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Name County City Subject Date Reel Number Frame Number File Number
Akes, Henry H.; Austin, Shelton S.; Baldock, David W.; Blakely, James; Clayton, John J.; Cooper, John P.; Dorsey, Elisha; Fee, Joel; Gunter, Samuel; Gott, Alfred; Harris, John C.; Hardin, Eli; King, Elmore; Kellin, Asa; Messimer, Thomas; and others Gentry Long list of persons who had given bond; lists names, dates, securities, and amount of bond; dates from April 1862 through October 1864 10-31-1864 F1656 0905 20960
Akes, Peter A. Gentry Oath of loyalty 1862/05 F1215
Allen, Joseph Gentry Bond. Allen charged with robbery and presenting a pistol at a woman. 03-16-1861 F1462
Arnold, W. T. Gentry Charged with disloyal conduct; affidavit of Isaac M. Hilton regarding flag-raising 12-??-1864 F1219
Arnold, William Gentry Statement that while at a flag raising at Friendship Meeting House, Hugh Stevenson raised such a fuss about a Union flag hung at the top of the door by Daniel Fore that William Jameson took it down 12-27-1864 F1269
Atkinson, Thomas; Atkinson, Allen Gentry Recruiting Station: Albany F1892.1 19
Atkinson, William; Atkinson, Allen Gentry Recruiting Station: Albany F1892.1 16
Baldosk, John P. Gentry Oath of Allegiance 05-31-1862 F1222
Baldosk, John P. Gentry Physical description 05-31-1862 F1222
Bennett, H. G.; Robertson, Clayton; Misemer, Philip; McVey, James; Tyler, Wilson; and others Gentry Citizens' complaint against the conduct of the E.M.M. forces within the county. 21 names. 05-10-1864 F1614 0518 9789
Best, David Gentry Oath of Allegiance, citizen of Nodaway County 05-17-1862 F1231
Best, Humphrey Gentry Oath of Allegiance, citizen of Nodaway County 05-17-1862 F1231
Boggs, John W. Gentry Oath of Allegiance. Promises to go to Iowa and stay there to end of the war 09/18/1862 F1184
Boggs, John W. Gentry Surety Bond for $1000 (handwritten) Boggs previously in rebel army. 02/23/1863 F1184
Bowman, Shelton Gentry Charged with violating Oath of Allegiance and feeding Bushwhackers; testimony included 12-26-1864 F1233
Brady, Robert Gentry Oath of Allegiance and description 12-28-1864 F1139
Bratcher, William Gentry Statement that while at a flag raising at Friendship Meeting House, Hugh Stevenson told Daniel Fore he'd take the Union flag down that Fore had put up; the flag was taken down, but Stevenson didnít do it 12-27-1864 F1269
Burke, Frank Gentry Charged with aiding and encouraging rebels; visited with friends in Price's army; traveled to Platte County, Lexington, and St. Joseph 09- ? -1861 F1288
Carter (county clerk), J. M. Gentry Certifying that John S. McGinley is an acting justice of the peace 11-25-1864 F1161
Carter, J. M. Gentry Certifying that John S. McGinley is an acting justice of the peace 11-25-1864 F1161
Childers, Willam P. Gentry Charge and specification against him F1186
Comstock, Charles G. Gentry Statement the Hugh Stevenson made his statement to him and afterwards refused to sign it 12-26-1864 F1269
Comstock, Charles G. Gentry Albany Recommendation to Gen. Fisk of his partner, John A. Stuart, as a lieutenant on the staff of a general officer as he is physically unfit for service in the ranks 09-29-1864 F1269
Comstock, Charles G. Gentry Albany Statement of Benjamin F. Loan largely illegible. Notes that Comstock is an educated gentleman and loyal man. 07-27-1864 F1467
Conway, J. R. Gentry Albany List of Democrats in Albany: U. S. Mullon, G. W. Lewis, G. W. Stapleton, J. B. Hundley, J. H. Mudbee, W. G. Williams, and L. M. Rigney 04-22-1864 F1611 0517 9072
Conway, J. R. Gentry Albany List of Radicals and Unionists in Gentryville: T. Morgan, J. Jones, J. Crawford, P. Missimer, Booker Smith, E. Gudeon, A. Ross, T. Sunigan, A. Adkisson, and William Trimble 04-22-1864 F1611 0517 9072
Conway, J. R. Gentry Albany List of Radicals in Albany: C. S. Comstock, W. M. Rice, William R. Shoemaker, J. R. Cunningham, James West, William Custer, M. M. Embree, James Custer, J. N. Young, W. H. More, and G. W. Needles 04-22-1864 F1611 0517 9072
Conway, J. R. Gentry Albany List of Unionists and Radicals in Alanthus: Judge [illegible], J. M. Wright, Esquire Richardson, and Deloss Copper; in Douglas: D. Bonham and J. G. Taylor 04-22-1864 F1611 0518 9072
Conway, J. R. Gentry Albany List of Unionists and Radicals in Hugginsville: Capt. P. Huggins, John Ross, William Pool, Harry Ruckridge, John Ross, Jr., and George Ross, and statement that the county is peaceful 04-22-1864 F1611 0518 9072
Conway, J. R. Gentry Albany List of Unionists and Radicals in Island City: J. J. Agee, J. E. Williams, J. Sanders, Capt. G. Kenyon, C. V. Dorland, J. Walker, and J. Dorland 04-22-1864 F1611 0518 9072
Conway, J. R. Gentry Albany List of Unionists and Radicals in Mount Pleasant: J. N. Morris, C. B. Newhall, J. B. Cooper, J. R. Dunn, J. Brown, J. Daniels, J. L. Easter, and Capt. J. Stockton 04-22-1864 F1611 0518 9072
Conway, J. R. Gentry Albany List of Unionists and Radicals in Yolo: Col. M. Cranor, Provost Marshal John Millen, G. P. Taylor, Maj. D. Cranor, A. Millen, James Hall, and M. Fuller 04-22-1864 F1611 0518 9072
Conway, J. R. Gentry Albany List of Unionists in Albany: E. J. Miller, G. R. Crocket, E. Hurt, and J. Degginger 04-22-1864 F1611 0517 9072
Cooper, John P. Gentry Oath of Allegiance 09-06-1864 F1240
Cormel, Char. G. Gentry Albany Testimony against Elizabeth Smith F1209
Cornstock, Charles G. Gentry Circuit Clerk, list of witnesses in the case of United States vs. Jacob Lockwood, illegible 12-23-1864 F1482
Culp, Anthony; Culp, Martha Gentry Recruiting Station: Albany F1892.1 12
Cunningham, J. Gentry Albany Rebel letters being sent to the same person 05-02-1863 F1226
Cunningham, J. R. Gentry Albany Letter explaining why he detained four suspicious letters, one to John Lewis from his son in the Confederate Army in Mississippi; all letters were to go through R. J. Haren of Philadelphia 04-15-1863 F1339
Cunningham, J. R. Gentry Albany Request instructions on what to do with letters mailed to families of rebels directed to R. J. Haren of Philadelphia and John Lewis in Mississippi 04-21-1863 F1339
Cunningham, James R. Gentry Abstract of Expenditures from 12/02/1862 to 08/07/1863. ??-??-1863 F1247
Cunningham, James R. Gentry Albany Report that he is sending evidence in the case of United States vs. Joshua Shull, a rebel charged with violating his oath by helping bushwhackers who, if found guilty, will be sent south of Federal lines 06-11-1863 F1260
David, Lewis I. Gentry Oath of allegiance 07-31-1862 F1295
Davis, Joseph Gentry Oath of allegiance and physical description 07-11-1862 F1296
Dickey, W. L.; Shelton, [unknown] Gentry Albany Letter from James Cunningham in reference to a pursuit of 4 jayhawkers. One shot in pursuit and died later. Three were Shelton brothers. 07-22-1862 F1586 0204 1584
Dunagan, E. W. Gentry Bond, $1000, arrested for disloyalty ??-??-???? F1188
Dunagan, E. W. Gentry Oath of Allegiance, including statement that he will leave Gentry County and go to Iowa for the duration of the war 09-10-1862 F1188
Dunagan, E. W. Gentry Gentryville Description of Person ??-??-???? F1188
Fee, Joel Gentry $1000 bond; sureties: Henry Muchler, James O. George 04-29-1863 F1316
Fee, Joel Gentry Oath 04-29-1863 F1316
Funk, Martin Gentry Oath before James R. Cunningham, Prov. marshal 05-02-1862 F1469
Gaylor, Joseph N. Gentry U. S. vs. Gaylor. Testimony, before Justice of the Peace M. J. -ucker, by J. N. Taylor, Margaret Compton, Jacob R. Compton. Mentioned: S. R. Walker. 10-02-1863 F1323
Givander, W. J. Gentry Gentryville Oath of Allegiance 09-10-1862 F1335
Glomstath, C. Gentry Co. A, 31st Regiment, E.M.M., statement that Hugh Stevenson is a bitter rebel and if Daniel Fore of Capt. Sutton's Company, 43rd Regiment, Missouri Volunteers could testify to the events at the Friendship Meeting House, Stevenson could be charged 12-27-1864 F1269
Goodman, Cass Gentry Statement of Hampton Green that in 1861, while residing in Andrew County, he knew Goodman. Claims Goodman spoke of having raised 30 rounds for Paton's Company and was "preaching up Rebel doctrine." 06-18-1864 F1329
Hamilton, James M. Gentry Albany Discharged from 1st Regiment Cavalry, M.S.M., statement that Joshua Shull said the south would win the war if they had to take to the brush to do it, that Jack Brown would go to burning, and Illinois conservatives were ready to rebel 04-11-1863 F1260
Harden, Thomas; Harden, Nancy B. Gentry Recruiting Station: Albany F1892.1 21
Hart, Edward Gentry Oath pledging that he has never helped the rebels 03-22-1864 F1145
Howell, Samuel T. Gentry Albany James M. Howell informs Gen. Schofield that his son, Samuel, 21, captured in Ray Co., is a prisoner at Gratiot St. and seeks oath and not to be exchanged. 10-27-1863 F1344
Hunly, George; Hunly, John B. Gentry Recruiting Station: Albany F1892.1 9
Johnson, Albert Gentry Oath of allegiance 05-24-1862 F1348
Jones, Lewis Gentry Recruiting Station: Albany F1892.1 20
Koger, John Gentry Oath with description; he was 40; bears signature of Joseph R. Cuminghausen. 05-24-1862 F1359
Koss, Mariah H. Gentry Statement concerning her meeting with John J. Clayton on her way to Henderson School House and his disloyal statements and threats to shoot her and her sister 12-23-1864 F1238
Koss, Mary E. Gentry Corroborates testimony of Mariah H. Koss, her sister, in case of John J. Clayton 12-23-1864 F1238
Linville, A. J. Gentry Bond in the amount of $5,000. 08-??-1864 F1481
Lunsford, L. H. Gentry Oath; physical description: age 45, 5' 6", blue eyes, black hair 05-13-1862 F1364
Lynch, Frederick Gentry Albin to Lynch: when you were arrested 1862 and brought before me the horse not taken as contraband, condemned or sold by the military 03-07-1864 F1364
Lynch, Frederick Gentry Oath; limited to north of the Missouri River 04-29-1863 F1364
Lynch, Frederick Gentry St. Joseph provost: Lynch will ascertain where the horse is that he claims and have it identified by affidavits of 10 witnesses before seizure will be made 03-07-1864 F1364
Mann, Elizabeth Gentry Tells of bushwhacker extortion 09-02-1862 F1366
Marshall, Thomas; Marshall, Thomas Gentry Recruiting Station: Albany F1892.1 7
McConkey, Harry; McConky, Allen Gentry Recruiting Station: Albany F1892.1 11
McCown, William Gentry Athens Letter from McCown accepting the proposition to act as Provost Marshal and Commissioner to Confiscate [Assessment Board]. Recommends that John Parker and R. C. Armstrong assist him. 03-28-1863 F1197
McCrea, J. W. Gentry Oath of allegiance 06-27-1862 F1198

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