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1863 Report

The TENTH REGIMENT has been stationed, during the most of the year, near Poolesville, Maryland, performing picket duty on the Upper Potomac, brigaded with the 39th Massachusetts, the 14th New Hampshire and the 23d Maine. Col. Jewett has been in command of the brigade most of the time, and the command of the regiment has devolved upon Lieut. Col. Henry. Capt. Charles G. Chandler, of Company I, was appointed Major, to date from Oct. 17, 1862, to fill the vacancy occasioned by the previous promotion of Lieut. Col. Henry. During the invasion of Maryland and Pennsylvania by the rebel forces, this regiment was attached to the Third Army Corps, and is now serving, in that Corps, with the Army of the Potomac.

The Roster of the Commissioned Officers of the regiment, at the present time, is as follows:-

//Pending//

The casualties among enlisted men, reported since Nov. 1, 1862, have been as follows:--Died 65, Discharged 58, Transferred to Invalid Corps 5.

The following Table shows the station and condition of the regiment at the several dates specified.

(see Legend, below)

TENTH REGIMENT.

ABCDEFGH
Nov 1 62Seneca Locks99689897  1
Dec 1 62Offut's Cross Roads, Md.98287999  4
Jan. 1, 63White's Ford, Md.95887580  2
Jan. 31 63do934838894 3
Feb. 28 63do928840796 3
April 1, 63do9178247410 9
April. 30, 63do906836626 2
May. 31 63Poolesville, Md.896833572 4
July 31 63Warrenton, Virginia891797811 12
Sept 15 63Sulphur Springs, Va.86475697731

Legend:

A - Date
B - Station
C - Aggregate
D - On Duty
E - Sick
F - Absent with Leave
G - Absent without Leave
H - In arrest or confinement

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