You may also be interested in my book “The Defense of Vicksburg: A Louisiana Chronicle.” It includes a substantial amount of information about the 27th LA Infantry, including information (and pictures) about the Tuckers. Rev. George Tucker (father) was the pastor at 1st Baptist in Shreveport and joined the Caddo Confederates which became Co. I of the 27th LA Inf. Jeremiah (a son) had been the preacher at the same church but had moved to Keatchie where he became, before and after the war, the head of the Keatchie Female Academy. He joined the Dixie Rebels in Keatchie that later became Co. G of the 27th. It is an interesting coincidence that both these companies became part of the same regiment. Also I have some references to George preaching and a letter from Jeremiah to his wife in the book that includes some interesting comments. The letter came from Courtney Tompkins a descendent of Jeremiah and George.
Gary Joiner’s new book “No Pardons to Ask, nor Apologies to Make” also includes a reference to one of Quantrell’s captains riding a horse into George’s church and insulting Mrs. Tucker whereupon the Reverend pulled a pistol from under the pulpit and shot him dead. This was in Shreveport in 1864; apparently George had left the army by then. There is a little bit more to the story that I can add if you are interested.
My book is available from the publisher, Texas A&M University Press or Amazon, B&N, etc. etc. Let me know if I can be of any additional assistance.