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Name County City Subject Date Reel Number Frame Number File Number
Adams, Eli; Adams, Jonathan; Stockton, F. W.; etc. Johnson Warrensburg Citizens of Lafayette County, state that William Hallaway, prisoner in Warrensburg, is loyal and would never associate with bushwhackers 02-18-1865 F1337
Alcorn, George; Miller, Elijah G. Johnson Warrensburg Letter from Alcorn and Miller to Brig. Gen. E. B. Brown partially illegible. Letter details their deep loyalty and commitment to the Union and their "humiliation" at having to defend their loyalty. 09-07-1864 F1622 0559 11972
Allison, N. S.; Ferguson, R. L. Johnson Warrensburg Cover sheet for transmittal of Special Orders No. 72 08-09-1864 F1619 0757 11240
Allison, N. S.; Ferguson, R. L.; Jelley, ?; Briscoe, ? Johnson Warrensburg Special Order No. 72 by Capt. Ferguson ordering U. S. Detective Allison to investigate the sale of government corn by Jelley, employee of Tesch and Allman at Sedalia, Pettis County; then proceed to Moniteau County, and arrest Briscoe a horse thief 08-09-1864 F1619 0758 11240
Allison, N. T. Johnson Warrensburg Report stating that he had horses stolen by Bushwhackers and described his search for the horses. 07-31-1864 F1216
Altman, J. Johnson Warrensburg Re claim of horse. Altman purchased a horse claimed by another man. Instead of settling dispute, Altman shipped horse to St. Louis and sold to government. All occurred in Sedalia, Pettis County. 07-18-1864 F1216
Ananson, Jeremiah; Henry, Milas; Miller, Samuel; Ginser, Fredrick Johnson Warrensburg Trimonthly report of prisoners; gives name, charges, where arrested, by whom arrested, date of arrest, rank, where charges filed, comments 12-20-1862 F1591 0379 3258
Anderson, ? Johnson Warrensburg Letter noting that the original statement of Mr. Anderson was not received and that without it the matter could not be settled. 03-19-1864 F1217
Anderson, Henry and John Johnson Warrensburg Telegraph stating that Anderson is shipping hogs on freight train. Orders that the hogs be taken and Anderson arrested and put under guard. Doesn't specify whether Henry or John. 12-07-1864 F1217
Anderson, Jeremiah; Henry, Milas; Miller, Samuel; Grinser, Frederick Johnson Warrensburg List of 4 prisoners arrested and released from Dec. 1, 1862 to Dec. 10, 1862; gives names, residence, by whom arrested, charges, date of arrest, by whom released, and remarks 12-10-1862 F1591 0374 3256
Anderson, Thomas P. Johnson Warrensburg Evidence in the case of United States vs Amos B. Horne for violation of the oath and forfeiture of bond, claims Horn left home in 1862 and believes he is in the Confederate Army 06-05-1863 F1476
Anderson, Thomas P. Johnson Warrensburg Statement in the case of John R. Douglass 05-01-1863 F1304
Anderson, Thomas P. Johnson Warrensburg Sworn statement about James Dyer 06-05-1863 F1300
Anderson, W. H. Johnson Warrensburg Oath 02-02-1862 F1217
Applegate, C. B. Johnson Warrensburg Letter from Colonel James McFerran to General E. B. Brown that Applegate was in charge of the telegraphic corps at Warrensburg. 03-16-1864 F1137
Ayer, Bridget; Harrington, Sarah Ann; Monpin, Mary Johnson Warrensburg Special Order no. 138 on authority of Brig. Gen. Brown; Commissary of Subsistence at Kansas City, MO to issue requisitioned items to soldier's families 06-28-1864 F1615 0176 9944
Bacon, Sarah Johnson Warrensburg Claim for subsistence, as husband was killed in war; notation: rations should be issued 09-07-1864 F1463
Baker, William P. Johnson Warrensburg Oath of Allegiance; President of the National League, Warrensburg Council 03-12-1864 F1221
Baldwin, David Johnson Claim for timber taken by Federal soldiers for use at Camp Grover ??-??-186? F1222
Baldwin, David Johnson Statement that Federal soldiers took timber off his land for use at Camp Grover, and he's never been paid 07-07-1862 F1222
Baldwin, David Johnson Hazel Hill Township Oath of Allegiance, witness James Robertson, 8th Regular Iowa Volunteers 03-07-1862 F1222
Baldwin, David Johnson Warrensburg Letter from Thomas W. Nelson to R. W. Dunstan, Esq, regarding Baldwin difficult to decipher. Refers to one of Baldwin's horses as being missing. Nelson wants Dunstan to charge "them" with a horse for Baldwin valued at $100.00. 03-15-1862 F1653 0209 19817
Baldwin, David W.; Nelson, Thomas; Foster, Emory S. Johnson Warrensburg Maj. Foster had taken some of Baldwin and Nelson's horses, now defending his actions; Baldwin and Nelson wanted property returned 05-07-1862 F1585 0284 1153
Baldwin, David; Nelson, Thomas; Ramey, James; Davis, Michael; Hunt, [unknown]; Morrison, [unknown]; Nelson, [unknown]; Foster, Emory S.; Eads, James D. Johnson Warrensburg Letter from Foster giving reasons for seizing property of various men and women; Foster also accuses State Senate candidate Eads of soliciting secessionist votes; see also file number 1227 05-09-1862 F1585 0594 1228
Barnes, Catharine; Snodgrass, Mollie Johnson Warrensburg Special Order No. 184. Orders that 30 days rations be issued to Barnes and Snodgrass. 08-27-1864 F1620 0658 11443
Barnes, Joseph; Anderson, John; Marr, James; Cather, John; Ewing, William H.; Vance, B. H.; Hazell, Sebern G.; Grover, George S.; Stockwell, John A.; Bolton, Ather T.; Day, William M.; Hunt, William H.; Jackson, David; Stubblefield, Isham etal Johnson Warrensburg Letter from S. Whitney that he is sending the papers pertaining to duty as Assistant Provost Marshal of the 3rd Sub District of Central Missouri. 04-03-1865 F1636 0944 16261
Barnes, Joseph; Anderson, John; Marr, James; Cather, John; Ewing, William H.; Vance, B. H.; Hazell, Sebern G.; Grover, George S.; Stockwell, John A.; Bolton, Ather T.; Day, William M.; Hunt, William H.; Jackson, David; Stubblefield, Isham etal Johnson Warrensburg Transcript of record, sixteen pages in length, providing information about a wide variety of cases which came before S. Whitney, Assistant Provost Marshal. Cases range from possession of a horse to a black woman who was evicted from a shanty. 03-??-1865 F1636 0946 16261
Barnes, Mrs. C.; Way, Alyna; Rennolles, Mrs. A.; Goans, Mary; Dyen, Mrs.; Fisher, Mary; Kisselbaugh, E.; Kisselbaugh, Mary; Gunn, Mary Johnson Warrensburg Special Order No. 3. Those entitled to receive 30 days worth of rations. 01-08-1865 F1630 0851 14494
Bates, Michael Johnson Warrensburg Sworn statement that he lost a horse, and has found it branded J.G. 01-19-1865 F1226
Bates, Patrick Johnson Warrensburg Sworn statement that the horse belongs to Michael Bates 01-19-1865 F1226
Battendon, T. T. Johnson Warrensburg Two boys named Chrisman who are in prison without charges against them 07-05-1865 F1186
Bayley, G. Johnson Warrensburg Allows Mrs. Bayley to return home 04-01-1861 F1226
Baynes, Archibald; McGrew, James D.; Argo, William Johnson Warrensburg Statement by Baynes to Provost Marshal Argo; regarding his horse being stolen and found in the possession of McGrew 11-06-1864 F1625 1334 12987
Beasly, [?]; Haley, James; Fitzpatrick, Thomas; Hayesman, Frank; Vermilion, L. G.; Henshaw, Charles; Valsenburg, M.; Biggs, George R.; Burns, Felix; Morris, Beverly; Brown, John; Brown, Elijah; Therman, William; Cross, [?]; Kelly, [?] Johnson Warrensburg Statement of Samuel Fulton partially illegible. Fulton describes a group of men who came to his home claiming to be from Price's army. Fulton identified Morris, J. Brown, E. Brown and Therman as being among the men. 05-03-1865 F1652 1396 19721
Bedenger, Solomon; Bowman, [unknown]; Thistel, Sam; Hults, William; Ragean, John; Pemberton, Millie; Hanna, Anderson; Barnett, Polly; Gilbert, Jack; Huston, Joseph; Carpenter, Newton; McCarty, Mary; Smith, Benjamin; Scott, Emily; and others Johnson List of southern sympathizers. 35 names. 01-06-1865 F1630 0616 14432
Beinhall, J.; Perkins, J. C. Johnson Warrensburg Receipt of prisoners. 02-21-1865 F1631 0958 14828
Bell, James F.; Bogarth, Joseph; Blevins, William; Draper, L. C.; Denton, William R.; Drake, Alexander; Gladden, R. M.; Garrison, John H.; Greenlee, William P.; Herndon, M. A.; Hulse, G. W. C.; Higgins, J. C.; Houx, James H.; Harrington, George and others Johnson Thirty-one-page roster of Johnson County and Shelby County men who have taken the oath of allegiance 01-??-1864 F1627 0002 13378
Bell, James H. Johnson Oath of Allegiance 01-16-1862 F1229
Benton, H. B. Johnson Warrensburg Permission for H. B. Benton residing in Ray Co. but allowed to return to Jackson Co. 03/26/1864 F1232
Binenelge, John S. Johnson Warrensburg Order to Capt. C. E. Rogers to release R. A. Crismon and C. W. Crismon as no charges have been brought against them 07-07-1865 F1611 0903 9181
Bird, Samuel Johnson Warrensburg Letter to Gen. E. B. Brown asking men to help him hunt bushwhackers. 09/13/1864 F1465
Blacker, Allen; Darr, Joseph Jr. Johnson Warrensburg Transcript of telegram sent by Blacker to Provost Marshal Darr, telling him to make arrangements with the Commissary General for 1500 to 2000 prisoners 10-31-1864 F1626 0486 13154
Blacker, Allen; Holland, ?; Eagan, John Johnson Warrensburg Report by Blacker that the shoes stolen from Dr. Holland, of Calhoun, will be returned to him; order for the arrest of Eagan, Warrensburg citizen, charged with disloyalty and being a bushwhacker while being in active service in the E.M.M. 11-01-1864 F1626 0487 13154
Blacker, Allen; Jenkins, John B.; Reed, Justus; Wear, William; Alexander, Thomas; Scully, Nathan; Mayhowen, William Johnson Warrensburg Report regarding the sacking of Otterville, noted unnamed bushwhacker owns "magnificent farm" in Johnson County after Price's army raided Otterville bushwhacker committed more crimes there, list of men who can identify unnamed bushwhacker 11-01-1864 F1626 0488 13154
Blacker, Allen; Stillwell, E.; Courtney, Stephen Johnson Warrensburg Report by Blacker of the arrest of Stillwell, Warrensburg merchant, for purchasing stolen property from soldiers; arrest of Courtney, Warrensburg resident, for purchasing stolen property from soldiers 11-01-1864 F1626 0486 13154
Blacker, Allen; Whitsett, Harvey Johnson Warrensburg Report by militia officers in Lexington to Blacker that Whitsett escorted bushwhackers in Lexington and showed them the best homes and business to plunder and steal from 11-01-1864 F1626 0489 13154
Blacker, Allen; Whitsett, Harvey Johnson Warrensburg Report by militia officers in Lexington to Blacker that Whitsett, prisoner taken in battle by Gen. Pleasanton is not a Union man, but rebel supporter, when a band of bushwhackers entered Lexington, Whitsett told them "I'm the best friend you have got" 11-01-1864 F1626 0489 13154
Blanton, ?; Harris, ?; Blevins, ? Johnson Warrensburg Transmittal of documents regarding the charges against Blanton and Harris; name of author of the letter is illegible 02-26-1864 F1608 0948 8207
Bledsoe, Willis Johnson Warrensburg Lt. Col. Switzler states that Dr. Bledsoe is paroled to Boone and Howard counties. 03/01/1864 F1466
Blevens, Stephen C. Johnson Blevens taken prisoner by Lt. Kelly of 4th Cavalry. Blevens took loyalty oath at Sedalia District and was released. 01/28/1862 F1466
Blevens, William Johnson Blevens taken prisoner by Lt. Kelly of 4th Cavalry. Blevens took loyalty oath at Sedalia District and was released. 01/28/1862 F1466
Blevins, William R. Johnson Statement saying he traded for a horse not knowing it was branded US 03/18/1864 F1466
Bolton, E. M. Johnson Warrensburg Handwritten oath of allegiance 02/21/1862 F1184
Bolton, E. M. Johnson Warrensburg Voucher to E.M. Bolton for $20.00 for 100 rations signed by Captain Emory Foster, Missouri Rangers 10/21/1862 F1184
Bolton, Edmond M. Johnson Warrensburg Bolton's hotel and home at Warrensburg taken over by Major Foster. Bolton asking for voucher to cover damages 06/14/1862 F1184
Bolton, Edmond M. Johnson Warrensburg Listing of damages done to his hotel and home 06/14/1862 F1184
Bolton, Edmond M. Johnson Warrensburg Reply of Major Emory Foster to the claim. Foster asserts Bolton is rebel sympathizer 06/13/1862 F1184
Bomar, D. J. Johnson Knob Noster Claims he was arrested by a man named George Graham. graham said he was a government employee, but was not. Provost Marshal claims that Bomar is a horse thief 12/21/1864 F1184
Bomar, Isaiah Johnson Washington Oath of Allegiance 02/25/1862 F1184
Bond, William T. Johnson Rose Hill Bond was captain in Price's army and was recruiting 06/26/1864 F1232
Boyls, Citizen; Boyls, William Johnson Recruiting Station: Lexington F1895.3 12
Bradley, I. F. M. Johnson Warrensburg Statement that he bought a horse from Charles Culver that is believed to be the horse claimed by John J. Moore 11-09-1864 F1201
Bradley, J. F. M.; Sharp, Robert; Foster, Emory S. Johnson Warrensburg Cattle and horses being shipped to St. Louis were stopped at Jefferson City and held for 6 days; government later wanted owners to pay the feed expenses for that period 03-31-1865 F1634 0539 15550
Brannon, Mike Johnson Charges and specifications against him F1139
Briggs, C. A. R. Johnson Warrensburg Letter of recommendation for Lt. Hall as Agent of the Freedmen's School in Warrensburg 05-15-1865 F1336
Brown, E. B. Johnson Warrensburg Order to allow H. Holmes, citizen banished from Kansas City, to return 02-26-1864 F1475
Brown, E. B. Johnson Warrensburg Special Order 3 revoking the banishment of Richard Hardesty from the District of the Border and he now has permission to reside within Jackson County 04-03-1864 F1339
Brown, E. B., Johnson Prisoner John Barrett ??-24-1864 F1224
Brown, E. B.; Lovell, C. Johnson Warrensburg Transmittal of proceedings of meeting held at Marshall, in relation to General Order No. 107, from Brigadier General Brown, to Major General Lovell 07-06-1864 F1618 0734 10913
Brown, E. B.; Styer, B. H. Johnson Warrensburg Notification of the transmittal of Pacific Railroad employees list to Brig. General Brown, to issue passes for the named employees 07-05-1864 F1618 0447 10827
Brown, Hezekiah Johnson Warrensburg Mule was taken from him by U.S. government 03-16-1864 F1285
Brown, James H. Johnson Kansas City Co. C, 4th Cavalry, M.S.M., statement that although B. C. Moore warned two soldiers they would be bushwhacked if they proceeded, they continued and were shot at, one killed, the other wounded 08-31-1862 F1201
Brown, Lewis; Brown, Bedford Johnson Recruiting Station: Warrensberg F1897.3 32
Brown, Lewis; Brown, Bedford Johnson Recruiting Station: Warrensberg F1897.8 114
Brown, P. Z. Johnson Kansas City Letter to Col. Dodd requesting that Mrs. B. T. Barclay of St. Louis be allowed possession of her house in Kansas City, now occupied by a widow and her family who are ruining the house 03-22-1864 F1223

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