His service record contains the following information:
Private, Company B, 1st Louisiana Heavy Artillery
Roll dated 31 Oct 1862: Present, assigned to Co. per order No. 9 Hdqrs. Hvy. Arty., Vicksburg, Miss., Oct. 22, 1862, Sick, in Qtrs.
Roll dated Dec. 31, 1862, Sick, in Hospl. Conscript, joined Co. Oct. 20, 1862, per order No. 9, Hdqrs. Hy. Arty.
Roll for Jan-Feb 1863: Conscript, jointed 20 Oct 1862 [in] Assumption [Parish], La. Died Jan. 21, 1863 at City Hospital in Vicksburg, Miss.
The 1860 census does show an Adolphe Loland living in Assumption Parish.
I would assume that he was buried in Vicksburg as travel to south Louisiana for burial would have likely been difficult at that stage of the war. Most Confederate graves in the Vicksburg City Cemetery are not marked and the records indicating the burials were lost some time ago.
Hope this helps,
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