Of the Mayeux's listed in Booth's 3 died while in service.
Octave died of wounds at Gettsburg and is buried in Philadelphia National Cemetery in an unmarked grave. All confederate graves are unmarked as the original locations have been lost but there is a nice monument with all names listed put up by the UDC many years ago. R. or Rene was killed in a fight with gunboats at Simmsport after the Red River Campaign and is suppossedly buried in Moreauville Catholic Cemetery but the grave is unmarked. Zenon Vincent died of measles at Camp Pratt and is buried either at Camp Pratt or at the hospital at New Iberia. Can anyone help me solve this puzzle? At the time of the Civil War all used the Mayeux spelling but by the time Booth compiled the records the Mayeaux had crept into common usage. Hope this helps.