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The Civil War in Georgia
The Atlanta Campaign. May 1-September 8, 1864.

Official Records Index to Volume XXXVIII, Chapter L, Part 3, Serial No. 74

 

This index to the Official Records of the War of the Rebellion (American Civil War) covers the actions in Georgia. A detailed index is provided for each of the after action reports written by the officers with links to the reports. This index is for the volume the Official Records covering Sherman's Atlanta Campaign, May 1 - September 8, 1864. This volume is dived into in five parts.

Part I - Index to Official Reports 1 - 174
Part II - Index to Official Reports 175 - 436
Part III - Index to Official Reports 437 - 737
Part IV - Union and Confederate Correspondence, etc.
Part V - Union and Confederate Correspondence, etc.

 

Title: The War of the Rebellion: a compilation of the official records of the Union and Confederate armies.
Series 1Volume XXXVIII; Part 3 - Reports
Chapter:L - The Atlanta, Ga., Campaign. May 1-September 8, 1864.
Author: United States. War Dept., John Sheldon Moody, Calvin Duvall Cowles, Frederick Caryton Ainsworth, Robert N. Scott, Henry Martyn Lazelle, George Breckenridge Davis, Leslie J. Perry, Joseph William Kirkley
Published: Washington: Government Printing Office
Date: 1891
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437 Maj. Gen. James B. McPherson, U. S. Army, commanding Army of the Tennessee, of operations May 9, 10, 27, and 28, and July 4, 5, 18, and 21. 16
438 Maj. Gen. John A. Logan, U. S. Army, commanding Army of the Tennessee, of operations July 22. 21
439 Maj. Gen. Oliver O. Howard, U.S. Army, commanding Army of the Tennessee. 30
440 Surg. John Moore, U. S. Army, Medical Director. 50
441 Capt. Andrew Hickenlooper, Fifth Ohio Battery, Chief of Artillery, of operations July 22. 58
442 Maj. Thomas W. Osborn, First New York Light Artillery, Chief of Artillery, of operations August 3–September 8. 59
443 Capt. Chauncey B. Reese, U. S. Corps of Engineers, Chief Engineer. 63
444 Capt. William Kossak, Aide–de–Camp, in charge of pontoon train. 68
445 Capt. Ocran H. Howard, Signal Corps, U. S. Army, Chief Signal Officer. 70
446 Maj. Gen. John A. Logan, U. S. Army, commanding Fifteenth Army Corps. 84
447 Lieut. Col. Robert R. Townes, Assistant Adjutant–General and Chief of Staff, of operations July 22. 115
448 Capt. Frank G. Gillette, Provost–Marshal, of prisoners captured June 27. 118
449 Lieut. Samuel Edge, Sixteenth Ohio Infantry, Acting Signal Officer. 119
450 Maj. Gen. Peter J. Osterhaus, U. S. Army, commanding First Division, of operations May 9–July 17 and August 15–September 8. 124
451 Brig. Gen. Charles R. Woods, U. S; Army, commanding First Division, of operations July 22–28. 139
452 Brig. Gen. Charles R. Woods, U. S. Army, commanding First Brigade, of operations May 13–June 8. 141
453 Col. Milo Smith, Twenty–sixth Iowa Infantry, commanding First Brigade, of operations July 22–28 and August 23–September 2. 147
454 Col. William B. Woods, Seventy–sixth Ohio Infantry, of operations August 31–September 2. 151
455 Col. James A. Williamson, Fourth Iowa Infantry, commanding Second Brigade. 151
456 Col. William Smyth, Thirty–first Iowa Infantry, of operations May 23¬≠June 6. 159
457 Col. Hugo Wangelin, Twelfth Missouri Infantry, commanding Third Brigade, of operations May 13–16, July 22–25, and July 28–September 3. 163
458 Capt. Charles C. Bland, Thirty–second Missouri Infantry, of operations May 1–20. 169
459 Maj. Abraham J. Seay, Thirty–second Missouri Infantry, of operations May 20–September 8. 170
460 Maj. Clemens Landgraeber, Second Missouri Light Artillery, Chief of Artillery, First Division. 172
461 Brig. Gen. Morgan L. Smith, U. S. Army, commanding Second Division, of operations May 13–16 and June 27. 176
462 Brig. Gen. Joseph A. J . Lightburn, U. S. Army, commanding Second Division, of operations July 22 and August 9–16. 179
463 Brig. Gen. William B. Hazen, U. S. Army, commanding Second Division, of operations August 18–September 8. 182
464 Capt. Gordon Lofland, Assistant Adjutant–General, Second Division, of operations May 1–August 12. 185
465 Brig. Gen. Giles A. Smith, U. S. Army, commanding First Brigade, of operations May 18–June27. 190
466 Col. James S. Martin, One hundred and eleventh Illinois Infantry, commanding First Brigade, of operations July 22 and 28. 195
467 Col. Theodore Jones, Thirtieth Ohio Infantry, commanding First Brigade. 197
468 Capt. Cyrus M. Browne, Fifty–fifth Illinois Infantry, of operations June 16–September 8. 201
469 Capt. John S. Windsor, One hundred and sixteenth Illinois Infantry. 202
470 Capt. Charles Schryver, One hundred and twenty–seventh Illinois Infantry. 203
471 Lieut. Col. Delos Van Deusen, Sixth Missouri Infantry. 205
472 Lieut. Col. George H. Hildt, Thirtieth Ohio Infantry, of operations May 21–September 8. 207
473 Lieut. Col. Samuel R. Mott, Fifty–seventh Ohio Infantry. 212
474 Brig. Gen. Joseph A. J. Lightburn, U. S. Army, commanding Second Brigade, of operations May 9–June 27 and July 28. 219
475 Col. Wells S. Jones, Fifty–third Ohio Infantry, commanding Second Brigade. 223
476 Col. James S. Martin, One hundred and eleventh Illinois Infantry. 230
477 Capt. Benjamin North, Eighty–third Indiana Infantry. 237
478 Capt. Carl Moritz, Thirty–seventh Ohio Infantry. 238
479 Lieut. Col. Louis von Blessingh, Thirty–seventh Ohio Infantry, of Operations May 10–19. 242
480 Maj. Thomas T. Taylor, Forty–seventh Ohio Infantry. 243
481 Col. Augustus C. Parry, Forty–seventh Ohio Infantry, of operations May 11–20. 249
482 Lieut. Col. Robert A. Fulton, Fifty–third Ohio Infantry. 250
483 Col. Wells S. Jones, Fifty–third Ohio Infantry, of operations May 13–16. 256
484 Maj. Israel T. Moore, Fifty–fourth Ohio Infantry. 257
485 Lieut. George Echte, Second Missouri Light Artillery, commanding Battery A, First Illinois Light Artillery. 262
486 Capt. Francis De Gress, Battery H, First Illinois Light Artillery. 263
487 Brig. Gen. John E. Smith, U.S. Army, commanding Third Division, of affairs (May 17) at Madison Station, Ala., and (August 15) near Tilton, Ga. 266
488 Col. Green B. Raum, Fifty–sixth Illinois Infantry, commanding Second Brigade, of attack (May 19) on train near Bellefonte, 268
Ala., capture of train (July 5) near Tilton, Ga., combats (August 14-15) at and near Dalton, Ga., and affair (August 15) near Tilton, Ga. 268
489 Col. Adam B. Gorgas, Thirteenth Illinois Infantry, of affair (May 17) at Madison Station, Ala. 271
490 Col. Clark R. Wever, Seventeenth Iowa Infantry, of capture of train (July 5) near Tilton. Ga. 273
491 Lieut. Col Samson M. Archer, Seventeenth Iowa Infantry, of capture of train (July 5) and affair (August 15) near Tilton, Ga. 273
492 Capt. John C. Snodgrass, Seventeenth Iowa Infantry, of affair (August 15) near Tilton, Ga. 276
493 Brig. Gen. William Harrow, U. S. Army, commanding Fourth Division. 277
494 Col. Reuben Williams, Twelfth Indiana Infantry, commanding First Brigade, of operations May 16–August 3. 284
495 Col. John M. Oliver, Fifteenth Michigan Infantry, commanding First Brigade, of operations August 4–September 8. 289
496 Lieut. Col. Robert A. Gillmore, Twenty–sixth Illinois Infantry. 292
497 Maj. Edward Adams, Forty–eighth Illinois Infantry, of operations August 3–September 7. 295
498 Lieut. Col. Owen Stuart, Ninetieth Illinois Infantry, of operations May 1–August 3. 296
499 Capt.Daniel OConnor, Ninetieth Illinois Infantry, of operations August 3–September 8. 299
500 Lieut. Col. James Goodnow, Twelfth Indiana. Infantry, of operations May 1–August 3. 301
501 Col. Reuben Williams, Twelfth Indiana Infantry, of operations August 3–September 8. 306
502 Lieut. Col. John M. Berkey, Ninety–ninth Indiana Infantry, of operations August 3–September 2. 306
503 Lieut. Col Albert Heath, One hundredth Indiana Infantry. 307
504 Lieut.Col Frederick S. Hutchinson, Fifteenth Michigan Infantry, of operations August 3–September 2. 311
505 Capt. Henry L. Philips, Seventieth Ohio Infantry, of operations August 4–September 3. 312
506 Brig. Gen. Charles C. Walcutt, U. S. Army, commanding Second Brigade. 313
507 Capt. William Stewart, Fortieth Illinois Infantry, of operations June 3–September 2. 323
508 Maj. Asias Willison, One hundred and third Illinois Infantry. 325
509 Lieut. Col. George W. Wright, One hundred and third Illinois Infantry, of operations May 13–15. 328
510 Col. Rohert F. Catterson, Ninety–seventh Indiana Infantry, of operations May 1–15. 329
511 Maj. Thomas. J. Ennis, Sixth Iowa Infantry, of operations May 5–15. 330
512 Lieut. Col. Alexander J. Miller, Sixth Iowa Infantry. 332
513 Capt. Joshua W. Heath, Forty–Sixth Ohio Infantry, of operations May 1–15. 334
514 Lieut. Col. Isaac N. Alexander, Forty–sixth Ohio Infantry, of operations May 17–September 8. 336
515 Col. John M. Oliver, Fifteenth Michigan Infantry, commanding Third Brigade, of operations May 8–August 8. 340
516 Maj. Edward Adams, Forty–eighth Illinois Infantry, of operations May 6–Augllst 8. 346
517 Lieut. Col. John M. Berkey, Ninety–ninth Indiana Infantry, of operations May 6–August 3. 349
518 Lieut. Col. Frederick S. Hutchinson, Fifteenth Michigan Infantry, of operations May 6–August 3. 351
519 Maj. William B. Brown, Seventieth Ohio Infantry, of operations July 22. 355
520 Capt. Louis Love, Seventieth Ohio Infantry, of operations May 6–August 3. 356
521 Capt. Henry H. Griffiths, First Iowa Battery, Chief of Artillery, Fourth Division, of operations May 13–15 and July 20–22. 360
522 Capt. Josiah H. Burton, Battery F, First Illinois Light Artillery, of operations May 12–16, July 20–22, August 18 and 23. 362
523 Lieut. William H. Gay, First Iowa Battery, of operations May 1–15 and July 20–22. 365
524 Maj. Gen. Grenville M. Dodge, U. S. Army, commanding Left Wing, Sixteenth Army Corps, of operations April 29–August 19. 369
525 Brig. Gen. Thomas E. G. Ransom, U. S. Army, commanding Left Wing, Sixteenth Army Corps, of operations August 19–September 8. 390
526 Capt. James M. McClintock, Fifty–first Ohio Infantry, Acting Signal Officer, of operations July 22. 393
527 Lieut. William H. Sherfy, Ninety–seventh Indiana Infantry, Acting Signal Officer, of operations July 22. 394
528 Lieut. Joseph L. Shellabarger, One hundred and sixteenth Illinois Infantry, Acting Signal Officer, of operations July 22. 395
529 Brig. Gen. John M. Corse, U. S. Army, commanding Second Division. 396
530 Brig. Gen. Elliott W. Rice, U. S. Army, commanding First Brigade. 418
531 Lieut. Col. Edwin A. Bowen, Fifty–second Illinois Infantry. 425
532 Lieut. Col Roger Martin, Sixty–sixth Indiana Infantry, of operations May 14–15. 435
533 Capt. Alfred Morris, Sixty–sixth Indiana Infantry. 436
534 Maj. Thomas G. Morrison, Sixty–sixth Indiana Infantry; of operations July 22. 438
535 Capt. John A. Duckworth, Second Iowa Infantry. 439
536 Maj. Mathew G. Hamill, Second Iowa Infantry, of operations July 22. 441
537 Lieut. Col. James C. Parrott, Seventh Iowa Infantry, of operations May 14–15 and July 22. 442
538 Capt. Samuel Mahon, Seventh Iowa Infantry. 444
539 Col. Robert N. Adams, Eighty–first Ohio Infantry, commanding second Brigade. 447
540 Lieut. Col. Jesse J. Phillips, Ninth Illinois Mounted Infantry, commanding Second Brigade, of operations July 22. 450
541 Capt. Samuel T. Hughes, Ninth Illinois Mounted Infantry. 452
542 Lieut. Col. Henry Van Sellar, Twelfth Illinois Infantry. 543
543 Capt. William S. Boyd, Sixty–sixth Illinois Infantry. 456
544 Capt. William C. Henry, Eighty–first Ohio Infantry. 460
545 Lieut. Col. Robert N. Adams, Eighty–first Ohio Infantry, of operations July 22. 463
546 Col. Richard Rowett, Seventh Illinois Infantry, commanding Third Brigade. 464
547 Capt. Samuel E. Lawyer, Seventh Illinois Mounted Infantry, of capture of train (July 5) near Tilton, Ga. 466
548 Capt. Frederick Welker, Battery H, First Missouri Light Artillery, Chief of Artillery, Second Division, of operations July 22. 467
549 Lieut. Andrew T. Blodgett, Thrity–ninth Iowa Infantry, commanding Battery H, First Missouri Light Artillery. 468
550 Brig–Gen. John W. Fuller, U. S. Army, commanding Fourth Division. 474
551 Lieut. Col.Henry T. McDowell, Thirty–ninth Ohio Infantry, commanding First Brigade. 489
552 Lieut. Col. Michael W. Manning, Sixty–fourth Illinois Infantry. 491
553 Lieut. Col. Charles S. Sheldon, Eighteenth Missouri Infantry. 496
554 Lieut. Col. Mendal Churchill, Twenty–seventh Ohio Infantry, of operations July 22. 499
555 Maj. John S. Jenkins, Thirty–ninth Ohio Infantry. 500
556 Lieut. Col. Henry T. McDowell, Thirty–ninth Ohio Infantry, of operations July 22. 503
557 Brig. Gen. John W. Sprague, U. S. Army, commanding Second Brigade. 504
558 Col. John J. Cladek, Thirty–fifth New Jersey Infantry, of operations May 13–15 and July 22. 509
559 Lieut. Col. William A. Henry, Thirty–fifth New Jersey Infantry. 511
560 Col. Wager Swayne, Forty–third Ohio Infantry. 513
561 Maj. John W. Fouts, Sixty–third Ohio Infantry. 516
562 Lieut. Col. Jeremiah M. Rusk, Twenty–fifth Wisconsin Infantry. 521
563 Col. James H. Howe, Thirty–second Wisconsin Infantry, commanding Third Brigade, of skirmish (May 27) at Pond Springs, Ala. 527
564 Col. John Tillson, Tenth Illinois Infantry, commanding Third Brigade, of operations August 20–September 6. 529
565 Capt. George C. Lusk, Tenth Illinois Infantry. 531
566 Capt. James S. Wright, Twenty–fifth Indiana Infantry. 534
567 Col. Charles H. De Groat, Thirty–second Wisconsin Infantry. 535
568 Capt. George Robinson, Battery C, First Michigan Light Artillery, Chief of Artillery, Fourth Division, of operations July 22. 536
569 Lieut. Henry Shier, Battery C, First Michigan Light Artillery, of operations July 22. 536
570 Lieut. Seth M. Laird, Fourteenth Ohio Battery, of operations July 22. 538
571 Lieut. Lemuel Smith, Fifth U. S. Artillery, commanding. Battery F, Second U. S. Artillery, of operations July 22. 538
572 Maj. Gen. Frank P. Blair, jr., U. S. Army, commanding Seventeenth Army Corps. 539
573 Col. Oscar Malmborg, Fifty–fifth Illinois Infantry, Chief Engineer, of operations June 6–21. 558
574 Lieut. James R. Dunlap, Seventy–sixth Illinois Infantry, Chief Acting Signal Officer, of operations July 22. 560
575 Lieut. Clifford Stickney, Seventy–second Illinois Infantry, Acting Signal Officer, of operations July 22. 561
576 Brig. Gen. Mortimer D. Leggett, U. S. Army, commanding Third Division, of operations June 27 and July 21–22. 563
577 Brig.Gen. Charles R. Woods, U. S. Army, commanding Third Division, of operations August 23–September 8. 567
578 Col. George E. Bryant, Twelfth Wisconsin Infantry, commanding First Brigade. 569
579 Lieut. Col. Greenberry F. Wiles, Seventy–eighth Ohio Infantry, commanding Second Brigade. 572
580 Col. Adam G. Malloy, Seventeenth Wisconsin Infantry, commanding Third Brigade. 574
581 Maj. John T. Cheney, First Illinois Light Artillery, Chief of Corps Artillery, of operations July 22. 576
582 Lieut. William Justin, Battery H, First Michigan Light Artillery, of operations August 31–September 1. 577
583 Brig. Gen. Walter Q. Gresham, U. S. Army, commanding Fourth Division, of operations May 27–July 20. 577
584 Brig. Gen. Giles A. Smith, U. S. Army, commanding Fourth Division, of operations July 21–September 8. 580
585 Col. William L. Sanderson, Twenty–third Indiana, Infantry, commanding First Brigade, of operations June 27. 586
586 Col. Benjamin F. Potts, Thirty–second, Ohio Infantry, commanding First Brigade, of operations July 17–September 8. 587
587 Col. William Hall, Eleventh Iowa Infantry, commanding Third Brigade, of operations June 27 and July 5 and 22. 592
588 Col. John Shane, Thirteenth Iowa Infantry, commanding Third Brigade, of operations July 21. 596
589 Brig. Gen. William W. Belknap, U. S. Army, commanding Third Brigade, of operations July 31–September 8. 597
590 Lieut. Col. John C. Abercrombie, Eleventh Iowa Infantry, of operations July 22. 599
591 Maj. William A. Walker, Thirteenth Iowa Infantry, of operations July 21. 601
592 Col. John Shane, Thirteenth Iowa Infantry, of operations July 22 and 28. 601
593 Col. William W. Belknap, Fifteenth Iowa Infantry, of operations July 21, 22, and 28. 605
594 Lieut. Col. Addison H. Sanders, Sixteenth Iowa Infantry, of operations July 22. 608
595 Capt. Crandall W. Williams, Sixteenth Iowa Infantry, of operations July 22. 610
596 Medals of Honor awarded Union soldiers for distinguished services. 612
597 General Joseph E. Johnston, C. S. Army, commanding Army of Tennessee, of operations December 27, 1868–July 17, 1864. 612
598 General John B. Hood, C. S. Army, commanding Army of Tennessee, of operations July 18–September 6. 628
599 Organization of the Confederate Forces - April 30, 1864. 638
Organization of the Confederate Forces - June 10, 1864. 645
Organization of the Confederate Forces - June 30, 1864. 647
Organization of the Confederate Forces - July 10, 1864. 654
Organization of the Confederate Forces - July 31, 1864. 661
Organization of the Confederate Forces - August 31, 1864. 668
600 Strength of the Confederate Forces. 675
601 Casualties in the Confederate forces May 6–July 9. 686
602 Brig. Gen. Francis A. Shoup, C. S. Army, Chief of Staff, of operations July 25–September 7. 688
603 Lieut. Gen. Willia J. Hardee, C. S. Army, commanding corps. 696
604 Itinerary of Hardee´s army corps May 15–June 14. 704
605 Brig. Gen. George Maney, C. S. Army, commanding Cheatham´s division, of operations August 31. 708
606 Brig. Gen. John C. Carter, C. S. Army, commanding Cheatham´s division, of operations September 1. 712
607 Col. Ellison Capers, Twenty–fourth South Carolina Infantry, Gist´s brigade, of operations May 6–July 18 and September 1. 713
608 Maj. Gen. Patrick R. Cleburne, C. S. Army, commanding division, of operations May 7–27. 720
609 Brig. Gen. Mark P. Lowrey, C. S. Army, commanding Cleburne´s division, of operations August 31 and September 1. 726
610 Report of Capt. Aaron A. Cox, Fifth Confederate Infantry, Polks brigade, of operations July 20 - 22. 730
611 Brig. Gen. Mark P. Lowrey, C. S. Army, commanding brigade, of operations July 20–September 1. 731
612 Col. John Weir, Fifth Mississippi Infantry, commanding Lowrey´s brigade, of operations August 31 and September 1 and 2. 735
613 Brig. Gen. Daniel C. Govan, C. S. Army, commanding brigade, of operations July 22. 737
614 Col. Peter V. Green, Fifth Arkansas Infantry, commanding Govan´s brigade, of operations August 31 and September 1. 741
615 Brig. Gen. Hiram B. Granbury, C. S. Army, commanding brigade, of operations August 31 and September 1. 743
616 Brig. Gen. James A. Smith, C. S. Army, commanding brigade, of operations July 21 and 22. 746
617 Lieut. Thomas L. Flynt, Sixth Texas Infantry, commanding Sixth Texas Infantry and Fifteenth Texas Cavalry (dismounted), of operations July 20–22. 748
618 Capt. J. William. Brown, Seventh Texas Infantry, of operations July 20–22. 749
619 Capt. John A. Formwalt, Tenth Texas Infantry, of operations July 21 and 22. 750
620 Capt. William H. Perry, Eighteenth Texas Cavalry, commanding Seventeenth and Eighteenth Texas Cavalry (dismounted), of operations July 20–22. 751
621 Maj. William A. Taylor, Twenty–fourth Texas Cavalry, commanding Twenty–fourth and Twenty–fifth Texas Cavalry (dismounted), of operations July 20–22. 752
622 Lieut. Col. Cincinnatus S. Guyton, Fifty–seventh Georgia Infantry, commanding Mercer´s brigade, of operations July 22–24. 754
623 Col. Charles H. Olmstead, First Volunteer Georgia Infantry, commanding Mercer´s brigade, of operations August 2–September 1. 755
624 Col. William Barkuloo, Fifty–seventh Georgia Infantry, commanding Mercer´s brigade, of operations July 22–August 2. 758
625 Lieut. Gen. John B. Hood, C. S. Army, commanding corps, of operations May 7–July 17. 760
626 Lieut. Gen. Stephen D. Lee, C. S. Army, commanding Corps (formerly Hood´s), of operations July 27–September 19. 762
627 Brig. Gen. John C. Brown, C. S. Army, commanding Hindman´s division, of operations July 28 and 29. 767
628 Maj. Gen. Patton Anderson, C. S; Army, commanding division (formerly Hindman´s), of operations July 30– August 31. 769
629 Lieut. Col. Harry T. Toulmin, Twenty–second Alabama, Infantry, commanding Deas´ brigade, of operations July 28. 775
630 Capt. Isaac M. Whitney. Twenty–second Alabama Infantry, of operations July 28. 777
631 Capt. Napoleon B. Rouse, Twenty–fifth Alabama Infantry, of operations July 22 and 28. 778
632 Capt. Alexander J.Miller, Thirty–ninth Alabama Infantry, of operations July 22 and 28. 779
633 Capt. Archibald D. Ray, Fiftieth Alabama Infantry, of operations July 28. 780
634 Brig. Gen. Arthur M. Manigault, C. S. Army, commanding brigade, of operations July 28. 781
635 Capt. Starke H. Oliver, Twenty–fourth Alabama Infantry, of operations July 28. 783
636 Lieut. Col. William L. Butler, Twenty–eighth Alabama Infantry, of operations July 28. 784
637 Maj. John N. Slaughter, Thirty–fourth Alabama Infantry, of operations July 28. 785
638 Capt. Elijah W. Horne, Nineteenth South Carolina Infantry, of operations July 22 and 28. 787
639 Brig. Gen. Jacob H. Sharp, C. S. Army, commanding brigade, of operations July 28. 789
640 Col. William H .Bishop, Seventh Mississippi Infantry, of operations July 28. 790
641 Lieut. Col. Benjamin F. Johns, Seventh Mississippi Infantry, commanding Ninth Mississippi Infantry, of operations July 28. 791
642 Col. J. Byrd Williams, Forty–first Mississippi Infantry, of operations July 28. 792
643 Lieut. Col. R. G. Kelsey, Forty–fourth Mississippi Infantry, of operations July 28. 793
644 Lieut. J. B. Downing, Ninth Mississippi Battalion Sharpshooters, of operations July 28. 793
645 Brig. Gen. Edward C. Walthall, C. S. Army, commanding brigade, of operations May 7–20. 794
646 Brig. Gen. William F. Brantly, C. S. Army, commanding brigade (formerly Walthall´s), of operations July 28. 799
647 Col. Robert P. McKelvaine, Twenty–fourth Mississippi Infantry, commanding Twenty–fourth and Twenty–seventh Mississippi Infantry, of operations May 12–18. 800
648 Lieut. Col. William L. Lyles, Twenty–fourth Mississippi Infantry, commanding Twenty–fourth and Twenty–seventh Mississippi Infantry, of operations July 28. 802
649 Col. William F. Brantly, Twenty–ninth Mississippi Infantry, commanding Twenty–ninth and Thirtieth Mississippi Infantry, of. operations May 7–20. 804
650 Lieut. Col. James M. Johnson, Thirtieth Mississippi Infantry, commanding Twenty–ninth and Thirtieth Mississippi Infantry, of operations July 28. 807
651 Col. Samuel Benton, Thirty–fourth Mississippi Infantry, of operations May 11–18. 808
652 Capt. T. S. Hubbard, Thirty–fourth Mississippi Infantry, of operations July 28. 810
653 Maj. Gen. Carter L. Stevenson, C. S. Army, commanding division, of operations, May 1–30 and June 22. 811
654 Maj. Gen. Alexander P. Stewart, C. S. Army, commanding division, of operations May 7–27. 816
655 Maj. Gen. Henry D. Clayton, C. S. Army, commanding division (formerly Stewart´s), of operations July 22 and 28 and August 31. 819
656 Brig. Gen. Marcellus A. Stovall, C. S. Army, commanding brigade, of operations May 7–15 and August 31. 822
657 Col. Abda Johnson, Fortieth Georgia Infantry, commanding Stovall´s brigade, of operations May 15–June 1. 825
658 Capt. J. N. Dobbs, Fortieth Georgia Infantry, of operations May 7–29. 826
659 Maj. Mark S. Nall, Forty–first Georgia Infantry, of operations May 7–25. 827
660 Capt. Lovick P. Thomas, Forty–second Georgia Infantry, of operations May 14–25. 827
661 Maj. William C. Lester, Forty–third Georgia Infantry, of operations May 1–30. 828
662 Capt. Rufus R. Asbury, Fifty–second Georgia, Infantry, of operations May 15–25. 830
663 Brig. Gen Henry D. Clayton, C. S. Army, commanding brigade, of operations May 7–27. 831
664 Col. Bushrod Jones, Fifty–eighth Alabama Infantry, commanding Holtzclaw´s (formerly Clayton´s) brigade, of operations August 31. 835
665 Lieut. Col. Peter F. Hunley, Eighteenth Alabama Infantry, of operations May 7–27. 836
666 Capt. James A. Wemyss, Thirty–sixth Alabama, Infantry, of operations May 7–28. 836
667 Capt. George W. Welch, Thirty–eighth Alabama, Infantry, of operations May 7–27. 838
668 Col. Bushrod Jones, Fifty–eighth Alabama Infantry, commanding Thirty–second and Fifty–eighth Alabama Infantry, of operations May 7–28. 841
669 Brig. Gen. Alpheus Baker, C. S. Army, commanding brigade, of operations May 7–June 2. 844
670 Lieut. Col. Alexander A. Greene, Thirty–seventh Alabama, Infantry, of operations May 7–June 2. 847
671 Col. John H. Higley, Fortieth Alabama Infantry, of operations May 7–27 849
672 Capt. William D. McNeill, Forty–second Alabama Infantry, of operations May 7–31. 851
673 Lieut.Col. John A. Minter, Fifty–fourth Alabama Infantry, of operations May 7–June 2. 852
674 Brig. Gen. Randall L. Gibson, C. S. Army, commanding brigade, of operations May 7–25, July 28, and August 31. 854
675 Maj. S. S. Batchelor, First Louisiana Infantry (regulars), of operations May 9–27. 859
676 Maj. Duncan Buie, Fourth Louisiana Battalion Infantry, of operations May 15–29. 859
677 Lieut. Col. Francis L. Campbell, Thirteenth Louisiana Infantry, of operations May 7–29. 859
678 Maj. John E. Austin, Fourteenth Louisiana Battalion Sharpshoot6rs, of operations May 7–29. 861
679 Col. Joseph C. Lewis, Twenty–fifth Louisiana Infantry, commanding Sixteenth and Twenty–fifth Louisiana Infantry, of operations May 7–28. 863
680 Lieut. Col. Hyder A. Kennedy, Nineteenth Louisiana, Infantry, of 0perations May 8–13. 865
681 Col. Richard W. Turner, Nineteenth Louisiana Infantry, of operations May 14–28. 866
682 Capt. Robert L. Keen, Twentieth Louisiana, Infantry, of operations May 2–29. 868
683 Lieut. Gen. Leonidas Polk, C. S. Army, commanding Army of Mississippi, of operations May 13–31. 869
684 Maj. Gen. William W. Loring, C. S. Army, commanding Army of Mississippi, of operations June 27. 869
685 Lieut. Gen. Alexander P. Stewart, C. S. Army, commanding corps (formerly Polk´s), of operations July 18–September 29. 870
686 Capt. Charles F. Vanderford, Chief Ordnance Officer, Army of Mississippi, of guns engaged, &c., May 13–June 20. 873
687 Maj. Gen. William W. Loring, C. S. Army, commanding division, of operations May 10–31 and July 20. 874
688 Brig. Gen. Winfield S. Featherston, C. S. Army, commanding Loring´s division, of operations June 27. 878
689 Brig. Gen. Winfield S. Featherston, C. S. Army, commanding brigade, of operations July 20. 880
690 Maj. James M. Stigler, First Mississippi Battalion Sharpshooters, of operations July 20. 884
691 Lieut. Col. Samuel M. Dyer, Third Mississippi Infantry, of operations July 20. 885
692 Maj. Martin A. Oatis, Twenty second Mississippi Infantry, of operations July 20. 886
693 Capt. Thomas .J. Pulliam, Thirty–first Mississippi Infantry, of operations July 20. 888
694 Capt. Moses Jackson, Thirty–third Mississippi Infantry, of operations July 20. 889
695 Capt. Charles A. Huddleston, Fortieth Mississippi Infantry, of operations July 20. 890
696 Brig. Gen. John Adams, C. S. Army, commanding brigade, of operations July 19. 891
697 Brig. Gen. Thomas M. Scott, C. S. Army, commanding brigade, of operations July 20. 894
698 Col. Samuel S. Ives, Thirty–fifth Alabama Infantry, commanding Twenty–seventh, Thirty–fifth, and Forty–ninth Alabama Infantry, of operations July 20. 896
699 Col. John Snodgrass, Fifty–fifth Alabama Infantry, of operations July 20. 897
700 Capt. Augustus L. Milligan, Fifty–seventh Alabama Infantry, of operations July 20. 897
701 Col. Noel L. Nelson, Twelfth Louisiana Infantry, of operations July 20. 898
702 Maj. Gen. Samuel G. French, C. S. Army, commanding division, of operations May 16–31, June 27, and July 17–September 6. 899
703 Brig. Gen. William H. Young, C. S. Army, commanding; Ector´s brigade, of operations July 17–September 4. 909
704 Col. William H. Young, Ninth Texas Infantry, of operations June 27. 913
705 Brig. Gen. Francis M. Cockrell, C. S. Army, commanding brigade, of operations June 27 and July 17–September 7. 914
706 Brig. Gen. Claudius W. Sears, C. S. Army, Commanding brigade, of operations August 4–27. 920
707 Col. William H. Clark, Forty–sixth Mississippi Infantry, of operations August 2–5. 921
708 Maj. Gen. Edward C. Walthall, C. S. Army, commanding division, of operations June 27 and July 18–September 3. 922
709 Brig. Gen. William A. Quarles, C. S. Army, commanding brigade, of operations June 27 and July 20 and 28 929
710 Maj. Samuel Knox, First Alabama Infantry, of operations June 27. 933
711 Brig. Gen. Daniel H. Reynolds, C. S. Army, commanding brigade, of operations June 27, July 14–20 and 28. 934
712 Col. Edward A. O´Neal, Twenty–sixth Alabama Infantry, commanding Cantey´s brigade, of operations June 27 and July 20 and 28. 940
713 Maj. Gen. Joseph Wheeler, C. S. Army, commanding Cavalry Corps, of operations May 6–31 and July 17–0ctober 9. 943
714 Col. D. T. Blakey, First Alabama Cavalry, Allen´s brigade, of operations August 31. 962
715 Brig. Gen. Lawrence S. Ross, C. S. Army, commanding cavalry brigade (Army of Mississippi), of operations May 17 and July 28–30. 962
716 Brig. Gen. Phillip D. Roddey, C. S. Army, of operations May 27–29. 965
717 Col. Josiah Patterson, Fifth Alabama Cavalry, commanding brigade, of operations May 26–29. 966
718 Capt. Thomas J. Key, Arkansas Artillery, commanding Hotchkiss´ artillery battalion, of operations July 22. 967
719 Lieut. Richard L. Watkins, Lookout (Tennessee) Artillery, of operations July 20. 967
720 Maj. George S. Storrs, C. S. Artillery, commanding artillery battalion, of operations June 27. 968
721 Lieut. Charles W. Love1ace, Selden´s (Alabama) battery, of operations July 20. 969
722 Maj. Gen. Gustavus W. Smith, C. S. Army, commanding Georgia militia, of operations June 1–September 15. 969
723 Maj. Gen. Howell Cobb, C. S. Army, of operations July 30 and 31 (Stoneman´s raid). 972
724 Lieut. John A. Vaughan, Eighth Confederate Cavalry, commanding scouts, of operations July 27–31 (McCook´s raid). 972
725 Capt. Thomas H. Francis, Fourth Tennessee Infantry, of affairs at Auburn, Ala., July l8–September 15. 973
726 Maj. W. T. Walthall, of operations July 13–16 (Rousseau´s raid). 975
727 Maj. John C. Burch, Assistant Adjutant–General, C. S. Army, of operations July 13–16 (Rousseau´s raid). 978
728 Journal of operations of the Army of Tennessee May 14–June 4. 978
729 Findings of the Court of Inquiry upon the loss of Confederate stores at Atlanta. 991
730 Maj. William Clare, Assistant Inspector–General, upon the removal of citizens from Atlanta. 993
731 Brig. Gen. Gideon J. Pillow, C. S. Army, of operations June 24. 994
732 Col. Charles G. Armistead, Twelfth Mississippi Cavalry, commanding brigade, of operations June 24. 998
733 Col. Charles P. Ball, Eighth Alabama Cavalry, of operations June 24. 1000
734 Lieut. Col Philip B. Spence, Twelfth Mississippi Cavalry, of operations June 24. 1002
735 Capt. William V. Harrell, Lewis´ (Alabama) battalion, of operations June 24. 1003
736 Col. James J. N eely, Fourteenth Tennessee Cavalry, commanding brigade, of operations June 24 1004
737 Resolution of thanks to officers and soldiers in the Confederate service from the State of Missouri. 1008
Alternate Designations of Organization Mentioned in this Volume 1009
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