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Name County City Subject Date Reel Number Frame Number File Number
Adams, W. B.; Robinson, James H.; Sharp, Benjamin; Lovelace, W. L.; Clark, Talbot; Clark, Henry; Talbot, Thomas; Talbot, William J.; Gregory, John D.; Spencer, B. H.; Nowlin, D. W.; Brown, [unknown]; Pitman, Hale; Taylor, William; McIlhany, R. B. Montgomery Danville Letter protesting the sending of troops to Loutre Island to protect rebels against Negro insurrection; additional letter regarding events leading to murder of Sharp, with references to towns of Mexico, Fulton, and Hermann 12-24-1862 F1591 0740 3333
Allen, James Montgomery Wellsville Letter from J. G. Lane stating that Allen and Oldenburg both plead guilty to being bushwhackers. Comments that, "Allen is a dangerous and low lied dog." 09-04-1862 F1462
Amster, Joseph; Mallory, Nat Montgomery Recruiting Station: Wellsville F1897.6 97
Anbrey, H. G.; McIntire, James; Dobyns, D. R.; Barker, S. M.; Shepherd, Franklin; Clark, Lewis D.; Sheperd, W. T.; Gilliland, Thomas; Bunch, John; Branstatter, A. J.; Branstatter, H. C.; Benson, Basel; Sullivan, D. M.; Ferguson, Thomas; etal Montgomery Wellsville Letter by citizens and members of the Enrolled Missouri Militia regarding the removal of Lt. Col. Lane as a district provost marshal; urges his reinstatement and outlines reasons; signed by 75 persons; see also file 3474.5 01-19-1863 F1592 0752 3584.5
Anderson, James S. Montgomery Letter from citizens of Montgomery petitioning that Anderson be discharged from prison; claim that he has never taken up arms against the U. S. government. 01-06-1862 F1217
Anderson, Thomas C. Montgomery Letter from A. C. Stewart noting that Anderson, formerly of Callaway Co., is a spy and smuggler. Believes he is in St. Louis getting supplies to send South and that his wife has traveled to see him. 05-16-1863 F1217
Arnold, Mary S. Montgomery Wellsville Letter from Provost Marshal, Fulton, to Capt. Draper, Danville requesting return of Arnold's mare now in possession of his troops 04-25-1862 F1219
Arnold, Mary S. Montgomery Wellsville Regarding efforts to reclaim mare 05-12-1862 F1219
Baker, [?]; Hess, A. A. Montgomery Jonesburg Letter from Hess to Brig. Gen. Fisk stating 16 bushwhackers led by Miles Price came to their town and robbed them of $700 worth of goods. Hess speaks of confrontational words spoken by Price and of his disgust with local men who fear Price. 09-17-1864 F1621 0477 11645
Baker, David W. Montgomery High Hill Bond of Allegiance, $2000 03-12-1862 F1221
Baker, David W. Montgomery High Hill Oath of Allegiance 03-12-1862 F1221
Banner, B. Montgomery Montgomery City Letter to Col. Kettle or Provost Marshal Stewart stating that John S. Plunkett, Mrs. Clark's overseer, has been talking treason in Gordon's store, witnesses his son, wife, and Miss P. Pegram 06-23-1863 F1385
Barber, John; Moupin, Charles Montgomery Recruiting Station: Wellsville F1897.6 102
Barnes, J. G. Montgomery Oath of Allegiance F1183
Barnes, Truman Montgomery Wellsville Driven from home by rebels 04-14-1862 F1183
Bassett, Anderson; Bassett, George Montgomery Recruiting Station: Warrenton F1897.4 24
Bay, James C. Montgomery Statement that he believes James Higgenbotham will behave himself and requests his release 11-13-1862 F1192
Bentley, Charles; Bentley, Anne Montgomery Recruiting Station: Wellsville F1897.6 46
Bently, John; Bently, Ann Montgomery Recruiting Station: Wellsville F1897.6 38
Berry, Henry; Curd, Willis Montgomery Recruiting Station: Wellsville F1897.6 23
Berry, William; Patten, Moses Montgomery Recruiting Station: Macon F1894.11 44
Beshears, William B. Montgomery Middletown Wrapper only, released on parole and $10,000 bond by Special Order 85 10-01-1862 F1231
Billings, W. P.; Ellicott, H. B.; McIntire, James; Canfield, C. H.; Gilliland, Samuel; Aubry, H. G.; Myers, George; Barker, S. M.; McIntire, John; Clayton, F. C.; Delany, Roy; Williams, Henry; Branstetter, Adam; Shephard, John; Maupin, Thompson; etal Montgomery Wellsville Letter by citizens and members of the Enrolled Missouri Militia regarding the removal of Lt. Col. Lane as a district provost marshal; urges his reinstatement and outlines reasons; signed by 64 persons; see also file 3584.5 01-20-1863 F1592 0298 3474.5
Blood, William; Cox, Daniel Montgomery Recruiting Station: Wellsville F1897.6 32
Board, John Montgomery John Board's Oath 04/07/1862 F1184
Bowles, David Montgomery Bowles will be released upon taking Oath of Allegiance 06-07-1865 F1233
Bowles, David Montgomery Bowles, charged with being a rebel, requests St. Louis Mayor to vouch for him 05-12-1865 F1233
Bowles, G. Richard; Carbine, Francis; Bradley, James W.; Dillon, George; Long, John F.; Ellis, William; White, Frank; Hunt, William C. B.; McKey, James; Hogue, James C.; Bowles, John; Martin, Luther; Rice, Samuel; Hertinger, Jacob; and others Montgomery Materials regarding prisoner of war who escaped from Danville; items originate from several locations, including St. Louis and Wellsville 06-28-1862 F1654 0407 20219
Bowles, Mary Montgomery Application that order banishing Mary Bowles be modified ? F1233
Brolaski, [unknown]; Fuqua, [unknown] Montgomery Montgomery City Statement concerning a shipment of wheat on North Missouri Railroad; men were refused permit to ship; request order to gain possession 06-04-1863 F1599 0353 5391
Brooks, Daniel Montgomery $10000 bond for disloyalty 09-27-1861 F1284
Brooks, Daniel; Brooks, Thomas; Skinner, J. W.; Skinner, Robert; Skinner, John; Randolph, Thomas Montgomery Danville Requests of Montgomery and Warren County citizens asking for the continued imprisonment of certain secessionist men at the St. Louis Arsenal. Prisoners suspected of firing into North Missouri Railroad trains. Rufus Sanders acting on behalf of prisoners. 09-18-1861 F1588 0526 2282
Brooks, Thomas Montgomery $10000 bond for disloyalty 09-27-1861 F1284
Brooks, Thomas Montgomery Wellsville Statement that Fred Holland whipped a Negro named Bass that belonged to Tannehitt 03-29-1861 F1475
Brown, B. D. Montgomery Wellsville Statement of Charles Helm difficult to decipher. Helm states his belief that Dr. Brown has a significant influence on the rebels. He states that since Brown has taken the oath, he has threatened Helm and his two sons. 08-17-1862 F1653 0855 19952
Brown, B. D. Montgomery Wellsville Statement of Lt. Col. J. G. Lone that Dr. Brown is an intelligent man with influence among the rebels. States Brown is dreaded by the loyal men in the community. It is believed Brown was connected with the destruction of the railroad. 08-25-1862 F1653 0856 19952
Brown, B. D. Montgomery Wellsville Statements of Capt. H. B. Dowlin, John Bunch and C. H. Caulfield. Dowlin and Bunch claimed Dr. Brown stated that although he intended to live up to his oath, he did not value it. Caulfield stated his belief that Brown was a danger to the peace. 08-17-1862 F1653 0852 19952
Brown, John Montgomery Price's Branch $2000 bond for aiding enemies 06-02-1862 F1285
Brown, John Montgomery Price's Branch Oath of Allegiance 06-02-1862 F1285
Brown, John Joseph; Leveall, Sarah Montgomery Recruiting Station: Hermann F1894.3 16
Bruner, Mortimer Montgomery Montgomery City Statement that while in Gordon's store, John S. Plunkett called Federal soldiers thieves, that they stole his Negroes, horses and mules, and that when the rebels won, he'd beat any Union man he came across 06-30-1863 F1385
Bruner, Rachel D. Montgomery Montgomery City Statement that John S. Plunkett, overseer of Mrs. Clark's Negroes at her farm on Louter Island, is a southern sympathizer, and called Federal soldiers thieves for stealing the Negroes 06-30-1863 F1385
Bunch, T. H. Montgomery Wellsville Letter relating to the removal of Bunch as postmaster; gives example of the manner in which he conducted business 02-04-1863 F1288
Burger, James; Burger, Thomas Montgomery Recruiting Station: Wellsville F1897.6 64
Burkes, George R. Montgomery High Hill Oath of Allegiance 03-27-1862 F1288
Caldwell, Walter Montgomery Parole 03-29-1862 F1291
Caldwell, Walter Montgomery Statement that William B. Beshears has done nothing disloyal since his release from Louisiana, that Oswald W. Jones threatened to break Beshears up because he swindled him out of $1,500 or $2,000 09-24-1862 F1231
Caldwell, Walter C., Dr. Montgomery Middletown Letter to Gen. Schofield admitting rebel activities and willingness to take oath and make bond; file notation: order for release May 11, 1862 03-07-1862 F1291
Canfield, C. H. Montgomery Statement of Alexander Thomas that he spoke with Berry soon after being whipped. States Berry built a fire for him the morning after whipping; said he was not hurt much. Canfield related to event. N. D. F1292
Canfield, C. H. Montgomery Statement of Hiram A. Stevens that there was no physical appearance of Berry being hurt by the whipping nor changes in the appearance of his labor. Canfield related to situation. 04-21-1864 F1292
Canfield, C. H. Montgomery Statement of Thompson Bunch that he spoke with Berry, a slave, soon after being whipped. States Berry told him the whipping did not hurt him much. Saw Berry working after the whipping. 04-20-1864 F1292
Canfield, C. H. Montgomery Wellsville Col., 67th, E.M.M., affidavit for Howard McIntire, that he never heard him speak against the Federal Government and certifies his good character 04-21-1864 F1200
Canfield, C. H. Montgomery Wellsville Notice that Canfield was selected to help determine an amount to be levied against rebels of the area. 10-29-1862 F1292
Canfield, C. H. Montgomery Wellsville Order to arrest Allen Hall and bring him to headquarters 12-27-1863 F1336
Canfield, C. H. Montgomery Wellsville Statement of H. J. Ausberry, Justice of the Peace. States Canfield brought Whithead and an affidavit to him. Later determined Canfield had altered affidavit and didn't tell Whithead true content. 04-18-1864 F1292
Canfield, C. H. Montgomery Wellsville Statement of John Bunch, John Evans and Phineas Cox. State they whipped Berry, but due to the force of public opinion, not evil; whipping was not injurous. State they weren't under Canfield's command. 04-21-1864 F1292
Canfield, C. H. Montgomery Wellsville Statement of John H. Reed that he spoke to Berry, a slave, soon after being whipped. Says Berry told him he had been whipped, but was not injured. Reed does not believe Berry was disabled. 04-21-1864 F1292
Canfield, C. H. Montgomery Wellsville Statement of John Whithead that Canfield had asked him to make an affidavit about a load of coal being dumped in the yard. Whithead can't read or write; was told Canfield had altered affidavit. 04-18-1864 F1292
Canfield, C. H.; Windsor, ? Montgomery Wellsville Telegram by Col. Canfield to the Provost Marshal at Mexico, reporting all the evidence against the Windsors has been sent 11-09-1864 F1626 0967 13251
Canfield, Col. C. H. Montgomery Wellsville Letter from Charles D. Lurieg stating that Canfield is trying to injure government employees. Says Canfield is in St. Louis and will use false affidavits to try and injure good men. 04-18-1864 F1292
Chapin, S. Montgomery High Hill Request for orders concerning disposition of a horse 03-13-1865 F1236
Chapman, James B. Montgomery Montgomery City Statement that John S. Plunkett is an honorable man who has never aided the rebellion, and his release wouldn't endanger the county 07-30-1863 F1385
Charlton, Jubiter; Percy, Andy Montgomery Recruiting Station: Wellsville F1897.6 35
Clare, Albert; Clare, John Montgomery Recruiting Station: Wellsville F1897.6 41
Clarke, Noah; Pierson, Christopher Montgomery Recruiting Station: Wellsville F1897.6 59
Clemments, James Montgomery Wellsville Arrested at house of Thomas Martin, Callaway Co.; admits to having taken oath but does not consider it binding; has lived in the brush 2-3 months with others, living by plundering 11-13-1862 F1239
Cluster, A. B. Montgomery Middletown Letter from Capt. H[illegible] attesting to character of father David Cluster 10-01-1862 F1239
Cluster, A. B. Montgomery Middletown Letter from that David Cluster that son imprisoned in St. Louis not guilty of bushwhacking; employed by Amos Ladd and William Johnson, Hickory Co. merchants; 10-01-1862 F1239
Cobbs, Edward Montgomery Parole of honor F1187
Cobbs, Edward Montgomery Parole, agrees to remain in Mongomery County 08-09-1862 F1187
Cobbs, Edward Montgomery Montgomery City States that his health is bad 10-22-1862 F1187
Cobbs, James Montgomery Montgomery City Statement explaining how he ended up in Confederate service 10-10-1864 F1187
Cole, Joe; Brown, Hesker Montgomery Wellsville Affidavit of James F. Combs that he lives at the home of Major William McCormack. On August 20, 1863, Cole, Brown and six unknown men robbed the home of McCormack. Brown was armed and admitting robbing McCormack 18 months prior. 12-09-1863 F1605 0289 7275
Cole, Robert Montgomery Description F1141
Cole, Robert Montgomery Statement how he came to possess a lame horse in St. Joseph 11-14-1863 F1141

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