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Name County City Subject Date Reel Number Frame Number File Number
Brown, Silas; Brown, T. Chariton Recruiting Station: Glasgow F1893.10 120
Brummel, S. D. Chariton Oath of Allegiance and bond ($1,000) 03-08-1862 F1286
Brumwalt, Edwin W. Chariton Salisbury Letter from Lewis Salisbury asking the release of Brumwalt from prison. 07-13-1862 F1586 0345 1606
Bruner, John C. Chariton Oath of Allegiance 03-20-1862 F1286
Bucksath, H. Chariton Keytesville Affidavit that the men who signed the statement regarding Lucius Salisberry are loyal 01-12-186? F1258
Bunton, James Chariton Oath of Allegiance and bond ($1,000) 06-23-1862 F1288
Bunton, John Chariton Oath of Allegiance 05-05-1865 F1288
Burgener, Conrad Chariton Oath of Allegiance, physical description included, sworn at Alton, Illinois 03-23-1865 F1231
Butler, Jack Chariton Recruiting Station: Brunswick F1892.3 119
Cabell, William H.; Cabell, Charles Chariton Recruiting Station: Brunswick F1892.3 50
Callaway, Jacob; Warden, Congreve Chariton Recruiting Station: Brunswick F1892.3 64
Campbell, George Chariton Oath 02-20-1862 F1185
Caples, William G. Chariton Brunswick Caples reporting himself for parole. Other similarly worded reports follow ranging from March 1862 - July 1862. 05-10-1862 F1292
Capp, William Chariton Bond in the amount of $1,000 06-11-1862 F1292
Capp, William Chariton Oath of allegiance 06-11-1862 F1292
Carmon, Robert Chariton Keytesville Letter from W. H. White introducing Carmon, Chariton Co. sheriff, to General Rosecrans. White writes regarding the dangerous condition of Chariton and it's need for protection of its Union residents. 05-25-1864 F1292
Carson, Richard; Mauzey, Stark Chariton Recruiting Station: Brunswick F1892.3 86
Case, William Chariton Brunswick Statement that prisoner David L. Dyer left with Price during the raid, doesn't know him, but that he has a reputation for being a rebel 01-18-1865 F1308
Casey, Daniel; Hays, Daniel Chariton Recruiting Station: Brunswick F1892.3 139
Chapman, Elias; Chapman, Charles Chariton Recruiting Station: Brunswick F1892.3 156
Churchill, William Chariton Oath of Allegiance F1237
Churchill, William Chariton Oath of Loyalty 03-20-1862 F1237
Clark, Ephraim; Lockwood, William; Lowry, B. R.; Truman, [unknown]; Schuster, Hiram; Skinner, Stephen T.; Vincent, [unknown]; Langston, N. A.; Oldham, Catharine; Walker, John; Veal, George; Fox, Peter; Johnston, Absalom; Scribner, Andrew; and others Chariton Lengthy deposition; recounts activities of group of soliders commanded by a Capt. Truman; took women as prisoners; took Negroes, horses, guns and saddles from suspected rebels; executed several citizens; burned down a house; see also file 10409 06-16-1864 F1616 0215 10159
Clavin, William Chariton Oath of Allegiance, physical description included 05-03-1865 F1238
Clavin, Wm. Chariton Oath of Loyalty 05-03-1865 F1238
Cloyd, Wiley Chariton Salisbury Charged with violating laws of war; age 25 ??-??-18?? F1239
Cloyd, Wiley Chariton Salisbury Letter from Lewis Salisbury re: petition from neighbors of Cloyd, confined in Alton Military Prison, who wish his release; Cloyd will join E.M.M. 11-20-1862 F1239
Cloyd, Wiley Chariton Salisbury Petition from Chariton County citizens requesting release; was persuaded to join Poindexter's raid through north MO 11-15-1862 F1239
Coatney, Jesse Chariton Oath of Allegiance 03-20-1862 F1187
Cock, William M. Chariton Keitsville Township $1000 bond 06-07-1862 F1187
Cock, William M. Chariton Keitsville Township Oath of Allegiance 06-07-1862 F1187
Cockerill, H. Clay Chariton Glasgow Purchase of arms 07-07-1864 F1187
Cockerill, H. Clay Chariton Glasgow Request permission to purchase arms and ammunition 06-23-1864 F1187
Cook, Joseph T. Chariton Oath of Allegiance 05-03-1865 F1240
Cooley, Jos. F. Chariton Oath of Allegiance 05-11-1865 F1240
Corman, Maria Chariton Keytesville Subpoena to give testimony at Macon in pending case 01-10-1865 F1241
Cottell, Ira Chariton Recruiting Station: Brunswick F1892.3 32
Cottrell, Elias; Ross, John W.; Terrill, Robert W.; Ebert, John; Horton, B. F.; Terrill, Edward C.; Cottrell, Watson; Seavers, Cornelius; Dunn, John D.; Smith, John; and others Chariton Statement by deputy provost marshal for Chariton County noting men from Salisbury township who had enlisted in rebel service; poor quality image on microfilm, difficult to read 02-03-1865 F1654 0342 20193
Cottrill, Elias Chariton Oath, given at Alton, IL 05-03-1865 F1241
Cottrill, Elias; Cottrill, Watson Chariton Investigation of Cottrill men as rebels or conscripts. Held in Gratiot Street Military Prison. Watson found with Holtzclaw's guerrillas. 02-11-1865 F1631 0292 14637
Cottrill, Watson Chariton File notation only: Holtzclaw's gang of guerrillas; enlisted July 31, 1864 Chariton County for 3 years ??-??-18?? F1241
Coutney, Jesse Chariton Statement of John H. O'Neil; Coutney claims conscription into rebel forces, but has always claimed to be rebel; was taken prisoner at Blackwater by Federals 01-26-1865 F1242
Cowell, Lewis; Cowell, William Chariton Recruiting Station: Brunswick F1892.3 167
Coy, Collins Chariton Letter transmitting evidence; Abram says he aided bushwhackers per orders from master; Coy admits Abe in bushwhacker camp against his will; given free papers and hired out; Coy been in St. Louis prison 03-29-1863 F1242
Coy, Collins Chariton Statement of Abner Finnel that Coy would not allow his slave Abe to aid rebels or bushwhackers; Abe's reputation for truthfulness not good ??-??-186? F1242
Coy, Collins Chariton Statement of Beverly Hamner attesting to good character of Abner Finnel, James and Samuel Dinsmore, W. Welch, Wm. A. Leonard, and Clifton G. Forrest 03-05-1863 F1242
Coy, Collins Chariton Statement of Beverly Hamner that he does not believe slave Abe has done anything disloyal with Coy's consent; he would likely know if he had aided rebels because of all talk at the mill ??-??-186? F1242
Coy, Collins Chariton Statement of Clifton G. Forrest that he was in neighborhood when rebels camped there and knows nothing of Abe giving any aid; believes Abe fabricated a story ??-??-186? F1242
Coy, Collins Chariton Statement of George W. Welch that Coy is honest man; does not believe Abe aided rebels or bushwhackers ??-??-186? F1242
Coy, Collins Chariton Statement of James Dinsmore that he knows nothing of Abe aiding rebels or bushwhackers; Coy took oath ??-??-186? F1242
Coy, Collins Chariton Statement of Samuel Dinsmore that he knows nothing of Coy's slave Abe aiding rebels or bushwhackers 03-05-1863 F1242
Coy, Collins Chariton Statement of William A. Leonard that he saw the boy frequently and never knew of him aiding rebels or bushwhackers up to the time he left home and came to Brunswick; would not believe Abe's statements ??-??-186? F1242
Coy, John Chariton $1,000 bond 06-23-1862 F1242
Coy, John Chariton $2,000 bond 06-18-1862 F1242
Coy, John Chariton Oath 06-18-1862 F1242
Coy, John Chariton Oath 06-23-1862 F1242
Coy, Tandy E. Chariton Oath 02-07-1865 F1242
Coy, Tandy E. Chariton Oath 03-14-1865 F1242
Coy, Tandy E. Chariton Parole; in consideration of release from prison, gives oath to leave state for duration of war; arrested for theft and being guerrilla 03-14-1865 F1242
Coy, Tandy E. Chariton Requesting release from prison; at trial sentenced to banishment with $5,000 bond; cannot fill bond, so many men have left county; wishes to go across plains; has wife and children; imprisoned 11 months 03-13-1865 F1242
Coy, Tandy E. Chariton Transmittal of affidavits in case; Coy been in jail at Glasgow for some time; requests direction on what to do 06-07-1864 F1242
Craig, Ephraim; Plunket, Green Chariton Recruiting Station: Brunswick F1892.3 120
Craig, George; Wallace, James Chariton Recruiting Station: Brunswick F1892.3 121
Crapp, George; Crapp, Robert Chariton Recruiting Station: Glasgow F1893.10 42
Crawley, Matthew Chariton Recruiting Station: Brunswick F1892.3 55
Crocket, Jerry; Withers, Milton Chariton Recruiting Station: Fayette F1893.8 55
Cross, Milton Chariton Oath 03-15-1862 F1245
Cross, Milton Chariton Special Order No. 153 to release prisoner on parole 12-20-1862 F1245
Cross, unknown Chariton Brunswick Order from U.S. President that Dr. Cross be released from prison upon oath and bond 07-02-1862 F1245
Cunningham, John F. Chariton Notary public, certification for the loyalty of Doctor John H. Blue, John D. Dodge and Col. William E. Moberly 11-17-1862 F1201
Cunningham, Matthew Chariton Bond in the amount of $1,000 06-23-1862 F1247
Cunningham, Matthew Chariton Oath of allegiance 06-23-1862 F1247
Cup, Jerry Chariton Letter saying that Cup was a bushwhacker and caused lots of trouble in the neighborhood. Says Cup went to Mount Vernon to join the militia. ??-16-1865 F1247
Curran, A. J. Chariton Keitsville Bond in the amount of $1,000 06-28-1862 F1247
Curran, A. J. Chariton Keitsville Oath of allegiance 06-28-1862 F1247

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