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Louisiana Genealogy, by M.W.Talbot

Rembering from Whence we came

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Talbot, Louis Andre desce
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George S. Patton ancestor
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Talbot, Lewis T. Family
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Laveau, Marie
Lejeune, Gen.JA USMC
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General Pierre Gustave Toutant Beauregard                                                            USMA Westpoint, graduated 2nd, class of 1838
The second chart shows some of his descendants.
A third chart shows the ancestors of his friend,
Confederate Maj.Gen. Camille prrince de Polignac.
The Toutant de Beauregard family have some distant royal ancestors
via the LeNeuf ancestors of the Boulanger.  They include Kings Henry I
of France, Henry I of England and Alphonso VI of Castile.
See the other Confederate generals on this site at:
For paper soldiers, see bottom of this page,
Beauregard's descendants.  This is a work in progress.  It may be incomplete and contain errors.

 Maj.Gen, Camille Armand Jules prince de Polignac


 He was 1st cousin 4 times removed of Prince Albert II, the current Prince of Monaco.


For the kids, paper soldiers, regardless of age:

Download (right click mouse in most browsers), print (letter size paper), study, rectangular cut, fold each half up and paste tops in groups.  If done correctly, each group of the 1" soldiers will form a pup-tent shape and stand alone.  The base may be scored with a thumbnail for added stability. Wads of paper may be used as ammunition or wargame rules, as desired.



See bottom of Lafayette page for another period.


For more paper soldiers at another site, click here.


Louisiana Tiger Zouaves  CSA

Regimental flag is shown at right.


Louisiana Tiger Zouaves  CSA



When war came, the Louisiana Zouaves wore blue Zouave jackets and a red fez.  After their first action, they would remove their jackets in the field and fight in their red shirts.  Later the blue jacket was replaced with the so called butternut jacket.  Some believe that Confederate butternut was originally grey.  But age and prolonged exposure to light eventually turned a grey dye of that time to the brownish color that we often see in surviving artifacts, today.


The Louisiana Zouaves got their "Tiger" nickname from their bravery and tenacity coupled with their striped pantaloons made from matress canvas.  The red fez was quickly replaced by the more protective from the elements and practical straw hat in the field.