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Confederate (CSV)


Thomas Pino

(c. 1845 - ?)

Home State: Louisiana

Branch of Service: Infantry

Unit: 7th Louisiana Infantry

Before Sharpsburg

He was a 16 year old barkeeper in Baton Rouge at the US Census of 1860. On 7 June 1861, then an unmarried clerk in Baton Rouge, he gave his age as 18 and enlisted as Private in Company B, 7th Louisiana Infantry at Camp Moore, LA. He was detailed as a wagon driver in September and October 1861.

On the Campaign

He was wounded with compound fracture of his right leg and captured in action on 17 September 1862 at Sharpsburg.

The rest of the War

He was admitted to a US Army hospital in Frederick, MD on 22 October 1862 and transferred to Fort McHenry in Baltimore on 28 May 1863, paroled, then sent on to Fortress Monroe, VA for exchange. He was exchanged at City Point, VA on 31 May. He was on furlough in Louisiana for the rest of the war, permanently disabled.

References & notes

Service information from Booth1. Wound and hospital details from the Patient List,2 as Thomas Pins. Personal details from the US Census of 1850, 1860. His gravesite is on Findagrave.


c. 1845 in LA


Date not known; burial in Saint Joseph Catholic Cemetery, Baton Rouge, LA


1   Booth, Andrew B., Records of Louisiana Confederate Soldiers and Louisiana Confederate Commands, 3 Volumes, New Orleans: State of Louisiana, 1920, Vol. 3, Book 2, Part 1, pg. 151  [AotW citation 22274]

2   National Museum of Civil War Medicine, and Terry Reimer, Frederick Patient List, Published 2018, first accessed 17 September 2018, <>, Source page: patient #5.272  [AotW citation 22275]