|June 11||The 19th Georgia Infantry Regiment was organized for the duration of the war under the command of Colonel William W. Boyd, Lieutenant Colonel Thomas C. Johnson and Major Andrew J. Hutchins.|
|July||The regiment was moved to Lynchburg where it was badly hurt by a measles epidemic that was ravaging the camps.|
|September-October||Assigned to the Army of the Kanawha|
|November||Lieutenant James Chambers resigned and went home. When he was conscripted in June of 1862 he hid in the woods for six months until captured and imprisoned. He was released in May of 1865.|
|January-March||Assigned to Hampton’s Brigade, Whiting’s Command, Potomac District, Department of Northern Virginia|
|January 12||Colonel Boyd resigned due to rheumatism.|
|February 16||Captain James Beall resigned due to disability.|
|March-June||Assigned to Hampton’s Brigade, Whiting’s Division, Army of Northern Virginia. The regiment reported 395 effectives.|
|June||Assigned to Archer’s Brigade, A.P. Hill’s Division, Army of Northern Virginia|
|June 25-July 1||
Seven Days Battles
The regiment suffered 32 men killed and 157 wounded. Lieutenant Colonel Thomas C. Johnson was killed at Mechanicsville while commanding the regiment. Captain Augustus Black of Company F was killed at Seven Pines.
Battle of Mechanicsville
Lieutenant Colonel Johnson was killed. Major Hutchins was promoted to lieutenant colonel and Captain James H. Neal of Company B was promoted to major. Captain John Beale of Company H was wounded and would retire to lead state troops. Lieutenant George Cranford of Company C was wounded and would resign due to disability.
Battle of Malvern Hill
Lieutenant Francis Stovall was mortally wounded.
|June-July||Assigned to Archer’s Brigade, A.P. Hill’s Division, Longstreet’s Command, Army of Northern Virginia|
|May 7||Eltham’s Landing|
|July-January||Assigned to Archer’s Brigade, A.P. Hill’s Division, Jackson’s Command, Army of Northern Virginia|
Battle of Cedar Mountain
Lieutenant John A. Richardson of Company C was wounded.
|August 10||Lieutenant C.C. Seavey died in hospital in Richmond.|
|August 16||Captain Frank Johnston assumed command of the regiment, which marched to Locust Grove and bivouacked.|
|August 20||Resumed the march|
|August 26||Reached Manassas Junction and engaged the enemy, destroying the railroad bridge over Bull Run|
|August 27||Marched to Centreville and across Bull Run, moving to railroad cut.|
Captain Frank M. Johnston of Company A commanded the regiment as senior officer. The 19th Georgia supported Braxton’s Battery, then returned to railroad cut, engaging the enemy until dark. Captain Dennis Myers of Company B was wounded and disabled. Lieutenant Francis Wilds of Company I was killed.
|August 30||Marched to Fairfax Court House|
|August 31||Stationed on the left of the division, moved up to the battlefield.|
|September 2||Resumed the march north|
|September 4||Major Neal returned to the regiment and assumed command as the regiment marched from Chantilly to Leesburg.|
|September 6||Crossed the Potomac|
|September 7||Went into bivouac near Frederick, Maryland.|
|September 11-14||Marched to Williamsport, crossed the Potomac into Virginia, then continued to Martinsburg and Harpers Ferry.|
The regiment lost one man killed and three men wounded from artillery fire.
|September 14||Drove in Union pickets and took up siege positions|
|September 15||Began to advance on Union positions when the Harpers Ferry garrison was surrendered|
|September 16||Passed paroled prisoners across the Potomac|
The regiment was commanded by Major James H. Neal. It marched to Sharpsburg and arrived in the afternoon around 4 pm, attacking the Union right. Although exposed to heavy musketry charging across a field of standing corn and another freshly plowed field, it succeeded in driving the enemy from behind a stone wall and holding that position against a counterattack. The regiment lost 13 killed and 76 wounded. Captain Tilghman of Company G was wounded in the leg.
|September 18||Remained behind the stone wall under heavy picket fire, then withdrew after dark across the Potomac to Virginia. Major Neal turned command of the regiment over to Captain Johnston.|
Skirmished with Union forces trying to force a crossing of the Potomac.
|September 21||Marched to near Martinsburg and bivouaced at Camp Branch.|
|September 23||Major Neal returned to the regiment and resumed command.|
|October 1||Lieutenant Colonel Hutchins rejoined the regiment and assumed command.|
|October 3||Captain John Chambers of Company I resigned due to failing health.|
|November 3||Castleman’s Ferry|
The regiment suffered almost 200 casualties. Captain Frank Johnston of Company A and Captain James D. Hunter of Company D were wounded and disabled. Lieutenant Peter Fenlo of Company B and Lieutenant John R. Selfridge of Company G were mortally wounded. Lieutenant W.J. Bridges of Company D was mortally wounded. Lieutenant W.T. Stallings of Companny D was wounded.
|January-May||Assigned to Colquitt’s Brigade, D.H. Hill’s Division, 2nd Corps, Army of Northern Virginia. The regiment had been the sole Georgia regiment in Archer’s Brigade, and Jefferson Davis was strongly encouraged a policy of all the regiments in a brigade being from the same state.|
|January 12||Colonel Boyd resigned. Lieutenant Colonel Hutchins was promoted to colonel, Major Neal was promoted to lieutenant colonel and Captain John W. Hooper of Company K was promoted to major.|
The regiment lost 3 men killed and 40 wounded. Lieutenant John A. Richardson of Company C was wounded.
|May-July||Assigned to Colquitt’s Brigade, Department of South Carolina.|
|June 23||Major John Hooper resigned due to disability.|
|July-October||Assigned to 1st Sub-division, 1st Military District of South Carolina, Department of South Carolina, Georgia and Florida|
|July 16||Grimball’s Landing on James Island|
|August 20||Colonel Hutchins resigned. Lieutenant Colonel Neal was promoted to colonel and Captain Flynt Tilghman of Company G was promoted to lieutenant colonel.|
|October||Assigned to Colquit’s Brigade, Western Division, 7th Military District of South Carolina, Department of South Carolina, Georgia and Florida|
|January-February||Assigned to Colquit’s Brigade, 7th Military District of South Carolina, Department of South Carolina, Georgia and Florida|
|February||Assigned to Colquit’s Brigade, District of East Florida, Department of South Carolina, Georgia and Florida|
Battle of Olustee
The regiment suffered 6 killed and 88 wounded. Lieutenant William Johnson of Company C was killed.
|February-May||Assigned to District of Forida, Department of South Carolina, Georgia and Florida|
|May||Assigned to Colquit’s Brigade, Colquit’s Division, Department of North Carolina and Southern Virginia|
|May 19||Captain Miles Edwards of Company H resigned to assume his position in the Geotgia State Legislature.|
|May-October||Assigned to Colquit’s Brigade, Hoke’s Division, Department of North Carolina and Southern Virginia|
Battle of Drewry’s Bluff
Lieutenant John A. Richardson of Company C was wounded for the third time.
Captain Baylor Elliott of Company G was killed.
|September 21||Lieutenant Colonel Tilghman was retired to the Invalid Corps. Captain Hogan B. Ridgway of Company C was promoted to lieutenant colonel. Captain William F. Hamilton of Company F was promoted to major. Lieutenant John A. Richardson of Company C was promoted to captain.|
|September 29-30||Fort Harrison|
|October-December||Assigned to Colquit’s Brigade, Hoke’s Division, 4th Corps, Army of Northern Virginia|
|December||Assigned to Colquit’s Brigade, Hoke’s Division, Department of North Carolina.|
2nd Battle of Fort Fisher
|March-April||Assigned to Colquit’s Brigade, Hoke’s Division, Hardee’s Corps|
Battle of Bentonville
Colonel Neal was killed.
|April||Assigned to Colquit’s Brigade, Hoke’s Division, 1st Corps, Army of Tennessee|
The 19th Georgia Infantry was surrendered by General Joseph Johnston.