11th Georgia InfantryMustered in on 7/2/1861
Disbanded/Mustered out: Appomattox CH, VA 4/9/1865
|Commanding Officer: |
Maj. F. H. Little
|Statistics for Maryland Campaign|
Initial Strength: 140
Wounded (WIA): 10
Losses, % of Initial Strength: 7.1%
Map Showing this Unit:
Detail Map #10: Rodman's Division Crosses at Snavely's Ford
Battlefield Tablets for this Unit:
Tablet #303: Longstreet's Command - 14 Sep, 9 PM to 15 Sep, 12 PM
Tablet #322: Jones' Division, Longstreet's Command - 14 Sep, 9 PM to 16 Sep, 9 PM
Tablet #328: Anderson's Brigade, D.R. Jones Division - 15 Sep, 12 PM to 17 Sep, 7 AM
Tablet #368: Jones' Division, Longstreet's Command - 15 Sep, 9 AM to 16 Sep, 9 PM
Tablet #369, cont: Jones' Division, Longstreet's Command - 17 Sep, 3 PM to 18 Sep, 9 PM
Tablet #321: Jones' Division, Longstreet's Command - 17 Sep, 6 AM to 17 Sep, 3 PM
Tablet #373: Toombs' Brigade, Jones' Division - 17 Sep, 6 AM to 18 Sep, 9 PM
Tablet #369: Jones' Division, Longstreet's Command - 17 Sep, 7 AM to 17 Sep, 3 PM
Tablet #304: Longstreet's Command - 17 Sep, 7 AM to 17 Sep, 3 PM
Tablet #323: Anderson's Brigade, D.R. Jones Division - 17 Sep, 7 AM to 17 Sep, 4 PM
This Regiment's Chain of Command:
Army - Army of Northern Virginia
Corps - Longstreet's Command
Division - Jones' Division
Brigade - Anderson's (GA) Brigade
History of the Unit:
Organized for the war on July 2, 1861. Surrendered at Appomattox Court House, Virginia on April 9, 1865.
First Commander: George T. Anderson (Colonel);
Field Officers: Charles T. Goode (Major), Theodore L. Guerry (Lieutenant Colonel), Francis H. Little (Major, Colonel), William Luffman (Lieutenant Colonel), Henry D. McDaniel (Major) , and Western R.Welch (Major)
(from Compendium of Confederate Armies, quoted on the georgiacivilwar discussion group.
In the Antietam Campaign:
According to Gen Toombs' report, "...the Fifteenth Georgia Volunteers, under the command of Colonel Millican; the Seventeenth, under the command of Captain [John A.] McGregor, of my brigade, and Major Little, with five companies of the Eleventh Georgia (Colonel Anderson's brigade), all of whom had been detached several days before to guard ammunition and other trains, arrived on the field and were also placed in the new position [with Toombs' force above the Burnside Bridge, near Sharpsburg] before designated."
"... Major Little led his battalion of the Eleventh Georgia with a dashing courage and success which won the admiration of his comrades. The officers and men of his battalion deserve especial mention for their gallantry and good conduct. "
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