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Name County City Subject Date Reel Number Frame Number File Number
Adams, Jefferson; Majors, B. R. Pettis Recruiting Station: Sedalia F1896.7 33
Agge, John; Lewis, John Pettis Recruiting Station: Lexington F1895.3 152
Allen, James Pettis Sedalia Oath. Back of document lists Henry County after Allen's name. 12-21-1861 F1462
Allen, Oli P. Pettis Statement that he called on Absolom Burris ? to rent a house but his wife said he was absent and overdue by a week 01-13-1865 F1228
Allen, R. Pettis Sedalia Request permission for J. G. Dorman and R. S. Burge to ship stock from Sedalia to St. Louis 12-19-1862 F1304
Allison, Mary J. Pettis Georgetown Request for government rations. Were refugees from Cass County. Husband died of fever, leaving her with 6 daughters ranging from 2 to 14 years old. 07-18-1864 F1216
Altman, J. Pettis Sedalia Letter from James G. Tesch regarding multiple claims on a horse. 06-27-1864 F1216
Anderson, P. T. Pettis Sedalia Oath 12-23-1861 F1217
Anderson, Robert; Anderson, George Pettis Recruiting Station: Syracuse F1896.9 53
Apperson, James M. Pettis Sedalia Letter from Apperson to Major Kelly notifying him that he had been mustered out of service and was desiring to be recommended for the command of the militia company to be raised in Pettis County. 02-16-1865 F1137
Argo, William Pettis Sedalia Forwarding papers in the case of Edward Stemmer who lost his horse to Shelby's men 06-01-1864 F1268
Argo, William Pettis Sedalia Letter to Col. Sanderson regarding Fayette McMullen, a circuit case against George K. Smith in Pettis County prior to the war, and McMullen's property consisting of $6,800 and 700 acres, mostly illegible 05-31-1864 F1370 602
Argo, William Pettis Sedalia Letter transmitting evidence against Johnson and Burnell to Capt. Argo 12-29-1864 F1627 0667 13528
Argo, William Pettis Sedalia Permission for Edward Stemmer of Benton County to retain a contraband horse now in his possession 06-01-1864 F1268
Argo, William Pettis Sedalia Report of liquor permits issued from him: Christopher Hardenbeck, Ferguson A. Rap[illegible], [illegible] Pollard, [illegible], and William Bassett 04-25-1864 F1611 0290 8995
Argo, William Pettis Sedalia Report to Col. Switzler of the permits to sell liquor given out and the fact that he required everyone to give a $2000 bond, including J. Newberger and Company, C. Pollard, Christopher Hardenbeck, William Bard, etc., mostly illegible 04-11-1864 F1611 0026 8941
Argo, William Pettis Sedalia Wrapper for Special Order 122, reporting that the named party is not in his district and can't be served with the order 05-31-1864 F1370 K 76
Argo, William Pettis Sedalia Wrapper for Special Order 122, reporting to Col. Sanderson that John Jones can't be served as he has gone to Idaho 05-31-1864 F1370
Argo, William Pettis Sedalia Wrapper to Special Order 122, reporting that he served Special Order 122 on John F. Phillips who said he would report as ordered, but all money belonging to LaFayette McMullen had been paid over to his agent, William G . Martin 05-15-1864 F1370
Argo, William; Allison, ?; Johnson, Barney; Hopkins, Burnell Pettis Sedalia Cover sheet for evidence against Johnson and Burnell, arrested in Saline County 12-29-1864 F1627 0666 13528
Argo, Wm. Pettis Sedalia About a request for a voucher that was made 06-24-1864 F1211
Argo, Wm. Pettis Sedalia Certification of bond of William Beck 04-10-1864 F1228
Ash, Robert A. Pettis Bond 09-22-1862 F1219
Asken, Joshua Pettis Oath 02-25-1862 F1219
Augo, William Pettis Sedalia Forwarding telegrams from O. B. Queen, and reports Queen wrote another one later but which he gave to a sergeant to notify Mr. Means to have the deposition of Queen's wife taken, and it hasn't been returned 03-15-1865 F1389
Augo, Wm. Pettis Sedalia He has caused corn belonging to James G. Tesch to be seized 09-12-1864 F1403
Baker, George W. Pettis Sedalia Oath of Allegiance 03-12-1862 F1221
Baker, James H. Pettis Oath of Allegiance 12-21-1863 F1221
Baker, R. Pettis Sedalia Sending evidence in the case of Rebecca Shoots, a 16 year old rebel 04-24-1865 F1259 B 140
Baker, William Pettis Sedalia Oath of Allegiance 12-22-1861 F1221
Bankson, James M. Pettis Oath of Allegiance, witness Capt. Lew Manker of Indianapolis 04-14-1862 F1223
Banta, Christopher C. Pettis Sedalia Oath of Allegiance 03-12-1862 F1223
Banta, John Pettis Sedalia Oath of Allegiance 03-12-1862 F1223
Bass, W. E. Pettis Sedalia $3000 bond to sell liquor 07-24-1862 F1225
Bass, W. E. Pettis Sedalia $3000 bond to sell liquor 08-02-1862 F1225
Bass, W. E. Pettis Sedalia Permit to sell liquor 07-24-1862 F1225
Bass, W. E. Pettis Sedalia Permit to sell liquor 08-02-1862 F1225
Bassett, T. E. Pettis Sedalia Cover sheet, copy of letter by T. E. Bassett 06-17-1865 F1658 1038 21663
Bassett, T. E.; Fletcher, Thomas C.; Lowe, [Unknown]; Putnam, [Unknown]; Harding, [Unknown]; Tutt, [Unknown] Pettis Sedalia Copy of letter by Bassett to Governor Fletcher, confusion created by the closure of Pettis County offices and court by military order 06-17-1865 F1658 1039 21663
Beck, William Pettis Bond, $2000, not to sell arms and ammunition to anyone without written permission of Provost Marshal 04-10-1864 F1228
Beck, Wm. Pettis Sedalia Application to import and sell arms and ammunition 04-09-1864 F1228
Beck, Wm. Pettis Sedalia Request of support to obtain a permit to sell arms and ammunition 08-01-1863 F1228
Beckley, John W. Pettis Sedalia Complaint of outrages perpetrated by outlaws in St. Clair County and lack of Governor Fletcher's response 08-20-1866 F1228
Bennitt, Jesse Pettis Sedalia Charges and specifications: arrested for disobediance of orders F1230
Berry, David L. Pettis Sedalia Oath of Allegiance 03-13-1862 F1231
Berry, James M. Pettis Oath of Allegiance 10-01-1862 F1231
Berry, John Pettis Sedalia Oath of Allegiance 03-13-1862 F1231 365
Berry, William N. Pettis Sedalia Oath of Allegiance 03-13-1862 F1231
Bettendorf, Michael Pettis Affidavit that the statement of Frederick Locke concerning the loss of three horses during a raid by Shelby is true 11-13-1863 F1482
Blakely, George; Ray, Mathias Pettis Recruiting Station: Sedalia F1896.7 5
Blander, L. Pettis Sedalia Order to release William R. Beamer, a Rebel sympathizer, upon his giving bond of $5000 11-06-1864 F1227
Bledsoe, John Pettis Sedalia Charges and specifications against John Bledsoe F1466
Bloess, Otto Pettis Sedalia Bloess, a storekeeper in Smithton, states he was robbed by 5 rebels 12/20/1862 F1466
Bloess, Otto Pettis Sedalia Itemized account of items taken by rebels 12/20/1862 F1466
Bloess, Theodore Pettis Smithton Letter to Gen. Halleck saying troops had taken over his store 12/25/1861 F1466
Bohaun, Nelson; Bohaun, Walter R. Pettis Recruiting Station: Tipton F1896.11 86
Bohon, George T. Pettis Sedalia Oath 03/31/1862 F1184
Bomer, Isaiah Pettis Sedalia Statement by Michael Immell that Bomer took a horse 10/22/1862 F1184
Bone, John Pettis Sedalia Bone and William Morris were caught with stolen horses. They were also found to be guerrillas. They were found guilty by court martial and executed at 6:00 p.m. 05/25/1864 F1232
Booth, Reuben Pettis Sedalia Booth bought yoke of oxen at government sale in Springfield. Quartermaster of Sedalia post took oxen and said they were government property 03/27/1862 F1232
Booth, Reuben Pettis Sedalia Statement by James Tuggle that supports Booth's claim to oxen 03/28/1862 F1232
Bottoms, Nathan Pettis Sedalia Sworn statement that Bottoms is loyal citizen 02-27-1862 F1233
Bradley, Christopher Pettis Sedalia Oath of Allegiance 03-10-1862 F1139
Bradley, James R. Pettis Sedalia Oath of Allegiance 03-09-1862 F1139
Brannock, William A. Pettis Sedalia Oath of Allegiance 02-21-1862 F1139
Bridgwater, M. C. Pettis Oath of Loyalty 09-14-1862 F1283
Brightjin, Henry T. ? Pettis Sedalia Former partner of George W. Clarke, requests information on his arrest and an investigation 10-05-1862 F1237
Briles, William; Forbes, Samuel Y. Pettis Sedalia United States v. Briles, Forbes, et al. Testimony concerning stolen horses. 04-23-1864 F1612 0440 9289
Brown, E. B. Pettis Sedalia Special Requisition for 800 sky blue forage caps for the 7th Cavalry, M.S.M. to be worn by all scouts and foraging parties ??-??-???? F1337
Brown, Tarlton; Brown, Ezekial Pettis Sedalia Henry Bright petitioning for free papers for two former slaves of James Brown of Boone County. 10-20-1862 F1589 0608 2575
Brown, William; Orffutt, H. B. Pettis Recruiting Station: Sedalia F1896.7 132
Bryan, Zeph C. Pettis Sedalia Asking what is to be done with various military issue items he has 12-01-1861 F1287
Buckner, Charles; Spaden, Rush Pettis Recruiting Station: Sedalia F1896.7 9
Buckner, William; Spedin, R. R. Pettis Recruiting Station: Sedalia F1896.7 146
Burcham, Reuben J. Pettis Sedalia Oath of Allegiance 02-26-1862 F1288

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