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Union Provost Marshal Papers
1861 - 1866


Contributed by Tom Caulley

Adams, George W.; Bennett, Nathaniel; Cooney, Michael; Dalton, Elisha S. ; Epps, Carrol; Middleton, John; Holcomb, Jeptha; Robertson, William; Grady, Robert; and others - Iron Co., County, Pilot Knob - List of 16 prisoners received ; gives names, when and where captured, and remarks ; men captured in Iron Wayne, Ripley, St. Francois, Madison, Oregon, and Carter Counties 02-29-1864.

Adirne, Washington - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Request for the return of 25 bales of cotton 1865/06

Albert, Levi - Iron Co., Oath of Allegiance 03-04-1862

Alexander, Richard W.; Garner, Harden - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Report of arrests during the month of August. Submitted by U. S. Police Detective A. O. Reed. 09-07-1864

Alexander, Richard W. ; Talbott, Hiram - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Roll of prisoners sent from Pilot Knob to St. Louis. Alexander arrested for harboring, feeding and piloting guerrillas. Talbott arrested for violating the laws and customs of war. 09-09-1864

Allen, C. C. ; Bowles, James N. ; Blanton, B. F. ; Blankenship, Jackson;Dye, Benjamin;McNeely, William B. - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Roll of prisoners released during month of October 1864 ; men captured in St. Francois, Iron and Madison counties 10-31-1864

Allen, Egbert ; Isaac ; Baker, Cross, Milton ; Dickson, Joel ; Elkins, Abraham ; Franklin, John ; Graves, Peter ; Grubbs, John ; Hamilton, Jefferson ; Jordan, John ; Kemper, John ; Loy, John ; Meyers, Thomas ; Norton, John ; Ormsby, Charles ; and others - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Report of oaths administered during the month of June. 109 names. 07-01-1865

Alrock, Henry - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Testimony of David Gates, who was stationed near Arcadia when the turpentine factory burned. Wife of Alrock told Gates her husband left home just before fire started and made suspicious comments. 07-11-1861

Anderson, William J. - Iron Co., Oath 03-??-1863

Arnold, - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Statement of Margaret Phillips in case of U.S. vs Mrs. Arnold ; Mrs. Arnold gave Reeves barrels of flour and 1,000 pounds of meat ; husband and son served in rebel army 06-22-1864

Arnold, A. John Patterson ; (all 5) avoiding Order 19 ; Louis Davidson , James Newby, Arvan T. Taylor,Samuel Burnett Mr. Clayton, a guerrilla pilot - Iron Co., Ironton List of prisoners confined: 08-08-1862

Austin, - Iron Co., Arcadia Statement from David Bricker that he saw Mr. Austin assisting rebels burn Fort Curtis and saw Mrs. Austin riding with rebels 11-16-1864

Austin, A. W. - Iron Co., Statement of Margaret Phillips regarding Austin's disloyalty 11-16-1864

Austin, A. W. - Iron Co., Arcadia Statement of Emily P. Kirk, who saw Austin with rebels burning Fort Curtis N.D.

Averett, Thomas ; Cummings, George ; Cato, Nathaniel ; Hall, Frank ; Adams, Ezekiel ;Host, Abel ; Doyle, Allen - Iron Co., Ironton List of 7 prisoners held at Ironton and charges against them; reference to a hanging at Bloomfield in Stoddard County 06-16-1862

Bacon, C. H. - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Oath; marked "Cancelled March 21/65" 12-23-1864

Baker, J. H.; Lonergan, P. F. - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Request for the names of men to post security, document listing names is illegible 01-19-1865

Ball, Joseph - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Bond, $2000, permit to sell quinine, calomel, Peruvian bark, opium, medicines, liquor, and salt, securities C. H. Faquith and George Marion 12-14-1864

Barkley, Edmond; Blanks, Henry; Cayce, Aaron; Craig, Samuel; Cayce, Billy; Evans, James; Fox, Frank; George, Henry; Hewit, Clark; Holmes, Jacob; Martin, Alfred; McFadden, Edmond; Shelton, Thomas etal - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Report of persons employed and hired at Pilot Knob in December 1863 Includes name, occupation, date of service, rate of payment, date of contract and amount of payment due. 31 names on list. Many of names illegible. 12-??-1863

Barnshan, James B.; Kistner, John; Old, James B.; Grey, William H.; Hodges, J. F.; Clayton, Nelson G.; Marion, Andrew; Roggers, James; Roggers, William - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Report of oaths and bonds taken at Pilot Knob. Many of thmen are from Arkansas. 12-??-1863

Bates, [?]; Combs, [?]; Garner, [?]; Haynes, [?]; Longbottom, [?]; O'Neill, [?]; Jenkins, [?]; Webster, [?] - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Letter from Capt. P. F. Lonergan stating that all of themen except Haynes surrendered themselves from rebel camps under the Presidential Amnesty Proclamation and took the oath. Haynes did not take the oath. 09-10-1864

Beal, Daniel;Beal, Valentine;Bess, James; Carrig, Jacob; Eddings, Charles; Fowler, John M.; Fowler, George P.;Hackworth, William; Harrilson, George; Langly, James; Morris, John W.; Murry, Drury; Porter, Henry; Rhodes, John; Robbs, Patrick; Walsh, John - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Roll of prisoners on hand and disposed of in the month of May 1865. 06-01-1865

Beasley, P. R.; Coleman, A. J.; Coleman, Samuel W.; Cheatham, Robert; Daniels, Robert H.; Jones, George J.; Jones, L. T.; Landnun, Samuel G.; Lewis, Robert M.; Nappier, John W.; Stoner, Isaac; Good, Langston T. - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Men of Franklin County claiming to be conscripts, butactually noted rebels. 12-06-1864

Beck, Clark H.; Brown, William W.; Berryman, Ava; Usher, Moses H.; Buford, James; Witworth, James M.; Arnot, Joseph, - Iron Co., Pilot Knob List showing oaths administered during May 1865. Oath takers were noted as being residents of the counties of St. Francis, Washington, Iron Co.,and Reynolds 06-01-1865

Bell, J. W. - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Message with the return of a letter from N. C. Griffith concerning soldiers damaging Griffith's field, and that he has ordered his command not to occupy the ground 04-02-1862

Bell, Jno. Iron Co., Pilot Knob Introducing P. Buford 05-03-1862

Berryman, J. C. - . Iron Co., Arcadia Letter to accompany statement of Mr. Lee that his wife, while attempting to plant a garden on her place, was threatened by Mrs. Brown, who has the house, with a gun 03-03-1864

Berryman, J. C. - Iron Co., Arcadia Letter to Gen. Fisk reporting that he wishes to reopen Arcadia High School, and asks for a note from the commander of the district with a guarantee of military protection 08-11-1863

Berryman, John Wesley - Iron Co.,Oath of Allegiance, witnesses George W. Shinn and A. J. Hughes, both of St.Joseph, and R. D. O. Nicholson of Springfield 02-12-1863

Bess, James; Rhodes, John; Langley, James; Robbs, Patrick; Fowler, John M.; Hamilton, George; Walsh John L.; Hackworth, William; Fowler, George; Cowan, William;Bennett, Samuel; Cox, Jasper N.; Eddens, Charles B., - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Letter from Lt. W. C. Shattuck that he is forwarding 13 prisoners. Nine are noted as being rebel soldiers, one is a rebel citizen and three are Federal deserters. 05-09-1865

Beveridy, John L. - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Special Order 45, illegible 03-01-1865

Beveridge, John L. - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Asking that Mary Jane Nichols be given a contraband horse so she can support her family 02-14-1865

Beveridge, John L. - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Request to look into the case of a horse taken from Lucy Dunphy, a widow, by two soldiers, one named Bob Glore 02-07-1865

Biol, William; Querfurt, Henry; Pfortner, Christian - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Letter from citizens stating that their fences had been greatly damaged by United States soldiers 03-01-1865

Birch, Lewis; Holcome, Bill; Randolph, Bill; Ketchum, Bill - Iron Co., Birch's statement in case of horse stealing and threats to burn house; Ketchum's alias is Thorn Ketchum 11-??-1862

Blanton, Thompson - Iron Co., Oath of Allegiance. Sworn at Pilot Knob and witnessed by James A. Shields, Co. M, 3rd M.S.M. 01/14/1864

Blanton, Thompson - Iron Co., $1,000 Bond. Arrested on charges of disloyalty 01/14/1864

Block, Martin; Gregg, Moefford(?); Hock, Benedick - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Statements of Block, Moefford and Benedick regarding how theywent to church and then went drinking together. Men each state Fred Rhodark gave them alcohol. The men were arrested on their way home. 09-07-1863

Boss, Henry; Bohrens, Fred;Davis, Herman;Grisson, A. N.; Keaths, Fred; Miller, A. H.; Ranifts, J. P.; Rodock, F.; Steniks, F.; Shultz, Louis; Kindell, Charles; Thompson, L.; Ruchman, Bernard - Iron Co., List of residents of Pilot Knob and Ironton who have complied with SpecialOrder 46 and Order 7 regarding the sale of spirituous liquors. N. D.

Boomer, Charles T. - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Sgt., Co. A, 7th Kansas Cavalry, statement that he took 7 men to the house of Permelia Long, and his party traded shots with her husband WilliamLong and Elijah Long 05-08-1865

Borders, Michael - Iron Co., Oath of Allegiance - witnessed by Thomas Fletcher 02/02/1862

Borders, Washington - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Provost marshal P. F. Lonergan forwarding Borders to St. Louis.Says Borders is insane and dangerous 02/16/1865

Borders, Washington - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Special order 64 detailing Private L. C. Quimby of 17th IL Cavalry to take Washington Borders to St. Louis 02/16/1865

Borders, Washington - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Statement in relation to Border, an insane person, according to Asst. Provost marshal Lonergan. Border beat mother and sister. 02/17/1865

Boss, Henry Iron Co., Pilot Knob Bond of $2,000 to sell patent medicines, winesand liquors, etc. 11-29-1864

Boss, Henry; Davis, H.; Caseboult, Sarah; Caseboult, Mary A.;Behrnes, Fred; O'Bannon, Isam; - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Monthly report of business transacted at Assistant Provost Marshal's Silas, William office in July. Permits issued to carry arms, affidavits taken, purchasing permits. 08-02-1864

Bounds, A. J. - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Oath of Allegiance 03-22-1862

Bradburn, Isaac; Coleman, Oliver; Resinger, John A.; Ragsdale, Thomas - Iron Co., Pilot Knob List of prisoners sent from Pilot Knob to St. Louis. 04-29-1864

Bradley, A. M. - Iron Co., Ironton Letter to Gen. Fisk reporting that Mr. Shultz is selling beer, claiming to have permission from Fisk and requests affirmation or he'll have to close the saloon 10-01-1863

Bradley, H. M.; Russell, T. P. Douthirt, J.; Tinlin, Edmond - Iron Co., Ironton Report by Assistant Provost Marshal Bradley, of property received and disposed of to 02-29-1864 at Ironton; Nine items taken: musket, rifles, sabers, gun sling and horse taken from T. P. Russell, J. Douthirt and Edmond Tinlin 02-29-1864

Bradly, [?] - Iron Co., Pilot Knob List of confiscated and contraband property received and disposed of in May 1864. Items include stoves, kettles, rifles, and books. Document doesn't specify whom the items were seized from, only that they were received from Lt. Bradly, Asst Prov Marshal 05-31-1864

Brewington, Barney - Iron Co., Ironton Oath of Allegiance 06-06-1863

Brewington, Evan - Iron Co., Ironton Oath of Allegiance 06-06-1863

Bright, John P.;Black, Samuel; Cox, Edward; Dunn, John; Gillam, Edward; Henderson, Daniel; Huddleston, William; Johnson, Uriah; Lasater, Ruben; Mead, William; Pucket, E. W. D.; Raney, Thomas J.; Simmons, Porter; Tribble, Robert O.; and others - Iron Co., Pilot Knob List of prisoners. 30 names. 05-31-1864

Bright, John; Bryce, Foster; Black, Samuel; Collins, David; Cox, Edward; Downing, William; Dunn, John; Dunn, Eli; Gillam, Edward; Hicks, H. H.; Henderson, Daniel; Huffman, Charles; Huddleston, William; Inman, Nathaniel; Johnson, Uriah; and others - Iron Co., Pilot Knob List of prisoners. 30 names. 05-31-1864

Brill, Solomon - Iron Co., Ironton Bond of $2,000 01-03-1865

Brooks, Benjamin - Iron Co., $1000 bond for being a rebel 09-18-1863

Brooks, Benjamin - Iron Co., Oath of Allegiance and description 09-18-1863

Brooks, Elijah; Dawrs, Daniel; Freer, Daniel; Hall, John; Hoffman, John H.; Holt, David F.; Hawkins, Augustus;Johnson, John L.; Lutherbury. W. H.; Robinson, P. M.; Shuler, Daniel - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Roll of prisoners on hand at Pilot Knob for the month of 11-1864; shows prisoners sent to St. Louis and date sent; all prisoners captured in Iron Co.,County and Wayne County 11-30-1864

Brown, Porter Iron Co., Pilot Knob Oath of Allegiance 09-18-1863

Bruington, James Iron Co., Oath of Allegiance 06-06-1862

Bryant, Robert - Iron Co., Ironton Introduces William Doe 12-24-1863

Buckley, Isaac - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Pvt, Co. A, 7th Kansas Cavalry, statement that he and Isaac Buckley, while at the house of Permelia Long, shot at William Long and his brother Samuel Long, wounding one of them, but they escaped 05-09-1865

Bufford, Abraham - Iron Co., Iron Co., Bond of $1,000 06-25-1863

Bufford, Abraham - Iron Co., Iron Co., Oath of Allegiance 06-25-1863

Bugg, Andrew M. - Iron Co., Oath of Loyalty 03-23-1865

Bull, Charles - Iron Co., Pilot Knob William McGankey's sworn statement that Charles Bull shot and killed Mrs. McDowell's hog 05-19-1865

Bullard, Bennett M - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Oath of Allegiance (Oath taken in Pilot Knob; Bullard from Arkansas) 11-16-1863

Burbridge, - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Telegraph stating Mrs. Burbridge had orders for escort to Van Buren; messenger sent to bring them back for search; note regarding Mrs. Burbridge's rebel activities 03-18-1863

Burbridge, - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Telegraph stating there was a thorough and complete search of every article in the possession of Mrs. Burbridge; nothing contraband was found 03-20-1863

Burbridge, - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Two telegraphs stating that nothing contraband was found inMrs. Burbridge's possession; a sentinel is standing guard over two trunks, which willbe searched when instructions received 03-20-1863

Burk, Ann - Iron Co., Arcadia Request for a copy of the docket of her marriage in order to collect her dead husband's pay 06-04-1863

Burnett, Francis - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Letter from P. F. Lonergan enclosing affidavits regarding Burnett (Irishman), who is in military prison for harboring deserters; states he deserves punishment, but evidence is not strong 09-03-1864

Burns, Arch - Iron Co., Ironton John Williams sworn statement that Burns and a number of others robbed his house and blacksmith shop and took part of his clothing; took two horses from a neighbor 08-21-1962

Burns, Christian - Iron Co., Oath of Allegiance 03-24-1862

Butler, - Iron Co., Pilot Knob John Figler reports that a prisoner by the name of Butler was shot by guards while trying to escape; he had the reputation of being a "very bad man" 06-15-1864

Byrne, L - Iron Co., Ironton Complains of the outrageous treatment at the hands of Captain Leeper and his men; requests the counsel and aid of Judge Jackson 05-18-1865

Byrnes, - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Capt. P. F. Lonergen (?) writes that Mrs. Byrnes is a dangerouswoman and she is on her way to St. Louis 12-05-1864

Callaway, ? - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Letter from Brig. Gen. Fisk to Col. R. G. Woodson regarding complaint of Mrs. Callaway that her land despoiled by military encampment 09-07-1863

Callaway, ? - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Reply by Col. R. G. Woodson to Fisk letter; his regiment last camped on Callaway's property and he has ordered damage done to be assessed against 3Cav. M.S.M.; Callaway is claiming speculative damages 09-08-1863

Callison, George - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Statement of Samuel Perry that Callison is a thief and rebel and Union sympathizers are afraid of him; believes him to be in league with guerrillas 05-26-1865

Camp, Joseph - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Oath and physical description 10-10-1863

Camper, Andrew - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Notice that transportation would be given to Camper, 25people and 1500 pounds of baggage to St. Louis. 11-17-1864

Carlin, W. P. - Iron Co., Pilot Knob About the investigation spawned by the letter of David W. Morse 02-15-1862

Carlin, W. P. - Iron Co., Pilot Knob? Letter to Mr. Beall concerning 2 mules believed taken by Carlin's troops 11-02-1861

Carnahan, James N. - Iron Co., Ironton Oath of allegiance. Notes that Carnahan is from Reynolds County, Missouri. 02-21-1862

Carr, Mrs. [?] - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Statement of Mrs. Kate Bartlett (she is noted as being black) that she left her home at the time of the Battle of Pilot Knob. Came home to find Carr had taken her home and belongings. 10-28-1864

Carriere, Jean - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Special Order 31, appointing officers to intestigate Carriere's claim for damages for destruction to his personal property. Notes that Carriere is a Frenchman. 09-04-1863

Carson, Mrs. James - Iron Co., Arcadia Letter from J. C. Berryman stating that Carson, whose husband was in rebel army, sought to enroll her three children in his school and board there herself. Has money to pay; her home confiscated. 03-23-1864

Carter, John M. - Iron Co., Bond 02-05-1865 F1235 Carty, Lafayette F. Iron Co., Reporting in for parole 03-04-1864

Cato, Nathan; Cummings, George; Averett, Thomas; Higgins, Patrick - Iron Co., Ironton Cover letter for deposition (not included) regarding cases against Cato, Cummings, and Averett; letter also mentions Higgins was arrested for drunkeness, abusing his family, and hurrahing for Jefferson Davis 06-18-1862

Caton, John - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Letter from L. McNeely, requesting transportation for Caton andsix persons and 1200 pounds of baggage to St. Louis. 12-08-1864

Chitton, Raliegh - Iron Co., Oath of Allegiance and description 09-19-1863

Chitwood, Aaron;Miller, Charles A.;Newton, Ebenezer;Aldridge, Hiram;Ballenger, Joseph;Carter, John;Treadway, Thomas;Smith, Thomas; McFarland, T. R.; Edgar, William J.; Rouse, A. M.; McFadin, Noah;Scaggs, A.; Bayless, Freeland; etal - Iron Co., Loyalty oaths of 26 men; gives names and residence; men from Crawford, Iron Washington, Reynolds, Jefferson, Wayne, St. Francois, Dent and Butler counties 01-22-1862

Chrusca, E. A. - Iron Co., Oath of Allegiance 03-06-1863

Clanhan?, George - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Sworn statement 12-24-1864

Clark, G. W. - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Telegraph to Gen. Davidson in St. Louis, that Mr. Neusum will report to you in person this evening 05-30-1863

Clarke, W. T. - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Report justifying the claim of William J. Hancock for timber cut on his land and should be paid by the government 11-19-1863

Clayton, Nelson - Iron Co., Bond 12-15-1863

Clayton, Nelson - Iron Co., Oath of Allegiance 12-15-1863

Clayton, Nelson G. - Iron Co., Bond, $1000, arrested for disloyalty 12-15-1863

Clayton, Nelson G. - Iron Co., Oath of Allegiance, physical description included 12-15-1863

Cleveland, Charles - Iron Co., Ironton Letter from Sgt. George J. Turner, provost guard, that Clevelandfills containers with whiskey daily at the drug store and sells exclusively to soldiers; 7th Kansas; discipline cannot be enforced 02-15-1865

Cleveland, Charles - Iron Co., Ironton Letter of transmittal accompanying testimony sent from Ironton to Pilot Knob 02-17-1865

Cleveland, Charles - Iron Co., Ironton Statement from Provost Guard signed by Sgt. George J. Turner, Cpl. William Beddow, Pvt. William B. MacShelby, Royal T. Morgan, Thomas Ryan, JamesMcCurdy attesting to Cleveland serving soldiers ??-??-18??

Cleveland, Charles - Iron Co., Ironton Statement of Daniel W. Bruffet, Lt. C. D. Lanabee's waiter, thatCleveland served whiskey to blacksmiths in Sutters Co. L; ??-??-18??

Cleveland, Charles - Iron Co., Ironton Statement of Pvt. James McCurdy of Co. H 17th IL Cav., provostguard, that Cleveland serves whiskey to soldiers; his is an open house where soldiers serve themselves ??-??-18??

Cleveland, Charles - Iron Co., Ironton Statement of Pvt. Royal T. Morgan, Co. H 17th IL Cavalry that Bob Hansel, mule driver, Co. K, drank whiskey in Cleveland's saloon ??-??-18??

Coleman, Captain C. D. - Iron Co., Incomplete statement of George Marion. Statement regarding Marion capturing and turning over a deserter named Abe Marion to Captain Coleman and histrials in receiving the $30 reward. N. D.

Collins, J. J. L. - Iron Co., Arcadia Bond in the amount of $2,000 05-19-1865

Collins, James; Simmons, Porter - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Roll of prisoners sent from Pilot Knob; no notation of where sent; gives name, rank (are citizens), where captured (both captured in Butler County, MO), when captured, and remarks 07-28-1864

Collison, George - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Statement of Sabathiel Frizzell, of Madison County, that James King heard Collison say that if he (Collison) could find out who reported him having a stray (?) horse, he would "send them to Hell." 05-30-1865

Colston, John - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Statement of Matilda Eddington, of St. Francis County, that Colston informed rebels that she had horses hidden. Rebels, under George Ford,came and made her reveal the location of said horses. 05-18-1865

Combs, A. J.; Longbottom, E. S. - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Returns enclosed papers and endorsements and recommends that bond be dispensed with for Combs and Longbottom. Former Confederate soldiers and conscripts. 08-23-1864

Condray, Jasper - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Notification that Condray be told to report to the Office of the Provost Marshal. 12-30-1863

Condray, W. C. - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Oath and physical description. Notes that Condray is from Randolph County, Arkansas. 01-01-1864

Conley, Robert F. - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Oath. States Conley is from Adair County, Missouri. 02-11-1863

Conway, William S. - Iron Co., Ironton Oath. Notes that Conway is from St. Francois County. 07-12-1862

Copeland, William H. - Iron Co., Letter from provost to St. Louis provost re: prisoner sent, accused of rebel service and complicity in murder of Woolford; he merits lenient treatment, surrendered voluntarily, complied with parole 12-22-1862

Copeland, William H. - Iron Co., Prisoner sent under guard from Gratiot St. Military Prison to JudgeAdvocate 11-30-1863

Copeland, William H. - Iron Co., Request from Gen. Court Martial and Military Commission to Gratiot prisonto send Copeland 11-30-1863

Copeland, William Hugh; Woolford, Jacob; Faulkenberry, Edmond; Clay, Eleazer G.; Quigby, John; Quigby, Joseph; Wilson, William; Hunt, Tollert; Faulkenberry, Thomas; McClugh, James A.; Stout, James; etal - Iron Co., Ironton Statements in cases of United States vs. Edmond Faulkenberry, William Copeland, and William Wilson; charged with murder of Woolford 12-05-1862

Corson, Sam - Iron Co., Ironton Complaint of N. C. Griffith that Negro boy has not been released from laboring on Ft. Davidson and returned to him 09-14-1863

Coulter, Archibald - Iron Co., Ironton Oath 06-09-1863

Covert, James P. - Iron Co., Ironton Oath 06-06-1863

Covington, Mrs. - Iron Co., Ironton Certification of citizens attesting to her character; she has never kept liquor of any kind 09-03-1863

Crain, G. W. - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Pilot Knob Iron Co.,Company buildings were rented to the government and were needed back or work would stop at the Iron Co.,company. The buildings included horse shops and stables. Quartermaster Moore was in charge of the rented buildings. 10-24-1863

Crane, W. B. - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Letter to Gen. Grant, Cairo, IL requesting pay requisition so he may be paid $15.75 for stationary 11-29-1861

Cravens, John - Iron Co., Oath 03-17-1862

Creed, W. H. - Iron Co., Arcadia Creed arrested and charged in June with horse stealing, reportedin July but charged only as spy; no affidavit or charges; cannot get evidence and have not seen arresting officer 08-02-1863

Creed, W. H. - Iron Co., Arcadia File cover notations: prisoner of war, sent from Arcadia to Myrtle St. Prison 07-28-1863; charged with horse stealing; still reports as spy; no charges or evidence 08-02-1863

Crocker, William T. - Iron Co., Oath 06-02-1863

Crowley, Levi - Iron Co., Oath 02-21-1862

Crozat, Peter - Iron Co., Statement by Isaiah Johnston that Crozat fired and ejected him because wife rejected Crozat's advances; he thereby lost house and garden 05-04-1864

Crozat, Peter - Iron Co., Statement by Pauline Eisenwein regarding Crozat's sexual advances; he wishes to drive them from their rented farm to obtain their crops 05-03-1864

Crozat, Peter - Iron Co., Statement that while Price's army occupied Pilot Knob rebel soldiers brought property to George Eisenwein's house 12-03-1864

Curtree, Thomas B. - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Oath of allegiance and physical description. Notes Curtree is from Randolph County, Arkansas. 08-26-1863

Dale, Lucas L. - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Oath of Dale, of Lawrence Ark. He signed Dail. 10-01-1865

Dale, Luke L. - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Oath of Dale, age 29, of Lawrence Ark. He signed Dail. 10-01-1865

Dalton, E. S. - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Dalton, of Ripley charged with violation of oath per1st Lt. Thomas H. Macklind; witness: Josin T. Fisher of Randolph Co. mm-dd-1863

Dalton, Elisha S.; Griffis, William G.; Macklind, Thomas H. - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Roll by Assistant Provost Marshal Macklind, of civil prisoners Dalton and Griffis of Ripley County, sentenced to hard labor at Alton, Illinois during the war 03-09-1864

Davidson, Hugh C. - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Letter from Davidson that he is an enrolling officer forWayne and Butler Counties. Near Bailey's Station when attacked by 200 men from M.S.M. Men took animals from Davidson; he wants them back. 08-25-1863

Davidson, Thomas J. - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Letter from William J. Leeper introducing Davidson, ofWayne County, MO. Leeper says that Davidson is strictly loyal and reliable. 09-11-1864

Davis, Daniel - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Statement of Davis that he was sworn into rebel service byMonroe Dodd. Lists names of people he stole from and whom he was with when he did it. Notes he is from Butler County, MO. 11-22-1864

Davis, Harmon - Iron Co., Ironton Letter from H. M. Bradley stating that Davis reported to him.Says Davis does not have an order to sell beer to either citizens or soldiers. 03-01-1864

Davis, Herman - Iron Co., Ironton Bond in the amount of $2,000 11-30-1864

Davis, Herman - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Letter from P. F. Lonergam stating that Davis filed hisbond. 11-30-1864

Davis, John - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Oath of allegiance and physical description. Notes thatDavis is from Lawrence County, Arkansas. 11-27-1863

Davison, Thomas - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Statement that while at Permelia Long's house, soldiersfired on two men believed to be Permelia's husband, William Long, and Elijah Long,her brother-in-law, both notorious guerrillas 05-12-1865

Dawthit, J. - Iron Co., Ironton Cover sheet for statement by Dawthit ??-??-1864

Dawthit, J.; Austin, Mary; Suits, Henry; Dennis, [Unknown] - Iron Co., Ironton Statement by Dawthit regarding the case of Mary Austin of Arcadia; "Mr. Austin assisted in burning Fort Curtis in Arcadia" ??-??-1864

Dawthit, J.; Austin, Mary; Suits, Henry; Dennis, [Unknown] - Iron Co., Ironton Statement by Dawthit regarding the case of Mary Austin of Arcadia; Austin along with Suits and Dennis went out to meet rebels on the day afterthe 6th Missouri came back to Ironton, warned them they would be arrested if they came to Pilot Knob ??-??-1864

Dean, John - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Note by P. F. Lonergan: "Any amount of testimony can be furnished at Potosi" 11-06-1864

Deffebach, William - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Seeks to raise a company of cavalry 08-11-1864

Deffebreck, John J - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Oath 03-dd-1862

DeGrass, William - Iron Co., Letter to Col. Broadhead from DeGrass, seeking a pass. 06-14-1863

Delano, William A. - Iron Co., Ironton Oath of Allegiance to sell arms and ammunition 12-28-1864

Delano, William A. - Iron Co., Ironton $2000 bond to sell arms and ammunition 01-13-1865

Delano, William A. - Iron Co., Ironton $2000 bond to sell liquor 12-19-1864

Delano, William A. - Iron Co., Ironton Permit to sell arms 01-13-1865

Dickens, [unknown]; Turchin, T. B. - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Letter from T. B. Turchin asking to make disposition ofproperty belonging to Col. Dickens; Col. Dickens wanted all of his Negroes shipped south; approximately 80 Negroes total 08-22-1861

Dicking, Thomas - Iron Co., Belleview Township Claims for property taken by U.S. troops; supportingstatements from Charles H. Hodges, Marshall Petty, and Moses Thomas 10-02-1861

Dill, Fletcher - Iron Co., $1000 bond 09-18-1863

Dill, Fletcher - Iron Co., Oath of Allegiance and description 09-18-1863

Dinger, Frank - Iron Co., Ironton Justice of the Peace criminal docket of United States vs Henry Clay, colored boy, for assault and battery 02-21-1864

Dinger, Frank - Iron Co., Ironton Statement by Justice of the Peace of military's interference in carrying out sentence of 20 lashes on Henry Clay, Negro boy, for assault and battery 03-23-1864

Dinger, Franz; Mashmeyers, Charles; Hancock, John W.; Craine, [unknown]; Hudges, [unknown]; Evans, James; Toney, [unknown]; Bufford, Pat; Pooly, [unknown]; Pinkly, Emanuel; Letterberry, [unknown] - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Statement of soldier regarding events that occurred while he was held prisoner by rebels; captured near Pilot Knob, MO 10-08-1864

Douthett, Nanie; Till, Nanie; Foster, E. J. - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Roll of prisoners forwarded to St. Louis; all are women;Till is Douthett's alias; Douthett from Lawrence County, Arkansas; both arrested atIronton, MO, Douthett for spying and conspiring with enemy, and Foster for carryingrebel mail 07-16-1864

Downey, Elias; Burrows, [unknown]; Bufford, Pat; Razar, Daniel; Letterberry, [unknown] -Iron Co., Pilot Knob Statement of teamster regarding events that occurred whilehe was held prisoner by rebels; captured near Mineral Point, MO 10-08-1864

Dunn, Elihu - Iron Co., Oath of Allegiance 02-17-1862

Dunn, Leroy - Iron Co., Oath of Allegiance 02-18-1862

Duthett, [unknown]; Foster, [unknown]; Tyler, John F. - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Letter regarding the interception of rebel mail from women; asks instructions on what to do with the women; additional materials included, poor quality mage on microfilm, illegible 07-15-1864

Ealer, William P. - Iron Co., Ironton Letter in support of the request of Dr. N. C. Griffith that the military use a different field for drill than the one next to his house 03-31-1862

Edwards, John F. T. - Iron Co., Oath 06-14-1862

Edwards, John F. T. - Iron Co., Petition from Ironton citizens to extend limits of his parole to north of military lines; his profession necessitates travel outside county 07-13-1864

Edwards, John F. T. - Iron Co., Transmitting request that limits of Edwards's $2,000 bond, dated June14, 1862 be extended ??-??-1865

Eidson, James - Iron Co., Statement of Mary Jane Black that Sept. 30, 1864 rebels went toEidson's house and forced him to go with them; Black age 23 11-05-1864

Eisner, Charles S. - Iron Co., Arcadia $2,000 bond for druggist's permit 04-20-1865

Eisner, Charles S. - Iron Co., Arcadia Capt. P. F. Lonergan's statement that he believes Eisner, anapplicant for trade permit under Order No. 46, is a rebel 12-07-1864

Eisner, Charles S. - Iron Co., Arcadia Eisner's statement [illegible]; file notation: no reason existsto deprive him of trade privileges; have not been able to find old papers; evidenceagainst him is rebutted 03-28-1865

Eisner, Charles S. - Iron Co., Arcadia Letter to Eisner from Capt. Power, Marmaduke's Brigade, orderinghim to accept southern money for purchase of salt or it will be confiscated for the Confederate government 10-03-1864

Eisner, Charles S. - Iron Co., Arcadia Petition from citizens of Arcadia protesting deprivation of Eisner's merchant privileges and asking that disability be removed; he has already suffered because of his case ??-??-186?

Eisner, Charles S. - Iron Co., Arcadia Special Order No. 26 VI allowing Eisner, after examination of case, to engage in regular business ??-??-186?

Eisner, Charles S. - Iron Co., Arcadia Statement of B. F. Bone, Co. F, MO Vols., that Eisner did not want to accompany them to St. Genevieve because Isom Griffith had enlisted in Pratt's Company 03-16-1865

Eisner, Charles S. - Iron Co., Arcadia Statement of F. A. Millert, Capt of Co. [?] Cav., MO Vols., thathe never accused Eisner of disloyalty 03-17-1865

Eisner, Charles S. - Iron Co., Arcadia Statement of Ferdinand Schmits, 1861 captain in Pilot Knob Home Guard; while seizing lead was arrested on civil affair and Eisner asked him to dinner; Eisner did not help with arrest 03-13-1865

Eisner, Charles S. - Iron Co., Arcadia Statement of George S. Evans re: the organization and dissolution of the Iron Co.,County Home Guard 03-15-1865

Eisner, Unknown - Iron Co., Arcadia Statement of Maria Morgan that she told Gen. Fagan his men were robbing Eisner's store and that she thought he was a southern man; Fagin said guard would be placed at Eisner's house 11-23-1864

Ellis, John; Scaggs, Melton; Barrett, Green; Cooper, Thomas; Berry, James; Price, Nancy; Holt, James; Ray, Henry; Sebastian, Martha; North, John R.; Settles, William; Bennett, Martin; Myers, Carter; Valle, James R.; Anthony, Mildred E.; and others - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Cover letter for reports for Feb. 1865 -- contraband property, prisoners transferred, prisoners released, purchase permits, oaths and bonds, and general business; includes transcript of assistant provost marshal's record book 02-28-1865

Emerson, J. W. - Iron Co., Ironton About runaway slaves 07-27-1863

Emerson, J. W. - Iron Co., Ironton Letter from Emerson to Fisk requesting 25 - 50 troops to stop guerrillas in the area; many refugees from Wayne, Butler, Ripley and adjoining counties complain of roaming thieves and cutthroats 09-21-1863

Emons, D. D. - Iron Co., Pilot Knob $2,000 bond for permission to sell medicines, wine and liquor and salt 11-26-1864

Evans, James S. - Iron Co., Affidavit of Jacob Elliott; saw Evans at a meeting of rebels; Elliott was conscripted into Gum (Gun?) Springs Co.; Pilot Knob and Caledonia and Middle Brook and Black River Roads 12-05-1864

Eves?, Albert - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Sworn statement about Augustus Hawkins 11-28-1864

Fairchild, Charles O - Iron Co., Ironton $2000 bond for permission for Fairchild to keep a drug store but not sell meds without permission of Asst. Prov. Marshal; sureties: James H. Vail, C.K. Bacon 11-29-1865

Farris, John W. - Iron Co., Ironton Farris, 53, asks if he must remain. n.d.

Farris, Lucien N. - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Statement of John Danen, Pvt., 50 Mo. Vols.: I was taken from my home in Reynolds Co. 01 Oct 1864 by Farris, who was then conscripting men forrebel service. I escaped after ten days. 02-02-1862

Fenton, John - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Oath, at Pilot Knob. Fenton, 21, of Gasconade was limited to the Pilot Knob area. 11-06-1863

Ferrier - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Claim by Mrs. Jos. Ferrier 06-14-1862

Fisher, Josiah F. - Iron Co., Bond in the amount of $2,000. Fisher's residence is noted as being Randolph County, Arkansas. 01-19-1864

Fisher, Josiah F. - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Oath of allegiance and physical description. Fisher's residence is noted as being Randolph Arkansas. 01-19-1864

Fisher, William G. - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Oath of allegiance and physical description. Notes that Fisher's residence is Fulton County, Arkansas. 10-28-1863

Fitz, John - Iron Co., Statement of James Foster regarding Fitz. States that 30 armed rebelscamped near Fitz's house; when rebels took Foster's horse, Fitz went with him to the camp to try and help get the horse back. 05-15-1863

Fitzpatrick, Dennis; McIntire, Thomas; Aubechon, A.; Hadges, [unknown]; Zurchus, [unknown] - Iron Co., Ironton List of prisoners; Thomas McIntire also known as Foster; note saying that Zurchus had something sworn in real blood; Fitzpatrick charged with being a spy; McIntire as a deserter 08-29-1861

Flore, Ben - Iron Co., Arcadia Valley Letter from A. H. Poten to Brigadier General Davidson in St. Louis. Letter regarding Flore, deceased. Flore's step-son claimed that Flore's horse be given back to his mother. 10-13-1862

Fox, Caroline - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Order that Fox, 21 people and 1,800 pounds of luggage should be transported to St. Louis. 11-28-1864

Fox, Caroline - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Statement of Fox, noted as a "colored woman", that she was renting a home for $5 a month. Heard from Board of Assessment that as a refugee she should only pay $1.50; was evicted from home for this. N. D.

Fraim, E. J. - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Letter from R. G. Woodson to General Fisk stating that a letter from Mrs. Fraim is enclosed. Woodson believes that the watch belongs to Fraim and asks that it be sent down so she can see it. 01-01-1864

Francis, A. L. - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Statement of Francis that he was taken prisoner by the rebels and marched towards the Meramec River. Was taken without his coat and bought a coat from John Watts which belonged to William Bruington. 11-11-1864

Franks, Emma - Iron Co., Arcadia Letter from Franks to General Ewing saying that her mother had received a banishment order from the state. Details how it is unjust; claims that if anyone should leave it should be her. 11-07-1864

George, Andrew L. - Iron Co., Oath, witnessed by Samuel Porter of Ironton. 02-18-1862

George, Napoleon B. - Iron Co., $5000 bond 11-16-1863

George, Napoleon B. - Iron Co., Oath, witnessed by James A. Shields; George was 22. 11-16-1863

Gibbons, John B. - Iron Co., Ironton Oath of Loyalty 03-05-1862

Gillam, Edward - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Subject, citizen of Carroll AR, tried, sentenced to hard labor for duration of the war. 07-08-1864

Gilliam, John J. - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Statement in the case against John Chitty 05-30-1865

Gilliam, John J. - Iron Co., Elizabeth Reed and Mary Swearingen, both of Iron Co.,County, swear that the cow held by Gilliam was taken from John Chitty of Wayne Co. n.d.

Goekel, August; Gerstenmeyer, Peter; and others - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Petition regarding behavior of soldiers in 3rd Colorado regiment; mistreating women, stealing vegetables, abuse of horses; request that thesoldiers be moved elsewhere; signatories of Germanic origin; poor quality image on microfilm, partially illegible 08-08-1863

Goodman, Alfred - Iron Co., Oath of allegiance 02-28-1862

Goodman, Alfred - Iron Co., Statement of Mrs. Pomelia Murry (?) that Goodman came to her homesaying that if a local loyal man did not stop reporting a local rebel, he (Goodman) would send for the Southern soldiers. 09-19-1864

Goodman, George - Iron Co., Oath of allegiance 02-28-1862

Grady, James M. - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Order from Thomas A. Macklina that Grady should report to him to give evidence in the case of Robert M. Grady, who is charged with larceny. 03-05-1864

Green, Sophie - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Request for transportation for Green to St. Louis on the Iron Co.,Mountain Railroad 12-19-1864

Grey, William J. - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Oath of Allegiance, with description 12-14-1863

Griffin, W. G.; and others - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Semi-monthly report of civil prisoners, released; severalnames listed; poor quality image, illegible 01-31-1864

Griffis, George W.; Nichols, Henry; Bennett, Nathanial - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Statement in regards to prisoners tried by military commission and being held as hostages. Special Order No. 198. 08-05-1864

Griffith, N. C. - Iron Co., Ironton Request for compensation for damages done to his field by soldiers using it for drill 03-31-1862

Grissom, A. N. - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Bond, $2000 to accompany permit to sell quinine and other medications only to those with permission of a local Provost Marshal 11-20-1864

Grosvenor, Edward P. - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Orders to turn over a horse to Mary Jane Nichols 02-20-1865

Hale, M. F. - Iron Co., Ironton Carroll R. Peck seeks Hale's release from Myrtle Street Prison;joined rebel army and served few months; returned home to stay but was arrested; requests that he be released on bond 12-19-1862

Hall, H. H. - Iron Co., Oath of Allegiance, clerk of the Commissary Department 03-06-1863

Hall, Nancy - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Citizen of Madison County near Fredericktown, claims that Sgt. Hermon of Company I, 47th Missouri Volunteers took blasting powder, fuses, and four horses from her 11-26-1864

Haller, Charles - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Statement of how he saw body of Daniel Beal, murdered, in the house of man named Staggs 06-11-1865

Hancock, John W. - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Bond, $2000, to keep and sell patent medicines, wines, liquors, and salt 12-27-1864

Hancock, William J. - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Statement that timber on a lot owned by him has been removed by the government, requests an investigation 11-14-1863

Harding, Milton - Iron Co., Oath of Allegiance, physical description included 10-07-1863

Harris, John K. - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Statement of Lewis Voges of Pilot Knob, Missouri 11-21-1864

Harrison, Doctor - Iron Co., Statement regards him being in a rebel camp 07-22-1862

Hartridge, Jacob - Iron Co., Charges and Specifications against subject, insurgent, who was a guerrilla in Reynolds Co. 04-15-1862

Hartridge, Jacob - Iron Co., Oath, at Alton, IL He was 38. 06-23-1865

Hautman, Henry - Iron Co., Oath at Pilot Knob 03-12-1862

Hautman, Henry - Iron Co., Oath before Col. Hull Wilson at Pilot Knob 03-12-1862

Hawkins, Augustus - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Sworn statement about a "Jas."(?) 11-29-1864

Heineman, Henri - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Oath before Hall Wilson and O. F. Lindsey. 03-15-1862

Heineman, Henri - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Oath, witnessed by O. F. Lindsey of Pilot Knob. 03-18-1862

Helsibrand, Dunley - Iron Co., Ironton Letter from C. W. Noele giving information on Helsibrand. NotesHelsibrand was in rebel service; came back and took oath; left again with Marmaduke and now has returned home. 10-10-1863

Henderon, Thomas - Iron Co., Oath of allegiance 06-??-1862

Henderson, Daniel - Iron Co., Pilot Knob List of prisoners sent from Pilot Knob to St. Louis. Henderson is on the list, noted as having deserted Marmaduke's command in Arkansas. 06-28-1864

Hendricks, Albert V. - Iron Co., Bond in the amount of $1,000. ??-??-1863

Hendricks, Albert V. - Iron Co., Oath of allegiance and physical description 09-01-1863

Herrod, Samuel B. - Iron Co., Charge against Herrod for violating his oath of allegiance. Accused of associating with John Hyley, known to be a guerrilla, murderer and outlaw. ??-??-1864

Hesser, James P. - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Letter from Hesser almost entirely illegible. In letter apologizes for his "first and only offense." Cannot discern from letter what this offense was due to illegibility. 10-27-1863

Higdon, [Highley?]; Hildebrand - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Letter from Capt. P. F. Seveant regarding the case of Higdon and Hildebrand. Says Higdon was arrested and released due to lack of evidence. Seveant is trying to bring the men to justice, but says the men they associate with make it hard to get evidence 09-10-1864

Hill, Charles; Darr, Joseph Jr.; Davis, Daniel; Freer, Daniel; Hoffman, John H.; Johnson, John S.; Shular, Daniel; Lonergan, P. F. - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Roll of five prisoners sent by Capt. Lonergan to Provost Marshal Hill and forwarded to Provost Marshal Darr 11-27-1864

Hill, Charles; Lonergan, P. F. - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Cover sheet for roll of prisoners sent to Capt. Hills inSt. Louis by Capt Lonergan 11-26-1864

Hill, Charles; Lonergan, P. F.; Davis, Daniel; Freer, Daniel; Hoffman, John H.; Johnson, John L.; Shular, Daniel - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Two-page roll of five prisoners sent to Capt. Hills in St. Louis by Capt. Lonergan 11-26-1864

Hill, J. B. - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Letter to Fisk. [illegible] 09-dd:186x

Hill, Robert J. - Iron Co., Ironton Rufus Alexander, deputy Prov. Marshal, states that Hill, loyalist of St. Francois reports an organization of rebels in his neighborhood. 04-08-1865

Hill, Robert J. - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Statement, before W. C. Shattuck, of John Evans of Washington Co.: Hill of St. Francois is very loyal and active in opposition to guerrillas of St. Francois Co. 05-19-1865

Hill, Rolen - Iron Co., Oath. Hill was 53. [MO: Oath to U.S. and MO] 01-30-1862

Hill, Thomas - Iron Co., Oath. Witnesses: R. D. Nichols of Springfield, Hughes of St. Joseph,Jesse Marks of Farmington. 02-10-1863

Hilliard, H. - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Major commanding, report on closing of the saloon belonging toFrank Stanecke, that he sold whiskey to soldiers, and he owns several houses and lots and isn't obliged to keep a saloon for a living 03-01-1865

Hirst, Louisa - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Statement of Andew Love, resident of Madison that Hirst, age 16, helped William Iles and Capt. Compton, guerrillas, plant potatoes. Hildebrand would have revenge if she was treated badly. 06-14-1865

Hisey, P. S. - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Letter from Capt. W. Leeper regarding the capture of Hisey. Hisey had his papers showing he took the oath, but Leeper did not trust him and thinks he may be a spy because of his frequent travels. 01-27-1864

Hisey, Philip S. - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Oath of allegiance and physical description. Notes that Hisey resides in Randolph County, Arkansas. 01-18-1864

Holloman, Thomas E. - Iron Co., Parole 01-21-1863

Holt, David - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Citizen of Howard County, statement that he was conscripted by Jackman, refers to Mr. Slade, Mr. Peters, and Mr. Beers for his loyalty, arrested by Rodgers of the 47th Missouri Volunteers 11-22-1864

Holtz, Charles - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Bond, $500, arrested for selling whiskey to soldiers, securities Lieut. H. Borries of Peoria Battery and Adolph Hartman 07-23-1863

Horn, J. W. - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Request by Supt. of Refugees for transportation for Horn and wife from St. Louis to wife's family in Tamaqua, PA; former Union soldier; destitute and crippled in fight at Pilot Knob; had tongue shot out 04-26-1865

Horton, Jabez - Iron Co., Oath 02-28-1862

Horton, Joseph - Iron Co., $1,000 bond 10-15-1863

Horton, Joseph - Iron Co., Oath 10-15-1863

Hough, William - Iron Co., File jacket only; notation: servant, Reg. 583--Dept. Missouri, page 325, Alton ??-??-186?

Howard, Thomas - Iron Co., Oath, witnessed by S. Porter of Ironton. 02-21-1862

Huddleston, William; Mead, William; Dunn, Ely; Dunn, John A.; Hoffman, Charles; Inman, Nathaniel; Smiley, R. Y.; Spradling, D. H. - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Roll of prisoners forwarded from Pilot Knob to St. Louis; gives name, rank (all are citizens), county where captured, date captured, and remarks; arrested in Iron Washington, and Perry counties 06-07-1864

Huff, Isaac - Iron Co., Oath of allegiance 06-14-1862

Huff, Josiah - Iron Co., Oath of allegiance 02-27-1862

Humphries, William - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Oath of Allegiance, resident of Lawrence County, AR 03-30-1864

Hunt, Amos N. - Iron Co., Ironton (Document illegible); file notation: requesting that his papers with provost in St. Louis be sent to Iron Co.,County circuit clerk for use in circuitcourt 10-23-1865

Hunt, Amos N. - Iron Co., Ironton Acknowledging receipt of Herrick's charges and specifications against Hunt and requesting that he be sent to St. Louis provost for trial before military commission 08-22-1865

Hunt, Amos N. - Iron Co., Ironton Capt. Milks enclosing letter in envelope addressed to Hunt, sentto Milks from source that has sent contraband letters before; Hunt had store and hotel near courthouse, now a photographer 09-16-1864

Hunt, Amos N. - Iron Co., Ironton File notation: case disposed of in Gen. Order No. 28, 2nd Series ??-??-1865

Hunt, Amos N. - Iron Co., Ironton Former county treasurer; imprisoned at Pilot Knob; conscripted by rebels; in Canada, wants to return for impartial trial; school and county money taken from him, Lonergan returned part 02-23-1865

Hunt, Amos N. - Iron Co., Ironton From Canada; received Special Order No. 37; cannot report to Lonergan, Pilot Knob, who tried to have him murdered while imprisoned; reign of terror there would prevent anyone filling bond for him 03-29-1865

Hunt, Amos N. - Iron Co., Ironton Letter from Hunt, Windsor, Canada West to Rosecrans; servant Landrun fired for aiding rebels, including son; soldiers hired to assassinate him;was not fed; Lonergan denounced by Loyal League 10-19-1864

Hunt, Amos N. - Iron Co., Ironton Lonergan to Col. Darr refuting Hunt's charges; his arrest due todocuments Milks sent; Hunt volunteered to serve after drafted; scouts driven back byPrice's army at Jones Mill, 12 miles from Doniphan 11-03-1864

Hunt, Amos N. - Iron Co., Ironton Note from Tim Reeves to Hunt; we are on our way, received provisions and salt from you; if they look for us send a runner to warn us; if youwant fellows taken get their pictures 09-01-1864

Hunt, Amos N. - Iron Co., Ironton Order that Hunt allowed within loyal states on reporting to Asst. Provost at Pilot Knob and giving $5,000 bond for appearance for trial 03-22-1865

Hunt, Amos N. - Iron Co., Ironton Order to Gratiot Prison to send Hunt before General Court Martial Court 08-30-1865

Hunt, Amos N. - Iron Co., Ironton Request to Spahr to see what the last order was in Hunt case ??-??-186?

Hunt, Amos N. - Iron Co., Ironton Statement of Flood, military prison keeper, Pilot Knob; took from Hunt $118, change, and papers; $100 was school money, $17 returned to Hunt, $10 paid to A. C. Relfe by Hunt's order; rest still held 11-04-1864

Hunt, Amos N. - Iron Co., Ironton Statement of Martha M. Landrum, who lived with Hunt; he fed guerrillas during night, received property from them, warned rebel Capt. Tim Reeves of Federal search, and sent guerrillas after loyal men 09-16-1864

Hunt, Amos N. - Iron Co., Ironton Statement of Shields, clerk to asst. provost, Pilot Knob; Sgt.Flood took from Hunt $118 and papers without Lonergan knowing; Flood usually kept prisoners' valuables until release 11-04-1864

Hunt, Amos N. - Iron Co., Ironton Transmittal of prisoner from Gratiot St. Prison to Judge Advocate, Court Martial Rooms 08-30-1865

Hunt, Amos N. - Iron Co., Ironton Writing from Canada requesting return and freedom under bonduntil trial to gather defense witnesses; laws of the country recognize all men as honest until proven otherwise 03-17-1865

Imboden, John G. - Iron Co., Iron_Township Claims for property taken by U.S. troops; supporting statements from Milton Bell and Jefferson C. Russell 10-09-1861

Immer, Ferdinand - Iron Co., Pilot Knob $2,000 bond for druggist's license 12-05-1864

Inman, Nathaniel - Iron Co., Extract from Roll of Prisoners sent from Pilot Knob 06-07-1864

Jackson, Burrell - Iron Co., Arcadia Oath of Allegiance 3-5-1862

Jackson, James - Iron Co., Deserted the E.M.M. and went south. Says he didn’t belong to the reble army; thought it was guerrillas! Misunderstood! 9-10-1863

Jackson, Thomas - Iron Co., Oath of Allegiance 10-10-1863

Jackson, William - Iron Co., Oath of Renunciation and Allegiance 7-25-1863

Jacobs, John; McBride, Mrs. [?]; Eves, Albert; Wood, [?]; Teal, Andrew - Iron Co., Pilot Knob List of contraband and confiscated property received and disposed of in May 1865. Property seized from Jacobs et al. 05-31-1865

James, John; Hyatt, [?]; Henderson, [?]; Duvall, [?] - Iron Co., Ironton Description of property sezied from Robert Bryant as agent ofthe Treasury Department. Property is cotton brought to market by James et al. 11-10-1863

James, John; Hyatt, [?]; Henderson, [?]; Duvall, [?] - Iron Co., Ironton Letter from Robert Bryant to Gen. Fisk that James, Hyatt, Henderson and Duvall of Arkansas, have each brought one bale of cotton to market. After purchasing cotton, Bryant learned J. A. Greason, Board of Trade, had instructions to seize it. 11-14-1863

James, John; Hyatt, [?]; Henderson, [?]; Duvall, [?] - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Letter from 1st Lt. W. T. Clarke sending to Mr. Bryant a copy of a telegraphic dispatch from the Chief Inspector of Customs to Col. Greason of the Board of Trade. The dispatch states belief that the cotton was seized from loyal men and should be released 11-10-1863

Jenkins, Edward - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Requesting employment as clerk in St. Louis; is employed in office at post, but returned by Capt. Dyer in error on teamsters roll as hired teamster 09-20-1862

Job, Henry H. - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Notice that Job will be furnished transportation to St. Louis. 12-??-1864

Johnnycake, Isaac - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Letter from James L. McDowell introducing Johnnycake, interpreter for the Delaware Nation. Refers to the identification of horses and Indian ponies. N. D.

Johns, Anderson - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Letter from Johns regarding horses and clothing which werestolen from him by guerrillas; the guerrillas were captured by the army. The army was not returning his property and Johns is upset. 11-03-1863

Johns, George - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Notice that transportation will be furnished for Johns and four people to St. Louis. 11-20-1864

Johnson, Frederick - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Statement of Abraham Meade that Johnson and another man in uniform came to his farm and ultimately took his mare. 05-19-1865

Johnson, Hughey; Newman, William; Herrel, Newton - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Permission to collect amount of bonds for Johnson,Newman, and Herrel of Morgan County, now in the rebel army. 12-10-1864

Johnson, John - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Statement of Johnson that he lives in Reynolds County, MO. Johnson says he gave one of his horses to Abraham Meade. He had 3 horses and the rebels told him he could only have 1; Meade had none. 06-05-1865

Johnson, K. P. - Iron Co., Ironton Depositions of Thomas Lawson, Charles Fingado and James Reed. All give stories referring to Johnson as a rebel; one said Johnson was part of a group threatening to kill a judge enforcing civil law. 07-07-1862

Johnson, K. P. - Iron Co., Ironton Letter from Lieut. A. Arnold saying that the depositions in the case against Johnson are enclosed. Notes that Johnson took the oath, but his suspicious actions led to his arrest. 07-07-1862

Johnson, Marion - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Letter from W. L. Leeper stating that Johnson, of ReynoldsCounty, took a mare belonging to Leeper. Johnson took the mare to work at a thresher and it died as a result of the excessive labor. 01-03-1865

Johnston, Keane - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Statement of Hattie Picket that Mrs. Johnston said that "old man Johnston should be killed because he helped to kill Conrad Dryer." 05-28-1864

Jonas, John - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Letter from Capt. C. R. Peck to Col. B. G. Farrar statingthat Jonas escaped from the Guard House on 04/01. Asks what Capt. Dyer should do with Jonas's pocket book containing $103.35. 06-05-1863

Jonas, John - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Report from Capt. Carroll Peck to Capt. C. C. Allen detailing events in his area. Notes that $103.35 was taken from Jonas, a prisoner, arrested for stealing government mules. Jonas escaped. 06-15-1863

Jones, George B. - Iron Co., Oath of allegiance 02-17-1863

Jones, James H. - Iron Co., Oath of allegiance 04-30-1863

Jones, William B. - Iron Co., Statement of George W. Boyer and Abraham Draper that they were spending the night at the home of Jones when two men came and arrested them. They don’t think Jones had anything to do with it. 06-15-1863

Jones, William B. - Iron Co., Ironton Letter from A. J. Hughes to Col. Dick saying that he is sendingthe evidence against Jones. Says there is no doubt that Jones told the men Cunningham was home and knew their intention. 03-25-1863

Jones, William B. - Iron Co., Ironton Letter from A. J. Hughes to Col. Dick stating that Jones made comments leading people to believe that he had prior knowledge that Addison Cunningham was to be murdered. 03-29-1863

Jones, William B. - Iron Co., Ironton Letter from Col. James Lindsay (written by C. R. Peck) stating that Lindsay hasn't had time to get the evidence against Jones, but refers to Jacob Helber and Hester Patterson as witnesses. 03-16-1863

Jones, William B. - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Letter from Abraham Draper to Jones. Draper says he believes Jones is a true and Union man, based upon how Jones treated them. Draper hopes Jones will be released. 05-29-1863

Jones, William B. - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Letter from G. Boyer and Abraham Draper to Jones. Letter extremely difficult to read. Refers to Jones' trial and release. 06-??-1863

Jones, William B. - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Statement of Christian Helber that he saw Jones speaking in low tones to a group of men, including a man named Henry Reisinger. These men killed Addison Cunningham. 03-24-1863

Jones, William B. - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Statement of George W. Williams regarding the murder of Addison Cunningham in Farmington. Jones told Williams that the men who were in town were rebel soldiers who had come to take Cunningham. 03-23-1863

Jones, William B. - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Statement of John J. Helber, of Farmington, regarding themurder of Addison Cunningham. Helber saw Jones talking with men who left towards Cunningham's home; thinks Jones knew they would kill him. 03-24-1863

Kath, Frederick - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Bond of $2,000 for the sale of liquor and other goods 11-30-1864

Kelley, Willis C. - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Citizen of Butler County, statement that while attempting to explain to the Federal authorities that the local guerrillas weren't from the county, Porter Simmons refused to sign a letter saying he would follow the laws of the country 06-06-1864

Kindel, Charlres - Iron Co., Ironton Bond in the amount of $2,000. 12-06-1864

King, Enoch - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Statement that Permelia Long, wife of the guerrilla William Long, although staying with her father, George W. Brown, visits William at her home during the night 05-12-1865

King, Patrick - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Statement that he lived near Cathrin Griffin in Ripley County, that she and her mother ran mail to the rebel camp at Van Buren, and turned General Davidson over to the rebels 05-28-1864

Kirbey, Mrs. [?]; Yarber, Mrs. [?]; Estes, Mrs. [?]; Archer, Mrs. [?]; Hunter, [?] - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Letter from Lt. George F. Crocker that Mrs. Kirbey and Mrs. Yarber were arrested. The women had no contraband goods but said they had goods for Mrs. Estes. They denied buying goods for Mrs. Archer and Judge Hunter. Found no evidence to the contrary. 09-12-1863

Kirchival, John H. - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Oath of Loyalty 03-12-1862

Lafferty, Neal - Iron Co., Ironton Illegible 08-10-1862

Lane, Henry - Iron Co., $500 bond; subject was charged with being a rebel. Signed by Henry (X) Lane and John Laine 10-13-1863

Lane, Henry - Iron Co., Oath; he was 18 10-13-1863

Lane, Jasper - Iron Co., $500 bond; subject was charged with being a rebel. Signed by subject (X) and John Lain 10-13-1863

Lane, Jasper - Iron Co., Oath; he was 21 10-13-1863

Lathim, William N. - Iron Co., Oath of allegiance and physical description 10-22-1863

Lathim, William N. - Iron Co., Oath of Allegiance, physical description included 10-22-1863

Lawson, Thomas - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Oath of allegiance 02-23-1863

Lawson, William - Iron Co., Brief examination of Lawson barely legible. File notation says Lawson was in the company of Mrs. Jeff Thompson from Helena to St. Louis. Attached docs refer to changing Confederate money. N. D.

Lawson, William - Iron Co., Brief of his examination, illegible ??-??-186?

Lawson, William - Iron Co., Examination of his business of buying cotton in Helena, Arkansas changing money belonging to Mrs. Thompson, implicating Mr. Smizer, and his time as an army beef contractor 04-09-1863

Lee, George - Iron Co., Oath of Allegiance, witnesses Robert Wilkinson - 3rd Colorado Infantry, and R. B. Foster - 1st Nebraska Infantry 07-15-1863

Lee, Giles - Iron Co., Oath of Allegiance, witnesses Robert Wilkinson - 3rd Colorado Infantry, and R. B. Foster - 1st Nebraska Infantry 07-15-1863

Leeper, W. O. - Iron Co., Pilot Knob George W. Knap should be arrested for an editorial he wrote 09-27-1863

Lewellen, J. W. - Iron Co., Oath of Allegiance 06-16-1862

Lewis, Andy - Iron Co., Ironton Bond, $1000, arrested for disloyalty, securities J. M. Catile and William Lewis 10-31-1863

Lewis, Andy - Iron Co., Ironton Oath of Allegiance, physical description included, witness S. S. Vansickel, Co. K, 3rd Regiment Cavalry, M.S.M. 10-31-1863

Lewis, Joel D. - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Oath of Allegiance 11-28-1861

Lewis, John - Iron Co., Bond, $1000, arrested for disloyalty 10-12-1863

Lewis, John - Iron Co., Oath of Allegiance, physical description included, witness J. O. Kellogg, 3rd Colorado Infantry 10-12-1863

Lewis, Peter H. - Iron Co., Bond, $1000, arrested for disloyalty, securities J. C. Gardner and Henry Eidson 11-16-1863

Lewis, Robert; Lane, Elias; Dunn, Leroy; Horton, Carren; Lane, Moses; Wallace, Andrew; Marlow, William; Newton, Ebanezer;Jones, Shadrick; Jones, Thomas; King, Samuel; Cole, George; Carnahan, James; Thompson, William; Milton, Barton etal - Iron Co., List of rebels who are currently in rebel army who are residents of Iron Co.,and St. Francois Counties. List includes: name, value of personal property and real estate, wife, children, county, township, who rebel went with, when, remarks. List 2 pages long. 10-17-186?

Lewis, William - Iron Co., Bond, $1000, and parole, securities Canil C. Horton and Alford Goodman 10-31-1863

Lewis, William - Iron Co., Oath of Allegiance, physical description included, witness S. S. VanSickel, Co. K, 3rd Regiment Cavalry, M.S.M. 10-31-1863

Lindsay, James - Iron Co., Ironton Report of occurences in the area, including that the rebel Capt. Higden violated his parole, listing many names of those who can provide information 07-23-1864

Lindsay, James; Miller, A. H.; Phelps, C. P.; Reves, Albert; Crain, G. W.; Delano, W. H.; Crozat, P.; Kingsley, John; Reid, James; Schultz, Louis; Adair, William P.; and others - Iron Co., Ironton Petition of citizens requesting protection from guerrillas and horse thieves 06-15-1863

Lindsay, Robert L. - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Letter from Lindsay to Maj. Gen. Schofield complaining that an order under penalty was made against loyal citizens. Says if their assistance had been asked for, they would have responded. 06-30-1865

Lindsay, Robert L. - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Proclamation instructing all able-bodied loyal citizens to come and help finish the work needed on Fort Davidson. 06-29-1863

Lindsay, Robt. L. - Iron Co., Ironton Testifies that Mr. Cooper is disloyal 09-08-1863

Lloyd, Albert - Iron Co., Oath of Allegiance, witness Alfred J. Davis 06-24-1862

Lofton, Benjamin R. - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Statement concerning his arrest for gambling with soldiers, illegible 12-17-1863

Lofton, Benjamin R. - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Statement that he has been tried for gambling with soldiers, been found not guilty, and requests that the money taken from him at the time of his arrest be returned, illegible 01-04-1864

Logan, John V. -Iron Co., Pilot Knob Letter to Col. Harlin stating that H. Stephenson requested him to inform the colonel that two men from Pilot Knob will appear to him with evidence against Bill Polly and that Polly might urge his trial before they can appear 12-18-1861

Lonergan, P. F. - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Letter to accompany prisoner David Holt of Howard County, believed to belong to the gang commanded by Bill Anderson 12-01-1864

Lonergan, P. F. - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Bond has not been received 02-15-1865

Lonergan, P. F. - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Cover sheet for report of oaths and bonds taken during 11-1864 11-30-1864

Lonergan, P. F. - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Cover sheet for report of prisoners released during 11-1864 11-30-1864

Lonergan, P. F. - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Cover sheet for roll of civil prisoners forwarded to St. Louis 12-01-1864

Lonergan, P. F. - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Francis M. Tinker is to be discharged from custody because he enrolled 08-22-1864

Lonergan, P. F. - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Letter advising that John Hall of Madison, who filed a bond of $5000 restricting him to two counties, wishes to file a new bond in the same amount so he may go to Illinois or Iowa 12-07-1864

Lonergan, P. F. - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Report of the case of Mrs. Gill, Miss Gill and Miss Blackagainst Capt. McMurley for taking their property near Patterson; McMurley claims they are rebels who should be sent south 12-13-1864

Lonergan, P. F. - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Request for information and that statements be taken in the case of James A. Holt of Madison County 01-24-1865

Lonergan, P. F. - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Returning papers in regard to James Haynes, his bond, and his possible service 08-29-1864

Lonergan, P. F. - Iron Co., Pilot Knob States that Mr. Delano has given bond and requests permit to purchase ammunition 01-11-1865

Lonergan, P. F. - Iron Co., Pilot Knob The prisoner Talbot, who wishes to take the oath of allegiance, comes from a bad family 09-09-1864

Lonergan, P. F.; Brooks, Elijah; Harris, Augustus; Hall, David; Seatwilling, William C. - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Two-page roll of four civil prisoners forwarded to St. Louis; illegible 12-01-1864

Lonergan, P. F.; Brown, James; Black,, S. J.; Coulson, J. S.; Burke, Hiram; Dobbs, Alexander; Glover, Elijah; Hughes, A. S.; Parker, A. H.; Stout, Phillip; Schooler, D. C.; Shuler, Peter; Thurmun, John - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Report of twelve prisoners released by Assistant Provost
Marshal Lonergan during 11-1864 11-30-1864

Lonergan, P. F.; Coulson, John S.; Laws, James S. - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Report of oaths sworn by Coulson and Laws during 11-1864 11-30-1864

Lonergan, P. F.; Darr, Joseph Jr. - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Cover sheet for documents regarding the arrest of Reed and Robinson 11-22-1864

Lonergan, P. F.; Darr, Joseph Jr.; Reed, ?; Robinson, ? - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Letter by Capt. Lonergan to Provost Marshal Darr; detailing the arrest of Reed, who is sick at home and under guard; arrest of Robinson who is being held in the Iron Co.,County military prison 11-22-1864

Lonergan,, P. F.; Clardy, John E.; Clardy, Martin L. - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Cover sheet for documents re: Martin Clardy who is in the rebel service and has raised a company of men near Farmington; John E. Clardy has posted security bond for Martin and is about to leave the state 11-21-1864

Lonergan,, P. F.; Clardy, John E.; Clardy, Martin L. - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Illegible 11-21-1864

Long, Ellen - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Statement that she was at Tipton to be near her husband in the 6th Regimental Infantry, Missouri Volunteers, when she was ordered home, and requests a wagon and team to move her furniture there 12-23-1861

Lougeay, Charles - Iron Co., Ironton Summons in the case of Adam Bayer vs. Charles Lougeay 09-03-1860

Lougeay, Charles; Bayer, Adam - Iron Co., Deed for Charles Lougeay to pay Adam Bayer $300 for a parcel of land 04-04-1860

Love, Andrew - Iron Co., Oath of Loyalty 01-30-1863

Love, John - Iron Co., Oath of Loyalty 01-30-1863

Lovejoy, C. H. - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Request for transportation for Wilson Belcher and family, refugees, to St. Louis 04-11-1865

Lovelace, James; Hale, William C.; Hoffman, R.; Boyd, F. H.; Walton, George; Rongey, Henry; Southerland, William R.;Andrews, William; Morrow, B. F.; Edwards, J. F. C.; Buford, Mildred; Medlock, Daniel; Price, Nancy; Tipton, Amanda; and others - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Transcript of assistant provost marshal's record book; references to persons and events from Butler, Wayne, Iron Reynolds, St. Francois, Ripley, Reynolds, Stoddard, Madison and Oregon counties 02-??-1865

Lowry, William - Iron Co., Affidavit that horse stolen by guerrillas in Ripley County, now in possession of Capt. Stratton; attested to by William P. O'Neal and William A. Lowry 03-18-1865

Lowry, William - Iron Co., Lowry vs. U.S.; July 1863 guerrillas Dick Boze and Aleck Shelton imprisoned him and took mare; U.S. soldier has her; statements by William O'Neal and son William A. Lowry; Lt. Cotton took her from Shelton 03-22-1865

Lowry, William - Iron Co., Statement by officers of the command: after deliberation, horse in possession of assistant quartermaster determined to be Lowry's; mare was turned over 03-22-1865

Macklind, Thomas H. - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Charges and Specifications against G. W. Griffis for violation of the Oath of Allegiance by joining a band of armed men under Tim Reeves and by taking part in fight at Centerville 01-29-1864

Macklind, Thomas H. - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Enclosing the papers in the cases of William Sabastian and Samuel O. Herrod and will arrest them and proffer charges if Col. Marsh deems the evidence enough to bring the matter before a Military Commission 02-25-1864

Macklind, Thomas H. - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Enclosing additional affidavits in the case of Thomas Ragsdale, charged with harboring guerrillas and rebel enemies, and forwarded to St. Louis 05-02-1864

Macklind, Thomas H. - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Enclosing papers on the case of Thomas Ragsdale of St. Francois County to Col. Sanderson, in which Ragsdale is charged with corresponding with, giving information to, and consorting with rebels and guerrillas 04-16-1864

Macklind, Thomas H. - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Letter to accompany evidence in the case of Jeptha Holcomb of St. Francois County 02-26-1864

Macklind, Thomas H. - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Order of Assistant Provost Marshal to Francis Dinger, acting Justice of the Peace for Arcadia Township, Iron Co.,County, to stay sentence of 20 lashes on Negro boy Henry Clay 03-21-1864

Macklind, Thomas H. - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Order to stay sentence of Henry Clay 03-21-1864

Macklind, Thomas H. - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Report of oaths and bonds from 01-01-1864 thru 01-15-1864, document is illegible 01-15-1864

Macklind, Thomas H. - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Request of Colonel Sanderson for an opinion in case of free Negro Henry Clay and appeal of sentence of 20 lashes, which the local Justice of the Peace denied 03-23-1864

Macklind, Thomas H. - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Roll of 15 prisoners held at Pilot Knob by Assistant Provost Macklind, document is illegible 01-15-1864

Macklind, Thomas H. - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Roll of 20 prisoners held at Pilot Knob by Assistant Provost Macklind, document is illegible 01-31-1864

Macklind, Thomas H. - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Roll of 4 prisoners released at Pilot Knob 01-31-1864 by Assistant Provost Macklind, document is illegible 01-31-1864

Macklind, Thomas H. - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Roll of 9 prisoners released at Pilot Knob from 01-01-1864 thru 01-15-1864 by Assistant Provost Macklind, document is illegible 01-15-1864

Macklind, Thomas H. - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Special Order 17 to Francis Dinger, Justice of the Peace for Arcadia Township, Iron Co.,County, to stay sentence of 20 lashes on Negro boy Henry Clay in United States vs. Henry Clay 03-21-1864

Macklind, Thomas H. - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Statement of the quantity of contraband articles for which permits have been granted by Lt. Macklind. Amounts of salt, powder, lead, shot, caps, whiskey, calomel, quinine, morphine, chloroform, quicksilver and blue mass listed by county. 05-31-1865

Macklind, Thomas H. - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Statement that Benjamin R. Lofton, accused of gambling with soldiers in which he won $7, was fined $22 and pledged to leave the post 12-24-1863

Macklind, Thomas H. - Iron Co., Pilot Knob The enclosed case of Henry Clay 03-23-1864

Macklind, Thomas H.; Adams, George W.; Bennett, Nathaniel; Conner, Michael; Daffron, C. S.; Capps, Carrel; Capps, John;Shifflit, George; Harding, Joseph; Middlefin, John; Mason, Perry; Robertson, William; Sandling, Lawrence; Sipe, Henry W.;Tucker, Geo. - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Report by Lieut. Macklin, of 14 civil prisoners held in prison at Pilot Knob 02-13-1864

Macklind, Thomas H.; Bradley, Samuel; Craighead, Moses; Golden, Robert; Gammon, Redman; Hedrick, George;Hedrick, Sophronia; Herred, Samuel; Myrick, David; Nicholas, Milley; Polley, William; Tadlock, Isaac; Williams, John F.; George, Daniel - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Report by Lieut. Macklind of 16 civil prisoners released from prison at Pilot Knob 02-15-1864

Macklind, Thomas H.; Hedrick, Francis M.; Hedrick, George W.; Myrick, David; Galvin, Robert M.; Massey, John; - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Report of oaths and bonds taken by Lieut. Macklind, 02-01-1864 thru 02-15-1864; List of 15 men who are residents of Perry, Ripley and Randolph Counties; most of names are illegible 02-15-1864

Macklind, Thomas H.; Nedrockeck, Joseph; Altmesk, Jacob - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Letter by Provost Marshal Macklind to the General regarding loyalty of Nedrockeck and Altmesk who are allowed to sell liquor at Potosi; "voted for Lincoln when it was worth a mans life" 01-11-1864

Macklind, Thomas H.; Pearce, Horace E.; Adkins, John; Gorman, Patrick - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Semi monthly report of oaths and bonds, report lists of eight names, document is illegible; 02-13-1864 thru 02-29-1864 02-29-1864

Macklind, Thomas; Gray, William; Hodge, John F.; Gross, Benjamin; Huddleston, John; James, Edward; Reed, George W.;Hicks, William; Bennett, James; Harim, Anderson F.; Rainey, Thomas J.; Meyers, William - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Assistant Provost Marshal Macklind's report of oaths and bonds taken at Pilot Knob from 12-15-1864 thru 12-31-1864; eleven names listed 12-31-1864

Madagan, Ellen - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Report of a cow and steer being shot, she thinks by soldiers, near the camp of the 7th Kansas Cavalry; both subsequently died 02-13-1865

Madkins, William - Iron Co., Oath, taken at Pilot Knob, Iron Co.,County 04-26-1863

Mallow, Amos - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Charge that Mallow perjured himself or others have lied about him 11-07-1864

Mann, Perry - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Released from prison oath and President's amnesty proclamation 02-29-1864

Mann, Perry - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Report of release from prison 02-29-1864

Mann, Perry - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Roll of released civil prisoners:released on oath 02-29-1864

Marion, George - Iron Co., Statement how he caught Abe Majors, a Federal deserter, and how Captain C. D. Coleman would not pay him the reward for such

Marschmeyer, Charles - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Bone 12-5-1864

Martia, [unknown] - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Martia being sent under guard; had passes from rebel officers for all over Arkansas; professes to be loyal, may be useful as a guide; if true, his information is valuable 12-06-1862

Martin, [?] - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Illegible ??-??-1863

Martin, Azariah - Iron Co., $1,000 bond 09-21-1863

Martin, Azariah - Iron Co., Oath; physical description: age 23, 6' 1", brown eyes, light brown hair, very stout 09-21-1863

Martin, Humphrey H. - Iron Co., $500 bond 09-09-1863

Martin, Humphrey H. - Iron Co., Oath 09-09-1863

Martin, William H. - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Badly faded Bond document ??-??-1864

Mather, Lewis - Iron Co., Oath of allegiance. Name on oath says "Mather"; signature is harder to decipher, but appears to say "Mehler." 03-12-1862

May, Charolette - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Statement about John Jaco 06-02-1865

Mays, William - Iron Co., Statement that old man Morgan took his steer with the help of the prisoner Blanton, and Morgan and his son, John, helped the rebels in the attack on Pilot Knob ??-??-186?

McClain, William H. - Iron Co., Oath of allegiance 08-12-1862

McClin, John - Iron Co., Oath of allegiance 04-27-1863

McClure, George H. - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Statement concerning prisoner Nathaniel Bennett 12-28-1864

McClurg, James A. - Iron Co., Oath of allegiance 03-24-1862

McClurg, James A.; Barrett, Henry; Hinton, Robert A.; Massey, R. D.; Cunningham, James; Haggerty, James; Welldon, Thomas;Kennedy, James; Brock, John H.; Eddington, H. L. W.; etal - Iron Co., List of 48 prisoners from KY, TN, and MO at the Chestnut and Fourth Street Military Hospitals in St. Louis who wish to talke oath of allegiance; includes 2 prisoners from NY to take oath of neutrals; gives name, age, home county, and state 03-22-1862

McClurg, James; Stout, James; Woodford, Jacob - Iron Co., McClurg and Stout are prisoners being tranferred from Fenton, MO to St. Louis; are from Iron Co.,County; charged with murder of Woodford 03-11-1862

McCoy, David; Alexander, Rufus; Lang, Thomas; Weber, John A; Miller, Daniel, Niedert, Conrad etal - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Document completely illegible. end of document has list of approximately 30 names, some of which are also difficult to decipher. 09-15-1863

McDonald, Maria - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Letter from John Beveridge to Capt. Lubbering stating that McDonald, a black woman, is complaining that she has lost 3 of her children and believes James S. Evans knows where they are. 02-03-1865

McElrath, [?] -Iron Co., Ironton Letter from Robert Bryant introducing Mrs. McElrath to Gen. Clinton B. Fisk. She is prepared to prove the innocence of her husband, who is in the Guard House, or to provide bond. 01-04-1864

McElroy, Thomas - Iron Co., Ironton Oath of allegiance and physical description. Notes McElroy is a resident of Randolph County, Arkansas. 12-1?-1863

McElroy, William - Iron Co., Ironton Oath of allegiance and physical description. Notes McElroy resides in Randolph County, Arkansas. 12-16-1863

McFarland, Philip R. - Iron Co., Ironton Statement of Elijah S. Rodger that McFarland threatened to shoot him if he joined Capt. Hunter's Company of the M.S.M. 09-11-1862

McMurty, James S. - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Report that a mare has been turned over to William Bennett as per orders 06-02-1865

McNeely, L. L. - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Chaplain, superintendent of refugees, order to Capt. George R. Dye to furnish transportation to H. W. Potte to St. Louis on the Iron Co.,Mountain Railroad 12-19-1864

McNeely, William B. - Iron Co., Oath of allegiance and physical description 10-31-1864

McNeily, L. T. - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Order to Capt. George R. Dyer to furnish transportation to William A. Barber, three people, and 500 pounds of baggage to St. Louis on the Iron Co.,Mountain Railroad 12-14-1864

McNeily, L. T. - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Order to Capt. George R. Dyer to furnish transportation for Dannie Matherson, seven people, and eight pounds of luggage to St. Louis 11-18-1864

McNeily, L. T. - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Transportation request for George Misho, 18 people, and 1000 pounds of baggage to St. Louis 11-16-1864

McNeily, L. T. - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Transportation request for Mrs. Richardson, three people,and baggage from Ironton to St. Louis 11-22-1864

NcNuley, L. T. - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Order to Capt. George Dyer to furnish transportation to William Raney, six persons, and luggage to St. Louis 12-??-1864

McPhee, Neil - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Letter from 1st Lieut. Edward P. Grovenor asking Capt. Arthur Wilkinson to send McPhee to report to headquarters. States it will be arranged so McPhee can keep possession of his horses. 02-20-1865

McRoberts, John W. - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Statement concerning the facts behind the escape of Nathaniel Bennett, prisoner, while being transported from Pilot Knob to St. Louis 12-29-1864

McWilliams, A. J. - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Oath of allegiance and physical description 07-30-1864

Mead, William - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Extract from Roll of Prisoners sent forward from Pilot Knob. Mead's name is on the extract as a citizen from Iron County. 06-07-1864

Means, J. F. - Iron Co., Ironton Letter from Capt. A. Arnold to Col. Bernard Farrar stating that in obedience to a Special Order, he seized the property of Dr. Means. Letter details notes, accounts and household furnishings seized. 08-27-1862

Merriman, Hiram - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Oath of allegiance and physical description. Notes that
Merriman is a resident of Fulton County, Arkansas. 05-16-1864

Middleton, John J. - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Letter from Middleton regarding a mule which was stolen by General Price. States that J. Price has gone to Richland to get the mule back, but has been denied access to it. 02-01-1865

Miller, [?] - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Statement of Thomas L. Moore that he took Mr. Miller's money and bought a horse. He recognizes it as the same horse Miller swapped. Moore is from Randolph County, Arkansas. 02-13-1864

Miller, A. H. - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Bond in the amount of $2,000. 11-26-1864

Miller, John A. - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Bond in the amount of $2,000. 05-27-1864

Mims, John V. - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Oath of Allegiance, citizen of Independence County, Arkansas, physical description included, witness James A. Shields, quartermaster, 3rd M.S.M. 11-16-1863

Mitchell, Ohn I. - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Samuel Jackson took possession of cattle belonging to Hiram Burks 6-13-1862

Moore, Alexander - Iron Co., Ironton Claims for property taken by U.S. troops; supporting statements from James S. Moore, Martha Chauvin, and Milton P. Claunus 10-09-1861

Moore, Thomas L. - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Bond, $5000, arrested for disloyalty, citizen of Randolph County, Arkansas, securities William Sebastian and Peter Melton 02-12-1864

Moore, Thomas L. - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Oath of Allegiance, citizen of Randolph County, Arkansas, physical description included, witness James A. Shields, Co. M, 3rd Cavalry, M.S.M. 02-12-1864

Morgan, John - Iron Co., Oath of Allegiance 01-21-1862

Morgan, John - Iron Co., Physical description 01-21-1862

Morgan, Maria - Iron Co., Arcadia Statement that she told Col. Black of the C. S. A. that the house of Judge Logan, listed to be fired, was occupied by a lady and her daughters and belonged to a good southern man, Mr. Lee 11-23-1864

Myers, Carter - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Letter from Lonergan re: application for release of Myers and the proper form of the recommendation 01-11-1865

Nalle, Gatewood - Iron Co., $1,000 bond; arrested for disloyalty; H. N. Tong and John W. Emerson securities 06-25-1863

Nalle, Gatewood - Iron Co., Oath 06-25-1863

Nalle, Jerome C. - Iron Co., $500 bond; arrested for being a rebel; Gatewood Nalle security 10-08-1863

Nance, Benjamin - Iron Co., Oath 01-30-1863

Nance, John - Iron Co., Oath 01-30-1863

Nealey, Robert - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Citizen of Ripley County and forced to leave by guerrillas, states that he stayed with Patrick and Cathrin Griffin, that Cathrin was happy that bushwhackers "gave it" to some Federal scouts 05-28-1864

Nolle, J. C. - Iron Co., Oath of allegiance and physical description 10-08-1863

Norris, Moses - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Report of the Provost Marshal explaining the case of Norris versus Doyle. Samuel Emmerson, employed by Norris to find a horse, was allowed to search for the property without interruption. Report is satisfied that Orr is not present in the district. 05-16-1864

Norris, Moses - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Soliciter's Report partially illegible. Document states that a horses stolen from Norris, of Rolla, is now in the possession of the Provost Marshal. Notes that Noris is a loyal man. 05-13-1864

Norris, Moses - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Statement of Capt. Robert McElroy, 3rd MO Cavalry, that he was in camp when Samuel Emmerson, Norris' agent, came to camp searching for Norris' missing mare. States Emmerson had full access to the camp and every courtesy was shown to him. 05-16-1864

Norris, Moses - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Statement of Capt. Silas A. Doyle that James Igo traded a horse for a mare with a man named Orr. Samuel Emmerson came to camp searching for a mare stolen from Norris by a man named Orr. 05-16-1864

Norris, Moses - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Statement of Capt. William Hunter that Samuel Emmerson, Norris' agent, came to the camp of the 3rd MO Cavalry looking for a mare stolen from Norris. Hunter claims Emmerson was well treated while he was in the camp. 05-16-1864

Norris, Moses - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Statement of James O. Lewis that Samuel Emmerson came to camp looking for Norris' horse. 05-06-1864

Norris, Moses - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Statement of Silas A. Doyle that Oscar Igo swapped a horse for a mare with Jonathan Orr. Samuel Emmerson claimed the mare was the property of Norris. 05-06-1864

O'Brien, [?] - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Illegible. File notation lists "Statement of Mrs. Susan Walker vs Mrs. O'Brien." 12-13-1864

O'Connell, John - Iron Co., Oath of allegiance; handwritten text barely legible. 04-??-1863

O'Donnell, P. K. - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Letter from O'Donnell that he has been working reconnaissance in enemy country. Criticizes how regimental jealousies are preventing him receiving a commission. 09-26-1862

Oaks, Alfred - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Oath of allegiance and physical description. Notes that Oaks resides in Lawrence Co, Arkansas. 10-01-1863

Oaks, Robert A. - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Oath of allegiance and physical description. Notes Oaks resides in Randolph County, Arkansas. 11-14-1863

Padgett, W. B. - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Has received new evidence in the death of Levi Kieling which points to murder 02-26-1863

Padgett, William B. - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Letter from Padgett very confusing and difficult to understand. Padgett writes about a Dr. Meador who was coming up from Arkansas and claims to be a Union man. He also asks for influence to be used in his own case. 10-17-1862

Pape, [unknown]; Jacoby, [unknown] - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Semi-monthly report of contraband confiscated; from March 1 through March 15, 1864 03-15-1864

Pape, Erick; Adams, Joseph; Banks, Henry; Bartley, Edmond; Fox, Frank; Griffith, Charles; Gabriel, George; Martin, Alfred; Myers, Adam; McFadden, Edmond; Needham, Frank; Smith, Ludy; Stevenson, Miles and others - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Report by Lieut. Pape of persons and articles employed at Pilot Knob 01-1864; Lists names of 31 men employed, occupation, amount paid serving Company K, Third Cavalry, M.S.M. 01-31-1864

Pape, Erick; Smith, Albert; Silver, Benjamin; Silver, Henry; Smith, Lewis; Tennison, Jacob; Tennison, Lewis; Warren, Jim; Springer, Wesley - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Report by Lieut. Pape of persons and articles employed at Pilot Knob 01-1864; lists names of 11 men employed, occupation, amount paid serving Company K, 3rd Cavalry, M.S.M. 01-31-1864

Parker, A. H. - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Note from Parker stating that he promises to send to the Provost Marshal the papers showing his former position in the Confederate Army. 09-03-1863

Parks, Andrew J. - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Letter from Thomas H. Macklind that he is enclosing additional evidence in the case against Parks. 03-11-1864

Paul, Cicero - Iron Co., Paul was provided with pass, but taken prisoner by militia; his statement gave much information; his government horse gave out, gave him a receipt for it; sending him to St. Louis re: pass; file notation: issue order for the delivery of this man's horse 06-03-1863

Pearce, Eliza Jane - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Statement of Mrs. Pearce that she left at cow at William Pearce's farm. When she came to retrieve the cow, William Pearce refused to return it. 06-10-1865

Pearce, Eliza Jane - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Statement of Mrs. Pearce that William, Rebecca and Cordelia Pearce are friends of guerrillas. Gives names of Shannon County guerrillas who were harbored at William Pearce's home. Eliza Jane notes that her husband is a Union soldier. 06-10-1865

Peas, Horace E. - Iron Co., Oath of allegiance 02-26-1864

Peck, [?] - Iron Co., Ironton Document almost entirely illegible. File notation says a report of operations is enclosed. Notes that Peck and Co have permits for selling whiskey. 12-03-1863

Peck, C. R. - Iron Co., Ironton Note to Capt. C. C. Allen PM St. Louis about William Black 06/26/1863

Peck, C. R. - Iron Co., Ironton Note to William Black had 2 ponies taken and wants them back 06/26/1863

Peck, C. R. - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Report to Capt. C. C. Allen that Mrs. Burbridge and a young child are going on the train, believes she is carrying rebel mail as her husband was recently arrested with mail from the rebel army, recommends she be arrested 05-15-1863

Peck, Carroll R. - Iron Co., Ironton Witnessed Joseph Blackwell of Randolph Co., AR oath of allegience 05/25/1863

Peck, Carroll R.; Hughes, A. J.; Peers, L. K.; Means, Isaac - Iron Co., Ironton Per Special Order 61 by provost marshal general at St. Louis, Peck had taken over as assistant provost marshal at Ironton; prisoners that had been held at Pilot Knob were turned over to Ironton assistant provost marshal; Peck asks for instructions 05-01-1863

Peck, Trow and Company - Iron Co., Ironton Permit to sell firearms and ammunition. 01-19-1865

Peers, Luther K. - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Letter from Capt. C. R. Peck to Col. B. G. Farrar that he is enclosing the bonds for Peers, of Farmington, MO, and Richard Callison, of Madison Co, MO. 05-22-1863

Peters, P. H. - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Mrs., letter on behalf of her mother, Mrs. Peall of Arcadia, in that she have permission to occupy part of the house that houses military borders to keep some borders herself 02-22-1864

Petlel, Lee M. - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Sworn statement about Abraham Keith 05-25-1865

Pettis, L. M. - Iron Co., Ironton Bond of $2,000 11-26-1864

Pierce, William M. - Iron Co., Oath 06-06-1863

Pipkin, Philip; Covert, James S.; Long, H. N.; Farrar, G. W.; Hancock, J. W.; Luits, William; Moore, Alex; Eisner, Charles S.; Child, E. N.; Long, T. C. N.; Hunt, A. N.; Grigsby, Thomas B.; Salters, S. M. - Iron Co., Ironton Petition to be released from imprisonment on parole of honor; prisoners were citizens of Pilot Knob, Ironton, Arcadia, and Fredericktown; imprisoned in the house of H. N. Long; Grigsby was sheriff of Madison County 08-15-1861

Pipkin, Phillip; Emerson, J. W. - Iron Co., Ironton Introduction to Gen. Fisk of William M. Newberry of Fredericktown, and that he is an attorney 11-18-1863

Pipkin, Phillip - Iron Co., Ironton Receipt of notification from Lieut. W. T. Clarke of Mitchell giving up the Pilot Knob Hotel, payments due Mr. Villars for government use of hotel should be sent to Pipkin who holds demand against Villars 01-25-1864

Pipkin, Phillip - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Capt. Peck to Farrar: Pipkin a secessionist; made speeches opposing coercion, advertised as speaker at Secession lovefest at De Soto; subscribes to "Crisis" edited by Sam Medara of Ohio; advocates Vallandigham doctrine; has son in rebel army 05-11-1863

Pipkin, Phillip - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Capt. Peck to Farrar: sending "The Crises" taken from Pipkin, along with note from him; you can judge what kind of "Union man" he is 05-14-1863

Pipkin, Phillip - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Letter from Pipkin to Peck; sends 2 volumes of "The Crisis" and several numbers of the last volume subscribed for; do not destroy them, first contains many important public documents; would like to have them returned ??-??-186?

Pipkin, Phillip - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Writes Fisk that small house on his property occupied by 4 soldiers' wives and 6 - 8 children; are eating and destroying crops, fruit and vegetables; burning rails and loose planks 08-31-1863

Polly, William C.; White, Henry; Ward, [unknown]; Davidson, Thomas; Long, Samuel; Humphrey, [unknown]; Butcher, [unknown] - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Testimony of Samuel Long and John P. Sutherland in relation to attack by Polly and others for horses in August 1861 in Wayne County 11-22-1861

Pooley, Charles T. - Iron Co., Ironton Oath of Allegiance 06-09-1863

Potter, John - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Extract for the roll of prisoners, including Potter from Reynolds County, charged with being a guerrilla 12-31-1863

Powell, James M. - Iron Co., Ironton Affidavit that the summons for Charles Lougeay in the case of Adam Bayer vs. Charles Lougeay has been served, sheriff John Colo 09-26-1860

Price, Joseph - Iron Co., Statement of Lewis Burch that he sold the mare to Price which was taken from him [Price]. 12-18-1863

Price, Joseph - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Letter from Lt. George F. Cracken forwarding the proceedings in the investigation of title to a mare. Cracken does not think the mare is government property and should be returned. Price's name written on back of document. 12-08-1863

Price, Joseph - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Statement of Price that the mule in question is the property of the Pilot Knob Iron Co.,Company, which was taken by rebel raiders. Price describes how he was able to identify the mule. 03-20-186?

Price, Joseph - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Statement of Thomas A. Simpson that he cannot swear to any of the marks on the mare. From its general appearance, he thinks it was the one taken from Price. 12-08-1863

Prince, Peter - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Oath of allegiance and physical description. Notes that Prince is a resident of Randolph County, Arkansas. 02-18-1864

Purcell, C. W. - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Mrs., complaint of ill treatment at the hands of Federal and rebel officers, that her house was robbed of all valuables, including the food, that her husband fought with Gen. Ewing at the fort, and asks for relief, illegible 11-15-1864

Purcell, C. W. - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Mrs., letter to Gen. Rosecrans detailing the problems her husband, Charles Purcell, faced at the hands of his captain, Leeper, who was a rebel but in the Federal army, and Leeper's friend, Mr. Martin 03-03-1864

Purcell, C. W. - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Mrs., Letter to Gen. Rosecrans reporting that her husband, drafted although having a surgeon's certificate of disability, was killed in the late raid, she lost all she had, and the government refuses to give her rations, asks for relief, mostly illegible 12-05-1864

Purcell, C. W. - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Mrs., letter to President Lincoln detailing the experiences her husband had in the militia, naming several female rebel spies and telling how displeased she is with the lack of protection offered by local generals, etc. 07-13-1863

Purcell, Charles H. - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Received of Thomas H. Macklind, 3rd Cavalry, M.S.M., all the papers in the case of Charles W. Purcell against the United States 03-01-1864

Raibles, Christine - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Letter to Col. Farrar detailing how $25 was pressed from her husband by officers of Col. Belle's 13th Illinois Cavalry for "fines," and requests it be returned to her 07-28-1862

Raibles, Christine - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Mrs., complaint of ill treatment of herself and husband by the officers of the 13th Illinois Cavalry under Col. Belle, and wishes to be refunded money that was pressed from her husband by the officers while she was in St. Louis, partial document 07-28-1862

Ranft, J. G. - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Bond, $2000, to sell quinine, calomel, Peruvian bark, opium, patent medicines, wines, liquors, and salt to those with permission to purchase, securities Henry Boss and Fredrich Behrens 12-06-1864

Rasnik, William H. - Iron Co., Ironton Copy of receipt from U.S. Grant for two horses and wagon, to be paid for at $2/day until returned or retained for $125; file notation: courthouse, Cape Girardeau, MO, property taken etc. 08-15-1861

Rasnik, William H. - Iron Co., Ironton Letter to U. S. Grant that quartermaster will not pay for team and wagon; needs money to move family to IL ??-??-186?

Reagan, B. B.; Logan, James M.; Logan, John V. - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Estimate of the damages done to William J. Hancock by theUnited States by cutting timber on his land 11-18-1863

Reed, - Iron Co., Depositions regarding the recovery of Army Blankets from Dr. Reed's Home?

Reed, - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Statement regarding the passing of Price’s Army through Iron Co.,County 10-07-1864

Reed, James - Iron Co., Ironton Letter offering his services as a loyal citizen 09-10-1862

Reed, Joseph - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Oath of Allegiance, different person than Oath of 11-3-63 05-11-1864

Reed, Joseph - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Oath of Allegiance, Reed a residence of Randolph Co. Arkansas 11-03-1863

Reed, Samuel B. - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Statement in the case against John Chitty 05-19-1865

Reed, William - Iron Co., Pilot Knob On report of prisoners who died at Pilot Knob. Oregon County citizen 01-31-1864

Reible, Christine - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Complaints about her and husband’s treatment by U.S. officers 06-12-1862

Reid, James - Iron Co., Ironton Letter from Reid accusing soldiers of conspiring with Tim Reeves 05-20-1864

Reid, James - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Series of statements relative to his activities at Pilot Knob 12-15-1864

Reutschman, Bernan - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Merchants Bond $2000 12-05-1864

Rice, Nelson - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Pvt, Co. A, 7th Kansas Cavalry, statement that he and Isaac Buckley, while at the house of Permelia Long, shot at William Long and his brother Samuel Long, wounding one of them, but they escaped 05-09-1865

Richter, Andrew - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Merchant, bond, $2000, to sell quinine, calomel, Peruvian bark, opium, medicines, liquor, and salt to those with a permit, securities William Deneke and Henry Detmar 11-26-1864

Roan, [unknown]; Hildenbrand, [unknown]; Glandosky, [unknown] - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Detachment of 60 men sent to St. Francois County under command of Captain Flentee to make arrests. Three leading marauders of the county were killed. 07-12-1862

Roberts, Robert - Iron Co., Pilot Knob States that Riley Huddleston belonged to a gang of guerrillas 07-14-1861

Roberts, Robert - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Wiliam M. Wilhart states that he was present when Mr. Roberts and George Myers were arrested, that both men had revolvers, and that Mr. Roberts was dressed in a Federal uniform 07-14-1861

Robinson, J. M. - Iron Co., Ironton J. H. Vail, attorney of Mr. Robinson, asks to be sent a blank
copy of his bond or be told when he should come to St. Louis 12-14-1864

Roden and Weiss; Peck, Irwin and Company; Armstrong, William L.; Dalton, Thomas T.; Schaeffer, John; Schaeffer, Jacob; Helwig, Charles; Schaeffer, Ferdinand - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Outstanding debts to military. 01-11-1865

Rodick, F. - Iron Co., Ironton Bond ($2000) to keep quinine, calomel, opium, medicines, wines and liquors, and salt for sale 12-15-1864

Roeslin, Charles - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Bond ($2000) to keep quinine, calomel, Peruvian bark, opium and its compounds, patent medicines, wines and liquors, and salt for sale 12-09-1864

Roop, Osacar W. - Iron Co., Oath of allegiance 03-21-1862

Roop, Oscar - Iron Co., Oath of allegiance 03-21-1862

Ross, William - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Carroll R. Peck asks for a copy of the bond of Mr. Ross which is now forfeited 05-13-1863

Ross, William - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Carroll R. Peck sends evidence against Mr. Ross 06-11-1863

Ross, William S. - Iron Co., Oath of alllegiance 11-13-1862

Russell, Henry P. - Iron Co., Ironton Asks that a mare taken from him be returned 11-11-1864

Russell, J. H. - Iron Co., Belleview Township Claims for property taken by U.S. troops; supporting statements from E. J. Russell and Moses Thomas 10-02-1861

Russell, John - Iron Co., Charges and specifications against him, charged with violation of the laws of war ?

Ruth, George - Iron Co., Arrested for selling stolen government horses; posted $1500 bond 07/13/1863

Sandford, Thomas B. - Iron Co., Attorney, petition in circuit case Adam Bayer vs. Charles Lougeay to give an indenture for land the force and effect of a mortgage deed and pass judgment on a debt of $300 09-01-1860

Savage, Anthony - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Margaret A Mipen states that she rented a piece of land to Mr. Savage and that he has violated every part of their agreement causing severe damage to her farm 05-12-1865

Schmitz, F. - Iron Co., Ironton Found guilty of selling liquor to soldiers and fined $25 12-23-1861

Schmitz, Ferdinand - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Bond ($2000) to sell fire arms and ammunition 01-17-1865

Schmitz, Ferdinand - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Permit to keep quinine, calomel, Peruvian bark, opium and its compounds, patent medicines, wines and liquors, and salt for sale 12-07-1864

Schmitz, Ferdinand - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Permit to sell fire arms and ammunition 01-18-1865

Schritchfield, John - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Statement that he believes James Holt of the Brewington farm in Madison County took a bellows, an anvil, and a wagon cover from the government 03-24-1865

Schultz, Louis - Iron Co., Ironton Bond ($2000) to keep quinine, calomel, Peruvian bark, opium and its compounds, patent medicines, wines and liquors, and salt for sale 12-01-1864

Scott, John - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Sworn statement 12-24-1864

Settle, Edward D. - Iron Co., Ironton Bond ($2000) to keep quinine, calomel, Peruvian bark, opium and its compounds, patent medicines, wines and liquors, and salt for sale 05-25-1865

Shaeht, T. George; Moehle, Wolbrath; Heinrichs, C.; Paty, Henry; Licht, Griedrich; Hehnee, Loenz; Hmil, Wilhelm; Bowers, John; Langly, A. - Iron Co., Petition that Frank Stanecke, whose saloon was closed, fought at the fort until wounded, that the wound keeps him from supporting his family of six children 02-24-1865

Shannon, Henry - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Bond, $1000, arrested for disloyalty, securities James L. McKamey and L. L. Dail, citizen of Lawrence County, Arkansas 10-01-1863

Shannon, Henry - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Oath of Allegiance, physical description included, citizen of Lawrence County, Arkansas 10-01-1863

Shannon, William H. - Iron Co., Oath of allegiance and description 09-28-1863

Shannon, William H. - Iron Co., Oath of Allegiance, physical description included, witness W. C. Kellog,
3rd Colorado Infantry 09-28-1863

Sharp, Justis R. - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Bond, $1000, arrested for disloyalty, citizen of Lawrence County, Arkansas, securities James Adese, William M. Serhay, W. J. Locke, John Burchield, and John Anderson 10-23-1863

Sharp, Justis R. - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Oath of Allegiance, citizen of Lawrence County, Arkansas, physical description included, witness S. S. Van Siekel, Co. K, 3rd M.S.M. 10-23-1863

Shattuck, W. C. - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Statement of quantity of contraband articles for which permits were granted by Lt. Shattrick. Amounts of salt, whiskey, quinine, morphine, cards, shot, powder, caps and calomel, are listed by county. Both Missouri and Arkansas counties listed. 05-31-1865

Shattuck, W. C. - Iron Co., Pilot Knob List of prisoners sent to St. Louis, including James Bess of Reynolds County, arrested for stealing goods during the raid and harboring jayhawkers 05-09-1865

Shattuck, W. C. - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Receipt of prisoner Anderson Brown 05-18-1865

Shelton, Raleigh - Iron Co., $2,000 bond; arrested for being a rebel; limited to Wayne and Iron
Counties 09-19-186?

Shepherd, Americus T. - Iron Co., Capt. Peck to Col Farrar, transmitting Shepherd's bond and requesting
receipt 09-18-1863

Shepherd, Americus T. - Iron Co., Oath 04-30-1863

Shepherd, Bilbe - Iron Co., Ironton Oath 06-06-1863

Sheppard, Mahulda - Iron Co., Affidavit that counterpane belongs to Mrs. Savage; Sheppard lived with Mrs. Savage last winter for 3 months 03-13-1865

Shield, James A. - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Statement that Nathaniel Bennett was a guerrilla ? 12-29-1864

Shyles, [unknown]; Lamphler, Felix; Braden, Daniel; Cook, George; Cook, James M.; Duncan, Richard - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Suggested plan for apprehending listed fugitives. 01-24-1865

Simmons, Porter - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Citizen of Butler County, statement that he was a teamster for Col. White's Regiment in the rebel army, but has remained home since then, hasn’t taken the oath, was arrested at home 06-06-1864

Slavouer, M ? - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Statement that letters written to John R. Downing, deserter, from his sister Rhoda and mother, advise him to desert the Federal army 05-20-1863

Sloan, Alexander N. - Iron Co., Belleview Claims for property taken by U.S. troops; supporting statement
from William D. Huff 10-09-1861

Smith, Henry - Iron Co., Oath of Allegiance 04-20-1863

Smith, William A. - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Oath of allegiance and physical description. Notes Smith
resides in Oregon Co, MO. 11-12-1863

Sonergan, P. F. - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Report regarding the closing of the saloon belonging to Frank Stanecke, blacksmith, that his securities asked to be released from his bond as he was keeping a house of ill fame; claims soldiers traded blankets and clothing for beer 02-28-1865

Sprewill, John T. - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Oath of allegiance and physical description. Sprewill is noted as being a resident of Lawrence County, Arkansas. 10-14-1863

Staggs, George - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Statement of his involvement in discovery of body of Daniel Beal, murdered by soldiers 06-13-1865

Stanecke, Frank - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Bond to sell quinine, calomel, Peruvian bark, opium, patent medicines, liquor and salt to those with permits, securities B. Rutchison and F. G. Ranft, witness J. W. McRoberts 12-17-1864

Stanecke, Frank - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Request of Gen. Dodge that his saloon be reopened 02-24-1865

Stephenson, Anderson - Iron Co., Oath of Allegiance, witness Joshua McUnger 08-06-1862

Stewart, Reuben H.; Williams, William E.; Hunter, Thomas; Burgess, A. F.; Laughborough, Jonathan; Rogers, F. G.; Hiatt, William; Tiner, John; Prentiss, Charles; Moore, James; Harper, Robert; Love, W. P.; Richardson, Thomas C.; Grant, Thomas B.; etal - Iron Co., Recommendations for release or retention of 78 men held at St. Louis Arsenal, Fifth Street Military Prison, and McDowell's College; men from 31 Missouri counties 01-29-1862

Stone, Joseph - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Statement that six men, all but one dressed in Federal uniforms, took him prisoner while he was in the brush looking for cattle, they marched for a while and the men split, leaving three watching him, and he escaped when they fell asleep 05-31-1865

Stone, Joseph; Carrick, Jacob B.; Witworth, James; Arnold, Robert; Boggs, John; Jones, A. C.; Grass, John; Means, James M.; Wadlow, James; and others - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Monthly reports for month of June. Transcript of record book. Report of contraband property. Report of prisoners on hand and sent to St. Louis. Report of oaths given. 06-30-1865

Stout, James - Iron Co., Charges and specifications against him, charged with the murder of Jacob Woolford ?

Stout, James; Parks, A. J.; McClurg, [?] - Iron Co., Ironton Document from C. R. Peck that he has the statement of the "gang" showing that Stout and McClurg murdered Woolford. Peck notes the men were sentenced to death, but that McClurg escaped. Peck states that Parks is a bad man and should be held. ??-??-1863

Stout, James; Parks, A. J.; McClurg, [?] - Iron Co., Ironton Letter from James Lindsay to R. Peck enclosing papers in the cases of Stout and Parks. Asks Peck to report on the cases since they were likely before him while Peck was Assistant Provost Marshal. 08-17-????

Stout, James; Parks, A. J.; McClurg, [?] - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Letter from Brig. Gen. Clinton B. Fisk stating that Stout was found guilty of the murder of Woolford and was sentenced to death. Fisk notes that he will "catch the rascal" if he is found in his district and forward him for further punishment. 09-04-1863

Strickland, Able - Iron Co., Oath of allegiance 04-04-1863

Sturgeon, T ? - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Letter accompanying special orders regarding the banishment of Mary Duncan beyond military lines. Orders the sub-district commander to provide a guard for her while she disposes of her property. 03-13-1865

Sumpter, Urban - Iron Co., Letter from A. J. Carty difficult to decipher. Carty writes of how Sumpter is a Union man who was formerly in the Home Guard. Notes that three loyal Union men wish to testify that Sumpter was a Union man. 11-07-1862

Sumpter, Urban - Iron Co., Note stating that Sumpter was arrested two months before for being in a rebel camp. No evidence was reported. N. D.

Sumpter, Urban - Iron Co., Notice that Edward Henderson, Charles Henderson, Eliza Hensen, and James Strictlin all state that Sumpter is a good and loyal citizen. 09-17-1862

Sumpter, Urban - Iron Co., Notice that John Strictlin states he was present when Sumpter was arrested as a Union prisoner by Southern soldiers. 09-17-1862

Sumpter, Urban - Iron Co., Statement of Henry Sumpter and John Streetlen that they have always been loyal citizens. They claim that U. Sumpter was a loyal citizen who was taken by Southern men as a Union prisoner. N. D.

Sumpter, Urban - Iron Co., Statements of William Davis, Joseph Strictlen and William D. Strictlen that Sumpter is a Union man and loyal to the U. S. Constitution. N. D.

Sumpter, Urban - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Letter from John V. Logan stating that Sumpter had been taken prisoner by the rebels. He escaped the rebel camp when it was attacked by Col. Melcher. When he tried to get his horse back, Melcher sent him to St. Louis without an investigation. 11-11-1862

Sumpter, Urban - Iron Co., Notice that George Sellers and James K. Falkner have appeared and stated that Sumpter has always been a good and loyal citizen and was a member of the Home Guard. 09-17-1862

Sutton, John - Iron Co., Oath of allegiance 02-??-1862

Sutton, Nathan - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Statement of Sutton that he was taken prisoner by two rebels and was turned over to Hugh Johnson, who was raising a rebel company in Madison County. Sutton names the men that he saw in the company. 10-10-1864

Swaringin, George - Iron Co., Oath of allegiance 07-08-1862

Sweeney, Edward - Iron Co., Statement of Sweeney that he was captured and arrested in June 1864 and has not taken the oath. Claims that he was in Col. White's camp for two days when he went to retrieve a horse which was taken from his brother. 06-07-1864

Sweeney, Edward - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Statement of Joseph Boggs that he knows Sweeney, of Dent County, MO. Boggs has seen Sweeney recruiting men for the Confederate Army. Boggs is noted as being a resident of St. Francois County, MO. 06-11-1864

Sweeney, Edward - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Statement of Thomas B. Bounds that while a prisoner, he saw Sweeney in a rebel camp. Also saw that Sweeney was riding a horse belonging to Nelson Adams after Adams lost the horse. States Sweeney never joined Confederate Army, just began stealing horses. 06-07-1864

Taylor, Christopher C. - Iron Co., Oath of Loyalty 02-28-1862

Tetley, George J. - Iron Co., Ironton Bond of $2,000 05-11-1865

Thomas, J. S. W. - Iron Co., Letter from Gratiot St. Prison requesting trial; has been in prison 9 weeks 12-??-1862

Thomason, L. - Iron Co., Ironton Bond in the amount of $2,000 12-07-1864

Thompson, Mary - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Sworn statement about Martin Foster 12-05-1864

Thompson, William P. - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Statement in the case of Dinning 05-18-1865

Thompson, Wm. B - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Sworn statement about Abraham Keith 05-18-1865

Tiller, Frank - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Partially legible statement of Pvt. George M. Bruner concerning men in a house with the contents of a trunk, who said they'd found some jewelry 11-14-1864

Tiller, Frank - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Partially legible statement of teamster James K. Norton concerning Tiller going towards a house; did not know what he was going to do with the sack or what was in it 11-14-1864

Tong, Hiram N.; Carson, David; Boyce, William S.; Patterson, [unknown] - Iron Co., Ironton Letter asking if headquarters in St. Louis has charges against men; Tong and Carson from Ironton; Boyce and Patterson from Valley Forge 05-30-1862

Tong, William - Iron Co., Oath of Allegiance 06-08-1862

Tong, Carson - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Letter from Col. J. W. Bell that he arrested Tong and Carson, merchants, upon the authority of Col. Carlin. The merchants are being forwarded to St. Louis. Approximately $6,000 worth of merchandise was seized along with money and state warrants. 03-26-1862

Tong, Carson - Iron Co., Ironton Letter from W. P. Carlin calling for the arrest of Tong and Carson. States the merchants have been informing rebels of the movements of Federal troops in the area. Notes Carson has reputation of a Union man, but info came from rebel sources. 03-22-1862

Tripp, Joseph - Iron Co., "Accuses Mann of harboring bushwhackers, esp. "one Copeland" 12-12-1862

Trollinger, Samuel - Iron Co., Statement of Elihu H. Shepard that he has seen Trollinger three times with the Confederate Army and other times with men referred to as guerrillas. Trollinger was with men who stole from Shepard and threatened the life of Josiah Morgan. ??-08-1864

Trollinger, Samuel - Iron Co., Statement of William H. Webb detailing how he was with Trollinger and others in October 1861. He thought they were going for whiskey, but ended up picking up a Union man named Josiah Morgan. Webb was threatened when he tried to leave; Morgan was killed. 12-19-1862

Tucker, [?]; Condra, [?], Bratcher, [?] - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Document almost entirely illegible. File notation states Tucker et al and other notorious guerrillas are very bad men. The document states the men are stealing women's and children's clothing. 10-27-1863

Tucker, George - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Semi-monthly report of prisoners who died at Pilot Knob. Tucker, who was captured in Ripley County, MO, died January 14, 1864. Tucker is buried in the Ironton burying ground. Duplicate follows. 02-29-1864

Tucker, James - Iron Co., Ironton Letter from Capt. C. W. Noell to Col. E. B. Alexander enclosing a communication of Thomas Hoors(?) in regards to Tucker, a rebel. Requests instructions on how to proceed, noting the peculiar nature of the case. 09-07-1863

Turner, Geo. J. - Iron Co., Ironton omplaint against Charles Cleveland's saloon 02-15-1865

Turner, Geo. J. - Iron Co., Ironton Forwarding the Testimony of Charles Cleveland 02-17-1865

Tuttle, Ethel - Iron Co., Ironton Dr. Isaac Cole, in a letter to Provost Marshal in St. Louis, asks if Mr. Ethel Tuttle, a prisoner there, is dead, as reported; requests that he be informed of facts; if Tuttle is dead wants any goods 11-04-1862

Vail, James H. - Iron Co., Ironton Asking Frederick Dettmar be released (writing on behalf of Mrs. Dettmar) 02-25-1864

Vail, James H. - Iron Co., Ironton Attorney, letter to Gen. Fisk regarding Frank Stanecke of Pilot Knob and his request for the return of a voucher of $59.50 given for his release, as he feels he has redeemed his good character and sobriety with hard work at the forge 03-02-1864

Vall, J. H. - Iron Co., Ironton Letter to Col. Baker regarding disposition of the case of James Bess, recommends he be tried by Military Court as the grand jury could only indict him on petit larceny, for which he would get a few months in the county jail 05-30-1865

Vance, Andrew J. - Iron Co., Ironton Oath of Allegiance 02-18-1862

Vineyard, Michael - Iron Co., Oath of Allegiance 2-24-1863

Waldlow, William; Long, Thomas; Gardner, Samuel; Eves, Albert; Horvis, Caleb; McMurray, William; English, Thomas; Kerlock, David; Sutherland, Philip; and others - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Transcript of record book for the month of May. 17 pages.
06-01-1865

Walker, Samuel J. - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Oath of allegiance and physical description of Walker, resident of Lawrence County, Arkansas. 10-23-1863

Wallace, Catherine -Iron Co., Sworn statement of Mrs. McMurray that Catherine Wallace has a son (Jacob) reported to be a bushwhacker; was with the gang that robbed Mrs. McMurray's house 06-16-1864

Wallace, David -Iron Co., Charged with being a guerrilla and horse thief; Military Commission finds him guilty; recommends he be held until March 1, 1863, then released upon oath and bond of $1,000 12-05-1862

Wallace, David -Iron Co., Statement that he was with White about 20 days and was at home on furlough when he was arrested; does not care to be exchanged; has never taken the oath 12-26-1862

Wallace, David - Iron Co., Ironton Thomas MacKlorine, Provost Marshal, states that Wallace is charged with being a horse thief and rebel and that he should be held until the close of the war; acquiring specific charges 10-17-1862

Watts, Reuben; Watts, Green; Watts, William; Bess, Davis; Whitener, George C.; Myer, David; Monser, Absolom; Monser, Alford; Monser, Francis; Kelley, George; Cook, Jacob; Cook, George; Bess, Albert; Whitener, John; Whitener, Elijah etal - Iron Co., Ironton Letter from James Reed to Col. Broadhead enclosing a list of people who have paid fees for exemption to both Mr. Lindsey and Dr. Griffith. List with 28 names and the amounts they paid follows. Top of the list notes, "Madison County, MO." 11-05-1863

Weber, John - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Oath of Allegiance ?-?-186?

White, Carroll - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Statement by John Harris regarding cattle he sold to White; explains that some returned to his place; states that four head of stray cattle were at his place 11-21-1864

White, Presley; Potter, John; Morris, D. - Iron Co., Pilot Knob List of prisoners sent from Pilot Knob to St. Louis, MO. 11-??-1863

Whitworth, J. C. - Iron Co., Ironton Bond ($2000) to keep quinine, calomel, Peruvian bark, opium, medicines, wines and liquors, and salt for sale 12-01-1864

Wommack, Richard - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Statement of Laura Stolbert in the case of Mr. Wommack 06-19-1865

Woodson, P. G. - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Letter by Col. Woodson, 3rd Cavalry M.S.M., to General Clayton B. Fisk, transmittal of Capt. Leeper's list of prisoners, request to send prisoners to St. Louis as they are in danger of escaping; Capt. L. Carries animosity towards political enemies 01-01-1864

Wright, A. - Iron Co., Pilot Knob List and classification of tenement houses rented to him for destitute refugees and persons of contraband, including the name of the owner or agent, who occupies it, rent amount, and general location in Pilot Knob 03-07-1864

Wright, A. - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Report of rooms and houses rented to government employees and soldiers' families including some names, professions, rent, and location of dwelling in Pilot Knob 03-01-1864

Wright, A. - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Report to Gen. Fisk regarding the actions of the committee on rent for refugees, Mr. Ditmyer, problems with Germans, prejudice against "Americans of African descent," and how the Freedman's Bureau should be formed 03-07-1864

Wurst, Philip - Iron Co., Pilot Knob Oath of allegiance 03-29-1862


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