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Statistics Relating
to the
18th Regiment Louisiana Infantry
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      The following lists include the causalities incurred by the men of the 18th Louisiana and include excerpts from their service records attesting to the type of injury incurred. It should be clearly noted that the figures listed below could be considered biased. In some cases the injury incurred by the individual soldier occurred prior to their being transferred into the 18th Louisiana (as in the case of members of the Crescent Regiment), specifically referring to the Battle of Shiloh. The lists may/may not be complete, for the information was taken from the sources as named in the Reference Section of this writing. Please keep this in mind as the reader views the following lists.)

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Killed in Action

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Totals: Killed in Action: 29 (Reflect the military records figures and in Grisamore’s book)
(Broken Down By Company and then listed in Alphabetical Order)

Field and Staff: 2

Company F: 2

Company A: None

Company G: 10

Company B: 2

Company H: 2

Company C: 4

Company I: 1

Company D: 1

Company K: 2

Company E: 1

Company ?: 2

Field and Staff.

Mouton, Alfred
, Col., Field and Staff, 18th La. Inf. April 8th, 1864, Mansfield...“But the greatest loss to us all on that day was the death of our noble General Mouton, who was dastardly killed in the moment of victory whilst striving to avoid any further loss of life to the enemy by some Federals who had thrown down their arms, but seeing him some distance from his own men, fired upon him, killing him instantly.”

Armant, Leopold L.,1st Lt., Major, Col. F. & S. 18th La. Infty.April 8th, 1864, Mansfield...“Col. Armant, the brave and youthful commander of the 18th, was instantly killed:...”.

Company A.
St. James Rifles (St. James).

The Muster Roll records nor the records of Booth indicate no soldiers from this company as to falling into this catagory.

Company B. St. Landry Volunteers (St. Landry).

Barton, B. G., 3rd Sergt. Co. B. Crescent Regt. La. Infty. Co. B. 18th La. Infty. Killed in Battle at Texans Road, La., Oct. 27th, 1862.

Wall, B. D., Pvt. Co. B, 18th La. Inf. On Return dated Camp Buckner, near Alexandria, La., Dec. 31, 1864, of deceased soldicrs. Died in action at Mansfield, La., April 8, 186–.

Company C.
Natchitoches Rebels (Natchitoches).

Guidry, Alexander, Pvt. Co. C, 18th La. Inf. Killed in engagement of Nov. 7, 1863.

Vosberg, F.
, Pvt. Co. C, 18th La. Inf.Absent, missing since April 7, — at Shiloh, supposed dead.

Wood, John (also on Rolls as Woode, J. D.), Capt. Co. C, 18th La. Inf.April 6th, 1862, Shiloh...”The result of the charge made upon the enemy by the 18th Regiment was distastrous, especially to our company...Captains Wood of Cloutierville and Lestrappes of Opelousas were killed;...”.

Watterson, W., Pvt. Co. C, 18th La. Inf. On Return dated Fort Burton, Butte a la Rose, Feb. 14, 1863, of deceased soldiers killed in Battle of Shiloh, Tenn., April 7, 1862.

Company D.
Hayes Champions (St. Mary).

Shipman, W. C.
, Pvt. Co. D, 18th La. Inf. Also borne on Rolls of Co. G, Cres. Regt. La. Inf., Pvt. and Corpl. Transfd. from Cres. Regt. to Co. D, 18th La. Inf., Aug. 1, 1862. On Return dated Camp Buckner, near Alexandria, La., Dec. 31, 1864, of deceased soldiers, Died in action at Mansfield, April 8, 1862.

Company E.
Chasseurs St. Jacques (St. James).

Webre, Florian, Pvt. Corpl. Co. E, 18th La. Inf. Killed at Farmington, May 9, 1862.

Company F.
Arcadian Guards (Lafayette).

Mccormick, J. E., Pvt. Co. A, Crescent Regt. La. Inf. Transfd. to 18th Regt. for the War. On Return dated Camp Buckner, near Alexandria, La., Dec. 31, 1864, Died in action at Mansfield, April 8, 186–. (This soldier is on the Rolls of Co. F.)

Toppel, —, Pvt. Co. F, 18th La. Inf. Killed in action at Murfreesboro, Dec. 31, 1862.

Company G.
Lafourche Creoles (Lafourche).

Abadie, Amadeo H., Pvt. Co. G. 18th. La. Infty. 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 Amadeo Abadie...”.

Achee, Bellzaire, Pvt. Co. G. 18th. La.-Infty. April 6th, 1862, Shiloh...”In our company were killed...Belisaire Achee...”.

Barrios, Prosper, Pvt. Co. G. 18th La. Infty. April 6th, 1862, Shiloh...”In our company were killed...Prosper Barrios...”.

Levron, Aurelin, Pvt. Co. G, 18th La. Inf. April 6th, 1862, Shiloh...”In our company were killed...Aurelin Levron...”.

Mcevers, Douglas S., Pvt. Co. G, 18th La. Inf. April 6th, 1862, Shiloh...”In our company were killed...Dr. Douglas McEvers...”.

Paris, Victor, Pvt. Co. G, 18th La. Inf.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”.

Rouvert, Edmond, Pvt. Co. G, 18th La. Inf.April 6th, 1862, Shiloh...”In our company were killed...Edmond Rouvert...”. (This may be in error...possibly only wounded. See complete record in Company G.)

Savage, J. W., Pvt. Co. E, Cres. Regt. La. Inf. 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.

Stone, G. W., Pvt. Co. G, 18th La. Inf. Died Mansfield, April 8, 1864. Remarks: Killed in battle.

Tucker, Patrick H., Pvt. Co. G, 18th La. Inf. Killed at Chancellorsville.

Company H. Confederate Guards (Orleans).

Aucoin, A., Pvt. Co. H. 18th La. Infty.“Killed at Battle of Camp Bisland, April 13th, 1863.”

Roche, A., Pvt. Co. H, 18th La. Inf. Killed Battle of Bisland, April 13, 1863.

Company I.
Orleans Cadet Company C (Orleans).

O'Connor, M. F., Pvt. Co. I, 18th La. Inf. Killed in action, Mansfield, La., April 8, 1864.

Company K.
Opelousas Volunteers (St. Landry).

Lastrapes, Louis, Pvt. Co. B, 18th La. Inf. (According to Bergeron’s book, a Louis Lastrapes was made Capt. of Co. K [date not stated], and was subsequently killed on April 6th, 1862, at the Battle of Shiloh....April 6th, 1862, Shiloh...”The result of the charge made upon the enemy by the 18th Regiment was disastrous, especially to our company. The loss of officers and men killed, wounded, and captured was about 200. Captains Wood of Cloutierville and Lestrappes of Opelousas were killed;...”.

Birdsall, Benjamin P., 2nd Lt. 1st Lt. Co. K. 18th La. Infty. “Killed in Battle of Sharpsburg, Md., Sept. 17th, 1862.”

Company Not Known.

Chandler, W. P. (also Chandler, William P.), Pvt. Co. A. Crescent Regt. La. Infty. Transfd. from Cres. to 18th La. Vols., Aug. 1st, 1862. Annual Return dated Camp Buchanan, near Alexandria, La., Dec. 31st, 1864, Died April 8th, Mansfield, in action.

King, John
, Sergt. Co. A Crescent Regt. La. Inf. 18th Regt. La. Inf. Killed in action at Mansfield April 8, 1862.

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Wounded in Action

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Totals: Wounded in Action: 162 (Reflect the military records figures and in
Grisamore’s book)(Broken Down By Company and then listed in Alphabetical Order)

Field and Staff: None

Company F: 18

Company A: 6

Company G: 31

Company B: 19

Company H: 17

Company C: 13

Company I: 18

Company D: 15

Company K: 6

Company E: 17

Company ?: 2


Field and Staff.

The Muster Roll records and the records of Booth indicate that no men fall into this catagory from the Field and Staff.

Company A.
St. James Rifles (St. James).

Becnel, Louis
, Pvt. 1st La. Cos. E. and H. 18th La. Infty.( Footnote #20, for pg. 157 referres to Capt. Louis Becnel of Co. A...April 8th, 1864, Mansfield...“Capt. S. A. Poche and Lieuts. Melville, Webre, and Becnel were wounded.”

Cenas, R. B., (also Cenas, Richard B.), Pvt. Cos. H. F. C. Crescent Regt. La. Infty.18th Regt. La. Vols. Absent. Wounded at Battle of Shiloh. (Pvt. Cenas was with Crescent Regt. at time of being wounded.)

Masson, J. H., Pvt. Co. A, 18th La. Inf. Absent, taken prisoner and wounded at Texana, Oct. 27, 1862.

O'Brien, Joseph, Pvt. Co. C, Cres. Regt. La. Inf. Absent, mu??tilated at Shiloh, wounded at Shiloh, in New Orleans. ( Pvt. O’Brien was on the rolls of the Cres. Regt. at time of wounded.Muster Rolls received from Jackson Barracks, indicate that this soldier was carried on the rolls for Company A.)

Porta, Cesar, Pvt. Co. A, 18th La. Inf. Absent, taken prisoner and wounded at Texana, Oct. 27, 1862.

Theriot, Arthur (also on Rolls as Theriaux, Arthur), Pvt. Co. A, 18th La. Inf. Admitted to City U. S. A. Gen. Hospl., St. Louis, Mo., April 19, 1862, gunshot wound. Absent, wounded and taken prisoner at the Battle of Shiloh, April 6, —.

Company B.
St. Landry Volunteers (St. Landry).

Bellard, Christoval
, Pvt. Co. B. 18th La. Infty. “Absent. Wounded at Shlloh.

Bello, Vallery, Pvt. Co. B. 18th La. Infty.“Wounded at Battle of Shiloh, April 6th, 1862.”

Black, C. E., Pvt. Co. B. 18th La. Infty.“Absent. Wounded. No Descriptive Roll.”

Carpiette, P. (also Carpiette, S.), Pvt. Co. B. 18th La. Infty. Absent. Wounded. No descriptive list.

Claibornne, George
, Pvt. Co. B. 18th La. Infty. Died in action at Mansfield, April 8th, 186–.

Duplechin, T. (also Duplechain, T.), Pvt. Co. B, 18th La. Inf. Wounded at Shiloh and left for St. Landry, La., on furlough on the 12th of April, 1862.

Fribourg, F. L. (also Friboug, F. L.; Frebourg, F. L.), Pvt. Co. B, 18th La. Infty. Absent, wounded, taken prisoner at battle of Texana Road, Oct. 27, 1862. Thought to be killed Oct. 27, 1862.

Godeau, Don Louis, Pvt. Co. B, 18th La. Inf. Rolls from May, 1862, to Aug., 1862, Absent on furlough on account of wounds Recd. at Shiloh.

Guidry, Alexander, Pvt. Sergt. Co. B, 18th La. Inf. Absent on furlough, wounded at Battle of Shiloh.

Guidry, Thelismar, Pvt. Co. B, 18th La. Inf. Absent, wounded at Shiloh and furloughed.

Hayes, James G., Corpl. Capt. Co. B, K, 18th La. Inf. April 6th, 1862, Shiloh...”The result of the charge made upon the enemy by the 18th Regiment was disastrous, especially to our company. The loss of officers and men killed, wounded, and captured was about 200...Hayes of Opelousas...were wounded;...”

Herbert, Ferdinand, Pvt. Sergt. Co. B, 18th La. Inf.On List dated Camp near Corinth, Miss., Hdqrs., April 28, 1862, of men who returned from Battle of Shiloh, wounded.

Joubert, Lucien, Pvt. Co. B, 18th La. Inf. Roll for May and June, 1862, Discharged June 30 on account of wounds Recd. at Shiloh.

Lastrapes, Adolphe, Pvt. Co. B, 18th La. Inf. Wounded at battle of Shiloh. Discharged on this date, – on account of wounds recd. at Shiloh.

Lastrapes, Alphonse G., Pvt. Co. B, 18th La. Inf. Absent, on furlough, wounded at battle of Shiloh.

Mabboux, Marcel, Pvt. Co. B, 18th La. Inf. Absent on furlough, wounded at battle of Shiloh.

Mudd, Benjamin S., Pvt. Co. B, 18th La. Inf. wounded at Shiloh.

Poche, T. A., Capt. 18th La. Inf. Co. B. April 8th, 1864, Mansfield...“Capt. S. A. Poche and Lieuts. Melville, Webre, and Becnel were wounded.”

Wall, B. D., Pvt. Co. B, 18th La. Inf. On List [p.972] dated Corinth, Miss., April 28, 1862, of men who returned from the late Battle of Shiloh without arms, many of whom were wounded seriously.

Company C
. Natchitoches Rebels (Natchitoches).

Anty, Arthur
, Pvt. Co. C. 18th La. Infty.“Absent. On Furlough of 30 Days on Account of Wounds Received at Shiloh from April 13th.”

Brosset, P. (also Brosset, Philip), Pvt. Co. C. 18th La. Infty. Roll for May and June, 1862, Absent on furlough of 30 days on account of wound recd. at Shiloh.

Cloutier, Emife (Emile?) ,3rd Lt. Capt. Co. C. 18th La. Infty.Absent; on leave of absence of 20 days (on account of wounds recd. at Shiloh)

Cook, Lewis D., Pvt. Co. C. Crescent Regt. La. Infty. Absent. Wounded at Shiloh. Sent to New Orleans, La. Furlough expired. Roll for July and Aug., 1862, Absent. 18th La. Infty. July 30th, 1862, Absent. Sick and wounded. (Pvt. Cook was a member of the Crescent Regt. at time of his injury.)

Guidry, Alexander, Pvt. Co. C, 18th La. Inf. Wounded at Gettysburg.

Hartnell, J., Pvt. Co. F, Crescent Regt. La. Inf. Absent, wounded. Also appears on Rolls of Co. C, 18th La. Inf. as Hartnell, J. (Pvt. Hartnell was a member of the Crescent Regt. at time of his injury.)

Hertzog, Fred, Pvt. Co. C, 18th La. Inf. Roll for May and June, 1862, Absent on a furlough of 30 days (on account of wounds Recd. at Shiloh) from April 13.

Lobdell, C. A., Pvt. Co. C; 18th La. On list dated Corinth, Miss., April 28, 1862, of men returned from battle of Shiloh without arms or seriously wounded.

Oliver, T. H. (also borne on Rolls as Oliver, Thos. H.), Pvt. Co. C, 18th La. Inf. On Hospl. Register, Admitted April 13, 1862, to No. 2 U. S. A. Gen. Hospl., Louisville, Ky., gunshot wound.

Payne, C. A., Pvt. Co. C, 18th La. Inf. Rolls May, 1862, to Aug., 1862, Absent on 30 days' furlough on account of wounds Recd. at Shiloh, since April 13, 1862.

Rachal, B. J., Pvt. Co. C, 18th La. Inf. Absent, on furlough of 30 days, on account of wound, received Shiloh, from April 13. Also on Rolls of Co. H, Cons. 18th Regt. and Yellow Jacket Battn. La. Inf. Roll Jan. and Feb., 1864, Died Jan. 3, 1864, Natchitoches.

Walker, Garrett, Pvt. Co. C, 18th La. Inf. On List dated Corinth, Miss., April 28, 1862, of men who returned from the late battle without arms, many of whom were wounded, some seriously.

Watkins, A. A., Pvt. Co. C, 18th La. Inf. wounded since Shiloh.

Company D. Hayes Champions (St. Mary).

Bauman, Pierre, Pvt. Co. D. 18th La. Infty. “Wounded at Shiloh April 5th or 7th. Sick in New Orleans.

Czarnowski, Osoar
, Pvt. Co. I. Cres. Regt. La. Infty. Wounded at Shiloh, April 7th. Furloughed at First. Co. D. 18th Regt. La. Vols. (Pvt. Czarnowski was a membe of the Cres. Regt. at time of his injury.)

Avery, Dudley, 2nd Jr. Lt., 2nd Lt. Co. D. 18th La. Infty. Also Borne on Rolls of Co. E. 18th (Cons.) and Yellow Jacket Battn. La. Infty. April 6th, 1862, Shiloh...”The result of the charge made upon the enemy by the 18th Regiment was disastrous, especially to our company. The loss of officers and men killed, wounded, and captured was about 200...Avery of New Iberia...were wounded;...”
(According to Muster Roll pages received from Jackson Barracks, this soldier was listed on the rolls of Co. H.)


Falconer, R. J.
, Pvt. Co. I, Cres. Regt. La. Inf. 18th Regt. La. Inf. Rolls from Dec., 1862, to Aug., 1863, Absent. Taken prisoner Texana Road, Oct. 27, 1862 (wounded).(Muster Roll pages received from Jackson Barracks, New Orleans, indicate this soldier as being in Co. D.)

Fletcher, Martin (also Fletcher, Mark; Fletcher, M.), Pvt. Co. D, 18th La. Inf. Regtl. Return for June, 1862, wounded at Shiloh, April 6 or 7, 1862.

Fuchs, G. F. (also Fresh, G.), Pvt. Co. D, Cres. Regt. La. Infty.18th Regt. La. Infty. Absent, wounded at Shiloh April 6, and furloughed 20 days from April 12. (Pvt. Fuchs was a member of the Cres. Regt. at time of his injury.)

Hebert, Desire, Pvt. Co. D, 18th La. Inf. On list dated Camp near Corinth, Hdqrs., April 28, 1862, of men wounded at Shiloh.

James, D. A., Pvt. Co. D. Crescent Regt. La. Inf. Co. D, 18th Regt. La. Inf. Wounded at Battle of Shiloh, April 6, and furloughed 30 days from April 12. (Pvt. James was a member of the Crescent Regt. at time of his injury.)

Krail, Charles , Pvt. Co. D, Cres. Regt. La. Inf. Absent, taken prisoner at battle Texana Roads, (wounded). On Hospl. Register, admitted Nov. 4, 1862, to St. James U. S. A. Gen. Hospl., New Orleans, La. Released from Hospl., Nov. 7, 1862.

Mahaney, Patrick, Pvt. Co. D, 18th La. Inf. Absent, wounded battle July 1. Captured Fredericksburg, Va., May 3, 1863.

Meyers, Thomas, Pvt. Co. D, 18th La. Inf. Wounded at Shiloh, April 6 and 7, sick in New Orleans, La., on furlough, dropped.

Mulhall, John, Pvt. Corpl. Co. D, Crescent Regt. La. Inf. 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. Co. D, 18th La. Inf., while absent, sick. (Pvt. Mulhall was a member of the Crescent Regt. at time of his injury.)

Murphy, William L., Pvt. Co. E, Crescent Regt. La. Inf. Co. D, 18th Regt. La. Inf. Absent, taken prisoner at Battle of Texana Road, Oct. 27, 1862; wounded.

White, J. G., — Co. D, 18th La. Inf. On List dated Corinth, Miss., April 28, 1862, of men who returned from the late battle without arms, many of whom were wounded, some seriously.

Wilson, James C., Pvt. Co. D, 18th La. Inf. The said Wilson was taken prisoner at Shiloh, April 6, 1862, and came back to his Regt. the 24th inst. Federal Rolls of Prisoners of War, Captured Pitts Landing, Tenn., April 7, 1862. On Hospl. Register, Admitted to No. 4 U. S. A. Gen. Hospl., Louisville, Ky., April 17, 1862. Wound in right ankle. Sent to Gen. Hospl., Camp Chase, April 25, 1862.

Company E.
Chasseurs St. Jacques (St. James).

Armstrong, Fred A., Pvt. Cos. E. and K. Crescent Regt. La. Infty. On List dated Corinth, Miss., April 25th, 1862, of “Men Who Returned from the Late Battle Without Arms, Many of Them Seriously Wounded.”Transfd. from Crescent Regiment La. Infty. to 18th. (Pvt. Armstrong was a member of the Crescent Regt. at time of his injury.)

Banner, J. M., 1st Lt. Co. E. 18th La. Infty. (Cons.) and Yellow Jacket Battn. “Wounded at Fordoche. Sept. 29th, 1863. Leave of Absence Till June 1st, 1864.”

Becnel, Louis, Pvt. 1st La. Cos. E. and H. 18th La. Infty.(April 8th, 1864, Mansfield...“Capt. S. A. Poche and Lieuts. Melville, Webre, and Becnel were wounded.”

Donaldson, P. A. (also Donalson, P. A.), Pvt. Co. E. 18th La. Infty. Roll July and Aug., 1863. Discharged on account of wounds recd. at Texana, La., July 27th, 1863.

Ganier, Elie, Pvt. Sergt. Co. E, 18th La. April 8th, 1864, Mansfield...“The gallant Col. Beard of Shreveport, of the Crescent Regiment, see his men wavering, took the regimental flag, and leading his men forward was killed...”(additional officers names are mentioned)“...It was then taken by Sergeant Ganier of the 18th, who was wounded whilst he had it in his possission..”

Hymel, Theophile, Pvt. Co. E, 18th La. Inf. Appears on List dated Camp near Corinth, Hdqrs, 18th Regt. La. Vols., April 28, 1862. Remarks: Wounded. Rolls from May to Aug., 1862, Absent, wounded at Shiloh and absent in St. James since April 11, 1862. Roll for Jan. and Feb., 1863, Dropped Feb. 1, 1863, having been wounded and absent since.

Melancon, Camille H., Corpl. Pvt. Co. E, 18th La. Inf. Absent, wounded, at Shiloh, April 6, 1862, in St. James, La., since April 11, 1862.

Melville, Thomas D., Corpl. 3rd Lt. Co. H, 18th La. Inf. Also on Rolls of Co. E. Cons. 18th Regt. and Yellow Jacket Battn. La. Inf. April 8th, 1864, Mansfield...“Capt. S. A. Poche and Lieuts. Melville, Webre, and Becnel were wounded.”

Mire, Leon, Pvt. Co. E, 18th La. Inf. Federal Rolls of Prisoners of War, Captured at Pittsburg Landing, April 8, 1862. On Hospl. Register, Admitted April 19, 1862, to City U. S. A. Gen. Hospl., St. Louis, Mo., gunshot wound. Also borne on Rolls of Co. B, Cons. 18th Regt. and Yellow Jacket Battn. La. Inf., Pvt., as Mire, L.

Mcvey, W. H., Pvt. Co. F, Crescent Regt. La. Inf. En. New Orleans, La., March 10 1862. Roll May and June, 1862, Absent, sick, in Hospl. Roll July and Aug., 1862, Absent, wounded. Transfd. from Cres. Regt. to Co. E, 18th Regt. La. Vols., July 30, 1862. (Pvt. Mcvey was a member of the Crescent Regt. at time of his injury.)

Phelan, Patrick, Pvt. Co. E, 18th La. Inf. Absent, wounded at Shiloh, April 6, 1862, and absent in St. John the Baptist, since April 11, 1862.

Price, J. W., Pvt. Co. E, 18th La. Inf. On List dated Corinth, Miss., April 28, 1862, of men wounded at Shiloh, Discharged Aug. 26, 1862, on account of wound Recd. near Corinth, having been Transfd. from Cres. Regt. to Co. E, 18th La. Inf., July 30, 1862.

Shumwell, A. J., Pvt. Corpl. Cos. E, H, Cres. Regt. La. Inf. On List dated Corinth, Miss., April 28, 1862, of men who returned from the late battle without arms, many of whom were wounded, some seriously. Co. H, 18th La. Inf., July 30, 1862. (Pvt. Shumwell was a member of the Cres. Regt. at time of his injury.)

Trepagnier, Alfred, Pvt. Corpl. Co. E, 18th La. Inf. On List dated Camp near Corinth, Hdqrs. of 18th Regt. La. Vols., April 28, 1862, of men who returned from the Battle of Shiloh. Remarks: Wounded. Rolls of Co. B, Cons. 18th Regt. and Yellow Jacket Battn. La. Inf., as Trepagnier, A., 1st Corpl.

Vanderveer, A. H.
, Pvt. Co. F, Cres. Regt. La. Inf. Transfd. from Cres. Regt. to Co. E, 18th La. Inf., July 30, 1862. Absent, taken prisoner at Texana Road, Oct. 27, 1862, and wounded in thigh by musket ball.

Webre, Charles (also on Rolls as Weber, Charles A.), Pvt. Sergt. Co. E, 18th La. Inf. On List dated Camp near Corinth, Hdqrs. 18th Regt. La. Vols., April 28, 1862, of men who returned from the Battle of Shiloh. Remarks: Wounded. Roll May and June, 1862, Absent, wounded at Shiloh, April 6, 1862. Also on Rolls of Co. B, Cons. 18th Regt. and Yellow Jacket Battn. La. Inf.

Webre, J. S. (also on Rolls as Webre, Septime), Pvt. 2nd Lt. Co. E, 18th La. Inf. April 8th, 1864, Mansfield...“Capt. S. A. Poche and Lieuts. Melville, Webre, and Becnel were wounded.”

Company F. Arcadian Guards (Lafayette).

Bernard, Cleobule, Pvt. Co. F. 18th La. Infty.“Absent. Wounded. Missing at the Battle of Shiloh, April 6th, 1862.”

Breaux, Vilmond (also on Rolls as Braux, V.; Brand, V.), Pvt. Co. F. 18th La. Infty. Appears on list of men who returned from the Battle of Shiloh. Wounded. (Med. Corps.).

Broussard, Drauzin, Pvt. Co. F. 18th La. Infty. Sent to Gen. Hospl. since May 14th, account of wound received at Farmington.

Broussard, Martial
, Pvt. Co. F. 18th La. Infty. On List not dated of men who returned from Battle of Shiloh without arms, April —, 1862. Wounded.

Broussard, Onez
, 3rd Lt. 2nd Lt. Co. F. 18th La. Infty. Absent on furlough of 60 days since April 16th, 1862, from wounds received at Shiloh.

Broussard, T. (possibly J.), Pvt. Co. F. 18th La. Infty. Wounded, absent at Hospital.

Butcher, William G., Corpl. Pvt. Co. F. 18th La. Infty. Absent. Wounded. Missing at Shiloh, April 6th, 1862. Regtl. Return for June, 1862, Wounded, Missing since April 6th at Shiloh. 1862. Regtl. Return July. 1862, Missing. Wounded at Shiloh. Dropped, order of Maj. Gen., July 1st, 1862. Federal Rolls of Prisoners of War, Captured Shiloh, Tenn., April 6th, 1862. Admitted April 19th, 1862, to City U. S. A. Gen. Hospl., St. Louis, Mo. Admitted June 25th, 1862. to Smallpox Hospl., U. S. A. Gen. Hospl., St. Louis, Mo.

Cenas, R. B.
, (also Cenas, Richard B.), Pvt. Cos. H. F. C. Crescent Regt. La. Infty. 18th Regt. La. Vols. (Wounded at Shiloh and in Federal service), Jan. 20th, 1863. (Pvt. Cenas was with the Crescent Regt. at the time of his injury.)

Chase, T. B., Pvt. Co. C. Crescent Regt. La. Infty. Absent. Wounded at Shiloh. Transfd. from Crescent Regt. to 18th. La. for the War. (Pvt. Chase was with the Crescent Regt. at the time of his injury.)

Chenvert, J. M., Pvt. Co. F. 18th La. Infty.On Hospl. Register, Admitted May 2nd, 1863, to St. James U. S. A. Gen. Hospl., New Orleans, La., gunshot wound, right foot.

Fuchs, G. F. (also Fresh, G.), Pvt. Co. D, Cres. Regt. La. Infty.Absent without —. Furlough to New Orleans, La., April 12. Roll for July and Aug., 1862, Absent, wounded. Transfd. from Crescent Regt. to 18th Regt. La. Infty. (Pvt. Fuchs was with the Crescent Regt. at the time of his injury. Information transcribed from the Muster Roll pages received from Jackson Barracks, New Orleans, indicate this soldier as being in Co. F.)

Girouard, Adolphe (also Giroir, Adolphe), Pvt. Co. F, 18th La. Inf. Roll for May and June, 1862, Absent, wounded, on furlough since April 14 (extended time).

Guidry, Eraste, Pvt. Co. F, 18th La. Inf. List dated Camp near Corinth, Miss., Hdqrs., April 28, 1862, Wounded.

Mouton, Charles Auguste, Pvt. 1st Sergt. Co. F, 18th La. Inf. On List dated Camp near Corinth, Miss., April 28, 1862, Wounded at Shiloh.

Mouton, P. Ignace, Pvt. Co. F, 18th La. Inf. Roll May and June, 1862, Absent, wounded, sent to Interior Hospl. since May 14.

Prescott, Aaron, Jr. 2nd Lt. Co. F, 18th La. Inf. April 6th, 1862, Shiloh...”The result of the charge made upon the enemy by the 18th Regiment was disastrous, especially to our company. The loss of officers and men killed, wounded, and captured was about 200...Prescott of Washington, La...were wounded;...”

Rigues, Leland, Pvt. Sergt. Co. F, 18th La. Inf. Absent, wounded, since May 14, 1862.

Seiler, William T., Pvt. Co. I, Cres. Regt. La. Inf. On List dated Corinth, Miss., April 28, 1862, of men who returned from the late battle without arms, many of whom were wounded, some seriously. Transfd. to Co. F. 18th La. Inf., from Cres. Regt., for the War. Deserted. (Pvt. Seiler was with the Cres. Regt. at the time of his injury.)

Company G. Lafourche Creoles (Lafourche).

Aucoin, Franklin, Pvt. Co. G. 18th La. Infty. Roll for May and June, 1862, “Absent, Wounded Shiloh, April 6th. Furloughed 30 Days, April 15th.”.

[p.101] Badeaux, Thomassin, Pvt. Co. G. 18th La. Infty. Rolls from May, 1862, to Feb., 1863, “Absent. Wounded Shiloh, April 6th.

Barker, Charles, Pvt. Co. G. 18th La. Infty. Also Borne on Rolls of Co. F. 18th La. Infty. (Cons.) and Yellow Jacket Battn. Roll for Jan. and Feb., 1864, “Rejoined the Co. Feb. 14th, 1864, Having Been Sick in Gen. Hospl.”( April 8th, 1864, Mansfield...“In our company, which was in reserve, Charles J. Barker was the only person injured, having received a wound in the foot, which subsequently necessitated amputation.”...

Bausan, Augustus J., (Also Bouyan, Augustus J.) Pvt., Drummer Co. G. 18th La. Infty. Roll July and Aug., 1862, says, “Wounded, Shiloh. Taken Prisoner.” (Also known as, Bouyan, Augustus J., according to additional information transcribed from pg. 12. April 7th, 1862, 2nd Day of Shiloh...“A. J. Bouyan was captured without injury during the day, and being subsequently exchanged, returned to the company.”

Bourgeois, Uly****se, Pvt. Co. G. 18th La. Infty. April 6th, 1862, Shiloh...“Ulysses Bourgeois...were wounded but got off the field.” April 7th, 1862, 2nd Day of Shiloh...“During this day Ulysses Bourgeois...wounded the day previous, were captured,...”

Brogden, Joseph, Pvt. 18th La. Regt. Captured Shiloh, April 7th, 1862. Sent to Vicksburg, Miss., Sept. —, 1862, for exchange from Alton, Ill. (April 6th, 1862, Shiloh...“Joseph Brogden...were wounded and fell into the hands of the enemy...Brogden, after being exchanged, returned to their company.”

Burk, William, Pvt. Co. G. 18th La. Infty. Absent. Wounded at Shiloh, April 6th, furloughed for 30 days, April 15th.

Cherami, Augustin (also Sherman, A.), Pvt. Co. G. 18th La. Infty. Appears on a Roll of Prisoners of War, Captured at Shiloh, April 7th, 1862. Admitted April 18th, 1862, to No. 2 U. S. A. Gen. Hospl. (Marine), Evansville, Ind. Sent to Indianapolis, Ind., April 29th, 1862. Sent to Vicksburg, Miss., Sept. 1st, 1862, to be exchanged. Declared exchanged at Aiken's Landing, Va., Nov. 10th, 1862.(April 6th, 1862, Shiloh...“Augustin Cherami...were wounded but got off the field.” April 7th, 1862, 2nd Day of Shiloh...“During this day Augustin Cherami...wounded the day previous, were captured,...”

Collins, John A., 1st Lt. Co. G. 18th La. Infty. April 7th, 1862, 2nd Day of Shiloh...“...I found that Lieut. Collins had left the field, having been wounded;...”

Delaney, James, Pvt. Co. G. 18th La. Infty. Absent, wounded at Shiloh, April 6th, furlough 40 days, April 15.

Evans, R. J. (also Evans, R. P.), Pvt. Co. C, Cres. Regt. La. Inf. Transfd. from Cres. Regt. to Co. G, 18th Regt. La. Inf., July 30. Absent, wounded at Shiloh. Furlough long expired. (Pvt. Evans was with the Cres. Regt. at the time of his injury.)

Falgout, Jules B. (also Falgout, Gules), Pvt. Co. G, 18th Regt. La. Inf.April 6th, 1862, Shiloh... “Jules B. Falgout...were wounded but got off the field.” April 7th, 1862, 2nd Day of Shiloh...“During this day Jules B. Falgout...wounded the day previous, were captured,...”

Gaudet, F. Justin, Pvt. Sergt. Co. G, 18th La. Inf. April 6th, 1862, Shiloh...“F. J. Gaudet...were wounded but got off the field.”

Giroir, Jules (also Girror, Jules; Gerauard, Jules),Pvt. Co. G. 18th Inf. La. Absent. Wounded at Shiloh, April 6. Taken prisoner. Returned and mustered into service, Sept. 27. Rolls from Jan. to Aug., 1863, Present. Also appears on Rolls of Co. F of the Consd. 18th Regt. and Yellow Jacket Battn. as Girori, Jules, and Co. – as Gerauard, Jules, Roll for Jan. and Feb., 1864, Present.

Gourdain, Joseph Kleber, Capt. Co. G, 18th La. Inf. Absent, wounded at Shiloh, April 6, Leave of absence 30 days from April 15, Sick.

Guidroz, William, Pvt. Co. G, 18th La. Inf. Absent, wounded Shiloh, April 6, 1862.

Guillot, Francois, Pvt. Co. G, 18th La. Inf. Wounded at Shiloh. Taken prisoner.

Hymel, Ulysse, Pvt. Co. G, 18th La. Inf. On Rolls of Prisoners of War, Captured at Shiloh, Tenn. April 6th, 1862, Shiloh...“Ulysse Hymel...were wounded and fell into the hands of the enemy...and Hymel after being exchanged, returned to their company.”

Knoblock, Victor, Pvt. Co. G, 18th La. Inf. Absent, wounded at Shiloh, April 6.

Laparle, P., Pvt. Co. G, 18th La. Inf. Wounded at Shiloh.

Ledet, Marcelin, Pvt. Co. G, 18th La. Inf. Wounded at Shiloh, April 6.

Ledet, William, Pvt. Co. G, 18th La. Inf. Aug. 4th, 1862,“...nearing Citronelle Station about sunrise...another train came up behind...By this collision Aristide Jeandron of our company was killed, his body being torn to pieces, and Wm. Ledet was wounded.”

Lejeune, Amadeo, Pvt. Co. G, 18th La. Inf. Absent. Wounded at Shiloh, April 6. Furlough 30 days from April 15. Also on Rolls of Co. F, Cons. 18th Regt. and Yellow Jacket Battn. La. Inf., Pvt., Lejeune, Amadeo.

Leonard, Joseph, Pvt. Co. G, 18th La. Inf. Federal Rolls of Prisoners of War, Captured Shiloh, April 7, 1862, admitted April 18, 1862, to No. 2 U. S. A. Gen. Hospl. (Marine) Evansville, Ind. Sent April 30, 1862, to City U. S. A. Gen. Hospl., Indianapolis, Ind. Also appears on Rolls of Co. F, Cons. 18th Regt. and Yellow Jacket Battn. La. Inf. Pvt. Roll for July and Aug., 1862, wounded Shiloh, taken prisoner, returned Sept. 27, 1862.

Lombas, Augustin, Pvt. Co. G, 18th La. Inf.April 6th, 1862, Shiloh...“Augustin Lombas...were wounded but got off the field.” April 7th, 1862, 2nd Day of Shiloh...“During this day...Augustin Lombas...wounded the day previous, were captured,...”

Naquin, J. Emile, Corpl. Co. G, 18th La. Inf. Rolls from May, 1862, to Aug., 1862, Absent, 60 days, from April 1, accidental gun shot wound.

Ries, Hy., Pvt. Co. D, Crescent Regt. La. Inf. 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. Absent, wounded at Shiloh. Transfd. from Cres. Regt. to Co. G, 18th La. Inf., July 30, —. (Pvt. Ries was with the Crescent Regt. at the time of his injury.)

Stone, G. W., Pvt. Co. G, 18th La. Inf. On List dated Corinth, Miss., April 28, 1862, of men who returned from the late battle without arms, many of whom were wounded seriously. Transferred from Cres. Regt. to Co. G, 18th La. Inf., July 30, 1862. Died Mansfield, April 8, 1864. Remarks: Killed in battle. (Note: Pvt. Stone is listed in both catagories...Wounded in action [Shiloh] and later Killed in action [Mansfield].)

Theriot, Augustave, Pvt. Co. G, 18th La. Inf. Roll May and June, 1862, Absent on furlough of 30 days, April 15, —, accidental gunshot wound.

Thibodaux, Paul, Pvt. Co. G, 18th La. Inf. Absent, wounded at the Battle of Shiloh, April 6, 1862; obtained a furlough of 60 days from April 16, 1862.Also on Rolls of Co. F, Cons. 18th Regt. and Yellow Jacket Battn. La. Inf., as Thibodeaux, Paul, Pvt.

Vedroz, Antoine (also on Rolls as Vedroy, Antoine), Pvt. Co. G, 18th La. Inf. Wounded at Shiloh, April 6, —.

Company H. Confederate Guards (Orleans).

Becnel, Louis, Pvt. 1st La. Cos. E. and H. 18th La. Infty. Also Borne on Rolls as 1st Lt. Co. H. 18th Regt. La. Infty. (Cons.) and Yellow Jacket Battn. April 8th, 1864, Mansfield...“Capt. S. A. Poche and Lieuts. Melville, Webre, and Becnel were wounded.”

Demeranville, Samuel, Pvt. Co. H. 18th La. Infty. Rolls from May, 1862, to Aug., 1862, Absent in New Orleans, La., on 30 days' furlough granted April 12th on account of wound recd. at Shiloh.

Gaffney, Peter (also Gaffeny, Peter), Pvt. Sergt. Co. H, 18th La. Inf. Rolls from May to Aug., 1862, Absent in New Orleans, La., on 30-day furlough, dated April 12, on account of wounds Recd. at Shiloh. Also appears in Co. E, Consolidated 18th Regt. and Yellow Jacket Battn. La. Inf.

Gleason, Daniel(1st), Pvt. Co. H, 18th La. Inf. Wounded at Shiloh.

Gleason, Daniel(2nd), Pvt. Co. H, 18th La. Inf. Wounded at Shiloh.

Hartnell, E., Pvt. Co. H, 18th La. Inf. Also on Rolls of Co. F, Cres. Regt. La. Inf. Transfd. from Cres. Regt. No. — to Co. H, 18th La. Vols. Wounded at Shiloh and absent since. Wounded in right arm by shell at Shiloh, April 6, 1862.

Hipwell, D. G., Pvt. Co. –, Crescent Regt. La. Inf. Absent, wounded at Shiloh, April 6; supposed prisoner. Roll for July and Aug., 1862, Transferred from Crescent Regt., N. O., to Co. H, 18th La. Regt. Taken prisoner at Shiloh, April 6, 1862. Absent, wounded at and missing since the Battle of Shiloh, April 7. (Pvt. Hipwell was with the Cresent Regt. at the time of his injury.)

Mulvey, Richard, Pvt. Co. H, 18th La. Inf. Rolls May, 1862, to Aug., 1862, Absent in New Orleans on 30 days' furlough since April 12 on account of wounds Recd. at Shiloh.

Mcnamee, James, Pvt. Co. H, 18th La. Inf. Wounded at Shiloh.

Newman, John, Pvt. Co. H, 18th La. Inf. Absent, in Hospl., having been wounded at Shiloh.

Newton, Henry, 1st Sergt. Co. H, 18th La. Inf. Absent, in New Orleans, on 30 days furlough, dated April 12, on account of wounds received at Shiloh.

O'Brien, Patrick, Pvt. Co. H, 18th La. Inf. Admitted June 25, 1863, to Charity U. S. A. Gen. Hospl., New Orleans, La., gunshot wounds; left arm amputated on the field. Also borne on Rolls of Co. E, Cons. 18th Regt. and Yellow Jacket Battn. La. Inf. as Private.

Pierce, William, Pvt. Co. H, Cons. 18th Regt. and Yellow Jacket Battn. La. Roll states Absent, in Hospl., wounded, since Aug., 1862, Jackson, Miss.

Powers, M., Pvt. Co. H, 18th La. Inf. Absent, wounded at Shiloh, and in Hospl. Absent Transfd. from Cres. Regt. to Co. H, 18th La. Inf., July 30, 1862, Absent, sick, before transfer.

Richard, T., Pvt. Co. –, Cres. Regt. La. Inf. Transfd. from Cres. Regt. to Co. H, 18th La. Inf., July 30, 1862. Absent, wounded, at Shiloh, April 6, —. Also borne on Rolls of Co. H, 18th La. Inf., Pvt. as Richard, J. (Pvt. Richard was a member of the Cres. Regt. at the time of his injury.)

Shumwell, A. J., Pvt. Corpl. Cos. E, H, Cres. Regt. La. Inf. On List dated Corinth, Miss., April 28, 1862, of men who returned from the late battle without arms, many of whom were wounded, some seriously. Transfd. from Cres. Regt. to Co. H, 18th La. Inf., July 30, 1862. (Pvt. Shumwell was a member of the Cres. Regt. at the time of his injury.)

Young, Robert W., Pvt. Co. I, 18th La. Inf. On List dated Camp near Corinth Hdqrs. 18th Regt. La. Vols., April 28, 1862, of men who returned from the Battle of Shiloh. Remarks: Wounded. Absent, wounded in action at Shiloh, April 6, —. Also on Rolls of Co. H, Cons. 18th Regt. and Yellow Jacket Battn. La. Inf., Corpl.

Company I. Orleans Cadet Company C (Orleans).

Breaux, Louis G.
, Corpl. Pvt. Co. I. 18th La. Infty. Absent. Wounded in action April 6th, at Shiloh.

Cleary, David (also Clay, D), Pvt. Co. I. 18th La. Infty. Absent, wounded in action at Shiloh, April 6th.

Collins, Joseph
, Capt. Lt. Col. Co. I. 18th La. Infty. Roll for July and Aug., 1862. Wounded at Shiloh. Sick since April 11th, 1862. Promoted Lt. Col., July 23rd, 1862.

Conners, Patrick, Pvt. Co. I. 18th La. Infty. On List dated Camp near Corinth Hdqrs. 18th Regt. La. Vols., April 28, 1862, of men who returned from the Battle of Shiloh. Remarks: Wounded.

Coulon, John E., Pvt. Co. I. 18th La. Infty. On list dated Camp near Corinth, April 28th, 1862, wounded. Roll for May and June, 1862, Absent. Wounded in action at Shiloh, April 6th.

Dimitry, J. B., Pvt. Co. I. 18th La. Infty. Roll July and Aug., 1862, Absent, wounded, in Hospl.

Frederick, Charles (also Fredricks, Charles), Pvt. Co. I, 18th La. Inf. Roll for May and June, 1862, Wounded [Medical Corps] in action at Shiloh, April 6.

Fuqua, Isaac J., Pvt. Co. I, 18th La. Inf. Appears on list dated Camp, near Corinth Hdqrs., April 28, 1862, of men who returned from battle of Shiloh, without arms. Wounded.

Gorman, J. G., Pvt. Co. I, 18th La. Inf. Absent, wounded at Shiloh, on furlough. Also on Rolls of Co. I, Crescent Regt. La. Inf. as Private. Roll to Dec. 31, 1862, Absent without leave. Wounded at Shiloh. Granted a 90 day furlough April 16, 1862.

Hayne, G. Louis, Pvt. Co. I, 18th La. Inf. Roll for May and June, 1862, Absent, wounded in action at Shiloh, April 6, 1862.

Heistand, William H., Pvt. Co. I, 18th La. Inf. On List dated Camp near Corinth Hdqrs., April 28, 1862, of men who returned from Shiloh without arms. Wounded.[Medical Corps] Roll for May and June, 1862, Absent, wounded on picket near Corinth, now in Hospl. on R. R.

O'Connor, Joseph, Pvt, Corpl., Co I, 18th La Inf. On List dated Camp near Corinth Hdqrs. 18th Regt. La. Vols., April 28, 1862, of men who returned from the Battle of Shiloh. Remarks: Wounded. Also borne on Rolls of Co. H, Cons. 18th Regt. and Yellow Jacket Battn. La. Inf., Pvt.

Pierce, W., Pvt. Co. I, 18th La. Inf. Roll May and June, 1862, Absent, wounded in action at Shiloh, April 6, 1862; in Hospl. on R. R. Roll July and Aug., 1862, Absent, wounded, in Hospl., Jackson, Miss.

Pierce, William, Pvt. Co. I, 18th La. Inf. On List dated camp near Corinth, Miss., April 28, 1862, wounded in Battle of Shiloh. Roll Jan. and Feb., 1863, Absent, wounded, in Hospl. at Jackson, Miss. Roll May and June, 1863, Absent, wounded, in Hospl. Roll July and Aug., 1863 (last on which borne), Absent, wounded, in Hospl.

Reid, F., Pvt. Co. C. Crescent Regt. La. Inf. Roll May and June. 1863. Absent, wounded and taken prisoner at Texana, and unable to return at present. Also borne on Rolls of Co. I, 18th La. Inf. as Reid, Frank, Private.

Ryan, John, Pvt. Sergt. Co. I, 18th La. Inf. Roll Sept. and Oct., 1862, Absent, wounded. Federal Rolls of Prisoners of War, Captured Sharpsburg, or Antietam, Md., Sept. 28, 1862.

Wood, William, Pvt. Co. I, 18th La. Inf. Rolls to June, 1863, Absent, wounded and taken Prisoner, battle Texana Road, Oct. 27, 1862, unable to return at present.

Young, John M. (also on Rolls as Young, John R.), 1st Sergt. 1st Lt. Co. I, 18th La. Inf. April 6th, 1862, Shiloh...”The result of the charge made upon the enemy by the 18th Regiment was disastrous, especially to our company. The loss of officers and men killed, wounded, and captured was about 200...and Lieutenant Young of New Orleans wounded and captured;...”

Company K.
Opelousas Volunteers (St. Landry).

Armstrong, Fred A., Pvt. Cos. E. and K. Crescent Regt. La. Infty. On List dated Corinth, Miss., April 25th, 1862, of “Men Who Returned from the Late Battle Without Arms, Many of Them Seriously Wounded.” Roll for July and Aug., 1862. “Absent. Transfd. from Crescent Regiment La. Infty. to 18th. (Pvt. Armstrong was a member of the Crescent Regt. at the time of his injury. )

Janin, Alex (also Janin, A. T.),Pvt. Co. C, Crescent Regt. La. Inf. Transfd. from Cres. Regt. to 18th Regt. La. Inf. at Tupelo, Miss., July 28. Roll for Nov. and Dec., 1862 Absent, wounded at collision on Mobile & Ohio R. R. Hospl. in Mobile. Roll for Jan. and Feb., 1863, Deserted. Wounded in collision on Mobile & Ohio R. R., Aug. 15, 1862; never reported. (Entry indicates this soldier as being in Co. K, rolls for July and Aug. 1862 and confirmed by muster roll pages obtained from Jackson Barracks, New Orleans, La.)

Lee, Austin, Pvt. Co. K, 18th La. Inf. En. (According to the 18th Regiment, Headquarters report of April 28, 1862 [Corinth]...the “List of men returning from the late Battle [Shiloh] without arms, many of them wounded”, lists in Co. K, Pvt. Lee, Austin who is reported as “wounded”.

Muir, A., Pvt. 2nd Lt. Co. C, Crescent Regt. La. Inf. 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. Transfd. from Cres. Regt. to Co. K, 18th La. Inf., at Tupelo, July 28, —. (Pvt. Muir was a member of the Cresent Regt. at the time of his injury. )

Robinson, W. S., Pvt. Co. K, 18th La. Inf. Also on Rolls of Co. B, Crescent Regt. La. Inf., Pvt., as Robinson, William L. On List dated Corinth, Miss., April 28, 1862, of Prisoners of War who returned from the late battle (Shiloh) seriously wounded and without arms. (Pvt. Robinson was a member of the Crescent Regt. at the time of his injury.)

White, Martin, Pvt. Co. K, 18th La. Inf. En. Camp Benjamin, Jan. 16, 1862. On List dated Camp near Corinth, Hdqrs. 18th Regt. La. Vols., April 28, 1862, of men who returned from the Battle of Shiloh. Remarks: Wounded.

Company Not Known.

Brown, J. A. F., Jr.
, Pvt. Co. D. Creacent Regt. La. Infty. Transfd. to the 18th Regt. La. Infty. for War. Roll for Jan. and Feb., 1863, Absent. Wounded at Battle of Texana Road and has not been heard of since. Roll for May and June, 1863. Deserted Jan. 1st, 1863. Did not come out with exchanged prisoners. Although able to do so. He was wounded in both arms at the Battle of Texana Road. Captured by the enemy and taken to New Orleans, La.

Lafonta, Louis R.
, Pvt. Co. B, Cres. Regt. La. Inf. Absent, prisoner at Shiloh. April 7, 1862. Roll for July and Aug., 1862, Absent. Transfd. from Cres. to 18th La. Vols. Wounded and taken prisoner at Shiloh. (Pvt. Lafonts was a member of the Cres. Regt. at the time of his injury.)

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Died of Wounds Received in Action

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Totals: Died of Wounds: 35 (Reflect the military records figures and in
Grisamore’s book)(Broken Down By Company and then listed in Alphabetical Order)

Field and Staff: None

Company F: 2

Company A: 3

Company G: 8

Company B: 2

Company H: 5

Company C: 5

Company I: 3

Company D: 3

Company K: 0

Company E: 4

Company ?: 0

 

Field and Staff.
Muster Roll records and Booths records list no men who fall into this catagory from Field an Staff.

Company A.
St. James Rifles (St. James).

Gaudin, Emile, Pvt. Co. A, 18th La, Inf. Died June 5, 1862, from gun shot wounds. Roll to Aug. 31, 1862, Absent. Wounded. Taken prisoner at Battle of Shiloh, April 6.

Crowell, M. C. (also Krall, M. C.; Kroll, M.; Crowell, Maurice),Pvt. Co. I. Cres. Regt. La. Infty. Badly wounded at Texana Road and missing. List not dated of Confed. prisoners who died in St. James Gen. Hospl., New Orleans, La. Taken prisoner Nov. 2nd, 1863. Died Nov. 27th, 1863.

Lambert, Felicien, Pvt. Co. A, 18th La. Inf. Roll for May and June, 1862, Died of wounds recd. at battle of Farmington, May 21, 1862.

Company B
. St. Landry Volunteers (St. Landry).

Bullard, Charles D., 1st Lt. Co. B. 18th La. Infty. April 6th, 1862, Shiloh...”The result of the charge made upon the enemy by the 18th Regiment was disastrous, especially to our company. The loss of officers and men killed, wounded, and captured was about 200...and Lieutenant Bullard of Opelousas wounded and died afterwards in St. Louis;...”

Wiggins, W. S., Pvt. Co. B, 18th La. Inf. Absent, wounded, no Descriptive Roll. On Return dated Fort Burton, Butte a la Rose. Feb. 14, 1863, of deceased soldiers, Died Louisville, Ky., May 22, 1862, gun shot wound.

Company C
, Natchitoches Rebels (Natchitoches).

Gallien, N. T., Pvt. Co. C, 18th La. Inf. On Hospl. Register, Admitted to U. S. A. Post Hospl., Camp Dennison, Ohio. Died April 23, 1862, from gunshot wounds Recd. at Shiloh.

Heid, J. F., Pvt. Co. C, 18th La. Inf. On List not dated of Confed. prisoners who died in Dept. of Mo., April 19, 1862, from gunshot wounds, at City Gen. Hospl., St. Louis. Remarks: Captured Shiloh, —, 1862.

Reid, J. H., Pvt. Co. C, 18th La. Inf. On Hospl. Register, Admitted to City U. S. A. Gen. Hospl., St. Louis, Mo., April 15, 1862. Died April 22, 1862, gun shot wound, tetanus.

Reid, J. T., Pvt. Co. C, 18th La. Inf. On Hospl. Register, Admitted April 20, 1862, to City U. S. A. Gen. Hospl., St. Louis, Mo. Died April 29, 1862, gun shot wound in foot.

Watterson, W., Pvt. Co. C, 18th La. Inf. Absent, wounded at Battle of Shiloh, taken prisoner April 7, 1862. Absent, prisoner at Shiloh. On Return dated Fort Burton, Butte a la Rose, Feb. 14, 1863, of deceased soldiers killed in Battle of Shiloh, Tenn., April 7, 1862.

Company D.
Hayes Champions (St. Mary).

Field, E. R., Pvt. Co. D, 18th La. Inf. Captured at Shiloh, Tenn. Admitted April 20, 1862, to U. S. A. Gen. Hospl., Camp Dennison, Ohio, gunshot wound. Died June 10, 1862.

Kahoe, Edward, Pvt. Co. D, 18th La. Inf. Appears on Hospl. Register, Admitted April 17, 1862. Died Sept. 21, 1862, gunshot wound. Res. Louisville, Ky.

Mooney, J. (also borne on Rolls as Mooney, Jacob), Pvt. Co. D, 18th La. Inf. Federal Rolls of Prisoners [p.1025] of War, Captured Pittsburg Landing, —, 1862. Admitted to No. 4 U. S. A. Gen. Hospl., Louisville, Ky., April 17, 1862. Transferred to Camp Chase, Ohio, April 25, 1862. Died at Gen. Hospl., Camp Chase, Ohio, May 18, 1862.

Company E, Chasseurs St. Jacques (St. James).

Hebert, Clement, Sergt. 1st Sergt. Co. E, 18th La. Inf. On List dated camp near Corinth, April 28, 1862, of men wounded at Shiloh. Roll for May and June, 1862, Died at La. Hospl., in Corinth, Miss., May 9, 1862.

Landry, Eugene, Corpl. Sergt. Co. E, 18th La. Inf. Federal Rolls of Prisoners [p.641] of War, Captured Pittsburg Landing, April —, 1862. Admitted April 17, 1864, to No. 4 U. S. A. Gen. Hospl., Louisville, Ky. Died April 24, 1862.

Le Boeuf, Elphege, Corpl. Sergt. Co. E, 18th La. Inf. Captured Pittsburg Landing. Admitted April 17, 1862, to No. 4 U. S. A. Gen. Hospl., Louisville, Ky. Died April 24, 1862, of gunshot wounds.

Shelling, H. T., Pvt. Co. E, 18th La. Inf. Absent, wounded, at Shiloh. In New Orleans, furlough expired. Died July 31, 1862, New Orleans, La. Wounded in battle.

Company F. Arcadian Guards (Lafayette).

Brasseux, Octave, Pvt. Co. F. 18th La. Infty. Roll for March and April, 1862, Wounded April 6th, 1862. Roll for May and June, 1862, Died in Gen. Hospl. No. 4. Louisville, Ky., June 14th, 1862.
Chase, Ohio...”

Martin, Pierre, 3rd Corpl. Co. F, 18th La. Inf.On List not dated of Prisoners of War, Captured — (place and date not given). Sent to City U. S. A. Gen. Hospl., St. Louis, Mo., April 19, 1862. Died April 25, 1862, from gunshot wounds Recd. in battle.

Company G.
Lafourche Creoles (Lafourche).

[p.72] Arcenaux, Harris, Pvt. Co. G. 18th La. Infty. April 20th, 1862, Corinth...“Harris Arceneau died in the regimental hospital at Corinth and was buried in the grave yard near that town.

Boudreaux, Auguste
, Pvt. Co. G. 18th La. Infty. Appears on Roll of Prisoners of War, Captured at Shiloh, Tenn., April 7th, and admitted to U. S. A. Genl. Hospl., Mound City, Ill., April 11th, 1862. Remarks: Recd. from Steamer City of Memphis. Taken prisoner at the battle of Pittsburgh. Sent to Cairo, Ill., June 2nd, 1862. Transfd. to Gratior Street Military Prison. St. Louis. Mo., June 23rd, 1862. Arrived at Alton Military Prison, Alton, Ill., July 19th, 1862, and died Sept. 6th, 1862.

Boudreaux, Dozilien, Pvt. Co. G. 18th La. Infty. “Absent. Wounded April 7th, 1862, at Shiloh. Also appears in Co. F. of the Consolidated 18th Regt. and Yellow Jacket Battn. Roll for Jan. and Feb., 1864, “Died in Hospl. at Natchitoches, Dec. 16th, 1863.” (Cause of death, unstated? )

Dantin, Magloire A., Pvt. Co. G. 18th La. Infty. April 6th, 1862, Shiloh...“M. A. Dantin...were wounded and fell into the hands of the enemy...The fate of Dantin and Guedry is enveloped in some doubt. I am satisfied that one of them died in New Albany (Guedry) and that the other died in Camp Dennison, Ohio.” Additional information transcribed from pg. 46, “Reminiscences of Uncle Silas” by Silas T. Grisamore.)

Gautreau, Cleophas, 2nd Lt. Co. G, 18th La. Inf. Roll for May and June, 1862, Died May 16, 1862. (April 6, 1862, Shiloh...”Reaching the ravine, I found Lieutenant Gautreau badly and Capt. Gourdain slightly wounded.”...”and Gautreau of Thibodaux were wounded, Lieutenant Gautreau being the only one who died from the effects of his injuries.”

Guedry, Paul, Pvt. Co. G, 18th La. Inf. Died May 22, 1862; gunshot, thigh and leg. (April 6th, 1862, Shiloh...“Paul Guedry...were wounded and fell into the hands of the enemy...The fate of Dantin and Guedry is enveloped in some doubt. I am satisfied that one of them died in New Albany (Guedry) and that the other died in Camp Dennison, Ohio.”

Guillot, Jean Bste., Pvt. Co. G, 18th La. Inf.On Hospl. Register, Admitted to No. 4 U. S. A. Gen. Hospl., Louisville, Ky., April 17, 1862. Sent to Camp Chase, Ohio, April 25, 1862. (April 6th, 1862, Shiloh...“Jean B. Guillot...were wounded and fell into the hands of the enemy...Guillot died at Camp Chase, Ohio..

White, William, Pvt. Co. G, 18th La. Inf. 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.

Company H.
Confederate Guards (Orleans).

Huntington, Henry
, Capt. Co. H, 18th La. Inf. April 6th, 1862, Shiloh...”Still advancing at about one o’clock, we came up to a line of the enemy engaged with Hardee’s Division. They were in line almost perpendicular to us and as soon as we passed around a think cluster of woods, Col. Mouton ordered our regiment to charge; the enemy immediately began to retreat and were in the act of surrendering when Hardee’s troops, seeing us advancing, began firing upon us. Our two right companies were dressed in blue, and we were taken for the Yankees. Being obliged to fall back, the enemy affected his escape. By this unfortunate mistake, Capt. Hunnington was mortally wounded, ...”

Lavery, John T., 1st Lt. Capt. Co. I, 18th La. Inf. Also appears on Rolls of Co. H, Cons. 18th Regt. and Yellow Jacket. Battn. La. Inf. Capt. as Lavery, J. T. Roll for Jan. and Feb., 1864. reports present.April 8th, 1864, Mansfield...“...Capt. J. T. Lavery was mortally wounded...”, “Capt. J. T. Lavery, of the 18th died a few days subsequent to the battle, which caused the promotion of Lt. H. N. Jenkins to be captain.”

Meehan, James
, Pvt. Co. H, 18th La. Inf. Rolls May, 1862, to Aug., 1862, Absent, missing since battle of Shiloh. On List not dated, of Prisoners of War, Captured at —. On Hospl. Register, Admitted to City U. S. A. Gen. Hospl., St. Louis, Mo., April 15, 1862. Died May 3, 1862, gun shot wound in leg.

Mcmulkin, Christopher, Pvt. Co. H, 18th La. Inf. Rolls May, 1862, to Aug., 1862, Absent, missing since Battle of Shiloh. Federal Rolls of Prisoners of War, Captured Shiloh, Tenn., —, 1862. On Hospl. Register, Admitted to No. 4, U. S. A. Gen. Hospl., Louisville, Ky., April 17, 1862. Died April 18, 1862.

Quinlan, John
, Pvt. Co. H, 18th La. Inf. On Hospl. Register, Admitted April 19, 1862, to City U. S. A. Gen. Hospl., St. Louis, Mo. Died April 29, 1862, gunshot wound. Rolls May, 1862, to Aug., 1862, Absent, missing since Battle of Shiloh.

Company I.
Orleans Cadet Company C (Orleans).

Crowell, M. C. (also Krall, M. C.; Kroll, M.; Crowell, Maurice), Pvt. Co. I. Cres. Regt. La. Infty. Absent. Badly wounded at Texana Road and missing. List not dated of Confed. prisoners who died in St. James Gen. Hospl., New Orleans, La. Taken prisoner Nov. 2nd, 1863. Died Nov. 27th, 1863. Also appears on Rolls of 18th La. Infty. as Pvt. Co. I. Roll for July and Aug., 1862, Present. Admitted Nov. 4th, 1862, to St. James U. S. A. Gen. Hospl., New Orleans, La. Died Nov. 27th, 1862. Injury of the joint (wound of the hip).

Headen, William J. (also Heden, W., Hedden, W.), Pvt. Co. I, B, 18th La. Inf. Appears on List of Prisoners, Captured at Shiloh and sent to City U. S. A. Gen. Hospl., St. Louis, Mo., April 19, 1862, and died April 24, 1862, from gunshot wounds.

Watson, John L., Pvt. Corpl. Co. I, 18th La. Inf.On Hospl. Register, Admitted to City U. S. A. Gen. Hospl., St. Louis, Mo., April 15, 1862, gunshot. Died May 17, 1862, from gunshot wound.

Company K.
Opelousas Volunteers (St. Landry).

Muster Roll records nor Booths records indicate any men from Co. K as to falling into this catagory.

Company Not Known.

Muster Roll records nor Booths records indicate any men from Co. Not Known as to falling into this catagory.

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Died of Specified Illnesses
And / Or Other Reasons Stated or Unstated

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Totals: Died (Stated or Not Stated): 100 (Reflect the military records figures and in
Grisamore’s book)(Broken Down By Company and then listed in Alphabetical Order)

Field and Staff: 0

Company F: 10

Company A: 9

Company G: 10

Company B: 10

Company H: 7

Company C: 25

Company I: 9

Company D: 9

Company K: 5

Company E: 4

Company ?: 2

Field and Staff.

Muster Roll records and Booths’ records indicate that no men in the F & S fall into this catagory.

Company A.
St. James Rifles (St. James).

Borche, A.
, Pvt. Co. A. 18th La. Infty. Captured Morganza, Nov. 8th, 186–. Sent to New Orleans, La. Died on parole while in the city.

Connand, Noel (also Conaut, N.), Pvt. Co. E. Crescent Regt. La. Infty.Transfd. from Cres. Regt. to 18th Regt. La. Vols. Died Nov. 5th, 1862, of disease.

Donaldson, A. D., Pvt. Co. A. 18th La. Infty. Died at Gen. Hospl. on May 17th, 1862.

Martin, A., Pvt. Co. K, Cres. Regt. La. Inf. Also borne on Rolls of Cons. 18th Regt. and Yellow Jacket Battn. La. Inf. as Pvt. Co. A. On Return dated Camp Buckner, Dec. 31, 1864, Died at
home —.

Mccall, William, Pvt. Co. A, Consol. 18th Regt. and Yellow Jacket Battn. La. Inf. Roll for Jan. and Feb., 1864 (only Roll on file), En. July 17, 1862, Camp Pratt. Died on Jan. 23, 1864.

Poche, Pierre, Pvt. Co. A, 18th La. Inf. Died at New Iberia, La., Feb. 12, 1863.

Porton, Francis, Pvt. Co. A, 18th La. Inf. Roll July and Aug., 1862, Died at Gen. Hospl., July —, 1862.

Roussell, O., Pvt. Co. A, 18th La. Inf. Roll Jan. and Feb., 1863 (only Roll on file), En. Nov. 1, 1863, Camp Teche. La. Died in Camp. Feb. 13, 1863.

Sylva, Gaetano, Pvt. Co. A, 18th La. Inf. Died at Holly Springs Hospl., May 18, 1862.

Company B.
St. Landry Volunteers (St. Landry).

Cate, E. W., Pvt. Co. B. 18th La. Infty. Died Aug. 9th, from wounds received in collision on railroad.

Costo, E. W.
(also Costo, A. ),Pvt. Co. – Crescent Regt. La. Infty. Transfd, at Tupelo, Miss., from Cres. Regt. La. Infty. to Co. B. 18th Regt. La. Vols., July 30th, 1862. Died Aug. 10th, 1862, Mobile, Ala.

Dowling, Thomas (also Dawling, Thomas), Pvt. Co. B. 18th La. Infty. Died at Camp Roman, Nov. 27th, 1861.

Gardine, R. F. (also Gordine, R. T.), Pvt. Co. B, 18th La. Inf. Admitted to No. 6. U. S. A. Gen. Hospl., Louisville, Ky., April 17, 1862. and died April 17, 1862. Cause, Tetanus.

Hudspeth, George, Pvt. Co. B, 18th La. Inf. Died Camp Moore, La., Oct. 20, 1861.

Janis, Joseph, Pvt. Co. B. 18th La. Inf. Died at Corinth, Miss., May 27, 1862.

Landry, Leandre, Pvt. Co. B, 18th La. Inf. Died at Grand Junction, Tenn., May 9, 1862.

Ludlow, Wm. I., Pvt. 18th La. Inf. Co. B. Died at Camp Chase, Ohio, Dec. 10, 1865.

Meche, Emile D., Pvt. Co. B, 18th La. Inf. Federal Rolls of Prisoners of War, Captured Shiloh, —, 1862. On Hospl. Register, Admitted to City U. S. A. Gen. Hospl., St. Louis, Mo., April 19, 1862. Died May 11, 1862.

Morrill, Edox, Pvt. Co. B, 18th La. Inf. Roll Oct. 5, to Oct. 31, 1861 (only Roll on which borne), En. Oct. 5, 1861, Camp Moore, La. Died at Camp Moore, La., — 13, 1861.

Company C.
Natchitoches Rebels (Natchitoches).

Anty, Louis, Pvt. Co. C. 18th La. Infty. Roll for July and Aug., 1862, “Died at Tupelo, Miss., July 10th, 1862.”

Arnaud, L., Pvt. Co. C. 18th La. Infty. Roll for July and Aug., 1862, “Died at Tupelo, Miss., July 22nd, 1862.”

Bishop, Calvin, Pvt. Co. C. 18th La. Infty. Roll for Jan. and Feb., 1862, “Sick in Camp Near Corinth.” Roll for May and June, 1862. “Died at Canton, Miss., June 17th, 1862.”

Carasco, Hilaire (also Crasco, H.), Pvt. Co. C. 18th La. Infty. Roll for May and June, 1862, Died at Corinth, May —, 1862.

Carter, J. H. (also Carter, T. H.; Carter, C. H.), Pvt. Co. C. 18th La. Infty. Roll for Nov. and Dec., 1861, Died at Camp Roman, Nov. 9th, 1861.

Crosby, W. (also Crosby, W. B.), Pvt. Co. C. 18th La. Infty. Died at Camp Roman, Nov. 11th, 1861.

Dugas, F., Pvt. Co. C, Consolidated 18th La. Inf. Roll dated Feb. 29, 1864, remarks: Died at Taylor's Hospl., Feb. 18 (only Roll on file).

Gallien, John (also Gallian, J.), Pvt. Co. C, 18th La. Inf. Roll for July and Aug., 1862, Died at Macon, Miss., July, 1862.

Guillot, O., Pvt. Co. C, 18th La. Inf. En. Oct. 1, 1862, Camp Pratt, La. Died Nov. 24, 1862.

James, A. J., Pvt. Co. K, Crescent Regt. La. Inf. Transferred from Cres. Regt. to Co. C, 18th Regt. La., Inf., July 30, 1862, Absent, sick. Appears on a Register of C. S. A. Gen. Hospl., Shreveport, La., Admitted Dec. 18, 1864. Died Feb. 11, 1865.

Lynch, L. L., Pvt. Corpl. Co. C, 18th La. Inf. Died at Camp Moore, La., Oct. 15, 1861.

Marcelle, E., Pvt. Co. C, 18th La. Inf. Roll for May and June, 1863, Died in May, 1863, while absent, sick.

Mclnnis, D. F., Pvt. Co. C, 18th La. Inf. Roll for May and June, 1863, Died at Corinth, May 10, 1862.

Mclaughlin, Morris, Pvt. Co. C, 18th La. Inf. On Hospl. Register, Admitted to No. 2 U. S. A. Gen. Hospl. (Marine), Evansville, Ind., April 15, 1862. Died April 26, 1862. Remarks: Captured at Shiloh.

Rachal, A., Pvt. Co. C, Cons. 18th Regt. La. Inf. and Yellow Jacket Battn. Died at Alexandria, Feb. 8, 1864.

Rachal, B. J., Pvt. Co. C, 18th La. Inf. Absent, on furlough of 30 days, on account of wound, received Shiloh, from April 13. Also on Rolls of Co. H, Cons. 18th Regt. and Yellow Jacket Battn. La. Inf. Roll Jan. and Feb., 1864, Died Jan. 3, 1864, Natchitoches.

Roblais, Philibert, Pvt. Co. C, 18th La. Inf. Died at Camp Roman Oct. 25, 1861.

Roper, E. B., Pvt. Sergt. Co. C, 18th La. Inf. May and June, 1862, Died Holly Springs, May 15, 1862.

Scott, W. M., Pvt. Co. C, 18th La. Inf. Also on Rolls of Co. O, Cres. Regt. La. Inf., Pvt., as Scott, William Moore. Retutrn dated Camp Buckner, near Pineville, La., Dec. 31, 1864, of deceased [p.499] soldiers, age 27 years, eyes hazel, hair light, complexion light, height 5 ft. 10 in., born Shelbyville, Tenn. Died Taylor's Hospl., Oct. 8, 1864.

Simongoy, J. B., Pvt. Co. C, 18th La. Inf. Roll July and Aug., 1862, Died at Tupelo, Miss., July 7, 1862.

Tassin, P.
, Pvt. Co. C, 18th La. Inf. Remarks: Died Jan. 8, 1863.

Vercher, Charles, Pvt. Co. C, 18th La. Inf. Died in Camp Roman, Oct. 29, 1861.

Vickers, M. H., Pvt. Co. C, 18th La. Inf. Roll to Oct. 31, 1861, Died in Camp Moore, Oct. 16, 1861.

Wallace, Edward, Pvt. Co. C, 18th La. Inf. Roll Nov. and Dec., 1861, Died at Camp Roman, Nov. 16, 1861.

West, A. E., Pvt. Co. C, 18th La. Inf. On return dated Camp Buckner, near Alexandria, La., Dec. 31, 1864, of deceased soldiers killed accidentally at Norwood's Plantation, May 18, 1864.

Company D.
Hayes Champions (St. Mary).

Armant, Martin, Pvt. Co. D. 18th La. Infty. Roll for Jan. and Feb., 1864, “Died in Taylor Hospl. Feb. 12th, 1864.”

Aucoin, J. B., Pvt. Co. D. 18th La. Infty. Roll for Jan. and Feb., 1864, “Died Natchitoches, La., Feb. 18th, 1864.”

Baugh, D. H., Pvt. Co. D. 18th La. Infty. Admitted to Hospl. Nov. 5th, 1863 (Confed. Prisoner of War); Complaint, “Inflammation of Brain,” Died in St. Louis U. S. Gen. Hospl., New Orleans, La., Nov. 29th, 1863.

Daunt, Edwards, Pvt. Co. D. 18th La. Infty. Roll May and June, 1862, remarks: Died of disease in La Grange, Tenn., May 11th, 1862.

Dugas, Joseph, Pvt. Co. D, 18th La. Inf. Jan. and Feb., 1862, Absent, sick, in Gen. Hospl. at New Orleans. Roll May and June, 1862, remarks: Died of disease in Jackson, Miss., June 9, 1862.

Etie, J. D., 2nd Lt. Co. D, 18th Regt. La. Inf. Roll for May and June, 1862, Died of disease in Corinth, May 9, 1862.

Hand, C. P., Pvt. Co. I, Crescent Regt. La. Inf. Also on Rolls of Co. D, 18th La. Inf. Transfd. from Crescent while absent sick to 18th La. Inf. Appears on Return for Dec. 31, 1862, Fort Burton Butte a la Rose, Feb. 14, 1863. Died Aug. 31, 1862, at Covington.

Lejeune, Octave (also borne on Rolls as Lezure, O.), Pvt. Co. D, 18th La. Inf. Roll for July and Aug., 1863, Died from disease, Jackson, Miss., July 7, 1862.

Porter, Nathaniel, Pvt. Co. D, 18th La. Inf. Roll Nov. and Dec., [p.177] 1861, Deceased in Regtl. Hospl., Nov. 7, 1861.

Company E.
Chasseurs St. Jacques (St. James).

Bertaut, Aristide
, Pvt. Co. E. 18th La. Infty. Died Oct. 20th, 1861, Measles, at Camp Roman.

[p.403] Hymel, Andre, Pvt. Co. E, 18th La. Inf. Roll for July and Aug., 1862, Died camp near Tupelo, July 3, 1862.

Sexnelder, Lawrence, Pvt. Co. E, 18th La. Inf. Died Oct. 26, 1861, of measles at Camp Roman.

Triche, Victorin, Pvt. Co. E, 18th La. Inf. Died Oct. 28, —, of measles at Camp Roman.

Company F.
Arcadian Guards (Lafayette).

Broussard, Gervais, Pvt. Co. F. 18th La. Infty. Died at Camp Benjamin Jan. 24th, 1862.

Dugas, Louis G. (also Dugat, G. Louis, and Louis G.), Pvt. Co. F, 18th La. Inf. Roll for July and Aug., 1862, remarks: Died of disease at camp near Tupelo on July 6.

Durio, Jean Bte., Pvt. Co. F, 18th La. Infty. Absent. Wounded. Missing at battle of Shiloh, April 6, 1862. Federal Rolls of Prisoners of War, Captured Pittsburg Landing, April 7, 1862. Forwd. to Camp Douglas, Chicago, Ill., May 26, 1862. Transfd. to Vicksburg, Miss., Sept. 2, 1862, to be exchanged. Exchanged Sept. 30, 1862. Roll for Jan. and Feb., 1863, Present. On Hospl. Register, admitted Aug. 29, 1864, to C. S. A. Gen. Hospl., Shreveport, La. Died Dec. 29, 1864, of Febris Intermittent.

Hernandez, Pierre, Pvt. Co. F, 18th La. Inf. Roll for July and Aug., 1862, Died of disease at Okolona, Miss., Aug. 3.

Hopkins, George, Pvt. Co. F, 18th La. Inf. Appears on list of Prisoners of War, Captured at Vermilionville, Oct. 29, 1863. Sent to New Orleans, La., Nov. 11, 1863, admitted to Barracks, U. S. A. Gen. Hospl., New Orleans, La., [p.352] Nov. 23, 1863, Transfd. to St. Louis U. S. A. Gen. Hospl., New Orleans, La., Nov. 27, 1863, died Dec. 2, 1863.

Landry, Louis G., Pvt. Co. F, 18th La. Inf. Roll for July and Aug., 1862, Died of disease at Camp near Tupelo, July 1.

Lyle, A., Pvt. Co. F, Cres. Regt. La. Inf. Transfd. from the Cres. Regt. to 18th La. Vols. for War. Return for Dec. 31, 1862, Fort Burton, Butte a la Rose, Feb. 14, 1863, Died Greenville, date unknown. (According to Muster Roll pages received from Jackson Barracks, New Orleans, this soldier is listed on the rolls of Co. F.)

Singleton, Henry C., Pvt. Co. F. 18th La. Inf. Roll Nov. and Dec., 1861, Died Nov. 2, 1861.

Thibodeau, Oscar, Pvt. Co. F, 18th La. Inf. En. Camp Moore, La., Oct. 5, 1861. Roll to Oct. 31, 1861, Died Camp Moore, Oct. 9, 1861.

Tufts, A. W., Pvt. Co. C, Cres. Regt. La. Inf. Transfd. to Co. F, 18th La. Inf., for the War. On Return dated Fort Burton, Butte a la Rose, Feb. 14, 1863, of deceased soldiers, Died New Orleans, La., May 1, 1862; typhoid fever.

Company G.
Lafourche Creoles (Lafourche).

Allen, William, Pvt. Co. G. 18th La. Infty. Regtl. Return for July, 1862, “Detailed to West Point. Ordered to Columbus.” Roll for July and Aug., 1862, “Died Neighboring Hospl.”

Baille, Onezipe, Pvt. Co. G. 18th La. Infty. En. Oct. 5th, 1861. Camp Moore, La. Roll for Nov. and Dec., 1861, “Died of Measles, Dec. 2nd, 1861, in Hospl. of Regiment.”

Gauthier, Severin, Pvt. Co. G, 18th La. Inf. Absent. Left in camp near Corinth. Sick. (April 21st, 1862, Corinth...“Severin Gauthier died today and was buried in the cemetery at Corinth.”

Gautreau, Leoni, Pvt. Corpl. Co. G, 18th La. Inf. Feb. 25th, 1862...”Cpl. Leoni Gautreaux was honorably discharged form service on account of ill health...Having returned to his home, he died shortly afterwards”

Guyot, Joseph
, Pvt. Co. G, 18th La. Inf. Dec.. 1864, near Minden, La....“Joseph Guyot, who had been left behind sick, died about this time.”

Jeandron, Aristide
, Pvt. Co. G, 18th La. Inf. Killed by collision of trains, Aug. 5.

Jeandron, Oleziman
, Pvt. Co. G, 18th Regt. La. Inf. Mar. 27th, 1862...”Pvt. Olezimon Jeandron died in the hospital at Corinth and was buried in the cemetery adjoining that town”

Price, Washington (also on Rolls as Price, W. S.), Pvt. Co. G, 18th La. Inf. Roll May and June, 1862, Died in Hospl. In Oxford, June 3.

Rogers, Joseph, Pvt. Co. G, 18th La. Inf. Borne on Rolls of Co. F., Cons. 18th Regt. and Yellow Jacket Battn. La. Inf. Nov, 1864, Camden...“Joseph Roger, a member of our company, died and was buried in the cemetery of Camden.”

Trahan, Joseph (also on Rolls as Trahant, Joseph), Pvt. Co. G, 18th La. Inf. 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.”

Company H. Confederate Guards (Orleans).

Chatelain, J., (also Chatelain, G.), Pvt. Co. H. 18th. La. Infty. Roll for May and June, 1863, Died in Hospl. April 17th, 1863, at New Iberia.

Curry, C., Pvt. 18th La. Infty. Co. H. Federal Rolls of Prisoners of War show him captured at Natchez, Miss., Dec. 20th, 1864. Recd. at Camp Morton, Ind. Died Feby. 25th, 1865.

Dugas, O., Pvt. Co. H, 18th La. Inf. Sentenced by General Court Martial to six months' hard labor. Roll for May and June, 1863, remarks: Died at New Iberia, April 13.

Kenny, Patrick, Pvt. Co. H, 18th La. Inf. Appears on Roll of Frisoners of War, not dated, at Camp Douglas, Ill., Died July 28, 1862.

Murphy, Patrick, Pvt. Co. H, 18th La. Inf. Killed by collision of the cars, Aug. 4, 1862.

Noonan, John, Pvt. Co. H, 18th La. Inf. Rolls from May, 1862, to Aug., 1862, Absent, missing since Battle of Shiloh. On List not dated of Confederate prisoners who have died in the Dept. of the Missouri. Captured place unknown. Died of typhoid fever May 7, 1862, at Fourth St. Hospl., St. Louis.

Rachal, S., Pvt. Co. H, Cons. 18th Regt. and Yellow Jacket Battn. la. Inf. Roll Jan. and Feb., 1864 (only Roll on file), Died Feb. 3, 1864, Alexandria, La.

Company I.
Orleans Cadet Company C (Orleans).

Fuqua, J. B. B., Pvt. Co. I, 18th La. Inf. Roll for Jan. and Feb., 1863, Died in Gen. Hospl. (Jan. 1, 1863, about). Roll for May and June, 1863, Absent, Prisoner of War on Parole. Roll for July and Aug., 1863, Absent, Prisoner of War.

Gates, James M., Pvt. Co. I, 18th La. Inf. Roll for Jan. and Feb., 1863, Died in Hospl., Jackson, Miss. (Supposed.)

Grady, H., Pvt. Co. D, Crescent Regt. La. Inf. Also on Rolls of Co. I, Pvt. 18th La. Inf. Killed by collision M. & O. R. R., Aug. 4, 1862.

Hensell, M., Pvt. Co. I, 18th La. Inf. Roll for Jan. and Feb., 1863, Died in Gen. Hospl., Jan. 8.

Mayeur, Z. V., Pvt. Co. I, 18th La. Inf. Died in Gen. Hospl. about Jan. 1.

Miller, Wm. M., Pvt. 18th La. Inf. Co. I. Federal Rolls Prisoners of War, Captured Franklin. Tenn., Dec. 17, 1864. Sent to Camp Chase, Ohio. from Louisville, Ky., Jan. 6, 1865. Died Feb. 1, 1865.

Shumway, William H., Pvt. Co. I, 18th La. Inf. Also borne on Rolls of Co. I, Cres. Regt. La. Inf. On return dated Fort Burton, Butte a la Rose, Feb, 14, 1863, of deceased soldiers, Died at Jackson, Miss., Aug. 30, 1862. Remarks: His aunt was present and received his effects.

Spoker, William, Pvt. Co. I, 18th La. Inf. Roll May and June, 1863, Died May 22, 1863.

[p.1095] Williams, G. H., Pvt. Co. I, 18th La. Inf. Also borne on Rolls of Co. C, Cres. Regt. La. Inf., Pvt., Corpl., as Williams, George H. Feb. 14, 1863, of deceased soldiers, Died New Iberia, La., Nov. 14, 1862, pneumonia.

Company K.
Opelousas Volunteers (St. Landry).

Bacheau, Joachim, Pvt. 18th La. Infty., Co. K. Roll for May and June, 1862, Died at hospital, Corinth, Ms., May 13, 1862.

Courville, Helaire, Pvt. Co. K. 18th La. Infty. En. Jan. 16th, 1862, Camp Benjamin Roll for May and June, 1862, Died in Mississippi June 15th, 1862. Later Rolls for July and Aug., 1862, Jan. and Feb., 1863, state Present. Roll dated June 30th, 1863, states Deserted from Camp Dava (?), Feb. 15th, 1863.

Frugee, Rosemond (also Finge, R.), Pvt. Co. K, 18th La. Infty. Roll for May and June, 1862, (only Roll on file), Died in Miss., June 1, 1862.

Lejeune, Olivier, Pvt. Co. K, 18th La. Inf. Roll for July and Aug., 1862, Died at Grenada.

Webre, Ambroise, Pvt. Co. K, 18th La. Inf. Roll May and June, 1862 (only Roll on which borne), En. Camp Benjamin, Jan. 16, 186–. Remarks: Died at Hospl., Corinth, Miss., May 18, 1862.

Company Not Known.

Borsche, A.
(Also Borsch, Augustus, Borsche, Augustus),Pvt. Co. A. Crescent Regt. La. Infty. Transfd. from Cres. to 18th La. Infty. On a report of Prisoners of War who died at New Orleans, La., while on parole at the homes of relatives from April 1st to July 15th, 1864.

Justamond, L. W., Sergt. Co. A, Crescent Regt. La. Inf. Transfd. from Cres. Regt. to 18th Regt. La. Infy. Appears on Register of C. S. A. Gen. Hospl., Shreveport, La., Admitted June 24, 1864. Died Aug. 12, 1864.

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Men Listed as “Missing or
Missing in Action” During
the Course of the History of the 18th Louisiana

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Totals: Missing: 102 (Reflect the military records figures and those in Grisamore’s book)

(The figures are Broken Down By Company...should the reader wish to view specific records, he or she should refer to the individual military records that are listed alphabetically by company in the Roster section of this document.)

Field and Staff: 0

Company F: 14

Company A: 1

Company G: 2

Company B: 14

Company H: 61

Company C: 2

Company I: 7

Company D: 0

Company K: 1

Company E: 0

Company ?: 0



Field and Staff.
No soldiers are listed as Missing in the Field and Staff.

Company A.
St. James Rifles (St. James).
1 soldiers is listed as Missing in Company A.

Company B.
St. Landry Volunteers (St. Landry).
14 soldiers are listed as Missing in Company B.

Company C.
Natchitoches Rebels (Natchitoches).
2 soldiers are listed as Missing in Company C.

Company D.
Hayes Champions (St. Mary).
No soldiers are listed as Missing in Company D.

Company E.
Chasseurs St. Jacques (St. James).
No soldiers are listed as Missing in Company E.

Company F.
Arcadian Guards (Lafayette).
14 soldiers are listed as Missing in Company F.

Company G.
Lafourche Creoles (Lafourche).
2 soldiers are listed as Missing in Company G.

Company H.
Confederate Guards (Orleans).
61 soldiers are listed as Missing in Company H.

Company I.
Orleans Cadet Company C (Orleans).
7 soldiers are listed as Missing in Company I.

Company K.
Opelousas Volunteers (St. Landry).
1 soldiers is listed as Missing in Company K.

Company Not Stated.
No soldiers are listed as Missing in Company “Not Stated”.

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Men Listed as “Deserted” During
the Course of the History of the 18th Louisiana

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Totals: Deserted: 287 (Reflect the military records figures and those in Grisamore’s book)

The records of the 18th Louisiana in most cases do NOT give the reasons or circumstances as to why such large numbers of men were listed as “deserted”...yet the records do show that large numbers of men indeed left the ranks for one reason or another. This researcher does not attempt to justify any reason for men taking the drastic step of “deserting their post”, nor does he condone such acts...but, the records of the 18th Louisiana and other Confederate units send very clear messages. In Griamore’s book, Reminiscences of Uncle Silas, he makes long statements concerning the close proximity of the men to their homes, as they marched up and down Louisiana during the years following Shiloh. He talks of how in some cases the men could see their homes and farms, as they marched, and were not allowed to visit their families. He also talks of the immense hardships the men endured during these horrific marches: for example...lack of food, provisions, clothing, shoes, and of severe weather conditions. Remember, these men were out in the elements for the better part of four years. The men of the 18th Louisiana endured and they endured. The numbers speak for themselves.

 

(The figures are Broken Down By Company...should the reader wish to view specific records, he or she should
refer to the individual military records that are listed alphabetically by company in the Roster section of this document.)

Field and Staff: 1

Company F: 28

Company A: 10

Company G: 31

Company B: 7

Company H: 53

Company C: 30

Company I: 40

Company D: 25

Company K: 52

Company E: 6

Company ?: 4


Field and Staff.
One soldier is listed as Deserted in the Field and Staff.

Company A.
St. James Rifles (St. James).
10 soldiers are listed as Deserted in Company A.

Company B.
St. Landry Volunteers (St. Landry).
7 soldiers are listed as Deserted in Company B.

Company C.
Natchitoches Rebels (Natchitoches).
29 soldiers are listed as Deserted in Company C.

Company D.
Hayes Champions (St. Mary).
25 soldiers are listed as Deserted in Company D.

Company E.
Chasseurs St. Jacques (St. James).
6 soldiers are listed as Deserted in Company E.

Company F.
Arcadian Guards (Lafayette).
28 soldiers are listed as Deserted in Company F.

Company G.
Lafourche Creoles (Lafourche).
31 soldiers are listed as Deserted in Company G.

Company H.
Confederate Guards (Orleans).
53 soldiers are listed as Deserted in Company H.

Company I.
Orleans Cadet Company C (Orleans).
40 soldiers are listed as Deserted in Company I.

Company K.
Opelousas Volunteers (St. Landry).
52 soldiers are listed as Deserted in Company K.

Company Not Stated.
4 soldiers are listed as Deserted in Company “Not Stated”.


Though the figures listed throughout this document reflect only the cold hard facts as portrayed in typical military records, they do not reflect the feelings, emotions and hardships incurred by the men who were the 18th Louisiana Infantry Regiment. This researcher intends to continue his search for more information relating to the 18th Louisiana and in specific, items such as diaries, letters, notes, newspaper articles, etc. that hopefully will lend more insight into the men of this Louisiana fighting unit.


Information compiled and presented in October of 1998 by:
J_ Richard
(Great great-grandson, to the late Placide Richard, Pvt., Co. K, 18th Louisiana Infantry Regiment)
e-mail: < ideal21tc@home.com >

IMAGE of 18th Louisiana: Shiloh Banner

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