Sorry, but that's all the info I have; 2 other sites listed abbreviated lists, but no categories; this is the most complete one I found. The amazing thing to me is that his work was often appreciated; for instance,Ambersons, even in it's butchered state, still was nominated for 4 Academy awards, including Best Picture of 1942!
"In spite of controversies surrounding the film, it was still nominated for four Academy Awards: Best Picture, Best Supporting Actress (Agnes Moorehead), Best Black and White Cinematography (Stanley Cortez), and Best Black and White Interior Decoration."
And Touch of Evil got the award in Brussels, Stranger got an award at the Venice film Festival, Fountain of Youth got the Peabody, Immortal Story got nominated at the Berlin Festival, Kane got all those Academy nominations and the Best screenplay award, Othello and Chimes (And Welles for his performance in Compulsion) got the awards at Cannes, Welles got lifetime achievements from the Academy, the AFI, the Los Angeles Film Critics, the National Board of Review,the Venice film Festival, etc.
And here's an odd one: Welles got a Golden Globe nomination in 1983 for his performance in Butterfly!
Actually, he did better than Hitchcock, who never won anything!