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Ferguson, R. L.; Hall, J. C. W. Johnson Warrensburg Transcript of telegram by Assistant Provost Hall at Kansas City to Provost Marshal Ferguson; notification of the receipt of complaints by liquor dealers in Kansas City loosing customers and money because of liquor embargo 09-14-1864 F1625 0588 12785
Ferguson, R. L.; Hall, J. C. W. Johnson Warrensburg Transcript of telegram by Assistant Provost Hall at Kansas City to Provost Marshal Ferguson; request for instructions in relation to the liquor order 09-08-1864 F1625 0587 12785
Ferguson, R. L.; Hall, J. C. W. Johnson Warrensburg Transcript of telegram by Assistant Provost Marshal Hall at Kansas City to Provost Marshal Ferguson; requesting instructions in relation to Ferguson's orders regarding liquor 09-09-1864 F1625 0587 12785
Ferguson, R. L.; Hall, J. C. W. Johnson Warrensburg Transcript of telegram by Provost Marshal Ferguson to Assistant Provost Marshal Hall at Kansas City; notification that the liquor trade will be opened for wholesale dealers to send liquor out of the state 09-14-1864 F1625 0588 12785
Ferguson, R. L.; Hall, J. C. W. Johnson Warrensburg Transcript of telegram by Provost Marshal Ferguson to Assistant Provost Marshal Hall at Kansas City; notification that the liquor trade will be opened for wholesale dealers to ship liquor out of state 09-14-1864 F1625 0588 12785
Ferguson, R. L.; Hall, J. C. W. Johnson Warrensburg Two-page transcript of telegram by Provost Marshal Ferguson to Assistant Provost Marshal Hall at Kansas City; information about complaints by wholesale liquor dealers loosing money from customers in the west 09-14-1864 F1625 0588 12785
Ferguson, R. L.; Hall, J. C. W.; Pullum, William; McKey, ? Johnson Warrensburg Transcript of telegram by Provost Marshal Ferguson to Assistant Provost Marshal Hall at Kansas City; ordering arrest of Pullum, McKey and a woman named McKey; Pullum is disguised by wearing female clothing 09-17-1864 F1625 0590 12785
Ferguson, R. L.; Hall, J. C. W.; Switzzebel, Peter Johnson Warrensburg Transcript of telegram by Provost Marshal Ferguson to Switzzebel and Assistant Provost Marshal Hall at Kansas City; refers Switzzebel to Hall for information regarding the suppression of liquor sales 09-14-1864 F1625 0588 12785
Ferguson, R. L.; Higley, Stephen L.; Kellogg, W. C. Johnson Warrensburg Special Orders No. 176, relieving officers Higley and Kellogg from duty by Brigadier General Brown 09-12-1864 F1625 0539 12784
Ferguson, R. L.; Higley, Stephen L.; Kellogg, W. C. Johnson Warrensburg Special Orders No. 197, by Brigadier General Brown, rescinding Special Order No. 196, part 4 09-13-1864 F1625 0540 12784
Ferguson, R. L.; Hopper, William B.; Carter, Jane Johnson Warrensburg Transcript of telegram by Hopper of Sedalia to Provost Marshal Ferguson; inquiry whether Ferguson has prisoner Jane Carter, and request to see her on business 09-08-1864 F1625 0587 12785
Ferguson, R. L.; Hopper, William B.; Carter, Jane Johnson Warrensburg Transcript of telegram by Hopper of Sedalia to Provost Marshal Ferguson; request to see prisoner Jane Carter held at Sedalia 09-08-1864 F1625 0587 12785
Ferguson, R. L.; Hopper, William B.; Carter, Jane Johnson Warrensburg Transcript of telegram by Provost Marshal Ferguson to Hopper of Sedalia; allowing Hopper to see prisoner Jane Carter 09-08-1864 F1625 0587 12785
Ferguson, R. L.; Hopper, William B.; Carter, Jane Johnson Warrensburg Transcript of telegram by Provost Marshal Ferguson to Hopper of Sedalia; replies that he has prisoner Jane Carter 09-08-1864 F1625 0587 12785
Ferguson, R. L.; Houts, George; Smith, J. H.; Eppright, George Johnson Warrensburg Notation by Provost Marshal Ferguson that all parties in the Eppright's carriage theft case will be sent to St. Louis for further investigation 09-??-1864 F1625 0523 12784
Ferguson, R. L.; Houts, George; Smith, J. H.; Eppright, George Johnson Warrensburg Statement by Eppright to Ferguson regarding the theft of his carriage on 09-1862; stolen carriage now in the possession of J. H. Smith 09-??-1864 F1625 0522 12784
Ferguson, R. L.; Houts, George; Smith, J. H.; Eppright, George Johnson Warrensburg Two-page statement by Houts to Provost Marshal Ferguson regarding the theft of a carriage from Eppright in 09-1862; stolen carriage now in the possession of J. H. Smith 09-??-1864 F1625 0521 12784
Ferguson, R. L.; Howell, ? Johnson Warrensburg Transcript of telegram by Provost Marshal Ferguson to Operator Howell at Knob Noster; "your services as secret agent at Knob Noster are no longer required" 09-23-1864 F1625 0591 12785
Ferguson, R. L.; Howell, S. V.; Tunis, ?; McQuary, John Johnson Warrensburg Transcript of telegram by Howell to Provost Marshal Ferguson, notifying that the prisoner has been sent, requests orders for the arrest of Tunis and informs that McQuary is near St. Joseph 09-07-1864 F1625 0585 12785
Ferguson, R. L.; Howell, S. V.; Tunis, ?; McQuary, John Johnson Warrensburg Transcript of telegram by Provost Marshal Howell to Provost Marshal Ferguson; notification that particulars have been sent with the prisoner; requests order for arrest of Tunis; reports McQuary has left and is near St. Joseph 09-07-1864 F1625 0585 12785
Ferguson, R. L.; Howell, S. W.; McQuary, John Johnson Warrensburg Transcript of telegram by Howell to Provost Marshal Ferguson; suggesting the immediate arrest of three men, including McQuary 09-06-1864 F1625 0584 12785
Ferguson, R. L.; Howell, W. V.; McQuary, John Johnson Warrensburg Transcript of telegram by Operator Howell to Provost Marshal Ferguson, notification that McQuary is near St. Joseph and is disposing of stolen horses 09-07-1864 F1625 0586 12785
Ferguson, R. L.; Howell, W. V.; McQuary, John Johnson Warrensburg Transcript of telegram by Operator Howell to Provost Marshal Ferguson; advises McQuary is near St. Joseph in the company of an accomplice who disposes of horses as fast as they are taken from surrounding counties 09-07-1864 F1625 0586 12785
Ferguson, R. L.; Hughes, Clinton Johnson Warrensburg Proceedings in the general court marshal of Hughes, Co. I, 4th Cavalry, M.S.M., charged with drunkenness on duty, imprisoned with ball and chain 09-??-1864 F1625 0552 12784
Ferguson, R. L.; Ingle, Thomas; Foster, William M. Johnson Warrensburg Special Orders No. 67, rescinding permit granted to Ingle to ship whiskey into the district; liquor in Ingle's possession to be sent out of the district; Foster is to be released from military prison at Jefferson City and transported to Lexington 08-01-1864 F1619 0803 11245
Ferguson, R. L.; Keeland, Marylen; Pendleton, Sarah; Buffington, John Johnson Warrensburg Statement by Keeland, 18 year old resident of Jefferson City, re: Pendleton saying she was glad that the Captain had been killed by bushwhackers and said she would "rather be a bushwhacker than a Federal"; John Buffington had been injured by bushwhackers 09-??-1864 F1625 0527 12784
Ferguson, R. L.; Lightner, H. Johnson Warrensburg Order by Provost Marshal Ferguson that prisoner Lightner be held under arrest until further instructions are given 09-??-1864 F1625 0544 12784
Ferguson, R. L.; Lightner, H. Johnson Warrensburg Statement by Lightner to Provost Marshal Ferguson, illegible 09-??-1864 F1625 0556 12784
Ferguson, R. L.; Longan, Martin; Longan, Mary F.; Tarleton, ? Johnson Warrensburg Two-page statement by Longan about bushwhackers hiding at the home of Mrs. Tarleton in Callaway County, she is supplying them with meat; statement is concurred by Mary Longan 09-??-1864 F1625 0525 12784
Ferguson, R. L.; Martin, Julia; Sanderson, J. P. Johnson Warrensburg Notation by Provost Marshal Ferguson that Martin is a violent rebel and friend to bushwhackers, has served as a guide for the bushwhackers; recommends Martin be sent to Col. Sanderson 09-??-1864 F1625 0533 12784
Ferguson, R. L.; McQuary, John Johnson Warrensburg Transcript of telegram by Provost Marshal Ferguson to the Provost Marshal at St. Joseph; ordering the arrest of McQuary and his accomplice and that the men be sent to Warrensburg 09-07-1864 F1625 0586 12785
Ferguson, R. L.; McQuary, John Johnson Warrensburg Transcript of telegram by Provost Marshal Ferguson to the Provost Marshal in St. Joseph; ordering the arrest of horse thief McQuary and asks he be sent to Warrensburg 09-07-1864 F1625 0586 12785
Ferguson, R. L.; Moody, Cordelia Johnson Warrensburg Statement by Moody to Provost Marshal Ferguson that on the night of 09-09-1864 men came to her wagon where she was camped in St. Clair County and demanded a suit of clothes, illegible 09-??-1864 F1625 0548 12784
Ferguson, R. L.; Nowland, George Johnson Warrensburg Two-page request by Provost Marshal Ferguson to the commanding officer at Independence for an investigation of Nowland; Nowland is a rebel 09-??-1864 F1625 0567 12784
Ferguson, R. L.; Pendleton, Sarah Johnson Warrensburg Orders to Lieut. Frank Swap that he arrest Pendleton and send her to St. Louis and obtain evidence against her 09-26-1864 F1625 0569 12784
Ferguson, R. L.; Poney, Jesse H.; Henning, John A. Johnson Warrensburg Two-page statement by Poney of Brownville, that he overheard Henning praying in a very loud tone on 08-31-1864 that "the Lord might weaken the arms of the Federals so that the south might have power over them." 09-??-1864 F1625 0526 12784
Ferguson, R. L.; Raines, John; Henry, J. C.; Carter, J. B. Johnson Warrensburg Two-page statement to Provost Marshal Ferguson by Sgt. Henry; escape of prisoner Fuller at Lexington, Lafayette County, while Raines was guarding other prisoners; Carter concurs with Henry's statement 09-??-1864 F1625 0571 12784
Ferguson, R. L.; Rice, W. W. Johnson Warrensburg Statement by Rice who lives four miles south of Jefferson City; Rice reports he drank whiskey at a saloon on High Street in Jefferson City 09-??-1864 F1625 0528 12784
Ferguson, R. L.; Ridge, John G. Johnson Warrensburg Report by Provost Marshal Ferguson of the arrest of Ridge and investigation of his case; Ridge was forwarded from Lexington, Lafayette County to Warrensburg 09-13-1864 F1625 0540 12784
Ferguson, R. L.; Ryland, John Johnson Warrensburg Two pages of notes by Provost Marshal Ferguson regarding correspondence with attorney Ryland at Lexington, regarding liquors delivered to Lafayette County 09-??-1864 F1625 0561 12784
Ferguson, R. L.; Sanderson J. P. Johnson Warrensburg Cover sheet for transmittal of 09-1864 reports to Col. Sanderson 10-03-1864 F1625 0580 12785
Ferguson, R. L.; Sanderson J. P. Johnson Warrensburg Letter forwarding transcripts of the 09-1864 records from the office of Provost Marshal Ferguson to Col. Sanderson 10-03-1864 F1625 0581 12785
Ferguson, R. L.; Sanderson, J. P. Johnson Warrensburg Note by Provost Marshal Ferguson of inquiry to Col. Sanderson for instructions in dealing with parties who have publically declared their hatred towards Federal soldiers and sympathy to the bushwhackers 09-??-1864 F1625 0561 12784
Ferguson, R. L.; Sanderson, J. P. Johnson Warrensburg Transcript of telegram by Provost Marshal Ferguson to Col. Sanderson; requesting copies of all general orders from 1864 09-01-1864 F1625 0583 12785
Ferguson, R. L.; Sanderson, J. P.; Dewitt, Elizabeth Johnson Warrensburg Provost Marshal Ferguson's receipt of orders by Col. Sanderson that prisoner Elizabeth Dewitt, who had been banished from the state, be allowed to return to the district 09-??-1864 F1625 0542 12784
Ferguson, R. L.; Sanderson, J. P.; Durnett, Dorthea; Durnett, Sarah Johnson Warrensburg Provost Marshal Ferguson's receipt of orders by Col. Sanderson that prisoners Dorthea and Sarah Durnett, forwarded by Ferguson to be sent out of the state, be allowed to return to the district 09-??-1864 F1625 0542 12784
Ferguson, R. L.; Sanderson, J. P.; Martin, Julia Johnson Warrensburg Provost Marshal Ferguson's receipt of orders by Col. Sanderson that prisoner Julia Martin, forwarded by Ferguson to be sent out of the state, be allowed to return to the district 09-??-1864 F1625 0542 12784
Ferguson, R. L.; Sanderson, J. P.; Switzler, T. A. Johnson Warrensburg Transcript of telegram by Col. Sanderson to Provost Marshal Ferguson saying all general orders for 1864 should have been handed over by Switzler to Ferguson 09-02-1864 F1625 0583 12785
Ferguson, R. L.; Scott, Charles; Shackleford, Richard D. Johnson Warrensburg Cover sheet for letter by Capt. Ferguson re: prisoners Scott and Shackleford claiming to be rebel conscripts 11-30-1864 F1626 0590 13171
Ferguson, R. L.; Scott, Charles; Shackleford, Richard D. Johnson Warrensburg Letter by Capt. Ferguson to the Provost Marshal at St. Louis re: prisoners Scott and Shackleford being sent to St. Louis for further investigation; orders for Scott and Shackleford to post $500 bond and take oath of allegiance 11-30-1864 F1626 0592 13171
Ferguson, R. L.; Simmons, Nancy N. Johnson Warrensburg Statement by Simmons that Capt. Quinn of Co. N, 7th Cavalry took a horse from her farm in Johnson County on 08-29-1864 09-??-1864 F1625 0564 12784
Ferguson, R. L.; Sloan, Robert Johnson Warrensburg Receipt of orders by Provost Marshal Ferguson, that prisoner Sloan be tried by military commission on the charges of being a guerrilla and murderer 09-??-1864 F1625 0563 12784
Ferguson, R. L.; Steger, J. H.; Ledbetter, Rufus; Williams, S. M. Johnson Warrensburg Report by Provost Marshal Ferguson of the arrest of Ledbetter by Capt. Morton; Ledbetter is charged with harboring bushwhackers; Lieut. Williams of Clinton, is to investigate the charges further 09-??-1864 F1625 0537 12784
Ferguson, R. L.; Stemer, Albert; Parker, Henry; Howard, William; Sanderson, J. P. Johnson Warrensburg Referral by Ferguson to Colonel Sanderson that Stemer, Parker and Howard are not in Ferguson's district 09-??-1864 F1625 0521 12784
Ferguson, R. L.; Swap, Frank Johnson Warrensburg Note by Provost Marshal Ferguson of General Order No. 139, dated 08-05-1864, ordering Corporal Christian to report for duty to his post 09-??-1864 F1625 0541 12784
Ferguson, R. L.; Swap, Frank; Salisbury, J.; Shingles, L.; Morgan, A. C. Johnson Warrensburg Transcript of telegram by Assistant Provost Marshal Swap at Jefferson City to Provost Marshal Ferguson; notification of the escape of three prisoners last night, Salisbury, Shingles and Morgan 09-23-1864 F1625 0591 12785
Ferguson, R. L.; Switzzebel, Peter; Hall, J. C. W. Johnson Warrensburg Transcript of telegram by Provost Marshal Ferguson to Switzzebel; referring his question regarding liquor suppression to Capt. Hall at Kansas City 09-14-1864 F1625 0588 12785
Ferguson, R. L.; Thompson, John H. Johnson Warrensburg Two-page note by Provost Marshal Ferguson that citizen prisoner John H. Thompson is not in the district, Thompson's trial was held in the southwest Missouri district 09-??-1864 F1625 0541 12784
Ferguson, R. L.; Todd, T.; Young, W. L. Johnson Warrensburg Statement by Todd to Provost Marshal Ferguson; re: Young telling him of a band of thieves being in Smithton under the command of Capt. Owens 09-??-1864 F1625 0575 12784
Ferguson, R. L.; Tunnell, William P. Johnson Warrensburg Statement by Tunnell to Provost Marshal Ferguson; on 09-01-1864 Capt. Elmore took his permit allowing him to carry arms and Navy revolver; permit issued 04-30-1864 by Lieut. Caper and Col. McFerran 09-??-1864 F1625 0543 12784
Ferguson, R. L.; Williams, Stephen M. Johnson Warrensburg Two-page reference to Special Orders No. 244, relieving Assistant Provost Marshal Williams from duty at Clinton, Henry County; books and papers to be turned over to Provost Marshal Ferguson at Warrensburg 09-??-1864 F1625 0556 12784
Ferguson, R. L.; Wilson, W. D.; Pullum, William; McKey, ? Johnson Warrensburg Transcript of telegram by commander Wilson at Knob Noster to Provost Marshal Ferguson; notification that Pullum and McKey passed through Knob Noster and will strike a train in Kansas 09-16-1864 F1625 0589 12785
Ferguson, R. L.; Wilson, W. D.; Pullum, William; McKey, ? Johnson Warrensburg Transcript of telegram by Provost Marshal Ferguson to Commander Wilson at Knob Noster; notification that Pullum passed through Warrensburg last night and is assisted by McKey, expected to strike train in Kansas 09-17-1864 F1625 0589 12785
Ferguson, R. L.; Wilson, W. D.; Pullum, William; Shingles, Lath; McQuary, John Johnson Warrensburg Transcript of telegram by Provost Marshal Ferguson to Commander Wilson at Knob Noster; ordering the arrest of Pullum, Shingles and McQuary and the prisoners be sent to Adjutant General Howell 09-06-1864 F1625 0584 12785
Ferguson, R. L.; Wilson, W. D.; Pullum, William; Shingles, Lath; McQuary, John M.; Howell, S. W. Johnson Warrensburg Transcript of telegram by Provost Marshal Ferguson to Commander W. D. Wilson at Knob Noster; ordering the arrest of Pullum, Shingles and McQuary and they be sent to Adjutant General Howell 09-06-1864 F1625 0584 12785
Ferguson, R. L.; Wilson, W. D.; Vice, L. R.; Tunis, ? Johnson Warrensburg Transcript of telegram by Provost Marshal Ferguson to Commander W. D. Wilson at Knob Noster; ordering the arrest of Vice and Tunis and have them sent to Warrensburg 09-07-1864 F1625 0585 12785
Ferguson, R. L.; Wilson, W. D.; Vice, L. R.; Tunis, ? Johnson Warrensburg Transcript of telegram by Provost Marshal Ferguson to Commander Wilson at Knob Noster; ordering the arrest of Vice and Tunis and they be sent to Warrensburg 09-07-1864 F1625 0585 12785
Ferguson, R. L.; Windell, Amy; Pendleton, Sarah Johnson Warrensburg Statement by Windell, a resident of Jefferson City; reports Pendleton saying she would rather be a bushwhacker than a Federal 09-??-1864 F1625 0527 12784
Ferguson, R. L.; Woodnorth, H. D. Johnson Warrensburg Recommendation by Provost Marshal Ferguson that Woodnorth receive a pay increase to $100 a month; Woodnorth is serving as a Kansas City police officer and U. S. detective 09-05-1864 F1625 0536 12784
Ferguson, R. S. Johnson Warrensburg Report that Franklin Swap released prisoner R. L. Lloyd, who has gone to Lexington and will be rearrested there 07-31-1862 F1482
Fickas, Adam Johnson 13 page document providing witness testimony regarding the claim of Fickas for timber. 01-??-1865 F1317
Fickas, Adam Johnson Claim for timber which was taken from him to construct huts and stables at Camp Grover, near Warrensburg. Description of timber taken and which groups took timber follows. N. D. F1317
Fickas, Levi Johnson Oath of allegiance 01-28-1862 F1317
Fickle, Anna Johnson Warrensburg Special Order 43 noting that Miss Fickle would be temporarily removed to the residence of Wiley Farmer due to her serious illness. Fickle will be required to sign a parole. 06-??-1864 F1317
Figgins, Jack; Figgins, Harrison Johnson Recruiting Station: Warrensberg F1897.8 47

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