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Name County City Subject Date Reel Number Frame Number File Number
Templeton, James M.; Seymor, Leander Atchison Assistant Provost Marshal Templeton's report of Leander Seymor, former rebel turning himself in, subscribing the oath of allegiance and posted $1000 bond, boundary limited to Atchison County 09-22-1862 F1608 0588 8110
Templeton, James M.; Shannon, John W. Atchison Assistant Provost Marshal Templeton's report of the arrest of John W. Shannon, for uttering disloyal sentiments, was required to subscribe to oath of allegiance, posted $500 bond and boundary is limited to Atchison County 10-01-1862 F1608 0589 8110
Templeton, James M.; Sullender; Charles; Poulson, J. B.; Stanton, Robert; Roberts, ?; Cook, Lovicy; Carter, John; Wilson, C. N,. Hunter, Robert; Hunter, James; Roberson, Eli; DeWitt, Columbus; Freiberhouser, Samuel; Robinson, James; Lobb, James; Cary, A. Atchison Assistant Provost Marshal Templeton's report of passes granted to residents and non Missouri residents to travel outside the military lines of Missouri 05-??-1863 F1608 0592 8110
Templeton, James M.; Wells, E. H. Atchison Assistant Provost Marshal Templeton's report that Wells was permitted to go to Platte County 02-28-1863 F1608 0591 8110
Templeton, James M.; Williams, James V. Atchison Assistant Provost Marshal Templeton's report of the arrest of a dangerous character, James V. Williams, a rebel returned home, banishment of Williams from Missouri and ordered to reside in Nebraska Territory 10-07-1862 F1608 0589 8110
Templeton, James M.; Young, Lewin H. Atchison Assistant Provost Marshal Templeton's report of the voluntary surrender of Lewin H. Young, a rebel returned home, subscribed to oath of allegiance, posted $1000 bond and boundary is limited to Atchison County 11-07-1862 F1608 0590 8110
Templeton, James M; Holland, Thomas Atchison Assistant Provost Marshal Templeton's report of Thomas Holland, turning himself in, subscribing the oath of allegiance and posted $1000 bond, boundary limited to Atchison County 09-22-1862 F1608 0589 8110
Thompson, P. A.; Durfee, A. B.; Wyatt, A. E.; Thompson, F. M.; Templeton, James M.; Beck, Aquilla; Hopkins, N. O.; Schrack, Thomas W.; Moore, Dr. H. P.; Rime, Michael; Merrill, Franklin; Morgan, P. G.; Welch, John; McAdams, Thomas M.; and others Atchison Rockport List of leading and influential men of the county and their political status. 18 names. 04-21-1864 F1612 0677 9341
Thompson, P. A.; Fisk, Clinton B. Atchison Rockport Invitation to Gen. Fisk, to speak to the children of Atchison County, at a Sabbath School celebration to be held in September 1864 07-29-1864 F1618 0679 10903
Tomalson, Peter Atchison Statements of Ephraim Perry and Jacob Bassinger that Tomalson came into a rebel camp and said that 75 jayhawkers were crossing the Missouri River at Atchison. Tomalson stated he was "a good butcher" and offered to help fight. 10-07-1862 F1404
Ware, James Atchison Examination of Edwin Brown who states that Ware did not hurrah for Jeff Davis; Brown was with him as they passed Catharine Martin's house; Brown states he was the person who hurrahed for Jeff Davis 03-03-1863 F1277
Ware, James Atchison Examination of witness Catharine Martin in the case of James Ware arrested for alleged disloyal expressions; states on March 1, 1863, Ware uttered "Hurrah for Jeff Davis" while passing her house 03-03-1863 F1277
Williams, James; Galbraith, Milton Atchison Letter from Clara M. Beebe that she has found Williams, slave of Galbraith, of Clinton Co, MO. She thinks Williams deserves his freedom; his family is at Easton. Asks that Williams' family gets their freedom. 11-03-1863 F1604 0231 6938
Williams, William Atchison Rock Port R. A. Thompson states that Mr. Williams is not the kind of man Captain Griswold wants 06-30-1864 F1489

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