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Name County City Subject Date Reel Number Frame Number File Number
Ballew, William B. Hickory Quincy Captain, Co. K, 7th M.S.M., report that he served a subpoena to William V. Masy for the case of United States vs. Hiram Stantz 05-20-1864 F1267
Brown, Jesse C.; Claybrooks, John; Mosier, Jeremiah; Creed, G. S.; Brown, Nancy Hickory Testimony in case of murder of Jesse C. Brown; Claybrooks is the accused 06-02-1862 F1585 0809 1299
Brown, John G. Hickory Witness stating facts of murder of Jesse C. Brown by John Claybrook 06-02-1862 F1238
Brown, Nancy; Brown, M. N.; Brown, G. K.; Brown, J Hickory Statement of facts of murder of Jesse C. Brown by John Claybrook 05-01-1862 F1238
Carpenter, Amos Hickory Pittsburgh Statement that James P. Hickman was a horse thief before the war, that he and his brother-in-law, James Tinsley, informed the bushwhackers before the raid on Ridgely of the absence of soldiers 08-02-1864 F1192
Chiles, Thomas J. Hickory Oath of Allegiance 04-21-1861 F1186
Creed, John Hickory Oath; physical description age 17, 5'3", hazel eyes, light brown hair, right forefinger cut off at the joint and has fits 07-14-1862 F1244
Daniel, Marcus L. Hickory Oath; witnesses: T. M. Winston; W. M. Lusk, Cole Co. Date shown is filing date 06-18-1862 F1294
Darby, Ephraim E. Hickory Oath of allegiance 05-02-1862 F1295
Dawson, William Hickory Charges and Specifications against Dawson. Charged with arson for setting fire to the home of D. A. Boary. N. D. F1297
Doak, Robert F. Hickory $1000 bond for aiding enemies 05-15-1862 F1302
Donald, Cynthia; Donald, Martha Hickory Anonymous letter stating that two women are rebel sympathizers and are guilty of feeding and aiding bushwhackers. 02-18-1865 F1631 1308 14894
Donnell, L. A. Hickory Despcription of person 07-16-1862 F1303
Donnell, L. A. Hickory Oath of Allegiance 07-16-1862 F1303
Donnell, L. A. Hickory Statement that he is willing to take the oath and post bond 07-15-1862 F1303
Donnell, Lemuel A. Hickory List of prisoners discharged on oath of allegiance and bond. List gives name, residence, and date released. 07-??-1862 F1586 0660 1709
Eaton, J. H. Hickory Cornersville Report to Capt. C. McCeever that James M. Nelson of Boonville has applied to place the money from the Bank at Boonville in the mother bank in St. Louis, and he has been charged with the investigation to make sure it will go to the proper owners 10-24-1861 F1204
Fletcher, William Hickory Oath of allegiance 04-28-1862 F1319
Foster, James E. Hickory Oath of Allegiance 07-15-1865 F1321
Fugate, Solomon B. Hickory Oath, witnessed by Joseph S. Taylor of Merrills Horse. 07-21-1862 F1469
Gibson, T. J. Hickory Oath of Loyalty 12-27-1862 F1325
Gover, Fountain Hickory Oath of allegiance and physical description 05-28-1862 F1330
Haines, Richard; Evans, Joseph; Conner, Thomas Hickory Letter in reference to the transfer of prisoners and the charges against them. [Charges not included.] 12-15-1864 F1628 0845 13883
Harlow, Elisha Hickory Stark Township Report that he enilisted in 1861 for 6 months, arrested in 1862 at Blackhook Point, Hickory County, wishes to take the oath and be released ??-??-1862 F1339
Hawkins, Moses A. Hickory Oath of Loyalty 04-28-1862 F1341
Hawkins, Thomas R. Hickory Oath of Allegiance 06-15-1865 F1341
Hicks, James L. Hickory Carter Township Bond, $1000, arrested for aiding the enemy, securities Thomas R. Hawkins and James Cole 05-15-1862 F1192
Holbert, Benjamin F.; Holbert, Joel B. Hickory Recruiting Station: Sedalia F1896.7 112
Holbert, Elias; Holbert, Joel B. Hickory Recruiting Station: Sedalia F1896.7 114
Holbert, James A.; Holbert, Joel B. Hickory Recruiting Station: Sedalia F1896.7 117
Holbert, John C.; Holbert, Joel B. Hickory Recruiting Station: Sedalia F1896.7 113
Holbert, Robert; Holbert, Joel B. Hickory Recruiting Station: Sedalia F1896.7 116
Holbert, Sterlin; Holbert, E. M. Hickory Recruiting Station: Sedalia F1896.7 115
Holbert, Thomas A.; Holbert, Joel B. Hickory Recruiting Station: Sedalia F1896.7 118
Holland, Nathaniel Hickory Center Township Bond, $1000, arrested for aiding the enemy, securities F. R. Doak and T. L. Hicks 05-15-1862 F1475
Jamison, Joseph W. Hickory Oath of Loyalty 08-02-1862 F1150
Keeling, Thomas Hickory Oath of Allegiance 06-24-1864 F1355
Largens, Thomas, Jr.; Largens, Joseph; Hunt, Samuel; Hutton, John M.; Deshazo, Charles I. Hickory Testimony in cases against the Largens and Hunt; accused of various crimes; events took place in Hickory County 06-27-1862 F1585 0092 1094
Lucas, Isaac N. Hickory Oath; physical description: age 21, 5', gray eyes, dark hair 06-19-1865 F1363
Mabary, George W. Hickory Oath 02-24-1862 F1365
Mabary, John Hickory Oath 02-24-1862 F1365
Mabary, William J. Hickory Oath 02-24-1862 F1365
Meredith, William P. Hickory Oath of allegiance 01-20-186? F1373
Owens, John; Owens, Urias Hickory Recruiting Station: Springfield F1896.8 41
Paxton, William; McClurg, J. W. Hickory Letter from McClurg introducing Paxton of Hickory County, who is visiting Linn Creek and St. Louis; Paxton is an elderly judge and a refugee (properties burned by rebels), seeks assistance for himself and family 02-28-1862 F1583 1059 699
Pitts, Benjamin; Pitts, Barney Hickory Recruiting Station: Springfield F1896.8 76
Pitts, Dennis; Pitts, Barney Hickory Recruiting Station: Springfield F1896.8 75
Pitts, Jonathan T. Hickory Oath; file notation: near Hermitage 12-28-1861 F1384
Pitts, Martin K. Hickory Oath; file notation: near Hermitage 12-28-1861 F1384
Rains, George W. Hickory Oath of Allegiance, witnesses Thomas C. Fletcher, C. Ewing, and John A. Ford 02-24-1862 F1389
Ramsey, John A. Hickory Green Township Oath of Allegiance, witnesses P. N. Hall and T. P. Veatch 05-06-1862 F1255
Richardson, William I. Hickory Stark Township Oath of Allegiance, witnesses T. N. Hall and T. P. Veatch, both of Co. I, 3rd Iowa Cavalry, sworn at Lebanon 04-30-1862 F1390
Rippen, Samuel Hickory Oath of allegiance 04-30-1862 F1391
Servicegood, William S. Hickory Statement that James A. Rayel of Polk County joined Capt. Holbert's Company of the E.M.M., and they wouldn't let him join when it was organized into another company and he went home; since his arrest he has been in Springfield at work on Fort #1 10-20-1862 F1256
Turpin, Sarah Hickory Statement that she has seen the horse claimed by Albert Lohman in the possession of Jack White, mostly illegible 10-15-1863 F1361
Vandivier, Lawrence Hickory Oath of Allegiance 04-19-1862 F1273
Warren, Edmon Hickory Oat of Loyalty 6-04-1862 F1411
Wheeler, James T. Hickory Oath of allegiance 04-12-1862 F1416
Woodrum, Nathan; Woodrum, William Hickory Recruiting Station: Sedalia F1896.7 119
Woodrun, William Hickory Hermitage Jacob Cassant gives Mr. Woodrun permission to carry a pistol to Sedalia to pick up a permit for the pistol 03-08-1865 F1279

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