Found a few isolated Trans-MS Louisiana Cavalry records, and knowing how scarce they are decided to post them.
This one is interesting because Capt. Furman was east of the Mississippi on business and on his way back stopped and got some souvenirs to take back to his regiment....
CSR of Capt. S Furman, Co. E. 2nd Louisiana Cavalry
Received at Macon Arsenal, May 8th 1863
100 Navy Revolvers
3000 Navy Revolver Cartridges
This one is even more rare as a Cavalry Militia unit. It was formed in early 1863, and late in 1864 merged with another State Guard unit to form the 8th Louisiana Cavalry
CSR of Lt. Col. B. Clark, 1st Battalion Louisiana State Guard Cavalry
Ordnance Stores received April 27th 1864
43 Austrian Rifles
6 Cartridge Boxes
6 Cap Boxes
6 Waist Belts
3000 Enfield Rifle Cartridges
2000 Austiran Rifle Cartridges
500 Percussion Caps
If I find more I will post it.