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Name County City Subject Date Reel Number Frame Number File Number
Averill, John Dunklin Oath 03-25-1863 F1463
Baker, G. S. Dunklin Oath of Allegiance 04-07-1863 F1221
Bartholomew, William H. Dunklin Charge and Specification against him ??-??-1863 F1225
Bartholomew, William H. Dunklin Examination of Bartholomew 06-26-1863 F1225
Baxter, D. L. Dunklin Oath of Allegiance 04-06-1863 F1226
Bray, William Dunklin Oath of Allegiance 04-08-1862 F1282
Caldwell, George Dunklin Oath 06-23-1865 F1291
Caldwell, George E. Dunklin West Prairie Charge and specifications; charged with violating oath of allegiance by joining Kitchen's regt. June 1863 ??-??-18?? F1291
Caldwell, George E. Dunklin West Prairie File notations: St. Louis, Gratiot St. Hospital, wants to take oath and give bond and be released ??-??-1864 F1291
Caldwell, George E. Dunklin West Prairie Letter from acquaintances and neighbors explaining his connection with rebel armies, stating that he is unjustly held 05-??-1865 F1291
Caldwell, George E. Dunklin West Prairie Letter from Caldwell, age 41, Gratiot St. Hospital; was conscripted in Kitchen's command, returned home and returned impressed horse to rightful owner 05-05-1864 F1291
Caldwell, George E. Dunklin West Prairie Statement from Adrian B. Owen, county clerk, Audrain Co., testifying to veracity of William L. White, James Warren and Lewis Whitfield, signers of statement about Caldwell 05-12-1865 F1291
Caldwell, George E. Dunklin West Prairie Statement from Capt. E. Colbert that Adrian B. Owen and William L. White are loyal and their statement (re: Caldwell) should be considered 05-12-1865 F1291
Campbell, James F. Dunklin Statement of Campbell that he was arrested in his home. He thinks he was arrested because a company headed south were encamped 300 yards from his home. Will not enroll, but will take the oath. N. D. F1185
Cole, A. J. Dunklin Statement that he joined military to put down Jones' guerrillas, is a southern sympathizer 03-1863 F1141
Davis, J. R. Dunklin Oath of allegiance and physical description. ??-08-1862 F1296
Davis, J.A. Dunklin Oath of allegiance and physical description 06-23-1865 F1296
Davis, Thomas H. Dunklin Oath of allegiance 04-08-1863 F1297
Dennis, William Dunklin Examination 04-14-1863 F1299
Enness, Nathaniel Dunklin Oath; physical description: age 35, 5' 1", dark eyes, black hair, dark complexion, born NC 04-08-1863 F1312
Faulkner, George Dunklin Oath before G. H. Richardson at St. Louis, witnessed by C. C. Williamson of St. Louis. Faulkner was 24. 06-12-1865 F1315
Faulkner, James C. Dunklin Examination of prisoner Pvt. Faulkner, a rebel soldier under Capt. Sinclair, at Myrtle St. prison by Lt. Wm. E. Ware. Faulkner, 35, was a blacksmith, had a wife and child. 04-14-1863 F1315
Going, A. J. Dunklin Oath sworn at Alton, witnessed by prison inspector; physical description: dark complexion, black hair, black eyes, 5' 9" 04-21-1865 F1328
Gregory, Isaac Dunklin Oath of Allegiance with physical description 03-17-1862 F1333
Hale, V. W. Dunklin Bond ($2,000); (handwritten) voluntarily surrendered; charged with having been in arms against the U. S.; will not leave Dunklin County 03-19-1863 F1190
Hale, V. W. Dunklin Oath of Allegiance 03-20-1862 F1190
Harkey, S. J. Dunklin Oath of Allegiance, witnesses J. A. Ewing and J. S. Dunken 03-19-1862 F1339
Helen, Gorge D. Dunklin Bond in the amount of $2,000. 03-18-186? F1470
Helm, George B. Dunklin Oath of allegiance and physical description 03-18-1865 F1470
Horsman, W. S. Dunklin Oath 04-08-1863 F1343
Jones, Joshua Dunklin Parole 04-26-1862 F1351
Jordan, Elis Dunklin Oath of allegiance and physical description 06-12-1865 F1353
Kelsor, Benjamin Dunklin Oath of Allegiance 10-31-1864 F1194
King, Henry H. Dunklin Oath 04-??-1863 F1151
Kingston, W. B. Dunklin Oath; physical description: age 35, 5' 8", blue eyes, brown hair 06-12-1865 F1151
Langdon, E. Dunklin Oath of allegiance 03-??-1863 F1479
Lee, R. B. Dunklin Oath of Allegiance, witness J. A. Ewing 04-01-1863 F1361
Martin, John Dunklin Oath, taken at Alton, Illinois 05-??-1865 F1368
McCullom, Jesse W. Dunklin Note stating, "Examination referred to Maj. Leighton." N. D. F1198
McGrew, George W. Dunklin Oath of Allegiance, witness J. A. Ewing of Bloomfield 03-16-1863 F1369
McGrew, George W. Dunklin Physical description 03-16-1863 F1369
McGrew, Hamilton Dunklin Oath of Allegiance, witness J. A. Ewing of Bloomfield 03-16-1862 F1369
McGrew, Hamilton Dunklin Physical description 03-16-1862 F1369
McGrew, James W. Dunklin Oath of Allegiance, witness J. A. Ewing of Bloomfield 03-16-1862 F1369
McGrew, James W. Dunklin Physical description 03-16-1862 F1369
McKinney, Nathan P. Dunklin Oath of Allegiance, witness Cyrus Hull of Bloomfield, Stoddard County 10-03-1863 F1200
Miller, Patton Dunklin Parole. Miller arrested for being found in Arkansas. 05-02-1862 F1157
Pierce, J. M. Dunklin Oath; physical description: age 27, 5' 6" tall, blue eyes, sandy hair, born in (illegible) 03-18-1863 F1383
Pollock, A. J. Dunklin Oath of Allegiance, witness J. H. Ewing of Bloomfield 04-08-1863 F1385
Pollock, A. J. Dunklin Physical description 04-08-1863 F1385
Province, John Dunklin Wrapper only, a deserter from Harris' Battalion, Clark's Brigade, enlisted in rebel service July, 1863 ??-??-186? F1388 16835
Reed, Lt. Dunklin Complaint against Reed for robbing a home and taking a horse 04-18-1865 F1205
Ringgold, J. H. Dunklin Bond ($1000) for disloyalty 03-??-1862 F1391
Ringgold, J. H. Dunklin Oath of allegiance and description 03-20-1865 F1391
Seabough, John Dunklin Oath of allegiance 03-28-1862 F1399
Smithson, R. A. Dunklin Bond in the amount of $2,000. 03-1?-1865 F1264
Smithson, R. A. Dunklin Oath of allegiance and physical description 03-1?-1865 F1264
Snider, Jacob Dunklin Oath of allegiance 04-08-1862 F1264
Sooter, John H. Dunklin Statement of Francis H. Denton that he has known Sooter for 6-7 years. Denton, when conscripted by Jeff Thompson, saw Sooter in the rebel camp. He doesn't know if Sooter was there voluntarily or not. N. D. F1265
Sooter, John H. Dunklin Statement of T. W. Herron that he does not know anything about Sooter's involvement with guerrillas or the murder of Borger. Says Sooter went into Pemiscot County to keep away from the State Militia. 04-19-1863 F1265
Sooter, John H. Dunklin Testimony of Joseph Herron and James M. Ponnell that they do not believe Sooter has been with the guerrillas or in the Confederate Army. Notes that Sooter and his brother Ben are accused of killing a man named Borger. N. D. F1265
Swift, John Dunklin Statement of Swift that he was constable of Elk Township, Stoddard County, when the sons of Madison Anderson were killed. Swift administered the estate of Edward Anderson. Details how rebels took from the estate and M. Anderson threatened his life. 03-23-1863 F1272
Walker, J. W. Dunklin Oath of allegiance 03-18-1863 F1275
Walls, R. R. Dunklin Oath of Allegiance 03-11-1863 F1276
Ward, T. T. Dunklin Bond ($3,000); arrest on charge of disloyalty and being a spy; shall not leave the city limits of New Madrid except with permit 03-14-1865 F1277
Ward, T. T. Dunklin List of prisoners sent to St. Louis from New Madrid (Ward, charge: rebel spy) 02-23-1865 F1277
Watkins, John R. B. Dunklin Completes Voluntary Statement of Prisoners while at Myrtle Street Prison 04-13-1863 F1412
Wells, Charles Dunklin Oath of Allegiance 6-23-1865 F1415
Wilcox, William Dunklin Charged with being with Putnam, one of Jeffer's men ? F1419
Wilcox, William Dunklin Examination, examiner recommends that he be exchanged or kept in prison 01-30-1863 F1419
Wilcox, William Dunklin Statement about his involvement in the Confederate army 01-30-1863 F1419
Wilcox, William Dunklin Voluntary statement to the Provost Marshal, states that he wishes to be exchanged but will take oath and give bond 01-07-1861 F1419

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