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Thirteen guns, thirty-nine colors, upwards of 15,000 stand of small arms, and more than 6,00C prisoners, were the trophies of the Army of the Potomac from the battles of South Mountain, Crampton's Gap and Antietam, while not a single gun or color was lost during these battles.

Official list of casualties in the Nineteenth
Massachusetts regiment at the battle
of Antietam, September 17, 1862.

killed in action or died of wounds:

Co. C.Captain George W. Bachelder.
Co. B.Private John L. Foss.
Private Joseph H. Pearson.
Co. D.Corporal Clarence I. Tucker.
Private William B. Wright.
Co. E.Corporal John C. Foss.
Private Horace Graves.
Private Dennis Barry.
Private Patrick Hurley.
Co. F.Private Martin Lyons.
Co. G.Private Francis Cassidy.
Private James J. Hayes.
Private Peter Collins.
Co. I.Sergeant Edward Leach.
Private Alexander Grant.
Total 1 officer, 14 men.


Colonel Edward W. Hinks, arm and body, severely.
Lieut. Col. Arthur F. Devereux, wrist, slight.
Major Edmund Rice, thigh.
Co. A.Sergeant Isaac N. Adams (since died).
Corporal Gorham Coffin, slight.
Private William W. Holmes, shoulder.
Private Oliver S. Rundlett, breast, severe.
Private Samuel A. Hall, hand.
Private Everett Carlton, arm.
Private Daniel W. Spofford, leg.
Private George W. Palmer, shoulder.

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