19th Louisiana Infantry Regiment
Most of the following men enlisted
(Sep, Oct & Nov 1861) for 12 months in Companies organized in these Parishes
before arriving at Camp Moore, Tangipahoa, LA. Those Companies are: Company A
(Vance Guards from Bossier Parish, LA), Company B (Robins Grays from Bossier
Parish, LA), Company C (Claiborne Volunteers from Claiborne Parish, LA), Company
D (Claiborne Greys from Claiborne Parish, LA), Company E (Stars of Equality from
Union Parish, LA), Company F (Henry Marshall Guards from Desoto Parish, LA),
company G (Caddo 10th from Caddo Parish, LA), Company H (Desoto Creoles from
Desoto Parish, LA), Company I (Keachi Warriors from Caddo Parish, LA) & Company
K (Anacoca Rangers from Sabine Parish & Rapides Parish, LA).
Towards the end of the war the 19th was one of the companies consolidated to form the Pelican Regiment Louisiana Infantry. In the Pelican Regiment Louisiana Infantry the 19th lined up this way: Company A (Companies A, I, E of the 19th), Company D (Companies C, F, G & K of the 19th) & Company E (Companies B, D & H of the 19th).