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Name County City Subject Date Reel Number Frame Number File Number
Allen, Joseph M. Audrain Mexico Oath. Allen is listed as residing in Callaway County. 12-13-1862 F1462
Allen, Joseph M. Audrain Mexico Oath. Notes he is from Callaway County. 12-13-1862 F1462
Allen, Joseph M. Audrain Mexico Statement of Allen listing men by name who had assisted bushwhackers. Appears to be almost duplicate information as found on earlier document. 11-18-1862 F1462
Allen, Joseph M. Audrain Mexico Statement of Allen that he had surrendered with Sam E. Logsdon. Implicates citizens of Boone and Callaway Counties by name and how they helped support bushwhackers. Allen is from Callaway Co. 11-18-1862 F1462
Allen, Joseph M. Audrain Mexico Statement of Allen, a prisoner in Mexico. Claims this is in addition to previous statement. Lists more people by name who assisted rebels. Names a female who provided provisions in this list. 11-29-1862 F1462
Allen, William L. Audrain Oath 03-17-1862 F1462
Anderson, George B. Audrain Deposition of H. B. Barrow who was there when Lt. Hartman took possession of Anderson's horse. Said George B. claimed horse belonged to his brother who was serving Confederacy with Price. 05-19-1862 F1217
Anderson, George B. Audrain Deposition of James L. Grant. Knew that Henry W. Anderson had a new stallion; didn't know where from. Taken prionser by Lt. Hartman and there when horse taken; George B. said it was not his horse. 05-19-1862 F1217
Anderson, George B. Audrain Testimony of Lt. C. L. Hartman. He was in Callaway County looking after rebels; told by local blacks that horse owned by rebel Henry W. Anderson had been taken from Union troops. 05-19-1862 F1217
Anderson, George B. Audrain Mexico Examination of Anderson. Claims his brother gave him the horse in exchange for debt owed to him. If his brother, Henry W. still claimed ownership, it is because his brother is a liar. 05-24-1862 F1217
Anderson, George B. Audrain Mexico Letter from H. C. Caldwell that stolen horse was not Anderson's property, but that of his brother who is in rebel army. Says Lt. Hartman, who took horse, acted correctly. Asks what to do with horse. 05-23-1862 F1217
Armistead, John B. Audrain Mexico Loyalty Oath 10-3-1862 F1218
Armstrong, Charles; Bowen, R. W.; Cauthorn, B. R.; Doolin, Hardy; Edwards, L. M.; Finley, J. R.; Green, Levi; Hukel, James; Jeffries, R. H.; Kilgore, James; Leonard, Daniel; McClintock, William; Violett, Ed; and others Audrain Mexico Special Order No. 20. Those who didn't answer to their name being called under Special Order No. 18 must come before the Provost Marshal by August 9 to show cause for noncompliance. 136 names. 08-06-1864 F1620 0196 11299
Audrain Co. Assessment Comm., Clark, Judge J. P. Audrain Mexico Telegram from Maj. Harmon A. Glenn; order has reference to committee auditing claims of loyal men for property lost in raids 01-22-1863 F1220
Audrain Co. Assessment Committee Audrain Mexico Letter from Harrison A. Glenn to committee; order to suspend assessment like came from Washington 01-22-1863 F1220
Audrain Co. Assessment Committee Audrain Mexico Letter to committee regarding report ??-??-1863 F1220
Audrain Co. Assessment Committee Audrain Mexico Report; members John P. Clark, W. D. Campbell, Wm. D. H. Hunter 03-16-1863 F1220
Audrain Co. Assessment Committee Audrain Mexico Special Order No. 7 for Assessment Committee to collect $21,600; whole amount to be collected in district $300,000 01-15-1863 F1220
Baker, Solomon T. Audrain Mexico Crpl., Co. G, 3rd Iowa Cavalry, statement that John G. Muldrow came to the aid of his brother, Charles A. Muldrow, in a difficulty with soldiers concerning a bridle 09-09-1862 F1248
Baker, Thomas J. Audrain Mexico Statement confessing guilt of stealing $4 from Joseph Herndon and of Confederate sympathies; lives in Shelby County 08-22-1863 F1221
Ball, Jim; Ball, James Audrain Recruiting Station: Mexico F1895.9 192
Ball, Novell; Ball, James Audrain Recruiting Station: Mexico F1895.9 191
Ballard, A. G. Audrain Oath of Allegiance 09-23-1862 F1222
Ballard, A. G.; Jones, Martillus; Beaver, William; Hawkins, W. G.; Crump, Robert; Fleming, David; Halliburton, J. W.; Jesse, Isham T.; McCracken, Otho; Reed, A.; Swinney, Marshal; Willis, Gideon; Willis, S.; Atkinson, Samuel; Bugg, William C.; Sexton, G. Audrain Mexico Report of prisoners. 32 prisoners plus 13 deserters from 10th Regiment Missouri State Militia. Sexton escaped State University prison in Columbia through hole in floor then joined Price's army as chaplain. Men from Porter's gang. 09-21-1862 F1588 0869 2361
Ballard, A. G.; Jones, Martillus; Beaver, William; Hawkins, W. G.; Crump, Robert; Flemming, David Audrain Mexico Report of prisoners. Charges include communication with bushwhackers and Cobb's Camp. 09-20-1862 F1588 0009 2134
Barnes, Jacob; Barnes, Marion Audrain Recruiting Station: Mexico F1895.9 20
Barnes, Jacob; Barnes, Marion Audrain Recruiting Station: Mexico F1897.8 138
Barnett, N. B.; Kilgon, Gabe; Ashby, Walter; Barnett, W. J.; Hallburton, J. W.; Clark, J. W.; Bybee, G. C.; Cowherd, D. T.; Crump, W. H.; Price, Cornelius; Hanna, R. G.; Hanna, Robert; Hawkins, A.; Schoby, Stephen; Daniel, H. G.; Pike, H. S.; and others Audrain Mexico List of prisoners sent to St. Louis. List includes names belonging to White's company. 35 names. 10-21-1862 F1589 1055 2661
Barnett, Thomas Audrain Mexico Oath of Allegiance 10-03-1862 F1224
Barnett, W. B., Audrain Mexico Oath of Allegiance in triplicate 09-27-1862 F1224
Barnett, W. J.; Barnett, N. B. Audrain Mexico Charged with associating with rebel band. 10-25-1862 F1589 0321 2482
Barnett, W. J.; Barnett, N. B. Audrain Mexico Report on W. J. Barnett and N. B. Barnett and their associations with rebel forces. 10-25-1862 F1589 1024 2651
Barton, S. H. Audrain Mexico Statement that he was arrested for burning Col. McFerran in effigy and that he meant no harm by it and was drunk, served in the 1st Michigan Regiment, requests parole to Chillicothe 07-15-1863 F1339
Bass, Susan M. Audrain Mexico Letter by Assistant Provost Marshal at Mexico to unknown Colonel, illegible 01-??-1865 F1658 0207 21449
Bayham, G Audrain Mexico Prison record 06-21-1865 F1226
Bayham, Grief Audrain Mexico Prisoner received 06-??-1865 F1226
Bayham, Grief Audrain Mexico Prisoner released 06-??-1865 F1226
Beaty, Lycurgno Audrain Oath of Allegiance 10-02-1862 F1227
Bell, Hiram; Price, John Audrain Recruiting Station: Mexico F1895.9 65
Berry, John M. Audrain Citizen of Monroe County, statement that he was never in the rebel army or helped any rebels, knows only that Clark, Vandiviner, and Norman were in the brush, afraid to come in, isn't enrolled as he was told the rebels would kill him if he did 10-14-1862 F1231
Berry, John W. Audrain Oath of Allegiance 09-30-1862 F1231
Bishop, Green B. Audrain Oath of allegiance 01/13/1863 F1138
Black, John Audrain Unclear text 02/05/1863 F1138
Blalock, George W. Audrain Mexico Court Martial 06/18/1862 F1138
Bland, Richard A. S. Audrain Mexico Slave of Olive H. Perry but working for William B. Uzzell, statement that he saw bushwhackers Samuel Murry, Joseph Inlaw, John Dennison, John Mosely, and others come and go from the house of George Poague 08-04-1864 F1385
Bland, Richard Alexander Sandford; Perry, Oliver H. Audrain Recruiting Station: Mexico F1895.10 88
Boamer, Alexander Audrain File Card - Oath 09/10/1862 F1184
Boamer, Alexander Audrain Mexico Loyalty Oath 09/10/1862 F1184
Boardley, William Audrain Oath of Allegiance 06/15/1865 F1184
Boaz, R. E. Audrain Loyalty Oath 02/10/1862 F1184
Boggerss, Bosman Audrain Mexico Asking provost marshal permission to buy one pound of lead 08/06/1864 F1184
Boggess, Bosman; Pigg, Sanford; Dubray, Louis; Marks, Michael; Willis, Thomas; Vandeventer, W. H. Audrain Statement regarding loyalty or southern sympathies of men 02-01-1865 F1632 0685 15008
Bomar, Alexander Audrain Mexico Statement that five bushwhackers came to his house and fed their horses, but committed no other depredations, and Joseph McMullen was one of the five men 08-06-1864 F1370
Bomar, James; Bomar, Goerge Audrain Recruiting Station: Mexico F1895.9 63
Boon, E. A. Audrain Oath of Allegiance 10/02/1862 F1232
Boone, Thomas M. Audrain Boone was sworn in state militia but Confederates visited his house at night and made him take an oath to the Confederacy 10/13/1862 F1232
Booth, John W. Audrain Mexico Wants an order from provost marshal to recover his property 01/08/1864 F1232
Boswell, William Audrain Oath of Allegiance and bond 06-23-1862 F1233
Botts, John F. Audrain Bond, voluntary surrender, oath 06-20-1862 F1233
Botts, John F. Audrain Oath of Allegiance 06-20-1862 F1233
Botts, John F. Audrain Sworn statement denying rebel activity 06-16-186- F1233
Botts, Thomas A. Audrain R. Sinclair states that Mr. Botts is a southern sympathizer and honorable citizen 12-15-1862 F1233
Botts, Thomas A.; Spires, L.; Young, W. B.; Johnson, Spottwood; White, Theodore; Snell, E. P.; Standiford, Ben; Gantt, C. C.; Thompson, James W.; Hitt, A. C.; Rush, J. W.; Lewellen, Thomas Audrain Mexico Report of prisoners. 10-10-1862 F1589 1059 2662
Bozarth, James K.; Reed, Alexander; Willingham, D. L.; Jones, Martilla; McCracken, Otho; Ballard, A. G.; Jesse, Isham; Martison, Levi; Graham, Del; Douglas, John; Ellis, John J.; Crews, Thomas P.; Stephens, James; Smith, Jonathan etal Audrain List of individuals arrested. List includes name and location (Audrain or Callaway counties). 09-10-186? F1660 0660 22283
Bradley, James; Bratton, J. D.; Patton, John; Powell, B. F.; Barley, John; Carter, P.; Carter, Robert; Carter, James; West, J. J.; Brown, J. N. Audrain Mexico Orders from headquarters of N. E. District of Missouri regarding disposition of prisoners; orders sent to Mexico, MO 11-10-1862 F1590 0629 2944
Bradyford, William T.; Bradyford, William H. Audrain Mexico Caldwell has 2 horses belonging to the Bradyfords; Bradyfords had been arrested after taking loyalty oath and giving bond; wanted their horses back 03-21-1862 F1584 0548 937
Branstetter, M. Audrain Oath of Allegiance 10-03-1862 F1139
Brant, Oliver Audrain Oath of Allegiance 10-01-1862 F1139
Brashear, John Audrain $2000 bond for aiding enemies 06-21-1862 F1282
Brashear, John Audrain Oath of Allegiance 06-21-1862 F1282
Brooks, Elkana Audrain Mexico $500 bond for aiding enemies 05-25-1863 F1284
Brooks, John E. Audrain Mexico Enrolled recruit in the Colored Volunteer service, statement that while working for William Uzzell, he saw bushwhackers John Mosely, John Dennison, and Samuel Murry, and Murry threatened to kill him if he told anyone he'd seen him 08-08-1864 F1385
Brooks, John E.; Uzzell, William Audrain Recruiting Station: Mexico F1895.10 89
Brooks, John T. Audrain Mexico Letter from Brooks regarding his complaints of being heavily taxed for the support of the militia. Brooks said he received a requisition to deliver corn to Mexico. There was no mention of payment to be made to him, so he assumed it was levied upon him. 02-16-1863 F1653 0025 19773
Brooks, John T. Audrain Mexico Letter from John T. Brooks that he believes he is being unjustly taxed for the support of the militia stationed nearby. Brooks states he is a poor man with a large family and cannot bear such taxing. 02-16-1863 F1653 0018 19773

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