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Name County City Subject Date Reel Number Frame Number File Number
Anthony, Jacob M. Gasconade Hermann Forwarding to Provost Marshal Maj. H. H. Williams, Josephus Poindexter for toasting Jeff Davis and the Confederacy, wonders if he could give bond and return home to Montgomery County 02-04-1865 F1385
Anthony, Jacob M. Gasconade Hermann Forwards six photographs of Graham and reports the bushwhacker William Ramsey is keeping a store near Collinsville, Illinois under an assumed name, believed his description is in the provost papers, mostly illegible 07-12-1865 F1255
Anthony, Jacob M. Gasconade Hermann Letter to Provost Marshal Lieut. S. C. Williamson that he doesn't know of any other witnesses in the case of Josephus Poindexter, and that he would be more troublesome if he was furnished a home among his rebel sympathizer friends 02-20-1865 F1385
Austermell, Lewis Gasconade Hermann Requesting permit to ship gunpowder, needs it to protect grapes from birds; Hermann is loyal 08-31-1863 F1220
Beasley, Sarah Gasconade Statement that she was accosted by William Beasley coming home from Rolla 10-02-1862 F1227
Beck Enoch Gasconade Hermann Testimony of how he was falsely arrested as a Rebel and threatened to be hung by Captain W. R. Vaughn of 50th Missouri Volunteers 05-20-1865 F1228
Boetcher, Henry Gasconade Statement that 6 men from Shelby's command stole 2 mules and robbed his store of goods. 12/29/1864 F1184
Bonga, Charles Gasconade Provost Marshal's office at Rolla. Deposition of Charles Bonga that six men stole a horse from him on 6 Oct 1864. 12/29/1864 F1232
Brottle?, Joseph Gasconade Testimony in the case of Henry Domeier 01-11-1865 F1304
Brown, Andrew J. Gasconade Jakesprairie Oath of Allegiance and description 03-27-1865 F1285
Burchard, Samuel Gasconade Oath of Allegiance 04-09-1862 F1288
Burchard, Samuel; McMillan, Daniel Gasconade Brush Creek Township Bond, $2,000, arrested for disloyalty and dealing in contraband goods, witness B. W. Holliday 04-09-1863 F1370
Camp, N. J. Gasconade Hermann States that Mrs. Clark's Negroes are in town and wishes to know how to proceed as the articles of war forbid him to return fugitives 05-20-1863 F1238
Citizen, Charles; Oncken, Charles; Sullins, John; Buschman, K.; Matthews, James; Smith, Sam; Collier, P.; Sandberger, Charles Gasconade Hermann List of enrolling officers for their respective townships 07-28-1862 F1586 0697 1719
Clark, Henry Gasconade Hermann Letter to Aylett Buckner requesting him to get him a gun permit 11-02-1863 F1238
Clymen, James Gasconade Brusheseck Bond 04-19-1864 F1239
Clymer, James Gasconade Jake's Prairie $2,000 bond for permit to keep and sell guns 04-??-1864 F1239
Clymer, James Gasconade Jake's Prairie Transmittal letter for bond; request for permit for Clymer, a sound Union merchant 05-29-1863 F1239
Cowan, A. P.; Baley, Thomas; Rook, J. S.; Slinkman, F. W.; Fitzgerald, George W.; Fitzgerald, S. W. A.; Dellelton, John Gasconade Statement by Baley, Rook and Slinkman that they know the Fitzgeralds and Dellelton were conscripted by rebel Price on 10-03-1864 and are not Confederate men, statement witnessed by Cowan 11-25-1864 F1626 0970 13252
Devault, John Gasconade Parole 10-28-1862 F1300
Devault, Samuel; Jose, William; Sorrell, George W.; Sorrell, Reuben T.; Johnston, James M.; Price, William Gasconade Canaan Letter regarding men arrested; requests instructions; Devault a Justice of Peace; Jose claims to be a British subject; additional note asking whether women whose husbands are in the rebel army should be allowed to trade with loyal persons 01-22-1863 F1592 0028 3421
Eitzen, Charles Gasconade Roark and Richland Townships List of those issued exemption papers, giving name, age, nativity, and reason for exemption, 223 names, all foreigners ??-??-186? F1659 1324 22089
Eitzen, Charles D. Gasconade Hermann $2,000 bond for permit to sell arms and ammunition 09-07-1864 F1310
Eitzen, Charles D. Gasconade Hermann Letter from T. O. Day, Derby and Day, that one barrel of whiskey will be shipped 12-30-1863 F1310
Eitzen, Charles D. Gasconade Hermann Letter from William B. Mosely, state auditor, asking that his friend Capt. Eitzen, Hermann, be allowed to ship whiskey 01-02-1864 F1310
Eitzen, Charles D. Gasconade Hermann Notification of transmittal of papers in the case of Williams v. Dr. Booth of Franklin County 02-10-1864 F1608 0149 8002
Eitzen, Charles D. Gasconade Hermann Permit to sell arms 09-07-1864 F1310
Eitzen, Charles D.; Eitzen, Henry Gasconade Hermann Letter to Lieut. Col. C. W. Marsh, St. Louis; Notification that Marsh's order for Eitzen to investigate Dr. Booths enslaving free Negroes is out of his jurisdiction and the order should have been sent to his brother Henry Eitzen at Franklin County 01-30-1864 F1607 0475 7845
Eitzen, Charles D.; Marsh, C. W. Gasconade Hermann Letter of transmittal of papers in the case of Williams v. Dr. Booth of Franklin County 02-10-1864 F1608 0150 8002
Ewing, Thomas; Muhe, John B.; Cramer, A.; Pfanlsek, George; Viehoff, B.; Johneider, Phillip; Graf, Jacob; Lisnal, Ernest; Schulender, H.; Mueller, George C.; Fleisch, John; Hincke, Peter W.; Pride, August; Reppstein, G.; Cramer, A. and others Gasconade Hermann Petition by thirty-nine Gasconade County residents to General Ewing; asking the soldiers of the 7th Kansas Cavalry be allowed to remain at Hermann for the protection of citizens 12-15-1864 F1627 0699 13534
Fenton, John Gasconade $1000 bond; Fenton had been arrested for disloyalty. Sureties: Charles Counts, Thomas J. Boutten, G. L. Evans, Pleasant Solomon, Jesse A. Martin 11-05-1863 F1316
Fitzgerald, George W. Gasconade Cover sheet for transmittal of documents, illegible 11-??-1864 F1626 0968 13252
Fletch, Elizabeth Gasconade Testimony in the case of Henry Domeier 01-11-1865 F1304
Flucke, John J. Gasconade Testimony in the case of Henry Domeier 01-11-1865 F1304
Fraster?, Martin Gasconade Testimony in the case of Henry Domeier 01-11-1865 F1304
Gatz, John Gasconade Douglas Prairie Oath before George M. Clark, Prov. Marshal, Rolla District. 01-17-1863 F1324
Gibson, Samuel Gasconade Oath of Allegiance 03-24-1863 F1325
Gibson, Samuel W. Gasconade Bond of $1,000 03-24-1863 F1325
Graham, B. A. Gasconade Hermann Letter from Jacob M. Anthony sending U. S. Expense Receipts found on Graham. P. V. Conover is either Graham's accomplice or assumed name. Receipts follow. 02-13-1865 F1330
Graham, Basil A. Gasconade Hermann Charges and Specifications against Graham, a discharged soldier charged with premeditated murder attempt. Graham threatened to assault and kill Jacob Anthony. 02-12-1865 F1330
Graham, Basil A. Gasconade Hermann Letter from Jacob Anthony listing the items found on Graham, a prisoner. 02-11-1865 F1330
Handerson, William; Luster, Edward Gasconade Recruiting Station: Hermann F1894.3 27
Hartman, William H. Gasconade Oath of Loyalty 02-10-1863 F1145
Hasemann, William; Peterson, Karl; Ridenhour, Jacob; Louder, Hamilton; Nangle, John; Rooks, J. W.; Reed, George O.; Gibbons, Willey; Lockhart, Thomas; Walter, David; Wiseman, Josephus; Smith, Alex; Loeb, Andrew; Perkins, Isaac; McMillen, William; etal Gasconade List of exempted persons who were examined by Dr. H. A. Gross, examining surgeon. 69 names. 09-29-1862 F1588 0066 2153
Heath, Robert J. Gasconade Hermann Capt. Michael Bauer sends Heath, who was with Price but gave himself up as a prisoner, to Col. Robert Hundhausen. 05-17-1862 F1342
Heath, Robert J. Gasconade Hermann Col. Hundhausen sends Bauer's report to Gen. Schofield, mentions that Heath was arrested by Hundhausen's brother. 05-17-1862 F1342
Hiatt, William H. Gasconade Oath of Allegiance, witnesses Thomas C. Fletcher and William C. Streetor 02-01-1862 F1192
Hinkle, Jasper N. Gasconade Oath of allegiance 07-01-1862 F1473
Hinton, David Gasconade Bond in the amount of $1,000. No county provided, but accompanies oath of allegiance for Hinton with Gasconade listed. 02-10-1862 F1473
Hinton, David Gasconade Oath of allegiance 02-10-1862 F1473
Hinton, David Gasconade Statement regarding Hinton, arrested for being a secessionist. Home Guards had threatened to hang him since his son went with Price. Hinton released on oath and bond. N. D. F1473
Hinton, Davis; Smith, James; Beck, Silas Gasconade Owensville Investigation of bonds. 02-21-1865 F1631 0529 14699
Hohmes, S. A. Gasconade Hermann Acts and description of Monroe 12-27-1861 F1158
Hughes, Alfred; Hughes, David; Hughes, Robert etal Gasconade List of persons who joined Price in 1864. List almost entirely illegible. N. D. F1661 0016 22395
Hughes, Alfred; Hughes, David; Hughes, Robert etal Gasconade Hermann Letter from Capt. J. M. Anthony partially illegible. Anthony states he is enclosing a list of persons who joined Price in the fall of 1864 along with a list of rebel sympathizers. States the reported bridge burners should be arrested if found. 01-24-1863 F1661 0015 22395
Hulvy, David Gasconade Oath of Allegiance 02-24-1862 F1147
Hulvy, Philip A. Gasconade Oath of Allegiance 04-20-1863 F1147
Hundhausen, J. Gasconade Hermann To Sterling Price re: previous dispatch to Price and Jackson; Osage County people came to get ammunition; hundreds at Chamois planned to attack them; armed men driving off and robbing citizens 05-19-1861 F1345
Hundhausen, Jul Gasconade Hermann Encloses the protection papers of Annie Platt with the signature of G. Rippstein attached to it, and he didn't sign himself because he wasn't convinced that James Pityer aided the rebellion 04-07-1863 F1385
Hundhauser, Robert Gasconade Hermann Report that a soldier in his regiment of Company C stabbed and killed Mathias Groner and requests instructions on whether to turn him over to the civil authorities or try him by court martial 04-14-1862 F1334
Husmann, George; Williamson, S. C. Gasconade Hermann Cover sheet for letter by Husmann to Lieut. Williamson 11-23-1864 F1626 0094 13057
Husmann, George; Williamson, S. C.; Dallmeyer, William C.; Berger, William Gasconade Hermann Two-page letter by Husmann to Lieut. Williamson that he is unable to supply names of disloyal men at Hermann, Husmann helped defend Herman when attacked by rebels led by Marmaduke; Husmann has been blacklisted by the rebels 11-23-1864 F1626 0095 13057
Husmann, George; Williamson, S. C.; Dallmeyer, William C.; Berger, William Gasconade Hermann Two-page letter by Husmann to Lieut. Williamson that he is unable to supply names of disloyal men at Hermann, refers Williamson to Dallmeyer and Berger for information regarding rebels in Gasconade County 11-23-1864 F1626 0096 13057
Jones, Henry T. Gasconade Bond in the amount of $500. 11-12-1862 F1351
Jones, Henry T. Gasconade Oath of allegiance. Middle initial could also be "P." Copy of oath follows later in film. 11-12-1862 F1351
Jose, William Gasconade Oath of allegiance 01-19-1863 F1353
Kinnaman, Joseph Gasconade Special Orders No. 188, XV releasing prisoner from Gratiot St. Prison on taking oath, on recommendation of special commission chaired by B. S. Cowan 12-30-1863 F1151
Kraettli, John L. Gasconade Hermann $2000 bond re selling of arms to purchasers from New Mexico, Utah, and other loyal sections in the west. 07-27-1864 F1359
Kraettli, John L. Gasconade Hermann Permit to sell arms, signed by Gen. Thomas Ewing 07-28-1864 F1359
Kraettli, John L. Gasconade Hermann Permit to sell arms. Subject, of Herman, Gasconade County, is permitted from St. Louis. 07-27-1864 F1359
Krider, David; Reynolds, Granvill; Ahlfeldt, Ernest; Schmidt, Peter; Atkins, James; Yates, Daniel C.; Walls, James F.; Miller, John A.; Perry, Daniel; Hilderbrand, William; Schulte, Henry Gasconade List of exempted persons who were examined by Dr. H. A. Gross, examining surgeon. 69 names. 09-29-1862 F1588 0066 2153
Labmann?, August Gasconade Testimony in the case of Henry Domeier 01-11-1865 F1304
Lamle, D. Gasconade Gasconade Crossing Charles Dickens sent back to Jefferson City 08-08-1864 F1301
Langanate, August Gasconade Note stating that Langanate was arrested, but that the reason for the arrest was unknown. N. D. F1479
Langinate, Antonia Gasconade Note stating that Langinate was arrested three weeks prior. Writer did not have any knowledge of the case. N. D. F1479

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