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Second Lieut. John J. Ferris, in command Co. F.
Co. G.Capt. C. M. Merritt, on detached service, at General Martindale's headquarters, Washington.
First Lieut. Dudley C. Mumford, in command Co. G.
Co. H.Second Lieut. Charles S. Palmer, in command Co. H.
Co. I.Capt. Jonathan F. Plympton, performing duties of field officer.
First Lieut. J. G. B. Adams, absent wounded in Massachusetts.
First Lieut. William Stone, transferred to Invalid Corps, S. O. 173, Headquarters Second Corps, July 28, 1863.


By conscripts from depot,163
Recruits required to fill quota,497

died as result of wounds received in action:

Co. B.Private William H. Bean, Antietam.
Co. E.Corporal Charles A. Johnson, in Gen. Hospital, West Philadelphia, Aug. 21. 1863.
Co. H.Private Thomas Bridges, Antietam.
Corporal Benjamin H. Atkins, Jr., Gettysburg, July 3.
Private Jeremiah Y. Wells, Gettysburg, July 14.
Co. I.Private George P. Ham, in McDougal Hospital, Fort Schuyler, August 21, 1863.

On August 31, the Nineteenth Massachusetts regiment formed the advance of a reconnoissance by the Second Corps to near Falmouth, relieving the cavalry at that point that they might be enabled to capture the gunboats Reliance and Satellite, then in the Rappahannock near its mouth. The regiment was absent on this duty for three days and then returned to its camp at Morrisville, where many of its members rejoined it, having returned from hospitals and detached service.

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