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Name County City Subject Date Reel Number Frame Number File Number
Allen, James M. Webster Oath N. D. F1462
Allen, William M. Webster Oath 05-19-1862 F1462
Allman, William R. Webster Statement of Allman that he is 15 years old and was arrested 8-1-62 at his home by the 10th Illinois Cavalry. He does not know why he was arrested. His father is Southern and somewhere in the South. ??-??-1862 F1216
Amick, Dobsin Webster Bond 04-21-1862 F1216
Arnold, Alexander S. Webster Loyalty Oath 06-3-1862 F1219
Arnot, Levi Webster Marshfield Escaped while under arrest for jayhawking and disloyalty 09-30-1862 F1219
Atkinson, T. C.; Gower, Charles Webster Marshfield Tri-monthly report of prisoners who have given bond; lists names, amounts, and securities 11-20-1862 F1590 1060 3067
Atkinson, T. C.; Martin, J. N.; Stone, T. B. S.; Shackelford, G.; Durham, Harvey; Gower, Charles; Freeman, B. D.; Stepher, James; Gentry, W. T.; Cortney, William C.; Lane, Anthony; Stockdale, Silas; Elkins, John C.; Edwards H. P.; Haman, William; etal Webster Marshfield Tri-monthly report of 19 prisoners discharged; lists names, charges and remarks 11-20-1862 F1590 1062 3068
Brashear, Isaac Webster Ozark Township $1000 bond for aiding enemies 06-03-1862 F1282
Brashear, Isaac Webster Ozark Township Oath of Allegiance 06-03-1862 F1282
Brown, Anderson; Graham, V. S.; Alexander, William; Douglass, J. C.; Owins, E. A.; Haynes, Vincent; Harmon, John; Harris, T. D.; Moreton, John; Lowder, N.; Carris, C. H.; Latimer, J. B.; Moore, William; Allman, William; Hendres, Thomas; Cox, Jessie M. Webster Marshfield List of prisoner discharged from Marshfield. 33 names. 09-??-1862 F1588 0569 2293
Brunhall, Jacob Webster Oath of Allegiance and bond ($2,000) 10-22-1862 F1286
Bufford, W. G. Webster Oath of Allegiance F1287
Butt, John Webster Appointed to County Board; Oath of Allegiance 08-01-1862 F1290
Byrd, Albert G. Webster Bond ($1,000); charged with aiding and establishing southern confederacy; released upon taking Oath of Allegiance; must remain in Webster County 05- ? -1862 F1290
Casey, Abner B. Webster Bond 04-21-1862 F1140
Casey, Abner B. Webster Oath 04-21-1862 F1140
Casteel, James; Warden, James; Woolery, Peter; Simpson, John; Marlin, Spencer; Graham, John A.; Owen, Benjamin; Blunt, Nancy E.; Small, George; Hyde, Caroline; Wells, Thomas; Huff, Nancy; Bumgarner, A. R.; Friend, James; Cobb, Ambrose; and others Webster Marshfield List of 174 passes issued; gives date, permit number, to whom issued, articles bought, where purchased, and remarks 06-09-1863 F1598 0205 5108
Chaffin, Sarah L. Webster Marshfield Statement that Major Clark camped on her premises, doing much damage and receipting her only for half the damage 08-03-1862 F1236
Clarke, E. R. Webster Marshfield Letter summarizing reports; sale of contraband horses; bonds; farms of sympathizers taken over, wheat crops to be seized; complaint of a scout allowing wives of rebels to move wagons and livestock 06-20-1863 F1598 0045 5055
Clarke, E. R.; Mullenix, John; Harwood, William Webster Oath of county commission members appointed under General Order No. 3. 07-14-1862 F1586 0599 1688
Clarke, G. R.; Selvidge, William; Cummins, John Webster Marshfield Board appointed to take evidence in the case of William Moore in forfeiture of his bond of $2000 06-20-1863 F1202
Clinkingbeard, John Webster Oath 01-??-1862 F1239
Clinkingbeard, John Webster Oath of Loyalty 02-?-1862 F1239
Cloud, Leander P. Webster Marshfield $1,000 bond; arrested for aiding and abetting rebellion; file notation: to report at this office 10 Jan 1863 01-07-1863 F1239
Cloud, Leander P. Webster Marshfield Oath 01-05-1863 F1239
Coleman, John S. Webster Marshfield Claim that charges of disturbing the peace while recruiting for 46th Regiment of Missouri Volunteers are false and corrupt 10-22-1864 F1141
Coleman, John S. Webster Marshfield Offer of defend the country minus pay, clothing, and rations. Also he and partner can furnish some powder and caps if needed 06-18-1864 F1141
Coleman, John S. Webster Marshfield Statement of Coleman that he is a loyal man, ready to defend his country. Makes references to rations and a supply of powder. Much of content of letter is illegible. 06-18-1864 F1141
Compton, Mary; Turner, Elizabeth; Stroud, John; Callison, C. B.; Henslee, C. M.; Lowder, W. O.; Day, Edward; Hadley, James; Willis, George; Throgmorton, J.; Bartlett, Hugh; Cox, Allen; Jones, G. B.; Spurlock, L.; Hester, Y. G.; McNabb, A. H.; Solsman, E. Webster Marshfield List of prisoner discharged from Marshfield. 33 names. 09-??-1862 F1588 0569 2293
Cox, Jesse Webster Oath; age 50, 6', hazel eyes, black hair 06-12-1865 F1242
Cox, Jesse M. Webster Marshfield (MO?) Letter from provost at Marshfield to Switzler; Cox was under arrest for disloyalty, paroled to fill $5,000 bond; wealthy father offered to secure bond, but Cox failed to report; has 80 acres and stock 09-29-1862 F1242
Creiger, Valentine Webster Letter from Creiger, Gratiot St. Prison, requesting investigation of case; been confined over 6 months in Gratiot and at St. Louis; age 62 in poor health 01-04-1863 F1244
Creiger, Valentine Webster Prisoner Creiger, age 62, been confined since July 1862 under sentence; been recommended to the mercy of the commission 07-12-1863 F1244
Creiger, Valentine Webster U.S. vs Creiger; military commission proceedings at Springfield; sentenced to prison for war's duration, recommended mercy; to be sent to Alton prison as there's no secure prison in the district 07-??-1862 F1244
Davis, James M.; Clifton, Alford; Sartin, William; Clarke, E. R.; George, Mitchell; McMahan, Major; Clifton, Allison; Parsley, George; Werthoff, Gustavus; Walker, John L.; McKersey, Calvin Webster Marshfield Report of contraband and confiscated property sold at public sales by the Provost Marshal. Davis et al are noted as being purchasers of goods. 05-26-1863 F1660 0962 22378
Davis, James M.; Clinton, Alford; Martin, [?]; Clarke, E. R.; George, Mirchell; Vickerey, Calvin; McMahan, Major; Clifton, Allison; Parsley, George; Werthoff, Gustavus; Walker, John L. Webster Marshfield Report of contraband and confiscated property sold at public sales by the Provost Marshal. Davis et al are noted as being purchasers of goods. 05-26-1863 F1660 0964 22379
Davis, Wesley D. Webster Oath of allegiance N. D. F1297
Day, John; Burford, H. L.; Ellis, Alfred Webster Marshfield Tri-monthly report of bonds perfected. 10-??-1862 F1589 1563 2796
Dosher, Elijah Webster Oath of Allegiance and description 05-06-1865 F1304
Dosher, Elijah Webster Union Township $1000 bond for aiding enemies 06-04-1862 F1304
Dosher, Elijah Webster Union Township Oath of Allegiance 05-07-1862 F1304
Dougherty, J. E. Webster Union Township $1000 bond for aiding enemies 04-18-1862 F1304
Dougherty, J. E. Webster Union Township Oath of Allegiance 04-18-1862 F1304
Dougherty, James C. Webster Marshfield Commission trying his case 06-18-1863 F1304
Durham, J. H. Webster Marshfield Bond, $1000, arrested for aiding the enemy 07-05-1862 F1307
Elliott, Asa; Rese, Malinda; Been, J.; Day John; Hensley, C. B.; Hendrix, Phillip; Burford, H. L.; Ellis, Alfred; Buckner, Jacob; Strong, J. Y.; Hensley, B. H.; Mallhias, Joseph; Randolph, Lewis; Breakout, James; Elliott, Edmin; Bales, Seth Webster Marshfield Tri-monthly report of prisoners discharged. 10-??-1862 F1589 0689 2587
Elliott, Asa; Rese, Malinda; Breese, J.; Day John; Hensley, C. B.; Hendrix, Phillip; Burford, H. L.; Ellis, Alfred; Buckner, Jacob Webster Marshfield Tri-monthly report of prisoners discharged. 10-??-1862 F1589 0691 2588
Elliott, Asa; Rice, Molinda; Been, J.; Day, John; Hensley, C. B.; Hendrix, Phillip; Burford, H. L.; Ellis, Alfred; Buckner, Jacob Webster Marshfield Tri-monthly report of prisoners released. 10-??-1862 F1589 1518 2778
Elliott, Edward Webster Oath 10-20-1862 F1311
Elllis, Alfred Webster $1,000 bond 09-26-1862 F1311
Elllis, Alfred Webster Ellis arrested for giving aid and comfort to enemy, gave $1,000 bond and paroled to Webster and Laclede Counties 9-26-02; May 1863 he left limits and went south beyond U.S. lines 08-07-1863 F1311
Elllis, Alfred Webster File notation: Military Commission, U.S. vs Ellis, $1,000 bond 09-26-1863 F1311
Elllis, Alfred Webster Oath 04-12-1862 F1311
Elllis, Alfred Webster Oath 09-30-1862 F1311
Elllis, Alfred Webster Record of board appointed to take evidence against rebels and sympathizers making them liable to confiscation; testimony of Wm. Schmallhorst that Ellis went south with James E. Daugherty and others 06-18-1863 F1311
Elllis, Alfred Webster Testimony of James Taggard that Ellis went south while under bond 06-18-1863 F1311
Elllis, Alfred Webster U.S. vs Ellis; charges and specifications: violation of bond ??-??-1863 F1311
Estes, N. G. Webster Marshfield Estes "has a bay mare in the possession of one Smith of 8th Mo. State Malicia" Please assist Estes in recovering his mare. 09-30-1862 F1313
Gardner, Solomon Webster Statement in the case of James Dougherty 06-18-1863 F1304
Gaskill, Evan Webster Subject, 47, southern man, states that he was never in the Confederate service, has taken the oath. He went to Howell Co. to buy cotton, got sick. Later was arrested by Lt. Hicks of E.M.M. on unknow 04-14-1863 F1323
Gentry, William Webster Marshfield Statement of E. R. Clark: Gentry, not now well, was forced to allow use of his blacksmith shop for rebs to shoe their horses. 10-25-1862 F1324
Gentry, William T. Webster Marshfield Charges: Grinding for rebels and allowing them use of blacksmith shop. Signed M. L. Stephenson, Maj., 10th Il. Cav. 10-22-1862 F1324
Gentry, William T. Webster Marshfield Gentry is in the hands of the post surgeon, unready to stand trial. Signed J. W. Morgan. 11-01-1862 F1324
Gibbins, Lewis Webster Oath of Loyalty 11-18-1862 F1325
Gilbreath, Robert Webster Pass, signed by Lt. Col. James K. Mills, Post at Springfield. Has description of Gilbreath, 18. n.d. F1326
Glenn, William Webster Glenn and Jefferson Wilson are firmly bound ($1000) to the commanding officer of the South Western District; they were arrested for aiding and abetting. Paroled, restricted to Webster Co. 05-08-186x F1327
Glenn, William Webster Marshfield Charges and Specifications: Violated oath by leading band of armed rebels to join the rebel army. 10-28-1862 F1327
Hale, Calib (Caleb) Webster Marshfield Charges and specifications against Hale of Barton County; Hale violated his Oath of Allegiance by failing to enroll as required by General Order (Witness: His own admission) 10-28-1862 F1190
Hale, George; Casteel, James; Jones, J. B.; Wisby, Josiah; Glenn, George; Woods, G. W.; Burford, D. F. F.; Copeland, James; Holland, Wright; Bartlett, William; Nichols, L.; Patterson, John; Todd, William B.; Hyde, William; Upshard, Drury; and others Webster Marshfield Report of passes issued; gives date, pass number, to whom issued, destination, length of time, and remarks; poor image on microfilm, partially illegible 06-10-1863 F1599 0600 5463
Hampton, N. H.; Jameson, R. W.; Wisby, Thomas; Fannon, William L. Webster Marshfield Report of meeting held under General Order No. 107. Request for clarification of order. 08-13-1864 F1620 0121 11278
Hardy, Samuel E.; Hardy, Martha Ann Webster Marshfield Statements regarding thefts by rebels; Martha Ann Hardy is 14 years old 11-08-1862 F1590 0279 2879
Harmon, William Webster Ozark Oath of Allegiance, witness James A. Spurlock ??-??-???? F1339
Harper, Jonahan Webster States he is owner of horse being used by the 16th Mo Cav. 12-?-1864 F1191
Harris, John Webster Washington Township Oath of Allegiance 05-14-1862 F1191

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