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Name County City Subject Date Reel Number Frame Number File Number
Adams, E.; Clark, William; Whitwith, William; Whitwith, B.; Eperson, P.; Moore, D.; Hicks, G.; McQuitty, David; Toles, J. Putnam Inventory of horses turned over to the Provost Marshal; gives brief description of each horse, who it was taken from and where they were from (generally Schuyler and Putnam Counties) 05-19-1862 F1585 0534 1217
Armstrong, David Putnam Unionville Affidavit from Edley Christian that Armstrong criticized the president and congress 05-05-1863 F1218
Batson, James Putnam Charge and specification against him F1226
Batson, Samuel Putnam Charge and specification against him 06-24-1863 F1226
Beaty, D. N.; Applegate, H. P.; Ledford, G. W. R.; Lewis, William; Hermon, Milford; Moore, William H.; McKinley, D. P.; McKinley, James; Guffey, Ephraim; Kinley, Q. M.; Crawford, William A.; Fowler, Samuel; Reeves, Jerry; etc. Putnam Unionville Petition for the release of Thomas G. Stanberry, arrested for writing a disloyal letter they believe was meant to keep the rebels from doing him personal injury 02-05-1863 F1267
Berry, Joseph H. Putnam Bond, $1,000, arrested for disloyalty and being a rebel sympathizer, security John Ryals, Sr. 07-15-1863 F1231
Berry, Joseph H. Putnam Oath of Allegiance, physical description included, witnesses Wallace Jones and William T. Sprigg 07-15-1863 F1231
Berry, Joseph H. Putnam Unionville Charges and specifications: aiding and assisting his sons, William Berry and Charles Berry, to join the rebel army and using disloyal and seditious sentiments ??-??-186? F1231
Brock, Martha Putnam Heard Samuel Batson say he would have shot William Estep if Estep had been after his brother 06-19-1863 F1226
Bryant, Andrew J.; Baccus, Othenial; Winder, L. D.; Meeks, George W.; Dunlap, John; Rothrock, Adam B.; Trent, Robert B.; Rice, William J.; Rice, Erastus Putnam Statement regarding a secret society sometimes called the Democratic Organization; members were against the conscription law and the Emancipation Proclamation; additional names were listed but crossed out 08-01-1863 F1601 1090 6269
Campbell, David Putnam Heard Samuel Batson say he would shoot William Estep 06-19-1863 F1226
Campbell, Marion Putnam Heard Samuel Batson say he would have shot Isaac Stotlemyer if someone hadn't stopped him 06-22-1863 F1226
Caul, Thomas Putnam Unionville Statement of Alexander Wires that he has known Caul for 8 years and that he has always known him to be a Union man; states Caul supported Union candidates for the State Convention in 1861. 08-22-1863 F1140
Caul, Thomas Putnam Unionville Statement of C. A. Elson that he has been in Caul's company frequently since the start of the war and has never heard him say anything disloyal regarding the government. 08-26-1863 F1140
Caul, Thomas Putnam Unionville Statement of David Howery that he knew Caul for 12-13 years and has never known him to do or say anything disloyal against the government; heard Caul say he joined service to "kill damned rebels." 08-22-1863 F1140
Caul, Thomas Putnam Unionville Statement of F. Rogers. Cannot read handwriting. 08-24-1863 F1140
Caul, Thomas Putnam Unionville Statement of James Corbin that he had never heard of Caul performing a disloyal act; he did hear him say that he was not an "Administration man." 08-24-1863 F1140
Caul, Thomas Putnam Unionville Statement on James Corbin that he heard Caul state that he (Caul) was "no administration man and that he was down on the administration" and that he belonged to the democratic league. 05-23-1863 F1140
Cox, John Putnam Charged with uttering disloyal sentiments and encouraging the rebellion ??-??-186? F1242
Dunlap, John W.; Litefoot, Jurdan J. Putnam Unionville Prisoners to report, probably to the office of the provost marshal; Dunlap had been given a pass to go to Hannibal; Litefoot [Lightfoot] had been joined the Missouri State Militia 08-14-1863 F1601 1104 6275
Durbin, Nathan J.; Wallace, William D.; Morgan, William C.; Sumners, Clifford L.; Bradshaw, Edward C.; Meek, George W.; Dunlap, John; Morris, Shelton; George, Eliphus; Lightfoot, George J.; Nichols, Jonah H.; Wyrick, G. W.; Winder, L. D.; and others Putnam Statement regarding a secret society variously called the Democratic Society, the Copperhead Organization, or the Knights of the Golden Circle 08-13-1863 F1601 1093 6270
Estep, Delilah Putnam Heard James Batson say he was going to kill a few men 06-19-1863 F1226
Estep, Zachariah Putnam Heard James Batson say he intended to use his gun on his neighbors 06-18-1863 F1226
Franklin, John N. Putnam Chariton Mills Letter from Franklin to Gen. Schofield informing him that they plan to get rid of the guerrillas who are "infesting this section of the county." They wish to be armed and equipped by the state. 07-27-1862 F1322
Galivan, Mary Putnam Heard James Batson say John Campbell should die 06-22-1863 F1226
Gorman, Patrick Putnam Lucerne Oath of allegiance 02-22-1864 F1329
Guffey, Joshua H.; Smith, Joseph R.; Chapman, Aquilla Putnam Unionville Statement that William B. Starr was not at the residence of David S. Lamme on the night of July 30 because he was at the courthouse at dark 08-05-1863 F1267
Haight, Harmon Putnam Charged with uttering disloyal sentiment when he spoke against the government and present administration; charged with giving comfort to the enemy 04- ?-1863 F1190
Haight, Harmon (Herman) Putnam Bond ($1,000) with William Smith and George Wells as securities; arrested on charge of disloyalty and being a rebel sympathizer (spelling of first name appears as Harmon and Herman in same document) 07-17-1863 F1190
Haight, Herman Putnam Oath of Allegiance; description (age, 58) 07-21-1863 F1190
Haight, Herman Putnam Sworn statement by Peter Taylor that Haight said that Lincoln had gone contrary to the Constitution; Jeff Davis was fighting for his rights; conversation was in favor of southern confederacy 06-24-1863 F1190
Haight, Herman Putnam Unionville Haight, a prisoner in custody, signed his "parole of honor" to report in person to Provost Marshal under penalty of death for a violation 07-17-1863 F1190
Haight, Herman Putnam Unionville Sworn statement by Abraham Bruner that Haight said the government had no right to call out men to fight the south; said northern states were first to secede; favored south and was against government 06-24-1863 F1190
Harbert, William M.; Jarman, Thomas P.; Thompson, Peter; Wallace, William D.; Rothrock, Adam; Vaughn, Amos F.; Meek, George W.; Dunlap, John; Rice, William; Morris, Shelton; Lightfoot, George J.; Nichols, Jonah H.; Wyrick, G. W.; Winder, L. D.; and others Putnam Statement regarding a secret society variously called the Knights of the Golden Circle, the Democratic Society, or the Copperhead Organization 08-11-1863 F1601 1098 6272
Helms, Mary Putnam Unionville Statement of Josiah Spencer that he heard Helms say that "she would be damned if John (her husband) was going to fight to free the damned negroes" and other disloyal statements. 06-11-1863 F1470
Henry, John Putnam Oath of allegiance and physical description 06-22-1863 F1471
Henry, John Putnam Unionville Statement of Henry L. Haynes that he heard Henry claim that abolitionists were the cause of the rebellion. In addition, Henry said that South was fighting for its rights. 06-10-1863 F1471
Henry, John Putnam Unionville Statement of Thomas N. Loyd that he heard Henry claim that abolitionists were the cause of the rebellion. In addition, Henry said that South was fighting for its rights. 06-10-1863 F1471
Hulen, Orren Putnam Unionville Testimony in support of his being loyal 07-08-1863 F1147
Jeffries, James R. Putnam Affidavit of John Graham; Jeffries initiated him into "Democratic Organization" publicly known as "Copperhead Society"; recommendation to send south to "indulge his sympathies" 08-13-1863 F1347
Jeffries, James R. Putnam Affidavit of Peter Thompson, N. J. Durbin and William M. Harbert that members of Organization of Copperheads are instructed, if arrested, to make oath that they know nothing of it 08-13-1863 F1347
Jeffries, James R. Putnam Jeffries's statement that man from Iowa told him of secret organization to oppose abolitionists; gave signs and passwords, including infantry; swore in 3 men; Thompson urged bushwhacking 08-21-1863 F1347
Jeffries, James R. Putnam Petition from Putnam County men for his release; he did not understand the Copperhead organization was opposed to the U.S. government 09-21-1863 F1347
Jeffries, James R. Putnam Statement of Benjamin S. Shipley; he belongs to Democratic Organization, sworn in with John Graham by James Jeffries; they have secret signs and passwords 08-13-1863 F1347
Jeffries, James R. Putnam Statement: age 43; opposes war and coercion of south; not in E.M.M.; may be a copperhead; swore 3 men to support U.S. and state and not take arms; are Peace Democrats; rebel Col. Jeffries may be cousin 09-09-1863 F1347
Johnson, Elijah Putnam Oath of allegiance and physical description. 06-19-1863 F1348
Johnson, Elijah Putnam Unionville Statement of Josiah Spencer that Johnson told him that his son, James Johnson, came home in the middle of the night. Johnson told his son to get away as soon as he could. 06-11-1863 F1348
Johnson, Elijah Putnam Unionville Statement of W. M. West that Johnson came to him and traded property for a wagon and harness to allow his son and daughter-in-law to move. Notes that Johnson's son deserted from the service. 06-11-1863 F1348
Lane, John E. Putnam Unionville Statement that he saw Joseph H. Berry give his sons, William Berry and Charles Berry, money to go to Price's army, and after he returned, William Berry told him he'd been in Price's army 06-01-1863 F1231
Lane, William Putnam Unionville Statement that Joseph H. Berry said he'd outfitted his two sons to join Price's army and fight for their country 06-03-1863 F1231
Martin, George Putnam Unionville David S. Lamme's statement: 14 men hanged him to get secrets of Knights of the Golden Circle or Copperheads; swore him to support Abolitionist party and leave state or report himself and Democrats 08-04-1863 F1368
Martin, George Putnam Unionville Statement of Alexander Martin: on 30 July Martin came to his house and stayed until daylight 08-05-1863 F1368
Martin, George Putnam Unionville Statement of David Cooley: on 30 July Martin was by his house then went in direction of Joseph Pettit's; is not guilty of charges alleged by Lamme 08-04-1863 F1368
Martin, George Putnam Unionville Statement of John L. Thomas: on 30 July Martin was by his house at sundown then went home; he is not guilty of charges alleged by Lamme 08-04-1863 F1368
Martin, James L. Putnam Unionville Statement that William B. Starr was not at the residence of David S. Lamme on the night of July 30 because he slept with him all night in the courthouse 08-04-1863 F1267
Mikels, David Putnam Heard James Batson say he would have shot Patrick Daily if Daily had been there when he had his gun 06-22-1863 F1226
Rogers, James F. Putnam Charges and specifications against James Slover: using disloyal language and bartering government property by wanting to see all the Union soldiers at Unionville killed ??-??-186? F1270
Rogers, James F. Putnam Unionville Assistant Provost Marshal, statement that while being examined, Joseph H. Berry said his sympathy was with the south, and when he was told he would have to go to headquarters, stated that he wished he'd gone bushwhacking 06-03-1863 F1231
Rogers, James F. Putnam Unionville Charges and specifications against John Stockton: conspiring against the United States government as a member of a secret society trying to subvert and destroy the government and helping the rebels ??-??-1863 F1270
Rogers, James L. Putnam Unionville Charges listed against Sarvis Hall: using disloyal language and ordering his son out of the detailed militia 02-??-1863 F1336
Rothrock, Adam; and others Putnam Unionville List of men arrested; poor quality image on microfilm, largely illegible 08-24-1863 F1601 1102 6274
Royce, John Putnam York Township Oath of allegiance 07-16-1863 F1396
Royce, John Putnam York Township States that he is a Union man, and hired a man to go into the service in his place because he could not leave home at the time 07-16-1863 F1396
Schaal, Emanuel Putnam Parole 03-23-1864 F1162
Schaal, Emanuel Putnam Reports as required by parole 04-13-1864 F1162
Schaal, Emanuel Putnam Reports as required by parole 04-18-1864 F1162
Schaal, Emanuel Putnam Reports as required by parole 04-29-1864 F1162
Schaal, Emanuel Putnam Reports as required by parole 05-04-1864 F1162
Schaal, Emanuel Putnam Reports as required by parole 05-10-1864 F1162
Schaal, Emanuel Putnam Reports as required by parole 07-09-1864 F1162
Schaal, Emanuel Putnam Reports as required by parole 07-23-1864 F1162
Shackleford, James T.; Morris, William B.; Shackleford, William C.; Rogers, James F.; Morris, W. Putnam Unionville Deposition of agents for William Shackleford of Chariton County, MO regarding stolen horse; claim horse was stolen by Negroes making an escape 06-09-1863 F1598 0132 5085
Shelton, William A. Putnam Unionville Statement that most of the names on the petition for Thomas G. Stanberry are loyal 02-05-1863 F1267
Shelton, William A. Putnam Unionville Statement that the names on the petition for Thomas G. Stanberry are loyal 02-12-1863 F1267
Shelton, William A. Putnam Unionville Statement to Maj. George Merrill that Thomas S. Stansberry doesn't own any property in the county, but was part owner of a saw and grist mill that was later seized for indebtedness 03-09-1863 F1267

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