Missouri’s Union Provost Marshall Papers, 1861-1866

Missouri State Archives

Missouri’s Union Provost Marshal Papers:

1861 – 1866

Name County City Subject Date Reel Number Frame Number File Number
Ware, Addison Saint Louis St. Louis Oath of Allegiance 10-19-1861 F1277
Ware, Addison Saint Louis St. Louis Oath of Allegiance (Secretary, Iron Mountain Railroad) 02-17-1862 F1277
Ware, E. H. Benton Warsaw Oath of Allegiance; description 05-30-1862 F1277
Ware, F. S. Phelps Rolla Oath of Allegiance 03-11-1864 F1277
Ware, Fleming; Bibb, Elizabeth Randolph Recruiting Station: Macon F1895.5 39
Ware, J. J. Phelps Rolla Richard Dodd arrested while driving salt, shoes, and other articles south F1302
Ware, J. J. Phelps Rolla Statement that Richard Saunders of Arkansas brought a bale of cotton to his store for shipment to St. Louis, that it was seized by the Provost Marshal, that Saunders is Union 04-15-1863 F1258
Ware, James Atchison Examination of Edwin Brown who states that Ware did not hurrah for Jeff Davis; Brown was with him as they passed Catharine Martin’s house; Brown states he was the person who hurrahed for Jeff Davis 03-03-1863 F1277
Ware, James Atchison Examination of witness Catharine Martin in the case of James Ware arrested for alleged disloyal expressions; states on March 1, 1863, Ware uttered “Hurrah for Jeff Davis” while passing her house 03-03-1863 F1277
Ware, James Saint Louis St. Louis Four-page letter to Dr. Ware in Tennessee regarding war activities; southern sympathizer; last portion missing so no signature included; letter sent from St. Louis 01-28-1863 F1277
Ware, John Greene Springfield Special Order releasing John Ware on parole; will report daily 05-30-1863 F1277
Ware, Joseph Scott Oath of Allegiance 01-22-1864 F1277
Ware, Malchier C. Scott Oath of Allegiance 01-22-1864 F1277
Ware, Naomi Cooper Otterville Oath of Allegiance 06-15-1865 F1277
Ware, Oliver G. Greene Springfield Statement of Ware, Polk County, regarding his attempts to go south; became sick and returned home where he was arrested; was holding shotgun for self-defense when arrested 12-08-1862 F1277
Ware, Robert D. Saint Louis St. Louis Capt. Woods states that upon satisfactory evidence, Ware was paid for one year’s service as teamster; states that a great part of said time he was held prisoner by the enemy 01-13-1865 F1277
Ware, W. E. Saint Louis St. Louis Voluntary Statement of Prisoner Leroy Ham, citizen of Lawrence County, Tennessee, arrested for being a conscripted soldier, recommendation of release on oath and enrollement 03-24-1863 F1337
Ware, William E. Saint Louis St. Louis Examination of Jesse Ragan, statement of V. G. Latham, that Ragan refused to enroll and is suspected of joining a band of horse thieves and guerrillas led by William Morrison, in Maries County, recommend he be released on bond and enrollment 03-25-1863 F1389
Ware, William E. Saint Louis St. Louis Examination of Junius B. Stith of Carroll County, prisoner at Gratiot Street Prison for being a private with Capt. Davis, a rebel company, recommend he be released upon taking the oath and enrolling 02-28-1863 F1270
Ware, William E. Saint Louis St. Louis Examination of William J. Ham of Lawrence County, Tennessee, prisoner at Gratiot Street Prison, arrested for being a conscripted Confederate soldier, recommendation he take the oath 04-15-1863 F1337
Ware, William E. Saint Louis St. Louis Statement of John McKinney, citizen of Carter County, arrested for having been in the rebel army, prisoner at Myrtle Street Prison, recommends he be banished to a free state north of Indiana 01-30-1863 F1200
Ware, William; Ware, James Pettis Recruiting Station: Tipton F1896.11 88

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