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Name County City Subject Date Reel Number Frame Number File Number
Abel Cook, J.H. Howard, J. Runsburgh New Madrid New Madrid Required $2000 bonds 03-17-1864 F1240
Alleny, Jefferson; Torrey, Eliza New Madrid Recruiting Station: Cape Girardeau F1893.1 26
Alley, James M. New Madrid New Madrid Letter noting that Alley was a prisoner whose deposition had been taken; two parties sent to "look after the matters there." When the parties return, Alley is to be released. 04-21-1863 F1462
Anderson, Joseph New Madrid New Madrid Note that John Batteas Lafal bought of Anderson a pair of cotton cards on the 15th of April. 05-02-1863 F1217
Anschel, Jacob New Madrid New Madrid Bond. In bond, swears to not sell any merchandise to anyone without written permission from an Assistant Provost Marshal within the St. Louis Military District. N. D. F1137
Anschel, Jacob New Madrid New Madrid Letter barely legible. Says Anschel joined rebel army at the beginning of the war and came back three years ago. Says William Hauf, who will give evidence against Anschel, is his brother-in-law. 02-15-1865 F1137
Ansel, Sarah; etal New Madrid Affidavits regarding occurence at Cairo, IL; reference to slaves; very poor quality image, mostly illegible 12-??-1862 F1591 0365 3252
Audrain, A. P. and Co. New Madrid New Madrid Bond; has permission to sell quinine, calomel, Peruvian Bark, opium, patent medicines, wine, liquor and salt but only to those with Provost Marshal permit 10-17-1864 F1220
Audrain, Anna F. New Madrid New Madrid Certificate from John A. Mott, New Madrid County ex-officio Recorder of Deeds noting where instrument of Audrain's was filed. 11-11-1863 F1217
Ayers, Lewis New Madrid New Madrid Oath for appearance at office of Provost Marshal under penalty of property confiscation 04-06-1863 F1463
Baker, John New Madrid New Madrid Claims that Mr. Hogan had his steer 12-17-1864 F1240
Barker, New Madrid New Madrid Shipping permit from Cairo on Mississippi River 11-06-1863 F1183
Barker, New Madrid New Madrid Shipping permit from Cairo on Mississippi River 11-10-1863 F1183
Barker, New Madrid New Madrid Shipping permit from Cairo on Mississippi River 11-12-1863 F1183
Barker, New Madrid New Madrid Shipping permit from Cairo on Mississippi River 11-28-1863 F1183
Barnes, New Madrid New Madrid G.D. Williamson and Co. Wholesale Grocers and Dealers 12-12-1864 F1183
Bayne, George G. New Madrid Report that he found whiskey that was smuggled from Charleston at the homes of Mr. Bunch and S. D. Shoore, where he also found gun powder 11-17-1863 F1259
Bell, John New Madrid New Madrid Testimony identifying a steer and Dr. Abel Cook 12-14-1864 F1240
Besheers, Alfred New Madrid New Madrid Oath of Allegiance, citizen of Obian County, Tennessee, physical description included 05-15-1865 F1231
Besheers, William New Madrid New Madrid Oath of Allegiance, citizen of Obian County, Tennessee, physical description included 05-15-1865 F1231
Besmer, H. F. New Madrid New Madrid Bill of goods approved for shipment by Capt. James W. Edwards 01-18-1865 F1231
Beymer, H. F. New Madrid New Madrid List of goods, mostly illegible 02-28-1865 F1231
Bishop, J. H. New Madrid New Madrid Sworn statement that Thomas Keegan paid Basconi 01-28-1864 F1225
Bishop, John K. New Madrid New Madrid Bond for disloyalty 11/23/1864 F1138
Bishop, Pleasant New Madrid New Madrid Surety bond for John K. Bishop for disloyalty 11/23/1864 F1138
Black, Jesse New Madrid New Madrid Sworn statement about Moses Marsh 10-02-1864 F1367
Blackburn, Aaron New Madrid New Madrid Alias Robert Black, confession of Blackburn to Henry Sladek 12/18/1864 F1138
Bogart, Elbridge New Madrid New Madrid Oath taken by Bogart from East Tennessee 05/11/1864 F1184
Bonzano, H.; Waters, Simmons and Company New Madrid Permit to ship sugar and molasses into non-insurrectionary districts from New Orleans to New Madrid County. 04-14-1864 F1612 0739 9355
Boran, Oza New Madrid Oath of Allegiance taken at Alton IL prison 06/23/1865 F1232
Bowen, C. R. New Madrid Statement regarding a horse 02-16-1865 F1233
Branam, Sam New Madrid New Madrid Oath of Allegiance 04-14-1862 F1139
Brannon, Jeff New Madrid New Madrid More testimony about the steer 12-17-1864 F1240
Brown, Alford New Madrid Indictment 02-01-1865 F1285
Brown, Alfred New Madrid $1000 bond 03-01-1862 F1285
Brown, William M.; Dowerty, James; Hickman, Daniel B.; Moore, William New Madrid New Madrid Report of prisoners received and confined during the month of May. 05-31-1864 F1614 0361 9737
Buchanan, David New Madrid New Madrid Statement that goods formerly of N. Scheider and Company and belonging to Lander M. Duval have been smuggled to Arkansas or Tennessee, not to New Madrid, as Duval said 03-19-1865 F1308
Buckley, L. New Madrid Permission to Maj. Cook to ship goods from St. Louis 04-30-1865 F1240
Bulkley, L. New Madrid New Madrid Permission to H. L. Beymer to ship goods to New Madrid, witness John M. Hiller 05-03-1865 F1231
Bulkley, Lazerus New Madrid New Madrid A. Brown killed a man in self-defense, but is going to be convicted of murder 06-08-1865 F1285
Burke, Thomas S.; Hallowell, [unknown]; Stewart, [unknown]; Roberts, George T.; Kipley, [unknown]; Snead, James; Drake, Charles E.; Moore, Bell; Bess, Frank; Mansel, Sam; Kenney, S.; Burnes, [unknown]; Clifton, [unknown]; Alexander, James; and others New Madrid New Madrid Information on various men who may have been sought for arrest; committed acts from Ste. Genevieve County south along Mississippi river through at least Cape Girardeau, Mississippi and New Madrid counties; references to various communities in MO and IL 08-14-1864 F1656 0231 20789
Bussey (?), Del New Madrid New Madrid Telegraph from Henry Slader to Gene Ewing stating Bussey was killed by one of the home guard 02-07-1865 F1290
Butler, F. C.; Waldress, William D.; Fotter, W. L. New Madrid Petition supporting that Henry B. Durocher is a Union man F1307
Butler, F. G. New Madrid New Madrid Sworn statement that Keegan bought a horse from Basconi 01-28-1864 F1225
Calder, Alex New Madrid New Madrid Receipt for prisoner of war sent to St. Louis 02-19-1865 F1291
Campbell, John New Madrid New Madrid Oath and physical description. Campbell noted as being from Obion County, Tennessee. 03-22-1864 F1185
Carr, Bill New Madrid Statement of Henry Nieblogge that he was escorting prisoners to St. Louis. Prisoner said Carr (another prisoner) had said he would try to escape. Nieblogge said Carr did not offer him a bribe. 12-21-1864 F1293
Carr, William M. New Madrid New Madrid Letter stating that people heard Carr, of Mississippi County, AR, proclaim that he was raising a company of Confederate troops. 01-13-1865 F1293
Carr, William M.; Ross, Newton J. New Madrid New Madrid Statements in relation to the arrest of Carr and Ross of Mississippi County, Arkansas. Carr accused of being a rebel. 12-29-1864 F1628 0687 13860
Carter, James New Madrid New Madrid Oath to stay in New Madrid 12-28-1863 F1235
Carter, John New Madrid New Madrid "Abel's a bitter opponent of the rebellion, he tesifies" 12-11-1864 F1240
Carter, John M. New Madrid Shipping permit for goods for J. M. Carter 05-20-1862 F1235
Carter, John M. New Madrid New Madrid Statement that Edward LaValle, a minor, is loyal and although arrested on his mother's farm near New Madrid, has never served in the Confederate Army 01-19-1864 F1153
Casteel, Hugh C. New Madrid Statement of Contad T. Bush that he has never known of Casteel harboring or assisting guerrillas. Statement of Benjamin Sellers that he has heard of Casteel feeding guerrillas. 12-23-1863 F1140
Casteel, Hugh C. New Madrid Statement of Daniel Sellers, former acting Asst Provost Marshal. He saw Casteel circulating a petition to get a secessionist appointed as Postmaster and asking appointment to be made from Richmond. 12-23-1863 F1140
Casteel, Hugh C. New Madrid Statements by George W. Bushey and James D. Tinsley that Casteel was active in trying to form an organization to suppress guerrillas and horse thieves. Tinsley notes meeting was held in Pemsicot Co. 12-23-1863 F1140
Cline, [unknown]; Hickerson, [unknown]; Dove, S. C. New Madrid New Madrid Letter to Dove at Cairo, IL requesting that 4 dozen bottles of port wine be sent 03-02-1865 F1634 0183 15449
Cline, William New Madrid New Madrid $2,000 bond allowing him to sell drugs, patent medicines, wine and liquors and salt; can only sell to those with written permission from provost marshal and in St. Louis military district 12-13-1864 F1239
Cline, William New Madrid New Madrid Permit to sell liquor 12-13-1864 F1239
Cloud, Robert E.; McFarland, James A.; Wheeler, John S. New Madrid New Madrid List of prisoners taken near Gayoso, Pemiscot County. Dr. Robert Cloud. Prisoners known to assist guerrillas in the area for past three months. 10-05-1862 F1589 0077 2415
Coal, Dennis New Madrid New Madrid Oath and physical description. Coal listed as being from Green County, Arkansas. 10-20-1863 F1141
Cochran, A. New Madrid New Madrid Oath of Allegiance 10-15-1863 F1187
Cochran, Jesse New Madrid New Madrid Oath of Allegiance 11-07-1863 F1187
Cockerill, William; Dunn, Lewis; VanMilians, Roher New Madrid New Madrid Request from St. Louis that evidence be sought in relation to Cockerill, Dunn, and VanMilians burning and robbing in Kentucky. 05-04-1864 F1614 0486 9782
Coens, Basil New Madrid Ordered to appear before the court 07-15-1864 F1187
Comfort, Daniel T. New Madrid Statement that he has clerked for Henry Durocher in his store and that he is a loyal man and has always been meticulous in the selling of guns and ammunition 01-16-1865 F1307
Conley, J. R. New Madrid New Madrid Statement of Conley that he bought a horse from a man named Larone for $100. Paid him $10 up front. Took horse and sold it to Thomas Dawson for $50. Still owes Larone $90 for horse. 03-10-1865 F1468
Conley, J. R. New Madrid New Madrid Statement of Nathaniel Sweeney that he knew Conley, of Fulton County KY, bought a horse from a rebel soldier. One month later, someone in Memphis told him Conley had sold the horse. 03-10-1865 F1468
Conley, J. R. New Madrid New Madrid U. S. Military telegraph stating Conley could not be found; he left Memphis on a boat headed for St. Louis. 02-01-1865 F1468
Conley, J. R.; Jones, [?] New Madrid New Madrid U. S. Military telegram to Maj. H. H. Williams partially illegible due to ink spot. Telegram states Conley is a witness in the case of Jones. 02-03-1865 F1652 1220 19673
Connelly, John R. New Madrid New Madrid Oath and physical description. Notes that Connelly is from Obion County, Tennessee. 06-14-1864 F1468
Cook, A. G. New Madrid New Madrid Statement in the case of Edward LaValle, prisoner at St. Louis, concerning dealings with his older brother, mostly illegible ??-??-1864 F1153
Cook, Abel New Madrid New Madrid Application to sell ammunition 03-17-1864 F1240
Cook, Abel D. New Madrid New Madrid About his Sutter franchise. Not clear the connection with the steer. 12-10-1864 F1240
Cook, Abel D.; Morrison, T. J. O.; Hacker, John; Waggoner, Frank; Hunter, [Amanda?]; Sherwood, [unknown]; Martin, John New Madrid Letter written from St. Louis regarding depredations committed in New Madrid by the 32nd Regiment Iowa Infantry; taking Negroes, encouraging insurrection among Negroes; case of Negro poisoning master, etc. 12-16-1862 F1591 0439 3274

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