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COMPANY G. Lafourche Creoles (Lafourche Parish).

The 18th Louisiana Infantry Regiment

Men Listings M - Z

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Additional note: (3 March 2000)
Names that are UNDERLINED are men who have been VERIFIED against the Muster Roll Pages of the 18th Regiment Louisiana Infantry. Some names could NOT be verified against the Muster Roll Pages, for the pages were in such poor shape as to not allow verification.

Total one field officer, four commissioned officers, five sergeants, four corporals, ninety-four privates, one hundred and eight rank and file. Of the above list 96 were natives of Louisiana, four of France, three of Ireland, one each of Indiana, Alabama, New York, Germany and Spain. Thirteen were married men, and a majority were under 25 years of age
      The organization of the regiment was completed by appointing Lieutenant Barthelemy [14] of St. James as Adjutant, Dr. Littlell [15] [ ] of St. Landry as Surgeon, Dr. Gourier [16] of Iberville as Assistant Surgeon, Lucius J. Dupre[17] as Quartermaster, Wm. Sanchez of St. James, as Sergeant Major, Deluc Etie of New Iberia as Quartermaster Sergeant, and Thadeus Mayo, Hospital Steward.” 72

 

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Maes, G. A., Pvt. Co. G, 18th La. Inf. (Also borne on Rolls of Cres. Regt. La. Inf. Pvt. Co. C.) En. New Orleans, La., March 5, 1862. Roll May and June, 1862, Present. Roll July and Aug., 1862, Absent, on detached service with Capt. Gribble, A. Q. M. Transfd. from Cres. Regt., to Co. G, 18th La. Inf., July 30, —. Rolls from Dec., 1862, to Feb., 1863, Absent, detailed as wagoner in Gen. Bragg's Army. Roll May and June, 1863, Deserted, ordered to report by order, refused to do so. Also borne on Official Rolls Paroled Officers, C. S. A., Paroled Gainesville, Ala., May 12, 1865, as Capt, 18th Battn. La. Cav.


Maguire, S., Pvt. Co. G, 18th La. Inf. Also borne on Rolls of Cres. Regt. La. Inf. as McGuire, Thomas.


Malette, H., Pvt. Co. G, Cons. 18th Regt. and Yellow Jacket Battn. La. Inf. Roll Jan. and Feb., 1864 (only Roll on file), En. June 4, 1862. Camp. Pratt, La. Present, with remarks: Absent without leave since Sept. 16, 1863, to Feb. 21, 1864. Joined from Desertion.


Marks, J. G., Pvt. Co. G, Cres. Regt. La. Inf. En. New Orleans, La., March 8, 1862. Roll May and June, 1862, Absent, sent to the rear. Roll July and Aug., 1862, Absent, without leave. Transfd. from Cres. Regt., to Co. G, 18th La. Inf. July 30, —.


Marks, J. J., Pvt. Co. G, 18th La. Inf. Also borne on Rolls of Cres. Regt. La. Inf. as Marks, J. G.


Martin, M. T., Pvt. Cos. G, F, 18th La. Inf. En. Jan. 28, 1863, Camp Pratt. Rolls Jan., 1863, to June, 1863, Absent, sick, in Hospl., Opelousas, La. Roll July and Aug., 1863, Absent, detached service in Vermilionville. Federal Rolls of Prisoners of War, Captured —. Sent to New Orleans, La., Nov. 2, 1863. Forwd. to New Iberia, La., Dec. 21, 1863. Exchanged. Also on Rolls of Co. I, Cons. 18th Regt. La. Inf. and Yellow Jacket Battn. La. Inf. Roll Jan. and Feb., 1864 (only Roll on file), Present. Roll of Prisoners of War, C. S. A., Paroled Alexandria, La., June 3, 1865. Res. Lafayette Par., La.


Mathieu, L., Pvt. Co. G, Cons. 18th Regt. and Yellow Jacket Battn. La. Inf. Roll Jan. and Feb., 1864 (only Roll on file), En. Sept. 15, 1862, Camp Pratt. Absent without leave since Oct. 17, 1863, to Jan. 1, 1864. Joined from Desertion.


Mathieux, A., Pvt. Co. G, Consod. 18th Regt. and Yellow Jacket Battn. La. Inf. Roll for Jan. and Feb., 1864 (only Roll on file), En. June 15, 1863, Camp Pratt. Remarks: Present.


Meguez, C., Pvt. Co. G, 18th La. Inf. Roll of Prisoners of War, C. S. A., Paroled New Iberia, La., June 11, 1865. Res. St. Martin Par., La.


Meyronne, Adam, Pvt. Co. G, 18th La. Inf. En. Oct. 5, 1861. Camp Moore, La. Present on all Rolls to Aug., 1862.


Mied, E., Pvt. Co. G, 18th La. Inf. Also appears in Co. G of the Consolidated 18th. Regt. and Yellow Jacket Battn. La. Inf. Appears on Roll of Prisoners of War, Paroled at New Iberia, La., in July and Aug. Res. St. Landry Par., La.


Miguez, Octave, Pvt. Co. D, 18th La. Inf. En. Oct. 5, 1861, Camp Moore, La. Present on all Rolls to Feb., 1863. On Register of Prisoners of War, Captured Camp Bisland, April 14, 1863, Paroled May 9, 1863. Roll dated June 30, 1863, Present, left Regt. April 15, joined June 29, 1863. Roll July and Aug., 1863, Absent on furlough. Also on Rolls of Co. G, Consolidated 18th Regt. and Yellow Jacket Battn. La. Inf., as Meguez, C. Roll of Prisoners of War, C. S. A., Paroled New Iberia, La., June 12, 1865. Res. St. Martin Par., La.


Miller, H., Pvt. Co. G, 18th La. Inf. Also borne on Roll of Co. G, 18th Cons. Regt. and Yellow Jacket Battn. La. Inf. Roll of Prisoners of War, C. S. A., Paroled New Iberia, La., July –, Aug., 1865. Res.


Miller, Joseph, Pvt. Co. G, 18th La. Inf. En. Sept. 1, 1862, Camp Pulaski. Rolls Jan., 1863, to Aug., 1863, Absent, detailed, since Dec. 26, 1862, as carpenter, order Gen. Hdqrs. Also borne on Rolls of Co. F, Cons. 18th Regt. and Yellow Jacket Battn. La. Inf. Roll Jan. and Feb., 1864 (only Roll on file), Absent, Det. Dec. 20, 1862, with Major Nugent, A. Q. M., orders from Gen. Mouton, as carpenter. Lafayette Par., La.


Miller, Lezaine, Pvt. Co. G, 18th La. Inf. Also borne on Rolls of Co. G, Cons. 18th Regt. and Yellow Jacket Battn. La. Inf. On Roll of Prisoners of War, C. S. A., Paroled Washington, La., June 22, 1865.


Mire, T., Pvt. Co. G, Consolidated 18th Regt. and Yellow Jacket Battn. La. Inf. Roll Jan. and Feb., 1864 (only Roll on file). En. July 21, 1862, Camp Pratt. Absent without leave since Oct. 1, 1862, to Jan. 1, 1864. Joined from Desertion. Res. St. Landry Par., La.

Additional Information (15 April 2002): A search began on this date with the receipt of the following e-mail message.

"...My name is Matt Chancey and I live in Enterprise, AL, about 45 minutes from the Florida line on the east side of the state. I am writing to you because I have in my possession a VA marker for a T. Mier (spelled Mire on your muster roll). Pvt. Mire was a member of company G. His marker was found in the woods belonging to a local resident here in Enterprise. Obviously, someone stole the marker a few years ago and dumped it in the woods. As a member of the SCV, I would like to see Pvt. Mier's headstone returned to it's original resting place. However, we do not know where Pvt. Mier was buried. Could you assist us?..."

The following inscription appears on the missing headstone. The headstone is old -- possibly issued in the 40's or 50's and reads:

T. Mier
Co. G.
18th La Inf Reg
CSA

A search was begun and this search included phone calls to the National Archives as well as to some local residents that could have been related to the soldier in question. Additionally, we even contacted a local newspaper in the Rayne, Louisiana area with no results. A letter received from the National Archives did not produce any results as to the possible location as to where the headstone might have been originally sent to nor a record of the headstone itself.

A further check indicates that a Confederate Widow's Pension application was filed on behalf of a lady named: MIRE, Adile (CRADAS). She indicated her husband to be: Thodile Mire (Mier).

A call to the Archives in Baton Rouge indicated the following information as being part of the Confederate Pension Application of Mrs. Adile CRADIS Mire.

In her application, she indicated that his burial site was in a place called "Callies Grave (yard)". It is possible that the name may be Caihlies, Caiklies because one of the letters is of very poor quality. Her application was filed in Acadia Parish.

Shortly after beginning this search, the external hard drive of my computer system crashed and a large amount of research information was lost. To this date (22 December 2002) this researcher has been attempting to rebuild the lost files. It is and has been slow and tedious work.

A request: If anyone has information with regards to the OWNER of this stolen 18th Louisiana veteran's marker, it would be greatly appreciated if they could contact this web master so that we might assist in making arrangements for it's return to it's proper location on the final resting place of Mr. T. Mier (Mire).


Molaison, Justilien, Pvt. Co. G, 18th La. Inf. En. Camp Moore, La., Oct. 5, 1861. Present on all Rolls to Aug., 1862.
Additional Information (1 June 2001): A fellow Civil War historian, Michael D. Jones of, Capt. James W. Bryan Camp 1390, Sons of Confederate Veterans, Lake Charles, Louisiana, has graciously allowed us to use an image of Pvt. Justilien Molaison. The image was discovered about 15 years ago during an estate auction in the Lafayette area. The image was heavily retouched, colorized and with two small Confederate flags placed on the photograph. The two flags are interesting in the fact that the first flag is a 1st National Flag with the inscription: "18th LA" inscribed. The second is a Confederate Battle Flag. The auction was for the FRAME and the image was considered just a "filler". A lady recognized the historical importance of the image contained in the frame and purchased the image/frame at the auction. The original image appears to be an enlargement of the original image (tintype????). Michael Jones saw the image at a party and photographed it, filing it away for some fifteen years or so until recently bringing it to our attention. If you would care to view the photograph of Pvt., Justilien Molaison, Pvt., Co. G., you may do so at the following link. We extend a very hearty "Thank You" to Michael D. Jones for his generous contribution to our photo album.
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Montz, Homer, Pvt. Co. G, 18th La. Inf. En. Oct. 5, 1861. Camp Moore. La. Present on all Rolls to Feb., 1862. On List dated Camp near Corinth, Hdqrs., April 28, 1862. Rolls May, 1862, to Aug., 1862, Present. Federal Rolls of Prisoners of War, Captured and paroled at Labadieville, La., Oct. 27, 1862. Exchanged from Str. Frolic, near Baton Rouge, La., Feb. 23, 1863. Roll July and Aug., 1863, Deserted July 18, 1863.


Moraux, Ozeme (also on Rolls as Moreaux, Ozeme), Pvt. Co. G, 18th La. Inf. En. Sept. 18, 1862, Camp Pratt. Roll for Jan. and Feb., 1863, Present. Roll for May and June, 1863, Detailed April 30, 1863, driver with army. Roll for July and Aug., 1863, Present.


Moseman, J. E., Pvt. Co. F, Cres. Regt. La. Inf. En. March 8, 1862, New Orleans, La. Roll for May and June, 1862, Present. Roll for July and Aug., 1862, Present. Transfd. from Cres. Regt. to Co. G, 18th La. Inf., July 30. Not received bounty. Owes Confed. States $11.50. Rolls from Nov., 1862, to Feb., 1863, Present. Rolls from May, 1863, to Aug., 1863, Absent, taken prisoner at Franklin, La., April 14, 1863. Appears on Register of Prisoners of War, dated April 27, 1863, as Moseman, John. Captured April 14, 1863. Paroled below Port Hudson, La., May 11, 1863. Sent to New Orleans, La., to be exchanged. Transfd. from New Orleans [p.1071] and exchanged at Red River Landing, La., July 22, 1864.


Moseman, J. E. (also borne on Rolls as Moseman, John),Pvt. Co. F, Crescent Regt. La. Inf. En. New Orleans, La., March 8, 1862. Roll May and June, 1862, Present. Roll July and Aug., 1862, Present. Transfd. from Cres. Regt. to Co. G, 18th La. Inf., July 30, —, Rolls from Dec., 1862, to Feb., 1863, Present. Rolls from May, 1863, to Aug., 1863, Absent, taken prisoner at Franklin, La., April 14, 1863. Federal Rolls of Prisoners of War, Captured Bayou Teche, La., April 14, 1863. Paroled below Port Hudson, La., May 11, 1863. Sent to New Orleans, La., to be exchanged. Exchanged at Red River Landing, July 22, 1864. Also borne on Rolls of Co. G, Cons. Cres. Regt. La. Inf., as Mosouran, J. E. Pvt. Roll Jan. and Feb., 1864, Loss by desertion, taken prisoner at Franklin, La., April 14, 1863. Federal Rolls of Prisoners of War, Captured Pattersonville, La., April 14, 1864. On Roll dated Office of Commissary of Prisoners, Dept. of the Gulf, New Orleans, La., July 7, 1864. On Roll of Prisoners of War, C. S. A., Paroled Natchitoches, La., June 6. 1865. Res. Lafourche, Assumption Par. On List dated Office of Provost Marshal, Par. of Assumption, Napoleonville, Nov. 1, 1865, of all prisoners of war surrendered and paroled who have reported and registered at Provost Marshal's Office, Par. of Assumption, Napoleonville, La.


Moss, Alexander, Sergt. Co. G, Cons. 18th Regt. and Yellow Jacket Battn. La. Inf. Roll Jan. and Feb., 1864 (only Roll on file), En. Sept. 15, 1862, Camp Pratt. Promoted from Pvt. to 2nd Sergt., Jan. 1, 1864. Federal Rolls of Prisoners of War, Captured Bayou Teche, La., April 14, 1863. Exchanged New Orleans, La., —, 1863.
Additional Information (17 October 2003): Alexander Moss's brother, Anderson J. Moss was a Captain in the 26th Louisiana Infantry Regiment and served as: Assistant Commissary of Subsistence.
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Mcauliff, William, Pvt. 1st Corpl. Co. G, 18th La. Inf. En. Oct. 5, 1861, Camp Moore, La. Present on all Rolls to Aug., 1862. Promoted from Pvt. to 4th Corpl., Aug. 1. Federal Rolls of Prisoners of War, Captured and paroled at Labadieville, La., Oct. 27, 1862. Exchanged from Steamer Frolic, near Baton Rouge, La., Feb. 23, 1863. Roll July and Aug., 1863, Present. Also borne on Rolls of Co. F, Consolidated 18th Regt. and Yellow Jacket Battn. La. Inf. Roll Jan. and Feb., 1864, Present. On Register of Prisoners of War, Paroled at Alexandria, La., June 4, 1865. Res. Houma, La., complexion light, hair dark, height 5 ft. 6 in., eyes blue.
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Mcauliff, Wm. (Paroled Officer, Alexandria, La. Copied from Official Rolls, Washington, D. C.) 2nd Lt. 18th La. Inf. Paroled Alexandria, La., June 4, 1865.


New Soldier Added on 6 July 2000
McCabe, James, 1st Corpl., Co. G, 18th La. Inf.
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Mccollough, S. (Silas), Pvt. Co. G, 18th La. Inf. Also on Rolls of Co. G of the Cons. 18th Regt. and Yellow Jacket Battn. La. Inf. as McCollough, L. Roll Jan. and Feb., 1864 (only Roll on file), En. July 10, 1862, Camp Pratt. Present. Co. Cook. Absent without leave to Dec. 16, 1863, when Transfd. to this Co. (Co. G) on Descriptive Roll given by himself. Roll of Prisoners of War, C. S. A., Paroled Alexandria, La., July 3 to 10, 1865. Res. Calcasieu Par., La.
Additional Information (8 February 2003): Silas McCollough was married to Sarah Ann GREER and this marriage produced at least three children: Levi, Clemintine and Rossana. Silas was a farmer and did survive the war. It is not know as to where his burial site it located. A check of the Confederate Pension Applications on file at the Archives in Baton Rouge lists no application on behalf of Silas nor his widow.
Additional Information (29 June 2003): Smith McCollough's father was Issac McCollough. Smith also had a brother who apparently served in the Confederacy as well (not stated as to his unit). His name was James B. A search located about five James McCollough's that served in the Confederacy including ones who served in: 17th Regiment Mississippi Infantry, 59th Regiment Alabama Infantry, 34th Regiment Alabama Infantry, 3rd Regiment Florida Infantry, and the 25th Regiment Georgia Infantry. It is very interesting to note that the two sons served in the Confederacy -- however, their father, Issac served in the UNION Cavalry. Issac was KIA serving as a Pvt., 2nd Louisiana Cavalry and is laid to rest at Sec 60 Grave 4752, Chalmette National Cemetery, Chalmette, St Bernard Parish, LA (6 mi SE of New Orleans). Information was kindly supplied by the direct descendant of James B. McCollough, Lisa Franklin.
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IMAGE of Louisiana Flag16 May 2003 - Contact with Living Relative: Lisa Franklin


Mcdonald, John, Pvt. Co. G, 18th La. Inf. En. Oct. 5, 1861, Camp Moore, La. Present on all Rolls to Aug., 1862. Roll Jan. and Feb., 1863, Present. Detailed Feb. 1, 1863, order from Hdqrs. (Pro. Mar. Grd.). Roll July and Aug., 1863, Present. Also on Rolls of Co. F, 18th Consolidated Regt. and Yellow Jacket Battn. La. Inf. Roll Jan. and Feb., 1864, Present, detailed Sept. 30, 1863, driver with Capt. Gusamore, A. Q. M., orders from Hdqrs. Roll of Prisoners of War, C. S. A., Paroled Natchitoches, La., June 6, 1865. Res. Lafourche Par., La.(April 7th, 1862, 2nd Day of Shiloh... ”Lieutenant Collins told me that McDonald of our company had been killed, but in a half hour afterwards Mc. caught up with us. He had been struck with a fragment of shell and made to turn a somersault, but had received no permanent injury.” Additional information transcribed from pg. 47, Reminiscences of Uncle Silas by Silas T. Grisamore.)


Mcevers, Douglas S., Pvt. Co. G, 18th La. Inf. En. Oct. 5, 1861, Camp Moore, La. Present on Rolls to Feb., 1862. (April 6th, 1862, Shiloh...”In our company were killed...Dr. Douglas McEvers...”, Additional information transcribed from pg. 46, Reminiscences of Uncle Silas by Silas T. Grisamore.)


Mcquire, Thomas, Pvt. Co. C, Cres. Regt. La. Inf. En. New Orleans, La., March 5, 1862. Roll May and June, 1862, Sick in Regtl. Hospl. Roll July and Aug., 1862, Absent, sick, in Hospl. Transfd. from Cres. Regt. to Co. G, 18th La. Inf., July 30, —. Roll Nov. and Dec., 1862, Present or absent not stated. Rolls from Feb., 1863, to Aug., 1863, Present. (Duplicate record exists under the name of Maguire, S.)


Naquin, J. Emile, Corpl. Co. G, 18th La. Inf. En. Oct. 5, 1861, Camp Moore, La. Present on Rolls to Oct. 31, 1861. Roll for Nov. and Dec., 1861, Present. Promoted 1st Corpl. from 3rd Corpl., Dec. 17, 1861. Roll for Jan. and Feb., 1862, Present. Rolls from May, 1862, to Aug., 1862, Absent, 60 days, from April 1, accidental gun shot wound. Roll for Jan. and Feb., 1863, Absent without leave commencing Nov. 3, 1862. Roll for July and Aug., 1863, Present. Joined the company from Desertion, July 1, 1863, having been absent since Oct. 27, 1862. Also borne on Rolls of Co. F, Cons. 18th Regt. and Yellow Jacket Battn. La. Inf., Pvt. Roll for Jan. and Feb., 1864, Present. On Roll of Prisoners of War of furloughed and detailed men, Confed. States Army, Paroled at Shreveport, La., June 7, 1865. Res. Lafourche Par., La.
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Naquin, J. E., Sergt. 18th La. Inf. Federal Rolls of Prisoners of War, Captured Labadieville, La., Oct. 27, 1862. Paroled Thibodaux, La., Nov. 9, 1862. (Indications are that this soldier and Naquin, J. Emile are one in the same...for his is listed both ways on the Muster Roll pages received from Jackson Barracks, New Orleans.)


Nauin, Volzi, Pvt. Sergt. Co. G, 18th La. Inf. En. October 5th, 1861, Camp Moore, La. Present on Rolls to Feb., 1862. Roll for May and June, 1862, Present. Promoted to 4th Corpl., June 29, Rolls from July, 1862, to Aug., 1863, Present.


Nelson, F. M., Pvt. Co. G, 18th La. Inf. Roll for July and Aug., 1862 (only Roll on file), En. —. Remarks: Transfd. from Cres. Regt. to Co. —, July 30. Discharged at the same time, being over 35 years.


Nezat, Alexander, Pvt. Co. G, 18th La. Inf. Also borne on Rolls of Co. G, Cons. 18th Regt. and Yellow Jacket Battn. La. Inf. Pvt. Roll for Jan. and Feb., 1864 (only Roll on file), En. Sept. 15, 1864, Camp Pratt, reported absent with leave. On Roll of Prisoners of War, Paroled Washington, La., June 22, 1865. Res. St. Landry Par., La.


Nott, G., Pvt. Co. G, 10th (Battn.) La. Inf. Roll for July 22, 1862 to — (only Roll on file), En. July 19, 1862, Camp Pratt, for the War. Federal Rolls of Prisoners of War, Captured Bayou Teche, La., April 17, 1863, Paroled below Port Hudson, La., May 11, 1863. Also borne on Rolls of Co. G, Cons. 18th Regt. and Yellow Jackent Battn. La. Inf., Pvt., as Not, Gustave.

Olivier, J., Pvt. Co. G, Cons. 18th Regt. and Yellow Jacket Battn. La. Inf.


Ortago, A. J., Pvt. Co. G, Cons. 18th Regt. and Yellow Jacket Battn. La. Inf. Roll for Jan. and Feb., 1864 (only Roll on file), En. July 20, 1862, Camp Pratt. Roll remarks: Present. Absent without leave Oct., 1862, to Feb. 21, 1864. Gain from desertion.


Owen, Chas. H., Pvt. Co. G. 18th La. Inf. En. Jan. 11, 1862. Camp Benjamin, La. Roll for May and June, 1862. Present. Promoted 4th Corpl., July 8, 1862. Rolls from July. 1862, to April 30, 1864. Present. Roll for May 1 to Aug. 31, 1864, Deserted from Dalton. Ga., May 12, 1864. Federal Rolls of Prisoners of War, Captured Dalton, Ga., May 13, 1864. Recd. at Military Prison. Louisville, Ky., from Nashville. Tenn., May 17, 1864. Forwd. to Camp Morton. Ind., May 22, 1864. On Roll not dated of Prisoners of War at Camp Morton. Ind., making application to take the Oath of Allegiance to the U. S. Remarks: Enlisted under force, Jan. 11, 1862, at New Orleans. Wishes to take the Oath and go to his home in New York. Always been loyal. Gave himself up. Paroled at Camp Morton. Ind., and Forwd. to Pt. Lookout. Md., via Baltimore & Ohlo R. R., for exchange, March 15, 1865.


Paris, Victor, Pvt. Co. G, 18th La. Inf. En. Oct. 5, 1861, Camp Moore, La. Present on Rolls to Feb., 1862. (April 6, 1862, Shiloh...”It was rumored along the line that were to charge the battery...Before we had gone 50 yards the battery opened upon us, and in our company fell Amadeo Abadie and Victor Paris...In our company were killed...Victor Paris”. Additional information transcribed from pg. 43-44, Reminiscences of Uncle Silas by Silas T. Grisamore.)


Parks, H. D. (Henry Delmau), Pvt. Co. G, 18th Regt. La. Inf. Also on Rolls of Co. D, Pvt. Sergt. Cres. Regt. La. Inf. En. March 5, 1862, New Orleans, La. Roll May and June, 1862, Sick in quarters. Rolls July, 1862, to Feb., 1863, Present. Roll May and June, 1863, Present, promoted to 5th Sergt., May 31, 1863, from Pvt. Roll July and Aug., 1863, Present. Also on Rolls of Co. G, Cons. Cres. Regt. La. Inf. Pvt. as Parks, H. D. or Parks, Henry. Roll Jan. and Feb., 1864, Present. On Hospl. Register, Admitted April 14, 1864, to C. S. A. Gen. Hospl. Shreveport, La., returned to duty, April 16, 1864. On Roll of Prisoners of War, C. S. A., Paroled Natchitoches, La., June 6, 1865. Res. New Orleans, La.
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Parr, Etienne, Pvt. Co. G, 18th La. Inf. En. Oct. 5, 1861, Camp Moore, La. Present on Rolls to Feb., 1863. On Register of Prisoners of War dated April 30, 1863, Captured Bayou Teche, La., April 14, 1863. Paroled below Port Hudson, La., May 11, 1863. Sent to New Orleans, La., to be exchanged.


Parr, Marcelin, Pvt. Co. G, 18th La. Inf. En. Oct. 5, 1861, Camp Moore, La. Present on Roll to Oct. 31, 1861. Roll Nov. and Dec., 1861, Present, on extra duty as Nurse at Hospl., from Dec. 2 to Dec. 27, 1861. Roll Jan. and Feb., 1862, Present. Roll May and June, 1862, Absent, sick in Hospl. Jackson, Miss. Roll July and Aug., 1862, Present. Roll Jan. and Feb., 1863, Present, detailed Nov. 16, Pro. Mar. Roll July and Aug., 1863, Present. Also on Rolls of Co. F, Cons. 18th Regt. and Yellow Jacket Battn. La. Inf. Pvt. Roll Jan. and Feb., 1864, Present, officers cook. Rolls of Prisoners of War, Paroled Natchitoches, La., June 6, 1865. Res. Lafourche Par., La.
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Petrey, J. W., Pvt. Co. G, Cons. 18th Regt. and Yellow Jacket Battn. La. Inf. Roll Jan. and Feb., 1864 (only Roll on file), En. Sept. 15, 1862, Camp Pratt, La. Roll states Present.


Pitre, Auguste (also on Rolls of Petrie, August; Pitre, August E.),Pvt. Co. G, 18th La. Inf. En. Oct. 5, 1861, Camp Moore, La. Present on Rolls to Feb., 1863. Federal Rolls of Prisoners of War, Captured Bayou Teche, La., April 20, 1863, Paroled at Grant's Island off Mobile, Ala., May 30, 1863.
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Plaisance, Joseph, Pvt. Co. G, 18th La. Inf. En. Oct. 5, 1861, Camp Moore, La. Rolls Jan., 1862, to June, 1862, Present. Roll July and Aug., 1862, Absent on detached service with Lt. Grisamore, A. Q. M. Roll July and Aug., 1863, Deserted July 18, 1863.
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Plaisance, Usebe, Pvt. Co. G, 18th La. Inf. En. Oct. 5, 1861, Camp Moore, La. Present on Rolls to Dec., 1861. Roll Jan. and Feb., 1863, Present, detailed Feb. 1, 1863, by order from Hdqrs. (Provost Marshal Grd.). Roll May and June, 1863, Detailed May 16, 1863. Driver with A. Q. M. Roll July and Aug., 1863, Deserted July 18, 1863.
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Pontiff, Joachim, Pvt. Co. G, 18th La. Inf. En. Oct. 5, 1861, Camp Moore, La. Present on Rolls to Dec., 1861. Roll Jan. and Feb., 1862, Absent, left in Camp, near Corinth, sick. Rolls May, 1862, to Aug., 1862, Present. Roll Jan. and Feb., 1863, Absent, without leave, since Oct. 27, 1862. Remained behind in the retreat after the battle of Texana Road.


Portier, Emile, Pvt. Co. G, 18th La. Inf. En. Nov. 18, 1862, Camp Bisland. Roll Jan. and Feb., 1863, Present. Roll July and Aug., 1863, Present. Also on Rolls of Co. F, Cons. 18th Regt. and Yellow Jacket Battn. La. Inf. Roll Jan. and Feb., 1864, Present. Rolls of Prisoners of War, Paroled Natchitoches, La., June 6, 1865. Res. Terrebonne Par., La.


Price, Washington (also on Rolls as Price, W. S.), Pvt. Co. G, 18th La. Inf. En. Oct. 5, 1861, Camp Moore, La. Present on Rolls to Feb., 1862. Roll May and June, 1862, Died in Hospl. In Oxford, June 3.


Puckett, W. P., Pvt. Co. G, 18th La. Inf. En. —. Federal Rolls of Prisoners of War, Captured Shiloh, Tenn., April 7, 1862. Recd. Gratiot St. Military Prison, St. Louis, Mo., July 21, 1862. Recd. Alton, Military Prison, Ill., Aug. 7, 1862. Discharged on Oath of Allegiance, Sept. 5, 1862.


Quibedeau, A. (Andeol), Sergt. Co. G, Cons. 18th Regt. and Yellow Jacket Battn. La. Inf. Roll Jan. and Feb., 1864 (only Roll on file), En. July 21, 1862, Camp Pratt, La. Present, promoted from Pvt. to Sergt., Jan. 1, 1864.
Civilian Data: (23 August 2000) Andeol Quebedeaux was married to Elizabeth Robin Hollen. It is not stated how many children, if any were born to this marriage. An application for Confederate pension benefits is on file for Andeol and/or his wife/widow, Elizabeth, at the Archives in Baton Rouge.
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Quibedeau, J. E. (Joseph E.), Sergt. Co. G, Cons. 18th Regt. and Yellow Jacket Battn. La. Inf. Roll Jan. and Feb., 1864 (only Roll on file), En. July 21, 1862, Camp Pratt, La. Remarks: Absent with leave.
Civilian Data: (23 August 2000) Joseph E. Quebedeaux was married to Felecite Arnaud. Details of their having children is not known. There is a pension application for Confederate benefits on file at the Archives in Baton Rouge.
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Rachal, J. S., Pvt. Co. G, 18th La. Inf. En. Oct. 5, 1861, Camp Moore, La. Present on all Rolls to Feb., 1863. Also on Rolls of Co. C, Cons. 18th Regt. and Yellow Jacket Battn. La. Inf., Pvt. Roll dated Feb. 29, 1864, Present. Roll of Prisoners of War, C. S. A., Paroled Natchitoches, La., June 8, 1865. Res. Natchitoches, La.


Rachal, Simeon, Pvt. Co. G, 18th La. Inf. En. Oct. 5, 1861, Camp Moore, La. Present on all Rolls to Feb., 1863.


Ramagossa, Louis F., Pvt. Co. G, 18th La. Inf. En. Oct. 5, 1861, Camp Moore, La. Present on all Rolls to Feb., 1862. Roll May and June, 1862, Absent, sick in Hospl. Jackson, Miss. Rolls July, 1862, to Aug., 1863, Present.


Reese, A., Pvt. Co. H, Crescent Regt. La. Inf. En. New Orleans. La., March 5, 1862. Roll May and June, 1862, Present. Roll July and Aug., 1862, Present. Transfd. from Cres. Regt. to Co. H, 18th La. Inf., July 30, 1862. Rolls from Dec., 1862, to Aug., 1863, Present. Also borne on Rolls of Co. G, Cons. Cres. Regt. La. Inf., Pvt. Roll Jan. and Feb., 1864, Present. On Roll of Prisoners of War, C. S. A., Paroled Natchitoches, La., June 6, 1865. Res. New Orleans. La. Also borne on Rolls of Co. H, 18th La. Inf., Pvt.


Reynaux, Andre, Pvt. Co. G, 18th La. Inf. Roll Jan. and Feb., 1863 (only Roll on which borne), En. Oct. 6, 1862, Camp Pratt, La. Absent, sent to Gen. Hospl., Dec. 18, 1862. Heard of him in Hospl, at New Iberia, La.


Richard, Charles, Pvt. Co. G, 18th La. Inf. Also borne on Rolls of Co. G, Cons. 18th Regt. and Yellow Jacket Battn. La. Inf. Roll of Prisoners of War, C. S. A., Paroled Washington. La., June 21,1865. Res. Livingsotn Par., La.


Richard, L., Pvt. Co. G, 18th La. Inf. Roll of Prisoners of War, C. S. A., Paroled New Iberia, La., by U. S. Officer, only, July and Aug., 1865. Res. Lafayette Par., La.


Richard, Louis, Pvt. Co. –, 18th La. Inf. En. —. Federal Rolls of Prisoners of War, Captured Labadieville, La., Oct. 27, 1862. Paroled Thibodaux, La., Nov. 19, 1862. Also borne on Rolls of Co. G, Cons. 18th Regt. and Yellow Jacket Battn. La. Inf. Roll of Prisoners of War, C. S. A., Paroled New Iberia, La., in July and Aug., 1865. Res. Lafayette Par., La.
14 January 2002 -- Request for information: The Louis Richard that is the subject of this search was married to Miss Pamela Adolestine NAQUIN. It is believed that Louis Richard died in 1889 for the 1890 Census lists her as a widow. A search of the Pension Application Records at the Archives in Baton Rouge have yielded no results to date. Any information with regards to Louis Richard would be greatly appreciated and with hope, we can tie him into the muster roll listed here.
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Ries, Hy., Pvt. Co. D, Crescent Regt. La. Inf. En. New Orleans, La., March 5, 1862. On List dated Corinth, Miss., April 28, 1862, of Prisoners of War who returned from the late battle without arms, many of whom were wounded, some seriously. Roll May and June, 1862, Absent without leave. Furlough to New Orleans April 12, —. Roll July and Aug., 1862, Absent, wounded at Shiloh. Transfd. from Cres. Regt. to Co. G, 18th La. Inf., July 30, —. On List not dated of Prisoners of War who wish to be exchanged. Exchanged from Steamer Louis d'Or, near Baton Rouge, La., Oct. 9, 1862. (Name cancelled on List). (Name cancelled on List.) Roll Nov. and Dec., 1862, Discharged for disability Nov. 29, —. Federal Rolls of Prisoners of War, Captured New Orleans, La., June 16, 1863. Remarks: Not reported. Exchanged from Steamer Frolic, near Baton Rouge, La., Feb. 23, 1863 (name cancelled by line). Also borne on Rolls of Co. G, 18th La. Inf.

Robichaux, Les. (Leonise), Pvt. Co. G, 18th La. Inf. En. Oct. 5, 1861, Camp Moore, La. Present on all Rolls to June, 1862, Roll July and Aug., 1862, Absent, sick, in Hospl. Federal Rolls of Prisoners of War, Captured and paroled Labadieville, La., Oct. 27, 1862. Roll July and Aug., 1863 (last on which borne), Absent, sick, in Hospl. Rolls of Prisoners of War, C. S. A., Paroled Natchitoches, La., June 6, 1865. Res. Lafourche Par., La., as Pvt. Co. F, 18th La. Inf., Robichaux, Leo.
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Robichaux, Theodule, Corpl. Sergt. Cos. G, F, 18th La. Inf. En. Oct. 5, 1861, Camp Moore, La. Present on Roll to Oct. 31, 1861. Roll Nov. and Dec., 1861, Present, promoted 5th Sergt. Dec. 17, 1861, from 1st Corpl. Roll Jan. and Feb., 1862, Present. Roll May and June, 1862, Present, promoted to 3rd Sergt., June 29, from 4th Sergt. Roll July and Aug., 1862, Present. Roll Jan. and Feb., 1863, Present. Roll July and Aug., 1863, Absent, sent to Hospl., order Surgeon, July 13, 1863. Federal Rolls of Prisoners of War, Captured Lafourche, La., June 21, 1863, or Thibodaux, Sept. 19, 1863. On List dated Hdqrs. U. S. Forces, Lafourche District, Thibodaux, La., Feb. 23, 1864, of Paroled Prisoners in Lafourche District. On List not dated of Confederate Prisoners in Lafourche Parish, Paroled and unexchanged. Remarks: Has not taken the Oath. Exchanged Red River Landing, Oct. 23, 1864. Borne on Rolls of Co. F, Cons. 18th Regt. and Yellow Jacket Battn. La. Inf., Pvt. Roll of Prisoners of War, C. S. A., Paroled New Iberia, La., June 11, 1865. Res. Lafourche Par., La.


New Soldier Added on 6 July 2000
Robicheaux, Leon, Pvt. Co. G, 18th La. Inf.
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Robiso, T., Pvt. Co. G, 18th La. Inf. Borne on Rolls of Co. G, Cons, 18th Regt. and Yellow Jacket Battn. La. Inf., Pvt. Roll of Prisoners of War, C. S. A., Paroled New Iberia, La., June 11, 1863. Res. St. Martin Par., La.


Rodenrick, H. (Rodenkirch, Hilary, Henry), Pvt. Co. G, Cons. 18th Regt. and Yellow Jacket Battn. La. Inf. En. July 28, 1862. Camp Pratt. On Register of Prisoners of War, dated April 27, 1863, Captured Bayou Teche, La., April 14, 1863. Roll Jan. and Feb., 1864, Present. Re-enlisted from Hospl.
Additional Data: (30 October 2001) Hilary [Henry] Rodenkirch was from Wisconsin and came to Louisiana prior to the start of the war to work as a "for hire -- reaper -- or machinist" along with his brother-in-law. They were seeking work in the south. At the outbreak of the war, his brother-in-law returned to Wisconsin; but, for some reason Hilary remained in the south. The family story states that he was probably captured by the Confederates and died in a Confederate prison. However, the military muster roll records show that this was more than likely not the case. He apparently joined the southern cause and fought with the 18th Louisiana Infantry Regiment joining in July of 1862 following the Battle of Shiloh. Family lore indicates that Hilary may have died at the Battle of Mansfield -- however, there is no records to substantiate this claim. It is possible that when the war ended, Hilary continued the fight by joining Confederate General Taylor and going into Mexico. We have no end to this story -- nor do we have a final resting place of Hilary. We do know that Hilary married Anna Marie Herriges prior to coming to Louisiana and had at least one child as a result of this marriage. Anna Marie remained in Wisconsin and raised the family that was begun when she married Hilary. She lived in St. Michaels, Wisconsin and the family lore states that she knew that her husband was in the south fighting for the Confederacy but the story does not indicate if she knew if he were dead or alive. We may never know this answer. A check of the Pension Application Records on file at the Archives in Baton Rouge, show no application on file for either Hilary nor his wife/widow Anna Marie.
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Roger, Francois, Pvt. Cos. G, B, 18th La. Inf. En. Oct. 5, 1861, Camp Moore, La. Present on all Rolls to Aug., 1862. Roll Jan. and Feb., 1863. Present. On Register of Prisoners of War, dated April 30, 1863, Captured Bayou Teche, La., April 25, 1863. Exchanged New Orleans, La., —, 1863. (Also served in Co. D., 26th La. Infty.)
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Rogers, Joseph, Pvt. Co. G, 18th La. Inf. En. Sept. 1, 1862, Camp Bisland. Roll Jan. and Feb., 1863, Present. Register of Prisoners of War, dated April 25, 1863. Captured at Bayou Teche, La., April 14, 1863. Paroled below Port Hudson, La., May 11, 1863. Exchanged New Orleans, La., —, 1863. Roll July and Aug., 1863, Absent, left sick at —. Borne on Rolls of Co. F., Cons. 18th Regt. and Yellow Jacket Battn. La. Inf. Roll Jan. and Feb., 1864 (last Roll on file), Present, joined Co. Feb. 26, 1864, from Gen. Hospl. (Nov, 1864, Camden...“Joseph Roger, a member of our company, died and was buried in the cemetery of Camden.” Additional information transcribed from pg. 183, Reminiscences of Uncle Silas by Silas T. Grisamore.)


New Soldier Added on 6 July 2000
Romagosa, Louis R., Pvt. Co. G, 18th La. Inf.
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Rouvert, Edmond, Pvt. Co. G, 18th La. Inf. En. Oct. 5, 1861, Camp Moore, La. Present on all Rolls to Feb., 1862. Register of Prisoners of War, dated April 30, 1863, Captured Bayou Teche, La., April 14, 1863. Exchanged New Orleans, La., —, 1863.(April 6th, 1862, Shiloh...”In our company were killed...Edmond Rouvert...”, Additional information transcribed from pg. 46, Reminiscences of Uncle Silas by Silas T. Grisamore.)


Rouyer, Florian, Pvt. Co. G, 18th La. Inf. En. Oct. 5, 1861, Camp Moore, La. Present on Rolls to Feb., 1862. Federal Rolls of Prisoners of War, Captured Donelson, Feb. 16, 1862, or Pittsburg, April 3, 1862. On Hospl. Register, Admitted May 24, 1862, to U. S. A. Prison Hospl., Camp Douglas, near Chicago, Ill. Released from Hospl., June 18, 1862. Forwd to Vicksburg, Miss., Sept. 2, 1862, to be exchanged. Exchanged from Steamer Jno. H. Done, near Vicksburg, Miss., Sept. 20, 1862. Roll Jan. and Feb., 1863. Present. Federal Rolls of Prisoners of War, Captured Bayou Teche, La., April 14, 1863. Exchanged New Orleans, La. Roll July and Aug., 1863, Present. (April 6th, 1862, Shiloh ...”Florian Rouye was captured without injury and was subsequently exchanged.” Additional information transcribed from pg. 46, Reminiscences of Uncle Silas, by Silas T. Grisamore.)


Royer, Auguste, Pvt. Co. G, 18th La. Inf. En. Jan. 28, 1863, Camp Pratt, La. Present on Roll to Feb., 1863. Rolls June, 1863, to Aug., 1863, Absent, left sick in the march, order of Surgeon, June 20, 1863. Borne on Rolls of Co. F, Cons. 18th Regt. and Yellow Jacket Battn. La. Inf. Roll Jan. and Feb., 1864 (last Roll on file), Absent, detailed without proper authority by Dr. Collins.


Royer, Aurelin (Jean), Pvt. Co. G, 18th La. Inf. Roll Jan. and Feb., 1863 (only Roll on which borne), En. Jan. 28, 1863, Camp Pratt, La. Remarks: Present. Conscript. Joined Co. Feb. 2, 1863, from Camp Pratt.
Civilian Data: (23 August 2000) Jean Aurelien Royer who in civilian life was a farmer. He survived the war. His first marriage was to Marie Oliva Mendoza, June 26, 1867, Church Point, La. This marriage produced seven children. He was married a second time to Marie Adele Bouillion and they had six children. Jean Aurelin served in Co. G., 10th Battalion as well as in the 18th Louisiana. His final resting place is at St. Joseph (old) Cemetery, Rayne, Louisiana. Marie Adele Bouillion's father was Don Louis Bouillon who also served in the Confederate service. He served in Co. K., 18th Louisiana Infantry Regiment. An application for Confederate Pension Benefits exists on file at the Archives in Baton Rouge on behalf of him and his wife/widow, Marie Adele Bouillion. You may view a much more detailed biography of Jean Aurelin Royer in our Veterans Section. For a more complete history of this southwest Louisiana family you can check out the family history web site of the Royer Family, by Jerry Royer at the link listed below. Additional family members serving in the 18th Louisiana Infantry Regiment are: Don Louis Bouillion, Pvt., Co. K., as well as Joseph Cormier, 3rd Corpl., Co. A, 28th Thomas' Louisiana Infantry Regiment.
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Salomon, L. J., Pvt. Co. E, Cres. Regt. La. Inf. En. New Orleans, La., March 5, 1862. Roll May and June, 1862, Absent, detailed at Hdqrs. Gen. Bragg. Roll July and Aug., 1862, Absent, detached Hdqrs. Army Miss. Transfd. from Cres. Regt. to Co. G, 18th La. Inf., July 30, —. Has a descriptive roll furnished July 11, —. Rolls from Nov., 1862, to Feb., 1863, Absent, detailed at Medical Hdqrs. of Gen. Bragg's Army. Also borne on Rolls of Co. G, 18th La. Inf., Pvt., as Solomon, L. J.


Savage, J. W., Pvt. Co. E, Cres. Regt. La. Inf. En. New Orleans, La., March 5, 1862. Roll May and June, 1862, Present. Roll July and Aug., 1862, Absent, extra duty at West Point. Transfd. from Cres. Regt. to Co. G, 18th La. Inf., July 30, —. Return dated Fort Burton, Butte a la Rose, Feb. 14, 1863, of deceased soldiers. Killed in Battle at Texana Road, La., Oct. 27, 1862.


Savage, J. W., Pvt. Co. G, 18th La. Inf. Also on Rolls of Co. A, Cres. Regt. La. Inf., Pvt., as Savage, John W. En. Camp Pratt, Nov. 8, 1862, Enrolled as a Conscript. Roll Nov. and Dec., 1862, Absent, sick, in Hospl. Roll Jan. and Feb., 1863, Absent without leave. Rolls May, 1863, to Aug., 1863, Present. Also borne on Rolls of Co. C, Cons. Cres. Regt. La. Inf., Pvt. Roll Jan. and Feb., 1864 (only Roll on file), Present. Roll Prisoners of War of detachments of different commands, C. S. A., Paroled Alexandria, La., June 10, 1865. Res. Rapides Par., La.


Savoie, Esthival, Pvt. Co. G, 18th La. Inf. En. Oct. 5, 1861, Camp Moore, La. Present on all Rolls to Feb., 1862. On List dated Camp near Corinth, Miss., April 25, 1862, Returned from Shiloh. Rolls July, 1862, to June, 1863, Present. Roll July and Aug., 1863, Absent, sick, sent to Hospl. by Surgeon, July 1, 1863.


Savoie, Robert, Sergt. Co. G, 18th La. Inf. En. Oct. 5, 1861, Camp Moore, La. Present on all Rolls to Feb., 1862. Roll May and June, 1862, Absent, sick, in Hospl., Jackson, Miss. Roll July and Aug., 1862, Absent, furlough 4 days. Rolls Jan., 1863, to Aug., 1863, Present. Also borne on Rolls of Co. F, Cons. 18th Regt. and Yellow Jacket Battn. La. Inf. Roll Jan. and Feb., 1864, Absent, sick, sent to Gen. Hospl. by the Surgeon, Dec. 27, 1863. Roll of Prisoners of War, C. S. A., Paroled Natchitoches, La., June 6, 1865. Res. Lafourche Par., La.


Semer, Q., Pvt. Co. G, Cons. 18th Regt. and Yellow Jacket Battn. La. Inf. Roll Jan. and Feb., 1864 (only Roll on file), En. Jan. 8, 1863. Camp Bisland, for the War. Roll states Present.

Sevin, Felix P., Pvt. Corpl. Co. G, 18th La. Inf. En. Oct. 5, 1861, Camp Moore, La. Present on Rolls to June, 1862. Roll July and Aug., 1862, Absent on furlough of 4 days, July 30. Roll Jan. and Feb., 1863, Present. Roll May and June, 1863, Without remarks. Roll July and Aug., 1863, Present, detailed Aug. 1, 1863, Provost Marshal Grd. at Vermilionville. Also borne on Rolls of Co. F, Cons. 18th Regt. and Yellow Jacket Battn. La. Inf., Sevin, F. P. Roll Jan. and Feb., 1864, Present, rejoined Co. Feb. 14, 1864, having been absent, sick, sent to Gen. Hospl. Roll of Prisoners of War, C. S. A., Paroled Natchitoches, La., June 6, 1865. Res. Lafourche Par., La.


Sevin, Onexipe (Onezipe J.), Pvt. Co. G, 18th La. Inf. En. Oct. 5, 1861, Camp Moore, La. Present on all Rolls to Aug., 1862. Federal Rolls of Prisoners of War, Captured Lafourche, La., Nov. 6, 1862. Exchanged from Steamer Frolic, near Baton Rouge, La., Feb. 23, 1863. [p.520] Roll to Feb., 1863, Absent, sick, since Oct. 27, 1862. Roll May and June, 1863, without remark. Roll July and Aug., 1863, Present. On Rolls of Co. F, Cons. 18th Regt. and Yellow Jacket Battn. La. Inf. Roll Jan. and Feb., 1864, Present. Roll of Prisoners of War, C. S. A., Paroled Natchitoches, La., June 6, 1865. Res. Lafourche Par., La.
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New Soldier Added on 6 July 2000
Shackleford, Samuel H., Pvt. Co. G, 18th La. Inf.
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Simon, Hilaire, Pvt. Co. G, 18th La. Inf. Also borne on Roll of Co. G, Cons. 18th Regt. and Yellow Jacket Battn. La. Inf. Roll of Prisoners of War, C. S. A., Paroled Washington, La., June 22, 1865. Res. Lafayette Par., La.


Simon, Joseph, Pvt. Co. G, 18th La. Inf. Also on Rolls of Co. G, Cons, 18th Regt. and Yellow Jacket Battn. La. Inf. Roll of Prisoners of War, C. S. A., Paroled Washington, La., June 21, 1865. Res. Lafayette Par., La.


Simon, S. J., Pvt. Co. G, 18th La. Inf. Also on Rolls of Co. C, Cres. Regt. La. Inf., Pvt., as Simon, S. George. En. New Orleans, La., March 5, 1862. Present on Roll to June, 1862. Roll July and Aug., 1862, Absent [p.575] without leave. Transfd. from Cres. Regt. to Co. G, 18th La. Inf., July 30, —.


Singleton, J. H., Pvt. Co. G, Cons. 18th Regt. and Yellow Jacket Battn. La. Inf. Roll Jan. and Feb., 1864 (only Roll on file), En. July 21, 1862, Camp Pratt, for the War. Roll states Present.


Soinnier, Antoine (Sonnier, Antoine), Pvt. Co. G, 18th La. Inf. Also borne on Rolls of Co. G, Cons. 18th Regt. and Yellow Jacket Battn. La. Inf. Roll of Prisoners of War, C. S. A., Paroled Washington, La., June 21, 1865. Res. Lafayette Par., La.
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Sommier, Weldre, Pvt. Co. G, 18th La. Inf. Rolls Prisoners of War, C. S. A., Paroled Washington, La., June 21, 1865. Res. Lafayette Par., La.


Sonnier, Weldre, Pvt. Co. G, 18th La. Inf. Also on Rolls of Co. G, Cons. 18th Regt. and Yellow Jacket Battn. La. Inf. Roll of Prisoners of War, C. S. A., Paroled Washington, La., June 21, 1865. Res. Lafayette Par., La.


Southerland, P. J., Pvt. Co. G, 18th La. Inf. Also on Rolls of Co. G, Cres. Regt. La. Inf., Pvt. Roll July and Aug., 1862 (only Roll on which borne), En. —. Absent without leave. Transfd. from Cres. Regt. to Co. G, 18th La. Inf., July 30, 1862.


St. Martin, Alfred L., Sergt., Sergt. Major, Co. G, Field and Staff, 18th La. Inf. En. Oct. 5, 1861, Camp Moore, La. Present on all Rolls to Dec., 1861, Promoted 3rd Sergt., Dec. 17, 1861. Rolls Jan., 1862, to Aug., 1862, Present. Apptd. Sergt. Major, July 18, 1862. Was previously 2nd Sergt. Co. G, acting as Sergt. Major since May 10, 1862. Rolls May, 1863, to Aug., 1863, Present.


Stafford, T., Pvt. Co. G, 18th La. Inf. Also on Rolls of Co. H, Sergt., Pvt., Cres. Regt. La. Inf., Stafford, Samuel. En. New Orleans, La., March 5, 1862. Roll May and June, 1862, Absent on guard at Gen. Beauregard's Hdqrs. Roll July and Aug., 1862, Absent without leave. Transfd. from Cres. Regt. to Co. G, 18th La. Inf., July 30, 1862; has a Descriptive Roll authorizing him to pay up to July 12, —. Corpl, when Transfd. Roll Nov. and Dec., 1862, Absent Without leave. Roll Jan. and Feb., 1863, Absent on detached service, with Gen. Beauregard's body guard. Roll May and June, 1863, Detached from Regt. previous to July 28, 1862. Dropped from Roll, order of Col. A. W. Bosworth. Also on Rolls of Co. H, Cons. Cres. Regt. La. Inf., Sergt. On Roll not dated of Confederate soldiers paroled at Hdqrs. 16th Army Corps, Montgomery, Ala., May 20, 1865.


Stevens, C., Pvt. Co. G, 18th La. Inf. Also on Rolls of Co. H, Cres. Regt. La. Inf., Pvt., as Stevens, C. J. En. New Orleans, La., March 5, 1862. Roll May and June, 1862, Absent, sick. Roll July and Aug., 1862, Absent. Transfd. from Cres. Regt. to Co. G, 18th La. Inf., July 30, 1862, without leave. Roll Nov. and Dec., 1862, Absent, without leave. Roll Jan. and Feb., 1863. Deserted Jan. 27, 1863. Dropped under Order No. 96.


Stewart, John R., Corpl. Sergt. Co. F, Cres. Regt. La. Inf. En. New Orleans, La., March 8, 1862. Roll May and June, 1862, Present, promoted from 2nd Corpl. to 5th Sergt., June 25, —. Roll July and Aug., 1862, Present, Transfd. from Cres. Regt. to Co. G, 18th La. Inf., July 30, —., was a Sergt. in the Regt. Roll Nov. and Dec., 1862, Present. Roll Jan. and Feb., 1863, Present, promoted from 5th Sergt., to 2nd Sergt., Feb. 1, 1863. Rolls from May, 1863, to Aug., 1863, Present. Also borne on Rolls of Co. G, Cons. Cres. Regt. La. Inf. Pvt. Roll Jan. and Feb., 1864, Absent on 30 days furlough, to March 15, 1864. Roll of Prisoners of War of detachment of various commands, C. S. A., Paroled Alexandria, La., June 3, 1865. Res. New Orleans, La.


Stone, G. W., Pvt. Co. G, 18th La. Inf. Also borne on Rolls of Co. H, Pvt. Sergt., Cres. Regt. La. Inf., as Stone, Geo. W. En. New Orleans, La., March 5, 1862. On List dated Corinth, Miss., April 28, 1862, of men who returned from the late battle without arms, many of whom were wounded seriously. Roll May and June, 1862, Absent, sick. Roll July and Aug., 1862, Absent without leave. Transferred from Cres. Regt. to Co. G, 18th La. Inf., July 30, 1862. Rolls Nov., 1862, to Aug., 1863, Present. Also borne on Rolls of Co. G, Cons. Cres. Regt. La. Inf., Pvt. Roll Jan. and Feb., 1864 (only Roll on file), Absent on Provost Guard at Alexandria, La. On Return dated Camp Buckner, Alexandria, La., Dec. 31, 1864, of deceased soldiers. Age 19, hair light, eyes blue, complexion fair, height 5 ft. 8 in., born Durham City, occupation clerk. Died Mansfield, April 8, 1864. Remarks: Killed in battle.
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Stone, M., Pvt. Co. G, 18th La. Inf. Also on Rolls of Co. C, Cres. Regt. La. Inf., Pvt. En. New Orleans, La., March 5, 1862. Present on Rolls to June, 1862. Roll July and Aug., 1862, Absent, extra duty at the Arsenal, Columbus, Transfd. from Cres. Regt. to Co. G, 18th La. Inf., July 30, —. Rolls Nov., 1862, to Aug., 1863, Absent, detached at Columbus, Miss., Also borne on Rolls of Co. G, Cons. Cres. Regt. La. Inf., as Stone, Milton A., Pvt., Corpl. Roll Jan. and Feb., 1864, Present. Roll Prisoners of War, C. S. A., Paroled Natchitoches, La., June 6, 1865. Res. New Orleans, La.


Supke, Herman, Pvt. Co. G, 18th La. Inf. En. Oct. 5, 1861, Camp Moore, La. Present on Roll to Oct. 31, 1861. Roll Nov. and Dec., 1861, Absent, without leave, leave of absence having expired Dec. 18, 1861.(Dec 18, 1861...”Private Herman Supke having obtained a furlough to visit New Orleans, forgot to return and the title of “deserted” was appended to his name.” Additional information transcribed from pg. 16, Reminiscences of Uncle Silas, by Silas T. Grisamore.)


Taber, B. K., Pvt. Co. G, 18th La. Inf. Federal Rolls of Prisoners of War, Captured Spanish Fort, Ala., April 8, 1865. Recd. Ship Island, Miss., April 10, 1865. Transfd. from Ship Island, Miss., to Vicksburg, Miss., May 1, 1865. Paroled Camp Townsend, May 6, 1865.


Theriot, Augustave, Pvt. Co. G, 18th La. Inf. En. Camp Moore, La., Oct. 5, 1861. Present on all Rolls to Feb., 1862. Roll May and June, 1862, Absent on furlough of 30 days, April 15, —, accidental gunshot wound. Roll July and Aug., 1862, Present, with remarks: Absent, wounded, rejoined company Aug. 24, —. Roll Jan. and Feb., 1863, Present. On Roll for May and June, 1863. Without remarks. Roll July and Aug., 1863, Present. Also on Rolls of Co. F, Cons. 18th Regt. and Yellow Jacket Battn. La. Inf., 4th Corpl. Roll Jan. and Feb., 1864, Absent, detailed Feb. 14, 1864. Provost Guard in Alexandria, by order from Hdqrs. Roll of Prisoners of War, C. S. A., Paroled Natchitoches, La., June 6, 1865. Res. Terrebonne Par., La., or Bayou Dalarge. Complexion light, hair light, height 5 ft. 6 in., age 26, eyes gray.
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Theriot, Augustine, Pvt. Co. G, 18th La. Inf.
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Thibodaux, Paul, Pvt. Co. G, 18th La. Inf. En. Camp Moore, La., Oct. 5, 1861. Present on Rolls to Feb., 1862. Promoted 4th Corpl., Dec. 17, 1861. Rolls from May, 1862, to Feb., 1863, Absent, wounded at the Battle of Shiloh, April 6, 1862; obtained a furlough of 60 days from April 16, 1862. Federal Rolls of Prisoners of War, Captured Lafourche, La., Jan. 8, 1863. Exchanged from Steamer Frolic, near Baton Rouge, La., Feb. 23, 1863. Rolls from May, 1863, to Aug., 1863, Absent, detailed April 1, 1863, with A. Q. M. Acting Sergt. Q. M. Also on Rolls of Co. F, Cons. 18th Regt. and Yellow Jacket Battn. La. Inf., as Thibodeaux, Paul, Pvt. Roll Jan. and Feb., 1864, Present, detailed April 1, 1863, with A. Q. M. Acting Sergt. Q. M. Roll of Prisoners of War of companies and regiments, C. S. A., Paroled Washington, La., June 17, 1865. Res. Lafourche Par., La.(April 6th, 1862, Shiloh...“Paul Thibodaux...were wounded but got off the field.” Additional information transcribed from pg. 46, Reminiscences of Uncle Silas, by Silas T. Grisamore.)
Civilian Data: (23 August 2000) Paul Thibodaux was born in Lafourche Parish on 13 October 1830. He married Odile Braud in Thibodaux on 25 June 1866. The couple had one child, Serapleine, who married Thomas Knobloch. This marriage produced ten issues. Paul attended Jefferson College at some point and was a private tutor for young ladies. This is how he met Odile Braud. He lived on the 80 acre tract along Bayou Lafourche where farmed until his death. He was also employed by the Post Office for a period of time, beginning on 21 May 1867. He passed away on 26 May 1869 and was laid to rest at St. Joseph's Catholic Cemetery, Thibodeaux, (Lafourche Parish) Louisiana. His widow applied for a Confederate Pension and was granted it. A copy of the Pension Application is on file at the Archives in Baton Rouge. For a more complete biography on Paul Thibodaux see our Veterans Section.
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Toups, Joseph P.(Paulin) (also on Rolls as Toups, C.; Toups, Joseph O.), Pvt. Co. G, 18th La. Inf. En. Camp Moore, La., Oct. 5, 1861. Present on Rolls to Dec., 1861. Roll Jan. and Feb., 1862, Absent, left in camp near Corinth, sick. Roll May and June, 1862, Present. Roll July and Aug., 1862, Absent on detached service as wagoner with Lt. Grisamore (A. Q. M.). Roll Jan. and Feb., 1863, Present. Rolls from May, 1863, to Aug., 1863, Present. Detailed April 20, 1863, Driver with A. Q. M. Also on Rolls of Co. F, Cons. 18th Regt. and Yellow Jacket Battn. La. Inf., as Toups, J. P., Pvt. Roll Jan. and Feb., 1864, Present, detailed April 20, 1863, with Capt. Grisamore, A. Q. M., by order from Hdqrs. Roll of Prisoners of War, C. S. A., Paroled Natchitoches, La., June 6, 1865. Res. Lafourche Par., La.
Civilian Data: (21 August 2001) Joseph Paulin Toups was a farmer by trade and was married on January 17, 1866 to Justine Meloe Gaudet. There were a number of children born of this union including Marie Olympe Toups who married Clay Melancon. The date of Joseph Paulin's death is not stated but we know that he is laid to rest at St. Joseph Cemetery, Thibodaux, LA.
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Trahan, Joseph (also on Rolls as Trahant, Joseph), Pvt. Co. G, 18th La. Inf. En. Camp Moore, La., Oct. 5, 1861. Present on all Rolls to Feb., 1862. Roll May and June, 1862, Absent, sick, in Hospl., Jackson, Miss. Roll July and Aug., 1862, Died in neighboring Hospl. about June 1, —. Roll Jan. and Feb., 1863, Present, joined the company Feb. 2, 1863. Conscript.(July 8, 1862, Tupelo ...”Information reached us that Joseph Clotus Trahant had died at Canton about the 4th July.” Additional information transcribed from pg. 81, Reminiscences of Uncle Silas, by Silas T. Grisamore.)

Trahand, Ferdinand, Pvt. Co. G, 18th La. Inf. Also on Rolls of Co. G, Cons. 18th Regt. and Yellow Jacket Battn. La. Inf., Pvt. Roll of Prisoners of War of companies and regiments, C. S. A., Paroled Washington, La., June 21, 1865. Res. Lafayette Par., La.


Trepagnier, F. (also on Rolls as Trepagnier, Francais), Pvt. Co. G, 18th La. Inf. Federal Rolls of Prisoners of War, Captured St. Charles, Jan. 21, 1863. Exchanged from Steamer Frolic, near Baton Rouge, Feb. 23, 1863. Remarks: Belonged to Winchester Batty.


Trepagnier, Leon, Pvt. Co. G, 18th La. Inf. Federal Rolls of Prisoners of War, Captured St. Charles, Jan. 21, 1863. Exchanged from Steamer Frolic, near Baton Rouge, Feb. 23, 1863. Remarks: Belonged to Winchester Batty.


Triche, Dorville, Pvt. Co. G, 18th La. Inf. En. Camp Moore, La., Oct. 5, 1861. Present on all Rolls to Feb., 1862. Roll May and June, 1862, Absent, sick, in Hospl., Jackson, Miss. Roll July and Aug., 1862, Was absent on furlough, rejoined company Aug. 24, —. Rolls from Jan., 1863, to Aug., 1863, Present. Also on Rolls of Co. F, Cons. 18th Regt. and Yellow Jacket Battn. La. Inf., Pvt. Roll Jan. and Feb., 1864, Present. Roll of Prisoners of War, C. S. A., Paroled Natchitoches, La., June 6, 1865. Res. Lafourche Par., La.


Triche, Joachim, Pvt. Co. G, 18th La. Inf. Roll July and Aug., 1863 (only Roll on which borne), En. Camp Thibodaux, July 1, 1863. Remarks: Absent, left sick at Camp —. Also on Rolls of Co. F, Cons. 18th Regt. and Yellow Jacket Battn. La. Inf., as Triche, Jouchim, Pvt. Roll Jan. and Feb., 1864, Present. On Hospl. Register, Admitted to C. S. A. Gen. Hospl., Shreveport, La., Jan. 22, 1865. Returned to duty Jan. 25, 1865.


Trone (Trounee), Joseph (Adam), Pvt. Co. G, 18th La. Inf. En. Camp Moore, La., Oct. 5, 1861. Rolls from Oct. 31, 1861, to Aug., 1863, Present. Also on Rolls of Co. F, Cons. 18th Regt. and Yellow Jacket Battn. La. Inf., Pvt. En. Camp Thibodeaux, July 1, 1863. Roll Jan. and Feb., 1864, Present.
Civilian Data: (25 April 2001) Pierre Trone and Stephanie Menard immigrated directly from Vilaine (Fougeres Dept), France to Thibodaux, La. in the 1830s. Pierre's brother, Ted Trone joined him in Thibodeaux. They were both farmers. Ted married Marie Riviere probably in Thibodeaux, Aug 13, 1842. Ted and Marie had six children, one of whom is Joseph A. Trone, born Aug 16, 1845. Joseph Adam Trone married Amelia LaGarde. Joseph Adam joined the 18th Louisiana and served in Co. G. (Lafourche Creoles) for a brief time, being discharged for being underage. He later rejoined the regiment in July 1863. He survived the war and passed away in 1903. He is buried at St. Joseph Catholic Cemetery, Thibodaux, Lafourche Parish, Louisiana. The family name is also spelled Trounee. An application for Confederate Widow's benefits is on file at the Archives in Baton Rouge for Amelia LaGarde.
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Tucker, Patrick H., Pvt. Co. G, 18th La. Inf. En. Aug. 6, 1861, Camp Pulaski. Rolls May, 1862, to April, 1863, Present. Roll May and June, 1863, Killed at Chancellorsville. Born Missouri, occupation farmer, Res. Oak Ridge, age when enlisted 22, single.
Additional Information (14 November 2001): Cousin to Caleb J. Tucker, Capt., Co. I. (Allen Rifles), Lafourche 26th La. Killed at Vicksburg 28 December 1862 at Chickasaw Bayou.
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Vedroz, Antoine (also on Rolls as Vedroy, Antoine), Pvt. Co. G, 18th La. Inf. En. Camp Moore, La., Oct. 5, 1861. Present on all Rolls to Feb., 1862. Rolls from May, 1862, to Feb., 1862 (?), Wounded at Shiloh, April 6, —. Furlough of 30 days from April 15, —. Roll July and Aug., 1863, Absent, left sick July 14, 1863, at Camp Cox. See Geo. H. Vennard, Cres. Regt.


White, William, Pvt. Co. G, 18th La. Inf. En. Camp Moore, La., Oct. 5, 1861. Present on all Rolls to Feb., 1862. (April 7th, 1862, 2nd Day of Shiloh...”As we were coming into position, William White, of our company, took the flag and carried it forward some 50 or 100 yards ahead of our line in spite of remonstrances, and there planting the flag by his side began firing upon the enemy and remained there until he was severely wounded.” April 7th, 1862, 2nd Day of Shiloh...“...and William White was badly wounded and captured. White had a leg afterwards amputated, died on a steamboat, and was buried at Hawesville, Kentucky.,...”Additional information transcribed from pg. 49-50, Reminiscences of Uncle Silas, by Silas T. Grisamore.) This researcher has contacted the Clarion in Hawesville, Kentucky and this paper was in existance during the Civil War. There is NO RECORD of the "arrival" of Pvt. William White, nor is there a burial site on record as of this date.)
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Winder, George G. (George Guion), Pvt. Co. G, 18th La. Inf. En. Camp Roman, Nov. 17, 1861. Present on all Rolls to Feb., 1863. Federal Rolls of Prisoners of War, Captured Bayou Teche, La., April 14, 1863. Sent to New Orleans, La., to be exchanged. On Hospl. Register, Admitted to St. James U. S. A. Gen. Hospl., New Orleans, La., May 2, 1863, typhoid fever. Remarks: Rebel prisoner. Took the Oath of Allegiance. Roll July and Aug., 1863, Present, detailed Aug. 1, 1863, Provost Guard at Vermilionville. Also on Rolls of Co. F, Cons. 18th Regt. and Yellow Jacket Battn. La. Inf., Pvt. Roll Jan. and Feb., 1864, Absent, sick, sent to Gen. Hospl. by the Surgeon. Nov. 26, 1863. Has his descriptive list. On Hospl. Register, Admitted to C. S. A. Gen. Hospl., Shreveport, La., March 14, 1865. Transfd. March 18, 1865, Keatchie. Roll of Prisoners of War of furloughed and detailed men, C. S. A., Paroled Shreveport, La., June 7, 1865. Res. Terrebonne, Par., La., complexion light, hair brown, height 5 ft. 7 in., age 21, eyes blue.
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