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Adams,  Alexander
Quantrill
At Lawrence August 21, 1863
Agen, Ben
Anderson
Killed in action on September 24, 1864 at Fayette, MO.
Akers,
Sylvester 'Vess'
Quantrill
Went to Kentucky with Quantrill. Survived war . Captured at Herrodsburg, Kentucky, 1865. Born December 6, 1832 Kentucky; Died Oct 20, 1912 in Missouri.
Akers, Henry H.
Quantrill, 
Todd
Brother of Sylvester. Listed on a roster containing ninety-two names of Quantrill's men. This roster was found by yankee troops on one of the dead Missouri Partisan Rangers after battle at Pleasant Hill, Missouri on July 11, 1862. Went to Texas at the end of the War, Died July 13, 1920 at Lee's Summit, MO.
Akers, Mark
Quantrill
Brother of Henry and Sylvester.
Akin, William
Todd
Killed in action on September 20, 1864 near Fayette, MO.
Albin, George
Quantrill
Killed in action.
Anderson, Bob
Anderson
Possible brother to William and James.
Anderson, George W.
Quantrill
Murdered January 9, 1899 with an ax. The murder is still a mystery.
Anderson, Hugh L.
Quantrill
Listed on a roster containing ninety-two names of Quantrill's men. This roster was found by yankee troops on one of the dead Missouri Partisan Rangers after the Battle at Pleasant Hill, Missouri on July 11, 1862. A very early, yet incomplete listing of Quantrill's original men.
Anderson, James
Anderson
Killed in action on September 24, 1864, near Fayette, MO.
Anderson,
James 'Jim'
Anderson
Brother of Bill Anderson. Survived war. Reported to have been killed May 10, 1867 in Texas by George H. Shepherd. Shepherd slit Anderson's throat on the lawn of the state capital building in Austin, TX.
Anderson, Tom
 
Possible brother to Bill, Jim and Bob Anderson?
Anderson, William T.
Anderson
Reared and educated in Huntsville, Randolph County, MO. Family moved to Council Grove, KS, where his father was killed in the border wars. Anderson and his men were isolated in Ray County, MO by General Price's defeat. Camped north of Orrick, MO. Anderson was located by a Union force commanded by Majors Samuel Cox and John Grimes with men of the 51st and 33rd Missouri Infantry from Ray, Davies and Caldwell Counties. Killed in action. The command of his unit was taken over by Archie Clement.
Angel, Dr. J. M.
Todd
Served in both the Confederate Army and as a Partisan Ranger. Killed in action on July 7, 1865 by 3rd Cavalry Missouri State Militia.
Archie, Hugh
 Todd
At Centralia, MO on September 27, 1864.
Archie, William
Quantrill
 
Asbury, A. E.
Anderson
A Captain under William T. Anderson.
Atchison, Bes
Todd
 
Austin, H.
Quantrill
Listed on a roster containing ninety-two names of Quantrill's men. This roster was found by yankee troops on one of the dead Missouri Partisan Rangers after the Battle at Pleasant Hill, Missouri on July 11, 1862. A very early, yet incomplete listing of Quantrill's original men.
Austin, William
Quantrill
Attended reunion of 1910.
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Baby, Anderson
Anderson
A very young man referred to as "Anderson's Baby"
Baker, Coon
Quantrill
Only report was that of December 27, 1863.
Baker, John
Todd
With Quantrill in 1863. Went to Kentucky with Quantrill. Killed near Herrodsburg, Kentucky, 1865.
Baker, Valentine
Anderson
Killed in action in 1864 in Missouri.
Baker, W. A.
Quantrill
Listed on a roster containing ninety-two names of Quantrill's men. This roster was found by yankee troops on one of the dead Missouri Partisan Rangers after the Battle at Pleasant Hill, Missouri on July 11, 1862. A very early, yet incomplete listing of Quantrill's original men.
Ball, Lee
Quantrill
Listed on a roster containing ninety-two names of Quantrill's men. This roster was found by yankee troops on one of the dead Missouri Partisan Rangers after the Battle at Pleasant Hill, Missouri on July 11, 1862. A very early, yet incomplete listing of Quantrill's original men.
Barbie, Johnson
Anderson
A 15 year old boy who joined Anderson in April of 1864. Probably John Barbie and also possibly known as "Baby" Anderson.
Barker, John
Todd
Was at Fayette September 20, 1864 and at Centralia, MO on September 27, 1864. Was an Orderly Sergeant to Quantrill on the journey into Kentucky. Killed in action on January 29, 1865 in Kentucky.
Barnett, George
Quantrill
Joined Missouri State Militia at 17 on July 11, 1862. He deserted after his brother was killed and his mother's farm burned and livestock stolen. Joined Quantrill on July 17, 1862. Was at Lawrence on August 21, 1863, Centralia and Pleasant Hill.
Barnett, Jim M.
Quantrill
Listed on a roster containing ninety-two names of Quantrill's men. This roster was found by yankee troops on one of the dead Missouri Partisan Rangers after the Battle at Pleasant Hill, Missouri on July 11, 1862. A very early, yet incomplete listing of Quantrill's original men. Also listed on Frank James list written c. 1910.
Barnett, O.S.
Quantrill
Listed on a roster containing ninety-two names of Quantrill's men. This roster was found by yankee troops on one of the dead Missouri Partisan Rangers after the Battle at Pleasant Hill, Missouri on July 11, 1862. A very early, yet incomplete listing of Quantrill's original men.
Barnhill, John S.
Anderson
Went to Kentucky with Quantrill. Captured at Herrodsburg with McCorkle. Died August 15, 1904 at the home of his daughter in Independence, MO.
Bass, Sam
Quantrill
Became an outlaw after the war. Robbed stages and trains throughout the west until June 19, 1878. Killed by the lawmen in Round Rock, TX. At one time, even obtained the status of Public Enemy Number One.
Bassham, Solomon 'Sol'
Quantrill
Captured 1861 at a party given by Riley Alley January of 1862. Sent to Rock Island Penitentiary, Illinois until the end of the war.
Bassham, Ike (Isaac)
Quantrill
Killed February 11, 1863 near Wigginton's house, Andrew County, MO.
Bassham, William
Quantrill, 
Todd
Employed as a stage driver/mail carrier by the along the Santa Fe Trail by Federal Government before the war. Suspected of being a Partisan Ranger, he was sentenced to be shot August 11, 1863 at Independence, MO. Freed during the battle of Independence by McCorkle and nine other Partisan Rangers and joined the band. Surrendered at Smiley, Kentucky.
Beard, Frank
Quantrill
Killed in action on April 1864 at Howard's Mill, Johnson County, MO by Missouri State Militia.
Beard, William
Quantrill
Brother of Frank. Killed in action in 1863 at Howard's Mill, Johnson County, MO by Missouri State Militia.
Bell, Thomas
Anderson
Reported drowned in the Missouri River approximately June 6, 1864 near Waverly, MO.
Bell, W. C.
Quantrill
Listed on a roster containing ninety-two names of Quantrill's men. This roster was found by yankee troops on one of the dead Missouri Partisan Rangers after the Battle at Pleasant Hill, Missouri on July 11, 1862. A very early, yet incomplete listing of Quantrill's original men.
Bellamy, John W.
Quantrill
 
Belt, Mart L.
Pool
With Arch Clement, Dave Pool, Jim Anderson and 144 others in Sherman, Texas in March of 1865. At Lexington, MO to surrender on Sunday May 21st. Attended Quantrill reunions.
Benson, John W.
Quantrill
Captured at Blackwater Creek. Joined Quantrill after his release on oath. Was at Lawrence. Then left to surrender when he was again captured, court martialed. Executed on October 6, 1863 as he sat on his coffin. A surgeon.
Benton, ?
Quantrill
A deserter from the Union Militia. Captured by Union troops in a fight with Quantrill's men. Tried, convicted and shot approximately February 10, 1864.
Bergner, Charley
Quantrill
Believed to be the last Quantrill man. Died in 1942.
Berry, Ike (Isaac)
Anderson
Was at Lawrence with Quantrill and Centralia with Anderson. Reportedly convinced Anderson to burn Danville on October 14, 1864. Survived War becoming a liquor merchant / restaurateur. Died 1928, in Missouri.
Berry, James
Anderson
Rode with Sam Bass gang after the war, robbing banks and trains throughout the mid-west. Killed, October 21, 1877 by Sheriff Glasscock in Adrian County, MO.
Berry, Richard
Anderson
Was with Quantrill at Lawrence. Brother of Ike. Survived war.
Berry, Sam 'One-Armed'
Quantrill
From Kentucky. His group joined with Quantrill in raiding the town of Hickman, Kentucky on February 28, 1865. Toasted the death of Lincoln pronouncing, "Here's to the death of Abraham Lincoln, hoping that his bones may serve in hell as the gridiron to fry Yankees on." Was later, killed in action.
Bishop, Jack
Quantrill
Was living at "Rest Ranch" Texas, a refuge in the Pecos River country used by the James Gang. Jesse wrote Bishop a letter there, dated January 23, 1877.
Bisset, James
Anderson
Killed in action on September 28, 1864 near Fayette, MO.
Blackmore, William
Anderson
 
Bledsoe, William
Quantrill
Killed in action near Baxter Springs, MO when fired upon from a Federal wagon train of General Blount's.
Blunt, Andrew
Quantrill
Wounded, April 16, 1862. Caught and killed April 5, 1864 by Kansas's cavalry. He was left unburied by the Red Legs, considered not worthy of burial.
Blythe, Theodore
Quantrill
Killed in action either June of 1862 or 1863.
Bochman, Charley
Quantrill
Killed in action in Spring of 1864.
Bowles, Jeptha
Anderson
Killed in action in 1864 in Missouri.
Brady, Matt
Quantrill
Most sources agree he was captured in 1862. Gregg said he was never a Partisan Ranger.
Brinker, John
Quantrill
A Captain with about 90 men. Fought at Baxter Springs, KS October 6, 1863. Sister Mattie and brother imprisoned for aiding the enemy.
Brooks, Samual
Anderson
Wounded and captured in 1865 at only 17 of years age.
Broomfield, Ben
Quantrill
Probably at Lawrence. Killed September 20, 1864 while scouting near Booneville, MO.
Brown, Harvey
Anderson
Killed in action on September 20, 1864 in Cooper County, MO.
Brown, John
Quantrill
Joined Quantrill at age 15 after his father was murdered by Jayhawkers. Was at Lawrence on August 21, 1863 in order to retaliate. Died September 20, 1940.
Buford, Henry
Anderson
Killed in action in 1864.
Bunch, Oliver
Quantrill
After war, he owned the Roscoe Hotel where the Pinkerton agents battled the Youngers, 1874.
Burgess, W.H.
Quantrill
Listed on the July 11, 1862 roster found on a dead Missouri Partisan Ranger.
Burns, Billie
Quantrill
Was on Frank James list of guerrillas c.1910.
Burns, Richard
Quantrill
Was with Quantrill in Kentucky. Robbed the Huges and Wesson Bank at Richmond, MO with eleven other ex Partisan Rangers on May 22, 1867.
Burns, Richard
Quantrill
Listed on the July 11, 1862 roster found on a dead Missouri Partisan Ranger. Was at Independence, Lawrence and Centralia. Went to Kentucky with Quantrill and captured in April 1865 near Harrodsburg. Taken to prison in Louisville, KY. Played a part in the robbery of the Richmond Bank.
Burton, Peter
Quantrill
Killed in action near Lamar, MO on November 5, 1862.
Burton, Richard
Quantrill
Went to Kentucky with Quantrill. Captured at Herrodsburg, Kentucky. Hanged on May 27, 1867.
Butler, W.H.
Quantrill
Listed on the July 11, 1862 roster found on a dead Missouri Partisan Ranger as wounded.
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Caldwell, Jim
Quantrill
Buried in Pleasant Hill Cemetery.
Campbell, Andrew
Quantrill, Anderson
With both Quantrill and Anderson.
Campbell, Doc
Anderson
At Lawrence August 21, 1863.
Carr, Thomas
Quantrill
At Lawrence August 21, 1863.
Carr, William
Quantrill
Killed in action on April 15, 1862 at the home of Jordan Lowe during an ambush by the 7th Missouri infantry, preparing to attack Harrisonville, MO.
Carroll, Dolf
Anderson
Killed in action on October 21, 1864 at Fayette, MO.
Carter, Harrison
Quantrill, Anderson
Wounded at Centralia September 27, 1862. On Frank James' list c.1910.
Carter, J. G. 'Jim'
Anderson
At Rocheport, 1864. Killed in action during the winter of 1864 or 1865.
Castle, Theodore
Anderson
Killed in action on May 24, 1865 near Rocheport, MO.
Chatman, John
Anderson
Killed in action on May 24, 1865 near Rocheport, MO.
Chiles, Chris L. "Kit"
Quantrill
Killed in action on August 11, 1862 at Battle of Independence, MO.
Chiles, J. " Jim Crow"
Quantrill
Uncle of President Harry Truman and a wagon master on the Santa Fe trail prior to the war. Survived War only to be gunned down Septmeber 21, 1873. His murderer's son then murdered Jim's son Elijah, the same day.
Chiles, Joel
Quantrill
Killed January 10, 1864.
Chiles, Richard
Quantrill
Killed in action at Big Hill, above Sibley, MO, in fight with Capt. Daniel H. David and his 5th MO Cavalry, October 6, 1862.
Chiles, William
Quantrill
Brother of Richard and Kit. Was at Lawrence. Robbed the Savannah, MO Bank and was later captured and hanged January 28, 1864.
Clarke, Marcellus Jerome
Quantrill
Famous 20 year-old 'Girl Guerrilla' who's outfit joined up with Quantrill's while he was in Kentucky. See Sue Mundy.
Clarke, Sam C.
Quantrill
 
Clayton, George M.
Quantrill
A brother-in-law to Cole Younger. Died December 31, 1897. On RCV roster.
Clayton, James
Anderson
With Anderson at Fayette, MO on September 20, 1864.
Clement, Archie J.
Anderson
At age 17, he was Bill Anderson's lieutenant. Hailed from From Kingsville, Johnson County, MO. Small, blonde and grey-eyed, a sported a perpetual smile. Took over Anderson's command when he was killed December 13, 1866. Bacon Montgomery killed him in Lexington, MO.
Clement, Henry
Anderson
At Lawrence and Centralia. Brother of Archie Clement.
Clifton, Sam L.
Quantrill
Born January 4, 1833. Died August 27, 1894. Listed on the July 11, 1862 roster found on a dead Missouri Partisan Ranger. Became a KC policeman after the war.
Commons, Smith
Quantrill
 
Constable, Sam H.
Quantrill
Known to have attended the reunions.
Corlry, Dock
Anderson
 
Corum, Alfred
Todd
Took oath May 28, 1865 along with Oliver Shepherd.
Corum, James
Anderson
At Centralia. Took oath at Liberty on May 28, 1865 under Shepherd.
Cowherd, Francis R.
Partisan Sympathizer
His farm North of Lee's Summit, Missouri was the site of Upton Hays recruiting camp. Some of Quantrill's men helped protect the site. On three occasions Red Legs placed a rope around his neck intent on hanging him as a southern sympathizer but each time he managed to talk himself free.
Cowherd, Henry
Todd
Attended reunions. Died in Montana 1915.
Cox, Given
Quantrill
Indicted November 18, 1863 for the murder of George Burt at Lawrence, August 21, 1863.
Coyle, Joseph
Quantrill
Ambushed Captain Sessions with William Gregg on June 5,1863.
Crabtree, Joseph
Quantrill
 
Cravens, Robert
Anderson
Killed in action on September 20, 1864 at Fayette, MO.
Crawford, Riley
Quantrill,
Todd
Riley's father, Jeptha Crawford, was taken from his home near Blue Springs and shot by Jayhawkers. Riley's mother, Elizabeth, brought him to Quantrill at age 15 asking to make a querrilla of him. Was with Anderson at Centralia. Killed at age 17 in Cooper County in 1864.
Creek, Abner
Anderson
 
Creek, Creth
Anderson
Was at Centralia, September 27, 1864. Killed by Richard West in an argument over a hog.
Creek, Orth
Quantrill
Attended reunions.
Creek, Sid
Quantrill
At Lawrence August 21, 1863.
Crew, Pate
Anderson
At Fayette, MO on September 20, 1864.
Cummins, Jim
Anderson
Became a member of the Jesse James gang. Died in Confederate Home in Higginsville, MO, around 1928. His sister, Artella, married Robert Ford, the man who killed Jesse James. Was probably wounded in the leg by George Shepherd at Short Creek (Galena, KS) after the Glendale MO, train robbery.
Cummins, U. S.
Quantrill
 
Cundhill or Cundill, ?
Quantrill
 
Cunningham, Albert L. "Ab"
Quantrill
Killed in action on May 30, 1863 near Pleasant Hill, MO.
Cunningham, Bill
Quantrill
With Quantrill on 18 August 18, 1863. Probably at Lawrence.
Cunningham, James
Quantrill
Listed on the July 11, 1862 roster found on a dead Missouri Partisan Ranger.
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Daily, Montgomery
Anderson
Was at Lawrence. Indicted November 18, 1863 for the murder of George Burt at Lawrence, August 21, 1863.
Dalton, J. Frank
Quantrill
Born in Goliad, TX on March 8, 1848. Claimed to have joined up with Quantrill on March 8, 1863 at age 15. Claimed to be at the Lawrence raid, August 21, 1863. Even claimed to be Jesse James. Dalton died in Granbury, TX on August 15, 1951.
Dalton, Kit
Quantrill
Born in Logan County, Kentucky on January 23, 1843. Penned a book called, "Under the Black Flag' in 1914 in which he claimed to have joined up with Quantrill as well as claiming to have been at Independence and Lawrence. Died on April 3, 1920 in Memphis, TN at the age of 77.
Dancer, James
Quantrill
 
Davenport, Robert
Quantrill
Listed on a roster containing ninety-two names of Quantrill's men. This roster was found by yankee troops on one of the dead Missouri Partisan Rangers after the Battle at Pleasant Hill, Missouri on July 11, 1862. A very early, yet incomplete listing of Quantrill's original men.
Davenport, William
Quantrill
At Aubrey raid March 10, 1862. On Frank James' list c.1910.
Davis, Simeon G.
Anderson
Fought at Fayette, Rocheport and Centralia. After Anderson's death he enlisted in the regular Confederate Army under Shelby. Fought for his life as Price's Army retreated South after its defeat at Westport.
Davis, Jo
Todd
Killed in action in September 1864 near Rocheport, MO.
Dawson, Jim
Quantrill
While in Kentucky, Quantrill stayed at Dawson's home and penned a poem to his daughter.
De Bonhorst, Paul
Anderson
Killed in action in October 27, 1864 near Orrick, MO.
DeHart, E. Pat
Todd
At Fayette and Centralia.
Devers, Arthur & Alex
Todd
Both killed in action on March 30, 1864 in Clay County, Mo. Both are buried in the same, common grave.
Devers, James
Todd
Robbed the Huges and Wesson Bank of Richmond, MO on May 22, 1867. Arrested February 1868 and jailed at Richmond. On March 17, fifteen men acting as a "vigilance committee" entered the jail, locked up three deputy sheriffs acting as guards and hung Devers and another prisoner, Andy McGuire.
Donohoe, James
Quantrill
Killed in action at Lamar, MO on November 5, 1862.
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Edmunson, J. F.
Quantrill
Became part of the James gang after the war. Was in numerous robberies with the gang.
Edwards, David
Quantrill
Rode with Quantrill approximately one year. At Lawrence.
Ellington, Richard B
Anderson
At Centralia, September 27, 1864. Rode on a few robberies with the James gang after the war. Born March 29, 1840. Died April 12, 1920. Attended reunions.
Emery, Jeff
Anderson
At Centralia September 27, 1864. Frank James' c.1910 list has him as a Quantrill member.
Ervin, J. C.
Quantrill
Listed by Breihan as riding with Quantrill.
Estes, Joshua
Anderson
At Centralia September 27, 1864. Killed in action in 1865 in Smithville, Clay County, Missouri at the age of 65.
Estes, Alvis
Quantrill
Joined Quantrill on July 6, 1862.
Evens, Thomas
Quantrill
Went to Kentucky with Quantrill and was captured and imprisoned in April 1865 for the murder of a Lt. Cunningham. Kept chained on his back and taunted by prison guards.
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Farley, Peter
Anderson
Killed in action in 1864.
Farretts, John
Quantrill
 
Farrington, Hilary
Todd
At Lawrence. Along with his brother Levi, they robbed the Mobile and Ohio Railroad in 1870. On way to Union City, TN after being captured at Verona, MO via steamboat, Hilary was killed attempting an escape.
Farrington, Levi
Todd
At Lawrence August 21, 1863. Captured after he and his brother robbed the Mobile and Ohio Railroad in 1870. Captured in Farmingdale, IL and lynched by the people of Union City, TN were the robbery took place.
Fickell, Joseph
Quantrill
Killed in action in 1863 at the home of William Holmes near Lexington, MO.
Fielding, William
Quantrill
Joined Quantrill in 1864. Killed in action at Ridgly, MO on May 15, 1864.
Finnegen, Samual
Anderson
Killed in action in 1864.
Fisher, John
Anderson
 
Flannery, Cyrus 'Si'
Todd
At Centralia on September 27, 1864. Attended reunions.
Flannery, Ike
Quantrill
Wounded in 1863 at Widow Moore's place on the road between Independence and Harrisonville. Killed by Jesse James after the war, near Glasgow, MO over a money dispute.
Flannery, John
Quantrill
 
Flournoy, John
Quantrill
 
Fox, James
Quantrill
Attended reunions.
Freeman, Will
Quantrill
Killed in action on May 30, 1863 near Pleasant Hill, MO.
Fridley, ?
Anderson
 
Frisby, John
Quantrill
Killed on the farm of Noah McAlexander on January 1862, Sni-a-bar Township, Jackson County, Mo.
Fristoe, Mark
Quantrill
Attended reunions.
Fry, Frank
Quantrill
Killed in action at Baxter Springs, Kansas in October of 1863.
Fryer, J. W.
Quantrill
Attended reunions.
Fugitt, Press
Quantrill
Killed in action either in 1863 or 1865 near Missouri City.
Fulton, Thomas
Anderson
Killed in action on September 10, 1864 Howard County, MO.
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Gabbert, John
Taylor
Killed in action on April 25, 1863 in Vernon County, MO.
Garrett, Tom
Quantrill
At Baxter Springs October 6, 1863. Killed in action on September 20, 1864 at Fayette, MO.
Gaw (Gaugh), William R.
Quantrill
At Independence August 11, 1862. At Lawrence August 21, 1863, Centralia September 27, 1864. Went to Kentucky with Quantrill. Captured at Herrodsburg, Kentucky escaped. Attended Quantrill reunions. Died July 7, 1908.
George, Dave
Quantrill
 
George, Gabriel William 'Gabe'
Quantrill
One of 15 men attacking Independence, MO. Caught in ambush and shot and killed by Union cavalrymen in February 1862. Quantrill attended the funeral, leaning on a cane from his own wound in the leg.
George, Hiram
Quantrill
Survived war.
George, J. Hicks
Quantrill
Survived war.
Gibson, James
Quantrill
At Centralia September 27, 1864 Was with Quantrill in Kentucky and was killed there.
Gilchrist, Joseph
Quantrill
One of Quantrill's first recruits. Killed at Pink Hill, MO, April 1862.
Glasscock, Richard
Quantrill
Killed May 10, 1865 at Wakefield's farm outside Smiley, Kentucky, while attempting to rescue fatally wounded Quantrill. McCorkle says he was captured near Harrodsburg.
Gordon, Cy 'Silas'
Quantrill
Killed 1864. Leader of a Partisan Ranger Unit.
Gower, Bill
Quantrill
At Lawrence August 21, 1864.
Graham, John
Quantrill
Went to Kentucky with Quantrill in May 1865. Captured at Herrodsburg, Kentucky.
Graham, S.
Quantrill
Attended Quantrill reunions.
 Gray, Frank
Anderson
At Centralia September 27, 1864.
Graym, Frank
Anderson
 
Greenwood, William
Quantrill
Became prosperous farmer in Vernon County, MO.
Gregg, William H.
Quantrill
Born February 8, 1838, to Jacob and Nancy Lewis Gregg in Jackson County, Missouri. He married Elizabeth Eleanor Hook of Odessa on November 1864. They had five children. Gregg served under William Clarke Quantrill from December 1861 through the winter of 1863/1864. One of the original ten recruits. Gregg left Quantrill's band near Sherman, Texas, at which time he joined General Joe Shelby and was made a captain in Shanks' Brigade. After the war he returned to his farm in Jackson County, and served as deputy sheriff of Jackson County, Missouri. Wrote a manuscript of the war years and of his experiences with Quantrill. Served as one of the pallbearers for both John and Cole Younger. Died April 22, 1916.
Gregg, Frank J.
Quantrill
Settled in Independence, MO, after the war.
Grindstaff, William
Anderson
Brother of Mollie, a female imprisoned for spying.
Groomer, Garrett M
Anderson,
Todd
Killed in action on September 20, 1864 at Fayette, MO.
Grosvenor, Tom
Anderson
Killed in action on September 20, 1864 at Fayette, MO
Grubbs, Younger
Anderson
Seen near Perche Hills, MO March 1865. Believed to be with Anderson.
Guess, Hiram
Anderson
At Centralia September 27, 1862. Survived the war
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Haise, W.
Quantrill
Listed on a roster containing ninety-two names of Quantrill's men. This roster was found by yankee troops on one of the dead Missouri Partisan Rangers after the Battle at Pleasant Hill, Missouri on July 11, 1862. A very early, yet incomplete listing of Quantrill's original men.
Hall, George
Quantrill
Went to Kentucky with Quantrill. Survived the War. Listed on 1895 Jackson County U.C.V. United Confederate Veterans Roster.
Hall, Isaac
Quantrill
Went to Kentucky with Quantrill. Surrendered by Capt. Henry Porter to Capt. Young, US Army at Samuel's Depot, Nelson County, Kentucky, July 26, 1865 and then paroled. Brother of Joseph Hall. From Cass County, MO.
Hall, John "Lit"
Quantrill
Brother of Joseph.
Hall, Joseph
Quantrill
Started to Kentucky with Quantrill, but left at Pocahontas, AK with smallpox in 1864. Brother of Isaac Hall. From Cass County, MO.
Hall, Robert
Quantrill
Went to Kentucky with Quantrill. Surrendered by Capt. Henry Porter to Capt. Young, US Army, at Samuel's Depot, Nelson county, Kentucky, July 26, 1865 then paroled. From Cass County, MO. Brother of Joseph Hall.
Hall, Robert
Quantrill
Listed on a roster containing ninety-two names of Quantrill's men. This roster was found by yankee troops on one of the dead Missouri Partisan Rangers after the Battle at Pleasant Hill, Missouri on July 11, 1862. A very early, yet incomplete listing of Quantrill's original men. Went to Kentucky with Quantrill, surrendered and settled near Samuel's Depot, Kentucky after the War.
Hall, Thomas J.
Quantrill
Went to Kentucky with Quantrill.
Hallar,
1st Lt. William
Quantrill
Born May 5, 1841. Brother of G. W. Hallar. Credited as Quantrill's first recruit. Was at Independence, August 11, 1862. Listed on a roster containing ninety-two names of Quantrill's men. This roster was found by yankee troops on one of the dead Missouri Partisan Rangers after the Battle at Pleasant Hill, Missouri on July 11, 1862. A very early, yet incomplete listing of Quantrill's original men. Killed in action on April 15, 1863.
Hallar, George W.
Quantrill
 
Haller, Abe
Quantrill
At Lawrence August 21, 1863. Killed in action on September 21, 1863.
Halley, Wilse
Quantrill
Joined before July 11, 1862 per muster roll containing ninety-two names of Quantrill's men. This muster roll was found by yankee troops on one of the dead Missouri Partisan Rangers after battle at Pleasant Hill, Missouri on July 11, 1862. A very early, yet incomplete listing of Quantrill's original men.
Hambright, James W.
Quantrill
Fought along side Quantrill before joining the regular CSA forces on August 13, 1862.
Hamilton, Charles
Quantrill
Killed in action in July of 1863 in Cass County, MO.
Hamilton, J.T.
Quantrill
Attended reunions.
Hamilton, Sam
Quantrill
At Independence August 11, 1862. Killed in action in 1863
Hamlett, Jesse
Anderson
Captain. At Centralia, September 27, 1863. Became marshal at Lexington, MO
Hammons, Charles
Todd
Reported drowned in April 1865 in the Sulfur River at Clarksville, Texas.
Hampton, John
Quantrill
Killed in action on July 8, 1862 at Sorency farms Pleasant Hill, MO in fight with 1st Iowa Cavalry.
Hampton, O.
Quantrill Listed on a roster containing ninety-two names of Quantrill's men. This roster was found by yankee troops on one of the dead Missouri Partisan Rangers after the Battle at Pleasant Hill, Missouri on July 11, 1862. A very early, yet incomplete listing of Quantrill's original men.
Hampton, Sam
Quantrill
Listed on Warren Welch's list of Quantrill men.
Handcock, William
Quantrill, et al
Killed in action on August 4, 1864
Hardenbrook, George
Quantrill
Killed in Johnson County, MO in December 1863
Hardin, Joseph
Quantrill
Killed January 1863, about seven miles south of Independence, MO after traitor John McDowell betrayed him and several other men.
Harper, William
Quantrill
 
Harris, Thomas B
Quantrill
Went to Kentucky with Quantrill. Was at the home of Mr. Thurman when Quantrill was killed. Son of Ruban and Laura Fristoe (Harris) and cousin of the Youngers.
Harris, A.
Quantrill
Listed on a roster containing ninety-two names of Quantrill's men. This roster was found by yankee troops on one of the dead Missouri Partisan Rangers after the Battle at Pleasant Hill, Missouri on July 11, 1862. A very early, yet incomplete listing of Quantrill's original men.
Harris, Jim
Anderson
Was at Brunswick, MO on November 18, 1864.
Harris, John
Quantrill
Went to Kentucky with Quantrill. Surrendered by Capt. Henry Porter to Capt. Young, US Army, at Samuel's Depot Nelson County, Kentucky on July 26, 1865, paroled. Cousin to Cole Younger.
Harris, Nannie
Quantrill
A member of the Sisterhood of Spies who gathered supplies and information for their Confederate brotherhood prior to and during the Civil War. Arrested and sent to prison. Later married Jebez McCorkle.
Harris, Ruban A.
Quantrill
Helped Quantrill but seldom rode with him. Born October 14, 1831. Died May 19, 1906.
Harris, Simeon
Anderson
 
Harrison, Charley 'Ki'
Quantrill
Killed in action on May 22, 1863 by Osage Indians led by Big Hill Joe at the Vardigris River near Humbolt, KS. Killed along side of Harrison were W.P McClure, John Y. Yeater, John Henderson, J.B. Kimbaugh, and Edward West. Bat Masterson said of Harrison, "He was the most brilliant pistol handlers I ever saw and far more deadly shot than most of the great gunfighters."
Harvin, Ben
Quantrill
With Quantrill from 1862 until 1865. Died February 5, 1932 at St. Louis.
Hawkins, J.W.
Anderson
A Captain with Anderson. Was at Brunswick, MO on November 18, 1864.
Hayes, Tom
Anderson
 
Hayes, William
Anderson
Killed in action on September 20, 1864 at Fayette, MO after the battle on the Glasgow Road.
Hays, Andy
Quantrill
On Warren Welch's list of Quantrill men.
Hays, John
Quantrill
 
Hays, Perry
Quantrill
Killed in action on July 1863 at Howard's Mill, Johnson County, MO by the Missouri State Militia.
Hays, Samuel
Quantrill
At Lawrence, August 21, 1863.
Hays, Upton
C.S.A.
Wounded August 10, 1862 at Independence defeating Buel's troops. Recruited Cole Younger into the Confederate Army as a 1st Lieutenant in Captain Jarrette's. Not a Partisan Ranger.
Hays, William
Quantrill
Killed in action in 1863.
Hedges, Jim
Quantrill
Survived war but was killed August 10, 1901 at State Line, Utah as a gunfighter.
Helms, Polk
Anderson
 
Helton, David
Quantrill
Went to Kentucky with Quantrill. Surrendered by Capt. Henry Porter to Capt. Young, U.S. Army at Samuel's Depot, Nelson County, Kentucky, July 26, 1865, and paroled.
Henaberg, William
Anderson
 
Hendricks, James
Quantrill
 
Henning, Joseph
Quantrill
Killed in action on March 30, 1863 in Lafayette, County, MO.
Henry, Thomas
Quantrill
Rode with Quantrill only in Kentucky.
Hensley, William T.
Quantrill
 
Higbee, Charles
Quantrill
Accompanied Quantrill and Andy Blunt to Richmond, VA. for permission to raise a unit of Partisan Rangers in Missouri which was refused along with Quantrill's request for a Colonel's commission. Was at Lawrence and finding himself alone during the retreat, he headed for Canada. After the war he lived in Texas where he had started a banking business. Died 1908.
Hildebrand, Samual S.
Quantrill
 
Hill, Thomas
Quantrill
Survived war. At Lawrence, Baxter Springs (wounded), Centralia.
Hill, Tuck
Quantrill
At Lawrence, Centralia (wounded). Attended reunions. Died in 1921.
Hill, Woot
Quantrill
At Lawrence, Centralia, and others raids. Also known as A. Woot Hill.
Hinds (Hines), James
Quantrill
With Quantrill in 1863.
Hink, Edward
Quantrill
Killed in action in 1864.
Hinton, Otho
Quantrill
At Lawrence. Captured on the Warrensburg and Lexington Road. Executed in January 1864. Other authors offer differing dates.
Hite, Robert W.
Anderson
With Anderson in 1864. With the James' after the war robbing trains. Killed by Charlie Ford arguing about the take in the Blue Cut train robbery.
Hobbs, H.W.
Quantrill
Also known as Hobbs Kerry after his mount was shot out from under him and left him to "carry" his supplies back to camp. Left Quantrill after he went to Kentucky, joining Castell in Arkansas. Never surrendered.
Hockensmith, Clark
Quantrill
At Centralia, September 27, 1864. Killed at Wakefield farm outside Smilely, Kentucky, May 10, 1865 while trying to save Quantrill's life.
Hockensmith, Henry
Quantrill
Was at Lawrence with Quantrill August 21, 1863. Attended reunions.
Hodges, Morris
Quantrill
Indicted November 18, 1863 for the murder of George Burt at Lawrence, August 21, 1863.
Holmes, George
Quantrill
Indicted November 18, 1863 for the murder of George Burt at Lawrence, August 21, 1863.
Holmes, J.W.
Quantrill
 
Holt, John D.
Missouri C.S.A.
Confederate Colonel with 100+ men who merged with Quantrill's men on their way to raid Lawrence.
Holt, Joseph
Anderson
Killed in action in 1864.
Holtzclaw, Clifton
Anderson
A Captain with William Anderson
Hone, J.W.
Quantrill
Listed on a roster containing ninety-two names of Quantrill's men. This roster was found by yankee troops on one of the dead Missouri Partisan Rangers after the Battle at Pleasant Hill, Missouri on July 11, 1862. A very early, yet incomplete listing of Quantrill's original men.
Hope, John C.
Todd
Attended reunions. Was at Centralia, Lone Jack and Independence under Upton Hays. Worked as deputy Marshall and deputy sheriff. Died March 20, 1908.
Horn, Givens
Quantrill
 
Hotie, Richard
Quantrill
At Lawrence August 21, 1863.
House, John T.
Quantrill, Todd
Joined Quantrill in the fall of 1863 after Jennison's men killed his father. After Todd was killed John later rode with Shelby.
Houston, M.
Quantrill
Listed on a roster containing ninety-two names of Quantrill's men. This roster was found by yankee troops on one of the dead Missouri Partisan Rangers after the Battle at Pleasant Hill, Missouri on July 11, 1862. A very early, yet incomplete listing of Quantrill's original men.
Houx, Matthew
Quantrill
Listed on a roster containing ninety-two names of Quantrill's men. This roster was found by yankee troops on one of the dead Missouri Partisan Rangers after the Battle at Pleasant Hill, Missouri on July 11, 1862. A very early, yet incomplete listing of Quantrill's original men.
Houx, Mike
Quantrill
Listed on a roster containing ninety-two names of Quantrill's men. This roster was found by yankee troops on one of the dead Missouri Partisan Rangers after the Battle at Pleasant Hill, Missouri on July 11, 1862. A very early, yet incomplete listing of Quantrill's original men.
Houx, Robert
Quantrill
Listed on a roster containing ninety-two names of Quantrill's men. This roster was found by yankee troops on one of the dead Missouri Partisan Rangers after the Battle at Pleasant Hill, Missouri on July 11, 1862. A very early, yet incomplete listing of Quantrill's original men.
Howard, William B
Quantrill
Brought a newspaper article to Quantrill, August 28, 1862, stating that Perry Hoy had been executed.
Hoy,
Solomen Perry or "Jeremiah"
Quantrill
One of Quantrill's first recruits. Captured sometime before July 1862. Held prisoner in Ft. Leavenworth. Quantrill saw notice of his execution in a newspaper on August 28th. He had supposedly killed a man named Allison. Quantrill then had captive Lt. Copeland shot. Then Quantrill headed for Kansas to kill ten more for Hoy. Ten were killed before reaching the state line.
Hubbard, John T
Anderson
At Danville, MO on October 14, 1864.
Hudspeth, William N. "Babe"
Quantrill
Joined Quantrill along with a brother Rufus and cousin Ben Morrow. Went part way to Kentucky with Quantrill leaving at Crawley Ridge, AK to go to Texas. Survived war.
Hudspeth, J. Rufus
Quantrill
Went part way to Kentucky with Quantrill. All three of the Hudspeths left Quantrill at Crawley Ridge, Arkansas, to go south to fight with General Price. Helped in identifying the body of Jesse James.
Hudspeth, Robert
Quantrill
Went part way to Kentucky with Quantrill. Was at Centralia. Attended many reunions. Gave the land where Lake City, MO was built.
Huffaker, Moses
Anderson
At Centralia on September 27, 1864.
Hulse, William
Quantrill
At Lawrence, August 21, 1863; Fayette on September 20, 1864; Centralia on September 27, 1864. Was with Quantrill in Kentucky and surrendered July 26, 1865 at Samuel's Depot, Kentucky. Probably helped rob the Hayes and Wesson Bank in Richmond, MO with 12 other ex Partisan Rangers on May 22, 1867. Died 1890 but correspondence with Mrs. Anthony Orlando, a great-great niece stated he was hanged in early 1865 in Kentucky.
Hunt, Tom "Guerrilla Tom"
Quantrill
According to Carl Breihan, Hunt was mistaken for Jesse James shortly after the Mammoth Cave Stage robbery, and served time in a Kentucky prison and later released.
Hyler, Nicholas
Quantrill
Per Warren Welch's list.
Hylton, J. D.
Quantrill
Joined C.S.A. and was captured and released. Joined Quantrill on his trip to Kentucky where he and Quantrill fought their last battle.
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Idson, Andy
Anderson
 
Irwin, William
Quantrill
Attended Quantrill reunions.
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Jack, Robert W.
Quantrill
Attended Reunions.
Jackman, Thad
Anderson
Killed in action at Fayette September 20, 1864.
Jackson, John
Quantrill
Killed in action on September 16, 1864 at Keytesville, Ray County, MO. Was at Mound City, Lawrence
Jacobs, Maurice C.
Quantrill
On Warren Welch's list of 1911. A Doctor after the war.
James, Alexander Franklin 'Frank'
Quantrill
Born January 10, 1842 in Kearney, Missouri. Joined Quantrill in midsummer 1862 at age 19. On parole as member of Confederate Home Guard unit that fought at Wilson's Creek. Went to Kentucky with Quantrill in 1865. Surrendered there to Capt. Young, US Army, at Samuel's Depot, Nelson County, Kentucky on July 26, 1865, paroled. Survived war. Most famous for the James / Younger Gang. Died in Kearney, MO, February 18, 1915.
James, Jesse Woodson
Quantrill, Anderson
Born September 5, 1847 in Kearney, Missouri. Joined Quantrill in 1862 at age 15. Was at Lawrence and Centralia. Left Quantrill at Crawley's Ridge, Arkansas to go south and join with General Price in 1865. Survived war. Most famous for his role in the James / Younger Gang. Assassinated by a dirty rotten coward in St. Joseph, MO, April 3, 1882.
James, W. Jason
Quantrill
Born in Lexington, MO, April 28, 1843. Enlisted in 1861 with Kirtley's troops to battle jayhawkers. Rode with Quantrill at Lawrence and Baxter Springs. Served in MS and LA during latter part of War. One of last officers to surrender on June 27, 1865. Died September 14, 1933 in TX.. Buried at Roswell, NM. Few errant, modern claims made he was a cousin to Frank & Jesse. These are unfounded by any proof.
James, William
Anderson
Wounded in his first fight October 27, 1864. Living in 1911.
Jarrette, John
Quantrill
With Quantrill, but by the fall of 1863, he was a company commander under Col. Hayes' Enrolled MO Militia in General Shelby's cavalry. Cole Younger's brother-in-law. Became owner of a large sheep ranch in Arizona after war.
Jenkins, Snowy
Anderson
Killed in action in 1864 in Missouri.
Jessup, Sam
Quantrill
Killed in action on October 9, 1863 in Henry County, Missouri.
Jobson, Presley
Todd
Killed in action in 1864 at Blackwater River in Lafayette County, MO.
Jobson, Smith
Todd
Killed in action in October 26, 1864 at Camden, MO. by Missouri State Militia.
Johnson, ?
Quantrill
With Quantrill at the raid on Shawneetown, October 17, 1862 (now Shawnee, KS.)
Johnson, Bud
Anderson
 
Johnson, Oliver
Quantrill
Shot through the hips at Fayette, MO on September 20, 1864. Died 5 days later, 8 miles from Fayette, in the neighborhood of Washington Church.
Johnson, Richard
Todd
 
Johnson, Socrates
Anderson
Killed in action - 1864 in Missouri.
Johnson, William
Quantrill
At Lawrence, August 21, 1863.
Jones, Edmond
Quantrill
Attended reunions. Alive in 1911.
Jones, George
Todd
Killed in action on August 16, 1864 near Dripping Springs, MO. by Missouri State Militia.
Jones, Payne
Quantrill
Went to Kentucky with Quantrill. Surrendered there by Capt. Henry Porter to Capt. Young, US Army, at Samuel's Depot, Nelson County, Kentucky, on July 26, 1865 and paroled. Helped rob Hughes and Wesson bank, Richmond, MO. with six other ex Rangers, May 22, 1867. Killed by Jim Crow Chiles.
Joplin, Wilber F. "Bill"
Quantrill
Son of the founder of Joplin, Missouri.
Jourdan, ?
Anderson
Killed in action on September 12, 1864, Howard County, MO.
Judd, W.F
Quantrill
Listed on a roster containing ninety-two names of Quantrill's men. This roster was found by yankee troops on one of the dead Missouri Partisan Rangers after the Battle at Pleasant Hill, Missouri on July 11, 1862. A very early, yet incomplete listing of Quantrill's original men.
Justice, James
Anderson, Nin Letton
Killed in action by Missouri State Militia on July 12, 1864.
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Kegin, John W.
Quantrill
Was at Lawrence August 21, 1863. Attended some reunions.
Keller, J.T.
Quantrill
Attended some reunions.
Kelley, James B
Quantrill
Joined during the Fall of 1861. Was at Lawrence August 21, 1863 but left Quantrill directly afterwards. Died June 20, 1912. Always carried a gun.
Kelly, ?
Anderson
Killed near Rocheport, May 24, 1865.
Kelly, ?
Quantrill
Killed in action on May 28, 1864. Letters recovered from his body were addressed to William Quantrill and he was at first suspected of being him.
Kelly, John
Quantrill
On Frank James' list circa 1910.
Kennedy, David
Quantrill
On Frank James' list circa 1910.
Kennedy, Sterling
Quantrill
 
Kerr, Charity
Partisan Sympathizer
Sister of John McCorkle. Married Nathan Kerr on January 26, 1860. Killed in the collapse of the Union jail for Women in Kansas City along with four other women arrested for allegedly spying for the Confederacy.
Kerr, John
Quantrill
On Warren Welch's list of Quantrill members. Living in 1911.
Kerr, Nathan B.
Quantrill
Was with Quantrill at Lawrence. Married Charity McCorkle.
Kerr, William
Quantrill
Wounded in an ambush by Union troops led by a Federal deserter who was traveling with the Partisan Rangers.
Keshlear, John
Quantrill
Killed in action on April 11, 1862. Some say he was killed at the battle of Lone Jack.
Ketchum, Al
Quantrill
 
Key, Foster 'Foss'
Quantrill
Was with Quantrill at Lawrence and Kentucky. Killed in action in 1865 near Harrodsburg.
Key, Grandville
Quantrill
Possibly killed with Quantrill at Wakefield farm May 10, 1865.
Kimberlin, Samual R.
Quantrill
Joined Quantrill with his four brothers after his father was hung by Union troops and then set on fire. Later transferred to Price and then to Stonewall Jackson. Was at Appomattox. Organized several Quantrill reunions outside of Missouri after the war.
Kinchelo, James T.
Anderson
With Quantrill only a short while before joining the C.S.A.
King, Sarah Catherine
Quantrill
Thirteen year-old wife of William Quantrill. Stayed in St. Louis, MO while Quantrill was in Kentucky. Returned home to Jackson County, MO after the war and rebuilt her parents' home. Returned to St. Louis and later died on January 9, 1930 at 82.
King, Silas
Anderson
Was at Fayette September 20, 1864, Centralia September 27, 1864. Died 1864 at Sherman, Texas from fever two weeks after accidentally shooting Perry Smith.
Kinney, Richard
Quantrill
Killed in action in 1864. Shot through the knee and died from his wound near Centralia, MO.
Koger, Edward
Quantrill
One of Quantrill's first recruits. Killed in action on July 31, 1862 along with John Little while stopped to water their horses on the Little Blue River.
Koger, John W.
Quantrill
One of the ten original members of Quantrill's guerrillas. Seriously wounded at battle of Baxter Springs, October 6, 1862. He was hit with 3 buckshot and a one-ounce lead ball. He had been wounded five times previously. Placed in an ambulance, which raced down the Texas Road into the Indian Nations. Lived until the fall of 1913.
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Landrum, William
Anderson
Killed in action in July, 1864.
Lane, D.L.
Quantrill
Attended reunions.
Lea, Joseph C.
Quantrill
Wounded at Lawrence. Attended reunions. Died in Roswell, NM, in 1904.
Lee, Albert
Quantrill
At Lawrence August 21, 1863. Survived the war.
Lee, Joe
Quantrill
On Frank James list circa 1910.
Lee, Parker
Quantrill
At Lawrence, August 21, 1863.
Lester, Frank
Anderson
At Fayette, MO on September 20, 1864.
Letten, Ling
Quantrill
 
Lewis, Bart
Todd
Rode with Todd at Rocheport September 19, 1864. Wounded in leg. Died 1927.
Liddel, James Andrew
Quantrill
At Centralia, September 27, 1864. Rode with Jesse James after the war. Born September 16, 1842. Died July 19, 1901.
Liddil, Andrew J.
Quantrill
Boasted that he was first to be offered leadership of the Partisan Rangers, but refused. Quantrill then accepted. After war, became a lawyer and judge. In 1889, he organized a yearly reunion of guerrillas, which took place every August in Jackson County. Died 26 December 1912.
Lilly, James 'Jim'
Quantrill
Went to Kentucky with Quantrill. Surrendered there by Capt. Henry Porter to Capt. Young, US Army, at Samuel's Depot, Nelson County, Kentucky, on July 26, 1865 and paroled. Married Nancy Harris McCorkle, February 2, 1867. She was the widow of Jebez McCorkle.
Lisbon, Joe
Quantrill
With Quantrill in Kentucky. Captured or killed 1865.
Lisle, Marston
Anderson
Killed in action in 1864 in Missouri.
Little, James
Quantrill
One of the ten original members of Quantrill's guerrillas. Badly wounded at Fayette, MO in 1863. Was later wounded and hot through the thigh, shattering the bone, near Greenville, Muhlenburg County, Kentucky. Was at the Wakefield farm, near Smiley, Kentucky, with Quantrill on May 10, 1865. Was the first of Quantrill's men to have died in Kentucky. Brother to John and Thomas.
Little, John T.
Quantrill
One of the ten original members of Quantrill guerrillas. Brother to James Little. Killed in action on July 31, 1862 while watering his horse near Blue Cut, MO.
Little, Thomas
Quantrill
Hung by a mob at Warrensburg, MO on May 22, 1867. Was hanged the same day after robbing The Hughes and Wesson Bank at Richmond, MO.
Litton, Hiram
Anderson
At Centralia September 27, 1864.
Lobb, John
Quantrill
A Negro who Quantrill used to spy on Lawrence, KS before the raid.
Long, B.L.
Quantrill
Listed on a roster containing ninety-two names of Quantrill's men. This roster was found by yankee troops on one of the dead Missouri Partisan Rangers after the Battle at Pleasant Hill, Missouri on July 11, 1862. A very early, yet incomplete listing of Quantrill's original men.
Long, Peyton
Quantrill
Joined Quantrill in summer 1863. Was at Lawrence. Also at Baxter Springs on October 6, 1863, Fayette on September 20, 1864 and Centralia on September 27, 1864. Was killed in Meade County, Kentucky on April 30, 1864.
Longacre, C.A.
Quantrill
Listed on a roster containing ninety-two names of Quantrill's men. This roster was found by yankee troops on one of the dead Missouri Partisan Rangers after the Battle at Pleasant Hill, Missouri on July 11, 1862. A very early, yet incomplete listing of Quantrill's original men.
Lotspeach, William
Quantrill
Had a farm on Sugar Creek, near Wadesburg, Cass County. On July 10, 1862, Maj. James O. Gower with a detachment of 1st Iowa Cavalry, and 65 men from the 7th MO Cavalry under Capt. William A. Martin from Harrisonville, along with 63 men from the 1st MO Cavalry under Capt. Martin Kehoe attacked the guerrilla camp nearby. Killed in 1863.
Lowe, ?
Quantrill
At Lawrence, August 21, 1863.
Lucas, Oscar
Quantrill
 
Luckett,?
Anderson
Killed in action near Orrick, MO, October 27, 1864.
Lunn, Jim
  Reported that Kit Dalton said Lunn was at Lawrence, KS August 21, 1863 and carried Quantrill's black flag there.
Luxton,
J. Mat
Quantrill
Also known as Luxton Wilcox. Captured and hung at Brownsville Landing, TN, April 21, 1865.
Lyons, James
Quantrill
Listed on a roster containing ninety-two names of Quantrill's men. This roster was found by yankee troops on one of the dead Missouri Partisan Rangers after the Battle at Pleasant Hill, Missouri on July 11, 1862. A very early, yet incomplete listing of Quantrill's original men.
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Macane, Sandy 
Anderson
Killed in action by Missouri State Militia, September 21, 1864 in Howard County, MO.
Maddox, George
Quantrill
Killed in action on July 6, 1862 near Pleasant Hill, Mo.
Maddox, George W.
Quantrill
One of Quantrill's first recruits. Brother of Richard "Dick" Maddox. At Lawrence, August 21, 1863 and Baxter Springs on October 6, 1863. Chief scout. Captured February 8, 1866 and kidnapped across the border to Lawrence to stand trial. Was acquitted. Moved to Nevada, Missouri and worked for the railroad. He then moved to Jefferson City, Missouri and in 1887 worked as a guard at the Missouri State Penitentiary. According to the February 8, 1901 Lee's Summit Journal, Maddox died on January 4, 1901 and is buried in Jefferson City, Missouri. But the April 5, 1901 issue said he was still alive. Other sources say he died on July 28, 1906
Maddox, Morgan T.
Quantrill
Joined Quantrill at the age of 15. At Independence, Lawrence & Fayette. Surrendered at Milligan, TX on July 5, 1865. Attended reunions.
Maddox, Richard "Dick"
Quantrill
Brother of George W. Maddox. At Baxter Springs, KS on October 6, 1863. Married Martha Sanders, who took the name of Matt Sanders and rode with her husband. Killed by a Cherokee Indian in a brawl at Ft. Smith, Arkansas, after the war. After his death, Martha married George Shepherd.
Maddox, William
Quantrill
Probably in Lawrence and captured near Olathe, KS shortly afterward. Claimed he was sick and stopped in Olathe instead of going on to Lawrence. Armed with more than a dozen witnesses saying that he was indeed laid up in Olathe, he was acquitted. Last seen headed towards Missouri with his wife who had tethered two houses outside the courthouse expecting a verdict of guilty.
Magruder, Josiah Silias
Porter's 1st NE MO Cavalry
Born in Howard County, Missouri. Married and relocated to Macon County, Missouri. Cousin of William Magruder. Served in Company G of Colonel Joseph C. Porter's 1st Northeast Missouri Cavalry, C.S.A. Wounded severely in battle at Cherry Grove, Missouri, June 1862. Returned home to Macon County to recover. Was ambushed and murdered, on his farm by yankee ravagers as he had fought bravely under Colonel Porter. The farm house, barn, and most of crops were completely burned to ground. Magruder's wife & daughter barely escaped alive.
Magruder, William "Billy"
Quantrill
Native of Howard County, Missouri. Cousin to Josiah Silias Magruder. William joined Captain William C. Quantrill's Partisan guerrillas, after his cousin, Josiah Silias Magruder had been murdered on his farm by yankee depredators. William was called Lieutenant Billy by Quantrill & his men. In 1865, he rode into Kentucky with Quantrill and these men often rode with Sue Mundy in Quantrill's "Kentucky Campaign." William is believed to have been killed in action by yankee troops in Kentucky in 1865 as he never returned home. Important to note is that William Magruder is not the Kentucky Partisan Henry C. Magruder, that rode with Mundy and was hung at Louisville Military prison.
Magruder, Rezin
Anderson
Killed in action in 1864.
Majors, Newt
Quantrill
Killed in action in 1863.
Marchbanks, Robert
Quantrill
With Quantrill. Joined C.S.A. in Spring of 1864. Wounded near Clear Creek.
Marcum, B.W.
Quantrill
Was with Quantrill until he left for Kentucky. Attended reunions.
Marksman, Ben
Quantrill
On Warren Welch's list of Quantrill's men.
Marney, William
Anderson
Killed in action on July 22, 1864.
Marshall, Edward
Quantrill
 
Marshall, James
Quantrill
Took oath April 1862 and released on $5000 bond.
Marshall, John
Quantrill
On Frank James' list c.1910.
Marshall, Julius
Quantrill
Killed in action.
Martinez, Leon
Anderson
Killed in action in 1864.
Masterson, Hiram
Todd
At Blackwater, MO. Killed in action on October 9, 1864.
Maddox, George
Quantrill
 
Maddox, Richard
Quantrill
 
Mattox, Morgan Townley
Quantrill
Joined Quantrill at 15. He was at Independence, Lawrence, and Fayette. Surrendered at Milligan, TX on July 5, 1865. Survived war and attended Quantrill reunions.
Maupin, Thomas F.
Anderson
Was at Lawrence, wounded at Fayette. Also at Centralia. Killed in action on May 24, 1865 near Rocheport, MO.
Maupin, John
Quantrill
Was at Lawrence August 21, 1863. Later went to Texas with George Shephard but soon returned. Attended reunions.
Maxwell, Thomas F.
Anderson
Was at the battles of Independence & Centralia. Wife banished from Jackson County under Order #11. Surrendered at Shreveport, LA on June 9, 1865. Received the Southern Cross of Honor. Attended the reunions. Died 1918. Brother of Ambrose.
Maxwell, Ambrose
Quantrill
Wounded at Centralia September 27, 1864. Brother to Thomas F. Maxwell.
McAfee, John
Quantrill
May have joined Quantrill in Kentucky. Was in the Taylorsville, Kentucky raid.
McAninch, Henry
Quantrill
Buried in Belton Cemetery, MO.
McArtor, James H.
Quantrill
Buried in Cassville Cemetery in Cassville, MO.
McBurgis, ?
Quantrill
Listed by Frank James c.1910.
McCaidy, Henry
Quantrill
At Lawrence, August 21, 1863.
McCorkle, Jebez "Job"
Quantrill
Joined the Missouri State Guard with his brother, John in the Spring of 1861. Joined Quantrill August 11, 1862 at the battle of Independence. Captured with John and forced to take the "oath" and then released. Wounded in the knee while on assignment and died 13 days later on June 2, 1863. Brother of Charity McCorkle Kerr.
McCorkle, John
Quantrill, Todd
Born December 12, 1838, 2 miles east of Savannah, Andrew County, MO. Joined Quantrill August 11, 1862 at the battle of Independence. Because he was one of the few men who had a rifle, he was made scout and sniper. Most often, he rode with the Todd group. Was at the battles of Baxter Springs, Centralia, and Fayette among others. Also at Lawrence August 21, 1863. Went to Kentucky with Quantrill and was at the home of Mr. Thurman when Quantrill was ambushed and murdered. Surrendered with George Wigginton and another at Newcastle, Kentucky. After the war, he returned to his home county and worked on the farm of a relative. His memories, "Three Years With Quantrill", were dictated to a writer, who took the information as it was given. McCorkle died January 14, 1918, age 79, and was buried on a bluff over looking the Missouri River at Lisbon, MO.
McCorkle, Gabe
Quantrill
Killed in action, Jackson County, MO.
McCorkle, Joshua
Quantrill
 
McCorkle, Lon V.
Quantrill
Died, age 77 in Fayette, Mo. A second cousin to the Younger Brothers.
McCormack, Thomas
Quantrill
Attended reunions.
McCoy, William
Quantrill
With Quantrill only a short time before rejoining the C.S.A.
McCue, Bob
Quantrill
 
McCue, Frank
Quantrill
 
McCue, George
Quantrill
 
McDowell, Jack -or- John
Quantrill
Probably at Lawrence August 21, 1863. Hanged near Council Grove, KS. Also known as John McDowell
McGuire, Andrew "Andy"
Quantrill
Went to Kentucky with Quantrill. Surrendered there by Capt. Henry Porter to Capt. Young, US Army, at Samuel's Depot, Nelson County, Kentucky, on July 26, 1865. Paroled. Hanged along with John Devers on March 17, 1867 by a lynch mob at Richmond, MO, after being captured while trying to rob the Hughes and Wesson Bank, May 22, 1867.
McGuire, Bill 
Todd
 
McGuire, William
Quantrill
Was at Lawrence and Baxter Springs. Killed in action in the Spring of 1864.
McIlvaine, John
Anderson
Killed in action on October 26, 1864.
McKeene, John
Quantrill
 
McKittrick, ?
Anderson
With Anderson at his death October 26, 1864. Later, joined up with Price.
McLean, Charles F.
Anderson
Joined up with Anderson in 1863 and was at his death October 26, 1864.
McMacane, Sandy
Anderson
Wounded in August 13, 1864. Killed in action in September of 1864.
McMurtry, Lee
Quantrill
Wounded under his left eye at Fayette, MO, 1864. Went to Kentucky with Quantrill, and was surrendered there by Capt. Henry Porter to Capt. Young, US Army, at Samuel's Depot, Nelson County, Kentucky on July 26, 1865. Paroled.
McMurtry, George
Todd
Killed in action on September 20, 1864 at Fayette, MO.
McReynolds, Allen
Quantrill
Harbored Quantrill and other guerrillas. Murdered for same reason.
McWaters, William
Anderson
Was at Lawrence August 21, 1863. Supposedly rode with a woman named Jennie Mayfield, also at Lawrence.
Mead, Ben
Anderson
 
Mead, Jacob
Todd
With Todd in 1863.
Miller, Dr. Lee C.
Quantrill
With Price as Captain until 1862. Joined Quantrill and was in all the major battles as a Partisan Ranger. Left for Utah in 1864. Miller is buried in Knobnoster Cemetary, Knobnoster, MO.
Miller, John Walter
Quantrill
 
Miller, McClelland B. 'Clell'
Anderson
Wounded and captured October 26, 1864 the same day Anderson and ten others were killed. This was his first fight and Clell was only 14. Later rode with Jesse James. Killed by Henry W. Wheeler at Northfield, MN bank raid in 1876. Body was placed in a coffin with wound showing, put on display, and when unclaimed, apparently buried at Potter's field. Later, the body made it's way back to MO, was claimed by his father and buried in the Muddy Fork Cemetery north of the James farm.
Monday, James Edward
Quantrill
On Welch list.
Monkers, 'Red'
Quantrill
 
Montgomery, Samual C.
Quantrill
Killed in action on January 19, 1863 at the age of 21.
Moody, Jasper
Anderson
Killed in action by Missouri State Militia near Orrick, MO October 26, 1863.
Moore, Ezra A.
Quantrill
Listed on a roster containing ninety-two names of Quantrill's men. This roster was found by yankee troops on one of the dead Missouri Partisan Rangers after the Battle at Pleasant Hill, Missouri on July 11, 1862. A very early, yet incomplete listing of Quantrill's original men.
Morgan, L.
Anderson
Killed by Bill Gaugh (Gaw) on orders from Quantrill after the band split up near Sherman, TX.
Morgan, William
Quantrill
Attended reunions.
Morris,
James L.
Anderson
Killed in action near Georgetown, MO on August 11, 1863 by Missouri State Militia.
Morrow, Benjamin J.
Quantrill
Left Quantrill at Crawley's Ridge, Arkansas to join with General Price. Returned to Independence, MO, after the war. Had two daugters, Emma and Mary. Mary B. Murrow died at Independence, MO, 1992.
Morrow, George
Quantrill
Son of Jesse and Sylvia Hudspeth Morrow. Killed in action in 1864.
Morton, Wade
Quantrill
At Lawrence August 21, 1863.
Muir, Boone, T.
Quantrill, Younger
Listed on a roster containing ninety-two names of Quantrill's men. This roster was found by yankee troops on one of the dead Missouri Partisan Rangers after the Battle at Pleasant Hill, Missouri on July 11, 1862. A very early, yet incomplete listing of Quantrill's original men. At Independence. Died in 1863 and buried in the Smith cemetery, Raytown, MO.
Mundy,
James C.
Quantrill
Attended reunions.
Mundy, Sue
Quantrill Joined With Mundy's Forces In Kentucky In Late 1864 / Early 1865
Fictitious named of the 'Girl Guerrilla' who operated in Kentucky and whom Quantrill joined on occasion while in Kentucky. Actually named Jerome Clarke, the name Sue Mundy was thought up by a newspaper reporter in order to embarrass the Federals for allowing him to operate so freely.
Murray, Newton 'Plunk'
Anderson
Too young to join the Confederate Army, he rode up with Quantrill and Anderson. Was at Centralia. His mother, upon finding Union troop camped in her back yard and in the process of butchering her milk cow, Decided to fix the troops some coffee and put something in it to make them sick. After realizing what had happened they decided to hang her. A rope had been put around her neck when an officer asked: "Are you the mother of Plunk Murray?" Earlier he had been given a drink of water on a hot day by her son. Realizing this, he released her.
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Nagle, Patrick
Quantrill
Some say he was Killed in action in 1863 in Dade County. Others say Nagle died of disease.
Ney, Foss
Quantrill
Killed in action on January 30, 1865 near Harrodsburg, Kentucky.
Nicholson, Arch
Anderson
 
Nicholson, Joseph
Anderson
 
Nivians, B.T.
Quantrill
Attended reunions.
Noe, Quinton
Quantrill
A Lieutenant with Quantrill.
Noland, Henry
Quantrill
Killed at the Wakefield farm near Smiley, Kentucky, May 1865, with Quantrill. Although McCorkle says he was killed near Herrodsburg, Kentucky.
Noland, William
Quantrill
Killed at the Wakefield farm near Smiley, Kentucky, May 1865 with Quantrill.
Noland, Edward
Quantrill
Went to Kentucky with Quantrill in 1865.
Noland, George M.
Quantrill
At Lawrence August 21, 1863.
Noland, George W.
Quantrill
At Lawrence, August 21, 1863. Captured after the raid and sent to Alton Federal Prison in Illinois. Was there until after the war.
Noland, James
Quantrill
Killed January 29, 1865 at the home of Miss Vanarsdall. Indicted November 18, 1863 for the murder of George Burt at Lawrence, August 21, 1863.
Noland, John
Quantrill
John was a Black man who was Quantrill hostler. Attended reunions.
Norfork, John
Quantrill
Went to Texas with George Shepherd after the war.
Nyeman, ?
Quantrill 
At the battle of Shawneetown, Kansas on October 17, 1862.
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O'Connell, Timothy
Quantrill
An Irish immigrant who settled in Pleasant Hill, MO.
O'Donnell, Pat
Quantrill
Was wounded in hip near Sibley, MO early in September 1862. Was at Lawrence.
Offutt, Otho
Quantrill
One of the ten original members. Listed on the muster roll containing ninety-two names of Quantrill's men. This muster roll was found by yankee troops on one of the dead Missouri Partisan Rangers after battle at Pleasant Hill, Missouri on July 11, 1862. Was at Tate House fight, Lawrence, Baxter Springs, and Centralia.
Offutt, Sam
Quantrill
Attended reunions.
Ogden Frank
Quantrill
Listed on a roster containing ninety-two names of Quantrill's men. This roster was found by yankee troops on one of the dead Missouri Partisan Rangers after the Battle at Pleasant Hill, Missouri on July 11, 1862. A very early, yet incomplete listing of Quantrill's original men.
Ogden, Henry
Quantrill
Joined at 19 years old. Became Lt. Governor of Louisiana after the war and later Congressman from Louisiana.
Ogden, William
Anderson
Living if Wichita Falls, TX in 1875.
Ogden, William R.
C.S.A
Known as "Black Riley". He was a scout in Hill's Arkansas Regiment. During Price's Missouri campaign with Quantrill devasted the front. Ogden reported that he had become well acquainted with Quantrill and had often visited him while on scout for Hill.
O'Hare, Charles
Quantrill
Killed in action in Lafayette County, May 1863.
Olifant, John W
Quantrill
Listed on a roster containing ninety-two names of Quantrill's men. This roster was found by yankee troops on one of the dead Missouri Partisan Rangers after the Battle at Pleasant Hill, Missouri on July 11, 1862. A very early, yet incomplete listing of Quantrill's original men.
Oliphant, Newton
Anderson
Killed in action in 1864 in Missouri.
Overstreet, Bill
Quantrill
Attended reunions.
Owens, Thomas
Quantrill
 
Owings, J.
Quantrill
Listed on a roster containing ninety-two names of Quantrill's men. This roster was found by yankee troops on one of the dead Missouri Partisan Rangers after the Battle at Pleasant Hill, Missouri on July 11, 1862. A very early, yet incomplete listing of Quantrill's original men. It is quite possible that he is listed as "Joshua Owings" on the 1862 muster roll.
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Palmer, Chris
Quantrill
 
Parmer, Allen H.
Quantrill
Went to Kentucky with Quantrill, and was surrendered there by Capt. Henry Porter to Capt. Young, US Army, at Samuel's Depot, Nelson County, Kentucky, on July 26, 1865. Then paroled. Survived war. Died at Wichita Falls, Texas, in 1927. He was a brother-in-law of Jesse James (married Susan, Jesse's sister).
Parmer, Isaac
Quantrill
Frank James list, c.1910.
Parr, J.M. 'Buster'
Anderson
At Centralia, MO on September 27, 1864.
Parr, Mike
Quantrill
 
Parvin, Hence
Quantrill
 
Parvin, Lafe
Quantrill
 
Patterson, Arch
Quantrill
 
Patterson, Duncan
Quantrill
 
Patterson, Henry
Anderson
Killed in action on October 26, 1864 by Missouri Militia near Orrick, MO.
Patterson, Joseph
Quantrill
 
Patterson, Neal
Quantrill
 
Patterson, Nicholson
Quantrill
 
Patterson, William H.
Quantrill
Listed on a roster containing ninety-two names of Quantrill's men. This roster was found by yankee troops on one of the dead Missouri Partisan Rangers after the Battle at Pleasant Hill, Missouri on July 11, 1862. A very early, yet incomplete listing of Quantrill's original men.
Pemberton, H. C.
Quantrill
Listed on a roster containing ninety-two names of Quantrill's men. This roster was found by yankee troops on one of the dead Missouri Partisan Rangers after the Battle at Pleasant Hill, Missouri on July 11, 1862. A very early, yet incomplete listing of Quantrill's original men.
Pence, Alexander Doniphan "Donnie"
Quantrill
Born August 15, 1847 in Clay County, Missouri. Married Sarah Isabel (Belle) Samuels. Went to Kentucky with Quantrill. Surrendered there by Capt. Henry Porter to Capt. Young, US Army, at Samuels Depot, Nelson County, Kentucky, on July 26, 1865. Became sheriff of Nelson County in 1871. Operated a 50-acre farm near Samuels Depot. Frank James had saved Pence's life during a battle at Beulahville in Meade County during the War. Survived war. Pence died of typhoid pneumonia on February 25, 1896, and buried at Stoner's Chapel Cemetery burial grounds in Nelson County, Kentucky. Frank James was in attendance.
Pence, Thomas Edward "Bud"
Quantrill
Born November 28, 1842 in Clay County, Missouri. Survived war-Went to Kentucky with Quantrill. Surrendered there by Capt. Henry Porter Capt. Young, US Army, at Samuels Depot, Nelson County, Kentucky, on July 26, 1865, paroled. Brother of Donnie Pence. Died Septmeber 15, 1880 in Nelson County, Kentucky. Buried at Stoner's Chapel Cemetery burial grounds in Nelson County, Kentucky.
Perdee, J.R.
Quantrill
Listed on a roster containing ninety-two names of Quantrill's men. This roster was found by yankee troops on one of the dead Missouri Partisan Rangers after the Battle at Pleasant Hill, Missouri on July 11, 1862. A very early, yet incomplete listing of Quantrill's original men.
Perdee, T. B.
Quantrill
Listed on a roster containing ninety-two names of Quantrill's men. This roster was found by yankee troops on one of the dead Missouri Partisan Rangers after the Battle at Pleasant Hill, Missouri on July 11, 1862. A very early, yet incomplete listing of Quantrill's original men.
Perry, Jacob
Quantrill
With Quantrill at the raid on Lawrence. Survived war.
Peters, J.C.
Quantrill
At Lawrence August 21, 1863.
Peyton, John
Anderson
Killed in action on September 27, 1864 by Missouri Militia near Centralia, MO.
Phillips, Edward
Anderson
 
Poisal, James H.
Quantrill
 
Poisal, Mack
Quantrill
 
Poole, Francis Marion 'Dave'
Quantrill, Todd
Took command of Todd's men after he was killed. With 65 men, surrendered May 21, 1865 to Col. Chester Harding at Lexington, MO. All 66 men were paroled. Pool was given a full pardon. Survived war. Settled in Sherman, Texas, after the war. Listed on the July 11, 1862 muster roll containing ninety-two names of Quantrill's men as Davis M. Poole.
Pool, John W.
Quantrill
At Lawrence August 21, 1863, Centralia September 27, 1864. Surrendered at Lexington, MO. 1865. Joined with his brother David, after the war, in law enforcement. Died on December 24, 1924 in Texas.
Porter, Henry
Quantrill
Went to Kentucky with Quantrill. Assumed command of the remnant of Quantrill's band after he had been wounded and captured. He surrendered the 15 survivors to Capt. Young, US Army, at Samuel's Depot Nelson County, Kentucky on July 26, 1865. Survived war.
Potter, Marion
Quantrill
Joined Quantrill to get revenge for the murder of his father.
Potts, Hiram
Quantrill
Indicted November 18, 1863 for the murder of George Burt at Lawrence, August 21, 1863.
Potts, Levi
Todd
Joined Quantrill in 1862. Was at Lawrence and many other battles. Died September 26, 1913.
Potts, Martin
Quantrill
At Lawrence August 21, 1863. Escaped with saddlebags full of money.
Pringle, John
Anderson
Killed in action on October 26, 1864 near Orrick, MO.
Privan, Lafe
Todd
At Lawrence on August 21, 1863; Fayette on September 20, 1864 and Centralia on September 27, 1864.
Privin, Hence
Quantrill
At Lawrence on August 21, 1863; Fayette on September 20, 1864 and Centralia on September 27, 1864.
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Quantrill, William Clarke
Quantrill
An Ohio teacher, who came to Kansas in 1857 to farm. Had been with Price at battle of Lexington, Missouri in September 1861. Quantrill left the army to organize his group of Partisan Rangers. His rides and missions are legendary. Most famous was the "Pay Back" at Lawrence Kansas on Aug. 21, 1863. Later in his service, he was trapped in barn close to Smiley, Kentucky by Edward Terrell and his cavalry detachment of hired assassins on the James H. Wakefield farm on May 10, 1865. While attempting to escape, he was struck by two Spencer balls, one in the hand, the other paralyzing him from the waist down. Transferred to a military hospital in Louisville, then to a Catholic Hospital in Louisville. He died there at 4pm, June 6, 1865. He was buried in the old Portland Catholic Cemetery at Louisville. In 1887, his mother had his bones brought back to Ohio. The man she paid to remove the body stole some of the skeleton, and years later, parts of it showed up in the hands of a Kansas collector. On October 24, 1992, his mortal remains laid to rest at the Old Confederate Home in Higginsville, MO, and re-interred in the Confederate Cemetery there.
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Railey, Lon
Todd
At Lawrence. Surrendered at Lexington, MO on April 21, 1865.
Rains, John
Anderson
With Anderson at Albany, Fayette and when Anderson was killed. Son of Confederate General James S. Rains.
Rakel, ?
Quantrill
At Lawrence, August 21, 1863.
Ralston, Crockett
Quantrill
 
Ralston, Samual
Quantrill
 
Reed, James
Quantrill
After the war, participated in robbery of San Antonio stage with James gang. Talked John Morris, a friend, into going back to MO with him. Morris was killed at his ranch in Ft. Worth, Texas.
Reid, James
Quantrill
 
Reinhardt, Jack
Quantrill
Killed in Texas in 1874.
Renick, Chatham E. 'Chat'
Todd
Went to Kentucky with Quantrill. Killed April 1865 near Danville, Kentucky, while operating with "One-arm Berry."
Reynolds, William
Anderson
Joined Quantrill to avenge his father's murder by the "Redlegs." At Centralia, September 27, 1864. Killed on January 20, 1865 by Allen Copeland, the brother James Copeland, whom he earlier had killed.
Rice, Benjamin
Quantrill
 
Rider, George
Quantrill
Listed on a roster containing ninety-two names of Quantrill's men. This roster was found by yankee troops on one of the dead Missouri Partisan Rangers after the Battle at Pleasant Hill, Missouri on July 11, 1862. A very early, yet incomplete listing of Quantrill's original men.
Rider, J. Martin
Quantrill
Listed on a roster containing ninety-two names of Quantrill's men. This roster was found by yankee troops on one of the dead Missouri Partisan Rangers after the Battle at Pleasant Hill, Missouri on July 11, 1862. A very early, yet incomplete listing of Quantrill's original men.
Ridings, William
Anderson
Killed in 1864 at the age of 17.
Rish, D.F.
Quantrill
Attended reunions.
Robbins, ?
Quantrill
At Lawrence, August 21, 1863.
Robinson, George
Quantrill
When to Kentucky with Quantrill. Executed 1865 for the murder of a Union soldier who was actually killed by Allen Parmer
Robinson, Gooly
Anderson
Was at Centralia September 27, 1864. Killed in action on October 15, 1864 at Danville.
Robinson, William
Anderson
Went to Kentucky with Quantrill. Hanged in 1865.
Roder, William
Quantrill
Killed at Baxter Springs, October 6, 1863.
Rodes, Jasper
Quantrill
 
Rogers, ?
Anderson
 
Rollen, ?(2)
Quantrill
Brothers killed March 22, 1862 at Tate house.
Ross, John
Quantrill
Went to Kentucky with Quantrill. Surrendered there by Capt. Henry Porter to Capt. Young. US Army, at Samuel's Depot, Nelson County, Kentucky, on July 26, 1865, paroled. Survived war.
Rudd, John
Quantrill
 
Runnels, Williams
Quantrill
 
Rupe, Dock
Anderson
Killed in action on August 13, 1864 at Flat Rock, MO by Missouri State Militia. Age 17.
Rupe, Harvey
Quantrill
Brother-in-law to Jim Cummins.
Rupe, John
Anderson
At Centralia on September 27, 1864. Went to Texas after the war.
Rutledge, John
   
Ryan, Volney
Quantrill
 
Ryder, ?
Anderson
Commanded Anderson band of guerrillas in his absence. Martin or Jack?
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Sallee, Wash.
Quantrill
Attended reunions.
Sanders, James
Quantrill
 
Sanders, Tid
Todd
Killed in action in Spring of 1864.
Sartain, Calvin
Quantrill
Killed in action in August 1861 by Missouri State Militia.
Saunders, Charles
Quantrill
At Lawrence. Killed in action in 1864 at the home of Mrs. Richard Kinney, near Hopewell Church, MO.
Scholl, George T.
Quantrill
At Centralia September 27, 1864. Ran "Sargent & Scholl", a Livery, Undertaking and Heavy Hauling business in Valley Park, Missouri with partner Robert Sargent. Attended reunions.
Scholl, Boone
Quantrill
Great-great grandson of famed pioneer Daniel Boone. Brother to George. Boone, 19, joined Quanrill, along with brother George, 16, and his brother-in-law John Ross after the village of Dayton was burned to the ground by Union troops in January 1862.

According to McCorkle, Boone Scholl participated in a skirmish with Kansas cavalry troops near Westporton June 17, 1863. McCorkle relates "Boone Scholl, who was riding a horse that he had taken from Jim Lane near Blue Springs, lost control of his horse, which ran away with him and trough the line of Federals, who shot him in the back, the ball passing through his body and breaking the buckle of his belt" (McCorkle, p.68). Though mortally wounded, Boone Scholl managed to ride another nine hours that night before he was taken to the home of a "widow named Young" where he died the next morning. Before he died, he said he wanted Captain Todd to have his horse.

Killed in action at Westport, MO, June 17, 1863.

Scott, Allen
Quantrill
Attended reunions.
Scott, Fernando Marion
Quantrill
Listed on a roster containing ninety-two names of Quantrill's men. This roster was found by yankee troops on one of the dead Missouri Partisan Rangers after the Battle at Pleasant Hill, Missouri on July 11, 1862. A very early, yet incomplete listing of Quantrill's original men. Brought Frank James to join Quantrill. At Independence. Indicted November 18, 1863 for the murder of George Burt at Lawrence, August. 21, 1863. Killed in action on June 16, 1863 near Westport, MO.
Scott, Sidney
Quantrill
Indicted November 18, 1863 for the murder of George Burt at Lawrence, August 21, 1863.
Setton, N. W.
Quantrill
A Quantrill Captain. Attended reunions. Marshall of West Plains, MO after the war.
Shephard, Oliver B. 'Oll'
Quantrill
Brother or cousin of George W. Shephard. At Centralia, surrendered at Liberty, MO May 28, 1865. Survived war. Participated in the robbery of a Russellville, Kentucky bank. Traced to Missouri, where detectives caught him at one of the family homes (his father's, George's, or his own) April 4, 1868. Ordered to surrender. One report says he tried to shoot his way out, and was shot 7 times and killed. The other report, from eyewitness Margaret Shephard, his grand daughter, said he was unarmed, and was shot 20 times and killed by police officers in 1868.
Shepherd, George W.
Quantrill
His family was originally from Virginia, moving first to Nelson County, Kentucky, then to Jackson County, MO. Born on a farm near Independence, in Jackson County, MO, 17 January 1842. At 15, he joined the troops of General Albert Sidney Johnston for the operations against the Mormons in Utah.  Joined the Confederate Army at the outbreak of the war, and fought honorably at Wilson's Creek and Pea Ridge. When General Price was ordered east of the Mississippi, George returned home and joined Quantrill. Married Martha Sanders Maddox (see Matt Sanders), a widow after the war. She was a Confederate spy. Spent time in Kentucky penitentiary, for trying to hold up the bank at Russellville, Kentucky on March 20, 1868.
Shepherd, Frank F.
Quantrill
At Lawrence. Killed in action on September 27, 1864 at Centralia, MO.
Shepherd, James
Quantrill
One of the men who founded the town of Blue Springs, MO.
Shepherd, Martin
Quantrill
Killed in action in Spring 1862 at Pink Hill Bridge, Jackson County, MO. aka "Matt".
Shoat, Isaac
Quantrill
Deserted 1862. Later killed by Cole Younger as Shoat guarded the mail route between Harrisonville, MO and Independence, MO on July 11, 1862.
Shore, DeKalb
Quantrill
Served later with Shelby's Company J and surrendered at Shreveport, LA in 1865.
Shores, Stephen R
Quantrill
 
Shuffield, Robert Jack
Quantrill
Frank James circa 1910 list.
Simmons, ?
Anderson
Killed in action on October 26, 1864 by the Missouri State Militia near Orrick, MO.
Simmons, Young
Quantrill
Killed in action four miles north of Pleasant Hill, MO on September 7, 1862.
Simms, John
Quantrill
At Lawrence August 21, 1863.
Skaggs, Larkin M.
Quantrill
During the Lawrence raid, he lowered the Union flag, tied it to the tail of his horse, and dragged it through the town as he fought from street to street. Staying behind, he was shot by an arrow from an Indian named White Turkey, his body torn apart by enraged townspeople. Only Partisan Ranger to die in town. Killed in action on August 21, 1863 at Lawrence.
Smith, Bill
Anderson
Killed in action at Albany on October 26, 1864.
Smith, Cole
Quantrill
Indicted November 18, 1863 for the murder of George Burt at Lawrence, August. 21, 1863.
Smith, Frank
Quantrill
Was at all battles with Quantrill and later joined Shelby's regiment.
Smith, George
Quantrill
Attended reunions
Smith, Perry
Todd
Killed accidentally by a shot from Silas King's pistol, Sherman, TX in 1864.
Smith, William
Quantrill
Killed in action on October 26, 1864.
Smoot, Archibald
Todd
Killed in action on October 9, 1864 at Blackwater, Lafayette County, MO.
Snyder, ?
Anderson
 
Sorrels, Thomas
Todd
Killed in action on October 9, 1864 at Blackwater, Lafayette County, MO.
Southerland, Zack
Anderson
At Centralia September27, 1864.
Southwick, A. B.
Quantrill
 
Southwick, C. H.
Quantrill
 
Squirrel Tail
Quantrill
Reportedly an Indian scout.
Starks, Sheldon
Anderson
Killed by Missouri State Militia, Jackson County, MO in 1864.
Starr, Henry
Todd
A Union spy killed by George Todd 3 months after he and another man, John Deourcy, also a spy, joined up with Dick Yeager.
Starr, Jack
Quantrill
Some people say this is the brother of Belle Starr. Simply impossible to be a sister as "Starr" was her married name. Belle married a half breed Indian named Sam Starr.
Stephens, Bill
Anderson
 
Stevenson, Robert
Quantrill
Listed on a roster containing ninety-two names of Quantrill's men. This roster was found by yankee troops on one of the dead Missouri Partisan Rangers after the Battle at Pleasant Hill, Missouri on July 11, 1862. A very early, yet incomplete listing of Quantrill's original men.
Stewart, Charles
Anderson
At Centralia September 27, 1864.
Stewart, Press
Anderson
 
Stewart, William H
Anderson, Quantrill
Operated with Anderson , Quantrill and Holtzclaw. Killed in action on November 18, 1864.
Stewart, William R
Quantrill
Wounded at Fayette. Born August 5, 1844. Died November 10, 1924.
Stokely, Edward
Quantrill
Indicted November 18, 1863 for the murder of George Burt at Lawrence, August. 21 1863.
Stone, G.T.
Quantrill
Attended reunions.
Stone, Lee
Quantrill
Attended reunions.
Stone, P. L.
Quantrill
Attended reunions.
Stone, Sam
Quantrill
Attended reunions.
Stone, Thomas B
Quantrill
Attended reunions.
Stone, William
Anderson
At Fayette September 20, 1864. Wounded. Survived war.
Storey, Bud
Todd
When to Texas with George Shepherd at the end of the war.
Strickland, Solomen 'Red Fox'
Quantrill
Supposedly an Indian scout.
Strother, William
Quantrill
Killed in action in Summer of 1863.
Stuart, William
Anderson
Was at Fayette September 20, 1864 and Centralia September 27, 1864. Killed in 1864 for his money by a cattle drover while asleep.
Swartz, Jack
Quantrill
At Lawrence he carried Quantrill's black flag.
Swisby, Oscar
Anderson
Killed in action in 1864 in Missouri.
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Talcott, Parker
Anderson
Killed in action in 1864 in Missouri.
Talley, George
Quantrill
Killed about seven miles south of Independence, MO, January 1863. Talley and a company of other guerrillas were betrayed by guerrilla John McDowell, who led a company of federals to their hideout. Brother to Wallace and Thomas.
Talley, Thomas
Quantrill
Selected by Quantrill because he had his own revolver.
Tally, Richard
Quantrill
On Welch's list of Quantrill men living in 1911.
Tally, Wallace
Quantrill
Killed in action on February 11, 1863 near Independence by Missouri State Militia.
Tarkington, William
Anderson
Killed in action on October 26, 1864 by the Missouri State Militia while attacking Albany, MO.
Tate, David
Quantrill
 
Tate, Willaim P.
Anderson
Served with the C.S.A. 9thTexas, wounded. Joined Price's command upon recovery. Joined with Anderson until war's end.
Tatum, James
Quantrill
Attended reunions.
Taylor, Charles "Fletch"
Quantrill
One of Quantrill's original recruits. At Centralia, Independence, Richfield, Baxter Springs and Lawrence. Was a spy (serving with reconnaissance) in Lawrence before the "Pay Back". Later, took command of part of Quantrill's men. Became a wealthy citizen of Joplin, MO. Elected to the Missouri State Legislature after the war. According to his obituary found in the Oakland Tribune - dated April 24, 1912 - he was 70 years of age and the funeral was at 10:30a.m. earlier that day (April 24, 1912). It went on to say that "His remains were cremated and laid to rest beside his wife in Odd Fellows Cemetery, San Francisco, California." Further in the obituary, Fletch Taylor is referred as a retired Capitalist. Mentions that he came to California 20 years prior (approximately 1892). His Confederate service is given as riding with Quantrill, was shot twice & he lost an arm in conflict while with the Missouri Partisan Ranger movement.
Teague, A.B.
Quantrill
Listed on a roster containing ninety-two names of Quantrill's men. This roster was found by yankee troops on one of the dead Missouri Partisan Rangers after the Battle at Pleasant Hill, Missouri on July 11, 1862. A very early, yet incomplete listing of Quantrill's original men.
Teague, John
Quantrill
Listed on a roster containing ninety-two names of Quantrill's men. This roster was found by yankee troops on one of the dead Missouri Partisan Rangers after the Battle at Pleasant Hill, Missouri on July 11, 1862. A very early, yet incomplete listing of Quantrill's original men.
Teague, F.F.
Quantrill
Listed on a roster containing ninety-two names of Quantrill's men. This roster was found by yankee troops on one of the dead Missouri Partisan Rangers after the Battle at Pleasant Hill, Missouri on July 11, 1862. A very early, yet incomplete listing of Quantrill's original men.
Terry, J.H.
Quantrill
Listed on a roster containing ninety-two names of Quantrill's men. This roster was found by yankee troops on one of the dead Missouri Partisan Rangers after the Battle at Pleasant Hill, Missouri on July 11, 1862. A very early, yet incomplete listing of Quantrill's original men.
Thompson, Bob
Todd
Killed in action in 1863 near Booneville, MO while scouting with Warren Welch.
Thompson, James
Quantrill
Killed in action on August 21, 1863 during the retreat from Lawrence in Franklin, County, KS.
Thompson, Oliver
Todd
Shot September 20, 1864 at Fayette, MO by Missouri State Militia Died four days later.
Thompson, Oscar
Quantrill
 
Thompson,?
Quantrill
Listed on a roster containing ninety-two names of Quantrill's men. This roster was found by yankee troops on one of the dead Missouri Partisan Rangers after the Battle at Pleasant Hill, Missouri on July 11, 1862. A very early, yet incomplete listing of Quantrill's original men.
Thomson, Corteze D.
Quantrill
 
Thrailkill, John
Quantrill,
Anderson,
Todd
Killed in August 1864, according to McCorkle, between Rocheport and Franklin, Howard County, MO. Others say he survived war and left for Mexico with Shelby. Led own guerrilla unit.
Thurman, William C.
Quantrill
 
Tigue, Nat
Anderson
At Centralia September 27, 1864.
Tire, Columbus
Quantrill
Indicted November 18, 1863 for the murder of George Burt at Lawrence, August. 21, 1863.
Tire, John
Quantrill
Indicted November 18, 1863 for the murder of George Burt at Lawrence, August 21, 1863.
Todd, George M.
Quantrill
Was a bridge mason before the war and with the MSG before joining Quantrill January 1862. At Lawrence, August 21, 1863. Killed in action at Independence, MO, October 21, 1864, just east of the Little Blue River by a Union sharpshooter. The guerrillas pushed Generals Blunt, Jennison, and Moonlight 2 1/2 miles northeast of Independence, where a sniper shot him. He was carried by is men to the house of a Mrs. Burns, where he died about an hour later. His men buried him that night in the Independence Cemetery. David Poole then took command of his unit.
Todd, Robert
Anderson
Killed in action in September 1864 by Missouri State Militia after Fayette at the home of Captain Sebree.
Todd, Thomas W
Anderson
At Fayette, Centralia. Todd was still with Anderson as late as 1864.
Tolar, Bill
Anderson
With Quantrill in 1862 to 1864 Lawrence, Centralia.
Toley, Richard
Quantrill
 
Tolliver, Anson 'Ance'
Anderson
Killed in action on October 26, 1864 by Missouri State Militia near Albany.
Tomlinson, Clarence
Anderson
Killed in action in 1864 by Missouri State Militia in Platte County, MO.
Toothman, William
Quantrill
At Baxter Springs. Killed in action on October 9, 1864 at Blackwater, Lafayette County, MO.
Traber, Thomas
Quantrill
 
Traber, Zach
Quantrill
 
Trochere, Zack
Quantrill
 
Trow, Harrison B.
Quantrill,
Was at Independence, Lawrence, Fayette, Centralia. Survived war. Left for Texas after war. Claimed to be the last Confederate to surrender. Helped to identify body of Jesse James, 1876. Attended reunions.
Tucker, James L.
Quantrill
Listed on a roster containing ninety-two names of Quantrill's men. This roster was found by yankee troops on one of the dead Missouri Partisan Rangers after the Battle at Pleasant Hill, Missouri on July 11, 1862. A very early, yet incomplete listing of Quantrill's original men. At Independence August. 11, 1862. Joined the C.S.A. army in 1864.
Tucker, Morris J.
Quantrill
Listed by Breihan.
Tucker, William D.
Quantrill
Listed on a roster containing ninety-two names of Quantrill's men. This roster was found by yankee troops on one of the dead Missouri Partisan Rangers after the Battle at Pleasant Hill, Missouri on July 11, 1862. A very early, yet incomplete listing of Quantrill's original men. Wounded November 6, 1862 at Searcy Farm.
Tuckett, Thomas
Anderson
Killed in action in 1864 in Missouri.
Turner, A. M.
Quantrill
Attended reunions.
Turner, Frank
James
At Richfield, MO (Missouri City) May 19, 1863 with Frank James, L. Easton, Louis Vandiver, Louis Gregg, Moses McCoy and Mr. Churchill.
Turner, Henry
Quantrill
Rode with Quantrill while in Kentucky.
Turner, Milton
Quantrill
On Frank James list c.1910
Turpin, Cliff
Quantrill
With Quantrill on the Olathe Raid, September 6, 1862.
Turpin, Dick
Quantrill
 
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Van Meter, John
Quantrill
Rode with Jesse James after the war.
Vance, John
Todd
Captured June 1, 1863 near Rocheport.
Vandiver, Louis
Anderson
At Richfield, May 19, 1863 and at Lawrence August. 21, 1863. On Frank James' list circa 1910.
Vandiver, Susan
  Killed in the collapse of the Union jail for Women in Kansas City, August 14, 1863. Wife of Thomas Vandiver and my great-great grandmother.
Vandiver, Thomas
Anderson
Disappeared in action. All trace of him lost.
Vaughn, Dan
Quantrill
Led guerrilla band at Aubrey, KS January 31, 1865. Also at Independence, Lawrence. Survived war, settled in Texas.
Vaughn, James A.
Quantrill
One of Quantrill's first recruits, joining on December 25, 1861. Formed with nine other men at the farm of Mrs. Samual Crump between Independence and Blue Springs. Said to have been the beginning of Quantrill's band as an entity with a separate and distinct leader. Captured in a Kansas City barbers shop and hanged May 29, 1863 at Ft. Leavenworth.
Vaughn, Joseph
Quantrill
Killed in action at Pea Ridge, Arkansas in 1862.
Vaughn, Susan Langdon
  Known to have smuggled morphine, and quinine in her undergarments and her hat to Cockrell's Missouri brigade. She founded "Memorial Day" after the war.
Vaughn, Tom
Quantrill
Killed in action.
Vaughn, William
Quantrill
Listed on a roster containing ninety-two names of Quantrill's men. This roster was found by yankee troops on one of the dead Missouri Partisan Rangers after the Battle at Pleasant Hill, Missouri on July 11, 1862. A very early, yet incomplete listing of Quantrill's original men.
Venable, Bob
Quantrill
Attended reunions.
Venable, Randolph -or- Randall M.
Quantrill
Went to Kentucky with Quantrill. Surrendered there July 26, 1865 by Capt. Henry Porter to Capt. Young, US Army, at Samuel's Depot Nelson County, Kentucky on July 26, 1865, paroled. Survived war. Died 1914.
Vivian, Harvey
Anderson
From Clay County, Mo.
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Wade, David
Anderson
 
Wade, Newman
Anderson
Killed in action on September 20, 1864 at Fayette, MO. Also known as "Newton".
Wade, Samual
Anderson
Was at Centralia on September 27, 1864. Killed in action in May, 1865.
Waitman, Morgan
Quantrill
Referred to as Captain Waitman during reunions.
Walker, Andrew Y.
Quantrill
Saved Quantrill's life on two occasions. Leaving Price's Army, Quantrill informed Andrew of a plan to raid the home of Andrew's father, Morgan. Informed neighbors, and with eleven others defeated the marauders. In this action, the first Union soldier killed in Jackson County during the War was killed by Quantrill. This was the first mention of Quantrill's named in Jackson County, Mo.
Ward, Robert
Quantrill
Killed in action on October 6, 1863 at Baxter Springs, KS during the attack on the fort.
Warren, Jim
Todd
 
Warren, John H.
Anderson, Quantrill
Born October 10, 1847 at Liberty, MO. Became a Buffalo hunter after the war.
Warren, Tom
Todd
 
Watson, John
Quantrill
Survived the war. Was with A. Blunt when Blunt was killed.
Wayman, F. Luther
Quantrill
Was with Quantrill when his band was first declared as outlaws. Insists that Quantrill had an older brother who was killed in Kansas on their way to Pike's Peak, 1858. At Baxter Springs, October 6, 1863.
Wayman, John
Anderson
 
Wayman, Matt
Todd
Went to Texas with George Shepherd at the end of the war.
Wayman, Milt
Quantrill
Brother to Matt Wayman.
Webb, Bill
Anderson
 
Webb, Charles
Todd
At Centralia on September 27, 1864. Survived the War.
Webb, George B
Quantrill
Was at Lawrence August 21, 1864. Later joined Shelby.
Webb, Pres
Quantrill
Served as a scout for Quantrill. Said to have had the eye of an eagle and the endurance of a deer. Joined C.S.A. army after leaving Quantrill.
Webb, Thomas B.
Quantrill
Was at Lawrence on August 21, 1863. His horse was shot out from under him. He escaped Lawrence on the back of Cole Younger's horse. Died on November 17, 1914 at 79. Attended many reunions.
Webb, William
Anderson
 
Webster, John
Quantrill
Orderly Sergeant.
Webster, Noah
Quantrill
Was at Lawrence, August 21, 1863. Killed in action in July of 1863 by Missouri State Militia at Davis Creek.
Weddington, Jake
  Took command of the Partisan Ranger movement while Quantrill was in TX. with Kate Clarke, October 1863.
Welby, James
Todd
 
Welch, Warren
Quantrill
Was at Independence & Lawrence. Surrendered at Lexington. Served as Secretary of Quantrill's raiders. Survived the war.
West, Richard
Anderson
Survived the war.
West, Woot
Anderson
 
Wetzel, Herman
Quantrill
Born 1833, Died 1930. Buried in the Pleasant Hill Cemetery.
White, John
Anderson
With Jesse James' gang after the war.
White, Josiah
Quantrill
 
Whitsett, James Simeom
Todd, Vaughn
Joined Todd after leaving the C.S.A. After Todd's death in 1864 he joined up with Daniel VAugusthn until war's end. Was at Lawrence August 21, 1863; Centralia September 27, 1863. Helped identify Jesse James body in 1882. Attended reunions. Pallbearer at Bob Younger's funeral.
Wigginton, George
Quantrill
Cousin of John McCorkle. Wounded in thigh at Independence, MO August 10, 1862. Went to Kentucky with Quantrill and surrendered with John McCorkle at Newcastle, Kentucky.
Wilcox, Lawrence
Anderson
Wounded at Fayette, MO on September 20, 1864.
Wilhite, Jefferson
Quantrill
Killed in action along with Albert Estes while attending Warden's Church, Wellington, MO on July 10, 1864. Had 28 bullets shot through him.
Wilkerson,
James W.
Quantrill
Was at Lawrence, August. 21, 1864. Married Miss Barbara Jane Gray of Jackson County, MO, daughter of Judge Gray at gunpoint by Rev. Moses B. Arnold of Lafayette County, MO March 8, 1864. Believed to have helped rob the Clay County Savings Bank, February 1866, becoming one of the first daylight bank robberies in history.
Will, Jack
Anderson
At Fayette on September 20, 1864.
Williams, Dan
Quantrill
Killed in action in 1862. Saw Quantrill inscribe the pocket watch which was later lost on Hicklin farm.
Williams, Henry
Todd
Killed in action at Centralia on September 27, 1864 by Missouri State Militia. Had previously deserted from the Union Army.
Williams, Jack
Todd
Went to Texas with George Shepherd at the end of the war.
Williams, Jim
Quantrill
Went to Kentucky with Quantrill and 33 other guerrillas.
Williams, Walter
Quantrill
Last living Confederate Veteran in the United States. Died December 19, 1959 in Houston Texas at the age of 117. According to his pension records, was recruited in Texas and transferred to Quantrill's Brigade five months later.
Williams, William J.
Quantrill
Attended reunions
Williamson, Charles T.
Quantrill
Listed on a roster containing ninety-two names of Quantrill's men. This roster was found by yankee troops on one of the dead Missouri Partisan Rangers after the Battle at Pleasant Hill, Missouri on July 11, 1862. A very early, yet incomplete listing of Quantrill's original men.
Wilson, Adam
Quantrill
 A Cherokee Indian scout from Muncie, OK.
Wilson, Henry
Quantrill
Born a slave of John Wilson. After seeing with his own eyes the atrocities of the Red Legs, decided to join Quantrill along with his John. Wilson moved to Texas to run the blockade at Independence, MO carrying supplies to Quantrill. He was also the cook and a Quantrill's bodyguard.
Wilson, John
Anderson
Killed by Missouri State Militia near Booneville, September 20, 1864.
Wilson, John W.
Todd
Left with George Shepherd for Texas after the war.
Wilson, Mack
Quantrill
 
Wilson, William H.
Quantrill
Was at the Battle of Lone Jack August 16, 1862.
Winchester, William
Anderson
Killed in action in 1864 by Missouri State Militia.
Wood, Bennett
Quantrill
Wounded in Independence in fight with Missouri Home Guards. Sent by Gen. Marmaduke to Missouri to recruit men for his command. Killed in action near Napoleon, MO, June 20, 1863. Indicted November 18, for the murder of George Burt at Lawrence, August 21, 1863.
Wood, Benton
Quantrill
Was at Lawrence August 21, 1863. Guarded prisoners at Lawrence, he told them of the "payback."
Wood, Hop
Quantrill
Killed in action on February 22, 1862. One of 15 men on raid at Independence, MO. in Spring of 1862. Shot and killed by Union Cavalry in ambush.
Woodruff, Silas
Quantrill
Was at Lawrence. Killed in action in Autumn of 1863 by Missouri State Militia in Lawrence County, MO.
Woodward, William
Quantrill
At Independence August 11, 1862. At Lawrence, August. 21, 1863.
Workman, John A
Quantrill
At Independence and Lawrence.
Worsham, Richard Francis
Quantrill, Anderson
Observed his 93rd birthday in 1932 in Mexico, MO.
Wyatt, Alson 'Al'
Todd
Shot in the chest and killed at Westport, MO, June 17, 1863.
Wyatt, Cave
Anderson
Sergeant of William Anderson's band. Wounded & captured.
Wyatt, Felix A
Todd
Killed in action on June 16, 1863 by Missouri State Militia in Kansas City, MO.
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Yager, Richard F.
Quantrill
Joined Quantrill because the Jayhawkers took everything from his father's farm. Listed on a muster roll containing ninety-two names of Quantrill's men. This muster roll was found by yankee troops on one of the dead Missouri Partisan Rangers after battle at Pleasant Hill, Missouri on July 11, 1862. Present on the Independence and Lawrence, KS raids. Wounded at Arrow Rock, MO August 1863. Made the famous Council Grove raid 130 miles west of the Missouri state line May 4, 1863 where with 23 others, formed up at the edge of town. To the relief of the towns people, only Yeager rode up, in desperate need of a dentist. The tooth was pulled with the agreement that the town be spared. The rebels then rode off to sack the town of Diamond Springs. Taking to the woods near Frankfort, close to home of Ike Flannery's father, he was Killed in action two weeks later on August 1, 1864 by Federals.
Young, Joseph
Quantrill
Captured Lt. Randlett at Abrey. After the war became a printer.
Young, George W.
Quantrill
Attended reunions. Died August 27, 1920.
Younger, James Henry 'Jim'
Todd
Survived war. Brother of Coleman. Joined in 1864 at age 16. Went to Kentucky with Quantrill. Surrendered by Capt. Henry Porter to Capt. Young, US Army, at Samuel's Depot, Nelson County, Kentucky, on July 26, 1865. Captured by posse after Northfield, MN, robbery which was in concert with the James'. Sent to penitentiary. Requested parole on October 13, 1902. It was refused. Found dead at Reardon Hotel, St. Paul, MN, of bullet wound in head, October 19, 1902.
Younger, Thomas Coleman "Cole"
Quantrill
Father killed in 1861 by Captain Walley, 5th MO Militia Cavalry. Joined Quantrill with John Jarrette in October of 1861 at age 18. Listed on a muster roll containing ninety-two names of Quantrill's men. This muster roll was found by yankee troops on one of the dead Missouri Partisan Rangers after battle at Pleasant Hill, Missouri on July 11, 1862. Listed there as "Coal Younger." Was at Independence, Lawrence and Baxter Springs. Survived war. Captured on Northfield, MN, robbery of September 7, 1876. Wounded severely. Served 25 years in prison at Stillwater, MN. Died at Lee's Summit, MO on March 21, 1916.
Yowell, Bill
Quantrill
With Quantrill in 1863. On Frank James list of Partisan Rangers c.1910. Also known as "Youell".
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Zack,?
Quantrill, Todd
Negro who became an orderly for Quantrill and Todd after his capture at Baxter Spring, October 6, 1863. Also known as "Rube".


* PLEASE NOTE * The above listing is based on several accounts, sources and a wide variety of historical stories. While there are no complete and fully accurate listings of Missouri Partisan Rangers, this list is provided as an educational tool and not to be considered an "end all" listing.



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