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Name County City Subject Date Reel Number Frame Number File Number
Anderson, W. H. Mississippi Statement that W. W. Griffith killed Thomas Fagan and a man in Laclede or Texas County 02-21-1865 F1334
Atcher, Charles Mississippi Permission to purchase 3 gallons of whiskey at Cairo, Ill. when the military authorities there deem proper 12-06-1864 F1220
Atcher, Charles Mississippi Receipt from Cairo, Ill. merchant for goods purchased 12-06-1864 F1220
Atcher, Charles Mississippi Receipt from Cairo, Ill. merchant for goods purchased 12-09-1864 F1220
Atcher, Charles Mississippi Receipt from Cairo, Ill. merchant for goods purchased 12-14-1864 F1220
Atcher, Charles Mississippi Receipt from Cairo, Ill. merchant for goods purchased, including whiskey 12-19-1864 F1220
Badger, Felix H. Mississippi Arrested 09/08/1862; never aided enemy but sympathizes with south, would take oath but would prefer parole; when arrested gold watch, horse, mule and dental instruments were taken 10-09-1862 F1463
Badger, Felix H. Mississippi Statement of Aaron Grigsly, Cairo, Ill, that Badger is secessionist 09-14-1862 F1463
Barker, Cain; Barker, Lewis B. Mississippi Recruiting Station: Charleston F1893.3 3
Barker, Richard J.; Campbell, Cyrus; Vowels, Henry; Thomas, Alexander; Givens, Thomas; Smith, John; Badger, Felix H.; Thompson, Jeff; Fugate, Reuben; Wilbur, Ira; Underwood, John; Maxwell, Thomas; Grigsby, J. Mississippi Rush's Ridge Affidavits of Wilbur, Underwood, Maxwell, and Grigsby on the loyalty of area men. Mention of sons in guerrilla parties. Imprisoned at McDowell College. Prisoners represented by Mississippi County Clerk Whitcomb. 09-14-1862 F1588 0624 2306
Barker, Richard J; Cobb, James R. Mississippi Charleston Document showing that Cobb, a prisoner, had been arrested and paroled to report. Cobb failed to report out of fear to his personal safety. He was told he would be shot if soldiers were killed by bushwhackers due to information Cobb failed to report. 09-09-1864 F1621 0201 11572
Barker, Richard J; Cobb, James R. Mississippi Charleston Letter from Lt. James A Reed stating that he is enclosing the evidence against Barker, charged with disloyalty. He is also sending the statement of Cobb, a prisoner who forfeited his parole by not reporting. 09-09-1864 F1621 0206 11572
Barker, Richard J; Cobb, James R. Mississippi Charleston Statement of Barker that he was working in the field and did not actually see any guerrillas pass his home. His wife, however, did see some pass. He did not report the presence of guerrillas because he did not think it was any of his business. 09-06-1864 F1621 0203 11572
Barker, Richard J; Cobb, James R. Mississippi Charleston Statement of John C. Grigsby that Barker is disloyal and denounced the Federal government. Barker stated Jeff Davis had as much of a right to rebel as George Washington did against the mother country. 09-06-1864 F1621 0198 11572
Beckwith, Underwood Mississippi Lucas Bend Statement concerning all goods he smuggled across Federal lines and those who helped him. 11-02-1864 F1228
Beckwith, Underwood Mississippi Lucas Bend Statement concerning facts surrounding the burning of Ed Diehl's government hay 11-16-1864 F1228
Beckwith, Underwood Mississippi Lucas Bend Statement concerning goods he smuggled across Federal lines F1228
Bedford, A. M.; Ward, [unknown]; Moore, Joseph C.; Kalfus, C. C.; Handy, Noah; Shelby, Jacob; Whitcomb, George W.; Watts, H. N.; Wade, Robert; Moore, Samuel; Eaden, Mart; Deal, H. J.; Deal, E. P.; Kyser, George, Sr.; Kensick, George; and others Mississippi Charleston List of prominent men of Mississippi County with their political status. 24 names. 04-16-1864 F1612 0644 9334
Bhurley, W. H. Mississippi Charleston Permit for Columbus Hucell to purchase one barrel of salt 12-19-1864 F1231 133
Bhurley, W. H. Mississippi Charleston Permit for L. D. Humphreys to purchase one barrel of salt 01-13-1864 F1231
Bird, John Mississippi Oath of allegiance witnessed by Thomas Fletcher. 03/24/1862 F1465
Bird, John Mississippi Bird's Point 31 prisoners sent from Cairo, IL to St. Louis, MO by steamer "City of Memphis"; Bird of Bird's Point, MO and his sons among them; letters included addressed to Bird from various places in KY, Chicago, IL, New Madrid, Charleston, St. Louis 03-17-1862 F1584 0113 850
Bird, John Mississippi Charleston 31 prisoners sent from Cairo, IL to St. Louis, MO by steamer "City of Memphis"; Bird of Bird's Point, MO and his sons among them; letters included addressed to Bird from various places in KY, Chicago, IL, New Madrid, Charleston, St. Louis 03-17-1862 F1584 0113 850
Bird, Thompson Mississippi Oath of allegiance witnessed by Thomas Fletcher. 03/24/1862 F1465
Blackwell, Mrs. B.; Mills, Jones; Smith, Peter K. Mississippi Charleston Special Order Nos. 10, 11, and 12. Serving of subpoenas in Mississippi County. Return of horse to Blackwell. Arrest of Mills. Release of Smith. 06-03-1865 F1640 0904 17350
Bolinger, G. W. Mississippi Belmont Early handwritten loyalty oath or pledge 08/01/1861 F1184
Branes, R. J. Mississippi Belmont Oath of Allegiance 08-01-1864 F1139
Branscomb, John Mississippi Report as required by parole 04-12-1865 F1139
Branscomb, John Mississippi Charleston Report as required by parole 03-10-1863 F1139
Branscomb, John W. Mississippi Report as required by parole 04-20-1865 F1284
Brewer, John Mississippi $1000 bond for smuggling 10-28-1864 F1282
Brewer, John Mississippi Report as required by parole 04-??-1865 F1282
Brewer, John Mississippi Statement claiming innocence 10-28-1864 F1282
Brewer, John Mississippi Charleston Statement and examination 11-14-1864 F1282
Brown, Berry; Lane, J.; Lusk, William; etc. Mississippi Birds Point Petition for Jasper Muir, that he has never been a soldier or connected with the army 03-16-1862 F1248
Brown, Francis Mississippi Charlestown Oath of Allegiance 05-16-1862 F1285
Bruner, John Mississippi Reports home according to bond executed in January 04-10-1865 F1286
Bush, John Mississippi Released upon taking Oath of Allegiance 01-16-1864 F1290
Bush, John Mississippi Will be released from prison upon taking the Oath of Allegiance 01-13-1964 F1290
Calvin, James T. Mississippi Charleston L. W. Pritchett agrees to pay $1,000 to liquidate Calvin's bond provided Calvin forfeits the same 12-27-1864 F1291
Clark, J. N. Mississippi Charleston Request permission to purchase barrel of salt at Cairo, Illinois 12-31-1864 F1238
Clarkston, Edmund; Clarkston, James Mississippi Recruiting Station: Charleston F1893.3 8
Crenshaw, Merrel; Crenshaw, Joseph C. Mississippi Recruiting Station: Charleston F1893.3 13
Crenshaw, Oliver; Crenshaw, Joseph Mississippi Recruiting Station: Charleston F1893.3 23
Crenshaw, Richard S. Mississippi $1,000 bond 09-15-1864 F1244
Crenshaw, Tryal; Crenshaw, Joseph C. Mississippi Recruiting Station: Charleston F1893.3 12
Crocker, A. G. Mississippi Charleston Bill of sale from B. Smyth and Co., Cairo, IL for goods bought by Crocker 01-05-1865 F1245
Crocker, A. G. Mississippi Charleston Bill of sale from B. Smyth and Co., Cairo, IL for goods bought by Crocker 12-27-1864 F1245
Crocker, A. G. Mississippi Charleston List of goods and request to Lt. Thurber for permission to purchase from Cairo; approved 01-04-1865 F1245
Crocker, A. G. Mississippi Charleston List of goods and request to Lt. Thurber for permission to purchase from Cairo; approved 12-29-1864 F1245
Danforth, Charles W. Mississippi Extract slip, from roll of prisoners from New Madrid, includes Danforth of Mississippi Co, captured 04 Aug 1864 in Pemiscot Co. 08-09-1864 F1294
Danforth, Charles W. Mississippi Rough draft of charges; Danforth is charged with recruiting in Missouri for the rebel army 08-20-1864 F1294
Danforth, Charles W. Mississippi Charleston John DeNaran: Guerrilla Joseph Hedge stated that Hedge's gang killed Union man John Grigsby, but DeNaran did not recognize Danforth in the gang, which was seen also by Henry Dalton, and which stole the 02-26-1865 F1294
Danforth, L. W. Mississippi Released from parole and his $500 returned to him 04-06-1865 F1294
Danforth, Lewis W. Mississippi Charleston Statement concerning goods of Underwood Beckwith shipped to Price's Landing on Steamer Ontario 09-19-1864 F1228
Danforth, Louis W Mississippi Charleston Promises to remain within Charleston. Witness: William H. Lonergan, W. B. C. --hurl-- 01-18-1865 F1294
Darr, Joseph Jr.; Bhurleir, William C. Mississippi Charleston Cover sheet for letter by Assistant Provost Marshal Bhurleir to Acting Provost Marshal Darr 11-11-1864 F1626 0363 13140
Darr, Joseph Jr.; Bhurleir, William C.; Diehl, ? Mississippi Charleston Two-page letter by Assistant Provost Marshal Bhurleir to Acting Provost Marshal Darr, reports Capt. Diehl, post commander is recovering from the wounds he received from rebel attack on the post on Saturday morning, 11-04-1864 11-11-1864 F1626 0366 13140
Darr, Joseph Jr.; Bhurleir, William C.; Doss, S. W.; Wells, William Mississippi Charleston Two-page letter by Assistant Provost Marshal Bhurleir to Acting Provost Marshal Darr, transmittal of subpoenas for Doss and Wells who are being transported by railroad to St. Louis 11-11-1864 F1626 0365 13140
Darr, Joseph Jr.; Bhurleir, William C.; Hambrick, Jesse; Hambrick, Thomas R.; Granes, Charles A.; Tinwin, ?; Curtis, Warren; Allen, William Mississippi Charleston Two-page letter by Assistant Provost Marshal Bhurleir to Acting Provost Marshal Darr, reports he has subpoenas to serve Granes, Tinwin, Curtis and Allen in the cases of Jesse Hambrick and Thomas R. Hambrick but the roads are too bad to travel 11-11-1864 F1626 0366 13140
Darr, Joseph Jr.; Reid, James A. Mississippi Charleston Return of documents re: Mississippi County smuggling ring to Lieut. Reid by Provost Marshal Darr, documents will serve as "a guide for action in this and future cases of a like nature" 10-18-1864 F1627 0096 13379
Darr, Joseph Jr.; Shephard, James W.; Griffith, W. H.; Mudly, J. C.; Harrall, J. S.; Underwood, John F.; Smith, Henry; Mabee, Julia; Mabee, Suffrenus; Woodruff, Riley Willis; Mercer, Robert; Mercer, Mary; Brewer, John; Keeton, Martha; Beckworth, Underwood Mississippi Charleston Four-pages of charges by Acting Provost Marshal Darr against R. Mercer, M. Mercer, Brewer, Keeton and Beckworth for smuggling and violation of military order; includes list of witnesses 11-22-1864 F1627 0076 13379
Davidson, ?; Johnson, M. L. Mississippi Price's Landing Receipt by Davidson for two trunks and one box of merchandise shipped on the steamboat "Ontario" to Price's Landing by Johnson 09-12-1864 F1627 0104 13379
Davis, Martha Mississippi Statement that W. W. Griffith killed her half brother while in a game of cards and that he escaped the county 01-23-1865 F1334
Davis, Thomas J. Mississippi Charleston Statement of Davis regarding the purchase of shoes and books from Mr. Gorman's store and a man named Kiser. Davis and Kiser said they didn't want to be seen taking so many goods out of town at once. 09-17-1864 F1297
Davis, Uel; Davis, Tandy J. Mississippi Recruiting Station: Charleston F1893.3 11
Davis, W. P. Mississippi Bird's Point Report of the examination of James Ramsey, prisoner, finding his right arm entirely disabled and his left somewhat crippled 01-18-1862 F1255
Deal, H. J. Mississippi Charleston re stock taken by Federals. Henry T. Cummings, J. C. Dustis, William L--- and Mathew Taylor testified. 01-01-1862 F1298
Deal, H. J. Mississippi Charleston Statement on behalf of Leroy Kusee? 11-26-1862 F1357
Deal, H. J.; Weakly, Isaac; Weakly, Henry Mississippi Charleston Two-page letter by Col. Deal to the Provost Marshal General in St. Louis; arrest of Isaac Weakly and Henry Weakly by Lieut. Reid and deal made with Reid if Weakly confessed to smuggling and implicated others he would be released 11-04-1864 F1627 0067 13379
Drucker, Henry Mississippi New Madrid Letter of recommendation F1306
Dubb, John A. Mississippi Yazoo River Owner of the steamer J. H. Grossbeak, desires his pilot, Charles Sebastian, be ordered to remain on board until a replacement can be found 06-17-1863 F1236
Eastham, Mattie; Hancock, Jane Mississippi Recommendation from Brig. Gen. S. Meredith in Cairo in favor of Eastham. Hancock had been arrested for smuggling in the past. Both women traveling to St. Louis. 08-31-1864 F1620 0269 11316
Eaton, Lucien; Clarke, H. G.; Beckworth, Underwood Mississippi Charleston Letter by Eaton to Judge Advocate Clarke, urging a speedy trial for Beckworth 12-27-1864 F1627 0089 13379
Eden, D. A. Mississippi Permission to purchase and bring 5 barrels of whiskey to Charleston 04-12-1865 F1310

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