The County sites are back up. And here I was thinking no one ever uses them since Monica and Justin are the only contributors. But lo and behold, they are out there. Who knew.

The underlying problem hasn't been resolved. So if you find dead links or things that don't work, just use the back button.

This information was extracted from the index under preparation by the Missouri State Archives of the Union Provost Marshal Papers: 1861-1866. The entries relate in some way to Confederate sympathies among the citizens of Taney county. For full detail on this in-process project and the papers being indexed, see the Missouri Provost Marshal Database.

Name City Subject Date Reel
Ball, James Testimony that Elijah Majors harrassed a loyal Union man 05-19-1862 F 1366
Barker, Thomas Statement of innocence 07-14-1862 F 1183
Barker, Thomas Arrested for aiding enemy, set free, but not allowed to leave 07-16-1862 F 1183
Barker, Thomas Oath of Allegiance 07-16-1862 F 1183
Barnett, James Oath of Allegiance with no witnesses F 1224
Bradley, George Oath of allegiance and other papers were taken from him 07-15-1862 F 1139
Day, Madison Forsyth Alfred Bolin is a highway robber and murderer 02-02-1863 F 1226
Dickenson, George W Oath of Allegiance 07-19-1862 F 1301
F., William L. Forsyth Items that may have been taken by U.S. soldiers 03-04-1865 F 1187
Gibson, Spencer Oath of Loyalty 07-15-1862 F 1325
Gibson, Spencer Forsyth Bond of $1,000 07-15-1862 F 1325
Jackson, Samuel Forsyth Apprehended in bed with a southern officer! 11-8-1862 F 1477
Kissee, Peter Parole 11-29-1862 F 1152
Major, John Point Lookout Pass to visit Pa. to obtain votes. 11-07-1864 F 1366
Majors, Elijah Forsyth Charge of Elijah Major's disloyalty 06-07-1862 F 1366
Mosely, John Bond of $1,000 07-15-1862 F 1203
Parks, B. F. Charge of theft against Elijah Majors 05-19-1862 F 1366
Reed, William Statement regards his bushwhacking activities 05-12-1862 F 1205
Taylor, Thomas R. Bond of $2,000 08-05-1862 F 1402
Taylor, Thomas R. Oath of Loyalty 08-05-1862 F 1402
Thixton, Richard Parole 04-20-1863 F 1403