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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. Schuyler Lancaster 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
Arnold, Mark Schuyler Offered to take care of the Calvin Jarvis family if Jarvis would go with rebel army; took oath and gave bond 1862 N.D. F1219
Ayer, John Schuyler U.S. vs Ayer, charged with treason and being a guerrilla; deposition of Thomas Walker ??-??-1862 F1463
Ayers, John S. Schuyler Cherry Grove Oath 01-31-1863 F1463
Biles, E. G. Schuyler Statement by neighbors that he is a loyal Union man and should be released from Macon City prison. 10/23/1862 F1465
Biles, E. G. Schuyler Lancaster Statement by neighbors concerning his loyalty. 09/29/1862 F1465
Biles, Graham Schuyler Lancaster Statement against Graham Biles by Benjamin Thomas taken by Captain Peter Thompson. 09/10/1862 F1465
Biles, Graham Schuyler Lancaster Statement against Graham Biles by Mason Wise taken by Captain Peter Thompson. 09/10/1862 F1465
Biles, Graham Schuyler Lancaster Statement by David Coy against Graham Biles taken by Captain Peter Thompson. 09/10/1862 F1465
Biles, Graham Schuyler Lancaster Statement by John Thompson against Graham Biles taken by Captain Peter Thompson. 09/10/1862 F1465
Bradley, William F. Schuyler Lancaster Statement that he saw Samuel Lockett mustering in the rebel service and is a bushwhacker 06-11-1863 F1482
Brewer, Howell Schuyler Lancaster Statement that he saw Samuel Lockett mustering with rebel Capt. Parker in 1861-62, and was a known horse thief and bushwhacker 06-11-1863 F1482
Buchanan, Arthur Schuyler Statement that George W. Hicks is a secessionist, was in the camp near Lancaster, but doesn't know of him being a marauder and thief 04-16-1862 F1192
Bush, Jonathan Schuyler Bond ($1,000); Oath of Allegiance 05-21-1862 F1290
Carman, David T. Schuyler Oath of allegiance 04-09-1862 F1292
Carman, John and A. W. Schuyler Case before Provost - charge of having contraband horses. Affidavit of A. W. Carman regarding horses taken from his farm which belonged to John Carmen, who was in the rebel army. 04-20-1862 F1292
Carman, John and A. W. Schuyler Case before Provost - charge of having contraband horses. Affidavit of Jacob Miller regarding horses belonging to John Carmen, who was in the rebel army. 04-23-1862 F1292
Casper, William; McGoldrick, John; Gatlin, G. W.; Fonell, Wesley; French, Edwin Schuyler Lancaster Two page document reporting the meeting of Schuyler County public safety committee; order from General Fisk disbanding the Provisional Company of Schuyler County E.M.M., arms to be turned over to Major Lyle at Mexico 11-30-1864 F1625 0977 12886
Casper, William; McGoldrick, John; Gatlin, G. W.; Fonell, Wesley; French, Edwin Schuyler Lancaster Two-page document reporting the meeting of Schuyler County public safety committee; Schuyler County men are requesting to keep fifty arms during the winter for protection; disloyal are returning to the county and have not paid commutation tax 11-30-1864 F1625 0977 12886
Casper, William; McGoldrick, John; Gatlin, G. W.; Fonell, Wesley; French, Edwin Schuyler Lancaster Two-page document reporting the meeting of Schuyler County public safety committee; two rebel men from Davis County Iowa, are hiding in the brush in Schuyler County and need to be arrested 11-30-1864 F1625 0978 12886
Coe, Austin Schuyler Oath of Allegiance and description 07-22-1865 F1187
Coe, Austin Schuyler Petition that he is an imbecile and is not scarcely responsible for his actions 04-14-1865 F1187
Coe, Austin Schuyler Petition that his stupidity should be taken into account in his case F1187
Cooper, William; Hallen, G. W. Schuyler Lancaster Cover sheet for report of meeting in Lancaster 11-30-1864 F1625 0976 12886
Crison, Charles F. Schuyler Lancaster Prisoner Crison sent to Macon City on suspicion of being rebel; can find no charges, recommend release 10-21-1862 F1244
Croson, C. F. Schuyler Arrested 09-14-1862 for unknown reason; enrolled; never given oath or taken bond; have said little for either side, am a conservative man; age 31 10-23-1862 F1245
Dawson, William Schuyler Lancaster Captain of state troops stationed at Memphis, report that he arrested Jarvis Stansberry at the home of Mr. Spurgeon, the site of a rebel picket ??-??-1862 F1267
Dearing, John E. Schuyler Oath, before Provost Marshal G. O. Yeiser 02-03-1862 F1298
Edwards, William Schuyler Requesting permit to buy a lot of hogs; verification of Edwards's loyalty by Lt. Col. John Baker; file notation: no such permit needed or given 11-03-1862 F1310
Elliott, James B. Schuyler Lancaster Statement that Samuel Lockett is a rebel who he has tried to capture but never found at home, heard he belonged to Dunn's Company 06-12-1863 F1482
Fletcher, J. Wilson Schuyler Lancaster Statement that he saw Samuel Lockett mustering under Col. Franklin, a rebel commander, in 1861 06-11-1863 F1482
Forbes, Isaac Schuyler Lancaster Statement that Samuel Lockett is a bushwhacker and he saw him mustering with the rebels 06-11-1863 F1482
Fowler, Daniel B. Schuyler Lancaster Statement that he heard Samuel Lockett is a rebel and dodging Federal authorities 06-11-1863 F1482
Gargus, John Schuyler Lancaster Letter, W. P. Owens, Act'g. Prov. Marshal. to Lt. Dick: Rebel Gargus, postmaster here, allows rebels to examine mails. Also, several rebels here receive the Columbus, OH, Crisis, a rebel paper. 03-04-1863 F1189
Gargus, William Schuyler Lancaster 2-page letter, William Gargus to Lt. Dick, seeking instructions about his being relieved as Provost Marshal. 03-04-1863 F1189
Gargus, William Schuyler Lancaster Letter to St. Louis: Gargus, seeking not to be releived as Provost Marshal, I am loyal but know a great deal about contraband. 03-16-1863 F1189
Gatlin, Wm. S. Schuyler Greentop About newspapers publishing rebel papers 03-31-1863 F1355
Hale, Thomas Schuyler Oath of Allegiance 04-09-1862 F1190
Hall, Henry H. Schuyler Voluntary statement of prisoner, citizen of Lucas County, Iowa, arrested for being with the rebels, examined in Palmyra, requests release 02-03-1863 F1336
Hewitt, H. Schuyler Lancaster Capt., statement that, while on a scout out of Memphis, he captured Granville Leeper, Samuel Lockett, Henry Lasley, Ed Cameron, Davis Olds, and J. C. Morehead at the house of William Lasley 06-12-1863 F1482
Hill, Henry Schuyler Lancaster Statement that William L. Hamilton, charged with treason, is a seccessionist and he saw him with rebels after his training at Mudland's Mill, arrested while en route to the New Hope Meeting House 04-16-1862 F1337
Hill, J. W. Schuyler Greentop D. H. Roberts, Hill's surety, approves his move to Nebraska. 03-09-1865 F1193
Hodges, B. F.; Wilsher, Hansford Schuyler Lancaster Illegible - only able to decipher Hodges and Wilsher have been arrested. 04-17-1862 F1653 0196 19813
Hodges, Milton Schuyler Statement that George W. Hicks is a secessionist, that he saw him in Lancaster just before Colonels Woodyard and Moore arrived there, knows nothing of his pressing property from Union men 04-12-1862 F1192
Horton, Cyrus; Vicory, [unknown]; Peyton, Gulph Schuyler Lancaster Horton charged with harboring two bushwhackers, Vicory and Peyton. 05-31-1863 F1597 0492 4922
Hulet, William Schuyler Lancaster Statement that Samuel W. Lockett was in the rebel company Fabius Blues, then Dunn's Company, and is a reputed guerrilla and horse thief 06-09-1863 F1482
Jefferson, Robert R.; Slate, Robert T.; Peten, Ira; Bragg, Elias; Thompson, John R.; Black, Peter P.; Hurst, Albert G.; Miller, Enoch, K.; Baker, Boland; Cunningham, David B.; Herron, James Schuyler List of 11 prisoners held in Jefferson City; gives name, home county, plus when and where arrested; men from Cole, Boone, Shelby, Clark, Lewis, Marion, Schuyler, and Macon counties; arrested in either Cole or Boone counties 06-05-1862 F1585 0779 1288
Jones, M. B. V. Schuyler Oath of allegiance 01-17-1862 F1352
Jones, M. V. B. Schuyler Document stating that Jones was arrested near Brownsville, MO, because scouts accused him of being a soldier returning from Price's army. Notes Jones was never in Price's army. N. D. F1352
Kirkpatrick, James; Groseclose, George; Farrell, Wesly; Cowgill, Kirby Schuyler Lancaster Copies of affidavits of Kirkpatrick, Groseclose, Farrell and Cowgill regarding seized contraband property in the area. 08-20-1863 F1660 0810 22327
Leeper, John Schuyler Bond, $2000, arrested for aiding the enemy 07-31-1863 F1361
Lindsey, William Schuyler Lancaster Asking that Lindsey's bond be remitted. 05-01-1863 F1597 0991 5008
Lindsey, William; Hepburn, Thomas Schuyler Lancaster Petition by citizens to have Lindsey removed from bond security obligations for Hepburn's bond. 04-29-1863 F1595 0483 4336
Lockett, Samuel W. Schuyler Lancaster Bond, $1000, arrested for aiding the enemy, security James L. Lockett 06-02-1862 F1482
Lockett, Samuel W. Schuyler Lancaster Oath of Allegiance, physical description included 06-02-1862 F1482
Lockett, Samuel W. Schuyler Lancaster Statement he enlisted with the rebel Capt. Buford, surrendered to Col. Moore, took the oath, taken prisoner by Col. Glover's men, gave $1000 bond, pressed into Dunn's Company 06-26-1863 F1482
Lyle, Daniel Schuyler Contends charges against him null and void; previously arrested March 1862 on identical charges; Sept 1862 released on oath and $1,000 bond; oath clears all charges previous to it ??-??-186? F1364
Lyle, Daniel Schuyler Examination of prisoner at Gratiot St. Prison, St. Louis (largely illegible) ??-??-1863 F1364
Lyle, Daniel Schuyler Request for further information: date and county where the Figgy house robbed, what he stole and who owned it, what date he shot at Mary Figgy and her brother, and brother's name 08-03-1863 F1364
Lyle, Daniel Schuyler Statement of G. W. Jones: October 1861 Lyle and about 13 others took me prisoner and robbed Mr. Jacobs 03-25-1863 F1364
Lyle, Daniel Schuyler Statement of George Kerton: Lyle is a rebel; has seen him in arms with noted rebels and in Lancaster with rebels; is a dangerous man 03-25-1863 F1364
Lyle, Daniel Schuyler Statement of Henry Figgy: brother Christian kept store in father's house; Lyle hurrahed for Jeff Davis and shot at him and sister Mary when they passed his house in wagon 08-10-1861 F1364
Lyle, Daniel Schuyler Statement of Mary Figgy: robbed house 4 times; fired guns at house every time they passed, shot at her and brother in wagon; threatened to hang brother, so he slept in brush then joined military 03-25-1863 F1364
Lyle, Daniel Schuyler Statement of Nathan Williams: Lyle a thief and rebel; with a gang, took Union man Hugh Runnington to brush, threatened to kill unless he took oath not to fight against South 03-24-1863 F1364
Lyle, Daniel Schuyler Telegram to Hannibal from St. Louis: serve subpoena on G. W. Jones, to appear before military commission in U.S. vs Lyle; notation: man not found 10-05-1863 F1364
Lyle, Daniel Schuyler Testimony of Lt. W. P. Owens, assistant provost; is a dangerous man who should not be at large; has returned to the county without safeguard or papers evidencing legal release ??-??-186? F1364
Lyle, Daniel Schuyler Transmitting evidence of Henry and Mary Figgy, siblings to Christian Figgy, shot at by Lyle, robbed by Lyle and gang; other witnesses G. W. Jones, Nathan Williams, George Kerton 08-14-1863 F1364
Lyle, Daniel Schuyler U.S. vs Lyle; statement of Mary Figgy: Lyle and Childers with 30 men robbed the store in her father's house, broke open doors with ax and robbed again, shot at her and brother; brother had to leave country 08-10-1863 F1364
Lyle, Daniel Schuyler Writing from Alton Prison to inquire what he is charged with; took oath 6 Sep 1862 04-30-1863 F1364
McCulloch, [?] Schuyler Lancaster Statement of George Bradly that he knows the mare which was taken from widow McCulloch. Says old man McCulloch was out riding with a gun the day the mare was shot. 06-04-1863 F1198
McCully, William Schuyler Oath of allegiance and physical description 06-23-1865 F1198
McGoldrick, John Schuyler Lancaster Letter by the Lancaster provost marshal to Col. Farrar recommending John McGoldrick receive $150 a month for services as clerk and prosecuting attorney for the government 05-12-1862 F1369
Mizer, John Schuyler Statement that George W. Hicks is a secessionist, that he saw him among rebel troops coming to Lancaster to attack the troops of Colonels Woodyard and Moore before the Battle of Lancaster 04-12-1862 F1192
Morris, Robert H. Schuyler Lancaster Statement that he saw Samuel Lockett with Dunn's men, as well as at Pontoosuc, Illinois, and considers him a drunken rowdy 06-08-1863 F1482
Neal, Hamilton Schuyler Letter from Dr. Hood, Gratiot St. Hospital; Neal recommended for release in general order, to be confined to his county; is in very bad health, awaiting order for release 04-24-1862 F1375

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