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Name County City Subject Date Reel Number Frame Number File Number
Beatty, James Sullivan Milan Discusses providing list of leading and loyal citizens of Sullivan County and suggests placing a Provost Marshal in every county to discourage illegal trading of arms and ammunition 05-09-1864 F1227
Beck, Daniel T. Sullivan List of prisoners discharged on oath of allegiance and bond. List gives name, residence, and date released. 07-??-1862 F1586 0660 1709
Beck, Daniel T. Sullivan Oath of Allegiance 06-13-1862 F1228
Beck, Henry Sullivan Union Township Parole, limited to Macon, Linn, and Sullivan Counties 11-1863 F1228
Burns, Robert H. Sullivan Oath of Allegiance 06-21-1862 F1289
Cochrane, S. H. B.; Smith, Ben F.; Bryan, W. H.; Garvin, Orra Sullivan Milan Petition requesting permission to organize citizens into a group of minute men to defend themselves from rebels in area; Bryan was judge of probate court 06-01-1864 F1616 0945 10384
Craig, John; Cummins, William Sullivan Report of committee on examination of prisoners held in Burlington, Iowa 09-18-1861 F1581 0687 130
Crain, John (see Crane, John P.) Sullivan Crain placed in custody 07/28/1864; neither order sentencing nor charges on file; file notation: records show Crain sent south 11/22/1863 with 19 others 08-04-1864 F1243
Crain, John (see Crane, John P.) Sullivan Crain's statement: was arrested and sent to Chillicothe and St. Joseph; tried and delivered to Rebel pickets at Trinity; lived Hempstead County, AR; refused conscription and was ordered to leave 08-04-1864 F1243
Crain, John (see Crane, John P.) Sullivan Illegible document; file notation: P. P. Hopson vs John Crain for violation of bond ??-??-186? F1243
Crain, John (see Crane, John P.) Sullivan Surrendered self in Jasper County; was banished to south but refused to bear arms; southern authorities sent him north of Arkansas River; trying to get home ??-??-186? F1243
Crain, John P. (see Crane, John P.) Sullivan Order on scrap of paper to commit Crain, citizen of Sullivan County ??-??-186? F1243
Crain, John P. (see Crane, John P.) Sullivan Provost marshal letter in U.S. vs Crain, charged with disloyalty etc.; lives in Sullivan County but arrested in Grundy County 06-16-1863 F1243
Crane, John P. (see Crain, John P.) Sullivan Crane's statement: age 40, loyal, never recruited for Southern army; another named Crane mustered men in county in 1861, but never went south; did not threaten Dunlap 08-24-1863 F1243
Crane, John P. (see Crain, John P.) Sullivan Extract from Rolls of Prisoners forwarded from Springfield, MO: John P. Crane, citizen, Sullivan Co., captured at Carthage, MO July 25, 1864, committed to Gratiot Aug 13, 1864 ??-??-186? F1243
Crane, John P. (see Crain, John P.) Sullivan Receipt for prisoner at Gratiot St. Prison, sent from St. Joseph 07-23-1863 F1243
Crane, John P. (see Crain, John P.) Sullivan Request from Capt. Allen, commanding Gratiot St. Prison, to modify release order from merely $500 bond to oath and bond; is willing to enlist 03-01-1863 F1243
Crane, John P. (see Crain, John P.) Sullivan Special Order banishing Crane south of rebel lines 11-22-1863 F1243
Crane, John P. (see Crain, John P.) Sullivan Special Order No. 42 for Crane's release from Gratiot St. Prison on taking oath and giving $500 bond 02-13-1865 F1243
Crane, John P. (see Crain, John P.) Sullivan Statement of Elizabeth Manes that Crane threatened violence to her, Dunlap and Mays's wife and children ??-??-186? F1243
Crane, John P. (see Crain, John P.) Sullivan Statement of Henry B. Havens that he knows nothing of disloyal language, threats or violence; at beginning of rebellion was known as noisy secessionist 06-16-1863 F1243
Crane, John P. (see Crain, John P.) Sullivan Statement of Isaiah Lilly that Crane threatened him and others; known as secessionist and dangerous man 06-12-1863 F1243
Crane, John P. (see Crain, John P.) Sullivan Statement of James B. Dunlap that he had not heard disloyal language since taking oath; did not believe he would burn barn unless he was certain it would not be found out; reputation is secessionist 06-16-1863 F1243
Crane, John P. (see Crain, John P.) Sullivan Statement of John H. Mills, Sullivan County, testifying for Crane that Elizabeth Manes a whore and Susan Manes a liar; can be verified by Klem, Drake, Picket, Dunlap, Tate, Palmer 07-18-1863 F1243
Crane, John P. (see Crain, John P.) Sullivan Statement of John W. Havens that Crane is not dangerous; has no knowledge of violence or threats 06-16-1863 F1243
Crane, John P. (see Crain, John P.) Sullivan Statement of Lt. Samuel J. Warner that he found Crane in brush and arrested him in Grundy County 06-16-1863 F1243
Crane, John P. (see Crain, John P.) Sullivan Statement of M. H. Redenbaugh that he was in militia that arrested Crane; he took oath but said he would fight for south 06-16-1863 F1243
Crane, John P. (see Crain, John P.) Sullivan Statement of Silas Peter re: reputation as secessionist, disloyal language, and 1861 mustering as member of secession company 06-12-1863 F1243
Crane, John P. (see Crain, John P.) Sullivan Statement: banished south, reported to Price at Woodlawn, Washita Co., AR; refused to enlist and Price said not required; banished north 02-06-1865 F1243
Crane, John P. (see Crain, John P.) Sullivan Statements of John E. Hedrick, Noah Johnson, Susannah Manes, V. S. Myrs, James and Elizabeth Williams; U.S. vs Crane; statement of John Hedrick ??-??-186? F1243
Crane, John P. (see Crain, John P.) Sullivan Stokley Manes's statement that Crain ran off Dunlap and Young and would make May and Lilly leave, killing women and children; attempted recruiting for southern army; known as noisy, dangerous man 06-12-1863 F1243
Crane, John P. (see Crain, John P.) Sullivan U.S. vs Crane; charged with disloyal language, ordering Union men to leave county, threatening violence against persons and property; testimony of John B. Johnson concerning disloyal language 06-12-1863 F1243
Crane, John P. (see Crain, John P.) Sullivan U.S. vs Crane; file notations: does not appear guilty of things warranting military trial, but blatant and vindictive rebel; sent south of U.S. line 11-22-1863 11-22-1863 F1243
Creason, Allen Sullivan Joined southern army 02-28-1862, Co. G, 3rd Reg., Clark's Div. M.S.G.; in AR hospital; surrendered Ozark, MO; same signature as Allen Creason oath, Jackson Co.; see also Jackson Creason, Sullivan Co. 07-17-1862 F1244
Creason, Jackson Sullivan Joined southern army 02-28-1862, Co. G, 3rd Reg., Clark's Div. M.S.G.; in AR hospital; surrendered Ozark, MO; 07-17-1862 F1244
Creason, Jackson Sullivan Oath; physical description: age 24, 5'10", dark eyes, black hair, dark complexion 07-17-1862 F1244
Creason, John R. Sullivan Military court of inquiry for aiding enemy and robbing loyal citizens; statements of Crump, Hooker, Anderson, Van Baber, Kizer, Arthurs, Garret, Kingsolver, Calhoun, Warren, Felly, Moore, Kimbraugh 01-10-1862 F1244
Ellis, J. D.; Vanurye, James; Norton, E. A. Sullivan Milan Letter asking whether farmers can volunteer for the army for 9 months rather than three years. 08-17-1862 F1587 0502 1965
Felty, Edward Sullivan Oath before Thomas C. Fletcher 02-16-1862 F1316
Gearrin, John Sullivan Oath before Thomas C. Fletcher and Bryan Foley of St. Louis. 01-22-1862 F1324
Ham, Nelson; Stinger, James M. Sullivan Recruiting Station: Laclede F1895.1 32
Hansard, John Westerfield Sullivan Milan Oath of Allegiance 01-20-1862 F1338
Harvey, J. Sullivan Oath, witnessed by K. Knox and Willaim Griffin 03-11-1862 F1340
Hollon, John; Comstock, Ichabod; Winters, Nelson Sullivan General Order No. 2, Special Order No. 18 appointing members to committees. 10-27-1862 F1589 0602 2573
Hoskins, Catherine Sullivan Scottsville Scottsville Post Commander Johnson to Fisk; Hoskins arrested for threats; had been with bushwhackers, had not and would not report them; neighbors fear her; file notation: send under guard to St. Joseph 09-17-1864 F1343
Hoskins, Catherine Sullivan Scottsville Statement of Isaac A. H. Scott that Hoskins threatened to kill Joshua and Zilla A. Palmer if she got loose; cheered for Davis; said she was a southern woman; said the Scottsville post stole 09-17-1864 F1343
Hoskins, Catherine Sullivan Scottsville Statement of Lt. Smith that when he went to arrest Hoskins she refused to go, said she was southern, and threatened to beat Mrs. Zilla A. Parmer to death 09-17-1864 F1343
Hoskins, Catherine Sullivan Scottsville Statement of Zilla Ann Palmer that Hoskins cheered for Jeff Davis, threatened to scald her and said Union men stole everything they could get hold of 09-17-1864 F1343
Jacobs, John Sullivan Oath of Loyalty 02-26-1862 F1150
Jacobs, Parry Sullivan Oath of Loyalty 07-05-1862 F1150
McLanahan, H. T; Wilson, Owen; Dunlap, James T.; Garvin, Orra; Dewitt, Joel; McDuff, A. S.; Poole, Solomon; Dobbins, Thomas; Webb, Ephraim; Adams, Dennis; Comstock, Ichabod; Springer, Lewis; Prindle, E. E.; Hollon, John; Phillips, O. P.; and others Sullivan Milan List of citizens, noting political leanings and their home post office; poor quality images on microfilm, partially illegible 05-24-1864 F1655 1097 20719
McWhorton, Field Sullivan West Locust Letter from McWhorton written on behalf of his son, John D. W. McWhorton, who is loyal but was conscripted into rebel army. Fears his son, a prisoner, will be sent South in an exchange. 01-14-1865 F1371
Muncy, Andrew J. Sullivan Oath of Allegiance, witnesses George W. Shinn, A. Hughes, both of St. Joseph, and R. D. O. Nicholson of Springfield 02-11-1863 F1248
Norton, E. A. Sullivan Kiddville Requesting permission to raise a company of militia for 100 days 04-30-1864 F1343
Roberts, J. P. S.; McWhorter, J. D. W.; McWhorter, Marceles; McWhorter, H. C.; McWhorter, Walter F. Sullivan Bairdstown Letter regarding man's brother-in-law, held as prisoner in St. Louis, who had been conscripted into rebel service; J. D. W. McWhorter had lived in Howard and Chariton counties; some McWhorters from West Virginia 01-15-1865 F1654 0248 20163
Sample, David Sullivan Oath of Allegiance, witnesses J. W. Myers, H. E. Greath[illegible], and Marbus Gus Coleman, all of Kirksville 04-24-1863 F1258
Setters, Peter Sullivan Milan Petition to appoint him Chaplain 08-16-1864 F1399
Shawley, William Sullivan Oath of allegiance 04-24-1862 F1400
Shawley, William Sullivan Oath of Allegiance, witnesses J. H. Myers, H. E. Greathouse, and Abram Bartholomew, all of Kirksville, Adair County 04-24-1862 F1488
Sullivan, R. H. Sullivan Note stating that Burns was captured at Blackwater on his way to Arkansas; never was in Price's army; desires to take Oath of Allegiance ? F1289
Tunnell, A.; Hatcher, John; Clem, Henry; Schrock, Edgar; Thurlo, Wesley; Ragwill, Coney; Maloney, S.; Dell, Henry; Quigley, Jacob; Cummins, William; Moore, Thomas; Scott, William; and others Sullivan Scottsville Citizens' petition to raise a company to protect loyal men of the county. Gives an account of the conditions of the county. 60 names. 08-31-1864 F1620 0361 11349
Weston, William H. Sullivan Oath of allegiance 01-21-1862 F1416
Winters, J. N.; Todd, Lewis G. Sullivan Milan Letter requesting to be excused from serving on county committee to assess damages; cites poor health; recommends a replacement 01-24-1863 F1592 0157 3446

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