Examination of A.J. Turpin

Title: Examination of A.J. Turpin
Alternate title: Oath of Loyalty
Description: This is A.J. Turpin's 1866 Oath of Loyalty to the United States. Turpin, a 61-year-old Kentucky native, states that he has lived in Missouri for 12 years. He was arrested twice during the war: once in August 1862 for feeding Quantrill's men; and in June 1863 by Lt. Col. Hayes. Turpin declares, "I was always always a strong Union man until the Red legs stole my Property." The oath is No. 191 in a bound volume.
Date original: 1866
Document Type: government_document
Publication Statement: William Jewell Special Collections, Missouri Collection, E2: Volume 1.
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