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Name County City Subject Date Reel Number Frame Number File Number
O'Dell, Jesse Ray Crab Orchard Illegible 02-15-1865 F1250
Aikers, John N. Ray Confiscated property 1863/05 F1215
Akers, Aaron; Akers, John A. Ray Recruiting Station: Richmond F1896.3 12
Akers, J. N. Ray Richmond Accused of being a rebel and property taken 1863/05 F1215
Albert, William; Darnell, Jacob Ray Recruiting Station: Chillicothe F1893.4 69
Albright, John; Albright, Lewis Ray Recruiting Station: Richmond F1896.3 24
Alexander, John W.; Duval, James Ray Recruiting Station: Carrollton F1893.2 99
Alexander, William; Simpson, Jesse B. Ray Recruiting Station: Lexington F1895.3 155
Allen, A. Ray Richmond Brief note saying that enclosed was a subpoena for A. Allen. 08-08-1864 F1462
Allen, Abraham Ray Richmond Letter from John Grimes returning the subpoena and noting that none of the parties lived in Ray County except for Abraham Allen. 10-05-1864 F1462
Allen, Abraham; Vandovier, Lewis; Colcleasure, A. Ray Crab Orchard Letter from man stating that he could not get the evidence against two murderers; guerrillas were threatening the author's life 06-13-1864 F1616 0246 10163
Allen, Alexander; Allen, James R. Ray Recruiting Station: Richmond F1896.3 6
Allison, Christopher C. Ray Richmond Request that his bond be extended to the loyal states and territories so that he can extend his business. 03-15-1865 F1216
Anderson, Elias; Anderson, Sarah Ray Recruiting Station: Richmond F1896.3 16
Anderson, George; Anderson, Hedgeman Ray Recruiting Station: Macon F1895.5 132
Anderson, Henry and John Ray Richmond Note from Capt. D. P. Whitmen that he knew nothing of the Andersons referred to. 07-21-1864 F1217
Andrews, Charles H. Ray Report of actions for first nine days of May 1865. Report sent to Captain W. W. Braden. 05-10-1865 F1137
Arnold, Younger Ray Statement of J. C. Cates, former sheriff, regarding highway robbery by Arnold; previous crimes charged against Arnold 06-23-1863 F1219
Ashby, Richard J. Ray Richmond Requesting enlargement of parole to accommodate his freighting business 02-16-1865 F1219
Babcock, Leonard Ray Richmond Commissioner of contraband, letter to Col. Farrar stating that J. B. Shaw, security on the forfeited bond of Mr. Henley, is visiting St. Louis, probably with the idea of being released from the bond, recommends he not be so 05-25-1863 F1488
Baber, Relda Ray Sworn questioning about George G. Gibson 03-24-1863 F1325
Baker, George; Baker Ray Recruiting Station: Kingston F1894.10 55
Ballew, Charles Ray Statement that he knew John S. Downey of Carroll County had been sick some in the spring but had broken hemp for work, but had been unable to travel 07-01-1863 F1305
Ballew, David Ray Statement that John S. Downey of Carroll County was poorly and unable to travel in the spring and was worried that some men had got a bad report of him 07-01-1863 F1305
Banister, Nathaniel Ray Richmond Received payment in full for three months rent of an office for the use of Provost Marshal David P. Whitmer 08-04-1863 F1223
Barber, Lucy Ray Sworn questioning about George G. Gibson 03-24-1863 F1325
Barr, A. J. Ray Statement in the case of A. Brasher 05-08-1863 F1282
Barr, A. J. Ray Richmond Report to Col. J. Moss that scout reports Josiah Nelson and David Bivens provide subsistence to bushwhackers 04/09/1863 F1138
Baylip, Nelson; Baylip, Thomas Ray Recruiting Station: Boonville F1892.2 183
Bentley, Anne Ray Statement in the case of A. Brasher 05-09-1863 F1282
Berry, Thomas J.; Hughes, William Ray Statement of charges against prisoner Thomas J. Berry of Co. C 23rd Missouri Volunteer Infantry arrested in Ray County, charged with stealing wool from the barn of William Hughes of Ray County in June 1863 01-??-1864 F1607 0908 7971
Beshears, Green; Beshears, A. D. Ray Recruiting Station: Lexington F1895.3 153
Beshears, John N.; Beshears, A. D. Ray Recruiting Station: Lexington F1895.3 154
Biggers, Thomas B. Ray Richmond Major Biggers of Camp King, Richmond, MO, issues contract for Dr. A. J. Barr to attend to sick soldiers. 06/25/1862 F1465
Bird, A. K. Reybourn; Nance, [unknown]; Colley, Samuel; Narrimore, Judge; Robert, G. W. Dunn; Hughes, Joseph S.; King, A. A.; Jacobs, C.; Garner, C. T.; Black, J. W.; Wasson,, George; Colley, Capt. P.; Riggs, Capt. E.; Rowland, J. D.; and others Ray Richmond List of prominent men of Ray County and their political status. 19 names. 04-22-1864 F1612 0454 9290
Black, Joseph E. Ray Richmond Affidavit for the good character of Wilson R. Holman 03-14-1865 F1475
Boggs, Wade Ray Grape Grove Township Loyalty Oath 06/25/1862 F1184
Bohannan, McComer; Bohannan, Louis Ray Recruiting Station: Chillicothe F1893.4 100
Boon, Francis Ray Sworn questioning about George G. Gibson 03-24-1863 F1325
Bransford, Henry; Bransford, Walter Ray Recruiting Station: Kingston F1894.10 66
Bransford, Wilford Ray Richmond Petition to release him 08-20-1863 F1139
Brice, Maggie Ray Parole 02-06-1863 F1283
Brice, Maggie; Fowler, Bettie; Fowler, Sallie; Maloney, John; Thomas, George W.; Firman, Daniel H.; Snyder, Simon; Rhine, Patrick; Simpson, Walter; Wall, Van; Unger, John; Sweat, Jeremiah Ray Banishment orders for three women accused of making clothing for bushwhackers. Special Order No. 19, transfer of prisoners to St. Louis. 02-11-1865 F1631 0406 14667
Brockman, Daniel; Brockman, Asa Ray Recruiting Station: Lexington F1895.3 81
Brown, Joseph Ray Oath of Allegiance 01-22-1862 F1285
Campbell, [?] Ray Statement of David Mott that Campbell associates in both Lexington and Richmond with secessionists. Believes Campbell is acting as a spy and is selling liquor in violation of orders. 08-08-1862 F1185
Campbell, [?] Ray Richmond Letter from C. T. Garner stating that Mrs. Campbell was making an effort to get her husband released from prison in Alton, IL. States Campbell is known as a good citizen and honorable man. 07-01-1862 F1185
Campbell, Aaron; Campbell, Jeremiah Ray Recruiting Station: Richmond F1896.3 25
Campbell, James M. Ray Richmond Request by Campbell that the limits imposed by his bond be extended to include all of the free states. Currently limited to Ray and Carroll Counties. 03-14-1865 F1185
Campbell, Jeremiah Ray Richmond Affidavit against Jeremiah C. Crowley, document is illegible 12-30-1863 F1607 0354 7825
Campbell, Jeremiah; Duvaul, James Ray Statement by Campbell that James Duvaul, supports the Confederacy; document is illegible 12-??-1863 F1608 0079 7990
Carrol, William Ray Statement in the case of A. Brasher 05-09-1863 F1282
Carroll, William Ray Knoxville Statement of John C. Tippin that he knows Carroll since he has given bond and knows him to be a quiet and peaceful man. 03-12-1865 F1293
Carroll, William A. Ray Richmond Request of Carroll that the limits of his parole be extended to include the loyal states and territories. Says he needs to travel for his business so he can provide for his family. 03-17-1865 F1293
Carroll, William M. Ray Knoxville Request that the limits of his bond be extended so that he could cross the plains to Oregon to permanently change his residence. Current residence - Caldwell County. 03-22-1865 F1293
Carson, Nancy Ray Statement in the case of A. Brasher 05-07-1863 F1282
Carter, Edward Ray Sworn statement\Testimony 04-30-1863 F1235
Carter, Edward D. Ray Oath of Loyalty 01-17-1863 F1235
Carter, Edward D.; Carter, Jesse G.; Wall, Octavius Ray Richmond Correspondence referencing the estate of Jesse Carter, free papers given to Negroes, and attachment suits against Wall. 04-30-1863 F1595 0318 4300
Carter, John; Carter, Landon Ray Recruiting Station: Chillicothe F1893.4 83
Carter, Landon T. Ray Sworn statement 04-30-1863 F1235
Carter,Edward D.; et. al. Ray Bond 01-17-1863 F1235
Casey, Thomas J. Ray Richmond Requests that the limits of his parole be extended to include free states and territories 02-??-1865 F1140
Casey, Thomas S. Ray Richmond Request of Claytown Liffice (?) that Casey be given permission to purchase six dozen cans of rifle powder and ship them to Richmond. 09-02-1864 F1140
Cass, [unknown] Ray Richmond Investigation of guerrilla activity in Clinton County and shots fired at George McCullough's. 05-29-1863 F1597 0677 4953
Child, Benjamin P. Ray Hardin Letter requesting military force to quell a band of men marauding the countryside at Hardin, document is illegible 01-09-1863 F1607 0302 7813
Clark, John Ray Statement in the case of A. Brasher 05-09-1863 F1282
Clark, Vinct; Clark, R. B. Ray Recruiting Station: Lexington F1895.3 134
Clemmins, Spencer; Mance, Isiah Ray Recruiting Station: Chillicothe F1893.4 33
Cleveland, Jesse Ray Bond 08-23-1862 F1239
Cleveland, Jesse Ray Oath of Loyalty 09-09-1862 F1239
Clevenger, Aaron Ray Fishing River Township Clevenger's statement against Felix G. Froman and his violation of bond and departure from Ray County in March of 1863, believes Froman owns land in Gentry County and that Samuel Cummins of Clay County posted Froman's bond 12-24-1863 F1607 0344 7825
Clevenger, Aaron; Page, J. D.; Whitmer, David P. Ray Richmond Deposition by Aaron Clevenger and J. D. Page, stating that they posed as Jackson County bushwhackers at the home of David Bivins in Ray County were fed and well received; report Bivins is a Southern man and supported the robbery of the boat at Sibley 07-25-1863 F1608 0044 7985
Clevenger, Aaron; Page, J. D.; Wilson, Josiah; Whitmer, David P. Ray Richmond Deposition by Aaron Clevenger and J. D. Page, stating they posed as Jackson County bushwhackers at the home of Josiah Wilson of Clay County; Wilson stated "when you kill a Fed you kill a jayhawker", traded horses with Clevenger and Page and provided food 07-25-1863 F1608 0050 7985
Clevenger, Aaron; Page, J. D.; Wilson, Josiah; Whitmer, David P. Ray Richmond Deposition by Aaron Clevenger and J. D. Page, stating they posed as Jackson County bushwhackers at the home of Josiah Wilson of Clay County; Wilson told that he had been arrested and badly treated by the Federals and had taken the oath and posted bond 07-25-1863 F1608 0050 7985

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