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4th Battalion Louisiana Infantry      
Company Unknown
WADE HAMPTON - Corporal   
Was in unit from beginning to end. Spent at least part of the time as color bearer for the batallion. Post-war whereabouts unknown but originated from Winnsboro, Louisiana.
Contact Name:  PATRICK STEWART
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Contact Homepage:  NA
Date Added:  8/10/2009
Company Unknown
John Thomas Mason - Corporal   
Enlisted at Richmond, Louisiana
Contact Name:  Cline Averett
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Date Added:  5/19/2005
Company Unknown
Daniel McEachern - Unknown   
Daniel McEachern and John T Mason were half-brothers
Contact Name:  Cline Averett
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Date Added:  9/19/2013
Company B
George Jethro Holley - Sergeant   
Enlisted with his brother Thomas D. Holley at Monroe, LA on June 4, 1861 in the 'Quachita Blues'. Was wounded and separated from his brother at Chickamauga, GA.Sent to hospital. Captured near Atlanta, GA Aug 3 or 5, 1864. Sent to prison at Louisville, Ky by way of Nashville, TN and then to Camp Chase, Ohio. Paroled Feb. 12, 1865. Exchanged at Boulwares and Coxes Wharf,James River, VA, Feb. 20-21, 1865. Moved to East Texas after war.
Contact Name:  Ernest Kobs,IV
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Contact Homepage:  www.wauls-texas-legion.com
Date Added:  12/29/2009
Company B
Thomas D. Holley - Musician   
Enlisted with his brother George Jethro Holley at Monroe, LA on June 4, 1861 in the 'Quachita Blues'. Captured at Chickamauga, GA Sept. 19, 1863 and separated from his brother George Jethro Holley. Sent to prison at Louisville, Ky and then to Camp Douglas, Ill Oct 4, 1863 and remained there as a POW until April, 18, 1865 at which time he was 'galvanized' and enlisted in the 5th U.S. Volunteer Infantry
Organized at Alton and Camp Douglas, Ill., March to May, 1865. Ordered to Fort Leavenworth, Kansas, May 3, 1865. Assigned to duty in District of Upper Arkansas from Little Arkansas River to Fort Dodge and Cimarron Crossing. Duty in Districts of Nebraska, Colorado and Utah and the Plains till November, 1866. Mustered out November 13, 1866.
Contact Name:  Ernest Kobs, IV
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Contact Homepage:  www.wauls-texas-legion.com
Date Added:  12/29/2009
Company B
Thomas A Marsh - Private   
LIsted incorrectly as deserter. Shows on rolls later and was paroled in Trans-Miss. Was reassigned to QM Dept west of the river last two years of the war. Fought at Sessionville, SC
Contact Name:  Traci Day
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Date Added:  8/19/2012
Company B
Isaiah Stokes - 1st Sergeant   
Isaiah is listed on film number M378 roll 28. He was killed in The Battle of Chickamauga, Tenn., 19 Sept. 1863
Contact Name:  Charles E. Stokes
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Date Added:  2/5/2010
Company B
Michael Sullivan - Private   
Michael Sullivan was born in England around 1825 after his parents left Ireland. From there he Immigrated to the United States and wound up in Ouachita Parish, LA. He was the father of Graton Sullivan, and married Adline Impson (she was previously married to George Brown.


Reel: CP1.134 -- Microdex 2 -- Sequence 27
Target card: SULLIVAN, MRS. A. L. BROWN

Applicant Information & Name Variations:

BROWN, A. L., MRS.

SULLIVAN, CARMICHAEL, MRS.

SULLIVAN, MRS. A. L. BROWN
Parish: OUACHITA -- Pages: 2

Soldier Information & Variations:

SULLIVAN, CARMICAL
State: LA
Branch: INFANTRY
Unit: 4TH BATTALION
Company: CO. B

Remarks:

BROWN, MRS. A. L.: MARRIED 1. MR. BROWN AND
2. CARMICHAEL SULLIVAN
Contact Name:  Luke J. Letlow
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Contact Homepage:  http://trees.ancestry.com/tree/8660338/person/-914042482
Date Added:  1/17/2010
Company B
George W. Thompson - Private   
Killed in fighting around Atlanta, GA. Gone, but not forgotten.
Contact Name:  Josh Dowdy
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Date Added:  4/25/2004
Company C
Duncan W. Buie, Sr. - Major   
Service Record: Captain/Major-Enlisted: 8/1/1861 at Winnsboro, Franklin Parish, LA. Roll for 7/1861 through 8/1861: Present, elected Captain on 8/8/1861. Rolls for 9/1861 through 4/1862: Present. Roll for 5/1862 through 6/1862: Present, promoted to Major on 5/30/1862. Rolls for 7/1862 through 8/1862: Present. Roll for 9/1862 through 10/1862: Absent on furlough. Roll for 1/1863 through 2/1863: Absent,Commanding 47th Georgia Infantry at Red Bluff, SC since 2/24/1863. Rolls for 9/1864 through 2/28/1865: Absent,wounded in the Battle of the Poor House, near Atlanta, GA on 7/28/1864; Absent on detached service. Roll for 3/1865 through 4/1865: Absent,on detached duty at Columbus, GA.

**For all who have an interest in this unit, please see my book entitled 'The Fourth Louisiana Battalion in the Civil War: A History and Roster' published by McFarland & Company Publishers, Inc.
Contact Name:  Terry G. Scriber
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Date Added:  3/29/2004
Company C
Jackson Deal - Private   
No Comments

Contact Name:  Tammie Smith
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Date Added:  6/19/2010
Company C
Dabney Wanesly Elliot - Private   
My uncle served whole war with the Fourth surrendered Citronelle Al.
Contact Name:  Grover Smith
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Date Added:  8/3/2013
Company C
Tavnor Hed Elliott - Private   
served with his brother and brother in law and future father in law . enlisted 29 Aug 1861 received a surgeon discharge Dec 1861 . I think it might been kidney stones . Reenlisted 28th Ms. Cav. became POW. Exchanged Feb 1865 . Returned to rejoin his brother D. Wansely Elliott and Co. C 4th Inf. Batt. where he surrendered Citronelle Al. Having served with the fourth at Spanish Fort battle of Mobile .
Contact Name:  Grover Smith
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Date Added:  8/3/2013
Company C
George L Flynn - Private   
My Uncle - Enlisted 8Aug61 from Winnsboro, La. Served until disabled by surgeon's certificate. Would like more info about the service of this unit. (Flinn)
Contact Name:  Roy Hammett, Jr.
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Date Added:  12/1/2005
Company C
Ephraim Morgan - 2nd Sergeant   
No Comments

Contact Name:  Babs
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Date Added:  11/11/2013
Company C
Elisha Whatley - Private   
My g-g-grandfather, Elisha Whatley, son of Elisha Whatley, Sr., was born a few months after his father's death in 1838. He married Louisa Maria Frazier.
Contact Name:  Kathryn McCorkle
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Date Added:  7/3/2008
Company D
William D. Levensworth - Private   
Not sure of my relation to Pvt. Wm Leavenworth. I know he was KIA at the Battle of Shiloh on Apr 6 1862. I would like to know more of his Civil War experience and perhaps use this as a living history program.
Contact Name:  William Pierce Leavenworth
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Date Added:  10/6/2008
Company D
Walker W McCarty - Private   
No Comments

Contact Name:  Robin E Farris
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Date Added:  7/13/2009
Company E
Tarpley Jenkins - Private   
Trapley Jenkins born 1845 died 1925 buried it Oak Grove Cem. in Clearwater, La. Enlisted 13 May 1862, proled 10 May 1865.
Contact Name:  David W Jenkins
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Date Added:  1/18/2013
Company F
Martin Bryant - Private   
Martin Bryant enlisted April 2,1862. Company F. of the Fourth Louisiana Infantry Battalion was the last company to join the Battalion. They left Ouachita Parish in the spring of 1862 and joined the Battalion on James Island a few months prior to the battle of Secessionville, in June of 1862. It appears that Lt. Colonel John McEnery raised this company while home in Monroe on furlough. This company was known as the Ouachita Rebels.

Contact Name:  Charles Long
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Contact Homepage:  http://www.facebook.com/charleslong5604
Date Added:  10/2/2011
Company F
James G. Dowdy - Private   
In remembrance of McEnery''s Battalion. DEO VINDICE!!
Contact Name:  Josh Dowdy
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Date Added:  4/25/2004
Company F
F Marsh - Private   
Enlisted 3/24/62 at Monroe, LA, Res. Union Parish.
Was at the Battle of Spanish Ft, AL.
Contact Name:  Traci Day
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Date Added:  8/19/2012
Company F
James Henry Walker - Captain   
Elected Captain March 25, 1862. Absent on sick furlough, dated Oct. 28, 1862 after being wounded at Seccessionville SC. Resigned April 24, 1863. Spent last months of the war as tax collector in Columbia County Arkansas. Successor G. N. Conner.
Contact Name:  Robert Butler
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Date Added:  1/2/2010
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