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Name County City Subject Date Reel Number Frame Number File Number
Keeton, Martha; Gardner, T. M.; Pritchett, L. W.; Smith, Henry; Bratcher, Lazerous; Beckwith, Underwood; Mercer, Robert; Mercer, Mary; Griffith, W. W.; Brewer, John Mississippi Charleston Two-page statement by Griffith re: smuggling ring operated by the Mercers, Keeton and Brewer; whiskey is being delivered to Kentucky on the shore of Island No. 1; smuggling salt to Kentucky a short time before the fight at Paducah 10-24-1864 F1627 0059 13379
Kennick, Benjamin; Lindsey, John; Brigsby, William; Brigsby, Moses; Danforth, Lewis S.; Banks, B.; Greenfield, James B.; Jacks, D.; Whitcomb, George; Byrd, Thomas; Chapman, Wilshire; Underwood, John; Lofflin, Daniel; Allison, James etal Mississippi Four pages of names noted as being Union citizens of Mississippi County. N. D. F1660 0314 22185
Kennick, Geo. W. Mississippi Charleston Asking for permission to be a merchant in Charleston 09-19-1864 F1357
King, James D. Mississippi Oath of allegiance, sworn at Columbus, Kentucky 12-06-1862 F1151
Kopp, Philip Mississippi Subject seeks [in 2 pages] permission from Gen. A. J. Smith to ship salt from Columbus KY to Mississippi County. n.d. F1359
Lane, A. P.; Goodin, F. S.; Sweaney, W. A.; Humphries, H. W.; Meier, Jasper; Wiliams, Allen; Seales, J. W.; Bush, John L.; Beckwith, Thomas; Taylor, Jerry; Rhodes, J. E.; Robertson, James; Cupp, Greenleaf; Bumpass, J. L.; Hinton, John A.; etal Mississippi Bird's Point List of 26 prisoners at Alton, IL transferred from St. Louis, MO who were arrested by order of Gen. E. A. Paine at Cairo, IL and Bird's Point, MO since Dec. 1861; prisoners wish to take oath and give bond 03-25-1862 F1584 0226 872
Langley, Alonzo A. D.; Fugate, Randal; Cobb, James R. Mississippi Charleston Correspondence from Assistant Provost Marshal Reid referring to the transfer of the transcript of record. Reference to bonds of Langley, Fugate, and Cobb. 08-12-1864 F1620 0950 11519
Lathrop, Armin Mississippi Charleston Bond, $1000, arrested for having stolen whiskey in his possession, securities Armon W. Fait and Samuel Adams 05-09-1864 F1153
Lee, Henry; Lee, Hooper C. Mississippi Recruiting Station: Charleston F1893.3 27
Lee, James Mississippi Wrapper only, Reg. 583 - Department of Missouri, page 205, captured by Gen. Paine, referred to Col. Cutts, taken to Alton, will take the oath and give bond 03-29-1862 F1361
Lee, John L. Mississippi Oath of Allegiance, witness J. A. Ewing 04-02-1864 F1361
Lee, Lenard; Lee, James Mississippi Recruiting Station: Charleston F1893.3 26
Lee, Miles; Swank, William P. Mississippi Recruiting Station: Charleston F1893.3 7
Long, Thomas Mississippi Charleston Citizen of Wolf Island Township, word of honor to report in person, witness William Lonergan 01-21-1865 F1483
Mabee, Julia E.; Mercer, Robert; Mercer, Mary; Brewer, John Mississippi Charleston Cover sheet for evidence produced by Mabee 10-24-1864 F1627 0061 13379
Mabee, Julia E.; Mercer, Robert; Mercer, Mary; Brewer, John Mississippi Charleston Statement by Mabee re: smuggling ring operated by the Mercers and Brewer; shipping whiskey from Cairo, Illinois to New York, Missouri; shipping from Norfork, Missouri to No. 1 Landing in Kentucky; does not know anything about smuggling salt 10-24-1864 F1627 0062 13379
Mabee, Suffrenus.; Brewer, John; Mercer, Robert; Mercer, Mary Mississippi Charleston Cover sheet for evidence produced by Mabee 10-24-1864 F1627 0063 13379
Mabee, Suffrenus.; Brewer, John; Mercer, Robert; Mercer, Mary; Beckworth, Tom Mississippi Charleston Statement by Mabee re: smuggling ring operated by the Mercers and Brewer; witnessed Mercer and Brewer hauling whiskey from Cairo, Illinois to Norfork; Beckworth hauls salt for Mercer 10-24-1864 F1627 0064 13379
Mabee, Suffrenus; Beckworth, Underwood; Mercer, Robert; Mercer, Mary; Brewer, John; Keeton, Martha Mississippi Charleston Two-page statement by Mabee re: smugglers R. Mercer, M. Mercer, Keeton and Brewer; witnessed smugglers shipping whiskey to Cairo, Illinois 10-24-1864 F1627 0108 13379
Major, Weden Mississippi Bellmont Pledge to desist connection with disUnion party 08-01-1861 F1366
Mason, John F. Mississippi Charleston Oath of Allegiance 01-13-1865 F1484
Mason, John F.; Henderson, John T.; Forrest, William C.; Smith, Peter K.; Danforth, Louis W.; Pritchett, L. W.; Gardner, John A.; Calvin, James Mississippi Charleston Statements in cases and recommendations. Guerrilla service. Smuggling. 01-13-1865 F1629 0582 14108
Mathews, William Mississippi Wrapper only, ordering to hold him for trial and more evidence, and that he died October 27, 1862, with orders to bury him and return the papers 10-22-1862 F1485
McElmurray, Absalom; Lee, Cruise; Taylor, John; Beckwith, Underwood; Myrick, Mathew; Trice, Dr. [?]; Levy, Abraham; Cain, [?]; Ringo, Joseph; Nally, Pias; Skeen, William; Druffell, E. H. Mississippi Charleston File is a transcript of record book for May 22-31, 1865. Statement of McElmurry of how he was on a boat which was loading government corn. Details seeing an intoxicated Taylor get into a conflict with a captain. Captain ordered soldiers to open fire. 05-26-1865 F1639 1038 17121
McElmurray, Absalom; Lee, Cruise; Taylor, John; Beckwith, Underwood; Myrick, Mathew; Trice, Dr. [?]; Levy, Abraham; Cain, [?]; Ringo, Joseph; Nally, Pias; Skeen, William; Druffell, E. H. Mississippi Charleston Statement of Abraham Levy that while he was sewing up corn sacks he heard a pistol shot and someone said "the captain is shot." After the first shot, black soldiers ran up the bank firing. He was arrested and taken to Columbus, KY. 05-26-1865 F1639 1043 17121
McElmurray, Absalom; Lee, Cruise; Taylor, John; Beckwith, Underwood; Myrick, Mathew; Trice, Dr. [?]; Levy, Abraham; Cain, [?]; Ringo, Joseph; Nally, Pias; Skeen, William; Druffell, E. H. Mississippi Charleston Statement of E. H. Druffell, a private in the Arkansas Volunteers. Druffell details his service in the Confederate Army. After the rebel surrender he went home to find his parents had moved to MO. Asks to take the amnesty oath to become a U. S. citizen 05-31-1865 F1639 1051 17121
McElmurray, Absalom; Lee, Cruise; Taylor, John; Beckwith, Underwood; Myrick, Mathew; Trice, Dr. [?]; Levy, Abraham; Cain, [?]; Ringo, Joseph; Nally, Pias; Skeen, William; Druffell, E. H. Mississippi Charleston Statement of Harper C. Lee that he was present when Taylor got into a fight with Capt. Maddison. Maddison asked what was wrong and an intoxicated Taylor replied he'd had "13 1/2 drops too much." The captain went after Taylor; a shot was fired. 05-27-1865 F1639 1048 17121
McElmurray, Absalom; Lee, Cruise; Taylor, John; Beckwith, Underwood; Myrick, Mathew; Trice, Dr. [?]; Levy, Abraham; Cain, [?]; Ringo, Joseph; Nally, Pias; Skeen, William; Druffell, E. H. Mississippi Charleston Statement of Pias Nally that while he was drinking at the bar on a steamboat, he heard a gun shot. He ran out to see what happened and was marched on board by soldiers. On board he saw Capt. Maddison lying on the cabin floor groaning. 05-26-1865 F1639 1044 17121
McElmurray, Absalom; Lee, Cruise; Taylor, John; Beckwith, Underwood; Myrick, Mathew; Trice, Dr. [?]; Levy, Abraham; Cain, [?]; Ringo, Joseph; Nally, Pias; Skeen, William; Druffell, E. H. Mississippi Charleston Statement of Underwood Beckwith that he was on board a boat which was taking on corn loaded by black soldiers. One of the black soldiers carrying a bag of corn ran into Taylor, which insulted him. The soldier told Capt. Maddison, who confronted Taylor. 05-26-1865 F1639 1041 17121
McElmurray, Absalom; Lee, Cruise; Taylor, John; Beckwith, Underwood; Myrick, Mathew; Trice, Dr. [?]; Levy, Abraham; Cain, [?]; Ringo, Joseph; Nally, Pias; Skeen, William; Druffell, E. H. Mississippi Charleston Statement of William Skeen that he deserted from the army of the CSA. He was conscripted in Mississippi. He now wishes to take the amnesty oath and become a citizen of the United States. 05-27-1865 F1639 1046 17121
McElmurry, Thomas S. Mississippi Statement of William Rodder that McElmurry told him he provided a horse to a secession troop under Jackson. States McElmurry suggested he (Rodder) also provide a horse. 10-03-1862 F1199
McFarland, James D. Mississippi Bird's Point Letter from Col. C. C. Marsh regarding slave of Dr. McFarland, of Jackson, MO. States the slave came and volunteered to help; was never formally employed. The slave hid when McFarland came for him. 11-04-1861 F1199
McKinney, James Mississippi Wrapper only, reg. 583 - Department of Missouri, Page 217, Alton ??-??-186? F1200
Mclemurry, Dick; Mclemurry, Scott Mississippi Recruiting Station: Charleston F1893.3 17
Mclemurry, Lewis; Mclemurry, Scott Mississippi Recruiting Station: Charleston F1893.3 24
Mclemurry, Simon; Mclemurry, Scott Mississippi Recruiting Station: Charleston F1893.3 20
Means, Thomas J. Mississippi Belmont Parole of honor 08-01-1861 F1372
Meazel, Flemming Mississippi Oath of allegiance and physical description 06-13-1865 F1372
Medley, John C.; Mercer, Robert; Mercer, Mary Mississippi Charleston Cover sheet for statement by Medley re: smuggling ring 09-19-1864 F1627 0085 13379
Medley, John C.; Mercer, Robert; Mercer, Mary; Brewer, John; Beckworth, Wood Mississippi Charleston Statement by Medley who lived with the Mercers from 08-1863 thru 05-1864; has seen whiskey at Mercer's house, and has brought flour and salt to the Mercers from St. Louis 09-19-1864 F1627 0086 13379
Mercer, Mary Mississippi Bond in the amount of $1,000. 09-21-1864 F1373
Mercer, Mary Mississippi Document stating that the evidence to prove the guilt of Mrs. Mercer, a prisoner, has been forwarded. 11-25-1864 F1373
Mercer, Mary Mississippi Statement of John Hagan giving the names of all people who he knows to be involved in smuggling goods South. Statement very detailed. 12-26-1864 F1373
Mercer, Mary Mississippi Charleston Letter from George Whitcomb, County Court Clerk, to Col. J. Darr, written on behalf of Mrs. Mercer. Mercer is under arrest and ill. She wishes to be allowed to stay at a hotel rather than in prison. 11-27-1864 F1373
Mercer, Mary Mississippi Charleston Special Order 5, stating that Mrs. Mercer, a prisoner, should be delivered to Col. Joseph Darr Jr. 11-28-1864 F1373
Mercer, Mary Mississippi Charleston Statement of Charles Atcher that he informed Mrs. Mercer that reports were going to be made that she was engaged in smuggling powder. Mercer said she was going to distribute it among neighbors. 12-31-1864 F1373
Mercer, Mary Mississippi Charleston Statement of David L. Humphreys that he also knew of Mrs. Mercer being involved in smuggling whiskey, ammunition and salt from Cairo, IL. 12-31-1864 F1373
Mercer, Mary Mississippi Charleston Statement of David L. Humphries in regards to Mrs. Mercer smuggling ammunition from Cairo, IL. States David White, employed by Mercer, brought 1 1/2 bushels of powder in a pillow slip for Mercer. 12-31-1864 F1373
Mercer, Mary Mississippi Charleston Statement of James Calvin. First pages of statement almost entirely illegible. Calvin goes through a variety of names of individuals and what he knows about their involvement in smuggling. 12-26-1864 F1373
Mercer, Mary Mississippi Charleston Statement of Joseph N. Clark regarding allegations that Mrs. Mercer made a proposition to James Fugate, a guerrilla, to have Capt. E. P. Diehl, H. J. Deal and George M. Keyser killed. 12-31-1864 F1373
Mercer, Mary C. Mississippi Charleston Statement of Mercer, charged with aiding and abetting in smuggling. States she is in habit of purchasing much of the goods sold at store owned with her husband Robert. 09-19-1864 F1373
Mercer, Robert Mississippi Bond in the amount of $1,000. 09-19-1864 F1373
Mercer, Robert Mississippi Two notes from Mercer reporting in accordance with the terms of his bond. 04-05-1865 F1373
Mercer, Robert Mississippi Two notes from Mercer reporting to Lieut. Richardson in accordance with the terms of his bond. 04-12-1865 F1373
Mercer, Robert Mississippi Charleston Statement of George Whitcomb, Clerk of the County and Circuit Courts, that he knows Mercer to be a loyal man. 10-11-1864 F1373
Mercer, Robert Mississippi Charleston Statement of Henry Smith detailing the people he saw Mercer sell whiskey to as well as the amounts sold. 10-25-1864 F1373
Mercer, Robert Mississippi Charleston Statement of John Underwood regarding Mercer selling whiskey. He asked Mercer about the whiskey and Mercer said it belonged to Martha Keeton. 09-16-1864 F1373
Mercer, Robert Mississippi Charleston Statement of Robert Mercer that he hasn't had any whiskey for sale for two years. States Martha Keeton brought whiskey to him after her husband's death. He details the salt he has been obtaining. 09-19-1864 F1373
Mercer, Robert Mississippi Norfolk Letter from Mercer hard to decipher. Mercer says Confederate soldiers (Marmaduke's men) came to their home demanding food and that many in the army don't believe a man can own a slave and be Union. ??-17-1864 F1373
Mercer, Robert Mississippi Norfolk Statement of Mercer that he is a store owner. Mercer is questioned about whom he sold whiskey to and how much he received from Cairo, IL. 11-14-1864 F1373
Mercer, Robert Mississippi Norfolk Statement of Mercer that since the beginning of the war he has been a Union man. Claims that since the war began he has purchased nothing unless it was permitted by the military. 10-10-1864 F1373
Mercer, Robert; Mercer, Mary Mississippi Charleston Cover sheet reads "Mercer case" ??-??-1864 F1627 0058 13379
Mercer, Robert; Wyatt, James; Hale, John; Reynolds, William; Barry, William; Davis, Robert H.; Hargan, R.; Powel, Joseph; Moore, George; Jenington, John; Dowis, B. J.; Fulkerson, L. M.; Derrington, Thomas; Ward, William; Bush, E. T. and others Mississippi Two-page petition signed by sixty-two citizens of Mississippi County attesting to Mercer's innocence of knowingly violating military law 11-04-1864 F1627 0045 13379
Merrill, Jonathan Mississippi Statement of Merrill, a prisoner, to be forwarded to St. Louis. Merrill charged with disloyalty and giving aid to guerrillas. 02-22-1865 F1373
Merrill, Jonathan Mississippi Charleston Letter from Lieut. William Thurber stating that Merrill, a prisoner, was arrested at New Madrid Co. Letter partially illegible. 03-20-1865 F1373
Merser, Robert Mississippi Charleston Special Order 3, calling for the arrest of Merser and his wife. Surname spelled in other documents as "Mercer." 09-17-1864 F1373
Miers, A. W. Mississippi Oath of allegiance and physical description 06-23-1863 F1156
Miller, Abraham Mississippi Oath and parole 07-09-1864 F1156
Miller, Abraham Mississippi Oath of allegiance 07-09-1864 F1156
Miller, Jacob P.; Wells, Stephen Mississippi Charleston Letter from Lt. James A. Reed enclosing the statement of a man arrested because Miller, a smuggler, was staying at his house. Reed is unsure how much this statement will sustain charges of disloyalty against Wells. 09-13-1864 F1621 0209 11573
Miller, John W. Mississippi Bond in the amount of $1,000. 10-08-1864 F1156
Miller, John W. Mississippi Bond in the amount of $1,000. Miller was arrested for being in arms against the U. S. government. 11-02-1864 F1157
Miller, John W. Mississippi Charleston Parole. Miller promises to remain within Mississippi County and to report in person weekly to the Assistant Provost Marshal. 11-02-1864 F1157
Miller, Samuel W.; Darby, William J.; Merryman, D. H.; [unknown], Louis Mississippi Cover letter for a copy of a parole (not included on microfilm); note that Miller of Mississippi County, MO died; others listed as never having been at Alton, IL prison 06-14-1862 F1585 1358 1438
Mills, E. Jones; Wilson, Jim; Bowlin, [unknown]; Bailey, Tim; Knott, Jim Mississippi Charleston Mills' statement. Information on Jim Wilson purchasing horses. 06-01-1865 F1640 0058 17144

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