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Name County City Subject Date Reel Number Frame Number File Number
Adams, Robert E. Nodaway Oath of Loyalty 03-03-1862 F1214
Bagby, W. R. Nodaway Receipt for one rifle received from Silas Woodson, Lt. Col. and Asst Prov. Mar. 12-24-1863 F1463
Bagby, William Robert Nodaway Horse taken by Lt. Morehouse, E.M.M.; sworn to Silas Woodson, Lt. Col. and Asst Pro Mar. 12-21-1863 F1463
Baker, Daniel Nodaway Marysville Bond of release, $10,000, for arrest on charge of bushwhacking 11-15-1861 F1221
Baker, Daniel Nodaway Marysville Oath of Allegiance 11-15-1861 F1221
Best, David Nodaway Physical description 05-17-1862 F1231
Best, Humphrey Nodaway Physical description 05-17-1862 F1231
Blakely, Felix Nodaway $500 surety bond 10/03/1863 F1138
Blakely, Felix Nodaway Oath of allegiance 10/26/1863 F1138
Blakely, Felix Nodaway Parole 10/26/1863 F1138
Brown, Henry; Brown, Andrew Nodaway Recruiting Station: Plattsburg; John Brown, owner [?] F1896.2 22
Brown, Thomas A. Nodaway Sworn statement that horses, mules, and oxen were taken from him by W.F. Miller and squad 04-21-1862 F1286
Byers, Samuel D. Nodaway Marysville Oath of Allegiance 06-02-1862 F1290
Cannon, William M.; Cannon, John L.; Melvin, J. B. Nodaway Maryville Arrested for attempting to leave district without passes. 05-20-1863 F1596 0397 4718
Compton, James F. Nodaway Statement of Compton that he is 22 years old and was arrested on his way to Boone County for traveling without a pass. Was going with Perry Hays to help bring back Hays's slaves from Boone County. 10-25-1862 F1467
Cox, William Y. Nodaway Parole; limited to county 12-23-1863 F1242
Cox, William Y. Nodaway Parole; will report daily; age 21 12-19-1863 F1242
Critchfield, Alvin Nodaway Charged with leaving post without orders; testimony of Wm. R. Linvilles; file notation: recommendation that defendant and his confidantes be tried by military commission 12-19-1863 F1244
Critchfield, Alvin Nodaway Parole; age 19 12-23-1863 F1244
Critchfield, Alvin Nodaway Statement of Critchfield 12-19-1863 F1244
Critchfield, Alvin Nodaway Statement of Wm. Y. Cox 12-19-1863 F1244
Davidson, Gamaliel Nodaway Parole 07-11-1863 F1295
Davidson, Gamaliel Nodaway Statements of Stephen Mitchell and Isaac Davis that they live near Davidson and have never heard him say anything disloyal. 06-22-1863 F1295
Davidson, Gamaliel Nodaway Maryville Letter from M. G. Ranborn (?) regarding charges that Davidson fed Calvert and company and guided them through the country. 06-22-1863 F1295
Davidson, Gamaliel Nodaway Maryville Seven page statement of Davidson. Claims he was hunting for a cow and happened upon George Calvert. Calvert made Davidson give directions and a loaf of bread. 06-20-1863 F1295
Davis, Charity Nodaway Bond in the amount of $1,000 06-16-1863 F1296
Davis, Charity Nodaway Oath of allegiance 06-16-1863 F1296
Davis, J. F. Nodaway Parole 07-11-1863 F1296
Davis, William Nodaway Bond in the amount of $500 10-16-1863 F1297
Ford, Garland Nodaway Bond in the amount of $1,000. Notes Ford was arrested on a charge on disloyalty. 06-11-1863 F1320
Ford, Garland Nodaway Oath of allegiance 06-11-1863 F1320
Ford, Garland Nodaway Parole 06-??-1863 F1320
Ford, Garland Nodaway Maryville U. S. vs Garland. Testimony of Pauline Morgan, Mary Alexander, William Morgan and John Alexander stating that they believe Ford supports the rebellion. Ford is not considered a dangerous man. 05-27-1863 F1320
Good, Richard Nodaway Maryville Oath of allegiance 06-02-1862 F1329
Graves, Mansel Nodaway Oath of allegiance 06-19-1863 F1331
Graves, Mansel Nodaway Parole 06-11-1863 F1331
Graves, Mansel Nodaway Parole 06-19-1863 F1331
Graves, Richard Nodaway Statement of Hardin Chritchfield that he is a neighbor of Graves. He has never seen Graves in arms and heard Graves say that he was not going to fight for either side. 02-22-1862 F1331
Graves, Richard Nodaway Statement of John Linville that he saw Graves in September on the way to Lexington. He never saw Graves in the ranks or in arms. 02-22-1862 F1331
Graves, Richard Nodaway Statement of John Rhodes that he saw Graves in September on the way to Lexington, but that he never saw him in arms. 02-22-1862 F1331
Harris, Zachariah Nodaway Oath of Allegiance 05-13-1862 F1191
Hern, William Nodaway Maryville Letter from Hern stating that conditions in Nodaway are very bad. Refers to the actions of bushwhackers in the area. Says there will be "Hell to pay here unless the matter is crushed by soldiers." 05-04-1863 F1472
Hutson, Joseph Nodaway Handwritten case: U. S. vs. Hutson; seven pages of testimony regarding Hutson's affiliation with William McDaniels, who admitted firing shots at Union men; conflicting testimony regarding Hutson 05-30-1863 F1148
Hutson, Joseph Nodaway Parole - 0 - F1148
Hutson, Joseph Nodaway Parole; to report to St. Joseph when called 06-20-1863 F1148
Hutson, Joseph Nodaway Statement of Emanuel Davis that Hutson said McDaniel came to house early and said nothing of shooting 04-30-1863 F1148
Hutson, Joseph Nodaway Statement of William McDaniel that he told Hutson he and others had shot at some man near Sizemore School; 04-30-1863 F1148
Hutson, Joseph Nodaway Testimony of Irvin Horn, staying at Hutson's, that McDaniel came in the night, wanted Hutson to swear he had been there all night 04-30-1863 F1148
Hutson, Joseph Nodaway U.S. vs Hutson for knowingly harboring guerrilla William McDaniel on April 22, 1863, who was bushwhacking Union men near the Sizemore School near Lamar's Station ??-??-186? F1148
Jackson, Gasham ? Nodaway Statement that the horse taken from John Million by J. E. Hall, United States detective, belongs to Million 02-11-1864 F1336
Johnson, Thornton Nodaway Testimony of a variety of individuals in case of U. S. vs Johnson. Testimony regarding Johnson's alleged disloyalty. 05-29-1863 F1349
Johnson, William T. Nodaway Bond in the amount of $1,000. 06-22-1863 F1350
Johnson, William T. Nodaway Oath of allegiance 06-22-1863 F1350
Johnson, William T. Nodaway Parole 06-27-1863 F1350
King, Enoch Nodaway Enclosing letter from King, who engaged in shooting Capt. Dill; send someone to arrest King 12-27-1864 F1151
King, Enoch Nodaway Letter to mother and father; will be at home; did not buy land in Kansas; will report to work on Illinois farm next season 12-05-1864 F1151
Lines, H. M. Nodaway Oath of allegiance 06-12-1863 F1481
Lines, H. M. Nodaway Parole 06-12-1863 F1481
Mays, Nellie Nodaway Hughes Oath of Allegiance, physical description included, witness Asa D. Perin 03-07-1861 F1155
McLaw, [?]; Turner, Rev. [?]; Mitchel, D.; Grove, [?]; Blackman, [?]; Fox, Col. [?]; Briggs, [?]; Ellis, Dr. [?]; Nodaway White Cloud Letter from Henry A. Fox to Gen. Fisk regarding the names and characters of McLaw et al, who have been ordered to leave the White Cloud District. Fox refers to himself as being the first person to muster a company in NW MO. 09-11-1864 F1622 0691 12008.5
Mercer, Perry Nodaway Petition from loyal citizens of Nodaway County stating that although they believe Mercer is a Southern sympathizer, they think he is a quiet citizen who hasn't made overt acts against the government 09-25-1863 F1373
Miller, C. C. Nodaway Hopkins Oath of allegiance and physical description. Oath taken in Alton, IL. 05-24-1865 F1156
Million, John Nodaway Statement that he owns a horse taken be J. E. Hall as contraband, and claims the horse was once owned by Mr. Spencer, a rebel 02-22-1864 F1336
Morehouse, Stephen Nodaway Oath of Allegiance, witness A. Patee of Buchanan County 03-10-1864 F1202
Morehouse, Stephen Nodaway Parole, age 49, to remain in St. Joseph, witness Y. A. Fowler 05-15-1863 F1202
Morehouse, Stephen Nodaway Parole, age 50, allowed to remain in Missouri for the time being after being banished from the state, witness Silas Woodson of St. Joseph 01-28-1864 F1202
Morehouse, Stephen Nodaway Maryville Enclosed for Judge Woodson his petition for the revocation of his sentence of banishment to Ohio and request that he forward it to St. Louis 02-11-1864 F1202
Morehouse, Stephen P.; Bickett, William; Cain; etc Nodaway Petition for the revocation of the order of banishment for Stephen Morehouse to Ohio as the situation in the county has changed since the order 01-28-1864 F1202
Muchars, Alfred; Orear, W. C.; Stephens, A.; Ellis, A. L.; Davis, Wade H.; Briggs, L. D.; Jester, J. B.; Hammond, O. C.; Coover, J. P.; Tignor, William; Elsworth, Q. P. Rinmel, P. Nodaway Maryville Petition for the loyalty of John McLean, recommending that he have a new hearing regarding his property that was confiscated 04-29-1862 F1370
Nickles, James Nodaway Bond of $2,000 06-19-1863 F1376
Paige, G. N. Nodaway Oath of allegiance 08-11-1863 F1379
Patrum, Francis Nodaway Parole and safeguard; age 41; limited to St. Joseph, must report daily 06-14-1863 F1381
Pennington, James Nodaway Letter from John Billings and William B. Moffitt, in rebel army, to Pennington; greetings to home; high price of flour, bacon, butter and eggs; damage done to our side; Yankee boats passed our battery, went upriver; send mail as directed by enclosed note ??-??-186? F1164
Pennington, James Nodaway Provost Bassett to Provost Dick: enclosed is rebel letter to Pennington; enclosure indicates Henry A. Thornburgh is rebel mail agent in Philadelphia; previous evidence against Harlan, in same business there 04-28-1863 F1164
Prater, Bascom; Prater, James Nodaway Recruiting Station: Macon F1895.5 106

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