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Name County City Subject Date Reel Number Frame Number File Number
Appling, John Laclede Lebanon Appling accused of selling liquor to soldiers in violation of orders. An investigation was called for and authority was given to destroy all liquor found in Appling's premises if necessary. 03-18-1864 F1137
Appling, John Laclede Lebanon Letter calling for an investigation into claims that Appling sold liquor to soldiers and that this contributed to a shooting event. 03-19-1864 F1137
Appling, John Laclede Lebanon Letter from Captain John Lindsay that difficulty arose between two soldiers in Appling's store. Can't prove Appling sold liquor; prohibited Appling from selling liquor until further notice. 03-20-1864 F1137
Arnold, Richard M. Laclede Bond; notation "bushwhacker" 02-28-1863 F1219
Atkinson, T. C Laclede Bond; G. W. Atkinson and W. S. Marshal, Dallas County, securities; Atkinson arrested for giving aid and comfort to enemy; paroled to Webster, Wright, Laclede and Dallas Counties N.D. F1220
Atkinson, T. C Laclede Oath 11-08-1862 F1220
Austen, Joel B.; Delcour, J. E. C.; Jerrell, William J.; Sperngle, George W.; Basey, John A.; Smith, Charles; Williamson, G. W.; Dorsey, Thomas; Worley, Jacob; Rogers, Henry; Hutson, A. M. F.; Tamlin, Charles Laclede Lebanon List of prisoners to be taken to St. Louis, one prisoner sent to Rolla, MO 06-18-1863 F1599 0942 5533
Austin, Susan Laclede Lebanon Request from St. Louis Supt. of Refugees for transportation for Austin and 5 children to Paducah, Ky; are destitute and living on govt, but family there will support them 05-06-1865 F1220
Bales, Seth Laclede Bond, $1000, arrested for aiding the enemy, securities Owen Bales and William E. Collier, limited to Laclede and Webster Counties 10-25-1862 F1222
Bales, Seth Laclede Oath of Allegiance 10-25-1862 F1222
Ballard, Cornelia Hestaline Laclede Statement that Jessy Ballard joined 20-25 bushwhackers in Phelps County and made her cook for them and keep the secret, threatening that her friends would suffer if she didn't 05-16-1865 F1222
Barker, Eliza G. Laclede Oath of Allegiance 05-22-1863 F1183
Barnes, J. W. Laclede Oath of duty F1183
Barnes, S. W.; Herndon, John L. Laclede Lebanon Request of Maj. Switzler to appoint someone to replace Mr. Bennet on the County Board, and recommends John Shields 07-22-1862 F1259
Barrett, Ezra Laclede Parole F1224
Bartlett, James Laclede Lebanon Statement that he had to violate Parole to save his own life 03-24-1864 F1225
Baze, Joseph Laclede Oath 06-08-1863 F1463
Binns, Benjamin F. Laclede Loyalty oath witnessed by Thomas Fletcher. 02/??/1862 F1465
Blerret, John C. Laclede Smith Township Loyalty oath signed at Lebanon 05/10/1862 F1466
Blerrett, Eli K. Laclede Smith Township $1,000 Bond; charged with disloyalty 05/26/1862 F1466
Blerrett, Eli K. Laclede Smith Township Loyalty oath signed at Lebanon 05/10/1862 F1466
Bohannon, Elijah Laclede Osage Township Oath and parole 04/09/1862 F1184
Bohannon, Elijah Laclede Osage Township Posting $1000 bond 00/00/1862 F1184
Bohannon, Enoch Laclede Osage Township Loyalty Oath 04/09/1862 F1184
Bohannon, Enoch Laclede Osage Township Oath and parole 04/09/1862 F1184
Bohannon, Enoch Laclede Osage Township Posting $1000 bond 06/18/1862 F1184
Bohannon, James Laclede Osage Township $1000 Bond 00/00/1862 F1184
Bohannon, James Laclede Osage Township Oath 04/09/1862 F1184
Bohannon, William Laclede Osage Township $1000 bond 06/01/1862 F1184
Bohannon, William Jr. Laclede Gasconade Township Oath of Allegiance 04/09/1862 F1184
Bradford, John B. Laclede Gasconade $1000 bond and agrees not to leave Laclede, Phelps, Pulaski, and Texas counties 12-30-1862 F1139
Bradford, John B. Laclede Gasconade Oath of Allegiance 12-30-1862 F1139
Bramhall, Jacob Laclede Lebanon Statement in the case of his son George Bramhall 07-13-1863 F1139
Branham, J. Laclede Oath of Allegiance 02-19-1864 F1139
Bryan, Billy; Blankenship, W. H.; Barr, C. J.; Gilbert, Arthur; Newton, James A.; Palmer, William; Graham, E. G.; Shackleford, G.; Forguson, L. S.; Barrow, John; Roberts, James; Craddock, John; Powell, E. L.; Hall, George; Bohannon, William; and others Laclede Lebanon Long list of passes issued at Lebanon; gives date, permit number, to whom issued, destination, and remarks 06-10-1863 F1598 0194 5107
Bryan, Loweellin?? Laclede Oath of Loyalty 06-26-1863 F1287
Burgess, A. F. Laclede Oath of Allegiance 02-01-1862 F1288
Burgess, John M. Laclede Oath of Allegiance 02-01-1862 F1288
Burney, Eli C. Laclede Lebanon Burney states in an affidavit that a yellow mare branded U.S. is his property; raised it from a colt and never sold, traded or gave it away 03-01-1865 F1289
Burney, Eli C. Laclede Lebanon Capt. John Foster states in an affidavit that Burney appeared before him and claimed that a mare branded U.S. is his property; has been out of his possession since May 1863 03-01-1865 F1289
Burney, Eli C. Laclede Lebanon Milton Stith's affidavit states that a mare in the service of the United States is the property of Eli Burney; he never sold, gave away or traded the mare; it was stolen by two men 03-03-1865 F1289
Bush, C. B.; Bohanon, Lewis; Baker, John; Crider, David; Core, David; Cogins, Daniel; Crow, Henry; Conover, F. M.; Dozier, Elijah; Dozier, Samuel; Daniel, Reuben; Daniel, Isaac; Daniel, Josiah; Daniel, William; Dickens, John A.; McDaniel, Thomas Laclede Lebanon List of prisoner discharged from Lebanon. 44 names. 09-??-1862 F1588 0564 2291
Campbell, Joshua Laclede Statement against Benjamin Binns 06/03/1862 F1465
Campbell, Nancy; Heart, Rachal; Campbell, Elizabeth Laclede Lebanon Letter from Capt. George A. Spurr ordering Lt. Samuel Turner to take Campbell et al on the train to Rolla. Spurr states many complaints have been made against the character of the women due to their bad conduct. 06-20-1865 F1639 0532 17024
Canfield, Patrick Laclede Lebanon Letter from John Lindsay, accusing Canfield of stealing from a government train. Doesn't have enough evidence to convict him. Notes Canfield is from Rolla and is a "slippery fellow." 04-01-1864 F1292
Cantwell, Robert F. Laclede Bond in the amount of $1,000 06-04-1862 F1292
Cantwell, Robert F. Laclede Lebanon Oath of allegiance 04-07-1862 F1292
Carlin, W. P. Laclede Brush Creek Charges and specifications against Samuel J. Long: aiding and abetting the rebellion by seizing and taking James H. Leach and Mr. Sneezey to Arkansas ??-??-186? F1483
Case, Nelson; Case, Alfred Laclede Recruiting Station: Lebanon F1895.2 10
Caseboalt, A. J. Laclede Oath 01-21-1863 F1140
Casey, Minerva Laclede Oath 05-29-1863 F1140
Casey, S. V. Laclede Oath 01-21-186? F1140
Cessey, William Laclede Bond - arrested on charges on violation of oath of allegiance and other acts of disloyalty. 03-18-1863 F1140
Chambers, Payton Laclede Oath of Loyalty 01-21-1862 F1236
Chambers, Payton G. Laclede Gasconade Township Oath of Allegiance 01-21-1863 F1236
Chambers, Thomas Stacy Laclede Osage Oath of Loyalty 04-25-1862 F1236
Chambers, Thomas Stacy Laclede Osage Township Oath of Allegiance 04-25-1862 F1236
Chambers, W. R. Laclede Lebanon Monthly report of bonds, Harkins Evans ? charged with violation of the Oath, released 10-31-1862 F1142
Chambers, William R. Laclede Lebanon Request for permission for Bettie Hooker to go to Yellville on business, she is a Union lady 08-27-1862 F1476
Chiles, William Laclede Callaway Says he took the oath of allegiance 12-27-1862 F1186
Chitwood, R. C. Laclede Lebanon Permission granted to him for purchase 06-12-1864 F1186
Churchill, C. B. Laclede Lebanon Descriptions of horses taken from Churchill and Company. 12-04-1863 F1660 0843 22337
Clark, Rachel Laclede Slamn ? Statement that she knows nothing of a case of United States vs Conn and Tennison, but Sarah Jones was bribed to speak against Conn and Tennison 04-28-1865 F1238
Cobb, Elisabeth; Jewett. J. O.; Hovey, E.; Cox, James; Jacobs, Charles; Hale, H. S.; Ivey, S. P.; Worley, Peter; Todd, Thomas; Gibbs, [unknown]; Turner, [unknown]; Johnson, William; Tate, James; and others Laclede Lebanon Report of 260 passes issued; gives date, number, name of person to whom issued, destination, remarks; papers somewhat out of order; see also file 5232 06-30-1863 F1598 0580 5233
Cobb, Elisabeth; Jewett. J. O.; Hovey, E.; Cox, James; Jacobs, Charles; Hale, H. S.; Ivey, S. P.; Worley, Peter; Todd, Thomas; Gibbs, [unknown]; Turner, [unknown]; Johnson, William; Tate, James; and others Laclede Lebanon Report of 52 passes issued; gives date, number, name of person to whom issued, destination, remarks; see also file 5233 06-30-1863 F1598 0578 5232
Collier, William E. Laclede Oath 04-??-1862 F1467
Colwell, David; Carson, Samuel; Wyrick, James; Lewis, William; McNot, Baptist; Hill, Spencer Laclede Lebanon Rebel prisoners brought in from Bennett's Mill; 5 taken northeast of Lebanon returning home from rebel army (Colwell, Carson, Wyrick, Lewis, McNot) and 1 taken by a Lt. and it was considered best not to let him go (Hill) 02-01-1862 F1583 1026 688
Cook, Thomas A. Laclede Osage Oath of Allegiance 04-09-1862 F1240
Corc, Andrew J. Laclede Roll of prisoners at Lebanon; Corc arrested and committed 11-23-1864 for horse stealing; sent to Springfield for trial 11-29-1864 F1241
Cossey, Thomas Laclede Oath 04-13-1862 F1241
Cossey, unknown Laclede Letter from Lt. Gibbs, acting provost, Lebanon; loyal citizens cannot get salt at Rolla, but wagons with salt come through frequently; rebel Cosey brought in 30 bags and 1 barrel and 29 bags were seized 12-22-1862 F1241
Cossey, William Laclede Statement: age 65; took oath July 1862, has protection papers from 3 generals; 2 sons in Union army; surrendered for charge of violating oath; file notation: no evidence found by commission; release 02-19-1863 F1241
Couch, Jonathan Laclede Oath; includes pledge to uphold acts of congress and presidential proclamations regarding slaves 05-23-1865 F1242
Craig, William Laclede Lebanon Statement that after the murder of Smithpeter, a loyal citizen, he saw Tom Berry in the street telling of the circumstances of the act, and it was Tom Berry 01-07-1865 F1231
Crawford, William C. Laclede Charges and specifications; shooting Pvt. Marcus L. Spence, Co. L, 6th Prov. E.M.M., with intent to kill on 15 Aug 1864 ??-??-186? F1243

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