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Name County City Subject Date Reel Number Frame Number File Number
Abernathy, James R.; Barker, Thomas; Warner, F.; Pollard, Samuel; McCann, John W.; Noel, W. H.; Davis, John; Davis G. W. Monroe Recommendation to Col. Broadhead of Samuel M. Quirey for Monroe County Provost Marshal; Abernathy, Barker, and Warner county commissioners 08-05-186? F1389
Abernathy, James R.; Fox, J. C.; Wilson, Alfred; McSuth, C. G. B.; Gore, A. E.; Parsons, John N.; Bucknel, William F.; Culaney, Dent M.; Dulassy, W. C.; Moss, G. W.; Davis, Henry; McCain, John W.; Briggs, Harion; Rosell, Josiah; Hensley, W. A. Monroe Paris Petition for the release of Charles T. Sanders, 29 signatures, some county officials 06-04-1862 F1258
Abernathy, James R.; McIlrath, William; Quincy, Samuel M. Monroe Paris Letter by Abernathy suggesting the removal of McIlrath from his position as provost marshal; gives several reasons; would like to see Quincy appointed in his place 07-08-1863 F1600 0274 5611
Acuff, C. H. Monroe Oath of Loyalty 07-11-1862 F1213
Adams, Joseph A. Monroe Oath of Loyalty 07-11-1862 F1214
Adkison, A. J. Monroe Oath of loyalty 1864 F1215
Allin, John; Cookwood, Thomas Monroe Recruiting Station: Ironton F1894.4 26
Amick, John E. Monroe Oath 12-02-1862 F1216
Anderson, Charles; Porter, Richard Monroe Recruiting Station: Mexico F1895.9 96
Anderson, Reuben Monroe Oath 01-20-1862 F1217
Apelt, Francis E. Monroe Oath 05-07-1863 F1137
Armocort, John Monroe En route to Bates Co, AR was taken prisoner by Confederates, held at Marshfield and Springfield. Order to release and parole to enlist in the U.S. Army within 10 days 12-23-1862 F1218
Arnold, Robert; Arnold, Harry Monroe Recruiting Station: Hannibal F1894.1 156
Ash, Thomas S. Monroe Woodlawn Oath 07-23-1863 F1219
Ashcraft, Nimrod Monroe Oath 09-21-1862 F1219
Atchison, J. F. Monroe Oath sworn at Mexico, Mo 06-07-1862 F1220
Atkinson, T. J. Monroe Oath 05-01-1862 F1220
Atkinson, T. J. Monroe Oath 05-07-1862 F1220
Attebery, John M. Monroe Oath Illegible F1220
Atterbury, H.(?) F. Monroe Madison Oath 04-07-1862 F1220
Austin, R. D. Monroe Regarding 20-year-old son in rebel service, now in prison at Mexico 09-20-1862 F1220
Baford, Merry W. Monroe Cared for John Dimmitt 01-13-1863 F1301
Bailey, Robert Monroe Paris Statement that Lieut. Dickers took a horse from William H. Holliday, and is authorized by General Order 5 to procure transportation from rebel sympathizers, and Holiday is a dangerous one 10-06-1862 F1475
Band, W. Monroe J. H. Dougherty was elected Lieutenant Colonel 02-13-1862 F1304
Band, W. Monroe John Murray was elected Major 02-13-1862 F1304
Bane, J. I. M.; Davis, W. A.; Todd, F. B.; Sygyer, R.; Farrell, J. C.; Walter, W. A.; Todd, A. G.; Morris, William B.; Grove, James P. Monroe Madison Petition that the sentence for William J. Ragsdale of two years imprisonment may be remitted, illegible 01-03-1865 F1389 Q 36
Bane, J. M. Monroe Oath of Allegiance 07-05-1862 F1223
Bane, James M. Monroe Statement that William J. Ragsdale went to Illinois to avoid the local rebel excitement of the time, that the Macon Provost Marshal said his punishment for the act would be banishment, requests he be released 01-18-1865 F1389
Barcus, D. A.; Pullam, Granville Monroe United State v. Barcus and Pullam. Violating oaths and association with guerrillas. 10-17-1862 F1589 1011 2646
Barker, Thomas Monroe Paris County Court order appropriating $10,000 bounty, $100 to each man enlisting for 12 or 2 month service 09-06-1864 F1221
Bassett, Edward Monroe Oath of Allegiance 06-25-1862 F1225
Bassett, Milton; Bassett, George Monroe Recruiting Station: Mexico F1895.10 77
Bassett, Reuben; Bassett, William Monroe Recruiting Station: Macon F1894.11 109
Bassett, Thomas E. Monroe Oath of Allegiance 06-25-1862 F1225
Bean, [?]; Mason, [?] Monroe Paris Account in the amount of $9.00 for sale of contraband stock. 07-03-1863 F1660 0874 22345
Beatty, Joseph Monroe Middle Grove Oath of Allegiance 05-07-1862 F1227
Berry, Robert Monroe Bond, $1,000, arrested for aiding the enemy, security Charles Berry 06-25-1862 F1231
Berry, Robert Monroe Oath of Allegiance 06-25-1862 F1231
Berry, Samuel Monroe Fulton Oath of Allegiance 07-18-1862 F1231
Berryman, Charles A. Monroe Monroe Station Oath of Allegiance 04-03-1862 F1231
Biggs, Marion Monroe Statement that William H. Holliday has been loyal, and helped him prevent men from joining Porter 10-06-1862 F1475
Biggs, Marion Monroe Paris Statement that John Ragsdale and James Ragsdale were with Powell for ten days, arrested and banished to Illinois at their request, that they want to go to California, believes them to be of good character 03-16-1864 F1610 0886 8889
Biggs, Nathaniel; Biggs, Marion Monroe Recruiting Station: Hannibal F1894.1 54
Biggs, Sylvester; Biggs, Marion Monroe Recruiting Station: Hannibal F1894.1 55
Blakely, Benjamine; Blakely, Marcus Monroe Recruiting Station: Hannibal F1894.1 163
Blueford, John; Minor, B. F. Monroe Recruiting Station: Hannibal F1894.1 169
Bodine, Taylor; Bodine, Mrs. Sifer Monroe Recruiting Station: Hannibal F1894.1 106
Bohon, James; Bohon, William Monroe Recruiting Station: Hannibal F1894.1 91
Bohoner, Charles; Houston, William; Cochran, Joseph Monroe Recruiting Station: Hannibal F1894.1 33
Botts, Bill; Botts, Paden Monroe Recruiting Station: Mexico F1895.10 56
Botts, Charles; Botts, Paden Monroe Recruiting Station: Mexico F1895.10 60
Botts, Dick; Botts, Paden Monroe Recruiting Station: Mexico F1895.10 55
Botts, Silas; Bridgeford, Jefferson Monroe Recruiting Station: Hannibal F1894.1 84
Botts, William Monroe Palmyra Parole 10-08-1862 F1233
Boulware, Joseph Monroe Oath of Allegiance 07-05-1862 F1233
Bowen, G. M. Monroe A squad of Col. Woodruff's men took possession of items from Bowen's house 11-28-1864 F1233
Bower, J. L. Monroe Paris Oath of Allegiance 07-03-1862 F1233
Bower, Joseph; Bower, Gustavas Monroe Recruiting Station: Hannibal F1894.1 98
Bradley, P. Monroe Oath of Allegiance 01-03-1863 F1139
Brashear, William Monroe Oath of Allegiance 06-21-1862 F1282
Briant, Anderson; Briant, Samuel Monroe Recruiting Station: Mexico F1895.9 93
Bridgeford, Armistead; Bridgeford, Jefferson Monroe Recruiting Station: Hannibal F1894.1 117
Brigg, Marion; Guitar, O. Monroe Paris Letter by Brigg to General Guitar, requesting William W. Helm, and Samuel J. Helm, released on bond from prison 05-09-1863 be allowed to go with Brigg to California in the spring 02-10-1864 F1608 0167 8006
Briggs, Marion; Parsons, John N.; Moss, D. H.; Fox, Joseph H.; Blakley, M. D.; Giddings, William B.; Fox, J. C.; Ragsdale, D.; Delaney, W. K. Monroe Petition by the citizens of Monroe County to General Guitar at Macon, recommending the appointment of R. M. Scott as Deputy Provost Marshal for enlisting colored soldiers 02-01-1864 F1608 0378 8048
Brooks, John M. Monroe Oath of Allegiance 05-19-1862 F1284
Brown, Aaron; Brown, James Monroe Recruiting Station: Mexico F1895.9 86
Brown, Alexander; Slerrett, William Monroe Recruiting Station: Hannibal F1894.2 10
Brown, Henry; Brown, C. Monroe Recruiting Station: Jefferson City F1894.5 154
Brown, Jackson Monroe Age 25, formerly with Porter ??-??-186? F1659 0270 21752
Brown, John A. Monroe $1000 bond for aiding enemies 06-25-1862 F1285
Brown, John A. Monroe Oath of Allegiance 08-25-1862 F1285
Brown, John N. Monroe Oath of Allegiance 11-22-1862 F1285
Brown, William Monroe Paris Oath of Allegiance 07-02-1862 F1286
Brown, William T. Monroe Oath of Allegiance 07-14-1862 F1286
Browning, Albert; Browning, Charles Monroe Recruiting Station: Mexico F1895.10 45

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