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Name County City Subject Date Reel Number Frame Number File Number
Allen, Larkin Howell Parole 12-28-1864 F1462
Alsop, Benjamin; Elkin, John Howell Letter from Springfield regarding prisoner exchange; both men from Howell County, MO; Alsop held prisoner by rebels in Little Rock, Arkansas; Elkin a rebel sympathizer arrested as hostage for return of Alsop; physical description of both men included 11-14-1862 F1590 0166 2847
Alsup, Benjamin Howell Letter from Thomas Livingston and signed by others asking for exchange of prionsers. Asking to exchange a prisoner from Ozark County for Allsup who is in rebel prison in Little Rock. 06-15-1862 F1216
Alsup, Benjamin Howell Clarks Mill Letter asking for exchange of Alsup, a prisoner in Little Rock. Alsup served as a guide for Union troops. Notes he was a Howell County Judge and a prominent Confederate would need to be exchanged. 10-31-1862 F1216
Armstrong, William Howell Statement by Benjamin G. Martin regarding Armstron'gs reputation as Union sympathizer; theft from Mrs. Alsup and Cordill 05-06-1862 F1218
Armstrong, William Howell Statement by Lighugh H. Cordill regarding Armstrong 05-??-1862 F1218
Armstrong, William Howell Statement by Turpin G. Scoggin, taken at request of and in presence of Armstrong, regarding Armstrong's Union loyalty N.D. F1218
Armstrong, William Howell West Plains Being sent under guard from Salem, AR; a notorious character who deserves punishment 04-30-1862 F1218
Armstrong, William Howell West Plains Statement by C. A. McGinty that Armstrong was Union until McBride came, then was Secessionist; attempted impressment of Cordill's wagon; southern recruiter Alfred Nix threatened men into joining army 05-09-1862 F1218
Armstrong, William Howell West Plains Statement by Francis Cordill that Armstrong threatened to impress wagon as it belonged to Union man 05-01-1862 F1218
Armstrong, William Howell West Plains Statement by George Foreman regarding Armstrong's Union loyalty; vigilantes chased him out of AR; theft from Mrs. Alsup and Cordill 05-06-1862 F1218
Armstrong, William Howell West Plains Statement by John Burnsides that Armstrong was taken prisoner by Burnsides' company and taken to Judge Alsup, Mrs. Allsup acquitted him; released, supposed to report to Rolla Mar. 1862 05-06-1862 F1218
Armstrong, William Howell West Plains Statement by Joseph Woody regarding Armstrong's rebel military service and murders; differentiates between regular Confederate army and clandestine (guerrilla) companies 05-04-1862 F1218
Armstrong, William Howell West Plains Statement by Mrs. Alicia Duvall regarding Armstrong's character; mention of murder 05-04-1862 F1218
Armstrong, William Howell West Plains Statement by Mrs. Margret Kitchener regarding Armstrong's disloyalty and service in rebel army; murder and robbery 05-04-?? F1218
Armstrong, William Howell West Plains Statement by R. Keesee regarding Armstrong's disloyalty; was a lieutenant under E. M. Wright, Douglas Co.; murder and sacking of mill on Piney Creek, Texas Co.; threats to kill Dr. Emory 05-04-1862 F1218
Armstrong, William Howell West Plains Statement by William H. Campbell regarding Armstrong's disloyalty 05-??-1862 F1218
Armstrong, William Howell West Plains Statement by William H. Campbell that Armstrong loyal until McBride's division came, after that he was secessionist 05-06-1862 F1218
Armstrong, William Howell West Plains Statement of loyalty; arrested 1861 by Col. Woods' men stationed at Pilot Knob, Iron Co. 07-07-1862 F1218
Ball, Gilead F. Howell Statement that Coleman's bushwhackers stole his horse worth $125, shooting at him in the process 10-15-1862 F1222
Buckner, Wiley S. Howell Oath of Allegiance 03-12-1864 F1287
Chouning, Isaac Howell Oath of Allegiance 02-17-1862 F1186
Cox, James; Cox, John Howell West Plains James and John Cox requesting trial for unknown charges. Prisoners at Alton since February 1862. Petition of Texas County citizens for their release. Released on bond January 1863. 05-16-1862 F1586 1123 1819
Dexter, Geo. W. Howell Oath of Allegiance 02-18-1864 F1300
Dexter, Jonathan Howell Oath of Allegiance 02-18-1864 F1300
Downing, J. S. Howell Extract of roll of Prisoners of War, captured March 15, 1863 in Howell County 05-07-1863 F1305
Eaton, Washington N. Howell Oath 02-??-1862 F1309
Ellis, Robert Howell [cont'd] Crawford County; affidavit of veracity by G. W. Ellis and John W. Ellis 01-28-1863 F1311
Ellis, Robert Howell Ellis vs. Rebels and Rebel Sympathizers; 08/01/1861 rebels stole horses and threatened; Ellis moved family, leaving everything to rebels; claim for cost of items in rebel hands; lives in Cuba, [cont'd] 01-28-1863 F1311
Goldsberry, John Howell $1,000 bond for disloyalty; released on oath and bond; securities William H. Goldsberry and A. J. Thomas 02-??-1864 F1328
Goldsberry, John Howell Oath sworn at Houston; physical description: age 25, 6', brown hair, blue eyes 02-01-1864 F1328
Hanrahan, Thomas Howell Claim for $931 in the case of Thomas Hanrahan vs. The Rebels in which a rebel band robbed him of 6 horses, 2 wagons, 3 harnesses, and lost wages 09-16-1862 F1338
Henry, Daniel C.; Gunter, Samuel; Denton, William; Bond, Riley; Goodman, Henry; Williams, Jesse; Prock, John F.; Denton, Samuel; Johnson, William S.; Henn, Isaac; Proffit, H. S.; Dryer, C. H.; Guthrie, Jonas; Eckin, James R.; Buckner, Miley; etal Howell West Plains List of 68 persons giving bond; notes name, home county, and amount of bond; poor quality image on microfilm, partially illegible 12-20-1862 F1591 0477 3286
Hollis, R. J.; Parker, W. T.; Kirkland, Wiley Howell Citizens of Ozark and Howell Counties petition for release of Hollis, Parker, and Kirkland from prison; part of document and signatures are missing 06-23-1862 F1585 0807 1298
Howell, John D. Howell Twp. 9 Note: Howell, 20, was never in rebel army, seeks to take oath and be a good strong Union man. n.d. F1344
Jones, George Howell West Plains Notice that Jones has taken the oath and that he and his property will be protected as long as he upholds the oath. Jones is allowed to pass in Howell County. 05-11-1862 F1351
King, William M. Howell Oath; physical description: age 23, 5' 8", blue eyes, light hair, fair complexion, farmer, private in Harris's Battery 06-15-1865 F1151
Luster, William A. Howell On way south to join rebel army, arrested at West Plains with Jacob Van Embry by Col. Asberry, Capt. King, Andy McCormick and Wright; arms were taken 04-24-1863 F1364
McElnenroy, John Howell Oath of allegiance 06-15-1865 F1199
McGinnis, Minerva; Peyton, Samuel; Wooten, Elizabeth; Wooten, L. B. Howell Applications to receive damages for rebel depredations 12-04-1862 F1591 0443 3275
Nix, Pleasant B. Howell Bond of $1,000 06-28-1864 F1376
Roush, Adam Howell Oath of allegiance 01-14-1863 F1396
Smith, Jacob Howell Bond in the amount of $1,000 05-01-1862 F1262
Smith, Jacob Howell Oath of allegiance 05-01-1862 F1262
Van Emburg, Jacob Howell West Plains Van Emburg states that he lives in Independence County, AR; was taken prisoner at West Plains, MO by Col. Asbury; planned to join Confederate army; Asbury, Watsen, and King were bushwhackers 04-24-1863 F1273
Woodworth, H. P. Howell Description of person ? F1280
Woodworth, Seth P. Howell Parole 12-28-1863 F1280

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