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Name County City Subject Date Reel Number Frame Number File Number
[illegible] Cole Jefferson City Mostly notes of referrals. [illegible] F1340
[List illegible] Cole Jefferson City List of prominent men of Cole County with their political status. 04-29-1864 F1612 0801 9368
1st Nebraska Infantry Cole Jefferson City Continuation of report of Military Commission, beginning with page number 67. Pages include testimony regarding the actions of the 1st Nebraska Infantry. Many pages illegible. 11-??-1863 F1605 0792 7396
1st Nebraska Infantry Cole Jefferson City Document giving details on how the 1st Nebraska Infantry killed cattle belonging to Fred Goll without his knowledge. The killing resulted in 450 pounds of beef, exceeding the amount the men were entitled to. 10-23-1863 F1605 0842 7396
1st Nebraska Infantry Cole Jefferson City Illegible 12-29-1863 F1605 0733 7396
1st Nebraska Infantry Cole Jefferson City Letter from Gen. E. B. Brown listing names of men able to testify regarding the persons who committed outrages on citizens in area. Names include: William Wilson, Richard Woods and John Pleasant. 11-18-1863 F1605 0824 7396
1st Nebraska Infantry Cole Jefferson City Letter from Gen. E. B. Brown providing list of citizens who were robbed in Miller County at Hickory Hill by a party of soldiers and citizens. 11-04-1863 F1605 0817 7396
1st Nebraska Infantry Cole Jefferson City Letter from James Steger stating that in reviewing the papers referred to the Board of Officers was a receipt for 450 pounds of beef given by the regimental Quartermaster of the 1st Nebraska Infantry to Fred Goll. 11-26-1863 F1605 0812 7396
1st Nebraska Infantry Cole Jefferson City Proceedings of Military Commission. First pages entirely illegible. Fifty-six pages of testimony largely legible. Testimony regarding depredations committed by members of the 1st Nebraska Volunteer Infantry; no specific names given. 11-03-1863 F1605 0735 7396
1st Nebraska Infantry Cole Jefferson City Special Order 205, partially illegible. Order calls for Gen. E. B. Brown to appoint a Board of Commissioned Officers to examine accusations of depredations committed by 1st Nebraska Infantry. 10-31-1863 F1605 0820 7396
1st Nebraska Infantry Cole Jefferson City Special Order 240 illegible. 12-07-1863 F1605 0788 7396
1st Nebraska Infantry Cole Jefferson City Special Order 244 illegible. 12-11-1863 F1605 0789 7396
1st Nebraska Infantry Cole Jefferson City Special Order 248, 1, calling for Col. Alex Wilkins to be detailed as a member of the Board of Officers. Special Order 248, 2, relieves Wilkins from duty as a member of the Board of Officers. 12-16-1863 F1605 0790 7396
1st Nebraska Infantry Cole Jefferson City Statement of Calvin J. Barry, a loyal resident of Miller County, that he and his wife were met near their home by a group of 15 soldiers. The men took two horses, worth $175 from him. 10-28-1863 F1605 0837 7396
1st Nebraska Infantry Cole Jefferson City Statement of Edmund Riggs that a company of the 1st Nebraska Infantry camped on his farm three or four days. While camped there, the men burned an unoccupied house and killed four hogs. 10-28-1863 F1605 0840 7396
Aaron, Peter Cole Jefferson City Receipt for reimbursement for goods taken by the rebels 10-26-1864 F1213
Abbey, O. Cole Jefferson City Receipt for reimbursement for goods taken by the rebels 10-24-1864 F1213
Abbott, John Cole Jefferson City Oath of Allegiance 01-23-1862 F1213
Adams, Benjamin F. Cole Oath to the U.S. government 09-30-1864 F1214
Adams, Martin; Atchen, John; Brown, Fountain; Butler, Oliver; Black, Alexander; Copeland, William H.; Galvin, James; Hamman, A. J.; Hapsgood, Thomas; Hopkins, Charles; Lile, Daniel; Morgan, John H.; McDaniel, C. C.; Robb, B. F.; Sweat, Edmond; and others Cole Jefferson City Transfer of 25 prisoners from St. Louis to state penitentiary. 07-09-1865 F1641 1182 17700
Adams, Pless; Boggs, Henry Cole Recruiting Station: Washington F1897.5 95
Adams, Samuel H. Cole Jefferson City Sworn statement 11-23-1863 F1214
Adcock, John M. Cole Jefferson City Receipt for two horses taken by the rebels 1864/10 F1215
Adcock, Joseph S. Cole Jefferson City Oath of loyalty 1861/12 F1215
Affolher, John Cole He charges that General Price's army took one mare and mule from him on October 7, 1864 1864/10 F1215
Alexander, William Cole Elston Oath of Allegiance, and Parole 12-29-1862 F1461
Alfter, Franz Cole Jefferson City Receipt for livestock taken from him by the rebels during Price’s Raid 10-25-1864 F1461
Allen, B. F. Cole Jefferson City Receipt in full bar of all claims taken by the rebel army. 10-25-1864 F1462
Allen, Caswell Cole Elston Station Bond 07-22-1862 F1462
Allen, Caswell Cole Elston Station Oath 07-18-1862 F1462
Allen, Elias Cole Jefferson City Letter from John Sellewick (?) stating that Allen would be paroled and confined to Jefferson City until his health recovered enough to allow him to report to St. Louis. 11-13-1862 F1462
Allen, George; Lewis, Dr. Cole Recruiting Station: Jefferson City F1894.7 60
Allen, L. Cole Jefferson City Receipt in full barr of all claims for stock taken by the rebel army 11-02-1864 F1462
Allen, P. P. Cole Jefferson City Receipt in full bar of all claims taken by rebel army. 10-27-1864 F1462
Allen, Robert Cole Jefferson City Letter that Allen was taking plank and timber from the block houses at Grey Creek and damaging them so they were useless for the troops stationed as guards at the bridges. George E. Wade, informant. 08-26-1863 F1462
Allen, Samuel ? Cole Jefferson City Statement that Joseph M. Bell deserted the Union Army ?, banished from state by Captain Minick F1229
Allen, Solomon Cole Jefferson City Brief note that Allen was arrested for disturbing the peace; complaint also made that Allen had connections to a gang of horse thieves. Civil authorities also had charges against him. 01-25-1864 F1462
Allen, Thomas Cole Jefferson City Letter from Allen complimenting Captain Steger on his "obliging disposition as an officer" and noting that he will come to his office at 10 o'clock for a letter from General E. B. Brown. 12-06-1863 F1462
Allen, Thomas Cole Jefferson City Request of Maj. Gen. Schofield to send Sally W. Lockett south as she asks 10-22-1863 F1482
Allen, Thomas L. Cole Jefferson City Receipt in full bar of all claims for stock taken by the rebel army. 10-22-1864 F1462
Allen, W. Cole Jefferson City Letter introducing Allen to Major General Halleck (?). Allen, from Henry County, is noted as a reliable source for information on the strength of the rebel army. 12-01-1861 F1462
Allen, William Cole Jefferson City Oath 12-08-1861 F1462
Allen, William A. Cole Jefferson City Note showing that Allen received a horse to replace a horse taken from him by the enemy. 10-17-1864 F1462
Allen, William H. Cole Jefferson City Order No. 6 which Allen referred to regarding trade restrictions for merchants. 12-16-1862 F1462
Allison, J. L. Cole Jefferson City Situation of Elias Barnes 01-08-1865 F1183
Ames, J. W. Cole Jefferson City Letter noting that Ames is employed to look for contraband property left by Shelby. 02-07-1864 F1216
Amos, Anthony W. Cole Russellville Oath 08-16-1862 F1216
Amos, Benjamin Cole Jefferson City Letter charging Amos with encouraging rebellion against the government. Amos accused of evading the call for troops because of his Southern sympathies. 07-27-1862 F1216
Amos, Benjamin; Amos, Joseph; Amos, John; Amos, Andrew; Basinger, Robert; Templeton, Albert; Sullens, Joseph; Johnson, Joseph; Scott, Robert; Bliss, Timothy Cole Clark Township Affidavit of P. W. Sullens against Amos and others in relation to creating a rebel group. 08-??-1862 F1587 0667 1996
Amos, Elijah A.; Stevens, Clark; Steinberger, Peter Cole Statement of Amos; men from Cole County arrested in St. Louis 11-08-1862 F1590 0596 2933
Amos, James Cole Charges against Amos, confined in military prison; was guerrilla under command of Crabtree August 1862 N.D. F1219
Amos, James Cole Proceedings of Board of Officers. Charged with being a guerrilla under Crabtree. Board recommended that he be held until 03-01-1863 and then be released upon oath and $1000 bond. 11-21-1862 F1216
Amos, James Cole Jefferson City Charges and Specifications. Charged with taking up arms as a guerrilla and robber. Multiple copies of same document. 08-28-1862 F1216
Amos, James T. Cole Amos admits that he attempted to run to the South, but was returned. ??-25-???? F1216
Amos, John Cole Charges and Specifications - Charged with encouraging rebellion against the government. Charged with evading the call for troops due to his Southern sympathies. Joined forces of Crabtree. 07-27-1862 F1216
Amos, John Cole Jefferson City Receipt in bar of all claims for stock taken by the rebel army 10-27-1864 F1216
Amos, Joseph Cole Charges and Specifications - Encouraging rebellion against the government. Evaded the call for troops due to his Southern sympathies and joined forces with Crabtree, guerrilla and outlaw. 07-27-1862 F1216
Amos, Joseph Cole Jefferson City Cover letter for statement of Amos a prisoner, giving info against Robert and Martin Basinger and others, a secessionist band to which he belonged 08-16-1862 F1219
Amos, Joseph; Amos, Andrew; Amos, John; Amos, Benjamin Cole Release on parole by Special Order No. 84, Part 12. Prisoners were enroute to join Crabtree's guerrilla forces. Prisoners sent to St. Louis and then Alton Military Prison. 09-24-1862 F1588 0499 2277
Amos, Mary C. Cole Jefferson City Receipt in bar of all claims for stock taken by the rebel army. 11-02-1864 F1216
Anderson, Alexander Cole Jefferson City Receipt in bar of all claims for stock taken by rebel army. 10-21-1864 F1217
Anderson, C. P. Cole Jefferson City Proceedings of trial held by Military Commission. Charged with aiding and encouraging rebellion through his Moniteau County newspaper. Includes copy of an article and testimony. Much illegible. 06-09-1863 F1217
Anderson, Christopher C. Cole Jefferson City Receipt in bar for all claims for stock taken by rebel army 10-22-1864 F1217
Anderson, David Cole Jefferson City Receipt of bar of all claims for stock taken by rebel army. 10-27-1864 F1217
Anderson, Garrett M. Cole Jefferson City Letter accompanying records regarding an "outrage near Laclede." 02-09-1864 F1217
Anderson, J. M. Cole Jefferson City Request that the proceedings of the Military Commission be returned to the Head Quarters if still in the possession of the judge. 09-08-1863 F1217
Anderson, James M. Cole Jefferson City Order that prisoner Anderson be paroled to the limits of the city while awaiting publication of his sentence. 01-14-1864 F1217
Anderson, Otis Cole Jefferson City Oath 09-09-1862 F1217
Andrews, John; Boggs, Henry Cole Recruiting Station: Jefferson City F1894.5 47
Andweiler, Philip Cole Jefferson City Receipt in full bar of all claims for stock taken by the rebel army. 10-19-1864 F1137
Angenolt, Max Cole Jefferson City Receipt in full bar of all claims for stock taken by the rebel army. 10-28-1864 F1137
Apie (?), Richard Cole Jefferson City Receipt in full bar of claims for stock taken by rebel army. 10-26-1864 F1137
Applehaus, John P. Cole Jefferson City Bond 08-04-1862 F1137
Applehaus, John P. Cole Jefferson City Oath 08-04-1862 F1137
Arnold, King Henry; Cockrell, William; Dunn, Lewis; Dixon, Lewis; Estes, John C.; Jones, F.; Mulkey, John; Maupin, J. M.; Ragsdale, Thomas; Wakins, J. R. P. Cole Jefferson City Letter from H. A. Swift, warden of the Missouri State Penitentiary, that Arnold et al, prisoners, were received. The prisoners are to spend the rest of their sentences in Jefferson City and were transferred from Alton Military Prison. 06-22-1865 F1639 0543 17029

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