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Name County City Subject Date Reel Number Frame Number File Number
Austin, Samuel G. Wright Oath 05-14-1862 F1220
Baker, John S. Wright Beaver Creek Oath of Allegiance 07-05-1862 F1221
Bartlett, James Wright Charges and Specifications against him ??-??-1864 F1225
Beck, Reddick D.; Pratt, Thomas R.; Hutchison, Wiley B.; Galemore, Sal; Ragan, Washington; Moser, Benjamin; Owens, William H.; Casey, Milton; Smith, Marcus L.; Kelly, Thomas; Carter, James G. L.; Smith, Isaac M.; Lewellyn, Jonathan R.; etal Wright List of 23 Union men of Missouri paroled by Confederates at Little Rock, Arkansas; gives name and place of residence; men are from Newton, Wright [noted as White], McDonald [noted as McDonell], Jasper, Lawrence, and St. Clair counties; see also file 3188 11-26-1862 F1590 0227 2865
Box, William P. Wright Pleasant Valley Oath of Allegiance F1234
Box, J. Robert Wright Pleasant Valley Oath of Allegiance F1234
Box, William P. Wright Pleasant Valley Oath of Allegiance F1234
Burnett, Berry Wright States that he sold meat to Binckley and Tarra; did not know what they were going to do with the meat ? ? 1862 F1289
Burnett, Berry Wright Hartville John C. Tyler states that he does not know if Burnett has taken the oath; does not know of any person selling bacon but Wm. Binkley; nothing was said about meat going to the cavalry. 08-26-1862 F1289
Campbell, John S. Wright Oath 01-23-1863 F1185
Cloud, Flander(?) P. Wright Mansfield Bond 01-07-1863 F1239
Cope, Wiley Wright Oath 07-04-1862 F1241
Coshon, William Wright Report of prisoners received at Lebanon; arrested 09/25/1863 by citizen Harvey Suitor for treason; discharged from Capt Bond's Co. B, John B. Clark's Regt. of Hell Hounds ("southern conthievercy") 09-27-1863 F1241
Coshon, William Wright Transmittal of discharge of Coshow (sic), captured in Wright Co., who died in post hospital 10-27-1863 from congestion of lungs 10-31-1863 F1241
Crider, David Wright $1,500 bond 09-10-1862 F1244
Crider, David Wright Oath 09-10-1862 F1244
Crouch, H. W. Wright Oath 07-04-1862 F1245
Crouch, William N. Wright $2,000 bond; arrested for giving aid and comfort to enemy 02-02-1863? F1245
Davinson, Robert H. Wright Astoria Oath of allegiance 07-02-862 F1295
Dowden, Allen Wright Montgomery Oath of Allegiance 08-03-1863 F1305
Dowton, Thomas Wright Beaver Creek Oath of Allegiance 07-04-1862 F1305
Duke, Greenville Wright Astoria Oath of Allegiance 07-02-1862 F1188
Elliott, Edward Wright $1,000 bond; arrested for giving aid and comfort to enemy 10-20-1862 F1311
Evans, James Wright Montgamon Township ? Bond 01-08-1863 F1142
Freeman, Brittain Wright Oath of Allegiance 09-15-1862 F1143
Freeman, H. F. Wright Oath of Loyalty 12-29-1862 F1143
Freeman, H. H. Wright Clark Bond 07-01-1862 F1143
Freeman, James M. Wright Pleasant Valley Oath of Loyalty F1143
Garner, Elijah Monroe Wright Hartville Oath at Lebanon before Capt. Edmund Wuergus (Wuerpen?), Prov. Marshal, Logan Tate and Sgt. K. Wheeler 04-04-1862 F1189
Garner, Henry Wright Garner is charged with violation of the laws of war, found guilty. He is to be sent to St. Louis for six months in prison. Signed by Lt. J. Dodge, S. W. Dist. Mo. 03-21-1863 F1189
Gaskill, James Wright Pleasant Valley Twp. $1000 bond. Signed by Evan Gaskill and Pleasant Crider 10-27-1862 F1323
Goldsmith, Thomas W. Wright Hartville His statement: paid $40 for the horse in Hartville July 1862; statement of William W. Weaver: Goldsmith bought the horse for $40, it was there 4 or 5 days before he bought it ??-??-186? F1328
Gower, Charles Wright Bond in the amount of $1,000. 11-03-1862 F1330
Gower, Charles Wright Oath of allegiance 11-03-1862 F1330
Harrison, James Wright Beaver Creek Oath of Loyalty 07-05-1862 F1145
Hennell, Harrison Wright Statement of James H. Robinett that Hennell was in Stephen Holt's company of guerrillas. Refers to the men who were killed by this company of guerrillas. N. D. F1472
Henson, Jackson Wright Bond in the amount of $1,000. Arrested on the charge of jayhawking. 12-20-1862 F1471
Henson, Jackson Wright Parole 12-20-1862 F1471
Henson, Willaim Wright Parole 12-20-1862 F1471
Henson, William Wright Bond in the amount of $1,000. 12-20-1862 F1473
Henson, William B. Wright Mansfield Charges and Specifications against Henson, charged with violating the oath of allegiance. Certification that Henson took the prescribed oath of allegiance follows. Documents barely legible. 10-27-1862 F1471
Hightower, Caswell Wright Oath of Allegiance, witnesses Thomas C. Fletcher, C. Ennis, and John A. Ford 02-20-1862 F1192
Holt, Stephen Wright Mountain Grove Oath of Allegiance, sworn at Lebanon, Laclede County, witnesses Sgt. R. Wheeler and Charles Miller 04-09-1862 F1476
Hopkins, Richard Wright Van Buren Township Bond, $1000, arrested for aiding the enemy, securities H. B. Frisbe and Hamilton Gossett, witness Leonard Edwards 05-08-1862 F1476
Hull, John C. Wright Bond $2000 F1147
Hutsell, William Wright $132 claim for shoes, rifle, martingales, horse and splendid saddle taken by rebel marauders in July 10-25-1862 F1148
Hutsell, William Wright List of names connected with Hutsell's claim: James Roberts, William Mosley, James Coteney, E. Sprague, H. Crouch, James Tutel, George Dier ??-??-186? F1148
Jordan, William Wright Hartville Statement that he was employed by Doctor Herndon H. Lee herding cattle, and that he helped Mr. Robinett drive his cattle home from Lee's pasture ??-??-1863 F1361
Juirlers, Charlene Wright Hartville Statement in the case of Herndon H. Lee, illegible ??-??-1863 F1361
Kincheloe, Robert P. Wright Bond in the amount of $1,000. 02-16-1863 F1358
Kirk, M. I. Wright Hartville Charges and specifications against Herndon H. Lee: violation of the laws and customs of war by supplying the rebels with goods stolen from Union men and breaking his oath ??-??-1863 F1361
Lathrom, Benjamin Wright Oath of allegiance 07-04-1862 F1480
Lathrom, Benjamin Wright Coon Creek Oath of Allegiance, witness Mont Springs 07-04-1862 F1153
Lea, Herndon H. Wright Parole 11-15-1862 F1360
Lee, Herndon H. Wright Hartville Document in his case, illegible ??-??-1863 F1361
Lee, Herndon H. Wright Hartville Statement, illegible ??-??-1863 F1361
Mackey, John Wright Oath 07-30-1862 F1365
Mackey, John Wright Statement: in rebel army; notation: will release upon oath and $1,500 bond 07-30-1862 F1365
Mathews, Leonidas Wright Pleasant Valley Oath of Allegiance 05-15-1862 F1485
McLendon, Jacob; Beck, Redrick D.; Pratt, Thomas R.; Hutchison, Wiley B.; Regan, Washington; Moser, Benjamin; Owens, William H.; Stephenson, Milton; Smith, Marcus L.; Kelly, Thomas; Carter, James G. L.; Smith, Isaac M.; Rusk, William W.; etal Wright List of 23 Union men of Missouri paroled by Confederates at Little Rock, Arkansas; gives name and place of residence; men are from Newton, Wright [noted as White], McDonald [noted as McDonell], Jasper, Lawrence, and St. Clair counties; see also file 2865 12-02-1862 F1591 0149 3188
McMullen, James I. Wright Oath of Allegiance 07-03-1862 F1370
Meadows, George Wright Bond in the amount of $1,000. 07-01-1862 F1372
Meadows, George Wright Oath of allegiance 07-01-1862 F1372
Meadows, Solomon Wright Bond in the amount of $1,000. 01-07-1862 F1372
Meadows, Solomon Wright Oath of allegiance 06-30-1862 F1372
Miller, George Wright Oath of allegiance 07-03-1862 F1157
Missey, Lewis Wright Sherwoods Mill Oath of Allegiance, witnesses R. H. Wheeler and William L. Ackmond, both of the 4th Missouri Cavalry 04-29-1862 F1486
Moore, Joseph Wright Montgomery Township Bond, $1000, arrested for aiding the enemy, securities William Doughten and R. W. Parson 03-03-1862 F1201
Moore, W. H. H. Wright Bond, $2000, arrested for aiding the enemy, securities Leonard Hart and E. W. Walls 01-28-1863 F1202
Moore, W. H. H. Wright Parole, witness W. P. McCarty of Marshfield 01-28-1863 F1202
Newman, J. T.; Newman, W. H. Wright Bond, $2000, arrested for disloyalty, security David Newman, restricted to Wright, Laclede, and Phelps Counties 01-14-1863 F1204
Nicholson, William Wright Van Buren Bond of $2,000 01-27-1863 F1376
Palmer, William Wright Hartville Letter from Palmer to Lt. D. Campbell asking advice regarding selling contraband goods. Palmer refers to helping to run rebels from the county and the Provost Marshal at Lebanon telling him he did not need a permit if he was selling to soldiers. 01-12-186? F1379
Pinkston, Berry Wright Oath 01-01-1864 F1384
Pool, James R. Wright Montgomery Township Bond, $1000, arrested for aiding the enemy, securities William Prock and James M. Kendire 02-25-1863 F1385

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