Jury Records- Military Extractions

Book #105 III-A-R, Jefferson Co, MO History Center, Hillsboro, MO

Transcribed by Carole Goggin

 

 

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To Whom it may concern:

Know ye, that

George Staitzel, a Private of Captain Matthias Newmen [sic] Company (C) Con Bat 31 and 33 regiments of Missouri Infantry Volunteers who was enrolled on the Eleventh day of August one thousand eight hundred and Sixty two to serve three years or during the war, is hereby discharged from the service of the United States, this thirteenth day of June 1865 at Washington City, C. D. by reason of Expiration of Service (No objection to his being re-enlisted is known to exist) Said George Staitzel was born in the State of Saxony, is Twenty Four years of age, Five feet Five inches high, Dark complexion , Hazel eyes, dark hair and by occupation when enrolled, a Carpenter. Given at Washington D. C. this thirteenth day of June 1865.

Metthias Nenners (Newman??)

Captain Commanding the Co.

Wm. S. Alexander

Capt 30 Iowa Infty and

A C M1 Div, 15 A.C

 

Filed and Recorded Decr 5, 1865 Samuel A. Reppy Clerk

 

 

 

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To All Whom it may Concern:

Know Ye, that

William F. Kropp, a private of Captain John Creagans (??) Company (I) 22nd regiment of Ohio, Infantry Volunteers, who was enrolled on the second day of September one thousand Eight hundred and sixty and to serve three years or during the war is hereby Discharged from the service of the United States, this second day of January 1864, at Bayou Metre Arkansas by reason of reenlistment as a veteran volunteer (No objections to his being re-enlisted is known to exist*) said William F. Kropp was born in Jefferson in the state of Missouri is Ninteen years of age, Five feet Eight inches high, Light complexion, Grey eyes, Light hair, and by occupation, when enrolled, a farmer. Given at Bayou Metre, Ark. this second day of January 1864.

John Buxton

Commanding the Co

F. H. Wilson 1st Leiut.

3 US Cavly C. M 7th AC

 

Filed and Recorded January 22 1866 Samuel A. Reppy Recorder

 

 

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To All to whom it may Concern;

Know, Ye, That

William F. Kropp, a private of Captain John Creagans Company (A) 22d Regiment of Ohio Infty veteran volunteers, who was enrolled on the third day of January one thousand eight hundred and sixty four to serve three years or during the war, is hereby discharged from the service of the United States this twenty eighth day of August 1865, at Little Rock Arkansas of reason of Circular (Bfo?) 30 of 1865 War Dept A.G.O. (no objection to his being re-enlisted is known to exist). Said William F. Kropp was born in Jefferson County in the State of Missouri, is twenty years of age, Five feet eight inches high, Light complexion, Gray eyes, Light hair and by occupation when enrolled, a farmer, given at Little Rock Ark, this twenty eight day of August 1865.

 

William Kramme

2nd Lieut Co A 22nd Ohio Infty G. B. Burrin

Bet. Vols Commanding Capt and Asst Compy Musters 3 division 7th AC

 

Filed and recorded January 22, 1866 Samuel A. Reppy, Recorder

 

 

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To All Whom it May Concern;

Know Ye that Charles H. Bickford, a Private of Captain Valentine Presitts Company (M) Det. Regiment of Missouri Cavalry Volunteers who was enrolled on the first day of August One thousand eight hundred and sixty one to serve three years or during the war, is hereby Discharged from the service of the United States, this 20th day of August 1864, at St. Louis Missouri by reason of expiration of term of service. (No objection to his being re-enlisted is known to exist)) Said Charles H. Bickford was born in Belgrade in the State of Maine, is 26 years of age, 5 feet 81/2 inches high, dark complexion brown eyes, brown hair and by occupation when enrolled a Farmer. Given at St. Louis MO this 25th day of August 1864.

Wm. S. Hallock, Commanding the Regt 2 Lt 1st Cav Mo Vols

 

Jas H. Burnett, Asst Comy of Musters

1st Lt Co G 1st Cav Mo Vols

Comdg Detcht

 

Filed and Recorded May 21st A.D. 1866 Samuel Reppy Recorder

 

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To all Whom it may concern:

Know Ye that Marmaduke Cantrell, a private of Captain William Brantners Company (F) 18th Regiment of Missouri Infantry vet Volunteers who was enrolled on the twenty seventh day of December One thousand Eight hundred and Sixty four to serve one year or during the war, is hereby discharged from the service of the United States this eighteenth day of July 1865 at Louisville, Kentucky by reason on existing orders from the W[ar] Department dated June 22, 65.

(No objection to his being re=enlisted is known to exist). Said Marmaduke Cantrell was in born in _________ in the State of Missouri, is twenty two years of age, five feet seven 1/2 inches high, fair complexion, blue eyes, brown hair, and by occupation when enrolled a miner. Given at Louisville, this eighteenth day of July 1865.

Elias Perry

Wm W. Carr

2nd Lieut 18th Mo

Capt 10th Ills. Inftry

Vet. Vol. Comdg Company A.C. M.

1st Div. 17th A. C.

 

Oath of Identity

Marmaduke Cantrell of the town of _______________ of the County of Jefferson in the State of Missouri, on this 22nd day of June in the year one thousand eight hundred and Sixty Six, personally appeared before me the undersigned, a Justice of the Peace, for the County and State afore mentioned, Marmaduke Cantrell who being duly sworn according to law declares that he is the identical person who was private in the company commanded by Captain William Brantner in the Regiment 18 Commanded by Col. Shelton, that he outlisted on the 27day of December, 1864 for the term of one year and was discharged at Louisville, Kentucky on the 18 day of July 1865 by reason of Existing orders. Marmaduke Cantrell

Sworn and subscribed to me before me the day and year above written.

James S. Williams J.P.

 

I certify that James S. Williams before whom the above affidavit purports to have been made is a Justice of the Peace duly authorized to administer oaths and that the above is his signature. In witness. whereof I have hereunto set my hand and affixed my official seal this 2 day of July in the year 1866 at Hillsboro in the State of Missouri.

R. W. McMullin

Clerk of the County Court

Filed and Recorded July 2 1866 Samuel A. Reppy Recorder