11th Cavalry Regiment
The Tennessee 11th Cavalry Regiment was organized in February, 1863, by consolidating Holman's and part of Douglass' Tennessee Cavalry Battalion plus other companies. The regiment took an active part in the conflicts at Brentwood and Chickamauga, then was involved in the Atlanta Campaign and Hood's operations in Tennessee. During January, 1865, it was consolidated with the 10th Tennessee Cavalry Regiment and in May contained 30 officers and 280 men. Serving in Alabama, it surrendered with the Department of Alabama, Mississippi, and East Louisiana.
Colonels James H. Edmondson and Daniel W. Holman, Lieutenant Colonel Jacob T. Martin, and Major Chatham Coffee.
Forrest's, Humes', J.B. Biffle's and Dibrell's Brigade.
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The Southern Historical Society Papers
Campaigning With Grant
Heitman's Historical Dictionary
of U.S.Army Officers