1st Battery, Vermont Heavy Artillery
(11th Vermont Infantry)

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Organization

Organized at Brattleboro, Vermont

Mustered in as 11th Vermont Infantry September 1, 1862

Left Vermont for Washington, D.C., September 7, 1862

Attached to 1st Brigade, Haskins' Division, Military District of Washington, to February, 1863

Designation of Regiment changed to 1st Heavy Artillery December 10, 1862

Attached to 1st Brigade, Haskins' Division, 22nd Army Corps, Defences of Washington, February 1863 to May, 1864

Company "L" organized July 11, 1863

Company "M" organized October 7, 1863

Army of the Potomac, Sixth Corps, 2nd Division, as 2nd Brigade, May to July 1864

Army of the Shenandoah, Middle Military Division, to June, 1865

Service

September 27 to
November 17, 1862
Company "A" at Fort Lincoln
Until March, 1864 Company "A" at Fort Totten
Until May, 1864 Company "A" at Fort Lincoln
Until March, 1864 Company "B" at Forts Massachusetts and Stevens
Until May, 1864 Company "B" at Fort Totten
Until November 17, 1862 Companies "C" and "D" at Fort Saratoga
Until March, 1864 Companies "C" and "D" at Fort Massachusetts
Until May, 1864 Company "C" at Fort Stevens
Until May, 1864 Company "D" at Fort Saratoga
Until November 17, 1862 Company "E" at Fort Totten
Until May, 1864 Company "E" at Fort Slocum
Until November 17, 1862 Company "F" at Fort Bunker Hill
December 10, 1862 Designation of regiment changed to 1st Vermont Heavy Artillery
Until March, 1864 Company "F" at Fort Slocum
Until May, 1864 Company "F" at Fort Thayer
Until November 17, 1862 Company "G" at Fort Lincoln
Until May, 1864 Company "G" at Fort Slocum
Until March, 1864 Company "H" at Fort Slocum
Until May, 1864 Company "H" at Fort Bunker Hill
Until November 17, 1862 Company "I" at Fort Thayer
Until March, 1864 Company "I" at Fort Massachusetts
Until May, 1864 Company "I" at Fort Bunker Hill
Until May, 1864 Company "K" at Fort Totten
Until May, 1864 Company "L" at Fort Lincoln
Until May, 1864 Company "M" at Fort Bunker Hill
May 12, 1864 Ordered to Join army in the field
May 15-21, 1864 Spotsylvania Court House

May 23-26, 1864

North Anna River
May 26-28, 1864 Line of the Pamunkey
May 28-31, 1864 Totopotomoy
June 1-12, 1864 Cold Harbor
June 17, 1864 to
July 9, 1864
Before Petersburg
June 22-23, 1864 Jerusalem Plank Road
July 9-11, 1864 Moved to Washington, D.C.
July 11-12, 1864 Fort Stevens
July 15-23, 1864 Snicker's Gap Expedition

August 7, 1864 to
November 28, 1864

Sheridan's Shenandoah Valley Campaign

August 21-22, 1864

Near Charlestown

September 13, 1864

Gilbert's Ford, Opequan

September 19, 1864

Battle of Opequan, Winchester

September 22, 1864

Fisher's Hill

October 19, 1864

Battle of Cedar Creek

Until November 9, 1864

Duty at Strasburg

Until December 9, 1864

At Kernstown

December 9-12, 1864

Moved to Petersburg, Virginia

December 13, 1864 to
April 2, 1865

Siege of Petersburg

March 25, 1865

Fort Fisher, Petersburg

March 28, 1865 to
April 9, 1865

Appomattox Campaign

April 2, 1865

Assault on and fall of Petersburg

Until April 23, 1865

Pursuit of Lee, duty at Burkesville

April 23-27, 1865

March to Danville

Until May 18, 1865

Duty there

May 19-24, 1865

At Manchester

Until June 24, 1865

At Munson's Hill, Washington

June 8, 1865

Corps Review

June 24, 1865

Old members mustered out

Until August, 1865

Veterans and Recruits consolidated to a Battalion of four Companies, Duty at Fort Foote, Maryland, Defences of Washington

August 25, 1865

Mustered out

Regimental Losses

10 Officers killed and mortally wounded
154 Enlisted men killed and mortally wounded
2 Officers by disease
410 Enlisted men by disease
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576 Total lost

Source:   Frederck H. Dyer, A Compendium of the War of the Rebellion, 1861-1865.