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Manning, and Arthur McArthur, Jr. Later it was brigaded under R. Taylor, Hays, and York. The unit sustained 80 casualties at Chancellorsville and 24 at Second Winchester, lost twenty-four percent of the engaged at Gettysburg, and had captured at Rappahannock Station. It surrendered with no officers and 42 men. The field officers were Colonels Harry T. Hays and Davidson B. Terry, and Major J.

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During the war it was brigaded under Generals R. It reported 9 killed and 37 wounded at Cross Keys and Port Republic, had 15 killed and 69 wounded during the Seven Days' Battles, and sustaining 91 casualties in the Maryland Campaign. The unit lost 12 killed and 71 wounded at Chancellorsville and twenty-five percent of the engaged at Gettysburg. It had captured at Rappahannock Station. Only 3 officers and 54 men surrendered.

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Das Regiment traf am Edited by T. Landry parishes. Wearing zouave uniforms, the regiment was composed of many foreigners including Greeks, Italians, and Spainards. It lost twenty-seven percent of the engaged at Malvern Hill, had 16 killed, 33 wounded, and 7 missing at Sharpsburg, and 15 killed and 51 wounded at Chancellorsville. The regiment reported 3 wounded at Second Winchester and lost more than forty-five percent of the at Gettysburg. On April 9, , only 4 officers and 13 men surrendered. Denis and J.

Powell, and William H. Captain S. Col Samuel F. The unit fought at Belmont, then in April, , was captured at Island No.

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After the exchange, it was not reorganized. However, many of its members were transferred to the 13th and 20th Louisiana Infantry Regiments, and the 14th Austin's Louisiana Battalion Sharpshooters. The field officers were Colonel Samuel F. Marks, Lieutenant Colonel Robert H. Barrow, and Majors E. Butler, Jr. Mason, and James A. Ventress, Jr. Its members were recruited in New Orleans, Louisiana in August, James parishes.

It was prominent in many battles of the Army of Northern Virginia from Williamsburg to Cold Harbor, shared in Early's operations in the Shenandoah Valley, and later took part in the Appomattox Campaign. In April, , this regiment totalled effectives, reported 51 killed and wounded at Gaines' Mill and Frayser's Farm, and had 6 killed and 47 wounded at Sharpsburg.

It sustained 64 casualties at Chancellorsville and lost twenty-three percent of the engaged at Gettysburg. Only 2 officers and 25 men surrendered.

The field officers Colonels Richard W. Toler and David Zable. James B. The men were from the parishes of Plaquemines, St. The 15th participated in many conflicts from Cedar Mountain to Cold Harbor, served with Early in the Shenandoah Valley, and saw action around Appomattox. It reported 11 killed and 53 wounded at Second Manassas, had 3 killed and 12 wounded at Sharpsburg, and had 5 killed and 37 wounded at Chancellorsville.

When the unit surrendered, only 2 officers and 17 men were present. Its commanders were Colonels Charles M. Wilkinson, and Major Andrew Brady. Predecessor unit:. Anderson's Brigade during the Seven Days' Battles. In July, , two companies of the 7th Battalion were added and the unit became the 15th Louisiana Regiment.

Lieutenant Colonels Charles M. Wilkinson were its field officers.

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Helena, and Avoyelles parishes. Adams' and Gibson's Brigade, Army of Tennessee. It was consolidated with the 25th Louisiana Regiment from December, until the late summer of The unit participated in the difficult campaigns of the army from Murfreesboro to Atlanta, moved with Hood to Tennessee, and shared in the defense of Mobile. In December, , it contained men and arms. During November, , the 16th had officers and men fit for duty.

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An interesting glimpse of the war on the Civil War's Western Theater. John D. Das Regiment bestand aus Deutschen und Iren aus Louisiana vgl.


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XX October , S. Some of the men were recruited in Orleans Parish. The unit participated in the conflicts at Shiloh and Farmington, shared in the Kentucky Campaign, then was assigned to D.

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It was consolidated with the 13th Louisiana Regiment from December, , to April, The unit fought with the army from Murfreesboro to Atlanta, served with Hood in Tennessee, and ended the war defending Mobile. At Shiloh this regiment took men into action, but only moved to Farmington. Bishop, Samuel Boyd, and Charles Guillet. Helena parishes. The unit was stationed at New Orleans and captured when that city fell in April. After being exchanged, it served in L.

During the Vicksburg siege, the regiment lost 16 killed, 50 wounded, and 1 missing, and after the exchange in December, , only 69 men were present.