Thank you for a reply to my inquiry. I'm not sure what a name and residence has to do with the action history of Capt. Cook's Company, but I'm researching Patrick Enright who lived in Louisiana after coming to America (from Ireland) in the mid-1800s. Only one Patrick Enright is listed as fighting for the Confederacy (noted in a family narrative) and with C.C.'s Company in Ancestry's Civil War database, so this is a leap of faith on my part. Another leap of faith was finding (again, Ancestry) a brother (also noted in the narrative) who fought with a Louisiana Infantry unit. Why the brothers (?) were in two different states' units is surely a question for me. Again, thank you for replying.