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Name County City Subject Date Reel Number Frame Number File Number
Edens, Demark A. Mississippi Charleston $1,000 bond; arrested for disloyalty and limited to Charleston; required to report daily in person 09-17-1864 F1310
Ewing, J. A. Mississippi Charleston Report that he is sending the fines of Mr. Janes and James Fugate, and Mr. Lee's bond, that Fugate has been unable to pay his whole fine, but Ewing believes he can get it from Fugates' father, also sends Bevil Fugate as he hasn't had a trial 03-09-1864 F1610 0119 8711
Fugate, Joseph H. Mississippi Arrested running whiskey down the Little River. mm-dd-1863 F1469
Fugate, Randal; Cobb, James R. Mississippi Charleston Correspondence from Assistant Provost Marshal James Reid reporting the violation of parole by Fugate. Will forward prisoners to St. Louis soon. All current prisoners released on parole. 08-10-1864 F1620 0947 11518
Fugate, Reuben Mississippi Note: He favored the Confederacy. n.d. F1469
Gatz, John; Kassee, H. Mississippi Birds Point Deposition of N. B. Small against Gatz and Kassee. Accused of raising troops for southern army. 09-25-1862 F1588 0267 2204
Goff, Hiram H. Mississippi $1,000 bond; arrested for disloyalty; securities A. C. Bowen and N. T. Ross; notation from Headquarters, Dept of Missouri, St. Louis: forwarded to prisoner, to be approved by provost nearest his home; return bond to this office 09-02-1864 F1328
Goff, Hiram H. Mississippi Oath sworn at St. Louis 10-11-1864 F1328
Gorin, Harrison; Busey, Nancy Ann B. Mississippi Transcript of 1861 replevin case involving Gorin and Busey; stock, bacon, corn, oxen, cord wood, two boats, household goods; Gorin has a wood yard on Mississippi River; Thomas Busey is deceased. 08-06-1862 F1587 0432 1947
Gorman, Kieran Mississippi Oath of allegiance and physical description. 10-05-1864 F1329
Gorman, Kieran Mississippi Charleston Bond in the amount of $5,000. Gorman was arrested on charges of aiding and abetting in smuggling. 10-04-1864 F1329
Gorman, Kieran Mississippi Charleston Letter from James A. Reid to Col. J. P. Sanderson regarding cases of smuggling in Charleston. Notes that Gorman's store has been closed down. Says it is clear goods from town are being sent South. 09-14-1864 F1329
Gorman, Kieran Mississippi Charleston Special Order No 1, ordering Gorman to close his store and give the keys to his clerk, Norman Gale. 09-14-1864 F1329
Gorman, Kieran Mississippi Charleston Statement of Andrew J. Carothers that he was sent to search Gorman's home for contraband goods. Found 35 pairs of shoes and 6 pairs of boots in Gorman's home. 09-14-1864 F1329
Gorman, Kieran Mississippi Charleston Statement of Gorman that Thomas Davis came to his store and purchased goods he said were for his family. Davis asked to pick some of the goods up later; Gorman left them in his yard for Davis to get. 09-14-1864 F1329
Gorman, Kieran Mississippi Charleston Statement of Thomas J. Davis regarding goods he purchased from Gorman. 09-13-1864 F1329
Gorman, Kieran Mississippi Charleston Statement of William A. Vandiver that he was sent to arrest Gorman and get some goods left in his store. Regarding a situation over selling goods to a man named Davis. 09-14-1864 F1329
Gorman, Lilburn L. Mississippi Bond in the amount of $1,000. 10-15-1864 F1329
Gorman, Lilburn L. Mississippi Charleston Statement of Gorman, charged with being a bushwhacker. Gorman denies he is a bushwhacker, but gives names of others who are. Says he does not support the South and desires the South to be put down. 11-16-1864 F1329
Gray, Benjamin K.; Carter, James T.; Parsons, George; Parsons, William; Parsons, Marion; Lamb, Evan T. Mississippi Charleston Letter from Evan T. Lamb stating that the property found in their possession they suppose belonged to the U. S. government. The items were found near a boat wreck which was lodged in Isand No. 2. 06-10-1865 F1639 1063 17128
Gray, Benjamin K.; Carter, James T.; Parsons, George; Parsons, William; Parsons, Marion; Lamb, Evan T. Mississippi Charleston Letter from G., W. and M. Parsons stating that the property found in their possession they suppose belonged to the U. S. government. The items were found near a boat wreck assumed to be that of the boat the "Black Hawk" which was lodged in Isand No. 2. 06-09-1865 F1639 1058 17128
Gray, Benjamin K.; Carter, James T.; Parsons, George; Parsons, William; Parsons, Marion; Lamb, Evan T. Mississippi Charleston Letter from Gray and Carter stating that the property found in their possession they suppose belonged to the U. S. government. The items were found near a boat wreck assumed to be that of the boat the "Black Hawk" which was lodged in Isand No. 2. 06-09-1865 F1639 1056 17128
Gray, Benjamin K.; Carter, James T.; Parsons, George; Parsons, William; Parsons, Marion; Lamb, Evan T. Mississippi Charleston Letter from Lt. A. M. Chesmore reporting the seizure of U. S. Naval goods. Document lists items which were seized, including tobacco, food, candles, soap and clothing. 06-08-1865 F1639 1060 17128
Gray, Benjamin K.; Carter, James T.; Parsons, George; Parsons, William; Parsons, Marion; Lamb, Evan T. Mississippi Charleston Letter from Lt. A. M. Chesmore that on June 8 he received information that Gray et al were in the possession of government property. Chesmore details his encounters while seizing the property. 06-27-1865 F1639 1064 17128
Gray, Benjamin K.; Carter, James T.; Parsons, George; Parsons, William; Parsons, Marion; Lamb, Evan T. Mississippi Charleston Letter from Lt. A. M. Chesmore to Col. J. H. Baker that he is sending a statement regarding the circumstances surrounding the seizure of U. S. Naval goods. He is also sending statements from the parties from whom the property was seized. 06-27-1865 F1639 1054 17128
Greenfield, James B. Mississippi Bill of sale for a door, lock, pair of butts and screws, box, shoes and handkerchief purchased from Crozier and Elliott, Cairo, Illinois; notation: permitted by order 12-19-1864 F1332
Greenfield, James B. Mississippi Bill of sale for pants and ladies' shoes bought from Crozier and Elliott, Cairo, Illinois; file notations: permitted by order; citizen 01-27-1865 F1332
Greenfield, James B. Mississippi Bill of sale for whiskey purchased from B. Smyth and Co., Cairo, Illinois; notation: permitted by order 12-19-1864 F1332
Griffith, Greenberry B. Mississippi Oath of Allegiance, physical description included 08-24-1864 F1334
Griffith, W. A.; Derrington, Logan; Lawson, John; Mercer, Robert; Mercer, Mary; Brewer, Robert Mississippi Charleston Statement by Griffith, on 09-17-1864 was captured by guerrillas Derrington and Lawson and taken to Mercer's store at Norfolk; guerrillas were supplied by the Mercers and Griffith was threatened not to report activities or he would be killed 10-24-1864 F1627 0081 13379
Griffith, W. A.; Mercer, Robert; Mercer, Mary; Brewer, Robert Mississippi Charleston Cover sheet for statement by Griffith re: smuggling ring 10-24-1864 F1627 0080 13379
Griffith, W. W.; Beckworth, Underwood; Mercer, Robert; Mercer, Mary; Brewer, John; Keeton, Martha Mississippi Charleston Two-page statement by Griffith re: smugglers R. Mercer, M. Mercer, Keeton and Brewer; witnessed smugglers buying and selling whiskey 10-24-1864 F1627 0106 13379
Hagan, John Mississippi (Ineligible name) from Cairo, IL, states he is acquainted with Hagan and believes him to be an honest, upright man and a loyal citizen 06-29-1862 F1190
Hagan, John Mississippi John C. Grigsby (?) states he is acquainted with Hagan and heard him say he was a secessionist; has fed and lodged guerrilla party; believes he voluntarily did so - ? - F1190
Hamilton, General Wade; Van Daniel, A. Mississippi Recruiting Station: Charleston F1893.3 21
Handy, Bart; Handy, Noah Mississippi Recruiting Station: Charleston F1893.3 22
Handy, John; Handy, Noah Mississippi Recruiting Station: Charleston F1893.3 16
Hannell, J. L.; Clark, G. T.; Mercer, Robert; Mercer, Mary; Brewer, John Mississippi Charleston Statement by Hannell that he saw Beckworth load whiskey from Mercer's store on 08-15-1864 and haul it to the river; Clark of Cape Girardeau witnessed the same 09-17-1864 F1627 0088 13379
Hannell, J. L.; Mercer, Robert; Mercer, Mary; Brewer, John Mississippi Charleston Cover sheet for statement by Hannell re: smuggling ring 09-17-1864 F1627 0087 13379
Hargan, Daniel Mississippi Charleston Statement in the case of John Brewer 01-17-1865 F1282
Henderson, John Mississippi Charleston Illegible. Appears to be statement of A. M. Chesmore. 06-10-1865 F1470
Henderson, John Mississippi Charleston Letter from A. M. Chesmore largely illegible. Refers to a statement made by Henderson. File notation says Henderson was assaulted by soldiers stationed in the area. 06-19-1865 F1470
Henderson, John Mississippi Charleston Statement of Hannah Parker who was staying at Matthew Taylor home. Names the group of men who came to the home and took Henderson. Claims the men said they were taking him to the Guard House. 06-17-1865 F1470
Henderson, John Mississippi Charleston Statement of Henderson that he was woken in the middle of the night by a group of men dressed as soldiers while staying with Matthew Taylor. He describes how he was assaulted by these men once taken. 06-10-1865 F1470
Henderson, John T. Mississippi Statement of Henderson almost entirely illegible. In statement, Henderson refers to not taking goods and says that on 01-03-65, Danforth did not give him the keys to the store. 02-14-1865 F1470
Henderson, John T. Mississippi Charleston Letter from Henderson to Col. J. H. Baber noting that he was arrested for smuggling and sent to prison in St. Louis. Asks for an order for his goods which were taken. 05-20-1865 F1470
Henderson, John T. Mississippi Charleston Statement of Henderson taken as a prisoner. Printed text clear, but the handwritten sections showing Henderson's answers illegible. File notation says Henderson unaware of why he was arrested. 02-14-1865 F1470
Henderson, John T. Mississippi Charleston Statement of Henderson, under arrest for smuggling. States that he did not know who bought the shoes and boots found in the possession of William Forrest. 01-11-1865 F1470
Henderson, John T. Mississippi Charleston Statement of James Coleman regarding Henderson. Statement largely illegible. Gives details of Henderson's actions and how Henderson got William Forrest to take part of the goods. 01-11-1865 F1470
Henderson, John T. Mississippi Charleston Statement of Louis Danforth largely illegible. States that Henderson bought a large amount of shoes and boots from his store. Danforth states he did not know why the goods were purchased. 01-11-1865 F1470
Henderson, John T. Mississippi Charleston Statement of William C. Forrest, under arrest for smuggling. Forrest said Henderson asked him to carry the boots and shoes in question. Got the goods at back of Louis Danforth's store. 01-10-1865 F1470
Hough, Harrison Mississippi Hough's appointment of John D. Perryman as attorney in fact to recover 3 runaway slaves 09-24-1861 F1343
Hough, Harrison Mississippi Thanking Col. McNeil for help in recovering 2 slaves; believes one more and a slave belonging to Thomas Cotton are at the Arsenal; description of slaves 10-22-1861 F1343
Hughes, Elias Mississippi Belmont Oath of Allegiance, citizen 08-01-1861 F1147
Humphries, H. W. Mississippi Statement regards his capture, is willing to take Oath F1147
Husk, Albert Mississippi Charleston Report regarding the escape of Husk who forfeited his parole of honor; eight prisoners were paroled on condition they report next morning; all complied except Husk 02-08-1865 F1148
Husk, Albert Mississippi Charleston Resident of Wolf Island Township, arrested for smuggling and aiding smugglers, states that he hauled goods for a James Clark of Obion County, Tennessee 01-23-1865 F1238
Husk, Albertt Mississippi Charleston Husk paroled to report daily in person, but has run away 02-08-1864 F1148
Johnson, C. K. Mississippi Bond in the amount of $1,000. 09-15-1864 F1348
Johnson, C. R. Mississippi Charleston Cover sheet for statement by Johnson re: smuggling ring 09-17-1864 F1627 0074 13379
Johnson, C. R.; Beckworth, Underwood Mississippi Charleston Johnson allowed Beckworth to use his horse for a team to haul two trunks from the warehouse of H. Smith to Hunter Farm on 08-05-1864 09-17-1864 F1627 0075 13379
Johnson, Christopher; Crainshaw, R. S. Mississippi Charleston Letter from Lt. James A. Reid sending evidence regarding the goods confiscated at the landing. Refers to the salt and flour trade. States the man Crainshaw spoke of in his statement is a man of no means and little character. 09-16-1864 F1622 0273 11916
Johnson, Christopher; Crainshaw, R. S. Mississippi Charleston Statement of Crainshaw that the packages in the possession of the Assistant Provost Marshal are not his, even though they are marked with his name. He denies authorizing anyone to use any part of his name. 09-15-1864 F1622 0275 11916
Johnson, Christopher; Crainshaw, R. S. Mississippi Charleston Statement of Henry Smith that Johnson told him there were 2 trunks and 4.5 barrels of whiskey on the landing with his name on them. He thinks Johnson, Wood Beckworth and M. Myroe are operating with the Merser gang on the sly. 09-15-1864 F1622 0277 11916
Johnson, Christopher; Crainshaw, R. S. Mississippi Charleston Statement of Johnson that at the landing he saw two trunks marked "H. Smith". He saw Smith in town and told him the trunks were there. Smith denied having anything at the landing. Johnson denies being involved in any smuggling. 09-15-1864 F1622 0270 11916
Johnson, Christopher; Crainshaw, R. S.; Davis, Thomas; Jorden, George; Kiser, [?] Mississippi Charleston Statement of George Jorden that he went to town with Davis and Kiser, who said they needed to purchase goods. Davis, Jorden's brother-in-law, asked him to transport some of the items to Jorden's home, which Jorden did. 09-16-1864 F1622 0283 11916
Johnson, Christopher; Crainshaw, R. S.; Davis, Thomas; Jorden, George; Kiser, [?] Mississippi Charleston Statement of Norman Gale, a clerk employed by merchant Kieran Gorman. Gale's statement describes how Davis, Jorden and Kiser came to Gorman's store on different days and bought various goods. 09-16-1864 F1622 0279 11916
Johnson, Tecumpsa; Wicker, David Q. Mississippi Recruiting Station: Charleston F1893.3 6
Jones, C. P.; Humphres, Harvey W.; Talor, Jerry; Brown, Jacob P.; Miller, Samuel W. Mississippi Petition for release; men arrested in Mississippi County, MO on December 28, 1861, being held in Alton, IL prison 05-25-1862 F1585 0498 1207
Jones, J. R. Mississippi Oath of allegiance 07-23-1862 F1351
Jones, James M. Mississippi Oath of allegiance 10-08-186? F1351
Jordan, Eugene B. Mississippi Charleston Note from Jordan stating that he will report in person to the Asst. Provost Marshal. Notes that he is from Clinton, KY. 01-25-1865 F1353
Jordan, Eugene B. Mississippi Charleston Oath of allegiance and physical description 03-01-1865 F1353
Kalfus, C. C. Mississippi Charleston Requesting that the question of a horse be settled 04-29-1864 F1354
Keene, E. D. Mississippi Oath of Allegiance 06-14-1865 F1355

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