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Mt. Zion Baptist Cemetery
(AC38)

Prairieville

Pictures by Paul Moline & Martin Gauthier

SAMUEL A. BANKSTON
MAR. 6, 1843
DEC. 25, 1908

Samuel Bankston
Served in
CO. D
16 LA. INF.
C. S. A.

Bankston, Samuel, Pvt. Co. D. 16th La. Infty. En. Camp Moore, La., Sept. 29th, 1861. Present on Rolls to June, 1862. Roll for Sept. and Oct., 1862, "Absent. Captured in Perryville Fight Oct. 8th, 1862." On List not dated of Prisoners of War Leaving Cairo, Ill., Oct. 25th, 1862, En Route for Vicksburg, Miss., for Exchange. Rolls from Jan., 1863, to Feb., 1865, "Present." Roll for April 20th to April 30th, 1865, "Deserted at Mobile, Ala., April 12th, 1865."

Bankston, Samuel A., Pvt. Co. D. 16th La. Infty.

Above from Records of Louisiana Confederate Soldiers by A

A. J. BRUCE
BORN
DEC. 22, 1842
DIED
JAN. 19, 1913

A. J. BRUCE
CO. A
MILES LEGION
C. S. A.

Bruce, A. J., Pvt. Co. A. Miles Legion La. Militia. En. July 20th, 1863. Baton Rouge, La. Present to Dec., 1863.

Above from Records of Louisiana Confederate Soldiers by Andrew B. Booth

CONFEDERATE SOLDIER
JOHN FRANKLIN
COLLINS
BORN 1830
DIED
DEC. 29, 1909
 

John Collins
Served in
9 BATT.
LA. INF.
C. S. A.

CORNELIUS DEVALL
CO. B
1 LA. CAV.
C. S. A.

Devall, C., Pvt. Co. B. 1st La. Cav. On Roll of Prisoners of War, Paroled at Gainesville, Ala., May 12th, 1865. Res. Baton Rouge, La.

Above from Records of Louisiana Confederate Soldiers by Andrew B. Booth

ANDERSON McCRORY
CO. A
OGDEN'S LA. CAV.
C. S. A.

SEABORN NICKENS SR.
HUSBAND OF
MARY M. MARTINEZ
BORN JUNE 4, 1838
DIED AUG. 23, 1922

Seaborn Nickens
Served in
CO. B
9 BTTN. LA. INF.
C. S. A.

Nickens, Sebron,Pvt. Co. B, 9th Battn. La. Inf. Roll for Sept. and Oct., 1862 (only Roll on file), En. May 15, 1862, Camp Moore, La. Remarks: Absent, sick. Federal Rolls of Prisoners of War, Paroled at Port Hudson, La., July 4, 1863. Prisoner of War records captured New River, Oct. 14, 1864. Recd. at New Orleans, La., Oct. 20, 1864. Sent to Ship Island, Miss., Oct. 21, 1864. Forwd. to Fort. Columbus, N. Y. Harbor, Nov. 19, 1864. Transfd. to Elmira, N. Y., Nov. 20, 1864. On Roll of Prisoners of War at Elmira, N. Y., desirous of taking the Oath of Allegiance to U. S. Roll dated Nov. 30, 1864, remarks: Volunteered May 15, 1862. Was captured and paroled at Port Hudson and has never been in the Rebel Army since, but has kept at home, Donaldsonville, Ascension Par., La., within the Federal lines. Desires to go back there. Name appears as signature to an Oath of Allegiance subscribed and sworn to at Elmira, N. Y., to the United States, May 29, 1865. Res. Donaldsonville, La., complexion light, hair dark, eyes hazel, height 6 ft.

Above from Records of Louisiana Confederate Soldiers by Andrew B. Booth

MARY M.
Wife Of
S. NICKENS
born
July 23, 1842
died
Nov. 14, 1901
Aged 59 years
3 M's  11 D's.

WILLIAM NICKENS
CO. B
9 BN
LA INF
CSA
DEC  15  1836
FEB  21  1925

Nickens, William, Pvt. Co. B, 9th Battn. La. Inf. Roll for Sept. and Oct., 1862 (only Roll on file), En. May 15, 1862, Camp Moore, La. Reported present. Federal Rolls of Prisoners of War, Paroled at Port Hudson, La., July 10, 1863.

Above from Records of Louisiana Confederate Soldiers by Andrew B. Booth

 



 

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