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Name County City Subject Date Reel Number Frame Number File Number
Abbott, W. F. Lawrence Oath of Allegiance 03-23-1865 F1213
Abernathie, [unknown]; Orr, G. A. Lawrence Mt. Vernon Cover letter and abstract of passes issued from June 30, 1863 to July 10, 1863; letter states that persons from Newton and McDonald counties had approached Orr for permits to purchase prohibited items, but he refused based on their reputation 07-10-1863 F1600 0503 5684
Allen, John D.; Whaley, Thomas R. Lawrence Mt. Vernon Letter declining appointment to commission ordered by General Order No. 3. Recommended Whaley as alternate to commission. 07-18-1862 F1586 0593 1685
Allen, Thomas Lawrence Bond; arrested on charge of larceny 03-18-1864 F1462
Allen, Thomas Lawrence Parole 03-18-1864 F1462
Allen, Thomas Lawrence United States vs. Allen; charged with robbery. Allen accused of robbing, with the help of James Sexton, Mrs. Lee, Mrs. Hartley, Mrs. King, and Mrs. Swan from Newton and Lawrence counties. 03-15-1864 F1462
Anderson, Joseph Lawrence Notice of service of subpoena 03-20-1864 F1609 0329 8498
Atchley, Lydia; Hamilton, William; Westfall, C.; Clayton, M.; Wooten, H.; White, S. D.; Wilson, Alfred; Young, Joseph; Bingerman, John; Rinker, G.; Sloan, John; Riggs, Mrs.; and others Lawrence Mount Vernon List of permits issued. 112 names. 05-31-1864 F1614 0505 9787
Baldridge, Charles W. Lawrence Bond, $1000, arrested for disloyalty, securities William G. Fisher, Robert Densen, William Baldridge, Crawford G. Rodgers, S. G. Walker, sworn in Pilot Knob, Missouri 10-23-1863 F1222
Baldridge, Charles W. Lawrence Oath of Allegiance, physical description included, witness S. S. Vansickel, Co. K, 3rd Cavalry, M.S.M., sworn in Pilot Knob, Missouri 10-23-1863 F1222
Baldridge, William Lawrence Bond, $1000, arrested for disloyalty, securities F. W. Baldridge, Robert Venson, S. G. Walker, Crawford G. Rodgers, and William G. Fisher, sworn in Pilot Knob, Missouri 10-23-1863 F1222
Baldridge, William Lawrence Oath of allegiance, physical description included, witness S. S. Vansickel, sworn at Pilot Knob, Missouri 10-23-1863 F1222
Beck, Reddick D.; Pratt, Thomas R.; Hutchison, Wiley B.; Galemore, Sal; Ragan, Washington; Moser, Benjamin; Owens, William H.; Casey, Milton; Smith, Marcus L.; Kelly, Thomas; Carter, James G. L.; Smith, Isaac M.; Lewellyn, Jonathan R.; etal Lawrence List of 23 Union men of Missouri paroled by Confederates at Little Rock, Arkansas; gives name and place of residence; men are from Newton, Wright [noted as White], McDonald [noted as McDonell], Jasper, Lawrence, and St. Clair counties; see also file 3188 11-26-1862 F1590 0227 2865
Bingham, Victor Lawrence Affidavit saying Joseph Luney robbed his mother of her wagon. 11/20/1863 F1465
Black, William Lawrence Parole of William Black 02/10/1863 F1138
Black, William Lawrence Surety bond of $1000 02/10/1863 F1138
Blood, J. H. Lawrence Mt. Vernon List of witnesses of the Mt. Vernon and Pisgah areas who will testify against area rebels ??-??-1862 F1659 0781 21937
Blood, J. H. Lawrence Mt. Vernon Report that he arrested Adam Vivian, a wild Dutch secessionist who has fed rebels going to Price's army, his place being a known rendezvous to all rebels coming from the north ??-??-1862 F1659 0779 21937
Blood, J. H. Lawrence Mt. Vernon Report that he arrested Albert Johnson, a violent secessionist, for giving aid and comfort to the rebels ??-??-1862 F1659 0778 21937
Blood, J. H. Lawrence Mt. Vernon Report that he arrested Andy Cole of near Pisgah, that he is hasty, impulsive, and easily persuaded by rebel leaders, and is said to be of the same class as the Jones of Pisgah, with whom he is on intimate terms ??-??-1862 F1659 0780 21937
Blood, J. H. Lawrence Mt. Vernon Report that he arrested Charles W. Cassady, a rabid secessionist who was involved in the Boonville Battle ??-??-1862 F1659 0778 21937
Blood, J. H. Lawrence Mt. Vernon Report that he arrested David A. Jones of Pisgah, claiming that he violated the oath he took at Cole Camp Creek and is regarded as a dangerous man by the Unionists ??-??-1862 F1659 0777 21937
Blood, J. H. Lawrence Mt. Vernon Report that he arrested Edwin H. Smith for being in the Battle of Boonville and a leader to the rebels ??-??-1862 F1659 0778 21937
Blood, J. H. Lawrence Mt. Vernon Report that he arrested Green Clay, an unscrupulous secessionist and rebel leader, engaged in recruiting and drilling rebels, who contributed horses and mules and helped his sons go into the rebel army ??-??-1862 F1659 0778 21937
Blood, J. H. Lawrence Mt. Vernon Report that he arrested James A. Vivian, a rampant Dutch rebel who violated his oath ??-??-1862 F1659 0779 21937
Blood, J. H. Lawrence Mt. Vernon Report that he arrested James T. Pettigrew, who was at the Battles of Boonville and Lexington and actively assisted recruits in crossing the Missouri River and piloting them safely across the Pacific Railroad and southward ??-??-1862 F1659 0779 21937
Blood, J. H. Lawrence Mt. Vernon Report that he arrested James T. Renfrew for giving supplies to the enemy from his flour mill ??-??-1862 F1659 0777 21937
Blood, J. H. Lawrence Mt. Vernon Report that he arrested John A. Pettigrew, who was at the Battles of Boonville and Lexington and has been actively recruiting for Price's army ??-??-1862 F1659 0779 21937
Blood, J. H. Lawrence Mt. Vernon Report that he arrested John A. Smith , an ignorant Dutch secessionist who repaired and made shoes and boots for the rebels and is supposedly a sort of quartermaster, discovered from a paper found by Lieut. Rhomberg, Co. B, 6th Missouri ??-??-1862 F1659 0779 21937
Blood, J. H. Lawrence Mt. Vernon Report that he arrested John J. Smith of Pisgah who violated his oath and is considered a sneak and dangerous man ??-??-1862 F1659 0778 21937
Blood, J. H. Lawrence Mt. Vernon Report that he arrested John More, a violent secessionist and influential man ??-??-1862 F1659 0779 21937
Blood, J. H. Lawrence Mt. Vernon Report that he arrested John S. Jones of Pisgah, who took revenge on those he thought reported him after he took the oath, and is an unscrupulous leader of the rebel party ??-??-1862 F1659 0777 21937
Blood, J. H. Lawrence Mt. Vernon Report that he arrested John Wesley Finney for harboring and feeding rebels and assisting his sons to go into the rebel army ??-??-1862 F1659 0778 21937
Blood, J. H. Lawrence Mt. Vernon Report that he arrested Joseph Hickham for ferrying rebels across the Missouri River ??-??-1862 F1659 0778 21937
Blood, J. H. Lawrence Mt. Vernon Report that he arrested Merlon Bruce of Moniteau County for being a private and officer in the Confederate army ??-??-1862 F1659 0779 21937
Blood, J. H. Lawrence Mt. Vernon Report that he arrested Michael Copp of Gouch's mill, a violent secessionist who claimed he would help hang all of the Union party, and who ran away and hid in a smokehouse when they came to arrest him ??-??-1862 F1659 0778 21937
Blood, J. H. Lawrence Mt. Vernon Report that he arrested Milton Stevens, a prominent secession leader contributing stock and others means to aid the rebels, as well as feeding rebels and recruits and proclaiming all Lincolnites should be shot like pigs ??-??-1862 F1659 0777 21937
Blood, J. H. Lawrence Mt. Vernon Report that he arrested Right Lane, a violent secessionist, for giving aid and comfort to the rebels ??-??-1862 F1659 0779 21937
Blood, J. H. Lawrence Mt. Vernon Report that he arrested Robert S. More, a violent secessionist who has great influence on his neighbors and has been active in aiding the rebels ??-??-1862 F1659 0781 21937
Blood, J. H. Lawrence Mt. Vernon Report that he arrested Thomas Pate, a rampant, unreasonable rebel and dangerous man ??-??-1862 F1659 0779 21937
Blood, J. H. Lawrence Mt. Vernon Report that he arrested William Brady for helping recruits cross the Missouri River from the north side and generally doing all he could for them ??-??-1862 F1659 0778 21937
Bobb, Joseph Lawrence Letter regarding a bond and parole of J. Bobb 05/20/1862 F1184
Bobbitt, Martin Lawrence Mount Vernon Letter to Colonel Mills about parole conditions of Bobbitt 05/20/1862 F1184
Bobo, Mary; Cupp, Annie; Cupp, A. Lawrence Mt. Vernon List of oaths issued for month of August 1864; gives date, number, name, age, physical description, and county of residence; persons from Lawrence, Barry, and Jasper counties 08-??-1864 F1656 0289 20809
Bobo, W. W. Lawrence Loyalty Oath 02/04/1863 F1184
Bonham, Q. Jr. ? Lawrence Mount Vernon Report that he found A. N. Benson on a road without a horse claiming to be from Texas and passed through Union and Rebel lines; arrested for being a spy 06-20-1862 F1230
Bowers, George F.; Boyd, Josiah P.; Chapman, C.; Oliver, E.; Colley, Gibson; Swindle, W. J.; Brown, Sanford; Jones, C. D.; Downing, Robert; Buck, Thomas; Sparks, Joseph; Fishburn, Peter; Motley, John; and others Lawrence Mount Vernon Citizens' petition for a permanent military post at Bower's Mill. 136 names. 01-19-1865 F1629 0039 13984
Bowers, George F.; Philips, [unknown]; Tipton, Reuben; Woodcock, R. S. Lawrence Mt. Vernon Letter complaining that Missouri State Militia took corn and oats from Bower's Mill, that the soldiers took oats, corn and hogs from several people, that they deliberately destroyed a family's garden, and that they tried to force people to work for them 08-04-1863 F1601 0580 6095
Bowles, Edmond Lawrence Mt. Vernon Former rebel took oath and gave bond; wants three horses returned 05-12-1862 F1233
Boyd, Tabitha; McCune, H.; McCune, Thomas; King, Robert; Hazler, John; McAndrew, Joseph; Irwin, Benjamin; Guinn, Christopher; Bottom, Martin; Williams, Green; Conley, John; Wilder, John; Barnett, D.; Berry, George; Gotcher, Jessee; Charles, Jasper Lawrence County Board report assessing $7,500.00 as a penalty for killing James Colley and wounding Price Anderson on August 16. Board appointed under General Order No. 3. 09-10-1862 F1587 0152 1874
Bradley, Joseph H.; Newman, William; Burton, E. L.; Williams, N.; Hood, David; Medlin, E. W.; Gibson, James; White, George; Davis, George; Carter, John; and others Lawrence Mt. Vernon Report of permits issued; gives date, permit number, to whom issued, person or firm permitted, articles, and quantity; mostly whisky, salt and quinine; poor image on microfilm, largely illegible 06-10-1863 F1599 0609 5454
Brittan, Fountain E. P. Lawrence Bond of $1,000 07-27-1863 F1283
Britten, George W. Lawrence Bond of $1,000 07-29-1863 F1283
Bulgin, William G. Lawrence Mt. Vernon Letter to Capt. J. T. Hubbard enclosing a letter from the sheriff of Sangamon County, Illinois addressed to Capt. Bowers concerning David Stewart, a thief and murderer, having killed the brother of Capt. Worley, 14th M.S.M. 03-22-1865 F1269
Burteen, Samuel M. Lawrence Order to release Burteen from custody upon taking Oath of Allegiance and bond ($1,000) ? F1289
Burton, Samuel M. Lawrence Oath of Allegiance 10-28-1862 F1289
Burton, Samuel M. Lawrence States he was arrested; has never taken the oath; is a southern man; now willing to take the oath, go home and discharge the duties of a loyal citizen 09-26-1862 F1289
Cates, R. G.; Crouch, Burton; Gibson, David; Johnson, T. F. Lawrence Mt. Vernon Abstract of passes issued from June 30, 1863 to July 10, 1863; gives date of pass, number, to whom issued, destination, time length, and remarks (purpose of travel) 07-10-1863 F1600 0495 5682
Chaney, John C. Lawrence Oath of Allegiance 10-28-1862 F1236
Childress, Henry, Sheriff Lawrence Mt. Vernon Letter stating charges against Charles F. Baker 03-18-1864 F1221
Clarke, Lafayette Lawrence Statement of how he was arrested for pressing a neighbor's horse at time of Brown's retreat from Mt. Vernon 09-23-1862 F1238
Colley, Richard P. Lawrence Oath N. D. F1467
Cox, Jonathan Lawrence Oath 03-03-1862 F1242
Crawford, Moses L. Lawrence Oath; taken at Pilot Knob 02-10-1864 F1243
Curry, S. E.; Bradley, J. H.; Hill, P. J.; Smith, Alexander; Davis, Shipman; Whaley, Seth M.; Stotts, Joseph; Pigg, Paul; and others Lawrence Mt. Vernon Report of passes issued; gives date, pass number, to whom issued, destination, length of time, and remarks 06-10-1863 F1599 0616 5466
Darrow, Mary Lawrence Mount Vernon Letter from John Goldston that enclosed are copies of oaths issued by him in the last month. Names of Darrow and May Wells and their physical descriptions are on the list that follows. 06-06-1864 F1295
Davis, Hardin H. Lawrence Mount Vernon Statement of Davis that his wife was shot and murdered by a Dr. Miller of Lawrence Co. Miller was part of a company led by Joseph C. Price. N. D. F1296
Davis, Samuel; Smith, Randolph; Waller, [unknown]; Crisman, Abner; White, T.; Runnels, John W.; Downing, Marian; Welman, B.; Starrett, Robert; Trimble, J. S.; Shoults, Philip; Hudson, J. H.; Davis, George; Samuels, Thomas; Seymore, R. W.; and others Lawrence Mt. Vernon Long list of passes issued at Mt. Vernon; gives date, permit number, to whom issued, person or firm permitted, articles, and quantity 06-30-1863 F1598 0187 5105
Davis, Samuel; Smith, Randolph; Waller, [unknown]; Crisman, Abner; White; T.; Runnels, John W.; Downing, Marian; Welman, B.; Starrett, Robert; Trimble, J. S.; Shoults, Philip; Hudson, J. H.; Davis, George; Samuels, Thomas; Seymore, R. W.; and others Lawrence Mt. Vernon Long list of passes issued at Mt. Vernon; gives date, permit number, to whom issued, person of firm permitted, articles, and quantity 06-30-1863 F1598 0182 5104
Davis, T. W. Lawrence Mount Vernon Statement of G. W. Burbrook regarding Davis' claim for a filly. States the filly resembles Davis' stock of horses, but he cannot be positive that it belongs to Davis. 10-16-1864 F1297
Davis, Timothy W. Lawrence Mount Vernon Letter from Davis that he lost a three year old filly and found her in the possession of Charly Mitchel of Company H, M.S.M. 11-15-1864 F1297
Duncan, W. T.; Duncan, William; Wayman, Thomas; Giles, M. M.; Duncan, W. S.; Dilbird, John K.; Norris, Thomas; Duncan, John W.; Duncan, James; Hurd, Joel W.; Wilson, Tanes W.; Norris, Carrie; Redding, V. G.; Lessbre, William; Llawson, Joseph; Lessbre, J. Lawrence Bowers Mill Oath of Allegiance ??-??-186? F1659 0873 21963
Fike, James Lawrence Oath of allegiance 08-16-1862 F1317
Fitzgerald, John Lawrence Mount Vernon Letter from John M. Richardson, sending statement of Fitzgerald. States Fitzgerald is half owner of Newtonia Steam Mill and "must have known he was aiding the Confederate Army." Statement follows. 05-12-1862 F1318
Freeman, [unknown]; Stacy, [unknown]; Thornhill, [unknown]; Carr, Rolly; Black, John; Black, Robert; Caris, Robert; Horth, [unknown] Lawrence Letter regarding varied events in Lawrence County, some of unclear association; soldiers from Cassville found body of Mr. Horth hanging in the woods between Gadfly and Jollification 04-12-1862 F1584 0838 1006

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