Jean Jacques Alexandre Alfred Mouton


Brigadier General J. J. A. Alfred Mouton, colonel of the 18th Louisiana Infantry and brigade and division commander in the Department of Western Louisiana, wounded in action at Shiloh, April 7, 1862, and killed in action at Mansfield, April 8, 1864.  This portrait can be seen in the Alexandre Mouton House, Lafayette, LA

photo courtesy of Kirby Broussard, a descendant of the Moutons


The monument and gravesite of General Alfred Mouton in St. John Catholic Cemetery, Lafayette, LA

photos by the author, summer of 2002

The statue of General Mouton in front of the Lafayette Parish courthouse, Lafayette, LA, erected by the Louisiana Division of the United Daughters of the Confederacy on the 58th anniversary of his death.

(Note the historical error on the side of the statue's base pictured above. The Battle of Pittsburg Landing is another name for the Battle of Shiloh, Tennessee, which was fought in April 1862, not April 1863.)

photos by the author, summer of 2003

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