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Name County City Subject Date Reel Number Frame Number File Number
Adams, David Madison Fredericktown Sworn statement about Martin G. Foster 01-09-1864 F1321
Adkinson, John Madison Oath of Loyalty 1864/02 F1215
Alexander, John O. Madison Sworn statement 10-25-1862 F1195
Allen, Jesse Madison Oath 10-01-1863 F1462
Alred, Richard Madison Bond 01-??-1864 F1216
Alred, Richard Madison Oath 01-27-1864 F1216
Anthony, Richard M. Madison Bond ??-??-1862 F1137
Anthony, Richard M. Madison Oath 06-07-1862 F1137
Anthony, William B. Madison Bond ??-??-1862 F1137
Anthony, William B. Madison Note not completely legible. States Anthony has given oath and bond and is granted permission to visit [illegible] and also Cape Girardeau. ??-07-1862 F1137
Anthony, William B. Madison Oath ??-??-1862 F1137
Aubuchon, Napoleon Madison Regarding arrest of son; was with State troops taking property and paying in state scrip; charges against him in St. Louis Democrat; accused of stripping and whipping civilian woman; Louis V. Bogy 08-30-1861 F1220
Balduke, Lewis Madison St. Michael Township A free man of color, statement that he never saw Mary Jayne Duncan give aid of any kind to rebel guerrillas or threaten anyone 03-21-1865 F1188
Ballard, James; Henry, J. W.; Taylor, E. B.; McPheeters, C.; McPheeters, A.; Redd. Thomas; Schofield, William H.; Schofield, M.; Shackelford, Samuel; Briscoe, Stephen; Johnson, James; Humphree, J.; Leflet, Robert Madison Alton Copy of the order from Secretary of War on the release of certain prisoners who are said to be from Missouri. 04-08-1863 F1595 0215 4284
Batite, Henry Madison St. Michael Township Statement that he never saw Mary Jayne Duncan, arrested for feeding and harboring bushwhackers and guerrillas, do either 03-21-1865 F1188
Beal, J. W.; Cayce, [unknown]; Covington, [unknown]; Clardy, [unknown]; Bell, J. N. Madison Pilot Knob Complaints made from Farmington that escaped slaves were harbored by commanding officer Col. Bell at Pilot Knob 04-04-1862 F1584 0674 964
Bean, Wilson Madison Fredericktown Discharge of Wilson Bean signed by Brig. Gen.. J.W. Davidson 12/07/1863 F1184
Bean, Wilson Madison Fredericktown Envelope Addressed to Maj. Gen.. John Schofield 12/07/1863 F1184
Bean, Wilson Madison Fredericktown Letters from Bean to Maj. Gen.. Schofield regarding payment for food taken from his farm by two units camped there. Bean refers to his service in 6th Missouri Cavalry 07/13/1863 F1184
Beave, Henry Madison Bond, $500; arrested for deserting the Rebel Army 10-23-1863 F1228
Beave, Henry Madison Oath of Allegiance 10-23-1863 F1228
Beckett, James A. Madison Oath of Allegiance 02-02-1862 F1228
Bergen, James Madison Alton Letter to a friend asking for help getting out of Alton prison as his other two companions arrested under similar circumstances have either been released or will be, John Sherman going to St. Louis 10-26-1862 F1231
Betts, William J. S. Madison Alton Letter to Gen. Halleck in St. Louis regarding privates of the 52nd Volunteers on their return from quartering the rebels taken at Fort Donelson who stole $10 worth of liquor from him, and their commanding colonel wouldn't pay the bill 03-05-1862 F1231
Blankenship, Elisha Madison $2,000 Bond. Arrested on charges of being a rebel 09/24/1863 F1466
Blankenship, Elisha Madison Oath of Allegiance sworn at Pilot Knob, Iron County 09/24/1863 F1466
Blankenship, Enoch H. Madison $500 Bond. Arrested on charges of disloyalty 11/02/1863 F1466
Blankenship, Enoch H. Madison Oath of Allegiance sworn at Pilot Knob, Iron County, witnessed by S. S. Van Sickel, Co. K 3rd M.S.M. 11/02/1863 F1466
Blankenship, Jackson Madison $500 Bond. Arrested for disloyalty. Attested to by Capt. P. F. Lonergan 10/31/1864 F1466
Bradfield, Thomas Madison Logan Township $1000 bond for disloyal language 08-28-1862 F1139
Bradfield, Thomas Madison Logan Township Promise to report within twenty days or file a $1000 bond 08-19-1862 F1139
Bradley, H. M. Madison Fredericktown Enclosed affidavits in the case of Martin G. Foster 01-09-1864 F1321
Bradley, James W. Madison Fredericktown Affidavit for Mr. Shoulty as a honest Union man who desires permission to bring beer to town 10-15-1863 F1259 13
Bradley, James W. Madison Fredericktown Report that he was absent when he received orders from Col. Broadhead regarding John Shultz, and Lieut. Shaddock searched for him in vain, believes Schultz is going to St. Louis to report, if not will arrest him at Pilot Knob 10-12-1863 F1260 B 182
Bray, Andrew; Duncan, James; Duncan, Mary J.; Bray, William; Wernecke, William; Buford, Susan; Cook, John B. E.; Buford, Christopher; Degaire, Ellen; Sparkman, Daniel; Pope, Michael; Duncan, Elizabeth; Atterbury, Nancy W.; Dougherty, Lewis; and others Madison Fredericktown Statements regarding robberies, persons aiding guerrillas, and the disloyalty of Mary Duncan; reference to Capt. McClanahan being ordered to Cape Girardeau; intermixed is a letter re: the Doughertys, asking for revocation of banishment from Missouri 03-01-1865 F1634 0814 15614
Broadhead, John; Shimier, John Madison Alton, Illinois Report by Broadhead explains that Patten, Enoch and Polk are all Germans who do not completely understand English and the extent of their complaint by using the word "depredations" 03-06-1864 F1608 0193 8012
Broadhead, John; Shimier, John Madison Alton, Illinois Report by Broadhead stating he had investigated the complaints of Patten, Enoch and Polk who had lost between 15-50 lbs. of tobacco taken by soldiers Broadhead believes were stationed at Small Pox Island and not from his regiment 03-06-1864 F1608 0193 8012
Bucknor, Aylet; Hall, Adeline; Hildebrand, Sam; Bucknor, Martha Ann; Roberts, George Madison Fredericktown Statement in case against Bucknor; Hildebrand committed robbery in Wayne County and a later murder; Bucknor and wife aided Hildebrand and other men 03-12-1865 F1634 0805 15613
Burdett, Christopher C. Madison Fredericktown Sworn statement that his saddle was stolen while he was in a saloon 02-18-1865 F1288
Burdett, S. S.; Weer, William; Coghill, James Madison Alton, Illinois Transmittal by Weer to Capt. Burdett of oath of allegiance subscribed by James Coghill of Adair County, Missouri 02-12-1864 F1608 0577 8106
Burdett, S. S.; Weer, William; Shankle, Robert; True, John; Huptman, C. S. Madison Alton, Illinois Transmittal by Weer to Capt. Burdett of oath of loyalty and bonds for Robert Shankle, John True and C. S. Huptman 02-15-1864 F1608 0573 8104
Burdett, S. S.; Weer, William; Tripp, G. W.; Gilbert, Carroll; Carter, Henry Madison Alton, Illinois Transmittal by Weer to Capt. Burdett of oath of allegiance and bonds amounting to $1000 for Tripp of Shannon County, Missouri; Gilbert of Butler County, Missouri; Carter of Monroe County, Missouri 02-11-1864 F1608 0582 8108
Burgener, Conrad Madison Citizen of Brunswick, Missouri, statement that he was conscripted by armed men to join Capt. Warden's rebel company, that he deserted and reported to Capt. Robertson, released, arrested at Warrensburg and sent to Gratiot and Alton Prisons 01-21-1864 F1231
Burgener, Conrad Madison List of witnesses in his case: Col. William Molley of St. Louis, John Barr, Joseph Colley, Fred Lesser, all of Brunswick, Missouri, Elisha Smith and Henry Jullian 01-21-1864 F1231
Burk, Samuel Madison Fredericktown Oath of Allegiance 06-03-1864 F1288
Calhoun, William Madison Fredericktown Sworn statement against Pony Grey 01-08-1865 F1333
Callison, Richard Madison Oath 05-18-1862 F1291
Calwell, Aldry (colored) Madison Fredericktown Statement of Nicholas Counts that he saw mare that had been taken from Colwell 01-05-1865 F1291
Campbell, Alfred Madison Fredericktown Oath 04-10-1862 F1185
Campbell, Dene Madison Fredericktown Sworn statement about James F. Foster 01-10-1865 F1321
Canisias, Theodore Madison Fredericktown Letter from Canisias that his brother George, a strong Union man, was killed while looking at his cattle by a "secession assassin." Asks Brig. Gen. Shofield if General Order 3 could be enforced. 07-21-1862 F1292
Carnahan, John Madison Oath of allegiance 12-01-1862 F1293
Chilton, John Madison Fredricktown Charged with being a rebel sympathizer 03-30-1864 F1186
Clubb, Jeremiah Madison Oath of Allegiance 10-20-1863 F1239
Clubb, Jeremiah M. Madison Oath 10-20-1863 F1239
Clubb, John F. Madison Oath 02-08-1863 F1239
Clubb, John F. Madison Oath of Allegiance 02-08-1863 F1239
Clugh, William P. Madison Oath ??-??-1862 F1239
Cohen, Philip Madison Fredricktown $2000 bond to sell liquor 11-26-1864 F1187
Collier, S. C. Madison Fredericktown Letter enclosing affidavits to support Thomas B. Grigsby, confined in St. Louis as a spy, to David Carson to deliver them to Gen. Fremont 09-01-1861 F1334
Collins, Joseph Madison Oath 11-10-1862 F1467
Colwell, Aldry Madison Fredericktown Statement of Colwell, of St. Francis County, that he had a bay mare which was stolen from him. Someone had taken down the fence to let the horse out. 01-05-1865 F1467
Colwell, Aldry Madison Fredericktown Statement of William Lovelace that Andrew Shylar had sold a horse belonging to his father-in-law, who wasn't happy with sale. Lovelace said a man named Dumsway had a mare formerly owned by Colwell. 01-07-1865 F1467
Cooper, James Madison Alton, Illinois Cover sheet for roll of prisoners received at the Alton Military Prison 11-25-1864 F1657 0750 21272
Cooper, James; Reuben, Charles; Smith, Sarah Jane; Vandevier, Louis Madison Alton, Illinois Receipt by Prison Inspector Cooper of two prisoners from Capt. Reuben of Co. B., 1st Missouri Infantry 11-25-1864 F1657 0751 21272
Copen, W. Madison Letter from Capt. Heagan, commander of Fredericktown post; Copen imprisoned in St. Louis on suspicion of being rebel; request his release as loyal man; wife and child are destitute 08-08-1862 F1241
Cunningham, John Madison Oath of allegiance 02-11-1863 F1247
Daily, John Madison Daily, 29, loyal, of Keytesville, Chariton Co., on 17 Oct 1864 was met in Brunswick by Confederates. 01-21-1864 F1294
Darnell, Lucinda Madison Fredericktown Statement that her husband rented land from John Stevens and grew 200 bushels of corn, then enlisted in the 47th Regiment, Missouri Volunteers, and Stevens was so angry about his enlisting that he took possession of the corn and refuses to return it 01-28-1865 F1269
Deeds, Stephen B. Madison Special Order 62: Deeds' parole extended to all of St. Louis County; he must report weekly. 03-08-1864 F1298
Deeds, Stephen B. Madison Fredrickton Deeds is ordered to appear before the General Court Martial and Military Commission 07-30-1864 F1298
Deeds, Sylvester Madison Fredrickton [illegible] 02-21-1862 F1298
Deeds, Sylvester Madison Fredrickton Telegram from Wm. McNeill to release Deeds. n.d. F1298
Deeds, Sylvester Madison Fredrickton William McNeil says that Deeds, held in the 5th Street Prison, is a Union man captured by Morgan 02-17-1862 F1298
DeGrass, William Madison DeGrass seeks release; in a P.S., he had resigned his commission 04-23-1863 F1298

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