11th Cavalry Battalion



The Tennessee 11th Cavalry Battalion [also called 10th Battalion] was organized in January, 1862, with six companies. The men were recruited in Giles, Davidson, DeKalb, and Smith counties. During April it contained 32 officers and 357 men, and was assigned to General N.R. Beall's Brigade in the Army of Mississippi. Later the battalion merged into the 6th Tennessee Cavalry Regiment.


Lieutenant Colonel W.W. Gordon and William S. Hawkins




The composite roster of this regiment contains 528 names.


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