|11th West Virginia Volunteer Infantry Regiment|
Flag of West Virginia
|Active||October 29, 1861 to June 17, 1865|
|Battles|| Battle of Cloyd's Mountain|
Battle of Cedar Creek
Battle of Fisher's Hill
Siege of Petersburg
Corporal Adam White of Company G, was awarded the Congressional Medal of Honor for his exceptional heroism in charging the Rebel works, routing the enemy and capturing a brigade flag . This was during the breakthrough at Hatcher's Run during the Siege Petersburg, VA, April 2, 1865. The 10th West Virginia was mustered out on June 17, 1865.
The 11th West Virginia suffered 4 Officers and 63 enlisted men killed in battle or died from wounds, and 148 enlisted men dead from disease for a total of 215 fatalities.
- Colonel John C. Rathbone, 1861 - 1863
- Colonel Daniel Frost (killed in action), 1863 -1864
- Colonel Van H. Bukey, 1864 - 1865
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