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14th Louisiana Infantry      
Company Unknown
John Leech - Colonel   
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Contact Name:  Clay Leech
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Date Added:  6/17/2010
Company Unknown
zebulon york - General   
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Contact Name:  thomas york
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Date Added:  10/19/2008
Company A
Thomas Prince Farrar - Captain   
Captain Company A 14th Louisiana Infantry. His wife Emma Girault was first cousin of Virina Howell, wife of Jefferson Davis, President of the Confederacy.
Contact Name:  Steven Chobot
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Date Added:  5/19/2011
Company B
Jules Michel - 1st Lieutenant   
He was wounded 4 times at Gaines Mills and died August 20, 1862 in Richmond at the CSA hospital. He was 31.
Contact Name:  Helen Michel
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Date Added:  8/7/2012
Company C
John Wilson - 2nd Sergeant   
Enlisted June 6, 1861. age 21; New Orleans, La. Resident: Buffalo, NY; Born: Toronto, On, Ca. Present on all Rolls to June, 1862; Rolls from July, 1862, to Oct., 1862; Absent, sick, in Hospital, Richmond, Va.; Rolls from Nov., 1862, to Feb., 1864; Present. Promoted 2d Sergt., Feb. 15, —; Roll? April 30 to Aug. 31, 1864, ? dated Nov. 2, 1864,
Absent, prisoner in the hands of the enemy. Taken May 1864, at Spottsylvania. Federal Rolls of Prisoners of War, Captured Spottsylvania C. H., May 18, 1864; Recd. Belle Plains, Va.; Recd Pt. Lookout, Md., May 23, 1864; Transfd. to Elmira, N. Y., July 6, 1864.
Contact Name:  Cherie Jones
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Date Added:  7/4/2011
Company D
Benjamin R Hyatt - Captain   
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Contact Name:  Ron Bourgeois
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Date Added:  11/29/2010
Company F
Lawrence V. Dwyer - Private   
My gg grandfather was in the 14th LA Inf. Co. F
He was injured a Fraser's Farm in VA

I am researching information about his unit. Before she passed away, my grandmother told me his unit was called the 'Fighting Tigers.' I am just beginning my search; if anyone has information about this unit, I would be very interested in learning more about the unit.
Contact Name:  Debbie Spangler
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Date Added:  6/17/2007
Company G
Frank McNellis - Corporal   
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Contact Name:  Eileen Clark
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Date Added:  7/14/2005
Company H
Michael Patrick Dunn - Private   
Military trail:
The Siege of Yorktown (Apr 1861 - May 1862)
Williamsburg (May 5, 1862)
Seven Pines (May 31 - Jun 1, 1862)
Seven Days Battles (Jun 25 - Jul 1, 1862)
Mechanicsville (Jun 26, 1862)
Gaines' Mill (Jun 27, 1862)
Frayser's Farm (Jun 30, 1862)
Cedar Mountain (Aug 9, 1862)
Bristoe Station (Aug 26, 1862)
Kettle Run (Aug 27, 1862)
2nd Manassas (Aug 28-30, 1862)
Chantilly (Sep 1, 1862)
Harpers Ferry (Sep 12-15, 1862)
Sharpsburg (Sep 17, 1862)
Fredericksburg (Dec 13, 1862)
Chancellorsville (May 1-4, 1863)
2nd Winchester (Jun 14-15, 1863)
Gettysburg (Jul 1-3, 1863)
Bristoe Campaign (Oct 1863)
Mine Run Campaign (Nov-Dec 1863)
Payne's Farm (Dec 27, 1863)
The Wilderness (May 5-6, 1864)
Spotsylvania Court House (May 8-21, 1864)
North Anna (May 23-26, 1864)
Cold Harbor (Jul 1-3, 1864)
Lynchburg Campaign (May-Jul 1864)
Monocacy (Jul 9, 1864)
Kernstown (Jul 24, 1864)
Shepherdstown (Aug 25, 1864)
3rd Winchester (Sep 19, 1864)
Fisher's Hill (Sep 22, 1864)
Cedar Creek (Oct 19, 1864)
Petersburg Siege (Jun 1864 - Apr 1865)
Hatcher's Run (Feb 5-7, 1865)
Fort Stedman (Mar 25, 1865)
Petersburg Final Assault (Apr 2, 1865)
Sayler's Creek (Apr 6, 1865)
Appomattox Court House (Apr 9, 1865)
Contact Name:  Patrick M. Dunn
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Contact Homepage:  the dunns
Date Added:  4/26/2013
Company I
Field Farrar Montgomery - Captain   
Field was also Asst. Quarter Master. Served 1861-1865 and lived in Floyd, Carroll parish ward 6. Company I was known as Montgomery's '' Tiger Bayou Rifles.'' Field was wounded at the Seven Days Battle in 1862. The 14th Regiment started out as Col. Sulakowski's Polish Brigade then made part of A.P. Hill's/Longstreet's division later transfered to Early's/Gorden's command. The 14th was present at the battles of 2nd Manassas, Chantilly, Harpers Ferry, Sharpsburg, Fredericksburg. Chancellorsville, The Wilderness, Spotsylvania Courthouse, Cold Harbor, Petersburg, Gettysburg ( Culps Hill ) present at Appomattox Court House April 9th 1865. Field also had three other brothers that enlisted in service, Robert Montgomery in the 8th louisiana Infantry, John Montgomery in the 12th Missouri Cavalry and Daniel Montgomery in the 11th Tennessee Infantry killed in battle at Jonesboro,Ga. Field is buried at Lake Providence Cemetery in Lake Providence, Louisiana. Anyone who has any info on the 14th Infantry Company I Please contact me... Thanks Steve www.findagrave.com
Contact Name:  Steven Chobot
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Date Added:  10/2/2010
Company I
Albert H Sansing - Musician   
Albert H. Sansing's military records show that he enlisted on May 20, 1861, as a Private/Musician in Capt. Richard W. Jones' Company, Louisiana Volunteers (NOTE: This company was attached to the 14th Regiment Louisiana Infantry by order of the Secretary of War dated September 19, 1861, S. O. No. 157, and became Company I of that regiment.)

The regiment was organized June 16, 1861. It was mustered into Confederate service as the 13th Louisiana Regiment at Camp Pulaski, near Amite, Louisiana, on August 24. The unit received orders to proceed to Virginia to join forces with other state units to defend Richmond. The 13th marched to Yorktown in September to contest the advance of the Union Army. On September 21 the War Department changed the unit's designation to the 14th Louisiana Regiment. The men served in the trenches during the siege of Yorktown in April, 1862, and fought in the Battle of Williamsburg, May 5, 1862.
Contact Name:  Rita Wallace
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Date Added:  6/9/2016
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