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Name County City Subject Date Reel Number Frame Number File Number
Campbell, Daniel Macon Callao Railroad hand, statement that while guarding a thief, two soldiers took the pistol he carried that belonged to Tom Moody, claiming he had no permit, and Tom swore to get paid for it or take blood 07-20-1864 F1201
Capps, Andrew Macon Macon Instructions to send Capps, a prisoner, to the Office of Judge Advocate under proper guard. 03-31-1865 F1292
Capps, Andrew Macon Macon Letter from R. A. DeBolt asking Lieut. Harding if there were any charges against Capps in his office. 04-06-1865 F1292
Capps, Andrew; Capps, W. B.; Earst, John Macon Macon Special Order No. 52. Transfer of prisoners to Troy. 06-20-1865 F1640 0902 17349
Capps, W. P. Macon Macon Letter from B. A. DeBolt ordering that Capps be sent to headquarters as soon as he was able to travel. 04-11-865 F1292
Carman, Miss Mercilla Macon Macon Order for Carman to report in person to the Provost Marshal in order to give testimony in a pending case. 01-10-1865 F1292
Carman, Miss Sarah A. Macon Macon Order for Carman to report in person to the Provost Marshal in order to give testimony in a pending case. 01-10-1865 F1292
Carothers, Calvin; Stahlens, Isaac; Houston, Samuel; Highly, J. B. Macon Macon Subpoenas for men in Palmyra. 02-11-1865 F1631 0542 14702
Carson, William; Lipscomb, Col. H. S.; Marshall, Freeman; Kohler, G.; Leighton, Alex; Johnson, Fannie; Yancy, Lyman; Milton, Mrs. H. H.; Ferril, Sarah Macon Macon Order to subpoena individuals. 02-13-1865 F1631 0544 14703
Carter, John L. Macon Oath of Loyalty 06-06-1862 F1235
Caruther, J. C. Macon Macon Citizen of Shelby County, statement that William Maupin and George Maupin stole and robbed their way across Shelby County and other counties, list of witnesses included 01-16-1865 F1485
Chace, C. A. Macon Macon Oath of Allegiance 02-28-1862 F1236
Chandler, Charles; Chandler, Fountain Macon Recruiting Station: Macon F1894.11 112
Chandler, Joseph L. Macon Macon Oath of Allegiance 11-30-1864 F1236
Chase, C. A. Macon Macon Oath of Allegiance for officers and employees of Hannibal and St. Joseph R.R. Co. 02-22-1862 F1236
Clark, W. T. Macon Macon Special Order 10 to follow General Order 86 04-06-1865 F1362
Clarke, W. T. Macon Macon Order to enclose a recommendation of J. H. Hall for United States detective and to back it up with one from the general commanding 11-03-1864 F1336
Clarke, W. T. Macon Macon Special Order 67, to release William B. Moody providing he resides north and east of Springfield, Illinois during the war, Maj. R. E. DeBolt charged with execution of the order 04-03-1865 F1201
Clifton, John Macon Eureka Oath of Allegiance 02-28-1862 F1239
Clifton, John Macon Eureka Oath of allegiance taken by officer and employees of Hannibal and St. Joseph Railroad 02-28-1862 F1239
Colbin, Thomas B. Macon Macon Parole 12-15-186? F1467
Collet, Mrs. Marillo Macon Macon Special Order 8, XI, stating that Collet and her children, currently residing in Chariton County, will be banished beyound the U. S. lines during the rebellion. Will be banished March 10, 1865. 01-17-1865 F1467
Collins, Grundy, a man of color Macon Macon Letter from Jeff A. Mayhall stating that he believes there was foul play regarding Collins. Stated Grundy was supposed to pay all expense, but some of the said money hasn't been accounted for. 06-08-1864 F1467
Collins, Grundy, a man of color Macon Macon Letter from Jeff A. Mayhall, instructing that the money taken from Grundy be handed over to A. Gregory for distribution. Money should be handed over without delay or the consequence would be arrest. 05-18-1864 F1467
Collins, J. M. Macon Macon Parole 03-17-1864 F1467
Colman, William; Edwards, Burton; Patton, H. H. Macon Macon Petition supporting the loyalty of Simeon Halliburton, prisoner in Macon, and that his release would have a good loyal effect on the neighborhood ??-??-???? F1336
Combs, [?] Macon Macon Letter from John M. Reed stating that he had arrested Combs, who had claimed to belong to Price's army. Had with him a horse, gun and revolver. Asks if he should be released on oath and bond. 01-26-1865 F1467
Connelly, Thomas Macon Macon Letter from Inspector detailing the list of major damages incurred to the St. Joseph home of Connelly; was used to quarter soldiers for six months. States U. S. government should pay for damages. 04-30-1865 F1468
Cook, Henry; Jacobs, Scott Macon Macon Telegram ordering arrest of men 02-07-1865 F1632 0396 14962
Cook, Olivia Macon Macon City Oath of Allegiance 01-28-1865 F1240
Coonce, George Macon Macon Letter from Coonce claiming he was persecuted by personal enemies and he'd like to take his family to California ?-?-1864 F1240
Coonce, George W. Macon Macon Injects the option of Coonce taking his family to California. Published in General Order #14 01-25-1865 F1240
Cox, William Macon Macon City Oath and terms of parole; breach of parole will result in military trial; must report weekly; limited to Macon County; age 23 04-20-1964 F1242
Cox, William Macon Macon City Reporting as required per parole, to Col. Jennison 06-24-1864 F1242
Cox, William Macon Macon City Reporting as required per parole, to Col. Jennison 07-24-1864 F1242
Cox, William Macon Macon City Reporting as required per parole, to Col. Jennison 08-??-1864 F1242
Cox, William Macon Macon City Reporting as required per parole, to Col. Jennison, provost marshal at St. Joseph 04-29-1864 F1242
Cox, William Macon Macon City Reporting as required per parole, to Col. Jennison, provost marshal at St. Joseph 05-06-1864 F1242
Cox, William Macon Macon City Reporting as required per parole, to Col. Jennison, provost marshal at St. Joseph 05-15-1864 F1242
Cox, William Macon Macon City Reporting as required per parole, to Col. Jennison, provost marshal at St. Joseph 06-08-1864 F1242
Cox, William Macon Macon City Reporting as required per parole, to Col. Jennison, provost marshal at St. Joseph; wants to know when to report to provost marshal at Macon City 04-23-1863 F1242
Cox, William Macon Macon City Reporting as required per parole, to Col. Jennison; file notation: U.S. vs Cox 07-16-1864 F1242
Cox, William Macon Macon City Statement: was raised 4 miles southeast of Macon; enrolled at Hartville 1862; was working on the North MO Railroad and resided close to Jacksonville; voted and took oath, never sworn except at Clinton ??-??-186? F1242
Craig, John Macon Macon Cover sheet for documents in the case of John Craig ??-??-1864 F1657 1155 21385
Craig, John Macon Macon Cover sheet, illegible 12-27-1864 F1657 1148 21385
Craig, John; Tyler, John F.; Kirshourn, [Unknown]; Lewis, Henry J.; Miskey, Fred Macon Macon Three-page statement in the case of John Craig, documents to be forwarded to St. Louis along with prisoner Craig; caputred in Lewis County 12-15-1864 and charged with making a guard release a deserter 12-17-1864 F1657 1156 21385
Craig, John; Tyler, John F.; Kirshourn, [Unknown]; Lewis, Henry J.; Miskey, Fred Macon Macon Three-page statement in the case of John Craig, documents to be forwarded to St. Louis along with prisoner Craig; prisoner received at Hannibal from Lieut. Kirschourn 12-17-1864 F1657 1157 21385
Craig, John; Tyler, John F.; Kirshourn, [Unknown]; Lewis, Henry J.; Miskey, Fred; McColm, John K.; Carnes, B. F. Macon Macon Three-page statement in the case of John Craig, documents to be forwarded to St. Louis along with prisoner Craig' evidence presented by McColm and Carnes 12-17-1864 F1657 1158 21385
Crampton, Thomas Macon Recommends that the bond of Mr. Brown be set at $2500 instead of $1000 06-03-1863 F1285
Crampton, Thomas Macon Macon Communication that bond of Carter Baker forfeited 07-07-1863 F1221
Crampton, Thomas Macon Macon Report of evidence of William Moore of Montgomery County, took the oath and gave bond of $5000 for feeding bushwhackers, security Samuel Norris, bond declared forfeited and ordered collected 06-08-1863 F1202
Crampton, Thomas Macon Macon Report that William Shambline of Callaway County was charged with disloyalty, gave $1000 bond, was friends with bushwhackers William Bently, Jackson Hanney, and Bill Simpson, and forfeited his bond 06-??-1863 F1488
Crews, Paul Macon Macon City File notation: Brig. Gen. Guitar's recommendation to grant return 12-01-1863 F1244
Crews, Paul Macon Macon City Letter from Bloomington, IN to Broadhead, St. Louis, requesting release from banishment; banished for being with rebel Poindexter in north MO; took oath and gave bond 11-2?-1863 F1244
Crews, Paul Macon Macon City Order No. 165 allowing Crews to return to state; will report to Guitar 12-04-1863 F1244
Cunningham, Elijah Macon Macon City Statement of Cunningham that he lives in Randolph County and went with James Vest and Mark Philips to join Poindexter. Says he had no arms and took his own horse; was taken prisoner. 08-07-1862 F1247
Cunningham, Samuel Macon Oath of allegiance 02-??-1862 F1247
Cup (?), Macon Macon Note saying that Cup (?) was in the extreme Southwest section of Missouri and it would be difficult to go arrest him. 01-27-1865 F1247
Dalby, Ross Macon Callas Oath, on form for officers and employees of Hannibal and St. Joseph R. R. Co., before William R. Strachan; witnesses: E. J. Crandall of Hannibal, E. E. Richardson of Callas, J. S. Howard of Hannibal 02-28-1862 F1294
Dameron, John J. Macon Huntsville Letter, by Joseph L. Minor, seeking release of Dameron, a southern man, with two sons in the rebel army, but who is honorable and peaceable and has not taken up arms 09-29-1863 F1294
Dameron, John J. Macon Huntsville Letter, G. H. Burkhartt to Col. Eberman at Macon City, seeking Dameron's release 10-20-1862 F1294
Daniels, Beverly Macon Macon Military Telegram: Maj. D. C. McKay requests conditions of bond of Daniels of Randolph Co. 01-09-1865 F1294
Davidson, James; Wade, James; Douglass, A. Macon Macon Cover sheet for the release of prisoners 11-20-1864 F1657 0706 21255
Davis, Daniel E. Macon Statement of Davis that he is 30 years old and a Southern sympathizer. Notes that he enrolled in the Militia of Adair County as disloyal. Has $25 Confederate money in his possession. 09-06-1863 F1296
Davis, Daniel E. Macon Macon Letter from O. Guitar that Davis is a "peculiar" case. He is quiet man known for his integrity, but claims to be an incorrigible rebel. Davis to be banished because of his "stubborn fanaticism". 08-15-1863 F1296
Davis, Daniel E. Macon Macon Letter from O. Guitar that Davis' brother, A. J. Davis, was coming to look after him while he was in St. Louis. Notes that A. J. Davis is an unconditional Union man. 09-12-1863 F1296
Davis, Daniel E. Macon Macon Notice that Davis, a prisoner, is paroled to report in person to the Office of the Provost Marshal in St. Louis. 08-15-1863 F1296
Davis, Daniel E. Macon Macon Two documents regarding Davis and his loyalties. One has a list of questions asked of Davis by people acquainted with him. 09-12-1863 F1296
Davis, L. P. Macon Macon City Letter from Jeff A. Marshall forwarding the statement of Captain Sipple regarding Davis, a prisoner. States Davis is a peaceful man when sober. States he thinks Davis is a Southern sympathizer. 05-19-1864 F1297
Davis, Nathaniel Macon Macon City Special Order 13, appointing Davis enrolling officer of Scotland County. Notes that Davis is a resident of Memphis, Scotland County, MO. 08-20-1862 F1296
Davis, Shadrick Macon Oath of allegiance and description 06-23-1865 F1400
Davis, Shadrick Macon Oath of Allegiance, physical description included, witness C. P. Belden 06-23-1865 F1488
Davisson, J.; Salyer, John; Smith, Jonathan; etc. Macon Macon Petition for the release of John H. Morgan, former member of Price's army, as he has never been involved with bushwhackers and he gave himself up ??-??-186? F1202
Day, Felix Macon Oath of allegiance 04-14-1862 F1297
Dearing, J. W. Macon Macon City Dearing, Union man, is prisoner of war n.d. F1298

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