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

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in Part 1 (Serial Number 87) (Broadfoot Supplement)

Image of Official Records, Volume XLII, Part 1 and Broadfoot Supplement to the ORs, Volume 7SOPO 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. 422-425. 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 XLII, Pt. 1.  The latter volume focuses on the Richmond-Petersburg Campaign, aka The Siege of Petersburg, from August 1 to December 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.

August 1-December 31, 1864.—The Richmond, Virginia, Campaign.1

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

 

  • Report of Lieutenant-Colonel Arthur Russell Curtis, Twentieth Massachusetts, of the loss of colors during the Richmond, Virginia, campaign, August 25, 1864. ….. 427

 

  • Report of Lieutenant Andrew Knox, First Connecticut Heavy Artillery, of encounter at Petersburg, Virginia, December 28, 1864. ….. 429

 

  • Extract of report of Surgeon William Radcliffe De Witt, Jr., U.S. Volunteers, of Division Hospital operations, November, 1864. ….. 429

 

  • Postwar statement of Brigadier-General Joseph Hayes, U. S. Army, of operations on the Weldon Railroad, August 18, 1864. ….. 431

 

  • Report of Colonel Charles Shiels Wainwright, First New York Light Artillery, of operations of the Fifth Corps in the vicinity of Petersburg and Hatcher’s Run, Virginia, August-October, 1864. ….. 435

 

  • Report of Captain John R. Ross, Eighty-fourth Pennsylvania Volunteers, of encounters at Peebles’ Farm, September 30-October 5, 1864. ….. 439

 

  • Report of Colonel John Lord Otis, Tenth Connecticut, of operations around New Market Road, Virginia, October 1, 1864. ….. 441

 

  • Report of Colonel John Lord Otis, Tenth Connecticut, of engagement near Four-Mile Creek, Virginia, October 7 1864. ….. 442

 

  • Excerpt from diary of Brigadier-General August Valentine Kautz, U. S. Army, December 6-12, 1864. …. 443

 

  • Postwar account of Sergeant William Hankins Welch, Seventh Carolina Cavalry, C. S. Army, of the Battle of Johnson’s Farm, Darbytown Road, Virginia, October 7 1864. ….. 445

 

  • Extract from the Journal of Brigadier-General Edward Porter Alexander, C. S Army, of the events at Chaffin’s Farm and Darbytown Road, Virginia, August 15-December 10, 1864.

 

  • Report of Captain John T. Wingfield, Eleventh Georgia Artillery, of operations of artillery (Company C), September-November 1864. ….. 450

 

  • Newspaper account of demonstrations at Richmond and Deep Bottom, Virginia, August 13-20, 1864. ….. 453

 

  • Journal of William Harvey, Company H, Eighteenth Virginia Infantry, of troop movement and battles, November 17-December 1, 1864. ….. 457

 

  • Journal of Major-General Bushrod Rust Johnson, C. S. Army, August 1-December 14, 1864. ….. 459

 

  • Letter of Colonel Dudley McIver DuBose, Fifteenth Georgia Infantry, of the Richmond, Virginia, campaign, September 29, 1864. ….. 462

 

  • Account of Colonel Hector McAllester McKethan, Fifty-first North Carolina, of Confederate assault on Fort Harrison, Virginia, September 30, 1864. ….. 465

 

  • Report of Brigadier-General George Hume Steuart, C. S. Army, on the Richmond, Virginia, campaign, November 17, 1864. ….. 467

 

  • Report of Captain James Gilmer Harris, Seventh North Carolina Troops, C. S. Army, of the Battle of Reams’ Station, Virginia, August 25, 1864. ….. 468

 

  • Report of Captain William J. Callais, Thirty-third North Carolina, C. S. Army, on the Battle of Reams’ Station, Virginia, August 25, 1864. ….. 470

 

  • Postwar account of Brigadier-General Nathaniel Harrison Harris, C. S. Army, of the Battle of Burgess’ Mill, Virginia, October 27, 1864. ….. 471

 

  • Report of Major-General Henry Heth, C. S. Army, on the Battle of Reams’ Station, Virginia, August 26, 1864. ….. 473

 

  • Report of Major-General Henry Heth, C. S. Army, on the Battle of Burgess’ Mill, Virginia, October 27, 1864. ….. 479

 

  • Report of Major-General Henry Heth, C. S. Army, of the engagement at Jarratt’s Station, Virginia, December 10, 1864. ….. 487

 

  • Report of Captain James Gilmer Harris, Seventh North Carolina Regiment, of operations around Fussell’s Mill, Virginia, July 28, 1864. ….. 488

 

  • Report of Captain James Gilmer Harris, Seventh North Carolina Report of Colonel William Lee Davidson, Seventh North Carolina Regiment, on operations, August 18, 1864. ….. 490

 

  • Report of Colonel William Lee Davidson, Seventh North Carolina Regiment, on the Battle of Pegram’s Farm, Virginia, September 30-October 6, 1864. ….. 490

 

  • Report of Captain Benjamin Franklin Rinaldi, Eighteenth North Carolina Regiment, of the engagement at Reams’ Station, Virginia, August 25, 1864. ….. 492

 

  • Report of Lieutenant-Colonel John Wright McGill, Eighteenth North Carolina Regiment, of the engagement at Fussell’s Mill, Virginia, August 18, 1864. ….. 493

 

  • Report of Lieutenant-Colonel John Wright McGill, Eighteenth North Carolina Regiment, of operations near Jones’ Farm, Virginia, September 30 and October 1, 1864. ….. 494

 

  • Report of Major Thomas Jones Wooten, Eighteenth North Carolina Regiment, of the engagement at Peebles’ Farm, Virginia, September 30, 1864. ….. 496

 

  • Report of Major Samuel Neel Stowe, Twenty-eighth North Carolina Regiment, of the engagement at Reams’ Station, Virginia, August 25, 1864. ….. 498

 

  • Report of Captain Edward F. Lovill, Twenty-eighth North Carolina Regiment, of the engagement at Fussell’s Mill, Virginia, August 18-September 20, 1864. ….. 499

 

  • Report of Captain Gold Griffin Holland, Twenty-eighth North Carolina Regiment, of the campaign around Petersburg, Virginia, September 30, 1864. ….. 500

 

  • Report of Colonel Robert V. Cowan, Thirty-third North Carolina Regiment, of the engagement at Jones’ House, Virginia, September 30, 1864. ….. 502

 

  • Report of Major Jackson Lafayette Bost, Thirty-Seventh North Carolina Regiment, of the engagement at Fussell’s Mill, Virginia, August 18, 1864. ….. 503

 

  • Report of Major Jackson Lafayette Bost, Thirty-Seventh North Carolina Regiment, of the engagement at Reams’ Station, Virginia, August 25, 1864. ….. 504

 

  • Report of Major Jackson Lafayette Bost, Thirty-seventh North Carolina Regiment, of the engagement at Jones, House, Virginia, September 30, 1864. ….. 505

 

  • Report of Brigadier-General Samuel McGowan, C. S. Army, on the Battle of Reams Station, Virginia, August 25, 1864. ….. 506

 

  • Report of Colonel Joel R. Griffin, Sixty-second Georgia Cavalry, of the action in the Richmond, Virginia, Campaign, October 2, 1864. ….. 510

 

  • Excerpt from memorandum of Major James Dugue Ferguson, Assistant Adjutant-General, staff of Fitzhugh Lee, C. S. Army, on the Richmond, Virginia, campaign, September 19-October 3, 1864. ….. 512

 

  • Report of Major Roger Preston Chew, C. S. Army, of operations of the Horse Artillery in Virginia, June 29, 1864. ….. 518

 

  • Report of Major Roger Preston Chew, C. S. Army, of operations around Burgess’ Mill, Virginia, October 27, 1864. ….. 519

 

  • Excerpt of report of Major Roger Preston Chew, C. S. Army, of operations in the Richmond, Virginia, Campaign, July 1-December 7, 1864. ….. 520

 

  • Report of Captain William Morrell McGregor of McGregor’s Battery, C. S. Army, of the Richmond, Virginia, campaign, July-December 1864. ….. 523

 

  • Letter of Master’s Mate Lorenzo D. Pitt, C. S. Navy, on the loss of the Albemarle, October 27, 1864. ….. 526 [MISFILED?]

 

Source:

 

Source:

  1. Supplement to the Official Records of the Union and Confederate Armies, Part I, Reports, Vol. 7, pp. 422-425

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Lisa Fulton April 2, 2021 at 12:14 pm

This is a great resource. Do you happen to know if these volumes could be borrowed through inter-library loan?

Brett Schulte April 2, 2021 at 3:43 pm

Lisa,

Yes they are! I am not positive about ILL, but if you go to the WorldCat site they usually list all of the libraries near you which contain copies. I have more around me than I would have thought.

Brett

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