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Name County City Subject Date Reel Number Frame Number File Number
Forman, J. G. Saint Louis St. Louis Transportation application for James A. Hopson, two sisters, and one child from Jefferson Barracks to Beardstown, Illinois, three of the family have already died at the barracks 08-08-1864 F1476
Lindsay, James T. Audrain Statement regarding Lindsay's agreement with Northcutt in November of 1864 to steal a lot of horses, take them to Beardstown, Illinois and sell them; statement regarding John T. Lindsay's participation in robbery and Price's Army 01-06-1865 F1607 0684 7901
Lindsay, James T.; Lindsay, John; Kingston, William; Moseby, George; Blue, John; Chiles, Charles alias Childs, Charles; Herrison, Thomas Z. alias Henderson, Thomas; Denieson, John alias Henderson, John; Murray, Samuel; Mosely, Arthur; Canterbury, Benjamin Pike Louisiana Lindsay's statement as a prisoner in the Louisiana city prison; states his home is located five miles west of Paris, Monroe County, also resided in Beardstown, Cass County, Illinois; includes list of rebels in his band and horse stealing operation 12-24-1864 F1607 0688 7901
Lindsay, James; Childs, Charles; Denison, Thomas alias Henderson, John; Murray, Samuel; Mosley, John; Mosley, Arthur; Canterbury, Reuben Pike Louisiana Lindsay's statement as a prisoner in the Louisiana city prison; re: his father in law, Ted Northcutt of Beardstown, Illinois; lists members of horse stealing band operating in Missouri 12-23-1864 F1607 0704 7901
Webb, J. T.; Webb, J. M. Saint Louis St. Louis Letter from J. T. and J. M. Webb and Company of Beardstown, Illinois, to Major General J. C. Fremont offering their foundry as a fort; foundry found to be too small to be of service 08-26-1861 F1581 0607 108

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