3 January 1868
McGuire, Andrew M. (fl. 1867)
Title: [Witness' statements in Missouri v. Andrew McGuire regarding Richmond bank robbery]
Signed by Mary Ann Harlow, George Wasson, F.H. Conkey, R. Rimmer, A. Childs, Thomas Woodson, B. Murfee, G. Limerick, Jesse Dean, John Brock, James Chichester, William Barton, John Barnhill, Philip Woodson, Martha Gilpin, George Wapon, and B. Minifer as witnesses. Signed by D.H. Quisenberry, presiding over proceedings. Witnesses report seeing McGuire and four to seven others on the road to Richmond, Missouri, and at the robbery site. Witnesses physically identified defendant and his horse. McGuire identified as a "bushwhacker" and his character is attested to. Witnesses describe the murder of B. Griffin during the course of the robbery. Evidence closed on 4 January 1868. McGuire was found guilty and sentenced to jail with no bail until "further dealt with according to Law."