The 11th Virginia Infantry, A Regimental History, Volume 1: The Roster


This roster includes the individual history of each of the men, the citizen soldier, that served in the 11th Virginia Volunteer Infantry. Great pains have been taken and every possible effort has been made to tell the story of these men within the following pages. Some of the materials used in compiling this roster: Confederate Compiled Service Records (Microfilm #M324, roll #0498 through #0512 - 15 rolls of microfilm), current rosters and histories, post-war rosters and histories, pension records, family genealogies, education records, cemetery records, and numerous newspaper accounts, both contemporary and post-war. The author’s other work on the Civil War period includes Confederate Veterans Buried in Hollywood Cemetery from Camp Lee Soldiers Home, 1894-1946 and The Botetourt Artillery.

Jerald H. Markham

2011, 8x10, paper, illustrations, maps, color photos, xii, 407 pp.