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Name County City Subject Date Reel Number Frame Number File Number
Adams, John H. Chariton Statement that Robert Shannon is a Union man with little property, and doesn't believe he harbored or fed rebels 03-03-1865 F1488 E and M 124
Adams, John; Barnes, Milton; Eperly, Samuel N.; Cottingham, Robert; Rogers, Joseph; Wright, Samuel E.; Richardson, Ezekiel; Richardson, William F.; Fauks, George W.; Dunn, Samuel; Damon, John H.; Peters, John M. L.; Rothwell, John H.; and others Chariton Statement by deputy provost marshal for Chariton County noting men from Wayland township who had enlisted in rebel service; poor quality image on microfilm, difficult to read 02-09-1865 F1654 0368 20205
Addis, William Chariton Salisbury Additional statement giving the physical description of bushwhacker Ben Boydston, and describes the actions of rebels Jasper Boydston, James Boydston, George Boydston and Unionists John Boydston and John Allen 12-01-1864 F1488
Addis, William Chariton Salisbury Carpenter, former member of 10th Missouri Cavalry, statement listing names of Hotlzclaw's guerrilla band commanded by Jim Jackson, where they raided, and who of the locals helped them, including several females and his own family 04-03-1865 F1488
Agee, Isaac; Jackson, Mrs. Milton Chariton Recruiting Station: Brunswick F1892.3 66
Albert, William Chariton Oath of Allegiance 02-24-1862 F1461
Allen, Isaac; Cabell, Charles J. Chariton Recruiting Station: Brunswick F1892.3 36
Allen, Jesse; Allen, John Chariton Recruiting Station: Brunswick F1892.3 70
Allin, James; Allin, Thomas H. Chariton Recruiting Station: Brunswick F1892.3 149
Allin, Scott; Wintworth, Stephen Chariton Recruiting Station: Brunswick F1892.3 165
Anderson, John M. Chariton Bond 04-15-1862 F1217
Andrews, Matilda Chariton Statement of Mrs. Matilda Jane Mock that Andrews was a rebel who had threatened Mock and her father by saying she would send the bushwhackers back to kill them all. 03-29-1865 F1137
Applegate, James Chariton Brunswick Oath 02-21-1862 F1137
Applegate, James L. Chariton Brunswick Letter from William E. Moberly to the Provost Marshal General asking that Applegate be released from his bond which restricted him to Chariton, Carroll and Saline counties due to his loyal behavior. 02-09-1863 F1137
Applegate, Poke; Applegate, Lewis Chariton Recruiting Station: Brunswick F1892.3 83
Arixon, John; Clark, James Chariton Recruiting Station: Marshall F1895.7 92
Arnold, David; Doxy, Thomas Chariton Recruiting Station: Brunswick F1892.3 43
Ashly, Alexander; Ashly, Polly Chariton Recruiting Station: Brunswick F1892.3 147
Bailey, Ephraim; Davis, John M. Chariton Recruiting Station: Brunswick F1892.3 23
Bailey, Minerva J. Chariton Negro, statement that she lives with Mrs. Green Bailey, that she saw Jim Jackson when he was wounded, believes he was staying with Mrs. Cummings, and Mollie Bailey was tending to him, lists several names and circumstances 04-10-1865 F1488
Bailey, Samuel G. Chariton Bond 06-23-1862 F1464
Bailey, Samuel G. Chariton Oath 06-23-1862 F1464
Bailey, Samuel G. Chariton Salisbury Letter from Lucius Salisbury requesting extension of Bailey's parole limits to go to Illinois with his race colt 07-01-1863 F1464
Baker, Darius Chariton Oath of Allegiance 02-27-1862 F1221
Ballantine, D. C. Chariton Oath of Allegiance, witnesses Javan B. Irvine, lieutenant, 13th Infantry, U. S. A. and John M. Duffy, lieutenant, 13th Infantry, U. S. A. 03-20-1862 F1222
Ballard, James Chariton Keytesville Wrapper only, taken in arms, at Alton 03-??-1862 F1222 583
Barnes, Milton Chariton Oath of Allegiance 04-15-1862 F1183
Barnes, Thomas Chariton Glasgow Examination of a Roan mare 06-17-1865 F1235
Barr, John N.; Moore, John Chariton Keytesville Sureties of Thomas H. Benford on bond of $1000 that the boundaries of his parole will be extended to any point in the Federal lines 06-6-1864 F1230
Barrett, William F.; Allen; White; Hurt; Grubbs Chariton Statement that Daniel Bentley, arrested for riding with Poindexter, is illiterate and was duped by bad men and not to judge him harshly 08-1862 F1230
Bayne, Joseph; Bayne, Elizabeth A. Chariton Recruiting Station: Brunswick F1892.3 18
Bayne, Miles; Bayne, Elizabeth A. Chariton Recruiting Station: Brunswick F1892.3 5
Bayne, Tony; Bayne, Mrs. E. A. Chariton Recruiting Station: Brunswick F1892.3 99
Beardon, Newton; Beardon, Elijah; Beardon, Benjamin; Beardon, William; Kelly, John Chariton Brunswick Letters regarding prisoners who had been paroled and had apparently had continued disloyal actions; images of poor quality, partially illegible 12-31-1862 F1591 0318 3240
Beaty, John; Jones, Melissa I.; Gandser, Jesse; Harrison, Mary; Hosper, J. H.; Alderson, John F.; Nanee, Sarah C.; Thornton, C. L.; Adams, John H. Chariton Witt's Mill Petition to allow a parole for Robert Shannon, mill engineer 03-21-1865 F1488 E and M 124
Bell, Andrew J. Chariton Clark Township Oath of Allegiance F1229
Bell, George W. Chariton Statement that he was never involved with Rebel Army for which he was arrested by Macon City soldiers 06-11-1864 F1229
Bell, Thomas Chariton Oath of Allegiance 03-08-1862 F1229
Bellew , Marion Chariton Missouri Township Oath of Allegiance 06-23-1862 F1229
Bellew, Perry Chariton Missouri Township Oath of Allegiance 06-21-1862 F1229
Bentley, Abraham; Bentley, Jordan Chariton Recruiting Station: Brunswick F1892.3 173
Bently, George; Bently, Jordon Chariton Recruiting Station: Brunswick F1892.3 62
Berry, E.; Rucker, George W.; Agee, Thomas; McAshan, Samuel; Bunker, Abraham; and others Chariton Statement by deputy provost marshal for Chariton County noting men from Brunswick township who had enlisted in rebel service; poor quality image on microfilm, difficult to read 02-01-1865 F1654 0370 20206
Best, William H. ; Best, Peggy Chariton Recruiting Station: Glasgow F1893.10 51
Birch, Francis; Parks, E. H. Chariton Recruiting Station: Brunswick F1892.3 100
Bivens, Joseph Chariton Missouri Township Oath of allegiance 07/18/1862 F1138
Bivens, Mary A. Chariton Service of order of banishment by officer 02/12/1865 F1138
Bivens, Mary A. Chariton Special Order 8 by Brig. Gen. Fisk: order to report for banishment 01/17/1865 F1138
Black, Robert A. Chariton Orlando Clarke's examination and statement of Black 03/16/1865 F1138
Black, Robert A. Chariton Special Order 165: releasing Black, alias Aaron Blackburn, from Gratiot Prison 07/16/1865 F1138
Black, Robert A. Chariton Statement by John Watson that Black is bushwhacker and threatened his life 03/17/1865 F1138
Black, Robert A. Chariton Statement by William W. Watkins that Black was a bushwhacker 03/18/1865 F1138
Black, Robert A. Chariton Statement of son Jim against him being a bushwhacker 04/04/1865 F1138
Blacklock, Harry; Williams, John P. Chariton Recruiting Station: Laclede F1895.1 28
Blue, John A.; Douglas, James M.; Norman, J. B. Chariton Brunswick Petition claiming that Richard D. Mauzey has been an outspoken Union man since the war started 01-09-1863 F1485
Blue, John H. Chariton Brunswick Request that the Provost Marshal General give the case of James B. Moore attention 11-17-1862 F1201
Blue, John H.; Cunningham, John F.; Mills, J. J.; Johnson, A.; Winslow, Charles A.; Smith, Y. O.; Coleman, James T.; Jaco, Oliver R.; Fimrell, Abner Chariton Brunswick Complaints by county committee and citizens against Capt. Stanley and his soldiers. Report on Holtzclaw and Anderson activity. Correspondence from Col. William E. Molney. 08-02-1864 F1620 0479 11401
Blue, John H.; Dodge, John D. Chariton Brunswick Statement to the provost marshal at Gratiot Street Prison that James B. Moore, prisoner at Alton, is an innocent sufferer and a loyal man and hopes he will soon be released 11-16-1862 F1201
Blue, John H.; Hancock, N. C.; Moberly, William E.; Winslow, Charles A.; Cunningham, John F.; Douglas, James M.; Caples, W. G.; Parks, J. C. Chariton Brunswick Letter from prominent Chariton County men (occupations given) expressing gratitude to Provost Marshal in St. Louis for the arrest of Rev. Caples; complained about Rev. J. C. Parks; said both ministers were rebel sympathizers 04-15-1862 F1584 0901 1028
Boley, William Chariton Oath of Allegiance 03/03/1862 F1184
Bollinger, George W. Chariton Oath of Allegiance, witnesses Thomas C. Fletcher, George Partridge, and William Litton 02-21-1862 F1222
Boss, Moses; Moore, Widow Chariton Recruiting Station: Brunswick F1892.3 53
Bounds, Rev. E. M. Chariton Arrested and charged with disloyalty and influence 12-19-1862 F1233
Bounds, Rev. E. M. Chariton Brunswick Provost Marshal's statement regarding Rev. Bounds refusal to take Oath of Allegiance 12-17-1862 F1233
Brammer, Roland B. Chariton $1000 bond for aiding enemies 04-07-1862 F1139
Brammer, Roland B. Chariton Oath of Allegiance 03-20-1862 F1139
Brammer, Roland B. Chariton Unable to find securities for bond 04-07-1862 F1139
Brandidge, John Chariton Examination and statement 01-07-1863 F1139
Brinke?, Geo. Chariton Brunswick Reporting for parole 06-02-1862 F1283
Brinker, George J. Chariton Oath of Loyalty 03-20-1862 F1283
Brooks, E. W. Chariton President's Proclamation Oath and description 02-20-1865 F1284
Brooks, Jesse F. Chariton Oath of Allegiance and description 06-23-1865 F1284
Brooks, Nelson; Rigg, Charles F. Chariton Recruiting Station: Brunswick F1892.3 129
Brooks, Tunis Chariton Prarie Township Oath of Allegiance 06-12-1862 F1284
Brown, Doctor; Herndon, Jesse Chariton Recruiting Station: Brunswick F1892.3 11

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