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Name County City Subject Date Reel Number Frame Number File Number
Adams, James; Adams, Elmore; Arnold, J. R.; Arnold, William; Arnold, George; Adams, Lazarus; Adams, Elsac; Adams, F. M.; Atwood, George W.; Arnold, John; Atteberry, William K.; Briant, Jackson; Breeze, William; Blackshire, William L.; etal Dallas Buffalo List of rebel and rebel sympathizer names submitted by the county board. Includes enrollment of names and property. 234 names. 09-29-1862 F1588 0004 2133
Andrews, Robert S. Dallas Oath 05-02-1862 F1137
Baker, George W. Dallas Bulluu? Oath of Allegiance 05-29-1962 F1221
Baker, Joshua Dallas Washington Oath of Allegiance 05-14-1862 F1221
Beckerdite, Alexander; Bennett, Nathaniel; Burton, William; Bartley, Master; Bales, William; Clymore, Simon; Cox, John; Conley, George; Craigg, Robert; Cooksey, G. W.; Cooksey, William; Cline, Jacob; Cudington, William; Crass, John; Case, Thomas; etal Dallas Buffalo List of rebel and rebel sympathizer names submitted by the county board. Includes enrollment of names and property. 234 names. 09-29-1862 F1588 0004 2133
Blackshire, N. J.; Bottoms, G. W.; Bone, G. L.; Burton, James; Brown, Thomas; Ball, William H.; Ball, John A.; Babb, Joseph; Buckhammon, Peter; Bell, Harrison; Baker, Josiah; Brundage, J. B.; Biles, Alfred; Brills, H. G.; Bennett, Moses; etal Dallas Buffalo List of rebel and rebel sympathizer names submitted by the county board. Includes enrollment of names and property. 234 names. 09-29-1862 F1588 0004 2133
Bolin, Overton Dallas Oath of Allegiance 06/09/1862 F1184
Burns, James W.; Eldredge, Joseph; Bennet, William; Wilson, Richard Dallas Buffalo Letter from Capt. Burns regarding men who were selling liquor at or near the post; poor quality images on microfilm, partially illegible 02-01-1865 F1593 0402 3718
Burton, William G. Dallas Statement that he heard a man threaten to hang Robert Clark if he didn't leave the area. He left. 12-05-1862 F1238
Campbell, John Dallas Sworn statement 12-05-1862 F1238
Caulder, David Dallas Oath of allegiance 05-30-1862 F1292
Cauley, Benjamin Dallas Oath 05-20-1862 F1140
Cavin, William B. Dallas Oath 07-24-1862 F1140
Clymore, Simon Dallas Oath given at Lebanon 05-03-1862 F1239
Clymore, Simon Dallas Greene Township Oath of Loyalty 05-03-1862 F1239
Cooksey, Charles M. Dallas Oath of Allegiance 07-26-1862 F1240
Cooksey, George Dallas Oath of Allegiance 07-26-1862 F1240
Cooksey, W. M.; Cooksey, John; Covin, Joseph; Crawford, Williamson; Conn, J. N. W.; Duckworth, P. W.; Duckworth, J. E.; Duckworth, R. H.; Duckworth, Calvin; Drumheller, Thomas; Davison, Joshua; Edmondton, J.; Fleming, James; Fraker, B.; etal Dallas Buffalo List of rebel and rebel sympathizer names submitted by the county board. Includes enrollment of names and property. 234 names. 09-29-1862 F1588 0004 2133
Cooksey, William L. Dallas Oath of Allegiance 07-26-1862 F1240
Craddington, William Dallas Prisoner; was in rebel service; denies guerrilla warfare or bushwhacking; memo: not very frank, examine further; file notation: no charges 07-10-186? F1243
Davison, William; Davison B. Dallas Recruiting Station: Springfield F1896.8 94
Davison, William; Davison, Brucken Dallas Recruiting Station: Springfield F1896.8 91
Deleplain, Solomon Dallas Oath of Allegiance 11-02-1862 F1299
Dowell, R. H. Dallas Examination, arrested as a Confederate soldier, prisoner at Gratiot Street Prison, in Battle of Pea Ridge and Van Buren, wished to be exchanged 03-23-1863 F1305
Edwards, Major; Edwards, William Dallas Recruiting Station: Lebanon F1895.2 14
Edwards, W. B. Dallas Buffalo Letter re: his property destroyed by order of Lt. Col. Lewis; wishes to know if he is entitled to compensation 04-02-1862 F1310
Edwards, W. B. Dallas Buffalo Reporting that he knows of none in county who failed to enroll except those who have gone into volunteer service since enrollment; sent other muster roll to adjutant general's office in St. Louis 11-23-1862 F1310
Edwards, William B. Dallas Oath of appointee to county board ??-??-186? F1310
Eldridge, J. C. Dallas Letter to southwest provost transmitting names of witnesses against Eldridge and sending Eldridge 07-13-1864 F1311
Ellington, W. M. Dallas Statement from Faulkner Graves and Co vouching for loyalty of W. M. Ellington and Co., merchants ??-??-186? F1310
Etheridge, Matthew Daniel Dallas $2000 bond, Calvin Duckworth and William D. Hardison, sureties. Etheridge is restricted to Dallas and Hickory Counties. 06-09-1862 F1313
Etheridge, Matthew Daniel Dallas Greene Twp. Oath, before Edmund Wuerpe, Ass't. Prov. Marshal, witnessed by T. N. Hlau [or T. N. H. Cau] and P. F. Veach, Cavalrymen 05-06-1862 F1313
Fortner, E. D. Dallas Oath of Loyalty 07-30-1862 F1321
Fortsner, Benjamin Dallas Oath of Loyalty 07-22-1862 F1321
Fullerton, Reuben M. Dallas Statement of Toliver Roberts, who had arrested Fullerton, and found him evasive. 08-04-1862 F1469
Fullerton, Rueben m. Dallas Subject says he has not been in the rebel army but would rather see Jeff Davis succeed in forming a new government. n.d. F1469
George, James; Highfill, A.; Hensley, G. W.; Harper, James; Highfill, Bennett; Howard, James; Hunt, Thomas; Hunt, Peter; Hunter, Warenton; Highfill, Andrew; Howard, E. S.; Howerton, George; Harris, James; Harris, Nathan; Haymes, Spencer; etal Dallas Buffalo List of rebel and rebel sympathizer names submitted by the county board. Includes enrollment of names and property. 234 names. 09-29-1862 F1588 0004 2133
Green, Milton Dallas Joseph C. Eldridge and J. N. Morrow inquiring about arrest of desperado Green in Ohio by Mr. Drake of Bolivar; prisoner in Jefferson City; much evidence in county against him; such men should not go unpunished 01-24-1865 F1332
Hackler, Jesse; Myres, James H.; Myres, Peter Dallas Depositions regarding rebels stealing corn, molasses, and horse; Variant name: Myers, Meyers 11-12-1862 F1590 0137 2840
Harmon, James Dallas Oath of Allegiance, witnesses Thomas C. Fletcher, C. Ennis, and John A. Ford 02-??-1862 F1339
Harris, J. T. Dallas Wardens Station Statement that Doctor William Hunter told August Hocting and Thomas Corsey that he would have Co. K, 8th M.S.M. ruin their farms if they didn't leave the county 03-15-1864 F1610 0132 8716
Henderson, Andrew Dallas Oath of allegiance 05-29-1862 F1470
Highfill, A. Dallas Oath of Allegiance 07-23-1862 F1192
Highfill, A. Dallas Physical description 07-23-1862 F1192
Highfill, H.; Hendrixson, J.; Hendrickson, Hiram; Hendrix, A. C.; Hale, Francis; Joreal, W. R.; Johnson, Robert; Jackson, Neadham; Jones, E.; Jones, J. B.; Jones, James; Kinchelo, Archibald; Knox, John; Kelley, Harmon; Lutrell, Thomas; Lucus, John; etal Dallas Buffalo List of rebel and rebel sympathizer names submitted by the county board. Includes enrollment of names and property. 234 names. 09-29-1862 F1588 0004 2133
Highfill, John B. Dallas Oath of Allegiance 07-31-1862 F1192
Highfill, John; Howerton, Edmond; Howerton, G.; Harmon, James; Harmon, D.; Hamilton, Gideon; Hendrickson, John; Haws, Albert; Hale, Fountain; Hendrix, Mark; Hawkins, Joseph; Highfill, J. B.; Highfill, Jeremiah; Hurd, George; Highfill, J. J.; etal Dallas Buffalo List of rebel and rebel sympathizer names submitted by the county board. Includes enrollment of names and property. 234 names. 09-29-1862 F1588 0004 2133
Highfill, William M. Dallas Parole, ordered to give bond of $2000 12-16-1862 F1192
Hovey, Eleazer Dallas Oath as appointee to county board by Brig. Gen. Brown under Gen. Order No. 3 07-22-1862 F1343
Howard, John Dallas Oath, witnessed by William H. Liggett of Camden Co. 06-17-1862 F1344
Hunt, Peter Dallas Oath; physical description: age 63, 5' 8", blue eyes, grey hair 10-29-1862 F1345
Hunt, Peter Dallas Order No. 409 changed to allow Hunt to return home to Polk County on parole, reporting to the provost at Bolivar monthly ??-??-186? F1345
Hunt, Peter Dallas Parole on promise to report monthly at Bolivar; parole given at Springfield; physical description 10-29-1862 F1345
Hunt, Peter Dallas Statement: arrested in Polk County, went there because life was threatened by Lindsays of Hickory County; is a doctor; in Price's army 5 weeks, joined at Greenfield, left at Pineville ??-??-186? F1345
Hutchinson, Thomas Dallas Appointment to County Board 07-22-1864 F1148
Hutchinson, Thomas Dallas Appointment to County Board according to General Orders No. 3 III; sworn oath 07-22-1862 F1148
Hyde, Thomas Dallas Greene(?) Oath of Loyalty F1149
Jeffries, George Dallas Oath 06-23-1862 F1347
Jenkins, John H. Dallas Letter to Gen. Curtis requesting letter verifying his loyalty; since moving to county is accused of disloyalty; signed: your scou(t?) in Benton County, Arkansas; James (illegible) send his respects 07-15-1862 F1347
Jobe, [?] Dallas Statements of three people that Dr. Jobe had owned a strawberry horse, now in the possession of Nancy Hodges. 10-25-186? F1348
Jones, Nathaniel D. Dallas Oath of allegiance 05-02-1862 F1352
Jones, Washingtoin Dallas Oath of allegiance 05-20-1862 F1352
Kinder, Henry Dallas Statement of Israel Kinder detailing how his brother, Henry Kinder, was shot and killed after being stopped by two men dressed in Federal uniforms. 03-08-1864 F1358
Kinder, Henry Dallas Statement of Israel Kinder illegible. ??-??-???? F1358
Kinder, Henry Dallas Statement of John R. Cochran that Kinder was regarded as a Southern sympathizer who harbored guerrillas. 03-08-1864 F1358
Kinder, Henry Dallas Statement of Richard Elliott that Kinder was a "loud advocate of the Southern cause and boasted that my property had been taken from me by guerrillas." 03-08-1864 F1358
Kinder, Henry Dallas Statement of W. J. Moore that Kinder had the reputation of being a Southern sympathizer. 03-08-1864 F1358
Kinder, Henry Dallas Statements of M. and Eli Rhodes illegible. 03-08-1864 F1358
Knight, Amos S. Dallas Wardens Station Statement that Doctor William Hunter told him, his father, William Smith, and other Union men that if they stayed in the county, he'd bring Co. K, 8th M.S.M. on them and would show them where they stood 03-15-1864 F1610 0132 8716
Lowder, James Dallas Charge: disloyalty for secreting himself with other disloyal persons in a camp or cave in Texas County ??-??-186? F1363
Lowder, James Dallas File notation: escaped 20 June 1863 06-20-1863 F1363
Lowder, James Dallas Prisoner's statement: age 21; born Tennessee; arrested Pulaski county for not enrolling; never in arms, not a sympathizer; passed a cave where men were hiding 04-16-1863 F1363
Lowder, James Dallas Special Orders No. 152 to release from Gratiot Prison; must take oath and enroll in E.M.M.; notation: escaped 11-18-1863 F1363
Lowder, James Dallas Wishes to be released from Gratiot Prison; will give bond and join militia 06-17-1863 F1363
Lyons, G. W. Dallas Oath 06-16-1862 F1364

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