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29th Louisiana Infantry      
Company A
Enoch Whatley - Private   
Enlisted April 15, 1862 in New Orleans, at age 52.
Served until surrender.
Paroled June 17, 1865.
Contact Name:  Joe Touchette
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Date Added:  11/13/2014
Company E
Benjamin Franklin Fairbanks - Private   
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Contact Name:  James Cannon
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Date Added:  2/26/2013
Company F
Samual M Cain - Private   
Captured (4 July 1863) and paroled at Vicksburg, MS ( 8 July 1863). Listed on rgt . muster roll as being detached and serving with the Battalion trains as a teamster.
Contact Name:  Robert R. Ellis
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Date Added:  7/23/2005
Company I
Jean Baptiste Pierre-Auguste - Private   
Not a relative, I simply honor his service. Jean Baptiste was a 'free-person of color'. Enlisted in early 1862. The 29th saw extensive service in the Vicksburg campaign. particularly the Battle of Chickasaw Bluffs, December 28-29, 1862. The Twenty-ninth Louisiana was part of the Confederate garrison inside the besieged city between May 19, and July 4,1863. Jean was slightly wounded while serving in the trenches. He was paroled home following Vicksburg's fall. The unit was exchanged and returned to duty in the summer of 1864. During Feb-Mar,1865 he was detailed as cook for the company's officers. He was still present when the regiment disbanded in May,1865. He received a Confederate pension in 1915.
Contact Name:  Glenn Land
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Date Added:  10/4/2017
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