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2nd Louisiana Infantry CSA

Name: Roger James MarshallRank: Private Company:
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Name: A H. BurnsteinRank: Musician Company: A
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Name: R D. EllzeyRank: Private Company: A
Died of wounds received at 2nd Manassas on 6 Sep. 1862.
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Name: Andrew RendonRank: 1st Sergeant Company: B
Andrew was born Andres Rendon. We think he was Spanish. His wife was French. They were married in New Orleans, but we do not for sure where he was born. he started out as a private but promoted to sargeant eventually. he was taken prisoner and spent time in Elmira.
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Name: Mires RosenthalRank: Private Company: B
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Name: Samuel Luther GulleyRank: Private Company: C
Served in Co. B and C
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Name: Willis Russell ThorntonRank: Private Company: C
The Louisiana 2nd Infantry Regiment [also called Louisiana Zouaves] was formed at Camp Moore in Tangipahoa, Louisiana, during the spring of 1861. Its companies were drawn from De Soto, Natchitoches, Lincoln, St. Landry, Claiborne, Rapides, and Caddo parishes. Ordered to Virginia the unit was assigned to the Department of the Peninsula and in April, 1862 totalled 782 men. Later it was placed in H. Cobb's, Starke's, Nicholl's, Iverson's, Stafford's, and York's Brigade. It fought with the Army of Northern Virginia from the Seven Days' Battles to Cold Harbor , served with Early in the Shenandoah Valley, then was active around Appomattox . The regiment lost 30 killed and 152 wounded at Malvern Hill , had 25 killed and 86 wounded at Second Manassas , and sustained 62 casualties at Sharpsburg . It reported 15 killed and 90 wounded at Chancellorsville , and of the 236 engaged at Gettysburg , twenty-seven percent were disabled. Only 3 officers and 41 men surrendered in April, 1865..Colonels Ross E. Burke, Lewis G. De Russy, William M. Levy, and Isaiah T. Norwood; Lieutenant Colonels Michael A. Grogan, Jesse M. Williams, and John Young; and Majors Richard W. Ashton and Martin C. Redwine.
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.Yorktown Siege (April-May 1862)
Lee's Mill (April 5, 1862)
Lee's Mill (April 16, 1862)
Seven Pines (May 31-June 1, 1862)
Seven Days Battles (June 25-July 1, 1862)
Malvern Hill (July 1, 1862)
Cedar Mountain (August 9, 1862)
2nd Manassas (August 28-30, 1862)
Harpers Ferry (September 12-15, 1862)
Sharpsburg (September 17, 1862)
Fredericksburg (December 13, 1862)
Chancellorsville (May1-4, 1863)
2nd Winchester (June 14-15, 1863)
Gettysburg (July 1-3, 1863)
Bristoe Campaign (October 1863)
Mine Run Campaign (November-December 1863)
The Wilderness (May 5-6-, 1864)
Spotsylvania Court House (May 8-21, 1864)
North Anna (May 23-26, 1864)
Cold Harbor (June 1-3, 1864)
Lynchburg Campaign (May-June 1864)
Monocacy (July 9, 1864)
Kernstown (July 24, 1864)
Shepherdstown (August 25, 1864)
3rd Winchester (September 19, 1864)
Fisher's Hill (September 22, 1864)
Cedar Creek (October 19, 1864)
Petersburg Siege (December 1864-April 1865)
Hatcher's Run (February 5-7, 1865)
Fort Stedman (March 25, 1865)
Petersburg Final Assault (April 2, 1865)
Sayler's Creek (April 6, 1865)
Appomattox Court House (April 9, 1865)
.Company A ~ Lecompte Guards
Company B ~ Moore Guards
Company C ~ Pelican Greys
Company D ~ Pelican Rifles
Company E ~ Vernon Guards
Company F ~ Claiborne Guards
Company G ~ Floyd Guards
Company H ~ Atchafalya Guards
Company I ~ Greenwood Guards
Company K ~ Vienna Rifles


Thornton, W. R., Pvt. Co. C, 2nd La. Inf. En. Sept. 30, 1861, Monroe, La. Present on Roll to

Oct., 1861. Roll Nov. and Dec., 1861, Absent, sick, in Williamsburg. Roll Jan. and Feb., 1862,

Absent, sick, in Richmond. Rolls March, 1862, to June, 1862, Present. Rolls July, 1862, to Oct.,

1862, Absent, wounded. On List dated Hdqrs. Defenses South of the Potomac, Arlington, Oct. 14,

1862, of Prisoners paroled by the 9th N. Y. Cav., Oct. 8, 1862, at Aldie and Middleburgh, Va.

Rolls Nov., 1862, to Feb., 1864, Absent, wounded. Roll May 1 to Aug. 31, 1864, Absent, wounded,

Aug. 31, 1862. Absent without leave. Last heard from at Fish Pond, Ala. On Record of Confed.

soldiers paroled at Hdqrs. 16th Army Corps, Montgomery, Ala., May 18, 1865.




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Name: John Dargon DewittRank: Private Company: D
John, was born in Darlington Co. SC and moved to Mansfield La. He was 21 years old when he enlisted at New Orleans on 11 May 1861. During the war Co D was also known as Co's, L, K & A. ON 30 August 1862 he is wounded at Manassas and sent home. He is back in his unit in Feb. 1864. In August he is again wounded. He is a POW and paroled on 10 April 1865. He lists his home as Mansfield, Louisiana. He died in 1906.
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Name: John Dargon DewittRank: Private Company: D
Enlisted May 11th, 1861, at New Orleans. Wounded at Manassas, August 30th, 1862. Wounded again Winter of 1863. Re-enlisted, prisoner, paroled at Appomattox Court House, April 9th, 1865.
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Name: Jesse Calvin DormanRank: Private Company: D
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Name: Jacob Flavel FosterRank: Private Company: D
Any information on Jacob Flavel Foster who fought and died at Chancellorsville. He is buried in the Confederate cemetary in Fredericksburg. He was my great great uncle and brother to my great great grandfather, claiborne jasper foster who fought at Vicksburg with the Louisiana 27th co. G. Any information who be appreciated.
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Name: John Mixon MossRank: Private Company: D
Enlisted Feb. 10th, 1863, at Mansfield, La. 18 years old. Wounded in the Spring of 1863, re-enlisted 1864. Prisoner, paroled at Lynchburg, Va., April 14th, 1865.
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Name: Enoch MossRank: Private Company: E
Enrolled July 15, 1862.
Enlisted August 21, 1862 at Bethel, Natchitoches Parish, LA.
On roll August 1862 to August 1863. Detailed to quartermasters
department.
Later joined 6th LA Cav for the rest of the war.
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Name: John MossRank: Private Company: E
Enrolled at Bethel, Natchitoches Parish on July 15, 1862.
Enlisted Aug 21, 1862.
On rolls of Aug 21, 1862 to Sept 14, 1862.
Last paid Dec 31, 1862.
Sick at New Iberia, LA.
Later joined 6th LA Cav for the remainder of the war.
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Name: Thomas Jonathan AndersRank: Private Company: F
Anders, Thomas J., Pvt. Co. F. 2nd La. Infty. En. May 9th, 1861, Camp Walker, La. Present on All
Rolls to Dec., 1861. Roll for Jan. and Feb., 1862, 'Absent. Sick in Williamsburg.' Rolls from
March, 1862, to April, 1863, 'Present.' Roll for May and June, 1863, 'Left Sick at Jordan
Springs, Va.' Roll from July, 1863, to Feb., 1864, 'Present.' Federal Rolls of Prisoners of War
Captured at Wilderness, Va., May 12th, 1864. Recd. at Belle Plains, Va., May 18th, 1864. Forwd.
to Elmira, N. Y., Aug. 17th, 1864, from Pt. Lookout, Md. Paroled at Elmira, N. Y., March 10th,
1865. Exchanged at James River, Va., March 15th, 1865.
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Brother of William M. Anders
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Name: Dr. William Richard CheathamRank: Private Company: G
Born in Noxubee County, Ms. in 1833. Attended medical school in Louisana. Joined the 2nd Regiment of Louisiana in New Orleans on 29 April 1861 and to serve one year. WR Cheatham served at several hospitals near Richond, VA and was acting assistant surgeon. Received medical discharged in Richmond on 15 Dec 1862. Discharged was signed by C.D. Rice, Surgeon, 3d Division Winder and Major General Arnold Elzey (Jones), post commander. Buried at Coy United Methodist Church Cemetery, Kemper County, Ms.
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Name: David RidgeRank: Private Company: G
If this is my g-g-g grandfather, he would have been 61 at the time he enlisted...and the David Ridge listed in northeast LA (Carroll Parish). If anyone has any means of checking this out, I would be interested to know.

Also...David Ridge is noted to have died February 24, 1862 in Pelican Camp... The only one I find listed is in Virginia.
Is there another?
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Name: John WingerterRank: Private Company: H
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Name: John Thomas FrostRank: Private Company: I
According to muster documents, he enlisted in New Orleans and served most of the war detached as a teamster.
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Name: George W. MullinaxRank: Sergeant Company: I
George W. Mullinax was my Great Uncle. He was killed on the field of battle at Second Manassas.

His sister, Francis Elizabeth Mullinax, was my Great Grandmother. Her husband was James Van Buren Jackson who enlisted in the 17th Louisiana Infantry, Co. H.

George's brother, Samuel P. Mullinax was also in the 2nd Louisiana Infantry Company I.
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Name: Samuel P. MullinaxRank: Private Company: I
Samuel P. Mullinax was my Great Uncle.

He was wounded at Malvern Hill.

He later joined the 13 Partisan Ranger Calvary.

Samuel was captured in Louisiana and died in a Federal Prison Camp.

My Great Grandmother, Frances Elizabeth Mullinax, was his sister. She was married to James Van Buren Jackson, who enlisted in the 17th Louisiana Infantry, Company H.
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Name: Frank C. GreenwoodRank: Sergeant Company: K
Enlisted May 11, 1861
Wounded in the following battles:
- Payne''s Farm, Gun shot ball.
- Malvern Hill, Gun Shot Ball.
- Culvert''s Hill, Gettysburg, Skull ''broken''.
- The Wilderness, Gun shot ball.
- Spottsylvania Court House, bayonet.

Captured in the wilderness (by Spottsylvania) on May 12, 1864. Sent to Point Lookout Prison, Md.
Transferd to Elmira Prison, NY, on Aug 17, 1864 and paroled Feb 25, 1865
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Name: James Walker ReidRank: Private Company: K
He lost his leg at battle of Wilderness. Also wounded aand captured at Shaprburg. Missed Gettysburg because of measles.
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Name: J H. WalthallRank: Private Company: K
JH is my great great uncle. He and his brother left Georgia to live in Lousiana and were part of the original Vienna Rifles. Company K became part of the 2nd. His grandfather was a revolutionary war soldier from Virginia, Edward Walthall.
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