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Name County City Subject Date Reel Number Frame Number File Number
[illegible] Jefferson DeSoto [illegible] [illegible] F1359
[unknown], Samuel; Jennett, James; Casey, Paul; Casey, Thomas M.; [unknown], Alexander; Cole, Cullough; [unknown], Sparson; [unknown], Sally; [unknown], George; [unknown], Jenny; [unknown], Allen; [unknown], Margaretha; Ovuchan, Francis Jefferson Cole's Bridge List of slave contrabands and their masters who arrived at Coles Bridge of 5th Missouri Volunteers. 09-20-1862 F1588 0578 2295
[unknown], Sofield; Graham, [unknown]; Gordan, James; Kelwin, M. Jefferson Sulphur Springs List of slave contrabands and their masters who arrived at Camp Merrill of 5th Missouri Volunteers. 09-22-1862 F1588 0572 2294
[unknown], Stephen; Twitty, Mary Jefferson Cole's Bridge List of slave contrabands and their masters who arrived at Coles Bridge of 5th Missouri Volunteers. 09-20-1862 F1588 0578 2295
Ackerson, G. G. Jefferson De Soto J.W. Thompson is a good and loyal man 03-24-1863 F1211
Adams, Joseph A. Jefferson De Soto J.W. Thompson is a good and loyal man 03-24-1863 F1211
Alderson, John; Hall, George; Cook, Allen; McMullen, J.; Donnel, Stewart; Partney, Louis; Anshi, Lafayette; McClean, James; Goza, J. L.; Presly, G. W.; Thompson, D. A.; Wentz, John; Harvey, John; Donnald, Theodore; Roberts, James; Sloan, John Jefferson De Soto List of exempted individuals from enrolled state militia and reason for exemption. 339 names. 09-??-1862 F1588 0422 2250
Allred, William H. Jefferson Alton Military Prison Resident of Jefferson County, Missouri. Being held at Alton for 4 months with no trail. Letter requests that a trial be held in St. Louis as soon as possible. 06-19-1863 F1216
Altmark, Jacob Jefferson Kimswick Report by Capt of 1st Inf M.S.M. stating that Altmark's claims were misrepresented and that no threats were made against Altmark in his store. Speculates that Altmark feared he wouldn’t be paid. 12-14-1863 F1216
Amick, David Jefferson Deposition from case - John S. Mc????? Vs. David Amick et al. Much of deposition is illegible. Able to tell that the case deals with stolen property. N.D. F1216
Ault, T. M. Jefferson Pacific Forwarding to Bernard G. Farrar the prisoner William H. Hiatt for trial by Military Commission 01-04-1862 F1192
Axley, James R. Jefferson Letter regarding transmittal of Axley, charged with aiding and abetting rebels; has taken oath and says he will again but will remain a secessionist; represented as a dangerous man, a spy 10-21-1861 F1463
Axley, James R. Jefferson Little Rock Oath 03-13-1862 F1463
Ayers, George; Furguson, Charles; McCarthy, Andrew Jefferson Prisoners charged with stealing horses and aiding enemy 10-12-1861 F1582 0020 271
Bainbridge, P. A.; Strickland, William; Pike, Warrenton; Hill, Arannah; McCormack, Peter; Allred, James; McClean, Jeremiah; Cook, Elihn; Allneu, C.; Donell, Thomas; England, J. R.; Donnell, L. M.; Gitz, Michael; McFee, Benjamin; Bage, William; Both, John Jefferson De Soto List of exempted individuals from enrolled state militia and reason for exemption. 339 names. 09-??-1862 F1588 0422 2250
Bassett, Charles Jefferson Petition recommending him for position of Provost Marshal 01-13-1865 F1225
Bates, Henry P.; Partney, A.; Long, Milton; etc. Jefferson Petition to release John T. Lee from McDowell College, that he went south to enroll but returned home and instead enrolled in the state militia ??-??-186? F1361
Baugh, Charles; Baugh, Jacob; Baugh, Ned; Colten, Jane; [unknown], Isaiah; [unknown], Jane; [unknown], Edward; Ovuchan, Mary; Ovuchan, Thimothy; Ovuchan, Isam; Ovuchan, Justus; Cole, Fanny; Cole, James; Cole, Melinda; Baugh, Woodson Jefferson Cole's Bridge List of slave contrabands and their masters who arrived at Coles Bridge of 5th Missouri Volunteers. 09-20-1862 F1588 0578 2295
Beyette, Joseph Jefferson Oath of Allegiance, sworn at the District of Southeast Missouri 01-19-1862 F1231
Beyette, Joseph Jefferson Physical description, sworn at the District of Southeast Missouri 01-19-1862 F1231
Biekle, Charles Jefferson Victoria Has not received order to return property to Broloski 06-15-1863 F1284
Big Maria Jefferson New Orleans Census return, age 43, Negro, seamstress, possibly at a plantation called Magnolia Place, born in Missouri ??-??-1864 F1659 0321 21766
Bisch, H.; Bisch, T.; Valle, [unknown] Jefferson De Soto Letter stating Order 69 had been received; was to return guns to owners, but claims never had them; had seized powder from wealthy family; claims Valle family to be of southern sympathies; [Valley possibly Valle or Vallee] 06-20-1863 F1598 0144 5090
Bittick, John S. Jefferson Request for release by family and subsequent release 11/27/1862 F1138
Bittick, O. D. Jefferson Statement that he attended school in Big River, Jefferson County with W. R. Benton and that he was a Union man 10-31-1861 F1230
Bittick, Thomas Jefferson Charged with "starting to join" rebel army and disposition 12/22/1862 F1138
Bittick, William H. Jefferson Age 21 - Dead, rest illegible 08/21/(1862?) F1138
Bittick, William M. Jefferson Oath of Allegiance, physical description included 05-14-1865 F1231
Bittick, Willis H. Jefferson Statement that W. R. Benton was a Union man 10-31-1861 F1230
Black, William Jefferson Black of Dent Co. loyalty oath witnessed by Thomas C. Fletcher 01/08/1862? F1138
Boly, Henry Jefferson Charged with being a spy, released on oath 12/11/1862 F1184
Boly, Henry Jefferson Examination by military commission 12/03/1862 F1184
Bolzer, Johonas Jost; McMillen, Cicero; Brust, J. Adam; Flamm, William; Luebke, Christian; etal Jefferson Petition by 13 citizens for protection of property; cattle killed by troops in area of Meramec Bridge; many sign in a Germanic script 05-24-1862 F1585 0640 1243
Borgwalt, William Jefferson Charged with stealing, being a rebel, and communicating with rebels 05/16/1863 F1232
Boughton, Jackson Jefferson Released on parole and bond 03-07-1864 F1233
Brady, S. P. Jefferson Report as required by parole 03-31-186? F1139
Brady, S. P. Jefferson Report as required by parole 04-12-186? F1139
Brady, Samuel Jefferson Oath of Allegiance and description 02-10-1864 F1139
Brockhagen, H. Jefferson Statement 08-31-1864 F1284
Brolaski, H. L.; Becket, [?] Jefferson Kimmswick Letter from Brolaski to Maj. Gen. Rosecrans stating that he and his partner, lumber manufacturers, have been threatened by men belonging to the 3rd MO Cavalry. States they will have to close their business if the abuse continues. 09-07-1864 F1622 0661 12006
Bruce, T. R. Jefferson Special order to retain any money or property belonging to Bruce because he is in the army against the U.S. 01-08-1862 F1286
Butler, Edward Jefferson Oath of Allegiance ? F1290
Casey, Isam; Casey, George W.; Long, Allen; Long, Samuel; Minstry, Michel; Shibola, Bennett; Guff, Cherry; Guff, William; Harrison, Harriette; Harrison, Josiah; Higgenbottem, Benjamin; Higgenbottem, George; Higgenbottem, Simon; Higgenbottem, Matelia Jefferson Sulphur Springs List of slave contrabands and their masters who arrived at Camp Merrill of 5th Missouri Volunteers. 09-22-1862 F1588 0572 2294
Chartrand, Joseph A. Jefferson Statement that W. R. Benton is a Union man 10-31-1861 F1230
Chitwood, Aaron; Miller, Charles A.; Newton, Ebenezer; Aldridge, Hiram; Ballenger, Joseph; Carter, John; Treadway, Thomas; Smith, Thomas; McFarland, T. R.; Edgar, William J.; Rouse, A. M.; McFadin, Noah; Scaggs, A.; Bayless, Freeland; etal Jefferson Loyalty oaths of 26 men; gives names and residence; men from Crawford, Iron, Washington, Reynolds, Jefferson, Wayne, St. Francois, Dent and Butler counties 01-22-1862 F1583 0844 636
Churchill, Samuel Jefferson Louisville Pledge of good behavior of Col. Samuel Churchill. Churchill removed from St. Louis by Special Order No. 223. Request to allow him to reside in Louisville. 05-20-1863 F1596 0120 4658
Cole, Slate; Pratte, F. A.; Ashby, Hill; Taylor, D. M.; Holman, Thomas; Botts, Wash.; Sepp, M. Jefferson Sulphur Springs Report on execution of Special Order No. 100, confiscating gun powder held for sale without permission around Coles Mills. List of persons and amount of powder taken from each. Instituted patrol for citizen protection. 07-01-1862 F1586 0248 1587
Coleman, Joseph; Mullhullins, Labez; Moppin, John; Mulligan, Cornelius Jefferson Sulphur Springs Commitment of four prisoners to St. Louis 07-31-1862 F1586 0533 1663
Connagor, Ellen Jefferson Sulpher Springs ? Letter complaining that Joe Cole has threatened to kill her husband and harm her 10-1862 F1141
Cooper, R. C.; Ebbs, George Jefferson Victoria Letter to commanding officer of the military prison, St. Louis, stating that prisoners who had escaped from Camp Butler near Springfield, IL had been captured and were held at Island No. 10 08-01-1862 F1654 0532 20254
Cooper, William Jefferson De Soto J.W. Thompson is a good and loyal man 03-24-1863 F1211
Cowan, J. E. Jefferson Kimmswick Surrendered guns for militia use, but now has applied to have them returned; no one seems to know who has authority to do so 11-12-1862 F1242
Cox, J. B.; Pratt, J. W.; Bambridge, Allen; McIlhatron, Oliver; Rourk, C. S.; Butler, William; Park, Robert; Birgle, D.; McCloner, William; Zollomon, Z.; Moore, R. M.; Donell, W. A.; Blackwell, J. S.; Powers, J. C.; Donell, J. N.; Boyer, Edman Jefferson De Soto List of exempted individuals from enrolled state militia and reason for exemption. 339 names. 09-??-1862 F1588 0422 2250
Craig, William W. Jefferson Oath 03-27-1862 F1243
Creasy, John Jefferson Unable to get securities on bond 03-13-1862 F1244
Deubach, Henry Jefferson Victoria Report that Cornelius Mulligan claims to be a British subject, but found his name in the Jefferson County Poll books as a voter in 1861, has arrested him and sent him to headquarters 07-30-1862 F1248
Doctor ? Jefferson Statement that the wife of Andrew Chartrand asked him to plea for her husband's release from College Farm 01-08- ? F1236
Dover, Oscar Jefferson Victoria $2000 bond to sell liquor 12-06-1864 F1304
Drury, J. B.; Leaper, Joseph; Parkinson, [unknown]; Livingston, Thomas Jefferson Victoria Letter regarding the transfer of prisoners and other matters; Drury and Leaper were taken in Illinois 08-11-1863 F1601 0054 5920
Dunklin, J. S.; McMullen, Thomas; Henry, William; Conway, W. S.; Galbraith, Robert; Butler, I. M.; Meyers, Capt. C. A.; and others Jefferson De Soto Report from Capt. Thompson on prisoners and scouting expedition. 05-01-1863 F1597 0566 4935
Dunklin, John Jefferson Pevely Letter to his mother thanking her for some shirts she sent him and asking her to send him a pair of shoes 06-25-1863 F1188
Eaglebarger, Frederick G. Jefferson Claim for $100 for mare taken from him; was arrested 04-26-1863 and sent to St. Louis prison; released on oath; not charged with disloyalty 09-07-1863 F1309
Elkens, S. M.; Libert, John Jefferson Sulphur Springs Prisoners Libert of Monroe County, IL and Elkens sent to McDowell's College Prison in St. Louis 06-27-1862 F1585 1486 1485
Elkins, J. M.; Libert, John; Elkhorn, Louis; Duling, Peter Jefferson Sulphur Springs Transfer of prisoners Elkins and Libert, taken near Penitentiary Point in Monroe County, IL; includes charges; Libert had been caught earlier near Ste. Genevieve, MO by civil authorities, but had escaped 06-27-1862 F1585 1216 1396
Elmer, F. B.; Johnston, Robert; Janeway, John L.; Hopewell, John C.; Redding, John G. Jefferson Letter from Elmer, who was attorney for Johnston, Janeway, Hopewell, and Redding; smelting works, steam engine, and other property destroyed in Jefferson County by U. S. troops on Nov. 9, 1861; very detailed extensive listings of property and value included 02-10-1862 F1583 1007 687
Everett, William Riley; Davis, John R.; Morace, Thomas; Robinson, Joseph; Fitzgerald, W. M. C.; Gibson, Benjamin; Ramey, William; Fine, John; Maxwell, Matthew; Hymer, Augustus; Ryan, John; Lyons, Mark Jefferson Big River Examination of prisoners related to a secessionist meeting at Big River Bridge 09-05-1861 F1581 0851 167
Fabry, Frederick; Thomas, John; Sapp, N. T.; Lemon, Augustus; Dugan, Patrick; Strickland, James; Hartman, Charles; Cadwallader, Franklin; Naverstick, William; Lindhemier, John; Lynch, W. P.; Cross, James; Rippey, James; Furgerson, John; and others Jefferson De Soto List of those exempt from enrollment and surgeons' certificates. 35 names. 10-15-1862 F1589 1015 2648
Farley, John Jefferson Sandy Mines Affidavit for S. S. Homanes, who wants permission to use powder for blasting in the mine 07-14-1862 F1476
Fletcher, C. C. Jefferson De Soto J.W. Thompson is a good and loyal man 03-24-1863 F1211
Fletcher, J. W. ; Rimm?, Henry T. Jefferson De Soto J.W. Thompson is a good and loyal man 03-24-1863 F1211
Fletcher, J. W. ;Rimm?, Henry T. Jefferson De Soto J.W. Thompson is a good and loyal man 03-24-1863 F1211
Fletcher, Thomas B.; Cobb, John; Bush, John; Taylor, William R.; Rankin, Louis J.; Frissell, Williard; Pritchett, Zebulon; Beckett, Ephraim B.; Whitworth, Thompson H.; McGready, Firmin; Boyd, F. K.; Whiteley, Thomas J.; Wilcox, William; Singer, Samuel Jefferson Col. Fletcher in St. Louis makes recommendations for persons to compose boards pursuant to General Order 3; breaks down names by county (St. Francois, Jefferson, Washington) 06-28-1862 F1585 1077 1364
Fletcher, Thomas C. Jefferson De Soto Introduction of S. C. Rankin, vouches for his loyalty and would go on his bond for any amount 11-14-1864 F1255
Fletcher, Thomas; Rankin, C.; Reppy, R.; Owen, James; Wilhelm, Julius; Wolf, William; Wesselhoft, William; Hundhausen, Robert; Glover, Chesley; Hopkins, George W.; Reinhardt, [unknown]; White, Joshua J.; Ferrell, Enoch P.; and others Jefferson De Soto Two letters giving names of loyal citizens in Jefferson, Franklin, Gasconade, Osage and Maries counties; poor quality image of first letter, illegible 07-12-1864 F1617 0877 10703
Flore, Ben Jefferson Sulphur Springs Letter from A. H. Poten stating that when Floro was arrested, his horse was taken from him. Floro's step-son, a private, asked for horse to be returned to his mother after Floro died in jail. 09-26-1862 F1319

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