|Number of men enrolled||est. 500|
|Killed in battle|
|Wounded in battle|
|Died of disease|
The 11th Artillery Battalion fought with the Army of Northern Virginia from the Maryland Campaign to Cold Harbor. During the Petersburg siege, the battalion served south of the James River and served as infantry during the Appomattox campaign. In October, 1862, the battalion had 450 effectives, 384 at Gettysburg, but only 44 present at the Appomattox surrender.