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Name County City Subject Date Reel Number Frame Number File Number
Armstrong, A. J. Jasper Fort Lincoln Captain, statement that B. Sayborn was arrested for being a rebel, that he claimed to have friends serving in the 6th Kansas named Anderson, and believes he is loyal and should be rebonded ??-??-1863 F1488
Armstrong, A. J. Jasper Fort Lincoln Letter to Maj. B. S. Henning at Fort Scott, that B. Saybourn wants to refer him to Doctor Booth, army surgeon at Springfield, and to the Andersons in the 6th Kansas, as he wants to enlist in the 6th ??-??-1863 F1488
Arthur, Lilburn Q. Jasper Rebels confiscated property then forced him to take Confederate oath then told him to procure release of Joseph Moligan 11-12-1862 F1219
Beck, Reddick D.; Pratt, Thomas R.; Hutchison, Wiley B.; Galemore, Sal; Ragan, Washington; Moser, Benjamin; Owens, William H.; Casey, Milton; Smith, Marcus L.; Kelly, Thomas; Carter, James G. L.; Smith, Isaac M.; Lewellyn, Jonathan R.; etal Jasper List of 23 Union men of Missouri paroled by Confederates at Little Rock, Arkansas; gives name and place of residence; men are from Newton, Wright [noted as White], McDonald [noted as McDonell], Jasper, Lawrence, and St. Clair counties; see also file 3188 11-26-1862 F1590 0227 2865
Bray, Nathan Jasper Carthage Asks that loyal citizens be paid for theft of rebels 06-02-1864 F1282
Bray, Nathan Jasper Carthage Rebels near Carthage 02-17-1864 F1282
Bray, Nathan Jasper Carthage Request forces in Carthage to get rid of rebels 02-01-1863 F1282
Browning, L. B. Jasper Charges and specifications against Browning include the murder of two men and violation of the laws and customs of war; witness list included 04-14-1862 F1286
Buck, Milton Jasper Carthage "Nathaniel Cook says he was in the bush for 6 months, but never carried arms. Surrendered." 09-25-1863 F1240
Bulger, Wm. G. Jasper Oath of Allegiance 06-23-1862 F1288
Burch, L. J. Jasper Appointment to county board 06-23-1862 F1288
Burden, Elizabeth I. Jasper Fidelity Parole, age 26 01-10-1863 F1231
Burris, Nancy E. Jasper Oath of Allegiance 10-07-1864 F1289
Byrd, J. P. Jasper Cave Springs Vouching for the character of Kate and Josephine Beasley as Unionists 02-09-1865 F1227
Clark, Robert P. Jasper Oath of Loyalty 07-14-1862 F1238
Cloe, William Jasper Parole 08-28-1862 F1239
Cloe, William Jasper Statement that he has talked in favor of Confederacy but never belonged to rebel army; file notation: will be released upon oath and $1,500 bond 08-28-1862 F1239
Coonse, F. I. Jasper Oath of Allegiance 06-07-1862 F1240
Cox, John C. Jasper Statement about John Mallry? F1158
Cox, John C.; Dale, R. J; Adams, John; etc. Jasper Petition to the commanding officer at Ft. Scott that William J. Maxey is not a rebel and was never heard to be a rebel until his arrest 04-18-1862 F1485
Cox, Sarah A. Jasper Statement F1158
Dale, John B. Jasper Charges and specifications against Dale, prisoner at Ft. Scott; several witnesses from Carthage (Joseph Johnson, Norris C. Hood, Stephen Hood, David Hood, Obidiah Stenson) and Ft. Scott 04-28-1862 F1294
Dale, John B. Jasper Charges and Specifications; violation of laws of war. n.d. F1294
Dale, John B. Jasper Charges and Specifications; violation of oath. 05-07-1862 F1294
Dale, John B. Jasper Charges and Specifications; violation of oath. [different hand] 05-07-1862 F1294
Dale, John B. Jasper Dale, a Mo. legislator who voted for treasonable bill had Abraham Mathews robbed then killed and justified the act in Carthage. Wits.: Daniel F. Lee, C. B. Haywood, W. G. Bulgin, Jacob Rankin, N. C. H n.d. F1294
Dale, John B.; Warren, William; Hall, John M.; Clay, Emanuel Jasper Carthage Dale arrested on charge of violating his oath of allegiance; Maj. Warren charged with being a marauder; Hall charged with robbery; Clay charged with being a part of a band of robbers 04-28-1862 F1584 0914 1033
Davis, B. F. Jasper Carthage Charges and specifications - Davis charged with recruiting for the Southern army. 10-01-1862 F1295
Dickerson, George Jasper Parole 01-05-1863 F1301
Dickerson, William Jasper Oath of Allegiance 01-05-1863 F1301
Dickerson, William Jasper Parole 01-05-1863 F1301
Duncan, George C. Jasper Oath of Allegiance 02-10-1863 F1188
Goode, Madeline Jasper Oath of allegiance 10-12-1862 F1329
Goode, Madeline Jasper Parole 01-10-1863 F1329
Goode, Madeline Jasper Parole 01-17-1862 F1329
Greene, Hamis S. Jasper Charges and specifications against James McBride: violations of the laws and customs of war, threatening to kill Union men, and treason for being a bushwhacker ??-??-186? F1155
Hall, Alonzo Jasper Oath of Allegiance, physical description included 09-08-1862 F1336
Hall, James P. Jasper Physical description ??-??-???? F1336
Hall, John M. Jasper Oath of Allegiance 06-07-1862 F1336
Hamilton, H. B.; Nichols, Frederic B.; Smallwood, Thompson; Caldwell, Thomas; Bowers, John J. S.; Bowers, William H.; Woodcock, R. S.; Moody, Jasper; Eads, Isaac; Louis, Jacob; Abbot, George; Jeffries, Fielding; Vineyard, Silas; Grigg, Thomas; and others Jasper Petition requesting that military force be retained in area to provide protection against bushwhackers; states that some militia members had been threatened with removal to another part of the state if they didn't go into the United States service 07-25-1864 F1617 0451 10557
Harrington, H. F.; Seal, Thomas; Cone, Samuel; Rock, A. J.; Jackson, Chancey W. Jasper Carthage Accused of stealing two horses and buying sheep under false name. Includes list of local witnesses. 08-22-1864 F1620 0641 11440
Helms, J. E. Jasper Charges and Specifications against Helms; accused of going with a band of men to home of Dr. J. M. Stemmins, killing Stemmins and Latham J. Duncan and setting fire to the house. N. D. F1470
Henning, B. S. Jasper Carthage Order to confine B. Leybourne, charged with bushwhacking, in Fort Lincoln 01-20-1863 F1362
Henning, B. S. Jasper Fort Lincoln Charges and specifications against B. Saybourn, for being a guerrilla and stealing horses, robbing, and plundering, released and enlisted in the 6th Kansas Regiment 02-06-1863 F1488
Hicks, John Jasper Carthage Charges and specifications: rebel from Texas, released from Ft. Lincoln 10-01-1862 F1192
Hill, Stephen Jasper Duncan's Mill Statement that William L. Dysart of Missouri is a Secessionist and that he would fight the Federal army if they took anything from him, that northern and southern people could not live together 03-01-1862 F1308
Himbard Jasper Charges of murder of two and burning of a residence 03-08-1862 F1147
Horn, T. G. Jasper Carthage (cont'd) made Medical Dir. of 3rd Confederate Div.; went home, got bushwhackers to go into Confederate service; got prisoners Timmonds, Morgan and Cole brothers of 1st Arkansas Cav. paroled (cont'd) 10-28-1863 F1343
Horn, T. G. Jasper Carthage (cont'd) prisoner paroled to Livingston; was waiting on Union troops in Carthage, trying to save Union prisoners; Petty's Co.; Livingston getting load of medicines to sell south, arranged at Ft. Scott 10-28-1863 F1343
Horn, T. G. Jasper Carthage Dr. Horn imprisoned by Quantrill Nov. 1862, taken to Ft. Smith; handed to Hindman; charged with having bushwhacker Bedford killed by Union soldiers; appointed surgeon in Shelby's brigade; (cont'd) 10-28-1863 F1343
Hunter, A. M. Jasper Smithfield Report that he arrested a man named Lock who had been to Martinsburg for salt and had taken then oath there, had also helped the rebels capture Milling's men 08-27-1862 F1482
Johnson, Calaway Jasper Bond in the amount of $5,000. 06-08-1862 F1348
Johnson, Calaway Jasper Oath of allegiance 06-08-1862 F1348
Johnson, Hubbard Jasper Oath of allegiance 06-07-1862 F1348
Johnson, Owen Jasper Oath of allegiance 10-07-1862 F1349
Lee, Prior Jasper Fort Lincoln Charged with being a bushwhacker, sent for confinement at Ft. Lincoln by order of Maj. Henning 01-20-1863 F1361
Lefeure, John Jasper Witness summons for Benton Malugen, John Gibson, [unknown] Woods, and William Langston on behalf of Lefeure before a military commission in Springfield. 08-18-1862 F1587 1045 2094
Maxey, E. S. Jasper Statement that he served in Co. D, 11th Regiment, 8th Division, Missouri State Guard, but never belonged to any bushwhackers, will take the oath and give bond 07-16-1862 F1485
Mayville, Clarinda; Burris, Nancy; Gibner Waitman, Sarah F.; Simms, Ella Jasper Letter sent to Col. C. W. Blair from Camp Curtis. Letter states Mayville et al were seen riding with 7-8 bushwhackers. States it is known that the women have frequently aided bushwhackers and are considered the "heart and soul" of bushwhacking in area. 07-24-1864 F1621 0522 11654
McBride, J. D. Jasper Bond, $2000, to aid only the Federal Army 12-01-1863 F1155
McBride, Thomas D. Jasper Oath of Allegiance, witness W. B. Stone of Fort Scott, Kansas 06-07-1862 F1155
McKee, John A.; Riley, John; Townsend, John Jasper Carthage Letter from Nathan Bray stating McKee had applied to him for a certificate regarding his loyalty. McKee states his sheep were taken from him until he can prove his loyalty. Bray states since McKee showed himself as Union he has been robbed by rebels. 09-14-1863 F1652 0526 19594
McMurtrey, James Jasper Charges and specifications: killing in violation of the laws of war by murdering Mr. Harris and Mr. Copenberger, and violation of the laws or war by taking up arms against forces of the United States; charges also apply to Browning, Raines and Morgan ??-??-186? F1370
Meador, Jonas Jasper Parole of Meador, age 45. 11-12-1862 F1372
Meador, Jonas Jasper Statement of Meador, age 45, that he was arrested for violating his oath. Notes that he has not enrolled in the militia because he is over age. He also admits to feeding rebels. 11-18-1862 F1372
Melagin, Joseph W. Jasper Statement of Melagin that he was arrested at home. States he was in the Southern Army for six months. He has taken the oath of allegiance, but was not required to give bond. 09-22-1862 F1372
Miller, [?] Jasper Carthage Document almost entirely illegible. Makes reference to Dr. Miller being in charge of refugees. 09-16-186? F1156
Morehouse, James Jasper Charges and specifications: arson of the house of Doctor J. M. Stemmons, burning the bodies of him and Lathum I. Duncan 02-??-1863 F1202
Morehouse, James Jasper Charges and specifications: murder of Doctor J. M. Stemmons and Lathum I. Duncan 02-??-1863 F1202
Morehouse, James Jasper Charges and specifications: robbery of Negro slaves from the house of Jennit Rankin in Jasper County, and guns and shawls from the house of Mr. Main in Barton County 02-??-1863 F1202
Morgan, D. M. Jasper Charges and specifications: killing in violation of the usages and laws of war by killing Mr. Harris and Mr. Copenberger, mostly illegible ??-??-186? F1202
Murdin, Thomas Jasper Carthage Charges and specifications: being a soldier in the rebel army, captured by 2nd Brigade, Army of Kansas, released F1249
Parmack, J. W. Jasper Oath of allegiance 05-14-1862 F1379
Phillips, Joseph Jasper Charges and specifications: as a member of a bushwhacker band, did imprison and rob two Federal soldiers of two horses, equipage and three revolvers; witnesses James M. Hickey, Elizabeth Jones ????-186? F1383
Phillips, Joseph Jasper Charges and specifications: as a member of a bushwhacker band, did imprison and rob two Federal soldiers of two horses, equipage and three revolvers; witnesses James M. Hickey, Elizabeth Jones; file notations: to be tried; escaped 24 May 1863 05-24-1863 F1383

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