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7th Regiment Colored Infantry / 11th Regiment

This regiment was organized at La Grange, Lafayette, and Memphis, Tenn., and Corinth, Mississippi, from June 20, 1863, to April 2, 1864, to serve three years, and designated the 1st regiment Alabama siege artillery, a.d. [African Descent.] Its designation was changed to 6th regiment U.S. colored heavy artillery March 11, 1864, to 7th regiment U.S. colored heavy artillery April 26, 1864, and to its present designation January 23, 1865. It was mustered out of service January 12, 1866.

Colonel

William D. Turner, 22 April 1864

Lieutenant Colonel

[not listed]

Major

U.G. Scheller de Buol, 16 March 1864

Captains

George W. Carlisle, 17 March 1864
Francis N. Marion, 6 May 1864
William C. Whitney, 8 July 1864
Samuel J. Atlee, 14 October 1865
Walter H. Fifield, 14 October 1865
John R. McDougall, 14 October 1865

First Lieutenants

John C. Malloy, 20 June 1864 (dismissed 25 January 1866)
Justus Canfield, 20 June 1864
Josiah W. Davis, 8 July 1864
Caleb Brinton, 14 October 1865
John S. Muzzy, 14 October 1865
Solomon F. Denton, 16 October 1865
Bethel M. Custer, 22 October 1865
John C. McKenny, 29 October 1865
Silas W. Gilbert, 2 November 1865
William N. Thomas, 6 November 1865

Second Lieutenants

George C. Davis, 9 August 1865
Charles W. Snyder, 9 August 1865

Surgeon

[not listed]

Assistant Surgeons

[not listed]

Chaplain

George W. Richardson, 25 May 1864

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