Index of Richmond-Petersburg Campaign Reports in Broadfoot’s Supplement to the Official Records (OR Vol. XL)

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in Part 1 (Serial Number 80) (Broadfoot Supplement)

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SOPO Editor’s Note: This is a listing of the reports published in Broadfoot Publishing’s Supplement to the Official Records of the Union and Confederate Armies, Part I, Reports, Vol. 7, pp. 212-216. If these reports had been found in time they would have been included in The Official Records of the Union and Confederate Armies in the War of the Rebellion, Volume XL, Pt. 1.  The latter volume focuses on the Richmond-Petersburg Campaign, aka The Siege of Petersburg, from June 13 to July 31, 1864. Please note THIS IS ONLY A LIST.  I DO NOT HAVE ACCESS TO THESE REPORTS! It is provided as a courtesy to researchers.

June 13-July 31, 1864.—The Richmond, Virginia, Campaign.1

Note: These reports belong with those in the Officials Records, Volume XL, Part 1.

 

  • Excerpt from report appended to the diary of First Lieutenant Edmund D. Halsey, Fifteenth New Jersey Volunteers, of the Richmond, Virginia, campaign, June 1[3]-July 10, 1864. ….. 217

 

  • Extract from a report by Surgeon Roger Williams Pease, U. S. Volunteers, on the operations of the Cavalry Corps of the Army of the Potomac, June 19-26, 1864. ….. 218

 

  • Excerpt of report of Colonel John Coldwell Tidball, Fourth New York Heavy Artillery, of operations around Petersburg, Virginia, June 12-July 2, 1864. ….. 219

 

  • Journal of Lieutenant-Colonel Thomas R. Allcock, Fourth New York Heavy Artillery, of the Richmond, Virginia, Campaign, June 13-[30], 1864. ….. 223

 

  • Report of Captain Edwin Barlow Dow, Sixth Maine Battery, of operations in the Richmond, Virginia, campaign, June 13-30, 1864. ….. 224

 

  • Excerpt from report of Captain John E. Burton, Eleventh New York Battery, of casualties from the Rapidan River to the James River, June 17-24, 1864. …. 225

 

  • Report of Lieutenant Aaron F. Walcott, Third Massachusetts Light Artillery, of operations in the Richmond, Virginia, campaign, June 13-July 30, 1864. ….. 226

 

  • Report of Captain Charles Appleton Phillips, Fifth Massachusetts Light Artillery, of operations, June 18-July [30], 1864. ….. 227

 

  • Report of Captain John Bigelow, Ninth Massachusetts Artillery, of operations from June 13-July 30, 1864. ….. 229

 

  • Report of Lieutenant James Stewart, Fourth United States Artillery [Battery B], of operations in the Richmond, Virginia, campaign, June 6-July 30, 1864. ….. 230

 

  • Report of Lieutenant William Edward Van Reed, Fifth United States Artillery, Battery D, of artillery operations in the Richmond, Virginia, campaign, June 13-July 30, 1864. ….. 231

 

  • Report of Captain Patrick Hart, Fifteenth New York Independent Light Battery, of operations in the Richmond, Virginia, campaign, June 12-July 13, 1864. ….. 232

 

  • Report of Brigadier-General Edward Ferrero, U. S. Army, of actions during the Richmond, Virginia, campaign, May 4-November 1, 1864. ….. 233

 

  • Report of Colonel James Harvey Kidd, Sixth Michigan Cavalry, of the Richmond, Virginia, campaign, June-July 1864. ….. 234

 

  • Report of Lieutenant-Colonel Alvin Coe Voris, Sixty-seventh Ohio Infantry, on Bermuda Hundred, Virginia, June 16, 1864. ….. 235

 

  • Journal of Brigadier-General August Valentine Kautz, U. S. Army, June 13-July 31, 1864. ….. 237

 

  • Journal of Lieutenant William C. Miller, First Pennsylvania Artillery, of the part taken by Battery B, First Pennsylvania Artillery during the Richmond, Virginia, campaign, June 13-[30] 1864. ….. 247

 

  • Report of Captain George B. Easterly, Fourth Wisconsin Horse Artillery, of action during the Richmond, Virginia, campaign, June [4]-July [31] 1864. ….. 248

 

  • Report of Lieutenant-General Richard Heron Anderson, C. S. Army, while temporarily assigned to the operations of Longstreet’s Corps, [June 13-October 19] 1864. ….. 249

 

  • Account of Colonel William Wallace, Second South Carolina, on Petersburg, Virginia, June[-December], 1864. ….. 261

 

  • Extract from the journal of Brigadier-General Edward Porter Alexander, C. S. Army, on the Richmond, Virginia, campaign, June 13-3[0], 1864. ….. 262

 

  • Statement of Captain Henry G. Flanner, Flanner’s North Carolina Artillery, of the Battle of the Crater, Petersburg, Virginia, July [30], 1864. ….. 263

 

  • Report of Major Roger Preston Chew, C. S. Army, of operations of the Horse Artillery in Virginia, June 20-23, 1864. ….. 264

 

  • Journal of William Harvey, Company H, Eighteenth Virginia Infantry, of troop movement and battles in the Richmond, Virginia, campaign, June 13-[25], 1864. ….. 265

 

  • Extract of diary of Captain John Franklin Heitman, Forty-eighth North Carolina, John Rogers Cooke’s Brigade, Army of Northern Virginia, July 1-[29], 1864. ….. 266

 

  • Newspaper account of Lieutenant Thomas Watkin Lindsay, Forty-ninth North Carolina, of engagement at Staunton River Bridge, Virginia, June 25, 1864. ….. 268

 

  • Excerpt from article by Captain John Willis Lewis, Confederate States Artillery, on Staunton River Bridge, Virginia, June 24, 1864. ….. 269

 

  • Excerpt from journal of Major-General Bushrod Rust Johnson, C. S. Army, June 13-July 30, 1864. ….. 276

 

  • Report of Brigadier-General Henry Alexander Wise, C. S. Army, of operations around Petersburg, Virginia, June 15[-16], 1864. ….. 284

 

  • Report of Lieutenant Oliver D. Cooke, Twenty-fourth North Carolina Infantry, on the operations around Richmond, Virginia, June [15-July 4] 1864. ….. 287

 

  • Excerpt of report of Major Jackson Lafayette Bost, Thirty-seventh North Carolina, of the campaign in Southeast Virginia, June 15-July 27, 1864. ….. 289

 

  • Report of Captain James Gilmer Harris, Seventh North Carolina, on the skirmish at the Jerusalem Plank Road, Virginia, June 22, 1864. ….. 290

 

  • Extract of report of Lieutenant-Colonel John Wright McGill, Eighteenth North Carolina, on the operations around Petersburg, Virginia, June 13-July 2[7], 1864. ….. 291

 

  • Statement of Major Thomas Jones Wooten, Eighteenth North Carolina, of the engagement at Jerusalem plank Road, Virginia, June 22, 1864. ….. 293

 

  • Report of Lieutenant-Colonel John Wright McGill, Eighteenth North Carolina, of the engagement at [First Deep Bottom], Virginia, July 28, 1864. ….. 294

 

  • Report of Lieutenant-Colonel William Henry Asbury Speer, Twenty-eighth North Carolina, of operations during the Southeast Virginia campaign, July 28, 1864. ….. 296

 

  • Report of Lieutenant Romulus Sydenham Folger, Twenty-eighth North Carolina, of the skirmish at Jerusalem Plank Road, Virginia, June 22, 1864. ….. 297

 

  • Report of Colonel Robert Van Buren Cowan, Thirty-third North Carolina, of the skirmish at Jerusalem Plank Road, Virginia, June 22, 1864. ….. 298

 

  • Report of Major Jackson Lafayette Bost, Thirty-seventh North Carolina, of action around [First Deep Bottom], Virginia, July 28, 1864. ….. 299

 

  • Report of Captain William J. Callais, Thirty-third North Carolina, of action during the Southeast Virginia [campaign], July [28], 1864. ….. 301

 

  • Report of Major Jackson Lafayette Bost, Thirty-seventh North Carolina, of the engagement at Jerusalem Plank Road, Virginia, June 22, 1864. ….. 302

 

  • Report of Major-General Robert Frederick Hoke, C. S. Army, of operations around the Crater, Petersburg, Virginia, July 30, 1864. ….. 303

 

  • Letter of Brigadier-General Thomas Lanier Clingman, C. S. Army, of engagement at Petersburg, June 17, 1864. ….. 304

 

  • Statement of Lieutenant-Colonel Matthew Robert Hall, Forty-eighth Georgia, of engagement in the Richmond, Virginia, campaign, July 30, 1864. ….. 309

 

  • Newspaper account of the Sixty-second Georgia Cavalry, a[t] Petersburg, Virginia, June 21[-30], 1864. ….. 310

 

  • Report of Colonel Dennis Dozier Ferebee, Fourth North Carolina Cavalry, C. S. Army, of operations near Petersburg, Virginia, June [10-15] 1864. ….. 315

 

  • Postwar account of Brigadier-General Nathaniel Harrison Harris on operations during the Richmond, Virginia, campaign, June [18-August 21] 1864. ….. 317

 

  • Report of Lieutenant-Colonel John Wright McGill, Eighteenth North Carolina, during the Richmond, Virginia, campaign, June [2]-July [18] 1864. ….. 320

 

  • Report of Lieutenant-Colonel William Henry Asbury Speer, Twenty-eighth North Carolina, of operations around Southeast Virginia, June 13-July 3, 1864. ….. 322

 

  • Report of Lieutenant-Colonel Robert Van Buren Cowan, Thirty-third North Carolina Infantry, on operations in Richmond, Virginia, campaign, June 13-July [3], 1864. ….. 324

 

  • Extract from abstract report of Colonel William James Hoke, Thirty-eighth North Carolina Troops, on the Richmond, Virginia, campaign, June 14-25, 1864. …..325

 

  • Journal of Captain John T. Wingfield, Eleventh Georgia Artillery, of operations of artillery (Company C), June 13-July 31, 1864. ….. 326

 

  • Report of Major-General Henry Heth, C. S. Army, on the operations of his division in the area of Riddell’s Shop and Reams’ Station, Virginia, June [13-August 17] 1864. ….. 330

 

  • Postwar report of Major-General Fitzhugh Lee, of operations of the Cavalry Corps in Virginia, June [21]-July [31], 1864. ….. 331

 

  • Report of Brigadier-General Williams Carter Wickham, on the engagement of Reams’ Station, Virginia, June 29[-30], 1864. ….. 334

 

  • Excerpt from the diary of William Johnson Black, containing report of Captain John Jordan Shoemaker, Shoemaker’s Battery, Stuart Horse Artillery (Virginia), Fitzhugh Lee’s Cavalry, C. S. Army, of the Richmond, Virginia, Campaign, June 13-July 31, 1864. ….. 335

 

  • Report of Captain William Morrell McGregor, C. S. Army, of operations of McGregor’s Battery, Stuart’s Horse Artillery, at Petersburg, Virginia, July 1-31, 1864. ….. 336

 

  • Excerpts from memorandum of Major James Dugue Ferguson, Assistant Adjutant-General, staff of Fitzhugh Lee, C. S. Army, on the Richmond, Virginia, campaign, June 15-July 31, 1864. ….. 337

 

Source:

  1. Supplement to the Official Records of the Union and Confederate Armies, Part I, Reports, Vol. 7, pp. 212-216

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