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Name County City Subject Date Reel Number Frame Number File Number
Adams, Rodham L. Lewis Oath of Allegiance 11-11-1863 F1214
Afer, Samuel M.; Bohon, James W.; Fowler, Joseph Lewis General Order No. 2, Special Order No. 18 appointing members to committees. 10-27-1862 F1589 0602 2573
Akers, Henton K. Lewis Oath of loyalty 1863/11 F1215
Allen, John K. Lewis Oath 02-27-1862 F1462
Bagby, R. A. Lewis Oath given at Camp Douglas, ILL 03-23-1865 F1463
Baird, Charles Lewis Oath 02-24-186? F1464
Baird, Tyler Lewis Oath 02-24-1862 F1464
Barrett, J. W. Lewis Canton Letter, M. C. Hawkins to Col. Broadhead: Subject, Editor of "Canton Press", was arrested for selling photos of rebel generals. Seems he took the photos in payment for some ads. [same sheet as previous n.d. F1327
Barrett, J. W., Lewis Canton Public meeting 07-02-1864 F1224
Beckett, Hayden B. Lewis Canton Oath of Allegiance 01-12-1862 F1228
Benington, J. S. Lewis Statement that he found a horse and personal property at the home of John Murphy, arrested for concealing goods stolen by his son F1249
Biggs, N. Lewis La Grange Recent events he was involved in 04-22-1863 F1283
Blair, Sophia Lewis Canton Sworn statement about M.C. Hawkins 08-02-1864 F1341
Bland, Mrs. Charles H. Lewis Canton Letter to General S. R. Curtis asking that a rebel prisoner named Vaughn be traded for her husband being held by the rebels 10/25/1862 F1466
Bohen, James W.; Fowler, Joseph; Reading, W. M.; Biggs, Uriah Lewis La Grange Account of committee and clerk for services under Special Order No. 35. 03-21-1863 F1594 0159 3966
Bohon, J. W.; Fowler, J. Lewis La Grange Letter regarding assessment in Lewis County; men on committee were not compensated 07-07-1863 F1600 1126 5857
Bondurant, John Lewis Monticello Rebel prisoner desiring to return home 10/10/1862 F1232
Bourne, James Lewis James L. Sullivan testifies that he saw James Bourne in Porter's raids 06-15-1863 F1233
Bourne, James Lewis La Grange Letter from William Odor that two men named James Bourne were in the guerrilla service. One is now at Camp Douglass and the other is a refugee in IL. Says if confiscation is intended, it will be important to know which Bourne was identified by witnesses 08-21-1863 F1652 0290 19539
Bradshaw, Charles A. Lewis La Grange $1000 bond for aiding enemies 10-13-1862 F1139
Bradshaw, Charles A. Lewis La Grange Oath of Allegiance ??-??-1862 F1139
Brown, H. N. Lewis Canton Statement in the case of John Childers 05-20-1863 F1186
Byers, Annie B. Lewis Monticello Desires the release of her husband 05-16-1860 F1290
Caldwell, Isaac P. Lewis Monticello Oath ??-??-18?? F1291
Caldwell, Isaac P. Lewis Monticello Requests permit to go to Adams Co., IL for business and to take food to family; has filed bond 10-15-1863 F1291
Caldwell, James C.; Hamilton, William P. Lewis Prisoners released from Alton Military Prison on oath and bond. 04-16-1864 F1612 0647 9335
Caldwell, Samuel Lewis Statement that Hanson Stephens claims that men under command of Bill Moore entered the house of John Halley near Monticello and made off with Stephens' gun 05-03-1862 F1337
Cannon, Martin Luther Lewis Oath of allegiance 10-28-1862 F1292
Carnegy, S. W. B. Lewis Canton Letter from Carnegy asking for permission to sell ammunition. States that he is an unconditional Union man. 08-30-1864 F1293
Carnegy, S. W. B. Lewis Canton Letter from Carnegy to General Fisk thanking him for the permit and the kind expressions. Says the kind words will be "cherished in gratitude." 09-14-1864 F1293
Carney, Robinson Lewis Monticello Confession of Carney. States he is from Scotland County and served in Green's army for 6 months; was in Platte County for a time. Arrested on way home; never took oath; never was a guerrilla. 10-28-1862 F1293
Carns, B. F.; Craig, John; Craig, Andrew Lewis Cover sheet for the statement by Carns regarding the case of John Craig 12-27-1864 F1657 1151 21385
Carns, B. F.; Craig, John; Craig, Andrew Lewis Statement by Pvt. Carns, guard assigned to Andrew Craig; threatened by John Craig with a cocked revolver that if he "moved a muscle or attempted to draw a revolver was a dead man", Andrew fled to the river 12-16-1864 F1657 1152 21385
Carothers, C. H. Lewis Canton Statement in the case of John Childers 05-21-1863 F1186
Casen, John H. Lewis Canton Special Order giving permission to Casen to return to his home in Lewis County upon taking the oath of allegiance and giving bond. 12-20-1863 F1140
Childing, B. F. Lewis Canton Partner in the firm B. F. Childing and Company, statement that they bought a horse from John Murphy, but didn't know it was stolen F1249
Clements, Thomas Lewis Statement of Hezekiah Shults re: Clements' championing of killing Union soldiers and citizens ??-??-18?? F1239
Clifton, Milton Lewis On 07-12-1862 Col. Rolf Smith and men took mare, saddle and spurs; 03-10-1862 William Moore and party including Claboe took horses, guns, saddles and halters; description of gray mare 07-24-1862 F1239
Colbert, R. W. Lewis Canton Statement in the case of John Childers 05-20-1863 F1186
Daggs, Hezekiah Lewis Note on the petition for George B. McGlassen, stating that Daggs is the son of General or George Daggs of Lewis County ??-??-186? F1369
Darrah, James A. Lewis Oath of allegiance. Notes that he is a resident of Marion County, MO. 04-22-1864 F1295
Davidson, A. H. Lewis Letter difficult to decipher. Notes that Adam Nesbit's wife kept a cow in his meadow; made her remove it. Since then, his cow has wandered off and returned with injuries (scalded and with cuts). N. D. F1295
Davidson, A. H. Lewis Canton Statement of Caroline Davidson, wife of A. H., that men came to her home and wanted her husband's guns. When her husband refused, they threatened to shoot; told her to leave the home. 04-08-1862 F1295
Davidson, A. H. Lewis Canton Statement of Davidson - men commanded by William A Marks came to his home demanding his guns. Davidson refused. Story details the involvement of Davidson's wife, Caroline, in the event. 04-08-1862 F1295
Davis, Henderson Lewis Statement of J. W. Bass that he heard Davis say his brother Frank was recruiting for the rebel army in Randolph County. Davis said he didn't need to tell the authorities because all knew of it. 07-25-1864 F1296
Davis, Henderson Lewis Statement of John Lloyd that he heard Davis say that his brother, Frank Davis, had 120 men recruiting for the Confederacy. Said Frank was in Randolph County on his 7th recruiting trip. 07-25-1864 F1296
Davis, Henderson Lewis Statement of M C. Thacker that he spoke with Davis in St. Louis. Davis said his brother, Frank Davis, was recruiting for the Confederate Army in Monroe County. Thinks Davis has Southern sympathies. 07-25-1864 F1296
Davis, Henderson Lewis Statement of Robert W. Nelson that he spoke with Davis. Davis said his brother Frank was recruiting for the Confederate Army in Randolph County. Nelson thinks Davis supports his brother. 07-25-1864 F1296
Davis, Thomas Lewis Statement of John Davis that rebels took a brown horse from him that belonged to his father, Thomas Davis. 09-23-1862 F1297
Davis, William Lewis Statement of Harrison Terper, former slave of Dr. Banks. States Davis told a rebel he (Davis) could provide good horses; were taken from William Bohon. No county; other records from Lewis/Marion. N. D. F1297
Davis, William Lewis Statement of Ned Hall (noted as black) that he heard Davis tell rebels he knew where to get good horses. Next day Hall saw rebels with Bohon's horses. No county; other records from Lewis/Marion. 02-16-1865 F1297
Davis, William Lewis La Grange Statement of James C. Fowler that he was in the camp of Martin Green, then under General Price. Regarding horses and a man named William Bohon. Record located within William Davis file. N. D. F1297
Davis, William Lewis La Grange Statement of William Bohon that in 1861 three horses were stolen from him and taken to Green's Camp of rebels. Record located within William Davis file. 02-18-1865 F1297
Davis, William E. Lewis List of oaths and bonds taken. Davis is the only name on the list. 04-15-1865 F1297
Davis, William E. Lewis Oath of allegiance and physical description. 04-03-1865 F1297
Davis, William E. Lewis La Grange Letter from N. J. Lewis that evidence is being sent regarding theft of William Bohon's horses. Says Davis is on parole and under bond of $1000. Notes that Joseph Shumate is Davis' father-in-law. 02-21-1865 F1297
Dodge, James W. Lewis Examination 03-26-1863 F1302
Dodge, James W. Lewis His mother's house burned, leaving her destitute with three children F1302
Dodge, James W. Lewis Involvement with Confederates 10-29-1862 F1302
Dodge, James W. Lewis Statement about involvement with Confederates 03-26-1863 F1302
Dodge, James W. Lewis Voluntary statement of prisoner 03-20-1863 F1302
Dubois, Toussan E. Lewis Release from prison, 07-09-18?? F1306
Dunlap, L. W. Lewis La Grange Oath of Allegiance, Pastor of the Presbyterian Church 04-07-1864 F1188
Dunlap, William Lewis Monticello Letter stating that he could not report as requested due to being kicked by a mule 06-02-186? F1188
Dunning, George Lewis Highland Township Statement that 43 rebels surrounded his house and tried to burn it down. They took a gun and several horses. Witnesses Bill Beckett, David Long, Dora Flecher, and Joe Brown, all of Finley Prairie 07-23-1862 F1307
Durke, Henry J. Lewis Canton Letter from A. Reese stating that he has known Durke for many years and has always found him to be a peaceful, law abiding citizen. To his knowledge Durke has never participated in the rebellion. Two MO documents follow, but are illegible. 10-06-1863 F1603 0864 6850
Eagan, John M. Lewis Bill due from government for oats, hay, ropes, storage and drayage of military supplies 08-??-1863 F1309
Edlen, John V. Lewis Statement: age 46; was arrested at home, charged with feeding rebels; son James, who's been riding around neighborhood for weeks since he left home, with William Butler and an unknown man; not armed 10-18-1862 F1310
Eichting, Abraim Lewis Canton Statement that he bought a horse from John Murphy for $30, but later discovered the horse was a wind sucker and only paid $15 F1249
Eichting, Abraim Lewis Canton Statement that while purchasing a horse from John Murphy, he spoke with his partners Childing and Laughlin about the horse being stolen F1249
Ellis, William Lewis Canton John Childers was away during the bushwhacking for which he was arrested 07-24-1863 F1186
Ellison, James Lewis Canton A Union man's house was shot into; intends to hold court every where to restore order if afforded protection; militia gone but when there they had no discretion or organization--nothing but the name 04-04-1862 F1311
Ellison, James Lewis Canton Ellison, circuit judge of Lewis, Clark, Knox, Scott and Adair Counties, asking protection for the court; wants restoration of order and law by the courts; marauders taking guns and horses 04-03-1862 F1311
Ellison, James Lewis Canton Recommendation of Ellison as an unconditional Union man by J. B. Henderson, Louisiana 05-2?-1862 F1311
Farmer, Anthony Lewis LaGrange Seeks extension of his bounds so that he can work on the St. Louis Quincy and Keokuk packet boats 02-25-1864 F1314

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