Pointe Coupee Artillery Battalion

Company B
 

Capt. W.A. Davidson N.A. ?Murray O. Desforges, desert
First Lieut J.J. Thompson M.C. Montaut J. Evans, wounded
Second Lieut E. Legendre Jas. Marsh G. Fletcher
Lieut. ? M. D'Aubigne' killed at Vicksburg P. Power H. Foster
Lieut. J.G. Wall transferred. B.E. Pickets P. Hussey, D
Sergeants: E. Weysham J. Hill
J.H. Warden T. Mount M. Harper
D. Stocking R.E. McAlton J.A. Johnson
M.L. Laurence J.W. Michel J. Kemp
S.?. Bachemin R. Nenez W. King (? after VB)
Corporals: R. Oriol A. King, D.
C. Vautier D. Perret T. King, D. killed at Vicksburg
H.? Vienne Adolf Scharniski J. Maloney
Chs. Brulard, wounded at Vicksburg and killed in N.C. 14 Sept, 1874 W. Story D. McCall
J.A. Lambert J. Sharkey T.R. McNeil
Privates: W. Thompson P. McKittrick, killed at Ft. Pemberton
A. Archinard J. Toomey J.?. McNabb
H. Bourgeois M.S. Wall McDonnell
J.W. ?Barbarin E.V. Weaver G.W. Petterson
M. Carruth J. Young P.Perry, deserted
L. Courcelle G. Rosiere D. Richardson
C. Dutch Amede Gastinel, killed at Vicksburg E. Segers
A.H. Green Avetant, killed at Vicksburg B. Spiller
N.W. Gonzales J. Laforest G. Setton
H. Gener J. Dossat G. Slocumb
L.L. Holland, disabled from wound M.A. Penn R. Self
M.A. Heard J.B. Easterly J.W. Kinchen
J.V. Aime J.G. Ruffier  D. H. Kinchen
W. Blair P.E. Drew, transferred and killed at Franklin, Tenn. Numa Patin, killed at Nashville
J. Burge A. Stevens G.E. Green
C.H. Cubberston B. Fletcher S.H. Sparks, desert
J. Geoge, disabled from wound F.N. Kennedy, wounded at Vicksburg Spiller, B.
F. Gener A. Shumaker, D. Spiller, Blassingame
Z. Hardell A. Arrisa Spiller, Thomas
A. Brulard E. Auzant, desert Stevens, C. J.
V. Bellaume' E. Couligney Stephens, Allen
S.?. Brocard Chs. Bonnemer, deserted Stocking, Denison
S.E. Courcelle M. Bradford Story, W.
Devenport B. Boulet, deserted Thompson, William L.
J.N. Fagot M.C. Blasco, deserted Toomey, John
Edgard Guenon, died from wounds rec'd. at Nashville Dec 16, 1864 E. Cannonge, deserted Wall, J. G.
H. Hoffman A. Cagnon, deserted Wall, John Q.
P.A. Hebrard L.D. Crittenden Wall, Marshall S.
H. Jones, wounded at Ft. Pemberton and leg amputated B.P. Crittenden Warden, J. H.
W.G. Heady, wounded and arm amputated S. Charlton Watt, M. B.
S. Kohlman L.A. Cruzat, desert Wood, A. C.
E. Laforest W. Donohae Weaver, E. V.
L.L. Lambert A. Dumerge Weysham, Edward
P.F. Coiron Dubertrand, desert Young, John
Piere Lanaux F. Dubas, desert  
E. Marques J. Denning  
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