10th / 11th Consolidated
Cavalry Regiment



    The Tennessee 11th Infantry Regiment was organized at Camp Cheatham, Tennessee, in May, 1861. Its companies were recruited in the following counties: Humphreys, Dickson, Davidson, Cheatham, Robertson, and Hickman. In July the unit contained 880 effectives, moved to Kentucky, then skirmished at Cumberland Gap and Tazewell. Later it joined the Army of Tennessee and served in P.Smith's, Vaughan's, and Palmer's Brigade. The 11th participated in the campaigns of the army from Murfreesboro to Atlanta, endured Hood's winter operations, and fought in North Carolina. It reported 8 killed, 64 wounded, and 11 missing at Murfreesboro and 8 killed and 44 wounded at Chickamauga. In December, 1863, it totalled 340 men and 267 arms. After the Atlanta Campaign the regiment was consolidated with the 29th Regiment and was included in the surrender on April 26, 1865.


    Colonels George W. Gordon, James A. Long, and James E. Rains; Lieutenant Colonels Thomas P. Bateman, William Thedford, and Howell Webb; and Majors John E. Binns, William Green, Hugh R. Lucas, and Philip Van Horn Weems.




    The composite roster of this regiment contains 1,930 names.

    The roster of the 11th/24th Consolidated Regiment contains the name of one man. He does not appear in the roster of either regiment before consolidation.

    Randolph, J. Company D. Rank in Private. Rank out Lieutenant


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Confederate Military History - Tennessee
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Historical Sketch and Roster of the Tennessee 10th Cavalry Regiment - DeMoss
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