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Name County City Subject Date Reel Number Frame Number File Number
Allen, Hugh Pike Louisiana Establishing a weekly paper about the Union and opposing seccession rebellion 07-03-1863 F1158
Allen, Hugh Pike Louisiana In behalf of James Monaghan asking for a speedy trial 05-21-1863 F1158
Allison, Joseph C. Pike Louisiana Prisoner list showing that he was received at Gratiot Street Prison. 05-25-1863 F1216
Allison, Joseph C. Pike Louisiana Statement of George W. Anderson that Allison was disloyal. 05-25-1863 F1216
Allison, Martha Pike Louisiana Letter from George H. Anderson complaining that Allison refused to feed Union soldiers. Two public houses in Louisiana, one Union and "Dixie House" owned by Allison. Suggested she be arrested. 12-05-1864 F1216
Allison, Martha Pike Louisiana Statement of two residents that Allison's hotel had been known as "Dixie House" for nearly four years and that it was common destination for rebels. 01-30-1865 F1216
Allison, Martha Pike Louisiana United States vs. Mrs. Martha Allison. Statement of Corporal Deaver that Allison owned a hotel known as "Dixie House" and refused to feed Federal soldiers. Stood in doorway and refused admittance. 01-21-1865 F1216
Allison, Robert Pike Oath 01-26-1865 F1216
Allison, Robert Pike Louisiana Letter from Notary Public endorsing Allison's loyalty. 01-19-1865 F1216
Allison, Robert Pike Louisiana Statement that Allison was a loyal Union man and visits Camp Douglas to see his nephew who is a prisoner there. 01-20-1865 F1216
Applehaus, John P. Pike Louisiana Letter barely legible. In reference to Applehaus selling arms and ammunition without permits. 11-??-1864 F1137
Armstrong, William Pike Louisiana Cover letter by Capt. Hiram Baxter for Armstrong's statement concerning rebels 12-16-1863 F1218
Arnold, Daniel W. Pike Ashley Wishes to recover shotgun taken from home during military search; notation: guns are not returned on taking oath 05-12-1862 F1219
Atkinson, S. T. Pike Letter From Gratiot St. Prison to brother John Atkinson requesting assistance obtaining parole; leg is bad and is in hospital N.D. F1220
Atkinson, Samuel Pike "In prison 5 months and leg nearly rotten--no use to himself or anybody--ought to be released without delay" N.D. F1220
Atkinson, Samuel Pike Atkinson's statement 04-01-1864 F1220
Atkinson, Samuel Pike Cover letter from Geo. Anderson, E.M.M., accompanying petition objecting to Atkinson's release 10-24-1862 F1220
Atkinson, Samuel Pike Cover of statement by Atkinson; after his surrender to U.S. military he was unconditionally released; has given bond 03-14-1864 F1220
Atkinson, Samuel Pike Papers in case being forwarded ??-??-186? F1220
Atkinson, Samuel Pike Petition from loyal citizens remonstrating against petition to release Atkinson, held in St. Louis N.D. F1220
Atkinson, Samuel Pike Special Order No. 3 to arrest Atkinson and take bond for his appearance, also to collect evidence in case 04-27-1864 F1220
Atkinson, Samuel Pike Statement of Samuel Willis regarding Atkinson in Rebel army ??-??-186? F1220
Atkinson, Samuel T.; Willis, Samuel J.; Willis, Gideon; Lane, J. G.; Coff, James; Hallis, F.; Ray, James H.; etal Pike Letters and petitions on behalf of 3 men from Pike County being held prisoners in St. Louis; seek release; gives some details on guerrilla activity in Pike County; statement from doctor on Atkinson's condition 01-24-1863 F1590 0395 2907
Ayres, Amos B Pike Louisiana Consent of securities Thomas J. and S. B. Ayres, Spencerburg, that the Provost Marshall has extended the limits of parole to Missouri and Illinois 08-02-1864 F1463
Ayres, Amos B Pike Louisiana File cover notations ; states that he was arrested 05-1862 and limited to Pike and Ralls Counties, limits of parole will be extended 08-09-1864 F1463
Ayres, Amos B Pike Louisiana Letter requesting extension of limits of parole in order to seek employment in St. Louis or Chicago 08-09-1864 F1463
Ayres, Amos B Pike Louisiana Oath; limited to Ralls and Pike Counties 05-26-1862 F1463
Ayres, Silas; Ayres, Thomas J. Pike Recruiting Station: Hannibal F1894.1 179
Bartlett, Ezekiel M. Pike Louisiana Doctor, statement concerning an examination of George Parks, injured in the Battle of Lone Jack, and outburst of disloyal sentiment from Dr. Benjamin M. Griffith 08-24-1864 F1334
Bern, Thomas Pike Claim for damages due to guerrilla depredations: one horse and tack worth $113 12-06-1862 F1231
Berry, George; Berry, Harrison Pike Recruiting Station: Troy F1897.1 66
Beveridge, John S. Pike Pilot Knob Inquirery F1149
Blanton, Burton; Blanton, John Pike Recruiting Station: Troy F1897.1 62
Brasheres, Henry; Ferril, John Pike Recruiting Station: Hannibal F1894.2 71
Brown, Mark T. Pike Oath of Allegiance and bond ($5,000) 03-08-1862 F1286
Brown, William L.; Crow, Luther Pike Louisiana Letter regarding notice served on men 03-22-1865 F1633 0339 15190
Burks, William Pike Ashley Cover sheet for documents regarding prisoner Burks 11-??-1864 F1626 1005 13266
Burks, William; Marsh, ?; Reid, John H.; Burks, A. G.; Walker, M. H.; Walker, James W. Pike Ashley Two-page statement by Reid regarding prisoner Burks; believes Burks to be a former Confederate who is loyal and was forcibly conscripted, recommends his release upon posting bond 11-??-1864 F1626 1006 13266
Callis? and Chamberlian Pike Conversation with Monaghan about establishment of a newspaper 05-01-1863 F1158
Calvert, J. W. Pike Report on A.H. Buckner 09-24-1861 F1287
Calvert, J. W. Pike Report on Edwin B. Hull 09-24-1861 F1287
Calvert, J. W. Pike Report on Geo. D. Merryweather 09-23-1861 F1287
Campbell, R. A. Pike Bowling Green Alex Jackson, 17, fell into bad company, but is good lad and should be released 12-5-1862 F1477
Canfield, C. H. Pike Statement of Francis M. Straube. Much of it is illegible. Regarding slave named Berry, who was whipped in Wellsville. Notes Berry wanted to join the army. Canfield is referred to in document. 04-20-1864 F1292
Capps, Andrew and W. B. Pike Louisiana Letter from E. P. Johnson, Circuit Court Judge, stating that he had received the request that Capps (Andrew and W. B.) be tried before the civil court. Asks that they be held until September. 04-17-1865 F1292
Carr, George; Carr, William Pike Recruiting Station: Wellsville F1897.6 70
Carr, Robert C. Pike Clarksville Request from Carr that a guard be sent to keep black troops from his premises. Said troops came to his home and wanted food, which he gave them; said next time they wanted silver forks with meal. 09-17-1864 F1293
Carroll, Clifford Pike Clarksville Statement of N. T. Swinney that he went to Carroll's store and asked for ammunition. Carroll said he didn't know if he could sell to him; Swinney convinced him to. Says Carroll is a loyal man. 12-03-1864 F1293
Carstarphen, James E. Pike Louisiana Letter from Carstarphen regarding his brother, who wants to go home to Hannibal from his present location in Mississippi. Had permission to go for his health. Fears he will be arrested in Hannibal. 06-11-1863 F1293
Carstarphen, William P. Pike Louisiana Letter from D. P. Dyer stating that Carstarphen had been in the south for his health; has all necessary paperwork. States he fears he will be arrested in Hannibal. He is still in poor health. 06-11-1863 F1293
Carter, Daniel W.; Carter, John Pike Recruiting Station: Troy F1897.1 99
Carter, Robert; Carter, John Pike Recruiting Station: Troy F1897.1 96
Carter, Sr., John C. Pike Asks for permission to go to the South with his family 01-19-1865 F1235
Carter, William P.; Anderson, Bill; Johnston, A. V. E.; Jolly, Maggie Pike Louisiana Five page statement by Carter; heard of Anderson's fight at Centralia, while at a brick kiln; heard of fight with Johnston on 09-26-1864; "never saw Bill Anderson", does not understand the note from Maggie Jolly found in his possession 10-08-1864 F1624 0554 12528
Carter, William P.; Carter, Alexander Pike Louisiana Five page statement by Carter; "I would not go into the brush, as I never liked bushwhacking"; left home because of argument with his father about a horse; father lives on Davis Fork; Carter attended preaching at the Methodist Conference in Mexico 10-08-1864 F1624 0555 12528
Carter, William P.; Carter, Alexander Pike Louisiana Five page statement by Carter; arrested at ferry landing near Louisiana on 10-06-1864, age 19, resident of Audrain County; has been at home for the last two years with his father Alexander Carter; was involved in the Porter Raid of 1862 10-08-1864 F1624 0551 12528
Carter, William P.; Carter, Alexander; Porter, ?; Pike Louisiana Five page statement by Carter; was in Capt. Pointer's Company at Porter's Raid; returned home and gave himself up, was taken prisoner by Capt. McRobert's, company and held 10 days; posted bond and swore oath of allegiance 10-08-1864 F1624 0552 12528
Carter, William P.; Culbertson, Joseph; Jolly, William Pike Louisiana Five page statement by Carter; stayed at home until 10-1864 when he traveled with Jolly to the home of Preacher Culbertson, at Grand Prairie, Callaway County; encountered some of (Bill) Anderson's men at Madisonville 10-08-1864 F1624 0553 12528
Carter, William P.; Jolly, Maggie Pike Louisiana Two page letter by prisoner Carter to Jolly; has asked his father Alexander Carter, to secure his release; asks Jolly to write "you must not wright anything that is contraband for if you do I will not git it, you must be very careful what you say" 10-07-1864 F1624 0571 12528
Caryle, John A. Pike Bowling Green Oath of Loyalty 02-25-1863 F1235
Clements, William Pike $15 claim filed for revolver stolen by band of guerrillas; file notation: claim allowed by committee 12-12-1862 F1239
Colvin, James E. G. Pike Report of Colvin to the Provost Marshal in accordance with his parole stating that he was at home and sick with a fever. 08-05-1863 F1467
Colvin, James E. G. Pike Report of Colvin to the Provost Marshal in accordance with this parole. Notes he has nothing of interest to write about except that he is trying to tend to his farm. 08-13-1863 F1467
Colvin, James E. G. Pike Report of Colvin to the Provost Marshal in accordance with this parole. Notes he has nothing of interest to write about except that his health showed some improvement. 07-08-1863 F1467
Colvin, James E. G. Pike Report of Colvin to the Provost Marshal in accordance with this parole. Notes he has nothing of interest to write about, merely tending to his farm. 10-21-1863 F1467
Colvin, James E. G. Pike Report of Colvin to the Provost Marshal in accordance with this parole. Notes he has nothing of interest to write about. Adds that he has had a fine fall without much frost yet. 10-06-1863 F1467
Colvin, James E. G. Pike Report of Colvin to the Provost Marshal in accordance with this parole. Notes he has nothing of interest to write about. 08-2?-1863 F1467
Colvin, James E. G. Pike Report of Colvin to the Provost Marshal in accordance with this parole. Notes he has nothing of interest to write about. 08-27-1863 F1467
Colvin, James E. G. Pike Report of Colvin to the Provost Marshal in accordance with this parole. Notes he has nothing of interest to write about. 09-??-1863 F1467
Colvin, James E. G. Pike Report of Colvin to the Provost Marshal in accordance with this parole. Notes he has nothing of interest to write about. 09-09-1863 F1467
Colvin, James E. G. Pike Report of Colvin to the Provost Marshal in accordance with this parole. Notes he has nothing of interest to write about. 09-19-1863 F1467
Colvin, James E. G. Pike Report of Colvin to the Provost Marshal in accordance with this parole. Notes he has nothing of interest to write about. 11-06-1863 F1467
Colvin, James E. G. Pike Report of Colvin to the Provost Marshal in accordance with this parole. Notes he is very unwell. Asks Provost Marshal to excuse his scribbling. 07-01-1863 F1467
Colvin, James E. G. Pike Report of Colvin to the Provost Marshal in accordance with this parole. Notes that his area has been very dry and has resulted in very light corn crops. 10-29-1863 F1467
Colvin, James E. G. Pike Report of Colvin to the Provost Marshal in accordance with this parole. Notes that his health is somewhat improved. 07-23-1863 F1467

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