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The Civil War in Georgia
The Chattanooga-Ringgold Campaign

Official Records Index to Volume XXXI, Chapter XLII, Part 2, Serial No. 55

 

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. Volume XXXI is divided into three parts and covers operations in Kentucky, Southwest Virginia, Tennessee, Mississippi, North Alabama and North Georgia from October 20 until December 31, 1863, including the Chattanooga-Ringgold Campaign. In addition to the reports covering the actions in Georgia, this index also provides links to all of the other reports contained in Volume XXXI.

 

 

Title: The War of the Rebellion: a compilation of the official records of the Union and Confederate armies.
Series 1Volume XXXI; Part 2 - Reports
Chapter:XLIII - Operations in Kentucky, Southwest Virginia, Tennessee, Mississippi, North Alabama, and North Georgia. August 11-October 19, 1863
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: 1890
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1 Maj. Gen. Henry W. Halleck, General-in-Chief U. S. Army. 11
2 Abstract from returns of the Union forces at and about Chattanooga November 20, 1863. 12
3 Organization of the forces under command of Maj. Gen. Ulysses S. Grant, U. S. Army, engaged in the campaign. 14
4 Maj. Gen. Ulysses S. Grant, U. S. Army, commanding Military Division of the Mississippi, including operations since October 18, with orders and correspondence, November 19-29, congratulatory orders, and the thanks of Congress. 24
5 Mr. Charles A. Dana, Assistant Secretary of War, October 30-December 12. 52
6 Brig. Gen. William F. Smith, U. S. Army, Chief Engineer, Military Division of the Mississippi. 73
7 Brig. Gen. Montgomery C. Meigs, Quartermaster-General U. S. Army. 77
8 Return of Casualties in the Union forces. 80
9 Maj. Gen. George H. Thomas, U. S. Army, commanding Army of the Cumberland, including operations October 31-December 31, and field dispatches, etc., November 22-29. 90
10 Maj. Gen. Gordon Granger, U. S. Army, commanding Fourth Army Corps, including operations since November 18, with congratulatory orders, etc. 127
11 Surg. Alonzo J. Phelps, U. S. Army, Medical Director. 139
12 Brig. Gen. Charles Cruft, U. S. Army, commanding Second and Third Brigades, First Division, including operations November 22-December 2. 141
13 Brig. Gen. Walter C. Whitaker, U. S. Army, commanding Second Brigade. 154
14 Maj. George Hicks, Ninety-sixth Illinois Infantry. 159
15 Col. Bernard F. Mullen, Thirty-fifth Indiana Infantry. 160
16 Col. Sidney M. Barnes, Eighth Kentucky Infantry. 162
17 Col. Jacob E. Taylor, Fortieth Ohio Infantry. 164
18 Lieut. Col. Charles H. Wood, Fifty-first Ohio Infantry. 166
19 Lieut. Col. John E. Cummins, Ninety-ninth Ohio Infantry. 168
20 Col. William Grose, Thirty-sixth Indiana Infantry, commanding Third-Brigade. 169
21 Maj. Clayton Hale, Fifty-ninth Illinois Infantry. 174
22 Col John E. Bennett, Seventy-fifth Illinois Infantry. 177
23 Col. Louis H. Waters, Eighty-fourth Illinois Infantry. 180
24 Col. Isaac C. B. Suman, Ninth Indiana Infantry. 183
25 Maj. Gilbert Trtisler, Thirty-sixth Indiana Infantry. 185
26 Capt. George M. Bacon; Twenty-fourth Ohio Infantry. 186
27 Maj. Gen. Philip H. Sheridan, U. S. Army, commanding Second Division. 188
28 Col. Francis T. Sherman, Eighty-eighth Illinois Infantry, commanding First Brigade. 194
29 Lieut. Col. Porter C. Olson, Thirty-sixth Illinois Infantry. 196
30 Col. Wallace W. Barrett, Forty-fourth Illinois Infantry. 199
31 Col. James F. Jaquess, Seventy-third Illinois Infantry. 200
32 Col. Jason Marsh, Seventy-fourth Illinois Infantry. 201
33 Lieut. Col. George W. Chandler, Eighty-eighth Illinois Infantry. 203
34 Col. Michael Gooding, Twenty-second Indiana Infantry. 204
35 Lieut. Col. Arnold Beck, Second Missouri Infantry. 206
36 Capt. Samuel Rexinger, Fifteenth Missouri Infantry. 207
37 Maj. Carl von Baumbach, Twenty-fourth Wisconsin Infantry. 207
38 Brig. Gen. George D. Wagner, U. S. Army, commanding Second Brigade. 209
39 Col. John Q. Lane, Ninety-seventh Ohio Infantry, commanding Second Brigade. 211
40 Maj. Charles M. Hammond, One hundredth Illinois Infantry. 213
41 Maj. Frank White, Fifteenth Indiana Infantry. 214
42 Capt. Benjamin F. Hegler, Fifteenth Indiana Infantry. 216
43 Lieut. Col. Elias Neff, Fortieth Indiana Infantry. 217
44 Lieut. Col. George W. Lennard, Fifty-seventh Indiana Infantry. 219
45 Lieut. Col. Joseph Moore, Fifty-eighth Indiana Infantry. 221
46 Lieut. Col. William H. Young, Twenty-sixth Ohio Infantry. 222
47 Lieut. Col. Milton Barnes, Ninety-seventh Ohio Infantry. 226
48 Col. Charles G. Harker, Sixty-fifth Ohio Infantry, commanding Third Brigade. 228
49 Col. Emerson Opdycke, One hundred and twenty-fifth Ohio Infantry, commanding First Demi-Brigade. 233
50 Col. Allen Buckner, Seventy-ninth Illinois Infantry. 235
51 Col. Henry C. Dunlap, Third Kentucky Infantry. 237
52 Col. Alexander Mcllvain, Sixty-fourth Ohio Infantry. 240
53 Lieut. Col. William A. Bullitt, Third Kentucky Infantry, commanding Sixty-fifth Ohio Infantry. 241
54 Capt. Edward P. Bates, One hundred and twenty-fifth Ohio Infantry. 243
55 Col. Nathan H. Walworth, Forty-second Illinois Infantry, commanding Second Demi-Brigade. 245
56 Lieut. Col. Francis Swanwick, Twenty-second Illinois Infantry. 247
57 Col. Jonathan R. Miles, Twenty-seventh Illinois Infantry. 248
58 Capt. Edgar D. Swain, Forty-second Illinois Infantry. 249
59 Capt. Albert M. Tilton, Fifty-first Illinois Infantry. 250
60 Capt. William A. Naylor, Tenth Indiana Battery. 250
61 Brig. Gen. Thomas J. Wood, U. S. Army, commanding Third Division. 251
62 Brig. Gen. August Willich, U. S. Army, commanding First Brigade. 263
63 Col. Richard H. Nodine, Twenty-fifth Illinois Infantry. 266
64 Lieut. Col. William P. Chandler, Thirty-fifth Illinois Infantry. 266
65 Lieut. Col. William D. Williams, Eighty-ninth Illinois Infantry. 269
66 Col. Frank Erdelmeyer, Thirty-second Indiana Infantry. 270
67 Lieut. Col. Harvey J. Espy, Sixty-eighth Indiana Infantry. 271
68 Col. John A. Martin, Eighth Kansas Infantry. 273
69 Lieut. Col. Frank Askew, Fifteenth Ohio Infantry. 274
70 Maj. Samuel F. Gray, Forty-ninth Ohio Infantry. 277
71 Capt. John A, Gordon, Fifteenth Wisconsin Infantry. 279
72 Brig. Gen. William B. Hazen, U. S. Army, commanding Second Brigade. 279
73 Maj. Calvin D. Campbell, Sixth Indiana Infantry, including march to the relief of Knoxville. 284
74 Col. William W. Berry, Fifth Kentucky Infantry. 285
75 Maj. Richard T. Whitaker, Sixth Kentucky Infantry. 287
76 Lieut. Col. James C. Foy, Twenty-third Kentucky Infantry, including march to the relief of Knoxville. 288
77 Maj. Joab A. Stafford, First Ohio Infantry. 292
78 Lieut. Col. Alexander C. Christopher, Sixth Ohio Infantry. 294
79 Lieut. Col. Robert L. Kimberly, Forty-first Ohio Infantry. 295
80 Capt. Samuel B. Smith, Ninety-third Ohio Infantry. 298
81 Lieut. Col. James Pickands, One hundred and twenty-fourth Ohio Infantry. 299
82 Brig. Gen. Samuel Beatty, U. S. Army, commanding Third Brigade. 300
83 Col. Frederick Knefler, Seventy-ninth Indiana Infantry. 304
84 Col. George F. Dick, Eighty-sixth Indiana Infantry. 306
85 Col. George H. Cram, Ninth Kentucky Infantry. 308
86 Col. Alexander M. Stout, Seventeenth Kentucky Infantry. 309
87 Col Dwight Jarvis, jr., Thirteenth Ohio Infantry. 311
88 Col. Charles F. Manderson, Nineteenth Ohio Infantry. 312
89 Maj. Gen. Joseph Hooker, U. S. Army, commanding Eleventh and Twelfth Army Corps, with field dispatches and congratulatory orders. 313
90 Lieut. Henry C. Wharton, U. S. Corps of Engineers. 345
91 Maj. Gen. Oliver O. Howard, U. S. Army, commanding Eleventh Army Corps, including march to the relief of Knoxville, with complimentary orders. 346
92 Surg. Daniel G. Brinton, U. S. Army, Medical Director. 356
93 Brig. Gen. Adolph von Steinwehr, U. S. Army, commanding Second Division. 358
94 Col. Adolphus Buschbeck, Twenty-seventh Pennsylvania Infantry, commanding First Brigade. 360
95 Col. George W. Mindil, Thirty-third New Jersey Infantry. 361
96 Maj. David A. Peloubet, Thirty-third New Jersey Infantry. 363
97 Lieut. Col. Allan H. Jackson, One hundred and thirty-fourth New York Infantry. 364
98 Col. Patrick H. Jones, One hundred and fifty-fourth New York Infantry. 366
99 Maj. August Riedt, Twenty-seventh Pennsylvania Infantry, including march to the relief of Knoxville. 367
100 Lieut. Samuel D. Miller, Seventy-third Pennsylvania Infantry, including march to the relief of Knoxville. 370
101 Col. Orland Smith, Seventy-third Ohio Infantry, commanding Second Brigade, including march to the relief of Knoxville. 371
102 Lieut. Col. Godfrey Rider, jr., Thirty-third Massachusetts Infantry, including march to the relief of Knoxville. 376
103 Col. James Wood, jr., One hundred and thirty-sixth New York Infantry, including march to the relief of Knoxville. 377
104 Col. Charles B. Gambee, Fifty-fifth Ohio Infantry, including march to the relief of Knoxville. 379
105 Maj. Samuel II. Hurst, Seventy-third Ohio Infantry. 380
106 Maj. Gen. Carl Schurz, U. S. Army, commanding Third Division, including march to the relief of Knoxville. 381
107 Itineraries of the First Brigade (Brig. Gen. Hector Tyndale) and the Third Brigade (Col. Frederick Hecker), November 1-30. 383
108 Maj. Thomas W. Osborn, Chief of Artillery. 384
109 Capt. Michael Wiedrich. First New York Light Artillery, Chief of Artillery, Second Division. 386
110 Capt. William Wheeler, Thirteenth New York Battery, including march to the relief of Knoxville. 387
111 Lieut. Christopher F. Merkle, Battery G, Fourth U. S. Artillery. 389
112 Brig. Gen. John W. Geary, U. S. Army, commanding Second Division, Twelfth Army Corps, with congratulatory orders. 390
113 Col. Charles Candy, Sixty-sixth Ohio Infantry, commanding First Brigade. 411
114 Col. Thomas J. Ahl, Twenty-eighth Pennsylvania Infantry, commanding regiment and First Brigade. 413
115 Col. John H. Patrick, Fifth Ohio Infantry. 416
116 Capt. Ernst J. Krieger, Seventh Ohio Infantry. 417
117 Col. William T. Fitch, Twenty-ninth Ohio Infantry. 419
118 Capt. Thomas McConnell, Sixty-sixth Ohio Infantry. 420
119 Lieut. Col. Ario Pardee, jr., One hundred and forty-seventh Pennsylvania Infantry. 421
120 Col. George A. Cobham, jr., One hundred and eleventh Pennsylvania Infantry, commanding Second Brigade. 424
121 Col. William Rickards, jr., Twenty-ninth Pennsylvania Infantry. 428
122 Lieut. Col. Thomas M. Walker, One hundred and eleventh Pennsylvania Infantry. 433
123 Col. David Ireland, One hundred and thirty-seventh New York Infantry, commanding Third Brigade. 435
124 Col. Abel Godard - Sixtieth New York Infantry. 441
125 Col. James C. Lane, One hundred and second New York Infantry. 443
126 Capt. Milo B. Eldredge, One hundred and thirty-seventh New York Infantry. 445
127 Lieut. Col. Charles B. Randall, One hundred and forty-ninth New York Infantry. 447
128 Maj. John A. Reynolds, Chief of Artillery. 452
129 Maj. Gen. John M. Palmer, U. S. Army, commanding Fourteenth Army Corps. 455
130 Itinerary of the Fourteenth Army Corps, November 1-30. 456
131 Surg. Ferdinand H. Gross, U. S. Army, Medical Director. 457
132 Brig. Gen. Richard W. Johnson, U. S. Army, commanding First Division. 458
133 Brig. Gen. William P. Carlin, U. S. Army, commanding First Brigade. 462
134 Lieut. Col. Douglas Hapeman, One hundred and fourth Illinois Infantry. 466
135 Lieut. Col. Daniel F. Griffin, Thirty-eighth Indiana Infantry. 467
136 Lieut. Col. William T. B. Mclntire, Forty-second Indiana Infantry. 470
137 Col. Cyrus E. Briant, Eighty-eighth Indiana Infantry. 471
138 Col. Anson G. McCook, Second Ohio Infantry. 473
139 Capt. James H. M. Montgomery, Thirty-third Ohio Infantry. 475
140 Maj. Rue P. Hutchins, Ninety-fourth Ohio Infantry. 478
141 Col. William L. Stoughtdn, Eleventh Michigan Infantry, commanding Second Brigade. 479
142 Col. Marshall F. Moore, Sixty-ninth Ohio Infantry, commanding Demi-Brigade. 481
143 Lieut. Col. Alexander W. Raffen, Nineteenth Illinois Infantry. 484
144 Capt. Patrick H. Keegan, Eleventh Michigan Infantry. 485
145 Maj. James J. Hanna, Sixty-ninth Ohio Infantry. 485
146 Capt. Robert E. A. Crofton, Sixteenth U. S. Infantry, commanding Sixteenth and Nineteenth U. S. Infantry. 487
147 Capt. George W. Smith, Eighteenth U. S. Infantry. 488
148 Brig. Gen. Jefferson C. Davis, U. S. Army, commanding Second Division, including march to the relief of Knoxville. 490
149 Brig. Gen. James. Morgan, U.S. Army, commanding First Brigade, including march to the relief of Knoxville. 495
150 Col. Samuel W. Price, Twenty-first Kentucky Infantry, including march to the relief of Knoxville. 498
151 Lieut. Col. Oscar Van Tassell, Thirty-fourth Illinois Infantry, Second - Brigade, including march to the relief of Knoxville. 500
152 Lieut. Col. Carter Van Vieck, Seventy-eighth Illinois Infantry, including - march to the relief of Knoxville. 501
153 Col. Daniel McCook, Fifty-second Ohio Infantry, commanding Third Brigade, including march to the relief of Knoxville. 503
154 Col. Oscar F. Harmon, One hundred and twenty-fifth Illinois Infantry, including march to the relief of Knoxville. 504
155 Maj. James T. Holmes, Fifty-second Ohio Infantry, including march to the relief of Knoxville. 505
156 Brig. Gen. Absalom Baird, U. S. Army, commanding Third Division. 507
157 Brig. Gen. John B. Turchin, U. S. Army, commanding First Brigade. 512
158 Col. Morton C. Hunter, Eighty-second Indiana Infantry. 517
159 Lieut. Col. Ogden Street, Eleventh Ohio Infantry. 518
160 Capt. Benjamin H. Showers, Seventeenth Ohio Infantry. 520
161 Lieut. Col. Frederick W. Lister, Thirty-first Ohio Infantry. 521
162 Lieut. Col. Hiram F. Devol, Thirty-sixth Ohio Infantry. 522
163 Capt. John H. Jolly, Eighty-ninth Ohio Infantry. 524
164 Capt. Edward Grosvenor, Ninety-second Ohio Infantry. 525
165 Col. Ferdinand Van Derveei, Thirty-fifth Ohio Infantry, commanding Second Brigade. 527
166 Col. Milton S. Robinson, Seventy-fifth Indiana Infantry. 529
167 Col. Newell Gleason, Eighty-seventh Indiana Infantry. 531
168 Lieut. Col. Thomas Doan, One hundred and first Indiana Infantry. 533
169 Lieut. Col. Judson W. Bishop, Second Minnesota Infantry. 533
170 Col. Gustave Kammerling, Ninth Ohio Infantry. 536
171 Maj. Joseph L. Budd, Thirty-fifth Ohio Infantry. 537
172 Lieut. Col. William R. Tolles, One hundred and fifth Ohio Infantry. 539
173 Col. William H. Hays, Tenth Kentucky Infantry, commanding Third Brigade. 540
174 Lieut. Col. Marsh B. Taylor, Tenth Indiana Infantry. 542
175 Lieut. Col. Myron Baker. Seventy-fourth Indiana Infantry. 543
176 Maj. Robert M. Kelly, Fourth Kentucky Infantry. 545
177 Lieut. Col. Gabriel C. Wharton, Tenth Kentucky Infantry. 547
178 Lieut. Col. Henry D. Kingsbury, Fourteenth Ohio Infantry. 549
179 Maj. Charles Greenwood, Thirty-eighth Ohio Infantry. 550
180 Brig. Gen. John M. Brannan, U.S. Army, Chief of Artillery, Army of the Cumberland. 551
181 Capt. James H. Stokes, Chicago Board of Trade Battery, commanding right batteries. 554
182 Col. James Barnett, First Ohio Light Artillery, commanding First Division, Artillery Reserve. 556
183 Capt. Josiah W. Church, First Michigan Light Artillery, commanding First Brigade, Second Division. 558
184 Lieut. Obadiah German, Eighth Wisconsin Battery. 559
185 Col. Eli Long, Fourth Ohio Cavalry, commanding Second Brigade, Second Cavalry Division, of raid on the East Tennessee and Georgia Railroad, and including operations November 17, 1863 January 3, 1864. 560
186 Lieut. Col. Edward Kitchell, Ninety-eighth Illinois (mounted) Infantry, of raid on the East Tennessee and Georgia Railroad. 565
187 Lieut. Col. Henry Jordan, Seventeenth Indiana (mounted) Infantry, of raid on the East Tennessee and Georgia Railroad. 566
188 Maj. Horace Gray, Fourth Michigan Cavalry, of raid on the East Tennessee and Georgia Railroad. 567
189 Maj. Gen. William T. Sherman, U. S. Army, commanding Army of the Tennessee, including operations since September 22, and march to the relief of Knoxville, with field dispatches November 18-29, and thanks of Congress. 568
190 Capt. Ocran H. Howard, Chief Signal Officer, Army of the Tennessee. 596
191 Brig. Gen. Peter J. Osterhaus, U. S. Army, commanding First Division, Fifteenth Army Corps. 598
192 Brig. Gen. Charles R. Woods, U.S. Army, commanding First Brigade. 606
193 Col. Thomas Curly, Twenty-seventh Missouri Infantry. 610
194 Maj. Willard Warner, Seventy-sixth Ohio Infantry. 611
195 Col. James A. Williamson, Fourth Iowa Infantry, commanding Second Brigade. 613
196 Lieut. Col. George Burton, Fourth Iowa Infantry. 618
197 Col. David Carskaddon, Ninth Iowa Infantry. 619
198 Col. George A. Stone, Twenty-fifth Iowa Infantry. 621
199 Col. Milo Smith, Twenty-sixth Iowa Infantry. 624
200 Lieut. Col. Aurelius Roberts, Thirtieth Iowa Infantry. 625
201 Lieut. Col. Jeremiah W. Jenkins, Thirty-first Iowa Infantry. 627
202 Itinerary of the First Brigade, Second Division, Col. Nathan W. Topper commanding, November 1-30. 628
203 Brig. Gen. Joseph A. J. Lightburn, U. S. Army, commanding Second Brigade. 629
204 Brig. Gen. Hugh Ewing, U.S. Army, commanding Fourth Division, including operations since September 28. 630
205 Col. John M. Loomis, Twenty-sixth Illinois Infantry, commanding First Brigade. 633
206 Col. Charles C. Walcott, Forty-sixth Ohio Infantry, commanding Second Brigade. 636
207 Col. Joseph R. Cockerill. Seventieth Ohio Infantry, commanding Third Brigade, including operations since September 28, and march to the relief of Knoxville. 639
208 Capt. Henry Richardson, First Missouri Light Artillery, Chief of Artillery. 640
209 Brig. Gen. John E. Smith, U. S. Army, commanding Second Division, Seventeenth Army Corps, including operations since September 29. 641
210 Col. Jesse I. Alexander, Fifty-ninth Indiana Infantry, commanding First Brigade. 645
211 Lieut. Col. John E. Tourtellotte, Fourth Minnesota Infantry. 646
212 Col. Clark R. Wever, Seventeenth Iowa Infantry, Second Brigade. 647
213 Col. Francis C. Deimling, Tenth Missouri Infantry. 649
214 Brig. Gen. Charles L. Matthies, U. S. Army, commanding Third Brigade. 651
215 Lieut. Col. Nicholas C. Buswell, Ninety-third Illinois Infantry. 653
216 Col. Jabez Banbury, Fifth Iowa Infantry. 654
     
  THE CONFEDERATE ARMY.  
     
217 Abstract from returns of the Army of Tennessee October 31 and December 10, 1863. 656
218 Organization of the Army of Tennessee, General Braxton Bragg, C. S. Army, commanding, November 20, 1863. 657
219 General Braxton Bragg, C. S. Army, commanding Army of Tennessee, with field dispatches, etc. 664
220 Return of Casualties in the Confederate forces. 683
221 Brig. Gen. John K. Jackson, C. S. Army, commanding Cheathams division, Hardees corps. 684
222 Brig. Gen. Edward C. Walthall, C. S. Army, commanding brigade. 692
223 Col. William F. Dowd, Twenty-fourth Mississippi Infantry. 698
224 Lieut. Col. A. J. Jones, Twenty-seventh Mississippi Infantry. 700
225 Col. William F. Brantly, Twenty-ninth Mississippi Infantry. 701
226 Maj. James M. Johnson, Thirtieth Mississippi Infantry. 702
227 Capt. H. J. Bowen, Thirty-fourth Mississippi Infantry. 703
228 Brig. Gen. John C. Moore, C. S. Army, commanding brigade. 704
229 Brig. Gen. Marcus J. Wright, C. S. Army, commanding brigade. 706
230 Col. John H. Anderson, Eighth Tennessee Infantry, commanding regiment and Wrights brigade. 710
231 Lieut. Col. Chris. C. McKinney, Eighth Tennessee Infantry. 712
232 Capt. Benjamin Randals, Sixteenth Tennessee Infantry. 713
233 Col. Sidney S. Stanton, Twenty-eighth Tennessee Infantry. 714
234 Lieut. Col. John G. Hall, Fifty-first Tennessee Infantry, commanding Fifty-first and Fifty-second Tennessee Infantry. 715
235 Capt. R. F. Kolb, Alabama battery. 716
236 Lieut. R. T. Gibson, Howells (Georgia) battery, Walkers division. 716
237 Maj. Gen. Carter L. Stevenson, C. S. Army, commanding division and Left Flank, Army of Tennessee. 717
238 Brig. Gen. John C. Brown, C. S. Army, commanding brigade and Stevenson’s division. 725
239 Capt. Max Van Den Corput, Cherokee (Georgia) Artillery. 728
240 Lieut. Col. William R. Butler, Eighteenth Tennessee Infantry, commanding Eighteenth and Twenty-sixth Tennessee Infantry. 729
241 Maj. John P. McGuire, Thirty-second Tennessee Infantry. 730
242 Col. Anderson Searcy, Forty-fifth Tennessee Infantry, commanding Forty-fifth Tennessee Infantry and Newmans battalion. 731
243 Brig. Gen. Edmund W. Pettus, C. S. Army, commanding brigade. 731
244 Col Charles M. Shelley, Thirtieth Alabama Infantry. 733
245 Brig. Gen. Alfred Cumming, C. S. Army, commanding brigade. 733
246 Brig. Gen. William B. Bate, C. S. Army, commanding Breckinridges division, Breckinridges corps. 738
247 Return of Casualties in Stewarts division. 745
248 Maj. Gen. Patrick R. Cleburne, C. S. Army, commanding division, etc., with thanks of the Confederate Congress. 745
249 Lieut. Richard W. Goldthwaite, Semples (Alabama) battery. 758
250 Brig. Gen. Lucius E. Polk, commanding brigade. 760
251 Capt. M. H. Dixon, Third Confederate Infantry, commanding Third and Fifth Confederate Infantry. 761
252 Lieut. Col. William J. Hale, Second Tennessee Infantry. 762
253 Col. Daniel C. Govan, Second Arkansas Infantry, commanding Liddells brigade. 763
254 Lieut. Col. E. Warfield, Second Arkansas Infantry, commanding Second, Fifteenth, and Twenty-fourth Arkansas Infantry. 764
255 Col. John E. Murray, Fifth Arkansas Infantry, commanding Fifth and Thirteenth Arkansas Infantry. 764
256 Lieut. Col. Peter Snyder, Seventh Arkansas Infantry, commanding Sixth and Seventh Arkansas Infantry. 766
257 Lieut. Col. A. S. Hutchison, Nineteenth Arkansas Infantry, commanding Eighth and Nineteenth Arkansas Infantry. 767
258 Brig. Gen. Mark P. Lowrey, C. S. Army, commanding brigade. 768
259 Maj. Frederick A. Ashford, Sixteenth Alabama Infantry. 769
260 Col. Samuel Adams, Thirty-third Alabama Infantry, commanding Thirty third Alabama Infantry and Gibsons battalion. 770
261 Lieut. Col. H. D. Lampley, Forty-fifth Alabama Infantry. 771
262 Col. A. B. Hardcastle, Forty-fifth Mississippi Infantry, commanding Thirty-second and Forty-fifth Mississippi Infantry. 772
263 Capt. T. M. Steger, Fifteenth Mississippi Battalion Sharpshooters. 773
264 Col. H. B. Granbury, Seventh Texas Infantry, commanding Smiths brigade. 773
265 Capt. John R. Kennard, Tenth Texas Infantry, commanding Sixth and Tenth Texas Infantry and Fifteenth Texas (dismounted) Cavalry. 775
266 Capt. C. E. Talley, Seventh Texas Infantry. 777
267 Maj. William A. Taylor, Twenty-fourth Texas (dismounted) Cavalry, commanding Seventeenth, Eighteenth, Twenty-fourth, and Twenty-fifth Texas (dismounted) Cavalry. 778
268 Brig. Gen. John H. Kelly, C. S. Army, commanding Fourth Cavalry Division. 799

 

Official Records Index to Volume XXX, Chapter XLII, Operations in Kentucky, Southwest Virginia, Tennessee, Mississippi, North Alabama, and North Georgia August 11-October 19, 1863.
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