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Box 1663  
Folder 1 Undated Documents  
Item 1 Receipt for [livestock rations].  Undated
Item 2 Receipt to J.M. Williams from W.R.R. Leuman[?], 1st Lt. 2nd Co. Missouri State Militia and Assistant Acting Quartermaster.  Undated
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Folder 2 1861 Document  
Item 1 Pass for J.H. Burroughs, Adjutant of the Home Guard.  1861 Jul 11
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Folder 3 1862 Documents  
Item 1 Special Orders No. 3 from Capt. F.W. Fuchs, commander of the post, Cape Girardeau.  1862 Aug 14
Item 2 Special Orders No. 1 from Jas. Peckham, Lt. Col., 29th Missouri Volunteer Infantry.  1862 Sep 14
Item 3 Orders from Lieutenant Colonel G.C. Thilenius, commanding Enrolled Missouri Militia.  1862 Nov 8
Item 4 General Orders No. 1 from G.A. Eberhart, Maj., 32nd Iowa Volunteer Infantry.  1862 Dec 1
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Folder 4 1863 Jan-Apr  
Item 1 Invoice from Captain J.H. Burrough, Quartermaster, 56th Regiment Enrolled Missouri Militia.  1863 Jan 15
Item 2 Abstract of Expenditures by Captain J. H. Burrough, Provost Marshal, Cape Girardeau, for the month ending February 1863.  1863 Mar 1
Item 3-4 Abstract of Expenditures by Captain J. H. Burrough, Provost Marshal, Cape Girardeau, for the month ending 31 March 1863.  1863 Mar 31
Item 5 General Orders No. 1 from Brigadier General John McNeil announcing his command of the Post at Cape Girardeau.  . 1863 Apr 24
Item 6 Special Orders No. 4 from Brigadier General John McNeil regarding the detachment of the 32nd Iowa Infantry as Provost Marshal Guard at Subdistrict Headquarters, Cape Girardeau. 1863 Apr 24
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General Orders No. 1 from Lt. Colonel H. Pomeroy announcing his command of the Post at Cape Girardeau.  1863 Apr 25
Item 8  General Orders No. [blank] from Brigadier General John McNeil regarding the evacuation of non-combatants from Cape Girardeau.  1863 Apr 25
Item 9 Order to the Provost Marshal from Lt. Colonel H. Pomeroy regarding reinforcements.  1863 Apr 26
Item 10 General Orders No. 9 from Brigadier General John McNeil ordering the removal of cash to the Illinois side of the Mississippi River.  1863 Apr 26
Item 11 Statement from J.D. [Spohr], CSA telling of Mr. [Spohr's] surrender and identifying southern sympathizers in the area.  1863 Apr 30
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Folder 5  May 1863 Documents   
Item 1  Special Orders No. 97 from Mr. Davidson, Brig. Gen. outlining troops under McNeils command.  1863 May 1
Item 2 General Orders No. 11 from John McNeil, Brig. Gen. detailing command authority around Cape Girardeau and of the 2nd Division. 1863 May 7
Item 3 General Orders No. 12 from John McNeil, Brig. Gen. commanding the turning over of mules, horses, and arms taken from the enemy and civilians to the Quartermasters Department. 1863 May 7
Item 4 Special Orders No. 18 from H. Pomeroy, Lt. Col. commanding the execution of McNeils General Orders No. 12 of May 7, 1863. 1863 May 7
Item 5 General Orders No. 13 from John McNeil, Brig. Gen. brigading assigned units together and assigning brigade commanders. 1863 May 7
Item 6 Special Orders No. 12 from John McNeil, Brig. Gen. relieving the old and appointing the new Assistant Adjutant General. 1863 May 8
Item 7 Order to J.H. Burrough, Capt. from W.H. McLaw [?], Col. Commanding 56th EMM, restricting passage through the lines of all men of military age unless they are in the military. 1863 May 8
Item 8 General Orders No. 6 from H. Pomeroy, Lt. Col. Commanding Post, in two parts; 1st reminding officers not to allow the destruction of fences for firewood, 2nd reminding officers that the enlisted men are not allowed in town.  1863 May 8
Item 9 Legal Statement from Joseph Holt recalling the illegal purchase of whiskey.  1863 May 9
Item 10-12 Special Orders No. 22 from H. Pomeroy, Lt. Col. Commanding Post, stipulating that no boat will move at night without authorization and that all boats are to be destroyed except those owned by men of noted loyalty, (3 copies.)  1863 May 9
Item 13 Special Orders No. 16 from John McNeil, Brig. Gen. instructing J.H. Burrough to collect all able bodied negroes, exceptions withstanding, and deliver them to the assistant engineer. 1863 May 12
Item 14 General Orders No. 17 from John McNeil, Brig. Gen. concerning slovenly behavior of soldiers while on Guard Duty, noting several different instances and establishing the punishment of working on the fortifications for future violations. 1863 May 13
Item 15 Order to J.H. Burrough, Capt. from Martin Sassapisa [?] to pay Capt. Guitar [?] $70. 1863 May 18
Item 16 Special Orders No. 35 from H. Pomeroy, Lt. Col. Commanding Post, instructing the Provost Marshal to confiscate a ferry and turn it over to the Quartermaster. 1863 May 22
Item 17 Special Orders No. 41 from John McNeil, Brig. Gen. relieving H. Pomeroy of command at Cape Girardeau and appointing J.H. Benjamin as his replacement as post commander. 1863 May 25
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Folder 6  1863 Oct  
Item 1 Order from Col. J. B. Rogers authorizing Captain J. H. Burrough to sign his name to permits to sell contraband of war.  1863 Oct 4
Item 2 Special Orders No. 133 by Colonel J.B. Rogers identifying items guards should not allow through the lines without permits.  1863 Oct 4
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Folder 7  Feb through August 1864 Documents  
Item 1 Letter to John Wadkins[?] from J.C. Thompson, 1st Lt. and Post Adjutant, warning Mr. Wadkins[?] to stop his children from harassing a Union woman. 1864 Feb 10
Item 2 Receipt to George H. Watson and Co. from Thomas Moore, 1st Lt., for 264 lbs corn, 164 lbs hay. 1864 Apr 30
Item 3 Receipt to George H. Watson and Co. from Fred Vincent, Capt., for 1260 lbs shelled corn, 420 lbs hay. 1864 Jul 29
Item 4  Receipt to George H. Watson and Co. from P.S.M. Clanchon[?], Capt., for 691 lbs corn.  1864 Aug 4
Item 5  Receipt to John Edmonson from William A. Kirby, Capt., for 52 rations corn and 26 rations hay. 1864 Aug 7
Item 6 Receipt to John Edmonson from Joseph H. Cell, 2nd Lt. for 94 rations corn and 400 lbs hay. 1864 Aug 7
Item 7 Receipt to George H. Watson and Co. from W.R. Bradshaw for 192 lbs corn. 1864 Aug 14
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Folder 8  November 1864 Documents   
Item 1  List of Quartermaster Stores (Form No. 27) from Jno. J. Scheuer, Maj., items transferred to Capt. Burrough. 1864 Nov 2
Item 2 Invoice from Samuel J. Lepley [?], Capt. to J. M. Burrough, Capt., for 2 wall tent floors, 2 wall tent polls, 10 wall tent ciris [?]. 1864 Nov 2
Item 3 Invoice of Clothing Camp and Garrison Equipage from H. Litzelfeleur, 2nd Lt., for 9 infantry jackets. 1864 Nov 24
Item 4 Special Requisition (Form No. 40) from H. Litzelfeleur, 2nd Lt., 7 forms of items requisitioned by Company J[?] 56th EMM.  1864 Nov 30
Item 5 Receipt from J.H. Burrough, Capt., for 9 infantry jackets.  1864 Nov 30
Item 6 Invoice of Clothing, Camp, and Garrison Equipage from John Scherrer Jr., Maj. Brig, and Quartermaster to J. H. Burrough, Capt., list of item received in the month of November. 1864 Nov 30
Item 7 Invoice of Clothing, Camp, and Garrison Equipage from J.H. Burrough, Capt., listing who received and date the items were issued in the month of November. 1864 Nov 30
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Folder 9  1865 Documents   
Item 1 Affidavit from Francis Boyer recalling his job as captain of the post steam ferry between 1861 and 1863. 1865 (no month or day)  
Item 2  Receipt to George H. Watson and Co. from Daniel M. Moore, Sgt.[?], for 144 lbs corn. 1865 Apr 1
Item 3 Statement from Capt. and Quartermaster of the 56th Regiment EMM, affirming that the Captain did not know the individual who gave him seven wool blankets. 1865 Jul 8
Item 4 Letter to Mr. Mack from W.R.R. Leuman[?], Lt., about paying for forage as found in receipts.  1865 Jul 11
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Folder 10  1866 
Item 1 Notice to J.H. Burrough, Quarter Master of the 56th Enrolled Missouri Militia, from Major Harry Wright, Acting Assistant Quarter Master General of Missouri regarding failure to account for public property.  1866 Aug 7
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Folder 11 1867 Document  
Item 1 Notice to J.H. Burrough from Harry Wright, Maj. and AAQMGMO, of compliance for accounts during the war (concerning Item 1, Folder 10). 1867 Apr 10
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