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Name County City Subject Date Reel Number Frame Number File Number
Adams, John W. Cass Oath of Loyalty 06-12-1862 F1214
Allen, James and Andrew Cass Pleasant Hill Statement of Andrew Allen that United States soldiers broke into their store and stole goods to the amount of 800 dollars. Claims that both he and James are loyal and never engaged in the rebellion. 02-28-1864 F1462
Allen, Solomon Cass Statement of Allen that he lost 100 bushels of corn worth $250 which was burned by Major Ranson's men. Corn was held at home belonging to James and Andrew Allen. When home was burned, he lost corn. 08-24-1864 F1462
Allen, Solomon Cass Pleasant Hill Statement of Andrew Allen regarding Solomon Allen's claim for destroyed corn. Andrew states troops under Major Ranson set fire to Allen's home and corn. States Solomon Allen was a Union man. 08-28-1864 F1462
Alsher, Thomas W. Cass Harrisonville Oath of Loyalty 07-28-1862 F1213
Arnold, David; Newman, Jessee; Underwood, Wesley; Underwood, Jackson; Rouland, Jessee; Henry, George; Stone, Mrs. John; Green, Simon; Branch, Kit; Canter, William; Potter, Benjamin; Tate, Carroll; Cave, John; Armstrong, John D. etal Cass Pleasant Hill List of individuals who were banished from the Military District by Captain Ballinger for disloyalty. 25 names included on list. Lists states these banishments led to other rebel families to leaving on their own. 09-16-1863 F1602 0129 6364
Arnold, George B.; Kreeger, John W.; Oldridge, Absolem; Mers, F. D; Freeman, James M.; Mers, Wilson P.; Hamilton, Charles; Oldridge, James; James, U. R.; Good, Joseph; Oldridge, Lewis G.; Read, Nancy; Holcomb, Shedrick; Griffith, James W.; etal Cass Pleasant Hill List of individuals who have established their loyalty at Pleasant Hill, MO. 204 names included on list. List notes name of individual who claimed loyalty, their residence and the names of witnesses by whom their loyalty was proven. 09-1863 F1602 0124 6364
Ashby, L. F. Cass Harrisonville Oath 05-12-1862 F1219
Austin, John Cass Harrisonville Oath 07-18-1862 F1220
Ayer, Stephen Cass Request from Chaplain/Supt. of Refugees for transportation for Ayer and wife to Cincinnati; lived Cass County but rebels took livestock and drove them from home; came to St. Louis, are elderly and destitute 08-24-1864 F1463
Bailey, William J. B. Cass Oath 07-08-1862 F1464
Belcher, James O. Cass Harrisonville Oath of Allegiance 07-18-1862 F1228
Bemear, Mark Cass Oath of Allegiance 06-12-1862 F1229
Bosters, William Cass Sugar Twp. Swears that Gilbert Febeck had to leave his farm per Special Order 11. 11-07-1863 F1316
Bouse, Job Cass Oath of Allegiance 12-02-1862 F1233
Bracken, Henry M.; Henly, Fielding; Smith, William S.; Henshaw, Jesse; Crist, Samuel S.; Talbott, John Westly; Wilson, Thomas A.; Aldridge, Absalom; Mills, Ben F.; Mills, William; Jacobs, Thomas; Webster, John; Hall, Robert; Parker, James; and others Cass Pleasant Hill List of persons who were exempt from the draft 12-29-1864 F1654 0658 20292
Bradshaw, Lucius Cass Oath of Allegiance 07-03-1862 F1139
Brock, James Cass Oath of Allegiance 06-11-1862 F1284
Brock, Silas E. Cass Oath of Allegiance 07-16-1862 F1284
Brock, William W. Cass Oath of Allegiance 06-14-1862 F1284
Brooks, Lynch Cass Grand River Township Oath of Allegiance 05-06-1862 F1284
Brooks, Oliver G. Cass Grand River Township Oath of Allegiance 05-06-1862 F1284
Brown, Alexander; Sarancy, Silas Cass Recruiting Station: Tipton F1896.12 8
Brown, R. A. Cass Harrisonville Requesting that a company of soldiers be sent to guard the post 05-15-1864 F1286
Brown, Robert Cass Harrisonville Statement of Capt. J.T. Blake relating to Brown, whose house was fired into by U.S. soldiers thinking it was filled with Bushwhackers 07-27-1863 F1286
Brown, Robert A. Cass Harrisonville Transmitting statement relative to Robert A. Brown case 07-29-1863 F1286
Bullock, Harber N. Cass Oath of Allegiance 01-12-1862 F1288
Cady, Richard Cass Oath 06-28-1862 F1291
Christian, John C.; Lynn, James; Morgan, Cyrus; Rowland, William L.; Lynn, Cecen; Williams, J. W.; Mead, Ruben; Ligman, B. L.; Walton, Moses E.; Rider, Samuel B.; Lorrense, Silas; Dorsey, Robert; Hays, Robert B.; Tipton, Albert G.; and others Cass Harrisonville Tri-monthly report of oaths administered and bonds filed 12-10-1862 F1654 0004 20112
Cleavland, Napoleon B. Cass Harrisonville Statement that Cyrus Morgan loaned him a horse to ride, but later took it back, had seen him riding a bay horse and a mule 11-10-1862 F1202
Cochran, James P. Cass Oath of Allegiance 07-13-1862 F1187
Cochran, James P. Cass Statement made in Springfield; enlisted in M.S.G.; in Southern army 7 months, 22 days; discharged at Memphis, went to Little Rock, Fayetteville; arrested there; wants to take oath and give bond; notation: release on oath and $2,000 bond; released 18 July 07-13-1862 F1164
Coleman, C. F. Cass Pleasant Hill Argument against compensating Alfred Delevan for food taken by soldiers 02-16-1864 F1299
Corby, John; Nailers, Fountain Cass Recruiting Station: Kansas City F1894.8 16
Corby, John; Nailor, Fountain Cass Recruiting Station: Kansas City F1894.9 28
Corby, John; Nailors, Fountain Cass Recruiting Station: Kansas City F1894.9 4
Coughenor, John Cass Harrisonville Horse that was his horse is now in possession of provost marshal 11-12-1863 F1242
Courtright, R. Cass Austin Letter from Capt. Kingsbury re: order to hold sutler's bills in favor of Courtright for St. Louis creditors; no corn for 4 days, horses and mules used up, no forage 05-11-1864 F1242
Davidson, Thomas Cass Harrisonville Oath of allegiance 07-01-1862 F1295
Davis, James R. Cass Oath of allegiance 06-09-1862 F1296
Dawson, Warren Cass Harrisonville Oath of allegiance 07-26-1862 F1297
DeVilliers, Henry Cass Harrisonville Inclusion of affidavits of Amos Holcomb, James M. Holland, Doctor J. H. Warren, and Mary Jane Richards on the death of James Richards, killed by Col. Jennison's command, and the burning of Richards' house and theft of his horses 02-13-1862 F1390
DeVilliers, Henry Cass Harrisonville Letter to Gen. Schofield, sending affidavits regarding the killing of James Richards, a Union man, by men commanded by Col Anthony, and that he saw Richards in his coffin while travelling with dispatches for Gov. Gamble 02-13-1862 F1390
Dice, Adam Cass Harrisonville Oath of Allegiance 06-27-1862 F1301
Dodd, James; Fuller, James; Wilkins, I. Edward Cass Pleasant Hill Correspondence concerning Englishman having property taken by Union soldiers and how to recover the property 09-10-1861 F1581 0715 138
Dolan, Benjamin F. Cass Harrisonville Oath of Allegiance 07-02-1862 F1303
Doudna?, W. Cass Harrisonville Arrest of Edward Penn, and information provided by him 10-27-1863 F1161
Dunn, Edwin Cass Harrisonville Oath of Allegiance 06-28-1862 F1307
Dunn, John Cass Harrisonville Oath of Allegiance 06-28-1862 F1307
Dunn, John J. Cass Harrisonville Oath of Allegiance 06-28-1862 F1307
Eaton, Lucien; Smith, James H.; Harrison, Robert Cass Harrisonville Report by unknown author to Major Eaton; re: rescue of Smith at Canton, Missouri; Harrison had arrested and was holding Smith in custody without authority, Smith was rescued by a mob of citizens and Harrison was arrested, illegible 10-28-1864 F1626 0725 13204
Elmer, E. P. Cass Pleasant Hill General Order 2 not to sell liquor to soldiers or citizens without an order from headquarters 02-20-1864 F1476
Elmer, E. P. Cass Pleasant Hill Statement concerning the seizure and spilling of liquor belonging to Mr. Hood, sutler 04-10-1864 F1476
Farmer, Henry; Christian, John; Obanion, A.; Long, John; Williams, David Cass Harrisonville General Order No. 3 and Special Order No. 124 appointing county board. 08-01-1862 F1587 0353 1927
Febeck, John G. Cass Sugar Twp. Living on his father's farm, he knows that he had to leave per order of Brig. Gen. Thomas Ewing 11-07-1863 F1316
Febeck, William Cass Sugar Twp. Living on his father's farm, he knows that he had to leave per order of Brig. Gen. Thomas Ewing 11-07-1863 F1316
Febrek, Gilbert Cass Sugar Creek Twp. Claim, $523.50, for stock and personal property that he had to abandon on his farm n.d. F1316
Finney, Hamilton Cass Harrisonville Letter from George W. Weber to Capt. Peter Tallon in St. Louis that he (Weber) is enclosing evidence from Finney's case. Weber thinks there is one man whose evidence will be valuable. 06-03-1863 F1317
Finney, Hamilton Cass Harrisonville Statement of Hugh G. Glenn that he believed Finney was a secessionist at start of war; doesn't know if Finney still is now. Believed at start of war Finney got powder to defend Cass County. 06-03-1863 F1317
Finney, Hamilton Cass Harrisonville Statement of John Christian that he knew Finney and believed that he was a secessionist. Thinks Finney was in the Battle of Lexington and Battle of Wilson's Creek, on the rebel side. 06-03-1863 F1317
Finney, Hamilton Cass Harrisonville Statement of John Coughenour that he knew Finney, who was formerly county clerk. States that he believed Finney was a secessionist; never heard Finney threaten Union people. 06-03-1863 F1317
Finney, Hamilton Cass Harrisonville Statement of William A. Jack that he knew Finney to be a secessionist and still considers him one. Heard Finney say he loaded cannons at Battle of Lexington and had part in getting 75 kegs of powder. 06-03-1863 F1317
Fortune, William A. Cass Pleasant Hill Corp, Co. K, 2nd Colorado Cavalry, statement that he bought whiskey at the store of Mr. Hood, sutler, without an order to do so 04-18-1864 F1476
Fuqua, William Cass Clay Twp. Oath; witness, Oliver ----- was of Ralls Co. 03-11-1862 F1469
Garbet, William Cass Harrisonville Statement that Cyrus Morgan returned from Kansas City with two horses and a mule, and he only had one horse when he left, partial statement 11-10-1862 F1202
Hall, John R. Cass Oath of Allegiance 07-09-1862 F1336
Hansel, Anthony Cass Liberty Statement requesting recompense for damages and loss suffered by him at the hands of local bushwhackers in the sum of $16,000, former capt. of the E.M.M. and commander of Liberty post 01-06-1865 F1338
Harwood, Robert B. Cass Harrisonville Oath, handwritten, before Capt. W. A. Martin of 9th Cav. Mo. Vols., witnessed by G. W. Stapp. (3 copies) 07-14-1862 F1340
Hayes, John C. Cass Harrisonville Oath of Loyalty 08-11-1862 F1341
Hayes, Milton Cass Oath of Loyalty 08-11-1862 F1341
Hendren, Abner W. Cass Harrisonville Oath of allegiance 07-07-1862 F1470
Henley, Joseph B. Cass Harrisonville Oath of allegiance 08-10-1862 F1471
Herrill, Anderson Cass Harrisonville Oath of allegiance 07-01-1862 F1472
Herrill, Andrew J. Cass Harrisonville Oath of allegiance 07-02-1862 F1472
Herrill, Samuel Cass Harrisonville Oath of allegiance 07-01-1862 F1472

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