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

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in Part 1 (Serial Number 95) (Broadfoot Supplement)

Image of Official Records, Volume XLVI, 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. 697-702. 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 XLVI, Pt. 1.  The latter volume focuses on the Richmond-Petersburg Campaign, aka The Siege of Petersburg, from January 1 to April 9, 1865. Please note THIS IS ONLY A LIST.  I DO NOT HAVE ACCESS TO THESE REPORTS! It is provided as a courtesy to researchers.

January 1-April 9, 1865.—The Richmond, Virginia, Campaign.1

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

 

  • Journal of Brigadier-General August Valentine Kautz, U. S. Army, April 2-9, 1865. ….. 705

 

  • Report of Major George Ager, First Connecticut Heavy Artillery, of the assault on Fort Stedman, Virginia, March 25, 1865. ….. 708

 

  • Report of Lieutenant Andrew Knox, First Connecticut Artillery, Battery No. 20, of artillery action at Petersburg, Virginia, February 25, 1865. ….. 709

 

  • Extract of report of Surgeon William Radcliffe De Witt, U. S. Volunteers, of division hospital operations during the Richmond, Virginia, campaign, January-April 1865. ….. 709

 

  • Unsigned report from the Seventh Wisconsin Infanttry on the Battle of Hatcher ‘s Run, Virginia, February 6-7, 1865. ….. 711

 

  • Journal of William Harvey, Company H, Eighteenth Virginia Infantry, of troop movement and battles, January 17-April 6, 1865. ….. 713

 

  • Postwar account of Brigadier-General Nathaniel Harrison Harris, C. S. Army, of the battle of Hatcher’s Run, Virginia, February 6, 1865. ….. 717

 

  • Postwar supplemental report of Major Jedediah Hotchkiss, Topographical Engineer, of operations, January 1-April 12, 1865. ….. 732 [Some Petersburg-related content]

 

  • Journal of Major-General Bushrod Rust Johnson, C. S. Army, March 15-April 16, 1865. ….. 744

 

  • Report of Major Conway Robinson Howard, Engineers Department, C. S. Army, of engineering plans for batteries in the vicinity of Petersburg, Virginia, February-March 1865. ….. 749

 

  • Account of Colonel Augustus Forsberg, Fifty-first Virginia Infantry, on operations in and around Petersburg, Virginia, February 1865. ….. 751

 

 

MARCH 20-APRIL 9, 1865.— The Appomattox, Virginia, Campaign.

 

  • Report of Captain Charles E. Stubbs, Second Maine Battery, of operations during the Appomattox, Virginia, campaign, March 29-April 9, 1865. ….. 752

 

  • Report of Captain Ezekiel R. Mayo, Third Maine Battery, of operations during the Appomattox, Virginia, campaign, March 29-April 9, 1865. ….. 753

 

  • Report of Captain Charles W. White, Fourth Maine Battery, on operations in Virginia, March 29-April 9, 1865. ….. 753

 

  • Report of Lieutenant William H. Rogers, Sixth Maine Battery, on operations during the Appomattox, Virginia, campaign, March 29-April 9, 1865. ….. 754

 

  • Report of Captain Joseph W. B. Wright, Fourteenth Massachusetts Artillery, of operations during the Appomattox, Virginia, campaign, March 29-April 9, 1865. ….. 755

 

  • Report of Captain Stephen W. Dorsey, First Ohio Light Artillery, of operations during the Appomattox, Virginia, campaign, April 1-3, 1865. ….. 756

 

  • Report of Captain John F. Campbell, First Pennsylvania Light Artillery, on operations during the Appomattox, Virginia, campaign, March 29-April 9, 1865. ….. 757

 

  • Report of Lieutenant Ezra K. Parker, First Rhode Island Light Artillery, on operations during the Appomattox, Virginia, campaign, April 1-3, 1865. ….. 758

 

  • Report of Lieutenant Ezra K. Parker, First Rhode Island Light Artillery, of operations during the Appomattox, Virginia, campaign, March 29-April 3, 1865. ….. 759

 

  • Report of Captain Romeo H. Start, Third Vermont Battery Volunteers, on operations during the Appomattox, Virginia, campaign, March 29-April 3, 1865. ….. 760

 

  • Report of Brevet Brigadier-General Joseph Eldridge Hamblin, Sixty-fifth New York Infantry, commanding Second Brigade, First Division, Sixth Corps, in the operations in front of Fort Sedgwick, Virginia, April 2, 1865. ….. 762

 

  • Report of Brevet Major George Breck, Battery L, First New York Light Artillery, of action during the Appomattox, Virginia, campaign, March 30-April 2, 1865. ….. 764

 

  • Postwar account of Colonel Thomas Mann Randolph Talcott, C. S. Engineer Troops, of events at Appomattox, Virginia, April 3, 1865. ….. 765

 

  • Report of Brigadier-General Walter Husted Stevens, C. S. Army, of the campaign leading to Appomattox Court-House, Virginia, April 2-9, 1865. ….. 767

 

  • Postwar extract of abstract report of Captain Thomas Jewett Goree, C. S. Army, of Lieutenant-General James Longstreet’s staff, of events at Appomattox, Virginia April 9, 1865. ….. 769

 

  • Account of Brigadier-General Henry Lewis Benning, C. S. Army, on the campaign leading to Appomattox Court-House, Virginia, April 1865. ….. 771

 

  • Report of Lieutenant-Colonel Briscoe Gerard Baldwin, C. S. Army, on the ordnance moved at Petersburg, Virginia, April 2-8, 1865. ….. 773

 

  • Report of Lieutenant-General James Longstreet, C. S. Army, of the Appomattox, Virginia, campaign, April 1-11, 1865. ….. 775

 

  • Report of Major General George Edward Pickett, C. S. Army, on the Battle of Five Forks, Virginia, April 1, 1865. ….. 778

 

  • Postwar account of Brigadier-General Joseph Brevard Kershaw, C. S. Army, on the Appomattox, Virginia, campaign, April 1865. ….. 786

 

  • Postwar account of Lieutenant-Colonel John Cheves Haskell, C. S. Army, on the Appomattox, Virginia, campaign, April 1865. ….. 787

 

  • Postwar account of Major-General John Brown Gordon, C. S. Army, of events at Appomattox, Virginia, April 9, 1865. ….. 793

 

  • Report of Major-General John Brown Gordon, C. S. Army, of the Apppomattox, Virginia, campaign. ….. 794

 

  • Report of Major-General Bryan Grimes, C. S. Army, of operations at Appomattox, Virginia, campaign, April 8-9, 1865. ….. 799

 

  • Report of John Willis Lea, Fifth North Carolina Infantry, of operations around Hatcher’s Run, Virginia, February 5-6, 1865. …..803

 

  • Communique of Lieutenant-Colonel Charles Edward Lightfoot, C. S. Army, of operations near Appomattox, Virginia, April 8, 1865. ….. 809

 

  • Report of Major-General Henry Heth, C. S. Army, of the engagements at Sutherland’s Station and Appomattox, Virginia, April 1-11, 1865. ….. 810

 

  • Report of Lieutenant-Colonel Eric Erson, Fifty-Second North Carolina, on the Appomattox, Virginia, campaign, April 1-11, 1865. ….. 812

 

  • Report of Brigadier-General John Rogers Cooke, C. S. Army, on the Appomattox, Virginia, campaign, April 2, 1865. ….. 813

 

  • Diary of Captain John Franklin Heitman, Forty-eighth North Carolina Infantry, of operations at Appomattox, Virginia, campaign, April 4-15, 1865. ….. 815

 

  • Report of Brigadier-General William McComb, C. S. Army, on the Appomattox, Virginia, campaign, April 1865. ….. 816

 

  • Postwar account of Lieutenant-General Richard Heron Anderson, C. S. Army, of operations of Johnson’s and Hoke’ s Division, October 19, 1864-April 8, 1865. ….. 817

 

  • Report of Major-General William Mahone, C. S. Army, of the engagement at Cumberland Church, Virginia, April 3-11, 1865. ….. 822

 

  • Postwar account of Captain Herman Humphries Perry, Sorrel’s Brigade, C. S. Army, of the surrender at Appomattox, Virginia, April 9, 1865. ….. 823

 

  • Extract of abstract report of the Fauquier Artillery, commanded by Captain Robert Mackey Stribling, at Appomattox Court-House, Virginia, April 1865. ….. 827

 

  • Report of Major-General Fitzhugh Lee, C. S. Army, on the troops strength of the Cavalry Corps, March 27, 1865. ….. 828

 

  • Postwar account of Adjutant Robert Thruston Hubard, Jr., Third Virginia Cavalry, C. S. Army, on the skirmish near Five Forks, Virginia, March 30, 1865. ….. 829

 

  • Report of Major General William Henry Fitzhugh Lee, C. S. Army, on engagement at Dinwiddie Court-House, Virginia, March 1865. ….. 833

 

  • Recollections of Captain William Wilson Chamberlaine, First Corps Artillery, C. S. Army, on the Battle of Amelia Court-House, Virginia, April 5-9, 1865. ….. 835

 

Source:

  1. Supplement to the Official Records of the Union and Confederate Armies, Part I, Reports, Vol. 7, pp. 697-702

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