The 11th Maryland Volunteer Infantry Regiment lost 29 men to disease in the Civil War.
|June 16||Organized at Baltimore, Md., for 100 days service|
|July 1||Moved to Monocacy Junction and attached to 3rd Separate Brigade, 8th Army Corps, Middle Department|
|Guard duty at Monocacy and Mt. Airy, Md.|
|October 1||Mustered out|
|December||The regiment was reorganized for 1 year. Company C was on detached service at Relay House on the Baltimore, & Ohio Railroad outside Baltimore, Company I was at Baltimore, and the remainder of the regiment was at Fort Delaware.|
|January||Companies A, B and C were consolidated with the 1st Eastern Shore Regiment .|
|June 15||Mustered out|