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Name County City Subject Date Reel Number Frame Number File Number
Allen, John S. Harrison Bethany Letter from D. J. Heuston, recommending Allen to the position of Assistant Provost Marshal. Says Allen is better for job than Howard Combs as the work of Combs as U. S. Assessor often takes him away. 02-16-1863 F1462
Bondurant, E. J. Harrison Oath of Allegiance 11/11/1863 F1232
Bondurant, E. J. Harrison Statement by Lewis Charlton and John McGowan that Bondurant belonged to the Knights of the Golden Circle 02/03/1864 F1232
Bondurant, E.J. Harrison $2000 bond. Charged with belonging to secret organization hostile to the U.S. 11/11/1863 F1232
Boudurant, E. J.; Woolridge, Robert C.; Chambers, Thomas; Brown, Daniel Porter; McGowan, Granville Harrison Bethany Letter from D. J. Heaston stating that Boudurant et al were arrested for disloyalty and taken, with their horses, to St. Joseph. When sent to Gratiot Street, their horses were turned over to the U. S. Service. The men are released and want payment. 11-25-1863 F1604 0281 6952
Brown, Daniel P. Harrison $2000 bond for belonging to a secret organization 11-11-1863 F1285
Brown, Daniel P. Harrison Oath of Allegiance and description 11-11-1863 F1285
Brown, John W.; Hillman, W. H.; Price, James; Templeman, T. H.; Ellis, E. L.; Butler, Aseph; Ginn, G. W.; Hatton, J. J.; Taylor, Thomas S.; Skinner, H. J.; Johnson, Isaac L.; Patton, Thomas; Gillpatrick, Jacob; Miller, Daniel; Martin, W. D.; and others Harrison Bethany Petitions from county officials and others for the removal of Lt. George Burris, Jr. and his company; referred to as Paw Paw Militia 06-30-1864 F1616 0981 10395
Burton, A. Harrison Cover sheet for statement by A. Burton 07-08-1864 F1618 0359 10807
Burton, A.; Carland, Robert; Crook, Margret; Burk, Amaziah Harrison Statement by Burton, reporting Robert Carland, keeper of the prison is a rebel; states that a flag was placed by Union men at Liberty Church in Gentry County and was torn down by Margret Crook and Amaziah Burk 07-08-1864 F1618 0360 10807
Burton, A.; Carland, Robert; Crook, Margret; Burk, Amaziah; Muntford, John; Lockwood, David; Pulsipher, Nero; Queener, James; Christie, Joseph L. Harrison Statement by Burton, reporting Liberty Church flag incident and Muntford, Lockwood and Pulsipher, said the flag should not "float"; Pulsipher was armed and has been in the rebel army; Queener loaned a man a pistol to keep the flag down 07-08-1864 F1618 0360 10807
Burton, A.; Carland, Robert; Crook, Margret; Burk, Amaziah; Muntford, John; Lockwood, David; Pulsipher, Nero; Queener, James; Christie, Joseph L.; Dyke, M.; Shoemaker, W. B.; Elam, Peter; Brewer, Thomas; Prudence, M. Harrison Statement by Burton, reporting that Christie, is a Lieut. In the Paw Paw Militia; statement witnessed by residents of Gentry County: Dyke, Shoemaker (Gentry County Sheriff), Elam, Brewer and Prudence 07-08-1864 F1618 0360 10807
Callahan, John Harrison Bethany Dr. J. N. Lewis statement, Callahan's gunshot wound acquired under Thornton's command; Hugh and Samuel Vanhoozer, John P. Cooper, Thomas Callahan; notation: U.S. vs Callahan, released on oath and bond 08-01-1864 F1291
Callahan, Thomas Harrison Parole; age 55 09-26-1864 F1291
Callahan, Thomas Harrison Bethany $5000 bond; William Callahan, security 09-26-1864 F1291
Christie, Isreal Harrison Description of person F1186
Clinkinbeard, G. W. Harrison Oath 11-11-1863 F1239
Clinkinbeard, G. W. Harrison Oath of Loyalty 11-11-1863 F1239
Dodd, M. J. Harrison Oath of Allegiance and description 06-17-1863 F1302
Edmiston, James M. Harrison $1,000 bond; arrested for having been in rebel army 11-26-1862 F1310
Edmiston, James M. Harrison Oath; will remain in Illinois until receive further orders from provost 11-26-1862 F1310
Funk. Martin Harrison Description: 65 yrs., 5'10, black eyes, gray hair, 300 lbs n.d. F1469
Gray, James F. Harrison Bond in the amount of $2,000. 11-11-1863 F1331
Gray, James F. Harrison Oath of allegiance and physical description 11-11-1863 F1331
Groom, Thomas M. Harrison Bond, $1000, arrested for violating General Order 120 and threatening to drive law abiding citizens from Harrison County 12-21-1863 F1334
Groom, Thomas M. Harrison Union Township Parole, to report at Macon, Macon County, where he was discharged 11-16-1863 F1334
Hendren, William Jr. Harrison Bond in the amount of $500. 06-13-1863 F1470
Hendren, William Jr. Harrison Oath of allegiance 06-13-1863 F1470
Herald, Andrew Harrison Bond in the amount of $1,000. 04-23-1862 F1472
Herald, Andrew Harrison Oath of allegiance 04-23-1862 F1472
Johnson, Albert Harrison Bond in the amount of $1,000. 05-24-1862 F1348
Kenady, William; Vandivert, S. S.; Allen, W. R. Harrison General Order No. 3 and Special Order No. 347 appointing county board members 07-28-1862 F1586 0757 1737
Kinkead, Asaph R. Harrison Kinkead died intestate; Samuel J. Kinkead appointed administrator by probate judge 01-23-1862 F1151
Ledgerwood, William Harrison Oath of Allegiance, physical description included, witness W. P. Kibby 07-08-1865 F1360
Lewis, W. G.; Burris, George; Philips, W. H.; Swan, William B.; Smith, Benjamin F.; Vanhoozier, Isaac; Winingham, F. M.; Canaday, Willima; Bryant, Isaac A.; Bartlett, Joseph; White, Thomas; Lowderback, Thomas; Buck, Madison; Rogers, Robert D.; and others Harrison Bethany Petition asking that sale of liquor be stopped in county; some of petitioners have military rank 06-06-1864 F1616 0968 10391
McGee, Joseph H.; McGee, Owen H.; Shriver, Andrew; Welden, William G.; Ballinger, John; Leand, A. C.; Fitts, Jackson; Brown, Samuel; Morrison, Nathan; O'Neil, Thomas; Morris, M.; Rader, Robert; Caster, George; Wren, W. J.; Hughes, John S.; etal Harrison Letter from 360 citizens of Daviess and Harrison counties accusing the "St. Louis Christian Advocate" newspaper of treason; says is worse than the "St. Louis Bulletin", a publication already suppressed by authorities 02-17-1862 F1583 0981 682
McGowan, David Harrison Bond, $1000 to keep his oath and for good behavior 08-11-1862 F1369
McGowan, David Harrison Oath of Allegiance 08-10-1862 F1369
McGowan, Granville Harrison Bond, $1000, arrested for disloyalty, securities S. W. Anderson and E. S. Bailey 05-03-1863 F1369
McGowan, Granville Harrison Bond, $1000, arrested for having belonged to a secret organization hostile to the United States government, securities Robert C. Wooldridge, E. S. Bailey, and John McGowan 11-11-1863 F1369
McGowan, Granville Harrison Oath of Allegiance, physical description included, witness Edward Spahr of St. Louis 11-11-1863 F1369
Merifield, Joseph W. Harrison Bond in the amount of $1,000. 12-21-1863 F1373
Merifield, Joseph W. Harrison Notice of County Court Clerk John H. Brown certifying Merifeld's bond. 01-18-1864 F1373
Merrifield, J. Harrison Bethany Letter from J. S. Allen and W. G. Lewis objecting to the proposed appointment of Merrifield as Harrison Co. Provost Marshal. Claims Merrifield has been engaged in acts of lawlessness 07-29-1863 F1373
Merrifield, Joseph W. Harrison Parole for Merrifield, age 27. Merrifield is paroled to Macon, MO. 11-16-1863 F1373
Miller, William F. Harrison Bond in the amount of $4,000. 05-13-1862 F1157
Moore, Samuel Harrison Bond, $1500, arrested for feeding rebel soldiers, securities James C. Brown and David Moore 12-16-1863 F1202
Moore, Samuel Harrison Oath of Allegiance, physical description included, witness Edward Spahr of St. Louis 12-16-1863 F1202
Nichols, James Harrison Bond of $500 05-03-1863 F1376
Phillebaum, John H. Harrison Bethany Introduction to attorney Phillebaum, who wishes authorization to recruit volunteers 08-01-1864 F1383
Rowlett, Peter J. Harrison Hugh Foster states that the party at David White's was a rebel party but that he did not see Mr. Rowlett do anything or hear him say anything disloyal 06-18-1863 F1396
Rowlett, Peter J. Harrison Parole 06-22-1863 F1396
Shields, Joseph Harrison Bethany Bond, $500, securities George W. Clinkenbaird, William Slurhaer, and William F. Muirheid 04-25-1863 F1259
Slushear, William Harrison Oath of Allegiance 11-11-1863 F1208
Slushear, William Harrison Bethany Bond of $5,000 11-11-1863 F1208
Slushear, William Harrison Bethany Notification of receipt of five dollars from C.W. Marsh 12-01-1863 F1208
Taylor, Thomas; Badger, R. Harrison Sworn statement about William Slusher 02-27-1864 F1208
Tombs, Thomas Harrison Oath of Allegiance and $1000 Bond 07-09-1862 F1406
Tucker, James S. Harrison Oath of allegiance and physical description 05-08-1864 F1407
Vanhooser, Hugh Harrison Paroled; (age, 67) 09-26-1864 F1273
Vanhooser, Hugh Harrison Bethany Bond ($5,000); Wiliam Callahan as surety; arrested on the charge of harboring bushwhackers; must report weekly 09-26-1864 F1273
Vanhoozer, Hugh and Saml; Callahan, Thos; Cooper, J Harrison Hugh and Samuel Vanhoozer, Thomas Callahan, John P. Cooper being sent for trial for harboring, concealing and aiding Samuel Callahan, a bushwhacker under Thornton; John Callahan and Pleas Vanhoozer escaped 07-29-1864 F1291
Vanhoozer, Hugh and Saml; Callahan, Thos; Cooper, J Harrison Letter regarding Dr. Lewis's testimony against men sent from the county for harboring bushwhacker bands; Kidwell will testify also 08-04-1864 F1291
Vanhoozer, Hugh and Saml; Callahan, Thos; Cooper, J Harrison Letter transmitting Kidwell's statement; he and Dr. Lewis will testify against those charged with harboring bushwhackers 08-05-1864 F1291
Vanhoozer, Hugh and Saml; Callahan, Thos; Cooper, J Harrison U.S. vs Vanhoozer, Hugh and Samuel; Callahan, Thomas; Cooper, John P.; testimony of Thomas D. P. Kidwell that Pleasant Vanhoozer is bushwhacker and Hugh Vanhoozer aids them, John Callahan shot by Federals 08-04-1864 F1291
Wooldridge, Robert Harrison Bond ($2000) 11-11-1863 F1280
Wooldridge, Robert Harrison Oath of allegiance and description 11-11-1863 F1280

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