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1. Battles and Biographies of Missourians or the Civil War Period of Our State Battles and Biographies of Missourians or the Civil War Period of Our State 1900 Portrait and chapter of the book about Colonel Upton Hays, or Upton Hayes, a Confederate officer and Westport citizen during the Civil War, born in Callaway County, Missouri, in 1832 as the great-grandson...

2. Colonel Hayes Colonel Hayes Gravestone of Colonel Hayes.

3. Nathan Scarritt (1821-1890), An Autobiography Nathan Scarritt (1821-1890), An Autobiography Winter 2002 Autobiography written by Nathan Scarritt, local Methodist preacher and early pioneer, for possible inclusion in the United States Biographical Dictionary. He does appear in this publication but his entry...

4. Quantrill and the Border Wars Quantrill and the Border Wars 1910 Portrait of Upton Hays, or Upton Hayes, a prominent citizen of Westport during the Civil War.

5. Recapturing the Jackson County Cavalry and Jo Shelby's Infamous Iron Brigade Recapturing the Jackson County Cavalry and Jo Shelby's Infamous Iron Brigade Autumn//2002 One of the Confederate units in Missouri was the Twelfth Missouri Cavalry also called the "Jackson County Cavalry". The author states that during the Civil War almost 950 officers and men served in the...

6. The Upton Hays Brigade The Upton Hays Brigade June//1968 Portrait and article about Colonel Upton Hays (1832-1864), or Upton Hayes, a Confederate officer and Westport trader born in Callaway County, Missouri, and killed in battle after having his house burned...

7. Three Years with Quantrell: A True Story Three Years with Quantrell: A True Story 1966 Description of Colonel Upton Hays, or Upton Hayes, during Civil War maneuvers and battles in Kansas City and Independence in conjunction with Quantrill's guerrillas. Also a photo of the book's co-author...

8. Upton Hayes Upton Hayes Circa 1890s Charcoal portrait drawing of Colonel Upton Hays [Hayes] in suit. The drawing is signed by the artist. Below the artist's signature is "Col. Upton Hayes" written in different handwriting and black ink.

9. Upton Hays Upton Hays 1861-1865 Papers with information (and illustrations) about Upton Hays, or Upton Hayes, a prominent Westport citizen and Civil War activist, and his friend Richard Yeager (also known as Dick Yeager), a wagon master...

10. Upton Hays: Confederate Officer was Descendant of Daniel Boone Upton Hays: Confederate Officer was Descendant of Daniel Boone May 20, 1987 Brief biography of Upton Hays, great grandson of Daniel Boone, killed while leading a Confederate brigade near Newtonia, Missouri, in October 1862.

11. Westport: 1812--1912 Westport: 1812--1912 1912 Portrait and biographical sketch of Colonel Upton Hays (1832-1864), or Upton Hayes, a Westport businessman and Confederate officer killed in the Civil War in the Kansas City area.