I have a Japanese translation of this in 8 volumes. Volume 8 has an index at the end where you can look up the names of people and it notes every single page in every single volume where that person is mentioned. The information is very insightful and interesting.
I am currently looking for an English translation of the same books (Record of the Three Kingdoms), but haven't had any luck.
To discuss ROTK in English I have to look up names and places in Japanese Internet, then copy paste and convert them into the correct phonetics in alphabet using a pinyin converter. I can read the names and places (in Japanese phonetics) but cannot type them because my far east language kit doesn't contain many of the characters.
When I was doing research on Cáo Zhí, I found Japanese translations of all the classical Chinese poets in 18 volumes including one book with the poems of Cáo Zhí. This book is out of print. I found it at a second hand book store. There is also a useful book in English if you need information on this particular person: Classical, Modern and Humane - Essays in Chinese Literature by David Hawkes. I also obtained copies of an out of print book in Japanese on Cáo Zhí from Shueisha Publishing with permission from the author.
I wish it were easier to find the English equivalents for some of these, but sometimes it's just easier for me to read the Japanese text because the original Chinese characters can be used, and although the phonetics are different, I can see them and they make sense to me.
Anyway, if anyone ever discovers an English copy of the Records of the Three Kingdoms, please share the information. I will pay for my copies if they are available.