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Name County City Subject Date Reel Number Frame Number File Number
Alison, Peter; Alison, Willis Camden Recruiting Station: Jefferson City F1894.7 88
Allison, Joseph Camden Oath 02-2?-1862 F1216
Anderson, William H. Camden Linn Creek Charges and Specifications. Stole property of citizens of Hickory County with armed bands of marauders. Rode with John Gentry and William H. Stephens, notorious guerrillas, from April to May 1862. N. D. F1217
Andrews, A. G. Camden Linn Creek Letter from J. W. McClurg to Major Lucien Barnes. States he will "be able to give light on the subject - I fear that light will be darkness." 07-28-1862 F1137
Baker, Mathew S. Camden Oath of Allegiance 12-23-1862 F1221
Barnett, Riley Camden Oath of Allegiance 07-20-1862 F1224
Bilyen, Andrew J. Camden Loyalty oath witnessed by Thomas Fletcher. 02/26/1862 F1465
Birch, Gemperance Camden Linn Oath of allegiance. 09/23/1863 F1465
Brown, Carlisle Camden $500 bond for threatening a man 10-22-1863 F1285
Caffee, G. N. Camden Linn Creek Proceedings of Camden County Board [of Assessment]; Caffee claims that guerrillas consumed his corn; Andrew Coldwell, John Holden, James Eakins assessed for loss 12-08-1862 F1291
Carlton, A. Y. Camden Wet Glaze Letter where Carlton explains the governing rules of the Wet Glaze Union Patrol Guards, a group to protect their homes from crime. Gives great detail and ask questions of war time authority. 07-31-1863 F1292
Clay, Henry; Murphy, William Camden Recruiting Station: Jefferson City F1894.7 12
Crain, William L. Camden Ferryman's bond; ferry on Osage River near Linn Creek; Thompson J. Kelly, security 04-23-1862 F1243
Crane, Perry; Crane, W. L. Camden Recruiting Station: Jefferson City F1894.7 77
Cyrus, John Camden Oath of allegiance 02-26-1862 F1247
Darby, Jedediah O. Camden Linn Creek Oath of allegiance 12-29-1862 F1295
Davis, Frank; Davis, James Camden Recruiting Station: Jefferson City F1894.6 122
Dougherty, John Camden Oath of Allegiance 12-29-1862 F1304
Dudley, Thomas H. Camden Camden Letter to James Lesley stating that Isaac Ballinger of St. Joseph, Missouri, a violent secessionist, is visiting relatives in New Jersey and will try to gain a pass to see some in Virginia, that he will carry information to the rebels if allowed to pass 09-22-1861 F1222
Eakin, Samuel Camden Charges and Specifications 12-28-1862 F1309
Eakin, Samuel Camden Charges and specifications against Eakin, charged with violating oath of allegiance. Eakin charged with allowing guerrillas into his home and providing them food, information and blacksmith tools. 12-28-186? F1638 1513 16728
Eakin, Samuel Camden Evidence of Chesly Nobles against Eakin (document largely illegible) 12-20-1862 F1309
Eakin, Samuel Camden Evidence of James F. Eakin, who identified blacksmith tools found at rebel camp as Eakin's 12-20-1862 F1309
Eakin, Samuel Camden File notation: requesting release; has been imprisoned since Dec. 1862 (letter illegible) 02-19-1864 F1309
Eakin, Samuel Camden Letter from Eakin: is willing to do anything to be released; been imprisoned 6 months and charges are false; desires trial 06-12-1863 F1309
Eakin, Samuel Camden Letter requesting disposal of case so he can return home; has been imprisoned 11 months without trial ??-??-186? F1309
Eakin, Samuel Camden Statement of Daniel S. Mills who witnessed Eakin's assistance to rebels 12-20-1862 F1309
Eakin, Samuel Camden Statement of Isaac Condiff 12-20-1862 F1309
Eakin, Samuel Camden Statement of Lt. W. W. Green that Eakin is an early settler of MO and very prominent, highly esteemed citizen; influential in the cause of the rebellion; should be dealt with harshly 12-20-1862 F1309
Eakin, Samuel Camden Statement sent with prisoner to provost; aided guerrillas, took oath voluntarily; captured 12-27-1862 02-13-1863 F1309
Eakin, Samuel Camden Summary of charges, all of which Eakin denies: furnished provisions, forage, and blacksmith tools to shoe horses to rebels; told rebels how to escape militia and where to get horses from Union men ??-??-186? F1309
Eakin, Samuel Camden U.S. vs Eakin, charged with violating oath; specifications: aiding rebels and guerrillas; file notation: Gratiot prison 01-08-1863 F1309
Eakin, Samuel Camden Wishes to be released on oath and bond; 52 years old, in poor health; file notation: Gratiot St. Prison 04-07-1863 F1309
Eidson, Barney Camden Eidson taken at Linn Creek; was thinking of going to Price; thinks he was wrong, can take oath, would like to go home and stay there; notation: take oath and be released ??-??-186? F1310
Eidson, Barney Camden Oath 01-30-1862 F1310
Eidson, James Camden Eidson taken at Linn Creek Nov. 14th; was thinking of going to Price's army; thinks he was wrong, wants to take oath; age 23, illiterate; notation: take oath and be released [county listed as Cameron] ??-??-186? F1310
Eidson, James Camden Oath 01-30-1862 F1310
Eidson, Raney Camden Oath; see Eidson, Renny 02-24-1862 F1310
Eidson, Renny Camden Eidson taken at Linn Creek, where he was loafing and unarmed; never enlisted; wants to take oath; notation: take oath and give bond and be released [county listed as Cameron] see Eidson, Raney ??-??-186? F1310
Eidson, Robert Camden Oath 01-03-1862 F1310
Eidson, Robert Camden Taken at Linn Creek, where was enquiring about brother in Price's army, did not intend to join; imprisoned 7 weeks at Rolla; never been in arms; wants to take oath; notation: take oath and give bond ??-??-186? F1310
Eidson, William M. Camden Oath 01-30-1862 F1310
Eidson, William M. Camden Taken at Linn Creek on way to join army; would take up arms for U.S.; age 21; has no parents; farms 7-8 acres; notation: take oath and bond ??-??-186? F1310
Ellison, John Camden Oath 02-01-1862 F1311
Evans, John C. Camden Oath of Allegiance 05-27-1863 F1142
Farrar, Bernard G.; Eno, E. B.; Lenox, [unknown]; Arnold, [unknown] Camden Linn Creek Letter from Provost Marshal General in St. Louis to Linn Creek; states bonds in all cases must be sent to St. Louis; prisoners Lenox and Arnold are to be released upon giving bond 06-24-1862 F1585 0781 1289
Freeman, Henry; Collier, Sarah Camden Recruiting Station: Jefferson City F1894.6 110
Garner, Luke Camden Linn Creek Nancy Suttle's evidence (copy 3) 06-29-1862 F1189
Gentry, John S. Camden "Does not appear to have been sent here." n.d. F1324
Gentry, John Sewel Camden Linn Creek Charges and Specifications. Gentry stole guns from Benjamin F. Fagett and Abraham Lindsay, and property from James Lindsay, and drove away Hiram Flesher, all of Hickory Co., in Dec 1861-Apr 1862. n.d. F1324
Gentry, John; Anderson, William; Stephens, Green B.; Stephens, William Camden Linn Creek Transfer of prisoners from Linn Creek to Jefferson City 07-10-1862 F1586 0924 1784
Gidson, Robert; Gidson, William; Belgen, [unknown] Camden Linn Creek Letter from Bernard Farrar to Col. J. W. McClurg; acknowlegment of letter receipt from Linn Creek regarding Robert Gidson, William Gidson, and individual named Belgen; instructions included on what to do 03-27-1862 F1584 0050 830
Haden, Urasmus; Panshos, Thomas Camden Recruiting Station: Lebanon F1895.2 11
Hall, Mather J. Camden Oath of Allegiance 02-24-1862 F1336
Harper, Poleman C.; Moore, Harvey; Lane, Samuel H.; Sater, William H.; Simpson, William C. Camden Linn Creek Cover letter for loyalty oaths 06-15-1862 F1585 1096 1371
Heffton, William Camden Oath before Prov. Marshal W. W. Green at Linn Creek. 12-24-1862 F1342
Henry, Sam; Torbert, E. B. Camden Recruiting Station: Lebanon F1895.2 3
Hix, William Camden Oath of allegiance 12-29-1862 F1473
Hooker, Bettie; Wilson, John; Burney, Eli; Gilbert, A. T.; Biggs, S. A.; Cook, John H.; Silvage, P. A.; Odell, B. A.; Moreluck, Martha; Moore, John; Clifton, Liberty; Stith, George H.; Baird, David; Reece, John W.; Anderson, V. W.; and others Camden Lebanon Report of permits issued; gives date, number, names, destination, remarks 06-20-1863 F1599 0121 5338
Jackson, Calton Camden Oath of Allegiance 2-14-1862 F1477
Jackson, Calton Camden Linn Creek Note that he'd rather be exchanged; if not, would take the oath F1477
Jackson, Calton; Jackson, Elijah B. Camden Men unable to file bond due to ill health, request more time 03-13-1861 F1584 0206 867
Jackson, Elijah Camden Oath of Allegiance 2-24-1862 F1477
Jackson, Elijah Benjamin Camden Linn Creek Arrested because of alleged intent to join Price F1477
Jackson, Joel Camden Linn Creek Oath of allegiance and parole 12-22-1862 F1477
Jackson, Thomas Camden Oath of Allegiance 2-0-1862 F1477
Joy, George A. Camden Linn Creek Bond in the amount of $1,000. 05-22-1862 F1353
Kemper, T. T. S.; Skeggs, John O.; Marney, J. A.; Jones, Warner C.; Stone, John; Stice, Andrew; Jones, George; Jones, Lewis W.; Jones, James; Cutcher, W. T.; Morse, W. C.; Babb, Joseph Camden Linn Creek Letter from Lt. Col. J. D. Brutsche sending list of prisoners, all from Boone, Callaway, and Howard Counties, who were recently captured. Kemper et al admitted to having belonged to Col. Porter's guerrilla gang. 11-23-1863 F1604 0877 7138
Lane, Samuel H> Camden Oath 06-10-1862 F1478
McClellan, William A. Camden Linn Creek Letter from Thomas O. Halloran that he is sending McClellan. McClellan stated he was part of Stephenson's gang of bushwhackers and gave names of people he had visited in his "robbing expeditions." 11-01-1864 F1197
McClurg, Benjamin; McClurg, J. Camden Recruiting Station: Jefferson City F1894.7 89
McClurg, Caswel; McClurg, J. Camden Recruiting Station: Jefferson City F1894.7 91
McClurg, J. W. Camden Linn Creek Referred the case of John Thompson to Capt. Gravely 04-30-1862 F1211
McClurg, King; McClurg, J. Camden Recruiting Station: Jefferson City F1894.7 92
McClurg, William; McClurg, J. Camden Recruiting Station: Jefferson City F1894.7 90

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