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Name County City Subject Date Reel Number Frame Number File Number
Adkins, Grandville Lafayette Lexington Oath of loyalty and bond 1862/05 F1215
Akers, Thomas P. Lafayette Lexington Accused of being disloyal 1862/07 F1215
Akers, WM. L Lafayette Lexington Drunk in the streets 1865/11 F1215
Allen, Ethan Lafayette Lexington Letter from E. Winsor, security of Allen's bond. States that Allen wishes to move to another state. Winsor gives his permission for Allen to go to any state or territory not acting in rebellion. 01-30-1865 F1462
Allen, Ethan Lafayette Lexington One side of document notes that Allen would like an extension on his parole. The other side of document is a statement supporting the loyalty of Allen. 01-28-1865 F1462
Allen, Ethan Lafayette Lexington Statement of Allen that he took the oath of allegiance in 1862 as required of a disloyal sympathizer. States he desires to move to the state of Illinois. 01-28-1865 F1462
Allen, J. Lafayette Complete description of horses which were taken by troops. Notes his wife did not previously give a full description. 06-26-1863 F1217
Allen, James; Cowherd, Richard Lafayette Recruiting Station: Lexington F1895.3 76
Allen, William; Anderson, James Lafayette Recruiting Station: Sedalia F1896.7 163
Anderson Lafayette Waverly Letter from William Thomas that his slave, Anderson, was said to be at a blacksmith shop in Marshall. Offered him to the service; age 38; hernia in right groin; purchased in 1853 for $1375. 02-23-1864 F1217
Anderson, ? Lafayette Lexington Deposition of A. W. Riding of Wellington. Goods from his store were found in the home of Anderson. 11-23-1863 F1217
Anderson, ? Lafayette Lexington Deposition of Strother Hennie(?) re stolen goods taken from A. W. Ridings. Notes that goods brought to Hennie's home from Anderson's home. 11-23-1863 F1217
Anderson, ? Lafayette Lexington Note regarding a fair rent price for property. Note appears to be referring to home formerly owned by Oliver Anderson which was being used as a hospital. $35 a month given as reasonable rent. N.D. F1217
Anderson, J. B. Lafayette Napoleon Letter from Walter Coswell stating that Anderson is a loyal man; bushwhackers have taken his horses. Claims Anderson has complied with all government requirements. 01-26-1863 F1217
Anderson, James Lafayette Lexington Statement of Anderson to Lt. Col. A. J. Swain, at Chillicothe regarding gray horse stolen from his farm in Lafayette County and identified as being in the possession of a man named Pinknard in Quincy, Illinois 01-08-1864 F1607 0398 7834
Anderson, Mary Lafayette Statement that she lives on line between Lafayette and Jackson Counties on Lexington and Independence Road. Four horses taken by MO troops; 2 returned; third returned and stolen again by soldiers. N. D. F1217
Anderson, Oliver Lafayette Lexington Letter accompanying charge against Col. Anderson. Charge states that he is one of the most dangerous and seditious men in the area and considered Union forces as Northern aggression. 07-12-1862 F1217
Anderson, Oliver Lafayette Lexington Letter from M. C. Gratz regarding Anderson, her father. Says he is 70 years old and in prison; seeks to have him released to her home. Notes only charge was that he had Southern opinions. 08-01-1862 F1217
Anderson, Oliver Lafayette Lexington Notice from R. C. Vaugh, Lafayette Circuit Clerk, of a foreclosure of mortgage on house formerly owned by Anderson and currently being used as a hospital. Gives mortgage history of Anderson house. 05-19-1864 F1217
Anderson, Oliver Lafayette Lexinton Letter from Anderson; notes he is on parole and awaiting the adjudication of the Provost Marshal General. Veteran of War of 1812; claims he has Southern opinions, but never helped rebels. 07-07-1862 F1217
Anderson, Rice; Shelby, Joseph B. Lafayette Recruiting Station: Lexington F1895.3 18
Anthony, George W.; Ellis, George; Read, Allen D.; Ryland, John E.; Sego, [unknown] Lafayette Lexington Cover letter for charges and specifications in cases against Anthony and Ellis; reference to military interference in the circuit court of Jackson County; circuit attorney Ryland was arrested for not dismissing certain cases; reference to Cass County 03-28-1865 F1634 0959 15628
Antony, Tobe; Porter, John A. Lafayette Recruiting Station: Warrensberg F1897.3 68
Ardinger, John H. Lafayette Lexington Letter from Major Biggers re: loyalty of Ardinger 01-06-1863 F1218
Ardinger, John H. Lafayette Lexington Major Alex W Mullins, Sedalia, Pettis Co, suspects Ardinger, formerly of Kingston, Caldwell Co., of disloyalty 12-23-1862 F1218
Armstrong, H. J. Lafayette Lexington Letter from John Nyland (?) regarding Armstrong's loyalty 12-22-1862 F1218
Armstrong, H. J. Lafayette Lexington Permission granted to ship goods from Lexington to St Louis on railroad 12-01-62 F1218
Arnett, William; O'Banon, John; Bell, William T.; Winsor, A. T.; Merill, William T.; Veill, Henry; Grimes, Charles O.; Winters, John; Marshall, James L.; Slapp, John N.; Mason, Samuel; Mahan, William A.; Hill, William; Hammer, Charles; and others Lafayette List of absentees enrolled in first sub-district of Lafayette County; many noted as being with Price; gives their current location ??-??-186? F1654 0649 20288
Arnold, Ed; Williams, Elisabeth Lafayette Recruiting Station: Lexington F1895.3 87
Arnold, Jackson; Graves, David Lafayette Recruiting Station: Macon F1895.5 57
Ashcraft, Hosea Lafayette Sworn statement about Peter Kester 10-29-1862 F1357
Atkinson, Philip W. Lafayette Oath 07-23-1862 F1220
Atkinson, Philip W. Lafayette Statement of trip to Corinth to enlist in Confederate army but couldn't get past Little Rock; wanted to enlist for only 1 year; notation: will be released upon giving oath and bond 07-23-1862 F1220
Attebery, James Lafayette Bond 03-03-1863 F1220
Baehr, Joseph Lafayette Lexington Bond for selling liquor 08-06-1862 F1463
Baehr, Joseph Lafayette Lexington Oath for selling liquor 08-06-1862 F1463
Baehr, Joseph Lafayette Lexington Oath, bond and permit for selling liquor 08-06-1862 F1463
Bailus, Alfred; Bailus, Alfred Lafayette Recruiting Station: Lexington F1895.3 100
Baker, Henson; Smith, Lawson Lafayette Recruiting Station: Lexington F1895.3 65
Barber , Frank; Mason, Seth Lafayette Recruiting Station: Jefferson City F1894.5 41
Barksdale?, Henry L. Lafayette Parole 12-22-1862 F1183
Barnes, Thomas Lafayette Copy of Parole 06-12-1862 F1183
Barnes, Thomas Lafayette Parole 06-12-1863 F1183
Barnet, Lewis; Barnet, Edward Lafayette Recruiting Station: Warrensberg F1897.3 71
Barnett, Joseph Lafayette Arrested for aiding enemy 10-29-1863 F1224
Barnett, Joseph Lafayette Oath of Allegiance 10-29-1863 F1224
Barry, John; Kirby, Barnett; Carter, William H.; McDonald, Lewis; Chrisman, Joseph; Vaughan, Gary; Welshans, Henry C.; Warren, J. L.; Givins, William H.; Ridge, George; Warren, W. W.; Basham, Solomon; Geares, Jonathan W.; and others Lafayette List of men, unclear purpose, possibly to clear military enrollment lists; notation at end states they had left district; gives name and a location; references to Boone and Callaway counties in MO; poor quality image on microfilm, partially illegible 01-31-1865 F1654 0634 20282
Barton, James A. Lafayette Sedalia Horse was stolen 03-09-1862 F1225
Bascom, John E. Lafayette Lexington Index of liquors belonging to him 08-29-1864 F1225
Beamer, Willliam R. Lafayette Bond and Oath; $5000, arrested for giving aid to the enemy 11-06-1864 F1227
Bedsworth, Lamar Lafayette Lexington Letter in compliance with parole 11-28-1862 F1228
Bell, Henry; Cattern, Christopher Lafayette Recruiting Station: Lexington F1895.3 160
Bell, Remington L. Lafayette Bond, $2000, arrested for serving in the Rebel Army 12-1863 F1229
Bell, Richard; Cattern, Christopher Lafayette Recruiting Station: Lexington F1895.3 165
Bell, Samuel H. (K?) Lafayette Statement of his loyalty even though a brother in the Rebel Army and once a visitor to Price's camp in Lexington F1229
Bells, D. W. Lafayette Lexington Affidavit, to Lt. Garvan from John F. Ryland, A. W. Ridings that D. W. Bells, M.D., Samuel Yankee, Martin Rice, John Daniel and W. Easley are loyal 08-20-1864 F1294
Berry, Charles; Trigg, William K. Lafayette Recruiting Station: Sedalia F1896.7 227
Berry, Frank; Frue [?], Samuel Lafayette Recruiting Station: Sedalia F1896.7 244
Berry, L. L. Lafayette Waverly Oath of Allegiance, witness James Robertson, 8th Iowa Volunteers 03-06-1862 F1231
Berry, Miner; Fore, Samul Lafayette Recruiting Station: Sedalia F1896.7 250
Biggers, Thomas B. Lafayette Lexington Request if any records exist in St. Louis concerning the case of Virgil A. Holsey, who took the oath and posted bond 01-10-1863 F1476
Biggs, Lafayette Jerry Ragsdale can be trusted 06-11-1862 F1224
Bivens, Betty Lafayette Claim but unreadable 05/19/1865 F1138
Bivens, Betty; Harris, [?] Lafayette Waverly Letter from Capt. Charles C. Lovett regarding Mrs. Bivens and Mrs. Harris, refugees from Johnson County. Bivens and her five daughters are thought to be harboring bushwhackers. Harris is thought to be the widow of the bushwhacker Harris. 06-13-1865 F1639 0635 17063
Black James W. Lafayette Lexington Brig-Gen. Vaughn presenting name Col. Black for provost position to Col. Broadhead 08/13/1863 F1138
Bondurant, Charles P.; Ryland, John F.; Robertson, Richard; Bell, [unknown]; Walker, George; Ricehouse, John Lafayette Lexington Affidavit of Bondurant of Saline County regarding bushwhackers who robbed stores and committed other crimes in area of Miami, MO 06-03-1863 F1599 0528 5441
Boswell, James Lafayette Determine what property James Boswell owns in Lafayette County 01-21-1865 F1233
Boswell, James W. Lafayette Lengthy question and answer statement regarding Boswell's whereabouts 07-25-1864 F1233
Boswell, M.; Hill, E. F. Lafayette Lexington Letter from Lt. J. M. Gavin reporting that he has investigated the case of Boswell. He is forwarding the papers in the case. Notes he has found that the name E. F. Hill is correct. 09-14-1864 F1621 0057 11557
Bounds, ? Lafayette Lexington Statement that a horse has been turned over to O. W. Owing with receipts F1142
Bowles, Ned; Corder, Jno Lafayette Recruiting Station: Sedalia F1896.7 79
Bowlyn, William; Chrisman, Joseph Lafayette Recruiting Station: Lexington F1895.3 175
Bowman, Abraham; Windser, Arnold T. Lafayette Recruiting Station: Lexington F1895.3 101
Bowman, Benjamine; Parker, Milton Lafayette Recruiting Station: Kansas City F1894.8 8
Brandan, Charles Lafayette Lexington $1000 bond to sell liquor 08-06-1862 F1139

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