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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 2, Serial No. 73

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 2 - 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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175 Maj. Gen. Joseph Hooker, U. S. Army, commanding Twentieth Army Corps of casualties May 25 and operations June 22. 14
176 Brig. Gen. Alpheus S. Williams, U. S. Army, commanding Twentieth Army Corps, of operations July 28–August 27. 17
177 Maj. Gen. Henry W. Slocum, U. S. Army, commanding Twentieth Army Corps, of operations August 25–Beptember 8. 20
178 Surg. John W. Foye, U. S. Army, Medical Director, Twentieth Army Corps. 23
179 Brig. Gen. Alpheus S. Williams, U. S. Army, commanding First Division, of operations May 1–July 28 and August 28–September 8. 26
180 Surg. Henry Z. Gill Surgeon in Chief. 37
181 Brig. Gen. Joseph F. Knipe, U.S. Army, commanding First Brigade.*
  * Including operations of the division July 28–August 27.
39
182 Col. Warren W. Packer, Fifth Connecticut Infantry. 45
183 Lieut. Col. James C. Rogers One Hundred and twenty–third New York Infantry 47
184 Capt. Andrew J. Compton, One hundred and forty–first New York Infantry 51
185 Col James L. Selfridge, Forty–Sixth Pennsylvania Infantry. 54
186 Brig. Gen. Thomas H. Ruger, U. S. Army, commanding Second Brigade. 57
187 Lieut. Col. John R. Fesler, Twenty–Seventh Indiana Infantry. 64
188 Col. William Cogswell, Second. Massachusetts Infantry, of operations May 2–21 and July 1–September 8. 65
189 Lieut. Col. Charles F. Morse, Second Massachusetts Infantry, of operations May 28–June 29. 66
190 Col. Ezra A. Carman, Thirteenth New Jersey Infantry. 67
191 Capt. Frederick H. Harris, Thirteenth New Jersey Infantry, of operations July 22 and 30. 73
192 Col. Nirom M. Crane, One hundred and seventh New York Infantry. 74
193 Col John H. Ketcham, One hundred and fiftieth New York Infantry. 76
194 Col. Wliam Hawilley, Third Wisconsin Infantry. 81
195 Col. James S. Robinson, Eighty–second Ohio Infantry, commanding Third Brigade, of operations May l–July 24. 84
196 Col. Horace Boughton, One hundred and forty–third New York Infantry, commanding Third Brigade, of operations July 24–September 8. 92
197 Lieut. Col Edward S. Salomon, Eighty–second Illinois Infantry. 96
198 Lieut. Col John B. Le Sage, One hundred and first Illinois Infantry. 101
199 Col. Horace Boughton, One hundred and forty–third New York Infantry, of operations May l–July 24. 104
200 Maj.John Higgins, One hundred and forty–third New York Infantry, of operations July 24–September 8. 108
201 Capt. John Garrett, Sixty–first Ohio Infantry. 108
202 Lieut. Col. David Thomson, Eighty–second Ohio Infantry. 110
203 Col. Francis H. West, Thirty–first Wisconsin Infantry. 111
204 Brig. Gen. John W. Geary, U. S. Army, commanding Second Division. 112
205 Surg. H. Earnest Goodman, U. S. Army, Surgeon in Chief. 148
206 Col. Charles Candy, Sixty–sixth Ohio Infantry, commanding First Brigade, of operations May 2–August l. 153
207 Col. Ario Pardee, jr., One hundred and forty–seventh Pennsylvania infantry, commanding First Brigade, of operations August 4–September 8. 159
208 Col. John B. Patrick, Fifth Ohio Infantry, of operations May 8–20. 161
209 Lieut. Col. Robert L. Kilpatrick, Fifth Ohio Infantry, of operations May 8–June 9. 163
210 Capt. Robert Kirkup, Fifth Ohio infantry, of operations May 11–September 8. 168
211 Lieut. Col. Samuel McClelland, Seventh Ohio Infantry, of operations May 8–June 9, 177
212 Capt. Myron T. Wright, Twenty–ninth Ohio Infantry, of operations May 8–July 20. 181
213 Capt. Wilbur F. Stevens, Twenty–ninth Ohio Infantry, of operations July 20–September 8. 184
214 Capt. Thomas McConnell, Sixty–sixth Ohio Infantry. 185
215 Lieut. Col. Eugene Powell, Sixty–sixth Ohio Infantry, of operations May 8 and 15 and May 25–June 13. 188
216 Col. John, Flynn, Twenty–eighth Pennsylvania Infantry. 190
217 Col. Arlo Pardee, jr., One hundred and forty–seventh Pennsylvania infantry, of operations May 1–August 4. 193
218 Lieut. Col. John Craig, One hundred and forty–seventh Pennsylvania Infantry, of operations August 5–September 8. 202
219 Col. Adolplus Buschbeck, Twenty–seventh Pennsylvania infantry, commanding Second Brigade, of operations May 4–22. 202
220 Col. John T. Lockman, One hundred and nineteenth New York Infantry, commanding Second Brigade, of operations May 22–June 1. 207
221 Col. Patrick H. Jones, One hundred and fifty–fourth New York Infantry, commanding Second Brigade, of operations June 7–August 1. 208
222 Col. George W. Mindil, Thirty–third New Jersey Infantry, commanding Second Brigade. 215
223 Lieut. Col. Enos Fourat, Thirty–third New Jersey Infantry, of operations May 9–July 22 221
224 Capt. Thomas O´Connor, Thirty–third New Jersey Infantry. 226
225 Col. John T. Lockman, One hundred and nineteenth New York Infantry. 231
226 Lieut. Col. .Allan H. Jackson, One hundred and thirty–fourth New York Infantry, of operations May 8–June 7. 237
227 Capt. Otis Guffin, One hundred and thirty–fourth New York infantry. 242
228 Lieut. Col. Daniel B. Allen, One hundred and fifty–fourth New York Infantry, of operations May 8. 245
229 Maj. Lewis D. Warner, One hundred and fifty–fourth New York infantry. 246
230 Lieut. Col. August Riedt, Twenty–seventh Pennsylvania infantry, of operations May 4–22. 253
231 Maj. Charles C. Cresson, Seventy–third Pennsylvania Infantry. 256
232 Capt. Frederick L. Gimber, One hundred and ninth Pennsylvania infantry, of operations May 7– June 7. 262
233 Capt. Hugh Alexander, One hundred and ninth Pennsylvania Infantry. 265
234 Col. Henry A. Barnum, One hundred and forty–ninth New York Infantry, commanding Third Brigade. 267
235 Col. George A. Cobham, jr., One hundred and eleventh Pennsylvania Infantry, commanding Third Brigade, of operations May 15–June 2. 276
236 Col. Abel Godard; Sixtieth New York Infantry, of operations May 16. 281
237 Capt. Thomas B. Elliott, Sixtieth New York Infantry. 282
238 Lieut. Col. Harvey S. Chatfield, Seventy–eighth and One hundred and second New York Infantry. 286
239 Col. James C. Lane, One hundred and second New York Infantry, of operations May 8–19. 292
240 Capt. Barent Van Buren, One hundred and second New York Infantry. 294
241 Lieut. Col. Koert S. Van Voorhis, One hundred and thirty–seventh New York Infantry. 295
242 Col. Henry A. Barnum, One hundred and forty–ninth New York Infantry. 300
243 Lieut. Col. Charles B. Randall, One hundred and forty–ninth New York Infantry, of operations May 8–June 7. 304
244 No. 244. –Col. William Rickards jr., Twenty–ninth Pennsylvania Infantry, of operations May 8–June 15. 307
245 Lieut. Col. Samuel M. Zulich, Twenty–ninth Pennsylvania Infantry. 311
246 Lieut. Col. Thomas M. Walker, One hundred and eleventh Pennsylvania Infantry. 315
247 Maj. Gen. Daniel Butterfield, U. S. Army, commanding Third Division, of operations May 9. 320
248 Brig. Gen. William T. Ward, U. S. Army, commanding Third Division. 321
249 Capt. Henry M. Scott, Acting Assistant Inspector–General, Third Division, of operations August 31–September 2. 331
250 Surg. William Grinsted, U. S. Army, Surgeon in Chief. 334
251 Brig. Gen. William T. Ward, U. S. Army, commanding First Brigade, of operations May 13–19 and 25. 339
252 Col. Benjamin D. Harrison, Seventieth Indiana Infantry, commanding First Brigade, of operations July 20–September 2. 344
253 Col. Franklin C. Smith, One hundred and second Illinois Infantry. 351
254 Col. Daniel Dustin, One hundred and–fifth Illinois Infantry. 357
255 Lieut. Col. Everell F. Dutton, One hundred and fifth Illinois Infantry of operations July 14–August4. 363
256 Col. Henry Case, One hundred and twenty–ninth Illinois Infantry. 365
257 Col. Benjamin Harrison, Seventieth Indiana Infantry, of operations May 13–19. 369
258 Lieut. Col. Samuel Merrill, Seventieth Indiana Infantry, of operation July 20–September 3. 373
259 Maj. Zachariah S. Ragan, Seventieth Indiana Infantry. 373
260 Capt. Samuel A. West, Seventy–ninth Ohio Infantry. 375
261 Col. John Coburn, Thirty–third Indiana. Infantry, commanding Second Brigade. 378
262 Maj. Levin T. Miller, Thirty–third Indiana 1nfantry. 394
263 Col. John P. Baird, Eighty–fifth Indiana Infantry, of operations May 21 July 13. 410
264 Lieut. Col. Alexander B. Crane, Eighty–fifth Indiana Infantry, of operations July 17–27. 412
265 Maj. Jefferson E. Brant, Eighty–fifth Indiana Infantry, of operations May 2–July 17 and July 28 –September 2. 414
266 Capt. David Anderson, Nineteenth Michigan Infantry. 421
267 Lieut. Col. Edward Bloodgood, Twenty–Second Wisconsin Infantry. 424
268 Col. James Wood, jr., One hundred and thirty–sixth New York Infantry commanding Third Brigade. 428
269 Col. Samuel Ross, Twentieth Connecticut Infantry, of operations May 10–19. 447
270 Lieut. Col. Philo B. Buckingham, Twentieth Connecticut Infantry. 450
271 Lieut. Col. Godfrey Rider, jr., Thirty–third Massachusetts Infantry, operations May 2–21. 457
272 Maj. Elisha Doane, Thirty–third Massachusetts Infantry. 458
273 Maj. Henry L. Arnold, One hundred and thirty–sixth New York infantry 459
274 Lieut. Col. Edwin H. Powers, Fifty–fifth Ohio Infantry. 460
275 Lieut. Col. Samuel H. Hurst, Seventy–third Ohio Infantry. 461
276 Lieut. Col. Frederick C. Winkler, Twenty–sixth Wisconsin Infantry. 463
277 Maj. John A. Reynolds, First New York,Chief of Artillery Twentieth Army Corps. 468
278 Capt. William Wheeler, Thirteenth New York Battery; Chief of Artillery Second Division, of operations May 3–11. 472
279 Capt. Luther R. Smith, Battery I, First Michigan Light Artillery. 473
280 Capt. Charles E. Winegar, Battery I, First New York Light Artillery. 474
281 Capt. John D. Woodbury, Battery M, First New York Light Artillery Chief of Artillery, First Division, 477
282 Capt. Henry Bundy, Thirteenth New York Battery. 479
283 Lieut. Jerome B. Stephens, Battery C, First Ohio. Light Artillery, of operations May 2–July 26. 483
284 Lieut. Thomas King, Battery C, First Ohio Light Artillery, of operations May 19. 485
285 Capt. Marco B. Gary, Battery C, First Ohio Light Artillery, of operations August 1–September 7. 485
286 Lieut. Thomas S. Sloan, Battery E, Pennsylvania Light Artillery. 486
287 Capt. Arnold Sutermeister, Eleventh Indiana Battery, commanding Siege .Artillery. 487
288 Maj. Gen. Robert H. Milroy, U. S. Army, commanding Defenses of Nashville and Chattanooga Railroad, of operations during Wheeler s raid. 490
289 Maj. Gen. James B. Steedman, U. S. Army, commanding District of the Etowah, of Operations June l5–September 1l. 494
290 Brig. Gen. Robert S. Granger, U. S. Army, commanding District of Northern Alabama, of operations during Wheeler s raid. 497
291 Brig. Gen. John C. Starkweather, U. S. Army, commanding U. S. Forces Pulaski, Tenn., of operations during Wheeler s raid. 501
292 Brig. Gen. Horatio P. Van Cleve, U. S. Army, commanding U. 8, Forces Murfreesborough, Tenn., of operations during Wheeler s raid. 504
293 Col Thomas J. Morgan, Fourteenth U. S. Colored Infantry, of operations August 15 (Wheeler s raid). 506
294 Col. Thomas C. Boone, One hundred and fifteenth Ohio Infantry, of operations August 31 (Wheeler s raid). 506
295 Capt. William W. Scearce, Fifty–first Indiana Infantry, of operations August 14–15 (Wheeler s raid). 508
296 Maj. Gen. John M. Schofield, U. S. Army, commanding Army of the Ohio. 509
297 Surg. Henry S. Hewit, U. S. Army, Medical Director. 521
298 Capt. William G. McCreary, Signal Corps, U. S. Army, Chief Signal Officer, of operations May 1–June 30. 538
299 Brig. Gen. Alvin P. Hovey, U. S. Army, commanding First Division, of operations May 3–June 9. 540
300 Col. Richard F. Barter, One hundred and twentieth Indiana Infantry commanding First Brigade, of operations May 9–16. 543
301 Col. John C. McQuiston, One hundred and twenty–third Indiana Infantry, commanding Second Brigade, of operations May 9–17 and JuneĀ­9–24. 545
302 Col. Peter T. Swaine Ninety–ninth Ohio Infantry, commanding Second Brigade, of operations June 23–August 12. 549
303 Lieut. Col. William A. Cullen, One hundred and twenty–third Indiana Infantry, of operations May 9–17. 552
304 Col. John C. McQuiston, One hundred and twenty–third Indiana Infantry" of operations June 24–August 12. 553
305 Col. Charles Case, One hundred and twenty–ninth Indiana Infantry of operations May 9–17. 557
306 Col. Charles A. Zollinger, One hundred and twenty–ninth Indiana Infantry, of operations June 24–August 12. 559
307 Col. Charles S. Parrish, One hundred and thirtieth Indiana Infantry, of operations May 9–17 and June 24–August 11. 562
308 Lieut. Col. John E. Cummins, Ninety–ninth Ohio Infantry, of operations June 24–August 12. 564
309 Brig. Gen. Milo S. Hascall, U. S. Army, commanding Second Division. 566
310 Surg. John W. Lawton, U. S. Army, Surgeon in Chief. 578
311 Brig. Gen. Nathaniel C. McLean, U. S. Army, commanding First Brigade, of operations May 5–June 4. 581
312 Brig.Gen. Joseph A. Cooper, U. S. Army, commanding First Brigade, of operations June 6–September 8. 583
313 Lieut. Col. Alfred D. Owen, Eightieth Indiana Infantry, of operations May 6–23. 586
314 Col. John Mehringer, Ninety–first Indiana Infantry, of operations June 2–July 7. 588
315 Lieut. Col Charles H. Butterfield, Ninety–first Indiana Infantry, of operations June 4–July 31. 589
316 Col. Charles S. Parrish, One hundred and thirtieth Indiana Infantry, of operations August 12–September 8. 590
317 Capt. Samuel L. Demarest, Twenty–fifth Michigan Infantry, of operations May 6–August 12. 591
318 Capt. Edwin Childs, Twenty–fifth Michigan Infantry, of operations August 12–September 8. 596
319 Lieut. Col. John. E. Cummins, Ninety–ninth Ohio Infantry, of operations August 12–September 8. 597
320 Col. William Cross, Third Tennessee Infantry, of operations May 6–August 1. 597
321 Maj. Rhadamanthus H. Dunn, Third Tennessee Infantry, of operations August 1–September 8. 602
322 Col. Joseph A. Cooper, Sixth Tennessee Infantry, of operations May 7–June 6. 606
323 Capt. William Ausmus, Sixth Tennessee Infantry, of operations June 6–September 8. 607
324 Brig. Gen. Milo S. Hascall, U. S. Army, commanding Second Brigade, of operations May 3–16. 609
325 Col. John R. Bond, One hundred and eleventh Ohio Infantry, commanding Second Brigade, of operations May 16–June 18 and August 15–September 8. 611
326 Col. William E. Hobson, Thirteenth Kentucky Infantry, commanding Second Brigade, of operations June 18–August 15. 614
327 Maj. Uriah Laurance, One hundred and seventh Illinois Infantry, of operations April 26–May 28. 619
328 Lieut. Col. Francis H. Lowry, One hundred and seventh Illinois Infantry, of operations August 15–September 8. 625
329 Maj. John W. Tucker, Eightieth Indians Infantry, of operations May 23–Auguat 1 and August 28–September 8. 626
330 Capt. Jacob Ragle, Eightieth Indiana Infantry of operations August 1–12. 629
331 Col. Charles A. Zollinger, One hundred and twenty–ninth Indiana Infantry, of operations August 15–September 8. 630
332 Lieut. Col. Benjamin P. Estes, Thirteenth Kentucky Infantry, of operations June 18–September 8. 631
333 Lieut. Col. Oliver L. Spaulding, Twenty–third Michigan Infantry, of operations May 6–June 19. 634
334 Maj. William W. Wheeler, Twenty–third Michigan Infantry, of operations August 17–September 8. 636
335 Lieut. Col. Isaac R. Sherwood, One hundred and eleventh Ohio Infantry. 637
336 Capt. Edgar Sowers, One hundred and eighteenth Ohio Infantry. 641
337 Col. Silas A. Strickland, Fiftieth Olio infantry, commanding Third Brigade, of operations May 28–September 8. 645
338 Col. John Mehringer, Ninety–flrst Indiana Infantry, of operations August 12–Seltember 8. 652
339 Col. John C. McQuiston, One hundred and twenty–third Indiana Infantry, of operations August 12–September 8. 653
340 Col. George W. Gallup, fourteenth Kentucky Infantry, of operations June 1–September 8. 654
341 Lieut. Col. Thomas B. Waller, Twentieth Kentucky Infantry, of operations May 30–August 12. 656
342 Capt. Cornelius McLeod, Twentieth Kentucky Infantry, of operations August 12–September 8. 658
343 Lieut. Col. John H. Ward, Twenty–seventh Kentucky Infantry, of operations May 26–August 11. 659
344 Capt. Andrew J. Bailey, Twenty–seventh Kentucky Infantry, operations August 13–September 8. 661
345 Maj. Hamilton S. Gillespie, Fiftieth Ohio Infantry, of operations May 27–September 8. 661
346 Capt. Joseph C. Shields, Nineteenth Ohio Battery, Chief of Artillery, Second Division. 665
347 Capt. Edward W. Nicholson, Twenty–second Indiana Battery, of operations June 29–September 8. 667
348 Capt. Byron D. Paddock, Battery F, First Michigan Light Artillery, of Operations May 7–20. 669
349 Lieut. Marshall M. Miller, Battery F, First Michigan Light Artillery, of operations August 26–September 8. 670
350 Capt. Joseph C. Shields, Nineteenth Ohio Battery. 671
351 Brig. Gen. Jacob D. Cox, U. S. Army, commanding Third Division. 674
352 Surg. Charles S. Frink, U. S. Army, Surgeon in Chief. 693
353 Brig. Gen. James W. Reilly, U. S. Army, commanding, First. Brigade 697
354 Lieut. Col Laurence H. Rousseau, Twelfth Kentucky Infantry, of operations August 12–September 8. 708
355 Maj. John S. White, Sixteenth Kentucky Infantry, of operations July 8–September 8. 708
356 Capt. Frank Rundell, One hundredth Ohio Infantry, of operations July 8–September 8. 710
357 Col. Oscar W. Sterl, One hundred and fourth Ohio Infantry, of operations July 8–September 8. 711
358 Capt. James W. Berry, Eighth Tennessee Infantry, of operations July 8–September 8. 712
359 Brig. Gen. Mahlon D. Manson, U. S. Army, Commanding Second Brigade, of operations May 7–14. 714
360 Col. John S. Hurt, Twenty–fourth Kentucky Infantry, commanding Second Brigade, of operations May 14. 716
361 Col.Daniel Cameron, Sixty–fifth Illinois Infantry, commanding Second Brigade, of operations May 15–July 16. 719
362 Col. John S. Casement, One hundred and third Ohio Infantry, commanding Second Brigade, of operations July 8–September 8. 722
363 Lieut. Col. William S. Stewart, Sixty–fifth Illinois Infantry, of operations June 4–July 6. 723
364 Col. Israel N. Stiles, Sixty–third Indiana Infantry, of operations May 14–July 7. 723
365 Col. John M. Orr, One hundred and twenty–fourth Indiana Infantry, of operations July 8–September 8. 726
366 Col. John S. Hurt, Twenty–fourth Kentucky Infantry, of operations May 14–July 7. 728
367 Lieut. Col. Lafayette North, Twenty–fourth Kentucky Infantry of operations May 14. 729
368 Capt. Philip C. Hayes, One hundred and third Ohio Infantry, of operations May 14. 730
369 Col. John S. Casement, One hundred and third Ohio Infantry, of operations May 15–July 7. 731
370 Col. James T. Shelley, Fifth Tennessee Infantry, of operations May 14. 732
371 Brig. Gen. Nathaniel C. McLean, U. S. Army, commanding Third Brigade, of operations June 5–17. 732
372 Col. Robert K. Byrd, First Tennessee Infantry, commanding Third Brigade, of operations June 17–July 14 733
373 Col. Israel N. Stiles, Sixty–third Indiana Infantry, commanding Third Brigade, of operations August 9–September 8. 735
374 Brlg. Gen. Jacob Ammen, U. S. Army, commanding Fourth, Division, of operations in East Tennessee August 15–31 (Wheeler s raid). 736
375 Brig. Gen. Davis Tillson, U. S. Army, commanding Second Brigade, of operations in East Tennessee August 15 – 25 (Wheeler s raid). 738
376 Maj. Israel C. Smith, Acting Assistant Inspector–General, of operations in East Tennessee August 24 (Wheeler s raid). 740
377 Capt. John H. Standish, Tenth Michigan Cavalry, of operations in East Tennessee August 24–26 (Wheeler s raid). 741
378 Col. Horatio G. Gibson, Second Ohio Heavy Artillery, of skirmish (August 17) at Cleveland, Tenn. (Wheeler s raid). 743
379 Brig. Gen. Washington L. Elliott, U. S. Army, Chief of Cavalry, Department of the Cumberland. 745
380 Brig. Gen. Edward M. McCook, U. S. Army, commanding First Division. 750
381 Col. Joseph B. Dorr, Eighth Iowa Cavalry, commanding First Brigade, of operations July 18. 768
382 Col. John T. Croxton, Fourth Kentucky Mounted Infantry, commanding First Brigade, of operations July 27–30 (McCook s raid). 769
383 Col. James P. Brownlow, First Tennessee Cavalry, commanding First Brigade, of operations July 27–31 (McCook s raid). 774
384 Maj. Richard Root, Eighth Iowa Cavalry, of operations July 27–31 (McCook s raid). 776
385 Col. John T. Croxton, Fourth Kentucky Mounted Infantry, of action (June 24) at La Fayette, Ga. 777
386 Lieut.Granville C. West, Fourth Kentucky Mounted Infantry, of operations July 27–31 (McCook s raid). 778
387 Lieut. Col. Horace P. Lamson, Fourth Indiana Cavalry, commanding Second Brigade. 780
388 Maj. David A. Briggs, Second Indiana Cavalry. 785
389 Maj. George H. Purdy, Fourth Indiana Cavalry, commanding detachment First Division, of operations July 28–31 (McCook s raid). 786
390 Capt. Albert J. Morley, Fourth Indiana Cavalry. 788
391 Capt. Lewis M. B. Smith, First Wisconsin cavalry. 790
392 Col. Louis D. Watkins, Sixth Kentucky Cavalry, commanding Third Brigade. 792
393 Col. Wickliffe Cooper, Fourth Kentucky Cavalry. 796
394 Maj. William H. Fidler, Sixth Kentucky Cavalry. 798
395 Maj. Robert Collier, Seventh Kentucky Cavalry. 799
396 Lieut. William B. Rippetoe, Eighteenth Indiana Battery. 800
397 Lieut. Martin J. Miller, Eighteenth Indiana Battery, of action (July 30) near Newnan, Ga. 802
398 Brig. Gen. Kenner Garrard, U. S. Army, commanding Second Division. 803
399 Col Robert H. G. Minty, Fourth Michigan Cavalry, commanding First Brigade. 811
400 Lieut. Col. Josiah B. Park, Fourth Michigan Cavalry, of skirmish (May 13) near Kingston, Ga. 827
401 Maj. Frank W. Mix, Fourth Michigan Cavalry, of operations August 18–22 (Kilpatrick s raid). 828
402 Maj. William H. Jennings, Seventh Pennsylvania Cavalry. 832
403 Capt. James B. McIntyre, Fourth U. S. Cavalry, of operations August 18–22 (Kilpatrick s raid). 835
404 Col. Eli Long, Fourth Ohio Cavalry, commanding Second Brigade, of operations May 26–August 22. 836
405 Col. Beroth B. Eggleston, First Ohio Cavalry, commanding Second Brigade. 841
406 Lieut. Col. Thomas J. Patten, First Ohio Cavalry. 844
407 Col. Charles B. Seidel, Third Ohio Cavalry. 845
408 Lieut. Col. Oliver P. Robie, Fourth Ohio Cavalry. 847
409 Col. Abram O. Miller, Seventy–second Indiana Mounted Infantry, commanding Third Brigade, of operations June 9–August 24. 848
410 Lieut. George I. Robinson, Chicago (Illinois) Board of Trade Battery. 852
411 Brig. Gen. Judson Kilpatrick, U. S. Army, commanding Third Division. 855
412 Col. Eli H. Murray, Third Kentucky Cavalry, commanding Third Division, of operations May 13–21 and August 18–23. 862
413 Col. William W. Lowe, Fifth Iowa, Cavalry, commanding Third Division, of operations June 4–July 18. 864
414 Lieut. Col. Robert Klein, Third Indiana Cavalry, commanding First Brigade, of operations August 18–20 (Kilpatrick s raid). 868
415 Maj. J. Morris Young, Fifth Iowa Cavalry, commanding First Brigade, of operations August 26–September 8. 869
416 Maj. Alfred Gaddis, Third Indiana Cavalry, of operations August 26–September 8. 872
417 Capt. Martin Choumee, Fifth Iowa Cavalry, of operations August 26–September 8. 873
418 Lieut. Col. Fielder A. Jones, Eighth Indiana Cavalry, commanding Second Brigade, of operations July 9 –September 8. 875
419 Maj. Thomas Graham, Eighth Indiana Cavalry, of operations August 26–September 8 882
420 Lieut. Carneal Nall, Second Kentucky Cavalry, of operations August 26–September 8. 884
421 Lieut. Col. Thomas W. Sanderson, Tenth Ohio Cavalry. 886
422 Col. Ell H. Murray, Third Kentucky Cavalry, Commanding Third Brigade. 888
423 Col. Smith D. Atkins, Ninety–second Illinois Mounted Infantry, commanding Third Brigade, of operations May 13–20. 892
424 Lieut. Col. Robert H. King, Third Kentucky Cavalry, commanding Third Brigade, of operations August 18–22 (Kilpatrick s raid). 893
425 Col. Smith D. Atkins, Ninety–second Illinois Mounted Infantry. 894
426 Capt. Matthew Van Buskirk, Ninety–second Illinois Mounted Infantry, of operations May 13–20. 896
427 Maj. Albert Woodcock, Ninety–second Illinois, Mounted Infantry, of operations July 19–September 2. 896
428 Lieut. Col. Robert H. King, Third Kentucky Cavalry, of operations August 26–September 8. 900
429 Col. Oliver L. Baldwin, Fifth Kentucky Cavalry, of operations August 26–September 8. 901
430 Capt. Yates V. Beebe, Tenth Wisconsin Battery. 903
431 Maj. Gen. Lovell H. Rousseau, U.S. Army, of raid from Decatur, Ala., to the West Point and Montgomery Railroad (July 10–22) and the Wheeler raid. 904
432 Maj. Gen. George Stoneman, U. S. .Army, commanding Cavalry, Army of the Ohio, of operations May 7, July 13–15, and July 27–August 6. 911
433 Lieut. Col. Robert W. Smith, Assistant Inspector–General, of operations July 27–August 6 (Stoneman´s raid). 915
434 Maj. Haviland Tompkins, Fourteenth Il1inois Cavalry, Provost–Marshal, of operations July 27–August 6 (Stoneman´s raid). 919
435 Col. Israel Garrard, Seventh Ohio Cavalry, commanding Cavalry Division, of operations July 27–September 9. 921
436 Col. Horace Capron, Fourteenth Illinois Cavalry, commanding Third Brigade, of operations July 27–August 6 (Stoneman´s raid). 925
Alternate Designations of Organization Mentioned in this Volume 931
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