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Name County City Subject Date Reel Number Frame Number File Number
Boyd, Elias; Johnson, [unknown]; Stephen, [unknown] Franklin Grubville Statement of Boyd concerning the arrest of Johnson and two Stephens men. Boyd was a recruiter for 30th Missouri Volunteers. Johnson belonged to Boone's guerrilla band. 09-08-1862 F1588 0091 2158
Brackenridge, Isaac H. Franklin Description of case and person F1139
Bradley, James W. Franklin Oath of Allegiance and description 05-03-1865 F1139
Bradley, Thomas Franklin Was robbed of everything 12-30-1862 F1139
Brammel, Josh; Brammel, Thomas Franklin Recruiting Station: Washington F1897.5 74
Brand, Henry Franklin Oath and $1000 bond 11-07-1863 F1183
Branell, Sarah Franklin Washington Clothing stolen from her 10-15-1864 F1139
Breckenridge, George; Breckenridge, Assa Franklin Recruiting Station: Washington F1897.5 79
Breckenridge, Sam; Breckenridge, Asa Franklin Recruiting Station: Washington F1897.5 49
Brown, P. F. Franklin Union Confined 10-6; released 11-4 upon taking Oath of Allegiance and Parole of Honor 11-04-1862 F1286
Brown, Sandford; Brown, Edmund Franklin Recruiting Station: Washington F1897.5 24
Brown, William Jos. Franklin Washington Henry Eitzen gives statement regarding Brown's activities; he does not know on what terms he was released 02-20-1863 F1286
Bruch, Thomas Franklin Sworn statement by Bruch that he lost a horse during rebel activity; horse is now in the possession of Henry Breckenkamp who refuses to give it up without an order 01-09-1865 F1286
Bruch, Thomas Franklin Union Capt. Andrew Fink states that Thomas Bruch is a good, loyal man who lost his horse by the rebels and that the horse is now in the possession of Henry Breckenkamp 01-09-1865 F1286
Bruch, Thomas Franklin Union Neighbors George Duemler and William Newell testify that Henry Breckenkamp has Bruch's horse and that Bruch is a good, loyal citizen 01-09-1865 F1286
Buckner, Robert Franklin Statement that Isaac J. Stoner is a loyal man and a member of the Union Club organized at St. Clair, and C. B. Inge considers him loyal too 12-06-1864 F1270
Bundrigo(?), Nancy Franklin St. Clair Rebels came to her house and took two horses; left in return two horses (one blind in one eye; one branded) 11-14-1864 F1288
Burch, Benjamin F. Franklin Washington Dr. Burch and Wm. C. Gordon charged with "going to the enemy" 09-03-1862 F1288
Burch, Benjamin F. Franklin Washington Elijah McLean states that he has seen nothing in Dr. Burch's conduct to suspect he intended to go south or take up arms against the government; discusses purchase of property 09-08-1862 F1288
Burch, Benjamin F. Franklin Washington In accordance with parole requirements, Dr. Burch reports from October 1862 through July 1863 (14 reports) 07-12-1863 F1288
Burch, Benjamin F. Franklin Washington Letter from D.I. Cole requesting that the restriction be removed regarding Dr. Burch residing outside the state 01-01-1863 F1288
Burch, Benjamin F. Franklin Washington Reports in accordance with the conditions of his parole 10-22-1862 F1288
Burch, Benjamin F. Franklin Washington Sworn statement by Andrew I. Carlton that Dr. Burch is an honorable, upright man and a good and loyal citizen; Wm. C. Gorden, Dr. Burch's nephew, lives with him and is peaceable 09-09-1862 F1288
Burch, Benjamin F. Franklin Washington Sworn statement by Dr. Allen M. Lee that he lived in Linn, Osage County, at the time of Dr. Burch's arrest; saw Dr. Burch in Linn two or three weeks before 09-27-1862 F1288
Burch, Benjamin F. Franklin Washington Sworn statement by Elijah McLean that Dr. Burch owed him money and they had discussed trading of his farm; did not think he had plans to leave 09-27-1862 F1288
Burch, Benjamin F. Franklin Washington Sworn statement by John Marsh that it was William Gordon's intention to visit his aunt in Linn, Osage County, because Dr. Burch's wife put something in Gordon's satchel to take to her mother in Linn 09-27-1862 F1288
Burch, Benjamin F. Franklin Washington Sworn statement by Joshua P. Wolfe that Dr. Burch is a peaceful citizen and is loyal to the government; has a quite large practice 09-07-1862 F1288
Burch, Benjamin F. Franklin Washington Sworn statement by Peter Haines that Dr. Burch continued to improve his farm 09-27-1862 F1288
Burch, Benjamin F. Franklin Washington Sworn statement by W. N. Payne regarding Dr. Burch's purchase of a train ticket to Osage for W.C. Gordon 09-07-1862 F1288
Burch, Gordin L. Franklin Statement that he lost six horses by Price's army (value $1,200) ? F1288
Butler, Andrew; Butler, Ed Franklin Recruiting Station: Washington F1897.5 21
Butler, Elizabeth Franklin Statement that Joseph Brown has been loyal since taking the oath, even though his brother went south 11-02-1861 F1285
Butler, Lymas; Butler, Ed Franklin Recruiting Station: Washington F1897.5 9
Butler, Moses; Butler, Edward Franklin Recruiting Station: Washington F1897.5 42
Butler, P. H. (?) Franklin Reports according to condition of parole 04-23-1865 F1290
Butler, Simon; Butler, Ed Franklin Recruiting Station: Washington F1897.5 20
Butler, Thomas Franklin Bond ($1,000) 10-24-1862 F1290
Butler, Thomas Franklin Oath of Allegiance 11-02-1862 F1290
Butler, Thomas Franklin Shadrick Woodrough states that Thomas Butler has not been connected to the bushwhackers or the rebel army 10-15-1862 F1290
Butler, Thomas Franklin William Woodrough states that he was with Thomas Butler during an absence from his home and that Butler was not with the rebels 10-15-1862 F1290
Butler, William; Butler, Ed Franklin Recruiting Station: Washington F1897.5 8
Byers, John Franklin Writes to Provost Marshal for assistance; has been drawing rations for wife and two daughters 04-13-1862 F1290
Caldwell (Carrollwell), L. Franklin Letter from Julius Willhelm that Edward Lanning and Mr. Bybay and son can testify against; Boef Twp. 12-21-1864 F1291
Caldwell, James Franklin Oath signed at Rolla, Phelps Co.; physical description 01-18-1862 F1291
Caldwell, Langdon Franklin File notation: arrested Sept 1862, released to report to Provost Marshal 07-16-1863 F1291
Caldwell, Langdon Franklin File notation: sentenced to prison 20 days and released on oath and $1,000 bond ??-??-18?? F1291
Caldwell, Langdon Franklin Letter from James B. Matthews regarding contraband horse purchased from U.S. and subsequently claimed by Caldwell under U.S. order 01-08-1862 F1291
Caldwell, Langdon Franklin Letter regarding purchase of contraband horse by James B. Mathews, horse later claimed by Caldwell under order to restore his property in hands of U.S. troops 01-10-1862 F1291
Caldwell, Langdon Franklin Statement by Edward S. Lanning that Caldwell is disloyal 01-11-1865 F1291
Caldwell, Langdon Franklin Statement by John Byba that Caldwell is disloyal 01-11-1865 F1291
Caldwell, Langdon Franklin Statement by Lt. Adolphus Frick that Caldwell said U.S. military had no authority, Home Guards were nothing but guerrillas, and Price would be in Franklin Co. in 3 months; had taken oath 08-24-1862 F1291
Caldwell, Langdon Franklin New Haven Letter regarding horses taken from him by U.S. troops; wishes to get them back 03-01-1862 F1291
Caldwell, Langdon Franklin Union Letter from Caldwell, he is detained in court and cannot report in person 04-17-1863 F1291
Caldwell, Langdon Franklin Union Letter from Washington, MO to Provost Marshal, St. Louis; he and son were arrested Sept 1862, since released were required to report but no Provost Marshal to report to 07-10-1863 F1291
Caldwell, Wallace Franklin Statement by Thomas H. B. Sullins that Caldwell tampered with Union flagpole at Watkins meeting house 09-01-1862 F1291
Canada, James; Sullins, Richard; Brooks, Daniel; Brooks, Thomas; Skinner, J. W.; Skinner, Robert; Skinner, John Franklin Washington Canada and Sullins involved in Burboise River fight. Confession of Skinners and Brooks of being in Hardee's camp on Little Black River in Butler County. 09-10-1861 F1588 0540 2283
Cantrell, D. W. Franklin St. Clair Letter from Cantrell stating that he reported to the post and was arrested. Claims the Colonel in command put him in prison, hit him in the face, and threatened to shoot him. 05-21-1863 F1292
Carlyle, James Franklin U. S. Military telegraph from Nelson Young stating that Carlyle, a former St. Louis attorney in Rebel army, is hiding in a home near Corner High St and Gamble Ave. Says he leaves home at night. 08-01-1862 F1292
Casey, Samuel Franklin Report of loss of horses in Price's raid [on same sheet as Krobysch's report] 11-14-1864 F1359
Cheatham, David; Cheatham, Henry Franklin Recruiting Station: Washington F1897.5 38
Cheatham, Lee; Cheatham, William Franklin Recruiting Station: Washington F1897.5 56
Cheatham, Robert T. Franklin Oath of Allegiance and description 03-27-1865 F1186
Chiles, Farral; Chiles, Dr. Franklin Recruiting Station: Washington F1897.5 46
Chiles, Patrick; Chiles, Dr. Franklin Recruiting Station: Washington F1897.5 72
Chiles, Roderick; Chiles, Dr. Franklin Recruiting Station: Washington F1897.5 73
Chiles, Spencer; Chiles, Dr. Franklin Recruiting Station: Washington F1897.5 34
Chisum?, Charles H. Franklin Cedar Fork Oath of Allegiance and description 04-22-1865 F1186
Clark, A. D. Franklin Statement in the case of Henry Cheatham 11-27-1864 F1186
Clay, Henry; Breckenridge, Assa Franklin Recruiting Station: Washington F1897.5 76
Clemme, William Franklin Washington Statement of grain crops and farm animals taken by Confederates under Gen. Price 10-11-1864 F1239
Clubb, John. J. Franklin Union Bond 10-21-1862 F1239
Cochran, James; North, Anthony C.; Massey, Roland D.; Bradford, Brackley M.; Seigler, D. F. M.; McCollough, William Franklin St. Clair Report on arrest of men nine miles south of Sullivan; were attempting to join Price's Army; found package of letters in their possession; one letter contained cash, addressed to Frank Von Phul 02-20-1862 F1583 1534 817
Cole, A. W. Franklin Document signed by C. Atkins, as security on the bond of Cole, consenting to the extension of Cole's parole to include the loyal states. 12-17-1864 F1141
Cole, A. W. Franklin Request of Cole that the limits of his parole be extended to go throughout the "Federal lines." Notes he is a physician, served in Lawson Hospital for 4 1/2 months; has complied with all conditions. 11-24-1864 F1141
Cole, A. W. Franklin Request to extend parole throughout Federal lines so he may enter United States service as an assistant surgeon 11-24-1864 F1141

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