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Name County City Subject Date Reel Number Frame Number File Number
Adams, James G. Clay Liberty Statement regarding Adams who is a resident of Clay County and prisoner at Gratiot Street Prison, document is illegible 03-00-1864 F1606 0364 7665
Adams, James M. Clay Oath of Loyalty 02-07-1863 F1214
Adkins, James G. Clay Order 182 paroling Adkins for $2000 bond 1864/07 F1215
Adkins, James G.; Armstrong, E. P. Clay Liberty Letter reporting the arrest of two men; asks for further orders; variant name: Atkins 06-02-1864 F1615 0801 10082
Adkins, James G.; Armstrong, E. P. Clay Liberty Men released on parole from Gratiot Street Prison desire to be released from reporting weekly and if practical, to be released from reporting altogether. 12-08-1864 F1628 0515 13821
Adkins, R. L. Clay Liberty Oath of loyalty and bond 1865/01 F1215
Adkinson, Robert; Brockman, William; Nicholson, Joseph; Roberts, John N.; Scudder, Hugh; Dever, Salem; Brockman, Garrett N.; Marks, Edward; Revelhoit, Pleasant Clay Washington Township List of nine men of the 21st sub-district, Washington Township, Clay County serving in the rebel army ??-??-1865 F1658 0171 21444
Aiton, Thomas Clay Liberty Statement concerning conversation between Captain Carey and Arthur P. Clarkson of robbery of Clarkson's house, Carey obtaining supplies from Clarkson, Price's invasion, and holding post at Columbia 02-1865 F1238
Allcorn, James M. Clay Missouri City Bond 07-01-1862 F1462
Allcorn, James M. Clay Missouri City Oath 07-01-1862 F1462
Allen, John Clay Harlaem Letter from Allen to claim commissioners detailing that 75 bushels of oats were taken from his family while he was serving with the E.M.M.. Notes that the price of oats at the time was $0.50 per bushel. 04-25-1864 F1462
Allen, Rueben Clay Missouri City Bond 07-05-1862 F1462
Allen, Rueben Clay Missouri City Oath 07-05-1862 F1462
Amanda Clay Smithville Letter to her rebel husband, begging him to come home, and reports that Eliza, Jake, and Fannie tried to get to Kansas but were overtaken; Jake jumped in the river, but Eliza and Fannie were given two hundred licks a piece 03-??-1862 F1204
Anderson, Horace P. Clay Liberty Request to have the limits of his parole extended to include the loyal states and territories; is over the age of 45 and not subject to military service. 02-15-1865 F1217
Anderson, Spencer Clay Liberty Request to have the limits of his parole extended to any of the loyal states or territories. 02-24-1865 F1217
Anderson, Spencer Clay Liberty Statement that he knows the horse taken from David S. Gorden by Capt. Smith's men belongs to Mary Ann Holingsworth of Platte County, and she bought it from Samuel G. Holingsworth 07-02-1863 F1475
Armstrong, E. P. Clay Armstrong will be released from Gratiot Street Prison on bond pending trial and will report weekly by letter 07-13-1864 F1218
Armstrong, Edmund P.; Atkins, James G.; Gwinner, J.; Witthoff, W. H.; Sigemunt, T. N.; Moss, O. P.; Pfister, Joseph; Bradford, Larkin; White, C. J.; Clay Liberty Petition of loyal citizens to Col. J. P. Sanderson requesting the release of Edmund P. Armstrong and James G. Adkins, refers to Adkins serving as Liberty City Recorder and service in local militia in the defense against bushwhackers ? F1606 0393 7666
Armstrong, Edward Clay ? Reference to Gratiot Street Prison, document is illegible ? F1606 0362 7665
Arnold, Clay Liberty Re: investigation of Mrs. Arnold's case; order for her banishment; many are harboring bushwhackers 01-19-1865 F1219
Arnold, Elizabeth Clay Letter from Henry Lloyd McConnell recommending that Arnold be allowed to return home pending investigation; statement of her loyalty 12-30-1864 F1219
Arnold, Elizabeth Clay Manuscript notations regarding Arnold's sons in Union arny; recommendation for her to return home 12-30-1864 F1219
Arnold, W. H. Clay Liberty Recommendation of Pixley by E. M. Samuels, Liberty 12-14-1864 F1219
Arnold, William H. Clay Request from E. M. Samuels that Mrs. Arnold be exempt from banishment; 3 sons are in Union service 12-20-1864 F1219
Arnold, Walter W. Clay Oath 10-23-1862 F1219
Arnold, William H. Clay Affidavit of Peter C. Pixley that William Arnold was in Arkansas and Texas, but not attached to rebel army 12-14-1864 F1219
Arnold, William H. Clay Affidavit of Williamson P. Gibson, Clinton Co., that Arnold was in Arkansas, planning to relocate to Texas, but never connected to rebel army 12-12-1864 F1219
Arnold, William H., Sr. Clay Bond signed by Arnold, Jr. 04-12-1862 F1219
Arnold, William H., Sr. Clay Statement of property, including slaves, of Arnold, an aider and abettor of the rebellion; notation "to be confiscated" 07-27-186? F1219
Arthur, Wallace; Arthur, John Clay Recruiting Station: Liberty F1895.4 63
Atchison, William Clay Liberty E. P. Armstrong, bond security for Atchison, regarding extension of his parole limits 02-24-1865 F1220
Atchison, William Clay Liberty Parole limits him to Clay, Clinton and Buchanan Counties; request to have limits extended 02-24-1865 F1220
Atkins, James G. Clay Order to release from Gratiot St. Prison; bond required for $2,000 07-13-1864 F1220
Aulder, James Clay Now a prisoner of Clay County Militia; was previously paroled by Federal forces and arrived in Clay County with goods to make a suit of clothes ??-??-1863 F1220
Austin, William Clay Liberty Requesting limits of bond given in 1862 be extended to loyal states and territories 02-16-1865 F1220
Azline, Martin Clay Affidavit of George S. W. Jesse regarding ownership of horse; Azline, a widow, formerly of Clay County; husband traded a mill 10-03-1863 F1463
Baker, Andrew J. Clay Holt Oath of Allegiance 05-13-1862 F1221
Baker, Green; Baker, Caleb Clay Recruiting Station: Liberty F1895.4 49
Baker, Thomas J. Clay Oath of Allegiance 09-27-1862 F1221
Baldwin, Benjamin Clay Parole, age 45 07-13-1863 F1222
Baley, Garrett Clay Oath of Allegiance, witness Samuel H. Holmes of Liberty 10-16-1862 F1222
Barbour, James Clay Liberty List of one resident under the age of 20 in the 20th sub-district in Liberty Township and Gallatin Township in Clay County; reference to list of section 16 non-residents ??-??-1865 F1658 0175 21444
Beasley, Henson; Beasley, James M. Clay Recruiting Station: Liberty F1895.4 59
Beasley, Joseph; Beasley, James M. Clay Recruiting Station: Liberty F1895.4 60
Beauchamp, Robert Clay Oath of Allegiance 09-20-1862 F1227
Belch, E. C.; Watkins, J. M. Clay Liberty Petition from Watkins requesting that the limits of his parole be extended to include the loyal states and territories. 03-30-1865 F1638 1097 16859
Bell, Fielding Clay Oath of Allegiance 03-07-1862 F1229
Bell, William E. Clay Oath of Allegiance 10-21-1862 F1229
Benton, Hiram Clay Oath of Allegiance 05-01-1863 F1230
Benton, Hiram Jr.; Benton, Hiram Sr. Clay Bond, $1000, arrested for giving aid to the enemy 05-04-1862 F1230
Berry, E. U. Clay Oath of Allegiance 01-24-1863 F1231
Berry, Henry; Berry, John Clay Recruiting Station: Liberty F1895.4 10
Bevens, David M. Clay Charges and specifications: giving aid to the enemy by informing rebel Capt. Taylor the location and pursuit of Federal troops under Capt. Kemper, Co. K, 9th Cavalry, M.S.M. 07-14-1864 F1231
Bevins, David M. Clay Liberty Parole, age 59, witness W. A. King 07-23-1864 F1231
Bird, Henry; Bird, Greenup Clay Recruiting Station: Liberty F1895.4 15
Bivens, David Clay Liberty Provost asking Col. Sanderson the whereabouts of 09/08/1864 F1138
Bivens, David Clay Liberty Statement of Provost Robert Fleming who attempted to investigate Bivens at his house 06/06/1863 F1138
Bivens, David M. Clay Liberty Provost cover letter that David Bivens is disloyal 06/09/1863 F1138
Bivens, David M. Clay Liberty Statement of Marion K. English 06/03/1863 F1138
Bivens, David M. Clay Liberty Testimony of Marion K. English against Bivens who allegedly wanted money to protect English from bushwhackers 06/06/1863 F1138
Black, E. W. Clay Missouri City Anonymous letter to Provost that letters addressed to her involve rebel plots 11/08/1864 F1138
Blakey, M. O.; Warren, John; Green, Silverton; Garrett, Robert; Courtney, William; Cummins, William F.; Cummins, John B.; Campbell, Albert Clay Washington Township List of eight men of the 21st sub-district, Washington Township, Clay County serving in the rebel army ??-??-1865 F1658 0172 21444
Bledsow, Franklin Clay Loyalty Oath 03/09/1863 F1466
Bledsow, James M. Clay Loyalty Oath 03/07/1863 F1466
Bledsow, Welcom Clay Oath sworn before Churchill J. White, Provost Marshal 03/11/1863 F1466
Boggerss, John Clay Oath of Allegiance 08/15/1862 F1184
Boggess, John Clay List of prisoners discharged on oath of allegiance and bond. List gives name, residence, and date released. 07-??-1862 F1586 0660 1709
Bolden, Bengaman; Rolinson, Zacamien Clay Liberty Securities on the bond of Zephaniah Pollock giving permission to extend the limits of his bond to include the loyal states and territories 02-28-1865 F1385 P 154
Boyce, Victor Clay Oath of Loyalty F1234
Bradford, William; Campbell, James L. Clay Liberty List of prisoners sent to St. Joseph, MO; poor quality image on microfilm 05-29-1864 F1648 0706 18931
Brasfield, James Clay Oath of Allegiance 03-08-1862 F1282
Brasoner?, Jacob Clay Oath of Allegiance 10-24-1862 F1282
Braswell, William Clay Oath of Allegiance and description 05-06-1865 F1282
Brining, W. Clay Liberty Recommendation to Col. Baker to grant the request of Leonidas W. Leavell to extend his parole to include the loyal states as he has acted in strict conformity with his obligations 03-15-1865 F1360

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