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Official Reports Index

Index of Official Reports

Military officers in command of troops are generally required to report their activities periodically, especially after significant engagements. This is a list of the reports made by many of the officers for the Maryland Campaign of 1862 - the battles for Harpers Ferry and Martinsburg, at Turner's, Fox's, and Crampton's Gaps on South Mountain, at Antietam or Sharpsburg, and at Shepherdstown.

Our source is the Official Records (ORs)*, from which the texts are taken verbatim. There are reports published in the ORs relating to the Campaign written by 320 of the officers who were there. We have prepared and posted them here.

These are sorted alphabetically by the author's name. Click on his name to see the full text of an officer's report.

Federal

Reports for the Battle of Antietam unless otherwise specified

LCol Alexander Duncan Adams, 27th New York Infantry
Report of September 23, 1862 of Crampton's Gap

Col Peter Hollingshead Allabach, 2nd Brigade, 3rd Division, V Corps
Reports of April 4, 1863

LCol Robert Anderson, 9th Pennsylvania Reserves
Report of September 22, 1862 on South Mountain

Capt Thomas McArthur Anderson, 12th United States Infantry, Second Battalion
Report of Sepember 26, 1862

Col George Leonard Andrews, 2nd Massachusetts Infantry
Report of September 26, 1862

Maj George Lippitt Andrews, 17th United States Infantry, First Battalion
Report of Sepember 24, 1862 of Shepherdstown

Col John W Andrews, 1st Delaware Infantry
Reports of September 1862 for his Regiment and the 3rd Brigade, French's Div

Capt Romeyn Beck Ayres, 2nd Division, VI Corps Artillery
Reports of September 1862 of Crampton's Gap and Antietam

Capt Nathan S. Babcock, 77th New York Infantry
Report of September 20, 1862

Maj Silas Milton Baily, 8th Pennsylvania Reserves
Report of October 2, 1862

Col Francis Channing Barlow, 61st New York Infantry
Report of September 20, 1862

Col James Barnes, 1st Brigade, 1st Division, V Corps
Report of September 25, 1862 on skirmish at Shepherdstown Sept 20

Col Joseph Jackson Bartlett, 2nd Brigade, 1st Division, VI Corps
1862 Report on Crampton's Gap

Lt Samuel Nicoll Benjamin, 2nd United States Artillery, Battery E
Reports of September 20, 1862 on South Mountain and Antietam

Capt Clermont Livingston Best, XII Corps Artillery
Report of September 22, 1862

Lt Henry Martin Binney, Harpers Ferry Garrison
Report of September 18, 1862 of Harpers Ferry

Capt Matthew Marsh Blunt, 12th United States Infantry, First Battalion
Report of September 25, 1862

Capt Andrew Jackson Bolar, 12th Pennsylvania Reserves
Report of October 2, 1862

Capt Levi Clark Bootes, 1st and 6th United States Infantry
Report of Sepember 25, 1862 of Antietam and Shepherdstown

LCol Edward Stuyvesant Bragg, 6th Wisconsin Infantry
Reports of September 1862 on South Mountain and Antietam

Capt Charles Brestel, 7th New York Infantry
Report of September 20, 1862

Col John Rutter Brooke, 3rd Brigade, 1st Division, II Corps
Report of September 19, 1862

BGen William Thomas Harbaugh Brooks, 2nd Brigade, 2nd Division, VI Corps
Reports of September 1862 on Crampton's Gap and Antietam

Col Henry W Brown, 3rd New Jersey Infantry
Reports of September 15, 1862 of Crampton's Gap

Capt William Harvey Brown, 14th United States Infantry, First Battalion
Report of September 24, 1862

LCol Charles Russell Brundage, 60th New York Infantry
Reports of September 1862 on the 3rd Brigade, Greene's Division and his Regiment

LCol Robert Christie Buchanan, 1st Brigade, 2nd Division, V Corps
Report of Sepember 26, 1862 of Antietam and Shepherdstown

Col Samuel L Buck, 2nd New Jersey Infantry
Reports of September 1862 of Crampton's Gap and Antietam

MGen Ambrose Everett Burnside, Ninth (IX) Army Corps
Report of September 30, 1862

Col Henry Lutz Cake, 96th Pennsylvania Infantry
Report of September 23, 1862 of Crampton's Gap and Antietam

BGen John Curtis Caldwell, 1st Brigade, 1st Division, II Corps
Report of September 24, 1862

Capt John Benton Callis, 7th Wisconsin Infantry
Reports of September 1862 on South Mountain and Antietam

Col Ezra Ayres Carman, 13th New Jersey Infantry
Report of September 24, 1862

Maj James Cavanagh, 69th New York Infantry
Report of September 21, 1862

Maj Alford B Chapman, 57th New York Infantry
Report of September 24, 1862

Col Benjamin C Christ, 1st Brigade, 1st Division, IX Corps
Reports of September 1862 on South Mountain and Antietam

LCol John C Clark, 3rd Pennsylvania Reserves
Report of October 2, 1862

Lt John N Coffin, Massachusetts Light Artillery, 8th Battery
Report of September 21, 1862

Col Silas Colgrove, 27th Indiana Infantry
Report of September 22, 1862

LCol Mark W Collet, 1st New Jersey Infantry
Report of September 16, 1862 of Crampton's Gap

Maj John Collins, 5th Ohio Infantry
Report of September 24, 1862

Maj James Monroe Stewart Comly, 23rd Ohio Infantry
Reports of September 1862 on South Mountain and Antietam

Capt Asa M Cook, Massachusetts Light Artillery, 8th Battery
Reports of September 21, 1862 on South Mountain & Antietam

Capt James H Cooper, 1st Pennsylvania Light Artillery, Battery B
Report on South Mountain

LCol Joseph W Corning, 33rd New York Infantry
Report of September 20, 1862

Capt George W Cothran, 1st New York Light Artillery, Battery M
Report of September 18, 1862

Col Richard Coulter, 11th Pennsylvania Infantry
Report of September 21, 1862

Capt Andrew Cowan, New York Light Artillery, 1st Battery
Report of September 23, 1862

BGen Jacob Dolson Cox, Kanawha Division, IX Corps
Reports of September 1862 on South Mountain (Div) and Antietam (IX Corps)

Maj Orrin J Crane, 7th Ohio Infantry
Report of September 25, 1862 of the 1st Brigade, Greene's Division

BGen Samuel Wylie Crawford, 1st Brigade, 1st Division, XII Corps
Report of October 21, 1862

Col George Crook, 36th Ohio Infantry
Reports of September 20, 1862 on South Mountain and Antietam (for 2nd Brig, Kanawha Division)

Col Edward Ephraim Cross, 5th New Hampshire Infantry
Reports of September 18th, 1862

LCol Joseph Bridgham Curtis, 4th Rhode Island Infantry
Report of September 22, 1862

BGen Napoleon Jackson Tecumseh Dana, 3rd Brigade, 2nd Division, II Corps
Report of September 30, 1862

Capt Levin Bevins Day, 3rd Delaware Infantry
Report of September 27, 1862

Capt Samuel Bernard Dick, 9th Pennsylvania Reserves
Reports of September and October 1862 of Turner's Gap and Antietam

BGen Abner Doubleday, 1st Division, I Corps
Reports on South Mountain and Antietam of September 1862

Capt Hiram Dryer, 4th United States Infantry
Report of Sepember 25, 1862

Capt William W Dudley, 19th Indiana Infantry
Report of September 21, 1862

BGen Abram Duryée, 1st Brigade, 2nd Division, I Corps
Report of September 20, 1862

Col Hugh Boyle Ewing, 30th Ohio Infantry
Reports of September 1862 on South Mountain (Regt) and Antietam (Brig)

Col Harrison Stiles Fairchild, 1st Brigade, 3rd Division, IX Corps
Report of September 23, 1862 on South Mountain and Antietam

Col Lucius Fairchild, 2nd Wisconsin Infantry
Report of September 20, 1862 on South Mountain

BGen Edward Ferrero, 2nd Brigade, 2nd Division, IX Corps
Reports of September 1862 on South Mountain and Antietam

LCol James Sullivan Fillebrown, 10th Maine Infantry
Report of September 25, 1862

Capt Benjamin Franklin Fisher, Army of the Potomac
Report of September 30, 1862

Col Joseph Washington Fisher, 5th Pennsylvania Reserves
Report of September 22, 1862

Maj DeLancey Floyd-Jones, 11th United States Infantry, First Battalion
Report of Sepember 25, 1862 of Antietam and Shepherdstown

Col Thomas H Ford, 3rd Brigade, HF Garrison
Report of September 1862 of Harpers Ferry

LCol Henry Fowler, 63rd New York Infantry
Undated Report

Capt John D Frank, 1st New York Light Artillery, Battery G
Report of September 18, 1862

Col Paul Frank, 52nd New York Infantry
Report of September 20, 1862

MGen William Buel Franklin, Sixth (VI) Army Corps
Reports of September & October 1862 of Crampton's Gap and Antietam

BGen William Henry French, 3rd Division, II Corps
Report of September 20, 1862

LCol Theodore Burr Gates, 80th New York Infantry/20th NYS Militia
Reports of September 1862 on South Mountain and Antietam

LCol Joseph Gerhardt, 46th New York Infantry
Reports of September 1862 on South Mountain and Antietam

BGen John Gibbon, 4th Brigade, 1st Division, I Corps
Reports of September 20, 1862 on South Mountain and Antietam

Lt Joseph Gloskowski, Army of the Potomac
Report of November 29, 1862

BGen George Henry Gordon, 3rd Brigade, 1st Division, XII Corps
Report of September 24, 1862

BGen Willis Arnold Gorman, 1st Brigade, 2nd Division, II Corps
Report of September 20, 1862

Capt William Montrose Graham, 1st United States Artillery, Battery K
Report of October 4, 1862

BGen George Sears Greene, 2nd Division, XII Corps
Reports of September 29, 1862

Col Edgar Mantlebert Gregory, 91st Pennsylvania Infantry
Report of April 4, 1863

BGen Charles Griffin, 2nd Brigade, 1st Division, V Corps
Report of October 6, 1862 of Operations September 17 - 24

LCol James Gwyn, 118th Pennsylvania Infantry
Report of September 30, 1862 on skirmish at Shepherdstown Sept 20

Lt Peter Conover Hains, 2nd United States Artillery, Battery M
Report of September 26, 1862

Maj Isaac Lawrence Haldeman, 124th Pennsylvania Infantry
Report of September 25, 1862

Col Norman Jonathan Hall, 7th Michigan Infantry
Report of September 20, 1862 on the 3rd Brigade, Sedgwick's Division

BGen Winfield Scott Hancock, 1st Brigade, 2nd Division, VI Corps
Report of September 29, 1862

Col Edward Harland, 2nd Brigade, 3rd Division, IX Corps
Report of September 22, 1862

Col William Harrow, 14th Indiana Infantry
Report of September 19, 1862

BGen John Porter Hatch, 1st Division, I Corps
Report of September 15, 1862 on South Mountain

Col William B Hatch, 4th New Jersey Infantry
Report of September 16, 1862 of Crampton's Gap

LCol William Hays, VCorps Artillery Reserve
Report of September 30, 1862

Col Jacob Higgins, 125th Pennsylvania Infantry
Report of September 22, 1862

Maj George Henry Hildt, 30th Ohio Infantry
Report of September 20, 1862

LCol John William Hofmann, 56th Pennsylvania Infantry
Reports of September 1862 on South Mountain and Antietam for 2nd Brig/1st Div/I Corps, and on South Mountain for his Regiment

MGen Joseph Hooker, First (I) Army Corps
Reports of November 1862 on South Mountain and Antietam

BGen Oliver Otis Howard, 2nd Brigade, 2nd Division, II Corps
Report of September 20, 1862 on Sedgwick's Division

Col Henry W. Hudson, 82nd New York Infantry (2nd Militia)
Report of September 20, 1862

BGen Andrew Atkinson Humphreys, 3rd Division, V Corps
Request for Court of Inquiry and Summary of Operations 12 - 18 September

BGen Henry Jackson Hunt, Army of the Potomac
Report of February 6, 1863 on Artillery Operations of September 5-20

Maj Thomas Worcester Hyde, 7th Maine Infantry
Report of September 19, 1862

LCol Rufus Ingalls, Army of the Potomac
Reports of February and September 1863

Col William Howard Irwin, 3rd Brigade, 2nd Division, VI Corps
Report of September 22, 1862 on Crampton's Gap and Antietam

Capt John B Isler, 1st United States Sharpshooters
Report of October 14, 1862 on skirmish at Shepherdstown Sept 20

Maj Lyman J Jackson, 11th Ohio Infantry
Reports of September 20, 1862 on South Mountain and Antietam

Col Nathaniel James Jackson, 5th Maine Infantry
Report of September 23, 1862 of Crampton's Gap

LCol Samuel McCartney Jackson, 11th Pennsylvania Reserves
Report of October 2, 1862

Maj Edward Jardine, 9th New York Infantry
Report of September 20, 1862 of colors captured at Antietam

Maj George Washington Johnson, 49th New York Infantry
Report of September 20, 1862

LCol Patrick Kelly, 88th New York Infantry
Report of October 5, 1862

LCol Edgar Allison Kimball, 9th New York Infantry
Report of September 20, 1862 on the Campaign

LCol John White Kimball, 15th Massachusetts Infantry
Report of September 20, 1862

Col Nathan Kimball, 1st Brigade, 3rd Division, II Corps
Report of September 18, 1862

Col Joseph Farmer Knipe, 46th Pennsylvania Infantry
Report of October 1, 1862

LCol James Crandall Lane, 102nd New York Infantry
Reports of September1862 of his Regiment and the 2nd Brigade, Greene's Division

Surg Jonathan Letterman, Army of the Potomac
Report of March 1, 1863

Maj Charles Swain Lovell, 2nd Brigade, 2nd Division, V Corps
Report of Sepember 25, 1862 on skirmish at Shepherdstown Sept 20

Col Peter Lyle, 90th Pennsylvania Infantry
Report of September 19, 1862 on South Mountain and Antietam

Maj Chauncey A Lyman, 7th Pennsylvania Reserves
Report of October 1, 1862

Capt James MacThomson, 107th Pennsylvania Infantry
Report of October 7, 1862 on South Mountain and Antietam

Col Albert Lewis Magilton, 2nd Brigade, 3rd Division, I Corps
Reports of September 21, 1862 on South Mountain and Antietam

MGen George Brinton McClellan, Army of the Potomac
Reports of Sept & Oct 1862; Aug 1863

Capt Dennis McGee, 13th Pennsylvania Reserves (1st Rifles)
Reports of September 22, 1862

Maj Henry Bloomfield McIlvaine, Harpers Ferry Garrison
Report of September 19, 1862 of Harpers Ferry

Maj Henry Boyd McKeen, 81st Pennsylvania Infantry
Report of September 20, 1862

Capt David Bell McKibbin, 14th United States Infantry, Second Battalion
Report of Sepember 25, 1862

LCol Richards McMichael, 53rd Pennsylvania Infantry
Report of September 21, 1862

Capt James R McMullin, Ohio Light Artillery, First Battery
Report of September 16, 1862 on South Mountain

BGen George Gordon Meade, 3rd Division, I Corps
Report of September 22, 1862

MGen Thomas Francis Meagher, 2nd Brigade, 1st Division, II Corps
Report of September 30, 1862 with Brigade casualties

Col Solomon Meredith, 19th Indiana Infantry
Report of September 20, 1862 on South Mountain

LCol Nelson Appleton Miles, 61st New York Infantry
Report of September 19, 1862

Lt Samuel A Moffett, 94th New York Infantry
Report of September 20, 1862 on South Mountain and Antietam

Capt J (John) Albert Monroe, 1st Division, I Corps Artillery
Report of September 26, 1862

Col Dwight Morris, 2nd Brigade, 3rd Division, II Corps
Report of September 19, 1862

Maj Albert James Myer, Army of the Potomac
Report of October 6, 1862

LCol George Ranney Myers, 18th New York Infantry
Report of September 24, 1862 on Crampton's Gap

Capt Henry R Myers, 88th Pennsylvania Infantry
Report of September 19, 1862

BGen James Nagle, 1st Brigade, 2nd Division, IX Corps
Reports of September 20, 1862 on South Mountain and Antietam

BGen John Newton, 3rd Brigade, 1st Division, VI Corps
Report of September 24, 1862 on Crampton's Gap

Capt Charles D Owen, 1st Rhode Island Light Artillery, Battery G
Report of September 23, 1862

Col Joshua Thomas Owen, 69th Pennsylvania Infantry
Report of September 20, 1862 on the 2nd Brigade, Sedgwick's Division

Col Oliver Hazard Palmer, 108th New York Infantry
Report of September 19, 1862

BGen Marsena Rudolph Patrick, 3rd Brigade, 1st Division, I Corps
Reports of September 1862 on South Mountain and Antietam

LCol Sanford H Perkins, 14th Connecticut Infantry
Report of September 19, 1862

Capt Rufus Dudley Pettit, 1st New York Light Artillery, Battery B
Report of September 26, 1862

Col Walter Phelps, Jr., 1st Brigade, 1st Division, I Corps
Reports of September 1862 on South Mountain and Antietam

LCol Francis Effingham Pinto, 31st New York Infantry
Report of September 16, 1862 of Crampton's Gap

BGen Alfred Pleasonton, Pleasonton's Cavalry Division
Report of September 19, 1862 on the Maryland Campaign

Lt John Scroggs Poland, 2nd and 10th United States Infantry
Reports of Sepember 22 & 24, 1862 of Antietam and Shepherdstown

MGen Fitz John Porter, Fifth (V) Army Corps
Report of October 1, 1862 of Operations of September 11 - 20

LCol Eugene Powell, 66th Ohio Infantry
Report of September 25, 1862

Lt Alanson Merwin Randol, 1st United States Artillery, Batteries E and G
Report of Sepember 1862 of Antietam and Shepherdstown

Maj William Raphael, 28th Pennsylvania Infantry
Report of September 23, 1862

LCol Richard H Richardson, 26th New York Infantry
Report of September 19, 1862 on South Mountain and Antietam

BGen James Brewerton Ricketts, 2nd Division, I Corps
Report of September 21, 1862

Col R Biddle Roberts, 1st Pennsylvania Reserves
Report of September 16, 1862 on Turner's Gap

LCol D. Watson Rowe, 126th Pennsylvania Infantry
Report of April 11, 1863

Col Thomas Howard Ruger, 3rd Wisconsin Infantry
Report of September 22, 1862

LCol Franklin Sawyer, 8th Ohio Infantry
Report of September 18, 1862

Col Eliakim Parker Scammon, 1st Brigade, Kanawha Division, IX Corps
Reports of September 1862 on South Mountain (Brigade) and Antietam (Div)

LCol Joel J Seaver, 16th New York Infantry
Report of September 22, 1862 of Crampton's Gap

LCol James Levan Selfridge, 46th Pennsylvania Infantry
Report of September 22, 1862

Capt Frederick A. Seymour, 7th Ohio Infantry
Report of September 25, 1862

BGen Truman Seymour, 1st Brigade, 3rd Division, I Corps
Report of September 24, 1862 on South Mountain

LCol Benjamin L Simpson, Purnell Legion (Maryland) Infantry
Report of September 30, 1862

Col William Sinclair, 6th Pennsylvania Reserves
Report of September 21, 1862

MGen Henry Warner Slocum, 1st Division, VI Corps
Reports of September 1862

Capt Jonathan Parker Smith, 10th Pennsylvania Reserves
Report of October 7, 1862

MGen William Farrar Smith, 2nd Division, VI Corps
Reports of September 1862 of Crampton's Gap and Antietam

Col Joseph Snider, 7th West Virginia Infantry
Report of September 20, 1862

Capt Henry R Stagg, 78th New York Infantry
Report of September 27, 1862

Lt James Stewart, 4th United States Artillery, Battery B
Report of September 24, 1862

Capt David L Stricker, 2nd Delaware Infantry
Report of September 21, 1862

BGen Samuel Davis Sturgis, 2nd Division, IX Corps
Report of September 22, 1862 on South Mountain and Antietam

LCol Joseph Martin Sudsburg, 3rd Maryland Infantry
Report of September 22, 1862

Col James Anthony Suiter, 34th New York Infantry
Report of September 20, 1862

Col Alfred Sully, 1st Minnesota Infantry
Report of September 20, 1862

MGen Edwin Vose Sumner, Second (II) Army Corps
Report of Ocober 1, 1862

BGen George Sykes, 2nd Division, V Corps
Report of September 30, 1862 of Operations of September 15 - 20

Capt William Cooper Talley, 1st Pennsylvania Reserves
Report of September 21, 1862

Capt Thomas Forest Betton Tapper, 4th Pennsylvania Reserves
Reports of October 1, 1862 of Turner's Gap and Antietam

Lt Peter A Taylor, 49th New York Infantry
Report of October 1, 1862

Lt Evan Thomas, 4th United States Artillery, Batteries A and C
Report of September 24, 1862

Capt James Thompson, Independent Battery, Pennsylvania Light Artillery
Report of September 22, 1862

Capt John A Tompkins, 1st Rhode Island Light Artillery, Battery A
Report of September 24, 1862

Col Alfred Thomas Archimedes Torbert, 1st Brigade, 1st Division, VI Corps
Report of September 16, 1862 of Crampton's Gap

Col Gustavus Washington Town, 95th Pennsylvania Infantry
Report of September 25, 1862 of Crampton's Gap

Lt William Edward van Reed, 5th United States Artillery, Battery K
Report of Sepember 24, 1862 of Antietam and Shepherdstown

Col Robert Bruce van Valkenburgh, 107th New York Infantry
Report of September 21, 1862

Lt Theodore Joseph Vanneman, Maryland Light Artillery, Battery B
Report of September 20, 1862

Col Ernst Mattias Peter von Vegesack, 20th New York Infantry
Report of September 20, 1862

Col William Pratt Wainwright, 76th New York Infantry
Reports of September 1862 on South Mountain

Maj Thomas McCormick Walker, 111th Pennsylvania Infantry
Report of September 22, 1862

Maj Joel B Wanner, 128th Pennsylvania Infantry
Report of September 23, 1862

Maj John Edward Ward, 8th Connecticut Infantry
Report of September 22, 1862

LCol Adoniram Judson Warner, 10th Pennsylvania Reserves
Report of September 21, 1862

Capt Stephen Hinsdale Weed, 5th United States Artillery, Battery I
Report of September 25, 1862

Capt Julius Wehle, 66th New York Infantry
Report of September 21, 1862

Col Thomas Welsh, 2nd Brigade, 1st Division, IX Corps
Reports of September 1862 on South Mountain and Antietam

Capt Harrison Gray Otis Weymouth, 19th Massachusetts Infantry
Report of September 29, 1862

Col Carr Bailey White, 12th Ohio Infantry
Reports of September 1862 on South Mountain and Antietam

BGen Julius White, Harpers Ferry Garrison
Reports of September 1862, on Martinsburg and Harpers Ferry

LCol Vincent Meigs Wilcox, 132nd Pennsylvania Infantry
Report of September 19, 1862

Capt John Darragh Wilkins, 3rd United States Infantry
Report of Sepember 26, 1862 of Antietam and Shepherdstown

Col George Lamb Willard, 125th New York Infantry
Report of September 21, 1862 of Harpers Ferry

BGen Orlando Bolivar Willcox, 1st Division, IX Corps
Reports of September 21, 1862 for South Mountain and Antietam

BGen Alpheus Starkey Williams, 1st Division, XII Corps
Report of September 29, 1862 on the XII Corps

Capt Frederick Williams, 56th Pennsylvania Infantry
Reports of September 1862 on South Mountain and Antietam

Capt Cleveland Winslow, 5th New York Infantry
Report of September 24, 1862 of Antietam and Shepherdstown

Lt George Augustus Woodruff, 1st United States Artillery, Battery I
Report of September 21, 1862

Col Henry I Zinn, 130th Pennsylvania Infantry
Report of September 19, 1862

Confederate

Reports for the Battle of Sharpsburg unless otherwise specified

Col George Thomas Anderson, Anderson's (GA) Brigade
Report of September 30, 1862 on Boonsborough and Sharpsburg

BGen James Jay Archer, Archer's Brigade
Report of March 1, 1863 of Harpers Ferry, Sharpsburg, and Shepherdstown

BGen William Barksdale, Barksdale's Brigade
Report of October 12, 1862

Capt John Barnwell, Army of Northern Virginia
Report of October 22, 1862 of the Reserve Artillery (at Shepherdstown)

Pvt J L Bartlett, Jackson's Command
Report of September 14, 1862 on Harpers Ferry

Col Risden Tyler Bennett, 14th North Carolina Infantry
Report of December 6, 1862 for Anderson's (NC) Brigade

Col Henry Lewis Benning, Toombs' Brigade
Report of October 13, 1862

Capt Robert Boyce, Macbeth (SC) Artillery
Report of October 20, 1862

Capt Benjamin J Brown, 19th Virginia Infantry
Report of 1862 of Boonsborough and Sharpsburg

Capt Joseph Newton Brown, 14th South Carolina Infantry
Reports of September 29, 1862 of Harpers Ferry, Sharpsburg, and Shepherdstown

Maj George Craghead Cabell, 18th Virginia Infantry
Reports of October 1862 of Boonsborough and Sharpsburg

LCol Benjamin Franklin Carter, 4th Texas Infantry
Report of September 23, 1862

Capt Thomas Henry Carter, Carter's King William (VA) Artillery
Report of October 14, 1862

BGen Howell Cobb, Cobb's Brigade
Report of September 22, 1862 on Boonsborough (Crampton's Gap)

Col Alfred Holt Colquitt, Colquitt's Brigade
Reports of October 13, 1862 of South Mountain and Sharpsburg

Col Montgomery Dent Corse, 17th Virginia Infantry
Report of September 23, 1862 on Boonsborough and Sharpsburg

Col Stapleton Crutchfield, Jackson's Corps Reserve Artillery
Reports of Sept 1862, April 1863 on the Maryland Campaign

Col John B Cumming, 20th Georgia Infantry
Report of September 23, 1862

Capt S A Durham, 23rd South Carolina Infantry
Reports of October 16, 1862 on Boonsborough and Sharpsburg

BGen Jubal Anderson Early, Early's Brigade
Report of January 1863

Col Oliver Evans Edwards, 13th South Carolina Infantry
Reports of October 2, 1862 of Harpers Ferry and Sharpsburg

BGen Nathan George Evans, Evans' (Independent) Brigade
Report of October 13, 1862

Capt Abram Morell Feltus, Jr., 16th Mississippi Infantry
Report of September 22, 1862

Maj Bushrod Washington Frobel, Hood's Division Artillery
Report of October 1, 1862

BGen Richard Brooke Garnett, Pickett's (Garnett's) Brigade
Reports of November 1862 of Boonsborough and Sharpsburg

Capt Thomas Miles Garrett, 5th North Carolina Infantry
Report of October 11, 1862

LCol Martin Witherspoon Gary, Hampton (SC) Legion
Report of September 23, 1862

Capt Andrew J Griffith, 14th North Carolina Infantry
Reports of 1862 on Boonsborough and Sharpsburg

Col Bryan Grimes, 4th North Carolina Infantry
Report of October 13, 1862 on Boonsborough

Surg LaFayette Guild, Army of Northern Virginia
Undated Report of Casualties on Maryland Campaign

Col Edward Dudley Hall, 46th North Carolina Infantry
Report of October 3, 1862 for Walker's Brigade

Col Daniel Heyward Hamilton, Sr, 1st South Carolina Infantry (Provisional Army)
Report of September 30, 1862 of Harpers Ferry, Sharpsburg and Shepherdstown

BGen Wade Hampton, Hampton's Brigade
Reports of October 1862 on Operations September 2 - 20

Maj John Alexander Harman, Jackson's Command
Undated (1862) report of captured military equipment

Maj Wells J Hawks, Jackson's Command
Report of February 6, 1863 on captured stores

BGen Harry Thompson Hays, Hays' Brigade
Report of 1862

MGen Ambrose Powell Hill, A. P. Hill's Light Division
Report of February 25, 1863

BGen Daniel Harvey Hill, D. H. Hill's Division
Report of 1862 (with casualty figures)

Maj Miel Hilton, 22nd South Carolina Infantry
Reports of October 15, 1862 on Boonsborough and Sharpsburg.

Maj Willis Cox Holt, 10th Georgia Infantry
Report of September 22, 1862 of Boonsborough

BGen John Bell Hood, Hood's Division
Report of October 11, 1862 (with casualty figures)

Col Eppa Hunton, 8th Virginia Infantry
Report of 1862 of Boonsborough and Sharpsburg

Capt Thomas H. Jackson, 15th Georgia Infantry
Report of September 23, 1862

MGen Thomas Jonathan Jackson, Jackson's Command
Report of April 1863

Capt Frank M Johnston, 19th Georgia Infantry
Report of November 17, 1862 of Shepherdstown

BGen David Rumph Jones, Jones' Division
Report of December 8, 1862

BGen John Robert Jones, Jackson's Division
Report of January 21, 1863

BGen Joseph Brevard Kershaw, Kershaw's Brigade
Reports of September & October 1862 on Harpers Ferry and Sharpsburg

Col James Henry Lane, 28th North Carolina Infantry
Report of November 14, 1862 of Harpers Ferry, Sharpsburg, Shepherdstown

Col Evander McIvor Law, Law's Brigade
Report of October 2, 1862

Gen Robert Edward Lee, Army of Northern Virginia
Operations in Maryland (1862)

Col Stephen Dill Lee, 2nd Battalion, Longstreet's Corps Artillery
Report of October 11, 1862

Capt Abner McCoy Lewis, 2nd Georgia Infantry
Report of September 23, 1862

Maj Francis H Little, 11th Georgia Infantry
Report of October 7, 1862

MGen James Longstreet, Longstreet's Command
Report of October 10, 1862

Capt Philologus H Loud, 10th Georgia Infantry
Report of September 23, 1862

Maj John H Lowe, 31st Georgia Infantry
Report of October 13, 1862 for Lawton's Brigade

LCol William MacRae, 15th North Carolina Infantry
Report of September 23, 1862 of Cobb's Brigade

Capt Basil Charles Manly, Manly's (NC) Battery
Reports of September 22, 1862 of Boonsborough

LCol Peyton T Manning, Longstreet's Command
Report of October 14, 1862 of Longstreet's Ordnance lost at Sharpsburg

Capt Samuel William Marshborne, 53rd Georgia Infantry
Report of September 23, 1862

Capt Victor Auguste Maurin, Donaldsonville (LA) Artillery
Report of October 19, 1862

Maj William Hart McCorkle, 12th South Carolina Infantry
Report of October 1, 1862 of Sharpsburg and Shepherdstown

Col Samuel McGowan, 14th South Carolina Infantry
Report of February 9, 1863 for Gregg's Brigade

Capt John A McGregor, 17th Georgia Infantry
Report of September 23, 1862

MGen Lafayette McLaws, McLaws' Division
Reports of October 1862 (with casualty figures)

Col Fitz William McMaster, 17th South Carolina Infantry
Report of October 20, 1862 on Boonsborough and Sharpsburg

Capt John Blair McPhail, Jr., 56th Virginia Infantry
Report of October 25, 1862

Col Duncan Kirkland McRae, 5th North Carolina Infantry
Reports of October 1862 on Boonsborough and Sharpsburg for Garland's Brigade

Col Edgar Burwell Montague, 32nd Virginia Infantry
Report of September 25, 1862 on Crampton's Pass and Sharpsburg

Capt Marcellus Newton Moorman, Lynchburg (VA) Artillery
Report of October 19, 1862

Col Thomas Taylor Munford, Robertson's Brigade
Reports of October 1862 on Operations September 4 - 20

Col James Drayton Nance, 3rd South Carolina Infantry
Reports of September 22, 1862 on Harpers Ferry and Sharpsburg

Maj James Henry Neal, 19th Georgia Infantry
Report of November 19, 1862 of Harpers Ferry and Sharpsburg

BGen William Dorsey Pender, Pender's Brigade
Report of October 14, 1862 of Harpers Ferry and Sharpsburg

Col Edmund Pendleton, 15th Louisiana Infantry
Report of October 20, 1862 for Starke's Brigade

BGen William Nelson Pendleton, Army of Northern Virginia
Report of September 24, 1862

LCol James Monroe Perrin, 1st South Carolina Rifles
Reports of September 30, 1862 of Harpers Ferry, Sharpsburg and Shepherdstown

Capt William Thomas Poague, Rockbridge (VA) Artillery
Report of September 22, 1862

BGen Robert Ransom, Jr, Ransom's Brigade
Reports of September 22, 1862

Capt John Postell Williamson Read, Pulaski (GA) Artillery
Report of October 20, 1862

BGen Roswell Sabine Ripley, Ripley's Brigade
Report of September 21, 1862 on Boonsborough and Sharpsburg

BGen Robert Emmett Rodes, Rodes' Brigade
Report of October 13, 1862

LCol Solon Z Ruff, 18th Georgia Infantry
Report of September 23, 1862

LCol Thomas Ruffin, Jr., 13th North Carolina Infantry
Report of October 12, 1862 on Boonsborough

Maj William W Sellers, 30th North Carolina Infantry
Reports of October 13, 1862 on Boonsborough and Sharpsburg

BGen Paul Jones Semmes, Semmes' Brigade
Reports of September & October 1862 of Boonsborough & Sharpsburg

Col Leroy Augustus Stafford, 9th Louisiana Infantry
Report of January 21, 1863 for Starke's Brigade on the Maryland Campaign

Col Peter Fayssoux Stevens, Holcombe (SC) Legion
Report of October 13, 1862 for Evans' Brigade

MGen James Ewell Brown Stuart, Stuart's Cavalry Division
Report of February 13, 1864

Col William Dabney Stuart, 56th Virginia Infantry
Report of October 25, 1862 of Boonsborough

Col Edward Lloyd Thomas, Thomas' Brigade
Report of October 26, 1862 of Harpers Ferry and Shepherdstown

BGen Robert Augustus Toombs, Toombs' Brigade
Report of February 13, 1864

Capt Isaac Newton Moreland Turner, 5th Texas Infantry
Report of September 24, 1862

Col James Alexander Walker, Trimble's Brigade
Report of October 11, 1862

BGen John George Walker, Walker's Division
Reports of October, 1862

LCol Joseph Walker, Jenkins' Brigade
Reports of October 24, 1862

LCol Reuben Lindsay Walker, A. P. Hill's Light Division Artillery
Report of March 1, 1863 of Harpers Ferry and Sharpsburg

Col William H Wallace, 18th South Carolina Infantry
Reports of October 1862 on Boonsborough and Sharpsburg

Col James B Walton, 1st Battalion, Longstreet's Corps Artillery
Report of December 4, 1862

Maj Hazael Joseph Williams, 5th Virginia Infantry
Report of January 15, 1863 for Winder's Brigade

Capt Edward Jefferson Willis, 15th Virginia Infantry
Report of September 23, 1862

Capt Franklin Caruthers Wilson, 27th Virginia Infantry
Report of 1862

Col William Tatum Wofford, Hood's Brigade
Report of September 29, 1862

LCol Philip Alexander Work, 1st Texas Infantry
Report of September 23, 1862

*   US War Department, The War of the Rebellion: a Compilation of the Official Records of Union and Confederate Armies, US Government Printing Office, 1880 - 1901.

Known among Civil War researchers as the "OR", it was compiled by various US Army and War Department teams after the war in 128 volumes. It contains reports, orders, and other communications written during the War by the participants.