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15th Louisiana Infantry      
Company G
John Davenport - Private   
Company also called the 'Davenport Rebels'.
Contact Name:  Mark Anderson
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Date Added:  11/18/2007
Company I
Joseph Henry Dale - Captain   
My GGrandfather and all 3 of his brothers fought for the confederacy, all but one returned home.
The most colorful was Joseph. He fought in all the famous battles with The Army of Northern Va.
pvt. William R. Dale 16/25 La. Inf captured at Seminary Ridge
Pvt. Robert M. Dale 3rd La. Cav.
Pvt. George W. Dale 3rd La. Cav. killed at Monticello, Ark.
Capt. Joseph H. Dale Co. D Wheats 1st Special Batt.> Co. C(?) 7th La. Batt.> Co. H Louisiana Zouaves Reg.> Co. I 15th La. Inf.
wounded at 2nd Manassas
wounded at Richmond around 7 Pines
wounded and captured at Cedar Creek

Contact Name:  Michael B. Dale
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Date Added:  2/1/2009
Company I
John C. Johnson - Private   
Pvt. John C. Johnson (also listed as Jones on some records) enlisted April 25, 1861 with Wheat's Battalion, Company B. Present to December 1861. Re-enlisted into Company I, 15th Louisiana Infantry Regiment as a substitute for S. Block on December 21, 1862 at Camp Moore, LA. Present from January to February 1863. Absent sick, March to June 1863. Died in hospital May 1863. He was a born in Tennessee and was a carpenter.
Contact Name:  Poppy Johnson
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Date Added:  8/24/2011
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