Missouri Digital Heritage :: Collections :: Missouri's Union Provost Marshal Papers :: Search Results

Missouri's Union Provost Marshal Papers: 1861 - 1866


New Search

Records 1 thru 75 of 709

Name County City Subject Date Reel Number Frame Number File Number
Adams, Nathan; Adams, Samuel T. Franklin Recruiting Station: Washington F1897.5 10
Adkins, Joseph; Allen, Ruben; Baker, Joseph L.; Bean, Bud; Bean, William; Bean, Rosa; Bedford, James; Bly, James; Boone, Nathan; Branch, Pink; Branch, Ance; Branden, Mary; Cashion, Andrew; Cobble, Allen; Cobble, Alexander C. etal Franklin List of disloyal citizens of Franklin and Lincoln counties and the amounts assessed to pay for damages done to the persons and property of loyal citizens by "their bushwhacking friends." Eighty-six names on list. N. D. F1660 0292 22180
Allegree, William; Davidson, Charles; Davidson, Ansolom; Drace, Wilson; Davidson, Samuel; Murphey, Edward B.; Gordon, William; Davidson, Napolian B.; Strickland, Edward A.; Cole, William; Birch, Franklin; Franklin Washington Arrested on way to joining rebel army and for aiding men in joining rebel army. 08-10-1862 F1587 1117 2108
Allen, T. R.; Brown, Isiah Franklin Pacific Allen and Brown both appointed as enrolling officers for Allenton. Brown, superintendant of county farm, did not live in Allenton and had not been enrolling militia. Requesting resolution to matter. 07-27-1862 F1586 1089 1805
Anderson, B. Franklin Washington James Wilhelm orders that Capt. Anderson take every horse left by the Confederate soldiers able to be mounted and at the same time make a list of all citizens owning the horses 10-09-1864 F1397
Anderson, Benjamin E. Franklin Union Letter from Anderson to Brigadier General Ewing emphatically stating that he never intended to say "anything abusive of the state government." 09-20-1864 F1217
Anderson, Charles; Campbel, Harvey Franklin Recruiting Station: Washington F1897.5 83
Anderson, Henry Franklin Washington List of property taken from him by rebel army. 10-22-1864 F1217
Angerer, Fritz Franklin Washington Statement of Angerer that he had taken from him by Confederate forces under General Price, one dark bay horse, a large amount of leather, and shoemaker tools. 10-11-1864 F1137
Annalung, Phillip; Altenmiller, Mathias; Asherman, Henry; Arnold, Andrew; Abbig, George; Altenmiller, H.; Adlear, George; Ahling, William; Adney, Samuel; Adams, James; Bushtein, Charles; Busch, George S.; Buscher, Henry; Bevis, J. W.; and others Franklin List of persons enrolled and not exempted or assigned to an enrolled militia company. List gives name, age, and whether Union or rebel. 500+ names. 10-10-1862 F1589 0099 2423
Armstrong, S. F.; Allart, Adams; Breckenridge, Mack G.; Beasley, Patrick R.; Brown, Lilburn; Barnes, James H.; Bailey, William; Bridges, John; Bridges, Robert; Blankenship, William R.; Caldwell, Seth; Clark, Samuel; Camp, S. Oliver; Cooper, William etal Franklin Letter from 1st Lt. S. Williams partially illegible. Williams states he is forwarding a list of men who joined Price's Army from Franklin County. He has not gotten the list of persons who joined from Jefferson County. 12-12-1864 F1661 0238 22468
Armstrong, S. F.; Allart, Adams; Breckenridge, Mack G.; Beasley, Patrick R.; Brown, Lilburn; Barnes, James H.; Bailey, William; Bridges, John; Bridges, Robert; Blankenship, William R.; Caldwell, Seth; Clark, Samuel; Camp, S. Oliver; Cooper, William etal Franklin List of men who joined Price's Army, 7th Sub-district, St. Louis District. List includes: name, age, residence, family, property, remarks. Ninety-one names on list. N. D. F1661 0242 22468
Armstrong, T. B. Franklin Statement of residence in TX and visit to MO, arrest in Washington or Crawford Co. N.D. F1218
Armstrong, Thomas P. B. Franklin Oath of Allegiance 11-10-1862 F1218
Armstrong, Thomas P. B. Franklin Parole bond; sureties James Cadwell and John Roles 11-10-1862 F1218
Arnold, Eliza Franklin Husband George Arnold in military; details of possession of house N.D. F1219
Arnold, Eliza Franklin Letter From R. M. Cole, Savannah, Andrew Co. that Arnold took forcible possession of part of house occupied by Lt. Phares 04-05-1865 F1219
Arnold, Elizabeth Franklin Illegible ??-??-1865 F1219
Aschemann, Henry Franklin Washington $140 in gold pieces stolen by Homer Stopest; money hidden from rebels; statement by M. C. Aschemann 10-10-1864 F1219
Atkins, C. Franklin Security on bond of Doctor A. W. Cole to extend parole to all loyal states 12-18-1864 F1141
Augustus, Jean Baptiste Franklin Oath N.D. F1220
Ault, T. M. Franklin Pacific Regarding bonds and taxes received while in office, all were passed to successor 04-04-1863 F1220
Ault, T. M. Franklin Pacific Temporary parole of William M. Bell until January 4, 1862 12-28-1861 F1229
Bacon, Williamson Franklin Bond 11-04-1862 F1463
Bacon, Williamson Franklin Oath 11-04-1862 F1463
Bagby, H. C. Franklin Oath 08-20-1863 F1463
Bagby, Julian; Breckenkamp, A.; Kramer, William; Haase, J. H.; Pilster, N.; Grube, F.; Elbert, Henry; Rinne, H.; Meyer, P.; Pohlmann, William; Schrader, Gotlieb; Watkins, H. P.; Steneker, William; Philbin, William J.; Jeffries, A. W.; and others Franklin Petitions by citizens of Franklin County on behalf of Julian Bagby; also includes statement by Bagby, who was conscripted by rebels, and later taken prisoner by U. S. and sent to St. Louis 10-14-1864 F1656 1036 20994
Bailey, Caleb Franklin List of livestock taken by rebels on 10-02-1864 11-15-1864 F1464
Bailey, Caleb Franklin Statement of Henry Badmiller regarding government horse in his possession replevied by Bailey 01-22-1864 F1464
Baily, John B. Franklin Ohio City Charles L. Robbins, sheriff of Franklin County, is on his way to Springfield, Missouri, for the purpose of bringing Baily to trial for breaking open the county treasurer's safe. 04-20-1864 F1612 0466 9292
Barby, Mary Jane Franklin Report of loss during Price's raid 11-14-1864 F1359
Barnes, George Franklin Oath of Allegiance and description 01-16-1863 F1183
Barnes, James H. Franklin Oath of Allegiance 04-15-1862 F1183
Barrett, John Franklin Claiming innocence, request early trial 09-19-1862 F1224
Barrett, John C.; Brown, Edward; Moore, Andrew B.; Brown, Edwin Franklin Washington Prisoners arrested for being southern sympathizers. Two loyal Negroes belonging to Edmund Brown served as witnesses. 08-17-1862 F1587 0869 2067
Beasley, Martin; Beasley, William Franklin Recruiting Station: Washington F1897.5 51
Beasley, Richard; Beasley, Patrick Franklin Recruiting Station: Washington F1897.5 44
Beasley, Sam; Beasley, A. Franklin Recruiting Station: Washington F1897.5 43
Beasley, Spencer; Beasley, William Franklin Recruiting Station: Washington F1897.5 48
Beasley, William Franklin Oath to support Constitution and acts of Congress in reference to slaves 04-11-1865 F1227
Beasley, Zenno; Beasley, William Franklin Recruiting Station: Washington F1897.5 60
Beigner, George Franklin Washington Bond, $2000; to sell arms and ammunition 05-16-1864 F1228
Beigner, George Franklin Washington Permit to sell arms and ammunition 05-16-1864 F1228
Bell, Charles; Bell, John Franklin Recruiting Station: Washington F1897.5 54
Bell, William M. Franklin Boon Oath of Allegiance 01-16-1862 F1229
Benner, Arnold Franklin Union Report to St. Louis of his whereabouts 02-06-1864 F1230
Benner, Arnold Franklin Union Report to St. Louis of his whereabouts 02-18-1864 F1230
Bette, J. F. W. Franklin Pacific Charges and specifications against Pvt. George Branter, Co. B, 10th Louisiana Regiment: being in the rebel army, that he claimed to have fought for Jeff Davis and if given a chance, would do so again 12-11-1863 F1270 S 154
Bibb, Perry; Bibb, William Franklin Recruiting Station: Washington F1897.5 17
Bibb, Ruben; Bibb, James Franklin Recruiting Station: Washington F1897.5 19
Birkman, Henry Franklin Washington Rebels stole his horses on October 3, 1864 10/19/1864 F1465
Bishop, John S. Franklin Union Illegible content 10/04/1864 F1138
Blankenship, Charles H. Franklin Boone Township area. Oath of Allegiance sworn at Lebanon, Laclede County 02/04/1862 F1466
Bledsoe, Rueben Franklin Gray's Summit From camp at Gray's Summit, Meramec Township, 4 miles north of Sullivan Station, to Provost Marshal of Franklin County. Reporting loss of dark claybank horse valued at $125 11/02/1864 F1466
Blow, Henry Franklin Asks for examination into case of Murphy implicated in murder of Barnes 11-10-1863 F1183
Boeger, Henry Franklin Union Reporting as condition of parole 01/01/1864 F1184
Boeger, Henry Franklin Union Reporting as condition of parole 01/07/1864 F1184
Boeger, Henry Franklin Union Reporting as condition of parole 10/21/1863 F1184
Boeger, Henry Franklin Union Reporting as condition of parole 10/30/1863 F1184
Boeger, Henry Franklin Union Reporting as condition of parole 11/19/1863 F1184
Boeger, Henry Franklin Union Reporting as condition of parole 12/17/1863 F1184
Boeger, Henry Franklin Union Reporting as condition of parole 12/25/1863 F1184
Boland, F.; Royze, C.; Kruger, A. W.; Murphy, E. W.; Gast, A. F.; Fricke, C. A.; Schumman, Charles; Eitzen, Henry C.; Mistz, John; Keenslor, Aug; Ehlenbeck, Lebrecht; Cerius, G. E.; Lahrne, C.; Mayer, Helmutt; Jacob, Charles; Bugl, Lewis; Weber, Charles Franklin Washington Petition that George Bergner, gunsmith, is loyal, 20 signatures ??-??-186? F1231
Booth, R. W. Franklin Statement by county clerk of Franklin Co about balance on file in his office (Dr. Booth) 02/06/1864 F1232
Booth, R. W. Franklin St. Clair Special order 35 provost Marshal's office in St. Louis dealing with how the department will be governed concerning slaves 12/24/1862 F1232
Booth, R. W. Franklin St. Clair Statement by P. C. Williams about Dr. Booth restraining Negroes 01/19/1864 F1232
Booth, Richard Franklin Statement in the case of John Cheatham 11-27-1864 F1186
Booth, Richard W. Franklin Statement by Dr. Booth about ownership of some Negroes 02/04/1864 F1232
Booth, Richard W. Franklin Statement by P.C. Williams against Dr. Booth about ownership of the Negroes with names and descriptions 01/29/1864 F1232
Booth, Richard W. Franklin St. Clair Statement by P. C. Williams that Dr. Booth is holding the Negroes illegally and that Booth is a rebel 02/11/1864 F1232
Borgmann, Mary Franklin Washington States she had horses and supplies taken by Confederates under Price 10/24/1864 F1232
Bottemiller, Henry; Bailey, Caleb; Gerder, Louis; Hiatt, John Franklin Campbellton Letter from Charles Himberg concerning two cases related to horses taken by rebels. 02-14-1865 F1631 0516 14694
Bouson (?), Franklin Pacific Details concerning seizure of property and slaves 09-07-1861 F1233
Bowen, Henry; Bowen estate Franklin Recruiting Station: Washington F1897.5 67
Bowman, W. H. Franklin Oath of Allegiance F1233

Prev | Next