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Name County City Subject Date Reel Number Frame Number File Number
Agnew, James C. Knox Edina County Clerk, certification that Cornelius M. Coe, witness to the oath of David Long, is a Justice of the Peace 04-27-1864 F1483
Agnew, Samuel; Whitaker, John; Pugh, Jacob; Gardner, J. E.; Agnew, James C.; Hinchliffe, Jonathan; Beers, S. S.; Beers, Hugh; Hanes, Peter; Morgan, James; McKenzie, Murdoch; Wilson, E. V.; Wert, Samuel Knox Edina Petition signed by citizens of Edina asking that a force be stationed near the state line to protect them again rebel forces in Schuyler and Scotland Counties. 07-10-1862 F1586 0608 1692
Anderson, Willis Knox Edina Statement that he was in the Confederate army with Green's Regiment, but he surrendered and now supports the Union, and he hasn't helped any rebel or seen Hamilton Nelson, but the robbers were at his house for a while, mostly illegible 11-28-1864 F1204
Bledsoe, W. B. Knox Small note saying Bledsoe engaged in bushwhacking F1466
Bryant, Martin Knox Oath of Loyalty 03-?-1862 F1287
Cade, Reuben Knox Charged with violating oath by joining band of rebels and guerrillas ??-??-18?? F1291
Cade, Reuben Knox Statement of age, name of company he was with and by whom sworn in ??-??-18?? F1291
Cade, Reuben Knox Statement regarding surrender and arrest 12-27-1862 F1291
Cell, David Knox Edina Statement that his brother, Jacob Cell, was in the Confederate army, that he rode a horse that belonged to David in the Battle of Kirksville and did so without his knowledge or consent 11-28-1864 F1204
Chinn, George Knox Oath of Allegiance 03-??-1862 F1186
Coe, Edward M. Knox Edina Statement that he was with Porter, but surrendered in Palmyra, that Hamilton Nelson was in the Confederate army in Virginia under Lee, and that Nelson left a horse with his father, Robert Nelson, while he was in Marion County 11-27-1864 F1204
Crosswhite, Perry Knox Arrested Randolph County; was moving and stopped at mill for lumber to fix floor; never taken oath, but does not object to it; file notation: will be released on parole 10-10-1862 F1245
Davis, Samuel Knox Anonymous statement that he harbors and feeds bushwhackers and is a mean rebel ??-??-186? F1659 0854 21958
Davis, William; Scott, James; Roher, W. S. Knox Edina Request by Davis for investigation into band of Copperheads meeting secretly and inflicting punishment on Negroes. 05-03-1864 F1613 0556 9585
Dixon, Robert Knox Voluntary statement of prisoner 04-09-1863 F1302
Dodd, Shelton L. Knox Oath of Allegiance 04-10-1862 F1302
Downing, A. R. Knox Ruling Elder of the Newark Presbyterian Church, Oath of Allegiance 04-23-1864 F1305
Downing, William A. Knox Oath of Allegiance 02-24-1862 F1305
Duncan, Samuel; King, Bill; Jones Knox Portion of document noting that Duncan et al have "undoubtedly" been conveying information to the enemy. N. D. F1660 0386 22200
Emory, John Knox File notation: not at Gratiot Feb. 16, 1863; discharged Jan. 20, 1863 02-16-1863 F1312
Ford, David Knox Oath of allegiance 04-11-1862 F1320
Fulton, R. Thomas Knox Edina Statement that he was with Porter and was captured, but escaped at Macon and went to Illinois and Indiana, but returned home, and Adam Nelson, Sr. told him that Hamilton Nelson was staying with Edward Coe 11-26-1864 F1204
Glover, John Knox Joseph Porter, Newark, Knox Co.; William Richardson, Monticello, Lewis Co.; Andrew Fronce; Martin Green, Lewis Co.; Davis, Edina, Knox Co. n.d. F1327
Good, Henry Knox Recruiting Station: Kirksville F1894.11 9
Graves, Cornelius; Glover, John Knox Recruiting Station: Kirksville F1894.11 8
Greenley, John W. Knox Statement by William J. Cottey that after burning of Shelbina he heard conversation of Joshua W. Baker and Dr. Greenley, who said burning and stealing was done by Union men as pretext to drive out southerners so Radicals would carry fall election 11-28-1864 F1332
Greenley, John W. Knox Statement; lived in Knox County eleven years, a physician and surgeon; 1861 sympathized with south; sworn and bonded spring 1862; sentiments have not changed 11-26-1864 F1332
Hall, Stephen Knox Statement that he was arrested at Novelty on his way home from Price's Army after discharge, wishes to take the oath ??-??-???? F1336
Hall, Stephen P. Knox Oath of Allegiance 02-24-1862 F1336
Henry, Monroe Knox Note stating that Henry was a citizen arrested at his home. Says Henry makes the same statement as Thomas Garby. Recommends that further inquiry be made. N. D. F1471
Henry, Monroe Knox Oath of allegiance 02-24-1862 F1471
Hicks, Geter Knox Anonymous statement that Hicks gave the rebels two wagon loads of meat and is a notoriously mean rebel and traitor, advises he be kept until the end of the war ??-??-186? F1659 0854 21958
Hiter Knox Newark Anonymous statement that he was at the Battle of Newark and was involved in taking Thomas Adams' horses ??-??-186? F1659 0854 21958
Hotchkiss, Thomas W. Knox Edina Statement that he was robbed by five men of $150, an overcoat, two blankets, and his revolver, that he believes Hamilton Nelson was the leader, and he tracked three horses to the home of Edward Coe and on to New Market, but didn't overtake them 11-28-1864 F1204
Huse, Charles Knox Notation that Huse belonged to Green's Regiment; had been at home two months when taken; Huse wants to take oath and go home; could give bond; further inquiry recommended - ? - F1148
Huse, Charles H. Knox Age 22; belonged to Martin Green's regiment for 5 months; was at home when arrested Dec. 10; wants to take oath and give bond; know of no other charge against him; further inquiry recommended ??-??-186? F1148
Huse, Charles H. Knox Oath 02-??-1862 F1148
Huse, Charles H. Knox Oath of Allegiance 02- ?-1862 F1148
Jefferson, Irena Knox Edina Statement that William Hamilton Nelson stayed at Edward Coe's home while she lived there, and Coe whipped his children for telling the fact, that Coe rode into the brush with Nelson, and Andrew Bishop saw smoke from a fire in that direction 11-28-1864 F1204
Jefferson, Thomas Knox Edina Statement that Hamilton Nelson and another man stayed with Mr. Coe and Mr. Shotton, and when he told Joseph Leyton this, Coe threatened to kill him, mostly illegible 11-26-1864 F1204
Johnson, James Knox Statement of Johnson, a prisoner. Johnson says he was with rebels at Gray Camp at Tiger Den, in Monroe County, but was never sworn in. He never took oath and still claims to be a Southern man. 09-27-1862 F1349
Keith, James M. Knox Edina Statement that he helped track the men who robbed T. W. Hotchkiss and captured F. C. Owen, that two sets of tracks led to Edward M. Coe's and returned in the same direction 11-28-1864 F1204
Lair, Wesley Knox Edina Letter concerning Baker's guilt of bushwhacking 05-0901862 F1221
Lane, William T. Knox Oath; he was 39 06-26-1865 F1478
Lasswell, Charles M. Knox Parole 09-21-1862 F1153
Lasswell, Charles M. Knox Colony Bond, $1000, not to leave Knox, Lewis, Scotland, Clark, or Marion Counties, securities Jacob Widner and John H. House, physical description included 05-21-1862 F1153
Laswell, Charles M. Knox Colony Bond in the amount of $1,000. 05-21-1862 F1480
Lawrence, George B. Knox Oath of Allegiance 06-09-1862 F1153
Lear, J. M. Knox Oath of Allegiance, witnesses William McAfee and John W. Potter 04-15-1862 F1361
Lear, James Knox Jeddo Township Oath of Allegiance, witness Robert J. Dean 04-16-1862 F1360
Lear, Walter Knox Jeddo Township Oath of Allegiance, witnesses William McKee and John W. Porter, both of Palmyra 04-11-1862 F1360
Lewis A. Knox Salt River Township Bond, $1000, securities F. H. Norris and O. Richardson 04-11-1862 F1362
Lewis A. Knox Salt River Township Oath of Allegiance, witness John W. Potter of Marion County 04-11-1862 F1362
Lewis, Benjamin C. Knox Bond, $2000, arrested for having been with Porter, securities E. K. Sayre and Thomas Stowers 04-01-1863 F1362
Lewis, Benjamin C. Knox Oath of Allegiance, witness Edward Spahr 04-01-1863 F1362
Lewis, John T. Knox Bond, $1000, securities Henry J. Lewis and John H. Briscoe of Lewis County 12-08-1863 F1362
Lewis, John T. Knox Oath of Allegiance, physical description included, witness Edwin Davis, 2nd lieut. of Co. E., 37th Regiment, Iowa Volunteers 01-10-1864 F1362
Lewis, William Knox Oath of Allegiance 03-07-1862 F1362
Lewis, William Knox Physical description 03-07-1862 F1362
Long, David Knox Edina Oath to support the constitution of the United States and all Congressional acts with reference to slaves, witness Cornelius M. Coe 04-06-1864 F1483
Long, Joseph Knox Oath of Allegiance, witness R. L. Holliday 05-03-1862 F1483
Lyon, John Knox $2,000 bond; securities John Webb and Charles Thompson 04-14-1862 F1364
Lyon, John Knox Oath 04-14-1862 F1364
Marshall, William A. Knox Oath of Allegiance 02-20-1864 F1367
Martin, W. H. Knox Oath of Allegiance 04-14-1862 F1484
Massey, Thomas Knox Oath of Allegiance 04-11-1862 F1484
Massey, Thomas Knox Oath of Loyalty 04-11-1862 F1367
Matlick, Josiah Knox Oath of Allegiance, physical description included 05-05-1862 F1485
McReynolds, Burdit Knox Bond in the amount of $1,000. Charged with disloyalty. 12-29-1862 F1371
McReynolds, Burdit Knox Parole of McReynolds, age 45. 12-29-1862 F1371
Menifee, Frank S. Knox Oath of allegiance 04-14-1862 F1372
Merriweather, D. W. Knox Bond in the amount of $2,000. 04-21-1862 F1373
Merriweather, D. W. Knox Oath of allegiance 04-21-1862 F1373
Merriweather, G. A. Knox Bond in the amount of $2,000. 04-21-1862 F1373
Merriweather, James A. Knox Oath of allegiance 04-21-1862 F1373

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