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[unknown], Abraham; [unknown]; Hannah; [unknown], Arrabel; unknown], Harrison; [unknown], Tommy; [unknown], Abey; [unknown], Amelia; [unknown], Patsey; [unknown], Jimmey; McCormick, Thomas Macon Letter reporting obeyance of General Order 35, issued [freedom certificates?] to Negro family; physical description of persons included; had belonged to McCormick of Macon County; notes great opposition in area to the order 01-22-1863 F1592 0821 3596
Acker, R. R.; Davis, John; Sneede, T. L.; Stevens, A. E.; Miles, J.; Blackwell, S. F.; Pilkington, R.; and others Macon Macon Letter from conductor regarding the capture of a train on the North Missouri Railroad; references to Centralia and Sturgeon 09-09-1864 F1656 0432 20836
Allen, Richard R. Macon Regarding a horse claimed by Allen. The horse was branded with U. S. Documents contain witness testimony regarding the identification and ownership of horse. 11-23-1863 F1462
Anderson, Bartlet Macon Macon City Statement that Anderson was to be released from prison if he signed oath. He objected to terminology in oath and took it to study; decided later he would sign but told he would be moved to St. Louis. 03-06-1863 F1217
Anderson, Charles Macon Macon Statement of Anderson, 21 year old farmer. His horse left his pasture, ended up at Sturgeon and became part of government corral. Claims to be unconditional Union man who served 3 years in infantry 06-26-1865 F1217
Armstrong, A. I. Macon Macon City Parole oath, commitment to return with security bond 06-20-1863 F1218
Atterbury, Charles Macon Macon Cover for file; Atterbury requests extension of his bond so he may move to Illinoise; statement of Col. Gilstrap 05-12-1864 F1220
Atterbury, Charles Macon Macon Letter from Asst. Provost Marshal Jeff Mayhall regarding reasons Atterbury wants to relocate--trouble over a woman ??-16-1864 F1220
Baalis, McPherson Macon Macon Request to extend limits of travel to Federal lines in order to visit children in Iowa and Illinois 11-11-1864 F1463
Bagwell, Macon Woodville Parole report 07-20-1863 F1463
Bagwell, Augusta M. Macon Woodville File cover notation: Reports herself as no subjugated rebel 07-04-1863 F1463
Bagwell, Augusta M. Macon Woodville Parole report 06-21-1863 F1463
Bagwell, Augusta M. Macon Woodville Parole report of location 07-13-1863 F1463
Bagwell, Augusta M. Macon Woodville Parole report of location 07-27-1863 F1463
Bagwell, Augusta M. and Zaidee J. Macon Woodville File cover notation: Report as per parole (illegible document) 06-29-1863 F1463
Bagwell, Augusta M. and Zaidee J. Macon Woodville Parole report of location 08-03-1863 F1463
Bagwell, James H. Macon Macon File cover notation: Bagwell one of the biggest scroundels in the state 03-31-1863 F1463
Bagwell, James H. Macon Macon Letter from E. T. Phelps regarding Bagwell's disloyalty and assistance to rebels 04-01-1863 F1463
Bagwell, James H. Macon Macon Order to send Bagwell, a St. Louis prisoner, to the office under guard 08-20-1862 F1463
Bagwell, James H. Macon Macon Regarding the shooting of a Union soldier 04-01-1863 F1463
Bagwell, James H. Macon Macon Statement from 5 citizens of Macon that rebel flags were flown by Bagwell at his home and store and that he shot a Union soldier, who died from wounds 04-01-1863 F1463
Bagwell, James H. Macon Macon Statement from many citizens of Macon that Bagwell is a "rank rebel" 03-31-1863 F1463
Bagwell, James H.; Johnson, J.; Sneede, Thomas S. Macon Released on oath and bond. 08-27-1862 F1587 0754 2029
Bagwell, Zaidee J. Macon Woodville Parole report of location 07-27-1863 F1463
Baker, Elisha E. Macon Statement of facts concerning letter he wrote to brother in Rebel Army 02-25-1863 F1221
Baker, John H. Macon College Mound Oath of Allegiance 06-04-1862 F1221
Barnes, Charles Macon Macon Statement that James Baker claimed his horse belonged to W. G. Griffin, given him to ride to join Poindexter and that he traded a filly for it 01-22-1863 F1334
Barnett, E., Juliet Macon Macon City Defense of husband Julius Barnett 03-??-1862 F1224
Barrow, Macon Arrested for corresponding with enemies of the U.S., sent to St. Louis 02-20-1863 F1224
Bartholow, Thomas J. Macon Macon Envelope addressed to Rufus Bath of Philadelphia, with instructions that Col. C. H. Green is to cross the lines and ascertain who wrote the letter in reference, that the letter wasn't mailed in Howard but was written there ??-??-186? F1370
Bartholow, Thomas J. Macon Macon Letter to Col. Broadhead regarding the correspondence of Mrs. Laura McLean of Randolph County to a rebel named Rufus Bath, and he believes Bath has delivered hundreds of rebel letters, and that McLean should be arrested and made an example 07-03-1863 F1370
Bartholow, Thomas J. Macon Macon Report to Gen. Dick that he is forwarding a letter concerning Polk Atterbury and his brother, the letter's author, who are from Randolph County, and went to Illinois to escape military duty, wishes the two arrested and returned to Col. Douglass at Mexico 05-30-1863 F1488
Bartholow, Thomas J. Macon Macon Wrapper for evidence "B" to Col. Broadhead, with the information that the letter in reference was written by Mrs. Laura McLean of Randolph County 07-03-1863 F1370
Bartholow, Thomas J. Macon Macon Wrapper for evidence "C" to Col. Broadhead with information that the letter in reference was written by Mrs. Laura McLean of Randolph County and sent to show her handwriting 07-03-1863 F1370
Bartholow, Thomas J. Macon Macon Wrapper for evidence "D" to Col. Broadhead, that the letter in reference was written by Mrs. Laura McLean of Randolph County to a soldier in the rebel army, that she tried to disguise her handwriting and possibly harbored a rebel named Patton last winter 07-03-1863 F1370
Barthslon(?), Th. J. Macon Macon Enclosed letters are proof of criminal activity 05-21-1863 F1239
Barthslon(?), Th. J. Macon Macon Two enclosed letters 05-26-1863 F1239
Bartlett, R. H. Macon Oath of Allegiance for Pacific Railroad 02-28-1862 F1225
Batten, Elijah; Enoch, C. D.; Todd, J. L.; etc. Macon Macon Citizens of Randolph and Monroe Counties, neighbors of B. T. Cottenham, letter supporting his loyalty 09-15-1864 F1336
Baylus, McPherson aka Mcpherson, Baylus Macon Macon Permission of securities to extended boundaries of his limits 11-11-1864 F1463
Bean, John H. Macon Macon Affidavit identifying a horse stolen by Bill Stephen's gang of bushwhackers 12-09-1864 F1227
Bean, John H.; Day, Calvin; Doyle, Edwin Macon General Order No. 2, Special Order No. 18 appointing members to committees. 10-27-1862 F1589 0602 2573
Bennett, S. M. Macon Macon Parole, to remain within the city of Macon; citizen of Linn County 07-26-1864 F1230
Bentley, Daniel Macon Parole, resident of Chariton County, to remain in Macon 12-14-1863 F1230
Berlet, Christian Macon Macon Statement before Military Commission that he didn't know he was violating Special Order 1 by selling beer to Pvt. Riby, that he can't read English well, didn't understand it when a soldier read it to him, and was unaware of the order 11-17-1863 F1231
Betherum, B. F. Macon Macon Statement that Mr. Atkins, Mr. Lovelady, and Mr. Davis demanded his wife give them his Colt's revolving pistol, number 127919 07-23-1864 F1231
Bishop, William; Capp, M. P.; Carter, John T.; Plank, George; Harris, G. W.; Knight, George; Skinner, Ephraim; Word, William Macon Macon Petition for the release from death for D. H. Barcas and instead put forth the sentence of banishment from the state 11-10-1862 F1223
Biswell, J. H.; Marmaduke, A. J.; Marmaduke, W. D.; Towner, George S.; Smoot, Humphrey; Thompson, [unknown] Macon Macon Testimony in court case heard in Macon against Biswell and others unnamed; apparently a case regarding a wagonload of gunpowder taken from Glasgow to Bloomington 06-12-1862 F1585 0772 1285
Black, Robert Macon Macon City Thomas J. Turo statement that he knows of no disloyal acts, but believes Black sympathizer 03/08/1865 F1138
Bond, Benson Macon Macon City Letter from Dr. Bond protesting his innocence 01/27/1865 F1232
Boss, Geo. Macon Macon If Boss cannot be reached by telegraph, send messenger as he is important witness 02-27-186? F1233
Botts, John P Macon Macon Form stating Botts violated the conditions of his bond 11-26-1863 F1233
Boules, Mary E Macon Macon Prisoners List form 01-04-1864 F1233
Bowles, Mary E. Macon Macon Receipt for prisoner 01-03-1865 F1233
Bowman, Shelton Macon Macon Telegram directs that Bowman be released on oath and bond of $5,000 11-27-1864 F1233
Bowman, Shelton Macon Macon Telegram stating Bowman will be turned over to Capt. Fowler 11-25-1864 F1233
Brandt, F. T. Macon Macon Illegible 06-22-1862 F1153
Brown, G. M. Macon Macon City Complains of the conduct of men under the command Lt. Ford 06-19-1865 F1285
Brown, J. W. Macon Macon General Order 86, charging N. B. Lewis of Platte County with being a guerrilla, robbing David Davis and William Shabuck, killing an unnamed Negro man belonging to Ken Killer in Platte County, guilty 04-06-1865 F1362
Brown, James Macon Macon Statement that James Baker told him he traded horses with W. G. Griffin so he could join the Confederate Army, got the horse from Mrs. Lee, a daughter of Griffin 02-11-1863 F1334
Brown, William; Twyman, Frank H. B.; Elkins, Milton etal Macon Macon Roll of prisoners forwarded from Macon to St. Louis. Nine total names on list - only able to decipher three names. 01-17-1865 F1652 1242 19680
Bull, Robert Macon Claim for the cost of a gun that was taken from him 02-06-1863 F1288
Bunch, James M. Macon Macon Personal letter to his sister, Elizabeth Newcomer, used as evidence in her case 10-08-1863 F1204
Bunch, Joseph Macon Bunch is concerned about the motives of man named Williams who spent some time at his house 07-03-1864 F1288
Bunister, William Macon Macon Bunister states he is in Macon and expects to remain there until his parole 04-23-1864 F1288
Bunister, William Macon Macon Letter enclosing parole 04-22-1864 F1288
Bunister, William Macon Macon Parole 04-20-1864 F1288
Bunister, William Macon Macon Statement by R.J. Eberman regarding compounding felony charges against Bunister ? F1288
Burch, Thomas; Burch, Demetrius; Ross, C. P.; Wright, Silas; Wilks, T. W.; Brown, J. W.; Skinner, R. W.; Lewis, Absalom Macon Macon Testimony in court case against the Burches, Ross, Wright, Wilks, and Brown; burning of Chariton Bridge 06-01-1862 F1585 0769 1284
Burns, Thomas J. Macon Oath of Allegiance 06-07-1862 F1289
Burr, A. G. Macon Macon Letter to Lieut. Waite that Mr. Shafer is a loyal Dutchman who had a mare stolen by the enemy, and he believes he has the horse, and if Waite will issue a special order, he will return the horse 03-29-1865 F1488
Burton, John Macon Macon A.J. Harding returns papers in case of John Burton with request that he be reexamined and any additional facts be attached 12-05-1864 F1289
Burton, John Macon Macon Statement of Sgt. John C. Cook who arrested Burton after he left Macon under suspicious circumstances; Burton acknowledged he was meeting group to establish passwords, etc. for robbery business 07-18-1864 F1289
Burton, John Macon Macon States he was arrested and told that Asa Combs said he was going bushwhacking; further states he was threatened if he would not reveal who was going with him; made affidavit after that 12-10-1864 F1289
Caldwell, William P. C., Rev. Macon Statement from Horace Sparrow that Caldwell supported southern independence; Sparrow's brother left Rebel army and took oath 07-06-1864 F1291

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