A. J. 2LT.  Not in Booth for this unit.  //  CSRC, Index.  //  Same A.J.M. as Sgt.Maj. in Field & Staff, 2nd Regiment Cavalry; Pvt. in Teche Guerrillas Company Cavalry (Vinson's Scouts); Pvt./Cpl. in Company C, 7th Battalion Infantry?

OLIVIER, C. D. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.  //  Same as C.O.O. below?

OLIVIER, Charles O. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.  //  Same as C.D.O. above?

OLIVIER, Felix. Sgt.  //  CSRC, Index.

POMIER, Lucien. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

RICHARD [Richards], Theodule V. Pvt. Res. St. Landry Par. [En. n.d.,n.p.] POW prl. Washington, 16 Jun 65. [NER.] (B3:308) Same as V.R. below?

RICHARD [Richards], Victor. Pvt. Res. St. Landry Par. [En. n.d.,n.p.] POW prl. Washington, 16 Jun 65. [NER.]  Buried St. Charles Catholic Cemetery, Grand Coteau.  (B3:308)  //  Same as T.V.R. above?  Same V.R. as in Company A, 29th (Thomas') Regiment Infantry?  //  [photo]

ROMERO, C. Sgt.  //  CSRC, Index.

VIATOR, Beatist. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

30  Co. H, 7th Cav.

Individuals from non-Cajun families, CSRC Index

 

Company I (Chasseurs du Teche, Tertrou’s)

St. Landry/St. Martin/St. Mary

 

BIENVENU, Louis Sevigne Devince. Pvt.  Called Sevigne. CSRC says Company I; Booth says "2nd Co."  Born 25 Aug 1832, St. Martin Parish.  Baptized 17 Jun 1833, St. Martin Catholic Church, St. Martinville.  Son of Joseph Terence BIENVENU Devince & Marie Julie GUILBEAU of St. Martin Parish.  Married, age 22, Cecile Nathalie JUDICE, 21 Aug 1855, St. Michaels Catholic Church, St. Martinville.  Resident of St. Martin Parish.  No enlistment information nor on any records of this unit in Booth.  End-of-war POW paroled New Iberia, 3 Jun 65, age 32.  Died 14 Oct 1867, St. Martin Parish, age 35.  Buried St. Martin Catholic Cemetery, St. Martinville; his UCV grave marker calls him Sevigne BIENVENU & places him in Company I.  //  Booth, La. Confed. Soldiers, 1:189: Levigne Bienveneu.  CSRC, Index: Sevigne BIENVENU.  Hebert, D., Southwest La. Records, 3:55, 6:48, CD (BIENVENU nos. 269, 521, 573, 619, 1263): Louis Sevigne BIENVENU, Louis Sevigne Devince BIENVENU, Sevigne BIENVENU.  //  Older brother of Eusebe BIENVENU of Company C, 8th Regiment Infantry.  //  [photo]

BODIN, Alcie. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.  //  Same A.B. as in Company F, Yellow Jackets Battalion Infantry; & Company F, Consolidated 18th Regiment & Yellow Jackets Battalion Infantry?

BODIN, Belizaire. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

BODIN, Numa. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

COMEAUX [Comeau, Corneau], Valerin. Pvt. Res. St. Landry Par. [En. n.d.,n.p.] POW prl. Washington, 21 Jun 65. [NER.] (B1:399, 445)

DE BLANC, Alp. 1LT.  //  CSRC, Index.  //  Same A.D. as in Company H, Yellow Jacket Battalion Infantry?

DELCAMBRE, J. C. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

DEROUEN, David. Pvt.  CSRC & Booth place him in Company I.  Resident of St. Martin Parish.  No enlistment information nor on any records of this unit in Booth.  End-of-war POW paroled New Iberia, 11 Jun 65.  Buried St. Joseph Catholic Cemetery, Rayne; his UCV grave marker calls him David DEROUEN & says he served in Company F, this regiment.  //  Booth, La. Confed. Soldiers, 2:608: David Derouan.  CSRC, Index: David Derouan.  //  [photo]

DUGAN, N. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

GUIDRY, Felix. Pvt.  Res. St. Landry Par. [En. n.d.,n.p.] POW prl. Washington, 21 Jun 65. [NER.]  Buried St. Pierre Catholic Church Cemetery, Carencro.  //  Booth, La. Confed. Soldiers, 3(1):126.  CSRC, Index.  //   [photo]

HEBERT, Lucien. Pvt. Res. St. Martin Par. [En. n.d.,n.p.] POW prl. New Iberia, Jul or Aug 65. [NER.]  //  Booth, La. Confed. Soldiers, 1:22: Lucien Abert.  CSRC, Index: Lucien Abert.

HEBERT, Oord. Pvt. Res. Fausse Pt., St. Martin Par. [En. n.d.,n.p.] POW prl. New Iberia, Jul or Aug 65. [NER.]  //  Booth, La. Confed. Soldiers, 1:22: Oord Abert.  CSRC, Index: Oord Abert.

LALANDE, Delulon. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index: Delulon Lallan.

LANDRY, Hubert. Pvt. Res. St. Mary Par. [En. n.d.,n.p.] POW prl. New Iberia, 11 Jun 65. [NER.] (B2:641)

LE BLANC, Ovide. Sgt. Res. St. Martin Par. [En. n.d.,n.p.] POW prl. New Iberia, 11 Jun 65. [NER.] (B2:696)

LE BLANC [Lablanc], Ozeine. Pvt. Res. St. Mary Par. [En. n.d.,n.p.] POW prl. New Iberia, 11 Jun 65. [NER.] (B2:607)

MIGUEZ, B. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

MOUTON, Antoine. Pvt. Res. Lafayette Par. [En. n.d.,n.p.] POW prl. Washington, 20 Jun 65. [NER.] (B2:1077)

MOUTON, E. Pvt. Res. Vermilionville. [En. n.d.,n.p.] POW prl. Alexandria, 3 Jun 65. [NER.] (B2:1078)

ROMERO, Louis. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

SEGURA, Alcebiave. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

SEGURA, Wlysse. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.  //  Same as U.S. in Company F, Yellow Jackets Battalion Infantry?

SMITH, Fleming. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

23  Co. I, 7th Cav.

Individuals from non-Cajun families, CSRC Index

 

Company K (Hudspeth’s)

Lafayette/St. Landry

 

ANDRUS, T. A. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

BABIN, Alex. Pvt. Res. St. Landry Par. [En. n.d.,n.p.] POW prl. Washington, 17 Jun 65. [NER.] (B1:96a)

BIHM, James. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.  //  Same J.B. as in Company A, 2nd Regiment Reserve Corps?

BIHM, Jesse. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.  //  Same J.B. as in Company A, 2nd Regiment Reserve Corps?

BOUDREAUX, A. A. Pvt. Res. St. Landry Par. [En. n.d.,n.p.] POW prl. Washington, 17 Jun 65. [NER.] (B1:51b)

BRASSEAUX, Gosthene. Pvt. [En. n.d.,n.p.] POW cap. Vermilion Bayou, 16 Apr 65. Sent to New Orleans fr Thibodaux, 20 Apr 65. Fwd. to mouth of Red River Landing & exch., 2 May 65. [NER.] (B1:95b)

BROUSSARD, L. Pvt. Res. Lafayette Par. [En. n.d.,n.p.] POW prl. Washington, 17 Jun 65. [NER.] (B1:136b)

CASTILLE, Ozemi. Pvt.   //  CSRC, Index: Ozemi Castillo.

COMEAUX, Edmond. Pvt.  Resident of St. Landry Parish.  No enlistment information nor on any records of this unit in Booth.  Recorded only as end-of-war POW paroled New Iberia, Jul or Aug 65.  Buried Our Lady of the Sacred Heart Catholic Cemetery, Church Point.  //  Booth, La. Confed. Soldiers, 2:399.  Patrick E. Johnson III, descendant.  //  [photo]

DOUCET [Doncet], Ceryl. Pvt. Res. St. Landry Par. [En. n.d.,n.p.] POW prl. Washington, 17 Jun 65. [NER.]    //  Booth, La. Confed. Soldiers, 2:651, 663

DUPLECHIN, Joseph. Pvt.   //  CSRC, Index: Joseph Duplichim.

FONTENOT, O. L. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

FORMAN, C. W. Cpl.  //  CSRC, Index.

GARY, E. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

GUIDRY [Guadry], Charles. Pvt. [En. n.d.,n.p.] POW prl. Washington, 17 Jun 65. [NER.] (B2:118)

GUIDRY, O. D. Pvt. Res. St. Landry Par. [En. n.d.,n.p.] POW prl. Washington, 17 Jun 65. [NER.] (B2:127)

GUIDRY, Phonis. Pvt. Res. Lafayette Par. [En. n.d.,n.p.] POW prl. Washington, 17 Jun 65. [NER.] (B2:127)

GUIDRY, Zephamin. Pvt. Sgt. [En. n.d.,n.p.] POW cap. Vermilion Bayou, 16 Apr 65[sic]. Fwd. to New Orleans fr Thibodaux, 20 Apr 65[sic]. Exch. at mouth of Red River Landing, 2 May 65[sic]. [NER/NFR.] (B2:128)

GUILBEAU, Julien C. Pvt.  Not in Booth.  Served also in Company D, Orleans Guard Battalion Infantry.  Buried St. Joseph Catholic Cemetery, Cecilia; his UCV grave marker calls him Julien C. GUILBEAU & places him in this unit.  //  [photo]

HENRY, John. Pvt. Res. St. Landry Par. [En. n.d.,n.p.] POW prl. New Iberia, Jul or Aug 65. [NER.] (B2:274)

HULIN, B. Pvt.  Buried Our Lady of the Lake Catholic Cemetery, Delcambre.   //  CSRC, Index:  B. Hulan.  //  [photo]

HULIN, P. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index:  P. Hulan.

HULIN, S. Pvt.  Buried St. Michaels Catholic Cemetery, St. Martinville.   //  CSRC, Index:  S. Hulan.  //  Same S.H. as in Company A, Consolidated 18th Regiment & Yellow Jackets Battalion Infantry?  //  [photo]

HULAN, T. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

JOHNSON, O. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

LAMBERT, I. M. Pvt. Res. St. Landry Par. [En. n.d.,n.p.] POW prl. Washington, 17 Jun 65. [NER.] (B2:629)

LAMBERT, Paul. Pvt. Born 9 Apr 1839.  Res. St. Landry Par. [En. n.d.,n.p.] POW prl. Washington, 17 Jun 65. [NER.]  Died 6 Dec 1902, age 63.  Buried St. Landry Catholic Cemetery, Opelousas.  (B2:630)  //  Same P.L. as in Company K, 10th Regiment Infantry?  //   [photo]

LANDRY [Lantry], A. 1LT. [En. n.d.,n.p.] POW cap. Vermilion Bayou, 15 Apr 65. Sent fr Thibodaux to New Orleans, 20 Apr 65. Trfr. fr mouth of Red River Landing for exch., order of MG F.R.S. Canby, 2 May 65. [NER/NFR.] (B2:657)

LAVERGNE, O. F. Pvt.  See Company D, this regiment.  //  CSRC, Index.  //  [photo]

LE BLANC, C. Pvt. Res. Lafayette Par. [En. n.d.,n.p.] POW prl. Washington, 17 Jun 65. [NER.]   Buried Sacred Heart Catholic Cemetery, Broussard.  //  Booth, La. Confed. Soldiers, 3(1):691: C. Leblanc.    //  [photo]

LE BLANC, Dolze. Pvt.  Res. St. Martin Par.  [En. n.d.,n.p.]  POW prl. New Iberia, 13 Jun 65. [NER.]  Buried Our Lady of the Lake Catholic Cemetery, Delcambre; his UCV grave maker calls him Dolze LE BLANC & places him in "CO. K, 4 LA. CAV."  //  Booth, La. Confed. Soldiers, 3(1):691: D. Leblanc; Company K, 4th Regiment Cavalry, probably in error.  //  [photo]

LE BLANC, O. Pvt. Res. St. Landry Par. [En. n.d.,n.p.] POW prl. Washington, 17 Jun 65. [NER.] (B2:696)

LEGER, Joseph. Pvt. Res. St. Landry Par. [En. n.d.,n.p.] POW prl. Washington, 17 Jun 65. [NER.] (B2:714)  //  Same J.L. as in Company I, 1st Regiment Heavy Artillery?

LOPEZ, D. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

MARCEAUX, Jean. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

MOREAU, Ozeme [O.]. Pvt.  Not in CSRC.  Buried St. Landry Catholic Cemetery, Opelousas.  //  [photo]

PITRE, August E. LT. [En. n.d.,n.p.] Officers prl. Washington, 17 Jun 65. [NER.] (B3:154)

PREJEAN, C. Pvt. Res. Lafayette Par. [En. n.d.,n.p.] POW prl. Washington, 17 Jun 65. [NER.] (B3:196)

PREJEAN [Pregean], E. Pvt. Res. St. Landry Par. [En. n.d.,n.p.] POW prl. Washington, 17 Jun 65. [NER.] (B3:195)

RICHARD, A. Pvt. [En. n.d.,n.p.] POW prl. Washington, 17 Jun 65. [NER.] (B3:302)  //  Also Conscript, St. Martin Parish.

RICHARD, E. Pvt. Res. St. Landry Par. [En. n.d.,n.p.] POW prl. Washington, 17 Jun 65. [NER.] (B3:303)

RICHARD, M. Pvt. Res. St. Landry Par. [En. n.d.,n.p.] POW prl. Washington, 17 Jun 65. [NER.] (B3:305)

RICHARD, Simon. Pvt. Res. St. Landry Par. [En. n.d.,n.p.] POW prl. Washington, 20 Jun 65. [NER.] (B3:306)

SIMON, A. Pvt. Res. St. Landry Par. [En. n.d.,n.p.] POW prl. Washington, 7 Jun 65. [NER.] (B3:573)  //  Same A.S. as in Co. D, Crescent Regt. Inf.?

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

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

ST. CYR, Alexis, Sr. Pvt.  Buried St. Landry Catholic Cemetery, Opelousas; his UCV grave marker provides his first name.  //  CSRC, Index: A. ST. CYR.  //  [photo]

THIBODEAUX [Tibodeau], Celestin [Celesten]. Pvt. Res. St. Landry Par. [En. n.d.,n.p.] POW prl. Washington, 17 Jun 65. [NER.] (B3:801, 832)

VIATOR, Antoine. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.  //   Also Conscript, St. Martin Parish; & Company C, Yellow Jackets Battalion Infantry.

49  Co. K, 7th Cav.

Individuals from non-Cajun families, CSRC Index

ANSLEN, George. Pvt.
1

 

No Company Designation

 

BERNARD, Molonget. Pvt.  Transferred from Company G, 29th (Thomas’) Regiment Infantry to 7th [LA?] Regiment Cavalry, Aug 63.  No further record in Booth.  (B1:177a)

BONIN, Theodore. Pvt.  Not in CSRC.  Buried St. Peter Catholic Cemetery, New Iberia; his UCV grave marker places him in this units.  //  [photo]

GIROUARD, Martial. Pvt.  Res. Lafayette [Par.]. [En. n.d.,n.p.] POW prl. New Iberia, Jul or Aug 65. [NER.] (B2:32)  //  Served also in Company F, Yellow Jackets Battalion Infantry

LEJEUNE, Etienne.  Pvt.  Not in CSRC or Booth.  Evidence of service in this regiment can be found only in his pension records & on his UCV grave marker.  He may have served also in Company B, 2nd Regiment Reserve Corps.  Buried Lejeune Cemetery, Swords; his UCV stone spells his last name Lejeunne and gives no company designation for his service in the 7th Regiment Cavalry.  //  La. Pension Records.  Benny Furgeson, descendant  //  [photo]

LEVERT, L. Pvt.  //  CSRC, Index.

xMELANCON [Milancon], Alex. Pvt. [En. n.d.,n.p.] Name appears in body of a letter, 4 May 65, P.M.O., Par. of Iberville, Plaquemine, of which the following is an extract: I have the honor to fwd. to you under gd. the following named Rebel des., who came into our lines today. [NER/NFR.] (B2:968)

xMELANCON [Milancon], D. Pvt. [En. n.d.,n.p.] Name appears in body of a letter, 4 May 65, P.M.O., Par. of Iberville, Plaquemine, of which the following is an extract: I have the honor to fwd. to you under gd. the following named Rebel des., who came into our lines today. [NER/NFR.] (B2:968)

SIMONEAUX, V. Pvt. Res. Grand Bayou. [En. n.d.,n.p.] POWs surr. & prl., rpd. & regis., Napoleoville, 1 Nov 65. [NER.] (B3:576)  //  Same V.S. as in Company E, Consolidated 18th Regiment & Yellow Jackets Battalion Infantry, or Company I, 26th Regiment Infantry?

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Individuals from non-Cajun families, CSRC Index

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