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Name County City Subject Date Reel Number Frame Number File Number
Austin, Andrew DeKalb Bond. Andrew arrested for giving aid and comfort to the enemies. 08-21-1862 F1137
Austin, Andrew DeKalb Oath 08-21-1862 F1220
Bashaw, George DeKalb Statement about involvement with bushwhackers ??-20-1865 F1225
Bashaw, James B. DeKalb Statement about his son's involvement with bushwhackers 03-13-1865 F1225
Bell, William M. Dekalb Bond, $1000, parole, to report at St. Joseph 02-22-1862 F1229
Boaz, Noah DeKalb Stewartsville Letter to General Fisk defending himself against liquor laws charge 03/07/1864 F1184
Boaz, Noah DeKalb Stewartsville Liquor laws violation 03/07/1864 F1184
Brooks, E. J. DeKalb Statement that he is the owner of a mule and does not know if it was used by the Confederates 09-30-1863 F1284
Cates, Charles DeKalb Statement of Cates that on May 30, 1864, he lost a horse. Feels horse was stolen since he raised it and doesn't believe it would leave on its own. Makes reference to Mr. Morgan who was arrested. 06-16-1864 F1140
Cates, Charles DeKalb United States vs. William P. Morgan. Statement of Lucinda Fields that Morgan was at her father's house around the time when Cates's horse was stolen. Hasn't seen Morgan since horse was stolen. 06-16-1864 F1140
Chappell, T. H. B. Dekalb Oath of Allegiance 09-10-1862 F1236
Chappell, T. H. B. DeKalb Oath of Loyalty 09-10-1862 F1236
Cole, G. W.; Smith, John; Smith, James; Greenwalt, Andrew Dekalb Maysville Cole stated that he had been deceived, had signed a petition requesting the release of the Smiths and Greenwalt, now wants his name removed 06-18-1862 F1585 0287 1154
Davidson, W. C. T. DeKalb Stewartsville Letter from Davidson to Major Beaty. Letter refers to "the chimney which I (Davidson) took down." Davidson is willing to pay for award, but asks for permission to build a new one. 11-11-1863 F1295
Davidson, W. C. T. DeKalb Stewartsville Letter largely illegible. Letter says Davidson offered to build a new chimney. Notes the old chimney was so rickety that it would have blown down on its own if Davidson hadn't taken it down. 10-29-1863 F1295
Davidson, W. C. T. DeKalb Stewartsville Statement of B. F. White that he was authorized to watch a vacant house. Saw Davidson come and go away with a load of bricks. Says the chimney was standing when Davidson arrived. 10-27-1863 F1295
Davidson, W. C. T. DeKalb Stewartsville Statement of Bartholomew Kost that he believed the vacant house had belonged to a rebel. Said doors, windows, lumber had already been taken from house prior to Davidson taking the chimney. 10-29-1863 F1295
Davidson, W. C. T. DeKalb Stewartsville Statement of Davidson that he took the chimney for bricks to repair his mill. Noted to several people that he would pay twice the value of the brick if he could find the owner. 10-31-1863 F1295
Davidson, W. C. T. DeKalb Stewartsville Statement of George L. Kost that Davidson tried elsewhere to get brick for the arch of the boiler for the steam mill. Says Davidson willing to pay for brick if he could find owner. 10-29-1863 F1295
Davidson, W. C. T. DeKalb Stewartsville Statement of P. A. Joseph that he believes Davidson did not tear down the chimney with any ill intentions. 10-30-1863 F1295
Davidson, W. C. T. DeKalb Stewartsville Statement of Theodore Bray that he was hired by Davidson to haul. Davidson asked him to help tear down the chimney; took the bricks to build a wall around a boiler at the steam mill. 10-27-1863 F1295
Davidson, W. C. T. DeKalb Stewartsville U. S. vs Davidson - charged with tearing down part of a house and appropriating materials feloniously. Davidson tore down a chimney on house belonging to Mrs. Jane McDonald for materials. 10-27-1863 F1295
Davis, James H. DeKalb Letter from Capt. Davis referring to the arrest of Jackson Gabbert and John Stobuck, who are thought to be guilty of bushwhacker raids in Platte and Buchanan Counties. Among "McCollum" docs. 08-??-1863 F1197
Downing, Alexander Dekalb Osborne Station Request of James N. Birch to get a passport to go to Mississippi and Louisiana for business. Once Surveyor General of U. S. lands in Mississippi 09-28-1863 F1305
Dunklin, A. H. ? DeKalb Stewartsville Letter concerning merchandise and stock on hand, illegible ??-??-???? F1188
Eiseman, Ben DeKalb Statement that he followed a girl of ill repute out of a store where a soldier had stolen some pants and she led him to the thief, Morris Duggan ? 12-14-1864 F1188
Eiseman, Charles DeKalb Statement that the pants stolen by Morris Duggan ? belong to Theil and Company 12-14-1864 F1188
Fields, Stephen DeKalb Washington Township Statement that William P. Morgan came to his house, but left after dark and wasn't seen again until arrested at Rochester, and that Charles Cates' horse was missing the next morning 06-16-1864 F1202
Fox, Otis ? DeKalb Stewartsville Illegible ??-??-???? F1188
Garrison, Oliver DeKalb $2000 bond, with C. Carter and Philader Pettis as sureties. Garrison, charged with ordering persons from their houses, must report to 6th District Office twice monthly. 11-15-1863 F1189
Garrison, Oliver DeKalb Maysville Garrison reports to Prov. Marshal at St. Joseph. 11-28-1862 F1189
Garrison, Oliver DeKalb Maysville Garrison writes to Prov. Marshal at St. Joseph, seeking exoneration, as he is a zealous Union man. n.d. F1189
Garrison, Oliver DeKalb Maysville Testimony of A. McPherson in case of Garrison, John Jackson and Jasper Rogers. [On same 3 pages as testimony of Mrs. Nancy Harney.] 11-15-1863 F1189
Garrison, Oliver DeKalb Maysville Testimony of John Jackson in Garrison case. 11-22-19863 F1189
Garrison, Oliver DeKalb Maysville Testimony of Mrs. Nancy Harney in case of Garrison, John Jackson and Jasper Rogers. 11-15-1863 F1189
Hankins, Jackson Dekalb Stewartsville Statement that Richard McManus is a rebel who told Mr. Fuqua that when Patton got to Rochester, to send a wagon to his house for potatoes as he had plenty 06-30-1863 F1370
Harlan, Robert Dekalb Statement that he was arrested for acknowledging himself as a rebel but also claims to be a constitutional Union man, belonged to Capt. Shinoos ? company of Paw Paw Militia 07-05-1864 F1339
Harmon, R. M.; Shafer, James Dekalb Statement that Robert Harlan claims he is a rebel, owns a Colt revolver and ammunition, and aided the rebellion 07-05-1864 F1339
Harris, Sater DeKalb Maysville Statement of arresting officer, Harris a rebel 03-25-1864 F1191
Hudson, James DeKalb Polk Township Statement that Morris Duggan ? stole some pants from a store 12-14-1864 F1188
Jackson, John DeKalb Bond for $200 11-22-1863 F1477
Jackson, John DeKalb Maysville Testimony of A. McPherson in case of Garrison, John Jackson and Jasper Rogers. [On same 3 pages as testimony of Mrs. Nancy Harney.] 11-15-1863 F1189
Jackson, John DeKalb Maysville Testimony of Mrs. Nancy Harney in case of Garrison, John Jackson and Jasper Rogers. 11-15-1863 F1189
Johnson, George W. DeKalb Oath of allegiance 05-26-???? F1348
Johnson, John DeKalb Statement of John Crowly that he heard Johnson give a speech at Thornton Mill in support of the Confederacy. The speech was in conjunction with attempts to raise a company of home guards. 01-16-1862 F1349
Johnson, John DeKalb Statement of Stephen Freeman that Johnson began the organization of a company for home protection. After secessionists began burning bridges, he said he would have nothing more to do with them. 01-16-1862 F1349
Johnson, John DeKalb Summary of statements which would be given against Johnson. States that Johnson said the South was in the right and that Johnson gave his son a horse, saddle and bridle to join the Southern army. N. D. F1349
Johnson, John DeKalb United States vs Johnson, charged with inducing men to join Price's Army and aiding and abetting rebels. Statement of John McManus that Johnson influenced him to join Price's Army. N. D. F1349
Jones, Byron DeKalb Request for transporation for William Blagg and T. J. Crumpucker(?) to go to St. Louis to act as witnesses in case against Jones. 01-13-1865 F1350
Keene, Isaac DeKalb Gearoge Bashaw's involvement with bushwhackers 03-24-1865 F1225
McDonald, Daniel M.; McDonald, Jane Dekalb Note from W. O'Toole, Assistant Provost Marshal, that his belief is that the Negroes in question are not entitled to free papers under Order No. 35. 03-03-1863 F1661 0009 22394
McDonald, Daniel M.; McDonald, Jane Dekalb Stewartsville Case regarding two slaves, a woman and a boy, taken from D. M. McDonald on the charge of being in the rebel service. Statements of Abner Lee, J. E. Somers, William Slaybough and W. H. Sifers that McDonald, former railroad agent, was an outspoken rebel. 02-26-1863 F1661 0003 22394
McDonald, Daniel M.; McDonald, Jane Dekalb Stewartsville Statement of Capt. Orlando G. McDonald that a slave named Mary applied to him for protection for herself and her 11 year old son, Aaron, At the time, Aaron was being held in confinement by Jane McDonald. He believes D. M. McDonald and wife are rebels. 02-28-1863 F1661 0007 22394
McFee, Samuel Dekalb Statement that R. Harlan was arrested by Capt. Miller of Caldwell County, and he accompanied him to St. Joseph 07-07-1864 F1339
McManns, John Dekalb Oath of Allegiance, witnesses Edward H. Tillyman, Co. G, 48th Kentucky Volunteers and Sgt. Lewis Fredeman 08-11-1863 F1370
McManns, John Dekalb Parole, ordered to leave the state during the war, witness Y. A. Fowler of St. Joseph 06-23-1863 F1370
Meek, George W. DeKalb Oath of allegiance 12-11-1862 F1372
Moore, E. C.; Stephens, J. G.; Smith, R. S.; Johnson, James B; Dekalb Maysville Weekly report to Provost Marshal General in St. Louis; lists of those taking oath or giving bond 06-24-1862 F1585 0882 1327
Morgan, Sarah J. DeKalb Oath of Allegiance, physical description included, sworn at Camp Douglas, Chicago, Illinois 01-06-1865 F1202
Parrott, Elias; Perry, Leander; Porter, Ephraim Dekalb General Order No. 3 and Special Order No. 329 appointing county board members 07-07-1862 F1586 0748 1733
Pittenberger, John Dekalb Statement about Louis R. Kell 02-08-1863 F1356
Potter, Thomas Dekalb Oath of Allegiance, witnesses Thompson Smith and P. K. O. Dimmitt of Buchanan County, bond, $2000 02-16-1864 F1386
Preston, Rupin; Vanner, Stephen Dekalb Recruiting Station: Plattsburg F1896.2 71
Ramsey, Austin Dekalb Bond, $120, to abide by the order of the United States court for the return of a horse worth $60, securities James McAdow and Absalom Norris 11-11-1862 F1255
Roberts, William M. Dekalb Statement that R. Harlan of Dekalb County, prisoner at St. Joseph, is a southern sympathizer and claimed he couldn't take the oath to vote 07-13-1864 F1339
Rogers, Jasper DeKalb Maysville Testimony of A. McPherson in case of Garrison, John Jackson and Jasper Rogers. [On same 3 pages as testimony of Mrs. Nancy Harney.] 11-15-1863 F1189
Rogers, Jasper DeKalb Maysville Testimony of Mrs. Nancy Harney in case of Garrison, John Jackson and Jasper Rogers. 11-15-1863 F1189
Smith, Edward DeKalb Oath of Allegiance 02-12-1864 F1209
Smith, John A. Dekalb Bond in the amount of $2,000. Smith arrested for harboring guerrillas. 08-27-186? F1262
Smith, John A. Dekalb Oath of allegiance 02-16-1864 F1262
Smith, Thompson Dekalb Bond in the amount of $2,000. 08-21-1863 F1263
Smith, William J.; Smith, John W.; Greenwalt, Andrew J.; Black, John; Sloan, James; Meek, Richard; Asher, Robert; Shannon, Joseph; Graham, Oliver; Wilson, James T.; Roundtree, John; Phelps, Andrew; Thompson, Gideon; Bashaw, James B.; etal Dekalb Maysville Men held Alton, IL military prison wishing to be released; petition for their release signed by 127 persons; letter requesting they be kept imprisoned until a counterpetition could be sent to Provost Marshal; men captured at Battle of Pea Ridge 06-14-1862 F1585 1102 1374
Stark, Roland DeKalb Statement in George Bashaw case 03-24-1865 F1225
Strong, Fountain Dekalb $1,000 bond; confined to counties of DeKalb, Clinton and Gentry for duration of war 08-21-1862 F1163
Strong, Fountain Dekalb Oath 08-21-1862 F1163

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