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Name County City Subject Date Reel Number Frame Number File Number
A. Cooper Otterville Possibly a detective, report to Col. Switzler that men dressed as soldiers claiming to be in advance of 1st. M.S.M. left horses with Mr. Blithe, and Robert Shirley, Thomas Shirley, John Thomas, Charles Thomas, and William Fielding are horse thieves 04-22-1864 F1611 0029 8942
Adams, Bap; Adams, W. D. Cooper Recruiting Station: Boonville F1892.2 113
Adams, Daniel; Baker, Samuel Cooper Recruiting Station: Tipton F1896.12 30
Adams, George; Warren, Solloman Cooper Recruiting Station: Tipton F1896.10 48
Adams, Greene; Adams, David Cooper Recruiting Station: Boonville F1892.2 136
Adams, Mary? T. Cooper Otterville Oath of Allegiance 06-08-1863 F1214
Allen, John; Rice, Charles Cooper Recruiting Station: Lexington F1895.3 21
Allen, Margaret B. Cooper Otterville Oath and physical description 06-20-1863 F1462
Allison, Dudley; Horis, Fred Cooper Recruiting Station: Boonville F1892.2 173
Allison, Dudly; Horis, Fred Cooper Recruiting Station: Boonville F1892.2 173
Allison, H. P. Cooper 46 years old. Claimed he met up with Price's Army at Blackwater while on private business and rode with them since he knew some of the men. Swears to not be assisting enemy. Offers to take oath. N.D. F1216
Allison, H. P. Cooper Boonville Found his horse with a cavalry company. Writing to receive an order for the horse. 02-03-1862 F1216
Allison, Hugh P. Cooper Oath 01-18-1862 F1216
Allison, John S. Cooper Oath 01-20-1862 F1216
Allison, Thomas; Ellison, William Cooper Recruiting Station: Warrensberg F1897.3 20
Allison, Thomas; Ellison, William Cooper Recruiting Station: Warrensberg F1897.8 88
Ames, J. M. Cooper Otterville Letter to Colonel Switzler, stating that due to an attack of neuralgia, it was impossible for him to come down for "arrangement"; will come as soon as possible. 02-08-1864 F1216
Ames, J. Milo Cooper Otterville Letter to Capt J. A. Green, noting that he is unemployed and seeking work in the detective department under General Brown. 01-12-1864 F1216
Amick, Eli Cooper Oath and personal description 02-11-1862 F1216
Amick, James A. Cooper Oath 05-19-1862 F1216
Amick, John F. Cooper Oath 05-19-1862 F1216
Amick, Leander Cooper Oath 06-21-1862 F1216
Anderson, Dick; Chandler, Leeroy Cooper Recruiting Station: Sedalia F1896.7 14
Anderson, John; Warfield, E. A. Cooper Recruiting Station: Boonville F1892.2 202
Anderson, Mickey; Quarles, James Cooper Recruiting Station: Tipton F1896.12 67
Anderson, William; Quarles, James Cooper Recruiting Station: Boonville F1892.2 201
Andrews, David Cooper Boonville Request for permission to purchase and ship goods to Boonville. Bottom of request includes statement of support from some of the citizens of Boonville. N. D. F1137
Anthony, Virginia W. Cooper Otterville Oath and physical description. Morgan County is written on top of document. 06-12-1863 F1137
Arbuckle, James Cooper Oath of Allegiance 12-26-1861 F1218
Argo, William Cooper Boonville Elias J. Bedwell, upon receiving three contraband horses, relinquished all future claims of stock losses from Price's raid 11-23-1864 F1228
Armstrong, L. P. Cooper Boonville Complains of damages to farm near Boonville by U.S. troops, mainly Dutchmen--cutting down trees, tearing down and burning fences, etc. 03-??-1862 F1218
Armstrong, C. A. Cooper Boonville Farm destroyed by soldiers; conversation with Col. Crittenden; refusal for family to go to Kentucky; are southern sympathizers but husband took loyalty oath 08-25-1862 F1218
Armstrong, Charlotte A. Cooper Boonville Danger from soldiers; request to remove family to Kentucky 08-14-1862 F1218
Armstrong, Mrs C. A. Cooper Boonville Requests repossession of her farm and authority to fence it; cemetery on property is defaced; adjoining fairgrounds have camping room; requests no more soldier burials on land 03-29-1862 F1218
Arnick, M. J. Cooper Order from St. Louis extending Arnick's parole limits to the loyal states 03-09-1865 F1219
Asberry, James W. Cooper Oath ??-??-1862 F1219
Asbury, A. F. Cooper Oath 05-26-1862 F1219
Asbury, James W. Cooper Oath 03-05-1862 F1219
Atkinson, James T. Cooper Oath 04-07-1862 F1220
Atkinson, James T. Cooper Oath 04-12-1862 F1220
Atkinson, Susan D. Cooper Otterville Oath 06-17-1863 F1220
Atkisson, John F. Cooper Otterville Oath 05-21-1862 F1220
Austin, St. Clair; Hurt, Benija Cooper Recruiting Station: Tipton F1896.11 106
Bacon, Robert B. Cooper Boonville Order No. 248 extending limits of parole to loyal states 09-23-1864 F1463
Bacon, Robert B. Cooper Boonville Requesting that bond limits be extended to Illinois in order to look for work 09-23-1864 F1463
Baily, Isam; Wing, Freeman Cooper Recruiting Station: Tipton F1896.11 102
Baker, Samuel R. Cooper Oath of Allegiance 06-17-1862 F1221
Baker, Shadrach; Young, John G. W. Cooper Recruiting Station: Tipton F1896.12 57
Baldwin, Benjamin Cooper Otterville Oath of Allegiance, witness D. S. M. Ellington, mostly illegible 02-??-1862 F1222
Bales, Elza Cooper Clark's Fork Oath of Allegiance 09-30-1862 F1222
Bales, Elza J. Cooper Palestine Township Oath of Allegiance 05-29-1862 F1222
Ball, Susan E. Cooper Otterville Oath of Allegiance, physical description included 06-28-1863 F1222
Ballard, Henry C. Cooper Lebanon Township Oath of Allegiance, witness G. W. McClain 07-30-1862 F1222
Bane, Eveline Cooper Otterville Oath of Allegiance, physical description included 06-20-1863 F1223
Banes, James Cooper Otterville Oath of Allegiance, physical description included 06-15-1863 F1223
Bankhead, John T Cooper Oath of Allegiance, witness Henry Atherk of Benton County 05-19-1862 F1223
Bankhead, John T Cooper Otterville Letter to Lieut. Swap explaining that he received his note, and sent it on to S. R. C. Anderson as it interests him as well, and the book "Life of Stonewall Jackson" was left at his house, but it was returned to him after his trip to St. Louis 06-19-1864 F1223
Banks, John; James Cooper Recruiting Station: Tipton F1896.11 31
Banks, Wilson; Ragland, William Cooper Recruiting Station: Boonville F1892.2 162
Barber, Arthur Louis; Tutt, Samuel J. Cooper Recruiting Station: Boonville F1892.2 110
Barnes, A. J. Cooper Boonesville Quartermaster in Jeff. City owes him $30 01-19-1863 F1183
Barnes, A. J. Cooper Boonville Introduction and affidavit of Judge Baker to P.M. of Jefferson City 10-17-1864 F1221
Barras, C. Cooper Booneville Has not given Confederate army information 12-11-1862 F1224
Barras, C., Cooper Booneville Husband joined the Southern Army 05-10-1863 F1224
Barton, Hezekiah? Cooper Oath of Allegiance 02-24-1862 F1225
Basket, Andrew; Muir, Maria Cooper Recruiting Station: Tipton F1896.11 204
Baughman, F. L. Cooper Otterville Oath of Allegiance and description 06-20-1863 F1226
Baxter, Anderson; Baxter, Hugh Cooper Recruiting Station: Tipton F1896.12 31
Baxter, Edmond Cooper Oath of Allegiance 09-08-1862 F1226
Baxter, Edmond Cooper Tipton $1000 bond for aiding enemy 10-26-1862 F1226
Baxter, Edmond Cooper Tipton Oath of Allegiance 10-26-1862 F1226
Baxter, Henry; Baxter, Hugh Cooper Recruiting Station: Tipton F1896.12 32
Baxter, Sidney Cooper Oath of Allegiance 09-05-1862 F1226
Baxter, Thomas Cooper Oath of Allegiance 09-08-1862 F1226
Baxter, Thomas Cooper Tipton $1000 bond for aiding enemies 10-26-1862 F1226

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