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1st Louisiana Heavy Artillery      
Company Unknown
Daniel M Beltzhoover - Lt. Colonel   
West Point graduate (1847).
Professor of Mathematics at Mount Saint Mary's College (Emmitsburg, Md.) prior to the war.
Buried on 'The Mount' in Emmitsburg, Md.
Contact Name:  Michael Waricher
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Date Added:  8/18/2006
Company Unknown
Lafayette Guyol - Sergeant   
Lafayette was in the Orleans Artillery also known as Captain Guyols artillery.
Contact Name:  Jon Vreeland
Contact Email:  Click for E-mail
Date Added:  1/18/2007
Company Unknown
George McDuffy Williams - Sergeant   
GGGrandfather
Contact Name:  George W. Long
Contact Email:  Click for E-mail
Date Added:  12/29/2009
Company A
Wiggin Biggs - Private   
Pvt. Biggs was born 1839 in Newton County, Mississippi. Enlisted at Enterprise Ms. on May 5, 1863 and remained until the surrender at Mobile Ala. April 1865. Married Elizabeth Monroe 1862 died after 1908 in Hickory, Mississippi.
Contact Name:  Maxey
Contact Email:  Click for E-mail
Date Added:  4/21/2011
Company B
george Fathers - Sergeant   
There was also a Joseph serving with him, perhaps brothers. Ancesters in UK are blacksmiths and stone masons.
Contact Name:  brenda Fathers
Contact Email:  Click for E-mail
Date Added:  8/6/2005
Company C
Joseph Honore Gros - Private   
Brother to my 3rd great grandfather, Meril Gros. Born Jan. 28, 1834 inb Thibodaux. Lived in Labadieville, Assumption Parish with wife Eulalie Josephine Thibodaux. Conscripted into Co. C, 1st Louisiana Heavy Artillery on Oct. 20, 1862. Later served in Co. C, 7th Louisiana Cavalry. Survived war, received Louisiana Confederate pension.
Contact Name:  David Jones
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Date Added:  12/6/2005
Company C
Merile Gros - Private   
My 3rd great grandfather. He was a farmer, born Sept. 26, 1838 in Thibodaux. Lived in Labadieville, Assumption Parish, husband of Pauline Hebert. Conscripted into Co. C of the 1st Louisiana Heavy Artillery on Oct. 20, 1862. Died of disease at Vicksburg on Nov. 30, 1862.
Contact Name:  David Jones
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Date Added:  12/6/2005
Company C
Michel Orestile Gros - Private   
Brother of my 3rd great grandfather Merile Gros. Also a farmer, born Sept. 18, 1837 in Thibodaux. Lived in Labadieville, Assumption Parish with wife Rosalie Obeline Hebert, sister to Meril's wife Pauline Hebert. Conscripted into Co. C, 1st Louisiana Heavy Artillery on Oct. 20, 1862. Died of disease at Vicksburg on Dec. 26, 1862.
Contact Name:  David Jones
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Date Added:  12/6/2005
Company C
Clairville Richard - Private   
Richard, Clairville, Pvt. Co. C, 1st La. Hvy. Arty. (Regulars). Rolls Oct. 31, 1862, to April,
1863, Present, conscript, joined Co. Oct. 20, 1862. Rolls Sept., 1863, to Oct., 1864, Absent,
sent to U. S., from Vicksburg, July 4, 1863. Roll March and April, 1865, Dropped from Roll,
order of Regtl. Comdr. This man was captured at Vicksburg, refused parole, has not since been
heard of. Federal Rolls of Prisoners of War, Captured Vicksburg, Miss., July 4, 1863. Refused
Parole. Forwd. to Memphis, Tenn., July 18, 1863. Sent to Gratiot St. Military Prison, St. Louis,
Mo., July 26, 1863. Transfd. to Camp Morton, Ind., Aug. 7, 1863. Released on Oath, Jan. 3, 1865.
Res. Assumption Par., La., complexion light, hair brown, eyes blue, height 5 ft. 8 1/4 in.
Remarks: This man was captured at Vicksburg. July 4, 1863, refused to be paroled, asked to take
the Oath of Allegiance to U. S., and be released.
Contact Name:  Wayne Oncale (great-great grandson)
Contact Email:  Click for E-mail
Date Added:  6/17/2007
Company E
Green Merrell Elliott - 1st Sergeant   
Entered war as private promoted to Sergeant. Captured at Vicksburg.
Contact Name:  Thomas Magee
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Date Added:  7/9/2012
Company F
Albert Self - Private   
Albert Self Born July 10, 1827 Autauga County, Ala. Died Jun 23, 1905 Liberty Creek, Vernon Parish, La.
Enlisted into the Confederate States of America, first served in Co F 2nd Louisiana Battalion Heavy Artillery, ,
Co F 8th Louisiana Battalion Heavy Artillery, which consolidated to the 1st Louisiana Heavy Artillery.
Roll of Prisoners of War, surrendered at New Orleans, La. by General E. K. Smith C.S.A. May 26, 1865 and
Paroled at Alexandria, La. July 3 to 10, 1865. Residence Rapides Parish, La. Albert Self married ((Sidney Bryan Self 1832-1923, occupation,
school teacher, at "Liberty Creek School")). Albert Self and his wife Sidney Bryan Self bought the Reuben and Harriet Price Gill Plantation, Homestead on Liberty Creek, which is located inside the Artillery Range, U.S. Army Base. The Self Cemetery #15, is named after these line of Self's.
Contact Name:  J. B. Williams
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Date Added:  7/14/2020
Company G
A Prouty - Private   
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Contact Name:  Shawn Verdine
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Contact Homepage:  Verdini
Date Added:  2/4/2007
Company H
James Simonton Brice - Private   
James Simonton Brice was born Sept. 16, 1824 in Fairfield County, South Carolina, the son of Robert & Margaret Brice. In 1857, James Simonton Brice married Elizabeth Strong Moffatt in Troy, Obion Co., Tennessee. They moved to New Orleans, Louisiana; where they had seven children Robert Edgar, James Moffatt, Walter, Mary Louisa, Martha Lee, William Bonar and Charles Strong Brice.

James enlisted as a Private in Co. H, 1st Louisiana Heavy Artillery and was captured May 4, 1865 at Catonsville, Mississippi & held prisoner at Merdian, Mississippi until released May 14, 1865.

James Simonton Brice died June 20, 1877 in Longview, Gregg County, Texas.
Contact Name:  G. M. Gaston
Contact Email:  Click for E-mail
Date Added:  7/8/2013
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