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Name County City Subject Date Reel Number Frame Number File Number
Adams, B.; Corgan, John; Scott, Mrs. [?]; Tippet, Mrs. [?]; Ryden, Mrs. [?]; Vinson, Mrs. [?]; Mosgrove, Carroll; Hix, Philing; Hix, George; King, Hiram; Lemons, John; Wilson, Nancy; Wilson, John; Carmack, Jessie; Tompson, [?]; Warthen, Mrs. [?] etal Pulaski Waynesville Letter from Maj. J. B. Kaiser forwarding names of Pulaski and Texas County residents who have been aiding and harboring bushwhackers. Kaiser names Adams et al and provides information about the disloyal allegations against him. 09-23-1864 F1622 0709 12011
Adams, James K. Pulaski Wants to be released and know what he was arrested for F1214
Adams, James; York, Wilson; Robinson, C.; McElvy, [unknown]; Lingo, T. M.; Jones, [unknown]; York, William; Wood, W. B.; Strain, T. J.; Blair, F. P.; Strain, John; Mundy, Wash; and others Pulaski Waynesville List of prisoners. 13 names. 10-10-1862 F1589 0267 2470
Adams, William Pulaski Bond of $2,000 06-10-1863 F1214
Adams, William Pulaski Parole 06-10-1863 F1214
Admires, Jacob and Thomas Pulaski Petition for their release as prisoners 1862/11 F1215
Alexander, D. M.; Scull, G.; McNeil, John Pulaski Waynesville Copy of four-page letter by Alexander to Capt. Scull, Chief C. S. Department of Missouri; 10-1864 whiskey transported by orders of General McNeil from Rolla to Jefferson City, appropriation of whiskey by McNeil for personal use 12-15-1864 F1658 0748 21582
Anderson, Andrew Pulaski Waynesville Deposition of Adlern(?) A. Tweedy. States that Anderson was a guerrilla captain, about 50 years old and intelligent. Claims he was ordered to their camps by Anderson. 02-02-1865 F1217
Anderson, Andrew Pulaski Waynesville Deposition of Howell Bryant. Claimed Anderson was a guerrilla who was known for stealing from the area. Referred to stolen clothing, horses, and wagon loads of other goods. 02-03-1865 F1217
Anderson, Andrew Pulaski Waynesville Letter regarding case against Anderson. Anderson considered a noted guerrilla and bushwhacker. 02-03-1863 F1217
Ballard, B. N. Pulaski Bond, $1000, formerly in the Confederate army, discharged for sickness, security J. J. Laughlin 03-04-1862 F1222
Barnes, Jed Pulaski Oath of Allegiance 03-03-1862 F1183
Bartlett, Soloman; Turpin, Thomas; McMillen, James; Morgan, John; Hamilton, Samuel; Mathews, William; Rickets, Benjamin; Riddle, Isaac; Rayl, J. A.; Wilson, William; Tilley, Wilson; Bryant, Howell; Colley, Cyrus; Colley, G. W.; Hudgens, J. B.; and others Pulaski Waynesville List of Union men in Pulaski County. 16 names. 04-21-1864 F1612 0778 9362
Baston, Mary Pulaski Waynesville Affidavit in the case of George Bradford 01-30-1865 F1139
Bates, Uriah Pulaski Waynesville Affidavit in the case of George Bradford 02-07-1865 F1139
Bilyeu, Andrew J. Pulaski Waynesville Charges from Provost Marshal's office of aiding and abetting rebellion. 08/14/1862 F1465
Bishop, John L. Pulaski Loyalty oath, lives in Union Salem 06/16/1862 F1138
Black Pulaski Waynesville Letter to Provost at Rolla from Major in 11th Mo Cav re prisoner Black 12/06/1863 F1138
Black, William Pulaski Waynesville Charged with aiding and abetting rebellion by speaking treasonous words 08-14-1862 F1463
Blair, Francis A. Pulaski $1000 surety bond 02/26/1862 F1138
Blair, Francis A. Pulaski Loyalty oath witnessed by Thomas Fletcher 02/26/1863 F1138
Bowman, Thomas B.; Gatewood, George P. B.; Crumb, Oscar B.; Whitford, James; DeRay, W. W. Pulaski Little Rock Two page statement by Private Bowman, Co. K, stationed at Little Rock, Arkansas; re: his capture on 04-01-1862 by Gatewood and his men at Montevallo; details of the murder of Crumb and Whitford by Gatewood and his men 12-06-1864 F1624 0526 12528
Bright?, Thomas Pulaski Waynesville Mrs Smart can return to her residence as soon as she takes the oath of allegiance 01-19-1865 F1208
Brooks, Thomas Pulaski Waynesville $1000 bond for aiding enemies 11-01-1862 F1284
Brooks, Thomas Pulaski Waynesville Charge and specification against him F1284
Brooks, Thomas Pulaski Waynesville Oath of Allegiance 11-01-1862 F1284
Brooks, Thomas Pulaski Waynesville Parole 11-01-1862 F1284
Bryan, Alexander Pulaski Waynesville Parole 08-01-1862 F1287
Bryan, Bethel Pulaski Union Bond of $1,000 07-07-1862 F1287
Bryan, Bethel Pulaski Union Oath of Loyalty 07-11-1862 F1287
Bryan, John W. Pulaski Union Oath of Loyalty 06-30-1862 F1287
Bryan, Moses; Strain, Samuel; Martin, James; Adams, James K.; Brooks, Thomas Pulaski Waynesville List of prisoners. 09-10-1862 F1588 0837 2349
Bryant, Joseph; White, Samuel; Hunter, Hiram; Deer, John; Bryant, James; Thompson, Polly Pulaski Waynesville Cover letter for statements in case against Deer; statements not included in file 03-07-1865 F1633 0326 15185
Campbell, James Pulaski Bond in the amount of $1,000 05-22-1862 F1185
Cantrell, G. W.; Frank, Joseph; Hattos, Thomas J. Pulaski Waynesville Witnesses corresponding to the events in the testimony of Sgt. Miller and the taking of the cattle by George Ashton and Burkheart from Sgt. Eppstein 03-06-1864 F1610 0153 8720
Cantrell, George W. Pulaski Waynesville Pvt, Co E, 5th Regiment, M.S.M., statement in the case of Henry J. Honaker, who was shot and killed during an escape attempt while being transported from Tuscumbia to Waynesville 04-02-1864 F1476
Cardin, Andrew Pulaski Statement of Cardin that his was informed by his family that a group of men came to his home searching for arms. Provides list of other items men took from his home. A copy of letter follows. 10-31-1864 F1292
Carter, Allen; Rail, Jesse Pulaski Recruiting Station: Rolla F1896.4 30
Carter, W.(?) W.(?) Pulaski Oath of Loyalty F1235
Cassell, George E. Pulaski Little Rock Member of Parson's Brigade, Price's Division, letter to his parents detailing the readiness of Price's troops and that they will soon start the campaign in Missouri, for which he is glad as Arkansas is very poor and he is ready to leave 04-17-1863 F1488
Cassell, George E. Pulaski Little Rock Member of Parson's Brigade, Price's Division, letter to unknown Shaffer in St. Louis detailing the readiness of Price's troops and his desire to campaign in Missouri 04-17-1863 F1488
Catherwood, E. C.; McNeil, John; Alexander, D. M. Pulaski Waynesville Referral of documents to Col. Catherwood in the investigation of General McNeil's 10-1864 transport of whiskey from Rolla to Jefferson City, illegible 03-08-1865 F1658 0752 21582
Chapman, Orsannus Pulaski Roubidoux Township Petition that he was robbed by rebels, list of possessions taken, asks for $269.43 07-22-1862 F1236
Christison, Walker W.; McCormick, Andrew J. Pulaski Petition from loyal citizens of Pulaski County stating that Christeson, age 23, is an honest, quiet and peaceful young man who is the only remaining son of aged parents. States Christeson was induced to join the rebel army. N. D. F1605 0405 7305
Christison, Walker W.; McCormick, Andrew J. Pulaski Petition from loyal citizens of Pulaski County stating that they do not believe that Elisha Christeson played a major role in getting his son, Walker W. Christison, to join the rebel army. N. D. F1605 0404 7305
Christison, Walker W.; McCormick, Andrew J. Pulaski Petition from the loyal citizens of Pulaski County that they consider McCormick to be a quiet, honest and peaceful young man who has a wife and child dependant on him. Petitioners believe if he was released, he would be a good and loyal citizen. N. D. F1605 0408 7305
Clark, Joseph J. G. Pulaski Bond 06-10-1863 F1238
Clark, Joseph J. G. Pulaski Parole 06-10-1863 F1238
Clark, Joseph Joshwa Genney ? Pulaski Bond, $2000, arrested for disloyalty 06-10-1863 F1238
Clark, T. T. G. ? Pulaski E. Winston and William McDaniel claim that Clark was willing to guide Coleman's rebels to Waynesville and was eager to kill a Union man living nearby F1238
Coleman, Samuel Pulaski Waynesville Co E, 5th Regiment, M.S.M., statement in the case of Henry J. Honaker, who was shot and killed during an escape attempt while being transported from Tuscumbia to Waynesville 04-02-1864 F1476
Combs, James Pulaski Waynesville Co E, 5th Regiment, M.S.M., statement in the case of Henry J. Honaker, who was shot and killed during an escape attempt while being transported from Tuscumbia to Waynesville 04-02-1864 F1476
Crossland, John Pulaski $2,000 bond; arrested for general disloyalty and being rebel sympathizer 06-10-1863 F1245
Dake, G. W. Pulaski Oath before Prov. Marshal I. H. Williams at Rolla 02-13-1862 F1294
Denton, Thomas Pulaski Union Township $1500 bond for aiding enemies 11-29-1862 F1299
Denton, Thomas Pulaski Union Township Oath of Allegiance 11-29-1862 F1299
Dunagan, C. S. Pulaski Liberty Township Oath of Allegiance 04-07-1862 F1188
Duncan, Jackson D. Pulaski Waynesville Thomas Brooks thought he was a Confederate and offered to help 09-28-1862 F1284
Elliott, Benton Pulaski Oath 04-07-1862 F1311
Eppstein, H. F. Pulaski Waynesville Sergeant, 5th Cavalry, M.S.M., statement that he bought cattle from George Ashton, that Ashton's partner, Mr. Burkhartt, wasn't satisfied with the price, and they took the cattle back by force with 30 armed men 03-06-1864 F1610 0152 8720
Fiebelmann Pulaski Waynesville arrested in July for --- property of a noted rebel [mostly illegible] [illegible] F1316
Finley, Charles N. Pulaski Waynesville Letter from W. G. Pomeroy asking that Finley be given permission to travel to Arkansas to sell bacon. Claims Finley is a worthy man who wants to use the proceeds of the money to pay off a debt. 05-10-1862 F1317
Fischer, W. Pulaski Waynesville Major, statement that George Ashton couldn't deny that Sgt. Eppstein made a fair bargain with him for his cattle, and both Ashton and Burkhartt admitted they could do no better selling the cattle in St. Louis, and would sell the cattle in Waynesville 03-06-1864 F1610 0154 8720
Fischer, Waldemar Pulaski Waynesville Permission to James M. Mathews of Phelps County to have a gun in his home 07-31-1863 F1485
Fischer, Waldemar Pulaski Waynesville Report that he sends prisoner W. B. Lawson by Lieut. Julius Baushousen and scout Benjamin Moor 01-29-1864 F1153
Gaya, Lewis Pulaski $1000 Bond; sureties: L. R. Phillips, Isiah Goza. 03-17-1862 F1323
Giddeon, Abenear; Wilson, Marion Pulaski Order to Giddeon to bury body of Wilson at McCourtney's Mill. [Documents too light to read other than summary.] 12-15-1864 F1628 0463 13804
Goodman, William; Bray, Daniel; Richardson, Daniel; Watson, Thomas H.; Kimmel, William; Johnson, Hiram; Hammick, James; Gorman, Thomas; etal Pulaski Waynesville Report of Board of Assessors; gives names of claimants, date of damage occurred, property taken, township, county, names of guerrillas and secession sympathizers, amount claimed, amount of claim allowed, and remarks 11-28-1862 F1590 0333 2896
Grace, Joseph Pulaski Waynesville Note from J. M. Reed saying that Grace was arrested for stealing a coat from the wagon of a citizen. Lists the names of the witnesses. 10-15-1862 F1330
Green, Robert Pulaski $1,000 bond; security William R. Deagle; Green joined, then deserted Confederate army; is taking oath 03-26-1862 F1332
Hackeney, William M. Pulaski Waynesville Statement in the case of Henry J. Honaker, who was shot and killed during an escape attempt while being transported from Tuscumbia to Waynesville 03-22-1864 F1476
Haddox, Thomas J. Pulaski Waynesville Pvt, Co E, 5th Regiment, M.S.M., statement in the case of Henry J. Honaker, who was shot and killed during an escape attempt while being transported from Tuscumbia to Waynesville 04-02-1864 F1476
Haley, Mark J.; Byler, E. R.; Bates, James L.; Bradford, John; Wilson, William; Shank, Nicholas Pulaski Waynesville Report of Board of Assessors with claims against guerrillas and secession sympathizers. 10-31-1862 F1589 0876 2618
Haley, Mark J.; Byles, E. R.; Bates, James L.; Bradford, John; Wilson, William; Shank, Nicholas Pulaski Waynesville Report of board of assessors. List of claimants who lost property. List of guerrillas and secessionist sympathizers assessed. 10-31-1862 F1589 0499 2544
Haley, Mark; Byler, E. R.; Bates, J. L.; Bradford, John; Wilson, William; Goodman, William; Bray, Daniel; Richardson, Daniel; Watson, T.; Kimmel, William; Johnson, N.; Ranalser, Calvin; Hammeck, James; Forman, Thomas; Hammeck, William; and others Pulaski Waynesville Receipts and report from County Board of Assessors. 04-16-1863 F1595 0244 4293

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