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GEORGE ROGERS CLARK PAPERS

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The Illinois Regiment

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Based on the Microfilmed

George Rogers Clark Papers

At the Virginia State Library and Archives

Compiled by

Richard Eugene Willson, Indexing

Donald E. Gradeless, Ph.D., Editor

For the

Society of Colonial Wars in the State of Illinois

and the

Sons of the Revolution in the State of Illinois

Chicago, Illinois

1998

Copyright ゥ1998 Society of Colonial Wars in the State of Illinois

Copyright ゥ1998-2017 Sons of the Revolution in the State of Illinois

Microfilm Reel Dates Documents

 1 January 1778 - May 1779 1-1220

 2 May 1779 - August 1779 1221-2733

 3 August 1779 - April 1780 2734-5387

 4 May 1780 - November 1780 5388-7867

 5 November 1780 - February 1781 7868-9248

 6 March 1781 - June 1781 9249-11490

 7 July 1781 - September 1781 11491-13111

 8 September 1781 - December 1781 13112-14588

 9 December 1781 - July 1782 14589-16352

10 August 1782 - July 1783 16353-17776

11 July 1783 - August 1784 17777-18820

12 September 1784 - No Dates 18821-19814

13 No Dates 19815-20110

Copyright ゥ1998 Society of Colonial Wars in the State of Illinois

 

Guide to the Index

of George Rogers Clark Papers

of the Virginia State Library and Archives

 

In 1991, the Society of Colonial Wars in the State of Illinois and the Sons of the Revolution in the State of Illinois funded the microfilming of the George Rogers Clark collection of papers pertaining to the Illinois Regiment of Virginia State Forces, persons or matters relating to the Illinois Regiment.

The microfilm edition consists of 13 reels containing 16,858 frames with some 85,000 images of original documents. There was usually more than one document per microfilm frame. The documents were dated from January of 1778 through November 5, 1834. There was no consecutive numbering of the microfilm frames for the 13 reels.

The Society of Colonial Wars in the State of Illinois and the Sons of the Revolution in the State of Illinois funded the indexing of this collection. This index was completed May 18, 1995 and has 97,579 entries for 20,110 documents filmed on 13 microfilm reels. The compiler has abstracted and numbered each document for the separate 2,850 pages of the abstract, which indicates the location of the document on each microfilm frame when there is more than one document on a frame. The index does not refer to the page of the abstract or to the assigned document number.

The below index reference and its explanation will indicate how references have been made to a name or word.

        Example: Casey, Benjamin 1-20

The first number (preceding the "-") represents the microfilm reel number of the George Rogers Clark Papers. The next number refers to the first frame number for the document, which has Benjamin Casey's name. A document may contain more than one reference for a name or subject. The name of subject may appear or may not appear on the first frame of the document. More than 1 reference to a name on a frame will have the number of references enclosed in parenthesis following the reel and page number.

Spelling of surnames vary from document to document. Cross references have been given when an uniformed spelling has been used for an entry. Index entries have usually been given to each spelling of a surname.

A ? will follow a word when there is doubt if the interpretation of the handwriting represented the word used in the index. A ? is used preceding a first name, which is missing or cannot be read. Rank of soldiers and officers has been enclosed in parenthesis following the name whenever the rank can be determined.

 

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GUIDE TO THE ABSTRACT`

The index references are references to a name or word.

Example: Casey, Benjamin, 1-20

The first number preceding the-represents the micro-film reel number of the George Rogers Clark Papers. The next number refers to the first frame number for the document, which has Benjamin Casey's name. A document may contain more than one reference for a name or subject. The name of subject may appear or may not appear on the first frame of the document. The abstracts are arranged in sequential order of a document number followed by the microfilm reel num-ber and the frame [or frame numbers]. Abstract cita-tions are coded in the following manner:

Document-Roll-Frame [Frames]

example: 2715-2-1128
Document 2715 Microfilm Roll 2
Frame 1128.

Example: 2716-2-1129-1131
Document 2716 Microfilm Roll 2
Frames 1129-1131.

Spelling of surnames vary from document to docu-ment. Index entries have been given to each spelling. It was necessary to distinguish some entries due to spelling etc. The following examples will illustrate some clarifications for the entries.

?             will follow a word when there is doubt in whether the interpretation of the
              handwriting represents the word used in the index.

(?)           Parenthesis with a question mark was used when the name was not given.

()             Parenthesis with a word has been used to re-port rank of other identification
              for a person or spelling of a name.

[ ]           A word enclosed with brackets has been used when the document does  
              not indicate the given name or ull name or identification but earlier
             documents have provided details. Some other sources may be used
              to provide the word enclosed in brackets.



Microfilm # 1 - Microfilm # 2 - Microfilm # 3 - Microfilm # 4 - Microfilm # 5 - Microfilm # 6 - Microfilm # 7 - Microfilm # 8 - Microfilm # 9 - Microfilm #10 - Microfilm #11 - Microfilm #12 - Microfilm #13

Microfilm #1

BOX 614-FOLDER 1

PAPERS 1776-1777

FRAMES #1 43

26 different documents in Folder 1 filmed on 43 frames.

1-1-1-2-Sept. 18, 1777: Discharge of Capt. Joseph Bowman, who served as a spy from April 14, 1776 until Sept. 18, 1777 for 158 days in the company of Col. John Bowman with Henry Partling. Allowed 25 days to return home. Signed by Henry Partling. John Bowman's name appears under Partling's.

2-1-3-4-Oct. 27, 1777: Provisions for 2 men, who served 6 days under command of Capt. Wm. Harrod at the Falls of Ohio. No. 63. Signed by Harrod.

3-1-5-7-Oct. 4, 1776: Receipt signed and certified by E. Dunlap that Robert Crockett had carried for Peter Perkins flour 270 miles for delivery at the public store at Fort Patrick Henry.

4-1-8-9-April 6, 1777: Receipt No. 4, signed by George Rogers Clark for 299 pounds of pork received from Capt. John Gordon for use of the militia of Kentucky on duty at Harrodsburg in service of the commonwealth of Virginia. Cost of pork was 3 pounds, 14 shillings and 9 pence and was paid to W. Wallace.

5-1-10-11-March 3, 1777-May 25, 1777: There are three different documents-1-0010 with the verso of each document-1-11.: Top document is No. 12. Dated March 15, 1777 and is a receipt that Jos Lindsay received 12 and 1/2 bushels of corn from Abraham Chaplin for use of the militia of Kentucky County in the territory of the commonwealth of Virginia at Harrodsburg, Kentucky. Cost 1 pound, 7 shillings.

6-1-10-11-May 25, 1777: Middle document is No. 11. Dated May 25, 1777. Signed by George Rogers Clark, who received 428 pounds of pork from John Gordon for use of the militia of Kentucky on duty at Harrodsburg in service of the commonwealth of Virginia. Cost 5 pounds, 7 shillings.

7-1-10-11-March 3, 1777: Bottom document is No. 1. Dated March 3, 1777. George Rogers Clark appointed Samuel Moore as a spy at Harrodsburg and his payment was 32 pounds and 18 shillings.

8-1-12-13-[May 30,] 1777: Listed as faded documents by the microfilmer. Difficult to read. Appears to be a regimental list of company staff officers with statistical data for number of men by rank of colonel, major, lieutenant, ensign, adjutant, sergeant major, sergeant, and drummers. Difficult to identify all ranks. Can identify 8th of part of a regiment. The list indicates there were [?] staff officers of 1 colonel, 1 major,and 1 adjutant. The only names listed are for 8 captains but only the following 6 names were identified as captains: Dark, Clark, Westfall, Stephenson, Croghan and Barry. The columns of the chart listed number of soldiers by rank for each captain's company. The largest figures, which can be recognized are 108, 111, and 123.

9-1-14-15-March 24, 1777-Dec. 26, 1783: Four documents indicating service rendered to the militia of Kentucky County, commonwealth of Virginia on duty at Harrodsburg, Kentucky are included on the 2 frames. Top document. June 28, 1777. W. Emery certified receiving 6 shillings and 3 pence from Thomas C. Martin for wagon driven by 4 horses. William Auglette is also listed in the transaction.

10-1-14-15-March 24, 1777: Second document. No. 6. Jos Lindsay, commissary at Harrodsburg April 28, 1777 certified that Abraham Chaplin provided his horse 34 days. Names: George Rogers Clark and John [Esmer] and right to indian plunder.

11-1-14-15-March 24, 1777: Third document. March 24, 1777. Jos Lindsay, commissary at Harrodsburg, Kentucky certified that Abraham Chaplin had his horse 7 days in service. Approved and signed by George Rogers Clark. Paid 0 pounds, 8 shillings, and 9 pence.

12-1-14-15-March 24, 1777: Bottom document. No. 8. March 24, 1777. George Rogers Clark certified he had received from John Gordon 199 pounds of pork for use of militia at Harrodsburg. Payment 2 pounds, 2 shillings, and 2 pence. Not paid until May 20, 1783: Document 13-1-16-17. May 27, 1777-June 27, 1777: Account of William Green with the commonwealth of Virginia for wages due him, Cornelius Dabney, Joel Mickens, David Linn, Capt. Witham, Linn Case and [?] Ivy. 1777. Sworn at Williamsburg, Va. June 25, 1777. Other names W. Auglette and J. Prentis.

14-1-18-19-June 10, 1777: Account of Benjamin Harrison with commonwealth of Virginia. Capt. William Lynn listed. June 7-10, 1777:

15-1-20-21-Dec. 5, 1776-Jan. 10,1777. Account of Benjamin Harrison with the commonwealth of Virginia for pay rations for troops on the Ohio at Fort Pitt and Fort Patrick Henry to Dec. 5, 1776. Costs for corn, payments to feed horses and payments for Maj. John North; Lieutenant George Rice; Conway Oldham; Capt. Stephen Ashby; Ebenzas Zane; Andrew Wallace; Capt. Arbuckle's company; Capt. William [McKee]; Benjamin Casey; Ensign Rich [Kent]; Ensign Dan [Houlob]; [?] Waggoner; and [Logaman] Shipling. examined by Thomas Everhard and Jacob Bruce.

16-1-22-23-Jan. 28, 1777: Order of Capt. William Linn to pay Oliver Pollock and Shimpley of New Orleans $280.00 and 3 royals for sundry articles supplied the barge of Capt. Linn and company. Names: John Kennedy and Andrew McClure.

17-1-24-25-Jan. 15, 1777: Order of William Linn to pay Francois Menar on demand $1,080.00 for sundries. Order was to Oliver Pollock and [Feroume].

18-1-26-27-Dec. 14, 1776: An order for $600.00 to be taken from William Linn's account for provisions. Names mentioned are Mr. Pievoe and Mr. Golford.

19-1-28-29-Oct. 29-Dec. 1776: William Linn certified Oct. 29, 1776 that he had taken 2 barrels of taffie [taffy] sent by Oliver Pollock of New Orleans. References that the Padron had wanted 1 barrel and that militia men were sick. Names included Andrew McClure, George Aubrey, John Polk, John Smith, and Lawrence Harrison.

20-1-30-31-Oct. 30, 1776: Certificate No. 3. Wm. Lynn. For taffia. Names: J. Pelline.

21-1-32-33-Jan. 1, 1777: Order from William Linn to Oliver Pollock. Instructed Pollock to pay Mr. Lewis Charleville on order $79.00 to be applied to William Linn's account. Location Oas, Arkansas. Names: Menare; Ralph Zelinway, agent.

22-1-34-35-March 3, 1777: Instructions, written at the mouth of the Ohio, by Capt. William Linn to Oliver Pollock, merchant of New Orleans to pay Mr. Thomas Bentley $60.00 for use of the company at the mouth of the Ohio. Mentions William Harrison, Peter Walker and David Ross.

23-1-36-37-Jan. 20, 1777: Order No. 6. Instructions from William Linn on the Mississippi to Oliver Pollock at New Orleans to pay $35.00 to Joseph Thomas.

24-1-38-39-Sept. 29, 1776: Receipt No. 1. Wm. Davis received for William Linn company one bullock? or waight from Oliver Pollock plantation. Cost 452 pounds.

25-1-40-41-Jan. 22, 1777: Instructions from William Linn to Oliver Pollock, New Orleans. Major William Williams to pay $634.00 and 7 royals for sundry necessary supplies for the barges, Capt. Linn and company for use of the colonist in America located on the Mississippi. Names John Menn, Jr.; Andrew McClure; and John J. Kennedy.

26-1-42-43-Dec. 29, 1776: Instructions to obtain from Oliver Pollock 2,687 pounds of flour at the cost of $133.00. and 3 1/2 royals. Charged to the account of the colinos of Amorsa at Osark. Witnessed by Ensign Andrew McClure and Ralph Beruralt. Names Louis Charleville.

BOX 614-FOLDER 2

PAPERS-JAN. 1778

FRAMES #44-72

13 documents on 29 frames.

27-1-44-47-Jan. 2, 1778: Williamsburg, Va. order of instructions of Patrick Henry to Lt. Col. George Rogers Clark to raise 7 companies of soldiers with 50 men each and officers for purpose of attacking the British fort at Kaskaskia. The destination of the expedition was to be kept a secret. The capture of the fort would provide artillery stores, provisions and ammunition. Transportation of troop was to be provided by boats from Fort Polk. Capt. Smith of Fort Polk was informed of the expedition. Clark was advised how to treat British, Indians and others, who might come under his control. Clark was made a commander of the corps which would be considered a militia of Va. References to a new garrison to be set up at Kaskaskia; France; Spain; Indians; and local inhabitants. The fort was to be established near the mouth of the Ohio River. Clark was to apply to General Hand for powder and lead for the expedition. There is a reference made to Capt. Lynn's dealing with a person (probably Oliver Pollock) for supplies in New Orleans. Microfilm copy of document was made from a Feb. 18, 1860 facsimile of Patrick Henry's Letter.

28-1-48-50. Identical content and words of that listed on frames #44-#47 but has a notation that is a lithograph made in 1869 of the original in the Indiana Historical Society.

29-1-51-52-Nov. 19, 1778: No. 225. Written in French. Payment of funds Capt. James Harrod for Charles Valle'.

30-1-53-54-Nov. 19, 1778. Written in French. Request for George Rogers Clark to pay M. Datchoral and Luis Danon. Transaction was for salt. Clark is listed as commanding officer at Kaskaskia. Signed by Capt. James Harrod.

31-1-55-56-[Jan. 1, 1778]. Provisions for 52 men for 7 days at the Falls of Ohio. Dated Jan. 1, [1778]. William Harrod was commander for the men. Provisions included 455 [pounds] of flour, 546 [pounds] of beef and 6 4/8 [quarts] of salt.

32-1-57-58-Jan. 17, 1778: No. 117. Signed by Capt. William Harrod at the Falls of Ohio for provisions/rations for 7 days for the company of Capt. James Harrod.

33-1-59-60-Jan. 11, 1778: No. 106 Ration/provisions of flour and salt for men of Capt. James Harrod's company for 7 days. Signed by William Harrod at the Falls of Ohio.

34-1-61-62-Jan. 15, 1778: No. 113. Jacob Fry, commissary at the Falls of Ohio gave 20 pounds of flour and 3 1/2 pints of salt for John Lawrence. Signed by Capt. William Harrod.

36-1-65-June 4, 1778: [Fred] L. [Green] signed a receipt that he had received 449 pounds of fresh beef from Michael Bulyuia for use of troops at [Kaskaskia].

37-1-66-67-Jan. 12, 1778: No. 28. Twenty rations for Jan. 9-12, 1778 for Col. [Westfall]. Signed by John Montgomery.

38-1-68-69-Sept. 1, 1778: No. 26. Ammunition ration for one man in Capt. James Harrod's company at the Falls of Ohio. Signed by Lt. James [Porter].

39-1-70-Jan. 17, 1778: Provisions for five men for 3 days at the Falls of Ohio. Signed by Capt. William Harrod.

40-1-71-72-Jan. 17, 1778: Idemtical to Frame 70 except for No. 116 on verso of document.

BOX 614-FOLDER 3

PAPERS-MARCH 1778

FRAMES #73-77

3 different documents filmed on 5 frames.

41-1-74-March 12, 1778: George Rogers Clark instructed the issuing commissary to issue 1 bushel of corn, 5 pounds of pork to the squaw who furnished men with provisions on their way to attack Governor Hamilton. Names John Bowman.

42-1-75-March 7, 1778: Provisions for [719] men for 2 days at Fort Patrick Henry. Names: Capt. John Bowman and (?) [Keller].

43-1-76-77-Jan. 2, 1778-March 30, 1778: No. 256. Account for expenditures for 109 days from Jan. 2, 1778 to March 30, 1778. Cost for expedition against F. C. Cost for forage for horses. Names: Major M. Smith.

BOX 614-FOLDER 4

PAPERS APRIL 1778

FRAMES #78-80

3 different documents filmed on 3 frames.

44-1-79-80-April 24, 1778: Top document of Frame. John Bowman signed that account for payment of one pound was proven to him April 24, 1778. Names listed in receipt are Robert [Stewert] and Sergt. [Strantz]. Payments for service and (guns?) may have been issued.

45-1-79-80-April 9, 1778: Second document on Frame. Expense of 42 shillings and 6 pence for bacon for use of Capt. Leonard Helm's Company. Names listed Lt. Henry Floyd. Witnessed by William Helm.

46-1-79-80-April 8, 1778: Third document on Frame. No. 3. Capt. William Helm received $8 and 1/5 from, George Rogers Clark for flour for use of Helm's company.

BOX 614-FOLDER 5

PAPERS MAY 1778

FRAMES #81-#85

2 documents in Folder 5 filmed on 4 frames.

47-1-81-83-May 6, 1778: Order No. 253 from John Bowman to George Rogers Clark, Commander of the Illinois County to pay $454.50 for furniture for the troops at Kaskaskia.

48-1-84-85-May 13, 1778: No. 9. Invoice for flour bought and received from John Maxwell for the Kentucky Expedition under the command of George R. Clark.

BOX 614-FOLDER 6

PAPERS JUNE-JULY 1778

FRAMES #86-#97

7 documents in Folder 6 filmed on 11 frames.

49-1-87-88-June 10, 1778: Written in French. Account of Capt. Bowman from Monsieur Verrault. Bill of exchange from [Oliver] Pollock. Could not ascertain items listed.

50-1-89-90-July 16, 1778: Top document. John Rogers received from W. Farrah 332 pounds of beef for use at the garrison of Fort Clarke.

51-1-89-90-July 8, 1778: Second or bottom document on frames. Written in French. Supplies or provisions for three men in the Company of Capt. Richard McCarty, who signed as Captain of the Illinois Battery.

52-1-91-August 5, 1779: Itemized expenditures for troops stationed at Kohoas (Cahokia) under command of Major Joseph Bowman and sent to George Rogers Clark. Certified by Bowman at Fort Patrick Henry. Total cost was $4,015. Names listed were (?) Hanson, Charles Godran, (?) Brady, Capt. [Richard] McCarty, M. Volsey, (?) Barbians, (?) Brawfieur, and (?) Kenell.

53-1-92-93-July 25, 1778: Order sent by William Linn at Kaskaskia to Oliver Pollock at New Orleans. Named was Gabriel Cere.

54-1-94-95-July 25, 1778: George Rogers Clark's order from Kaskaskia to Oliver Pollock at New Orleans. Instructed Pollock to pay $1,273 to Gabriel Cere for value received for use of the United States. Cost to be charged to the state of Virginia.

55-1-96-97-July 10, 1778: No. 1. David Kennedy certified that he received 9 rations for himself and Major Parkham from Peter Light.

BOX 614-FOLDER 7

PAPERS-AUGUST 1778

FRAMES #98-#144

25 documents in Folder 7 filmed on 47 frames.

56-1-99-101-August 15, 1778: No. 36. Fort Clark, Kaskaskia, Illinois. George Rogers Clark, Colonel in the Virginia troops and commandant of the Eastern Illinois and its dependencies of Virginia by virtue of his power and authority given him by Governor Patrick Henry appointed Daniel Murray as commissary in the service of Virginia. Funds of 262 pounds, 10 shillings and 4 pence were given to Murray.

57-1-102-103-July 24, 1778: George Rogers Clark at Kaskaskia, Illinois sent bill of exchange for $516.25 to Oliver Pollock of New Orleans, who was to pay M. Rapicault.

58-1-104-105-July 25, 1778: William Linn at Kaskaskia, Illinois requested a bill of exchange for $96.25 from Oliver Pollock of New Orleans. Funds were to be given to Simon (Huberdean?). Verso of document is written in French and is in reference to the bill of exchange.

59-1-106-107-August 6, 1778: Order for bill of exchange for $42.00 from John Park Bacon to Oliver Pollock.

60-1-108-109-July 25, 1778: Order of bill of exchange for $329.75 from George Rogers Clark at Kaskaskia, Illinois to Oliver Pollock at New Orleans. Funds were given to Simon (Huberdean?)

61-1-110-111-August 6, 1778: Order for bill of exchange from George Rogers Clark at Kaskaskia, Illinois to Oliver Pollock at New Orleans. Funds were to be given to Jean Baptiste Laffont.

62-1-112-113-August 10, 1778: Order for bill of exchange for $29.00 and 5 royals from George Rogers Clark at Kaskaskia, Illinois to Oliver Pollock. Funds were to be paid to M. Rapicault.

63-1-114-115-No Date: film label indicated the document was faded. Order for bill of exchange for $358.50 from George Rogers Clark at Kaskaskia, Illinois to Oliver Pollock at New Orleans. Funds were owed to Jean Baptiste Laffont. Verso of document written in French.

64-1-116-117-July 18, 1778: Order of John Bowman to Oliver Pollock for $63.00 paid to Ferncolt Flavy for goods, which he furnished Bowman's company.

65-1-118-119-August 14, 1778: Invoice of Daniel Murray, agent for the state of Virginia to the U. S. of America for 20 bottles of rum supplied to Col. George Rogers Clark's detachment for refreshments after it had taken possession of the Illinois Country. 4 bottles were ordered by Clark for refreshments for Capt. Bowman's party on their arrival from Cahokia. 5 quarts of rum was supplied to Michael (Hind?) and party which came from Cahokia by water.

66-1-120-August 1778: John Montgomery stated he was sent by General Clark from Illinois to the government. Captains Joseph Bowman and William Harrod continued him on their pay lists. Statement was made to help clarify General Clark's accounts.

67-1-121-122-August 8, 1778: No. 2. James McGranahan certified he had received from Peter Light 272 rations for himself and horse drivers.

68-1-123-124-August 6, 1778: Top document of frame. Charles Stewart certified he had received one ration for hired employees from Peter Light.

69-1-123-124-August 17, 1778: Second document on frame concerns payment for Michael Gerault whose pay was adjusted for difference between lieutenant and captain.

70-1-123-124-August 17, 1778: Third document on frame. William Gellimey stated he had received 18 rations for himself and pack horse drivers from Peter Light.

71-1-125-126-August 6, 1778: Account of Capt. William Harrod for expenditures and payments. Names: Oliver Pollock, Lieut. Swan, Lieut. Brasham, Lafont, Murray and M. Cere.

72-1-127-128-August 1778: John Parker Bacon certified articles needed for soldiers to use when going on expedition to Nachetoche and to prepare for Lieutenant Georges. Expenditures listed were for iron pot, kettles, tomahawks, pork, taffia (Taffee), rum and knifes.

73-1-129-131-August 6, 1778: Payment accounts sent to George Rogers Clark for Captain John Montgomery at Kaskaskia, Illinois. No. 82. Names: Oliver Pollock, Madam Bentley, and to Simon at the Cahokia River for ferry service at the Cahokia River.

74-1-132-August 5, 1778: Bill of exchange for payroll and other expenses of Captain Joseph Bowman. Sent to George Rogers Clark and Oliver Pollock. No names are listed for pay role. Payment for taffee and coffee. Lieut. Keller listed.

75-1-133-August 6, 1778: No. 80. Accounting for payroll of Capt. Bowman. No names.

76-1-134-August 8, 1778: Microfilmer indicate this was a faded document. Bill for liquor for use of soldiers. Approval given by George Rogers Clark. Cannot identify other names.

77-1-135-August 4, 1778: No. 14. Portions of document for expenditures for rum. No other identification.

78-1-136-#137-August 5, 1778: No. 34. Payroll sent to the auditor for Sergeant James Asby of Capt. Dillar's Company. Reference to George Rogers Clark.

79-1-138-#139-August 10, 1778: Written in French. Receipt for 30 pounds from Lafonde for a fund sold.

80-1-140-#144-August 6, 1778: No. 180. Written in French. Receipt signed by Laffont. Names P. Gibaul, Fort Vincennes, and Le Gras.

BOX 614-FOLDER 8

PAPERS SEPTEMBER 1778

FRAMES #145-#205

45 documents in Folder 8 filmed on 60 frames.

81-1-146-August 6, 1778: Order of Bill of exchange for $60.00 from William Linn at Kaskaskia, Illinois to Oliver Pollock at New Orleans. Funds were to be given to Mr. Laffont.

82-1-147-149-August 6, 1778: Bill of exchange for $ 160.25 from Colonel Linn at Kaskaskia, Illinois to Oliver Pollock, merchant at New Orleans. Other names listed were Charles Charleville and Mr. Laffont. Some portions of document written in French. Dated 8 June 1779. Verso of document has no. 60 and no. 23 and was dated September 1778: Document 83-1-150-151-August 7, 1778: No. 27. Bill of exchange for $1100. from George Rogers Clark at Kaskaskia, Illinois to Oliver Pollock, merchant at New Orleans. Funds were to be provided to Andrew Fagottt.

84-1-152-154-August 14, 1778: No. 31. Bill of Exchange for $ 151. from George Rogers Clark at Kaskaskia, Illinois to Oliver Pollock, New Orleans. Funds to be paid to John Datchunt?

85-1-155-156-August 14, 1778: No. 32. Bill of exchange for $146. from George Rogers Clark at Kaskaskia to Oliver Pollock at New Orleans to pay Simon Huberdeau.

86-1-157-158-August 14, 1778: No. 33. George Rogers Clark requested Oliver Pollock of New Orleans to pay $ 544 and 3/5 to Jean Baptist Laffont and to charge to the account of the State of Virginia. Paid Sept. 1778: Document 87-1-159-160-August 7, 1778: George Rogers Clark at Kaskaskia, Illinois requested bill of exchange for $111. from Oliver Pollock at New Orleans. Payment to Antonia Moram for use of service for the State of Virginia.

88-1-161-162-July 15, 1778: No. 20. George Rogers Clark at Kaskaskia, Illinois requested bill of exchange from Oliver Pollock of New Orleans for payment of 1426 livre to Jean Baptist Laffont. Charged Virginia. Paid Sept. 1778:

89-1-163-164-August 7, 1778: No. 26. George Rogers Clark at Kaskaskia, Illinois requested bill of exchange for $2,780. for use of the state of Virginia from Oliver Pollock, merchant at New Orleans to pay Charles charleville.

90-1-165-166-August 8, 1778: No. 22 George Rogers Clark at Kaskaskia, Illinois requested bill of exchange from Oliver Pollock at New Orleans for $657. to be charged to the state of Virginia for payment to Jean Baptist Laffont. Some portions of document written in French.

91-1-167-168-September 19, 1778: No. 6. Receipt signed by David Kennedy Kell? that he had received 175 rations from Peter Light for his use and horse drivers in the service of the state of Virginia.

92-1-169-170-Oct. 29, 1778: Instructions written by Helm of Fort Patrick Henry to pay Major Legras 3,804 livres for sundry articles requested by George Rogers Clark, Commander of the Illinois.

93-1-171-172-Aug. 3, 1778: No. 29. George Rogers Clark at Kaskaskia requested a bill of exchange for $738.75 from Oliver Pollock at New Orleans for payment to Mr Datchuny. Paid Sept. 1778. Some of Document in French.

94-1-173-174-Sept. 29, 1778: First of two Documents on same frames. The commissary Received from George Rogers Clark $777 for provisions furnished to the troops under Clark's command at Kaskaskia, Illinois. No. 261. Signed by (?) Roy?

95-1-173-174-Sept. 27, 1778: Second Document on frame. Dan Murray paid $6. for indian corn for use of the troops of Virginia quartered at Fort Clark. No. 118.

96-1-175-176-Sept. 30, 1778: No. 263. Charles Charleville received from George Rogers Clark $428 and one livre and 12 sou for charges against the state of Virginia at Kaskaskia, Illinois.

97-1-177-178-Dec. 29, 1778: No. 211. Written in French. An invoice or accounting for carpentry work done at the Fort for Colonel Clark. Cost 218 livres and 10 sou, which was equivalent to $43.75. Payment to (?) Ceuasseu.

98-1-179-180-Sept. 18, 1778: First Document on frame. No. 264. Dan Murray, commissary, received 370 pounds of flour from Mr. Charleville for use of the troops of the state of Virginia at Fort Clark, Illinois Country, Kaskaskia. Cost 22 livres and 1 sou.

99-1-179-180-No Identifiable date: Second Document on frame. Lt. Abraham Kellar? and Capt. Wm. Homes received provisions for 7 soldiers in Capt. Bowman's company for 20 days.

100-1-181-182 Sept. 11, 1778: First Document on frame. No. 5. James McGhanna? signed that he had received 18 rations for himself and horse drivers in the service of the U. S. from Peter Light.

101-1-181-182-Sept. 9, 1778: Second Document on frame. Authorization for payment of 400 livres for 1 horse bridle and saddle bought from Mr. Aoni?. Signed by (?) Henry at Kaskaskia, Illinois. George Rogers Clark name also listed. $80. was the equivalent for 400 livres.

102-1-183-184-Sept. 3, 1778: No. 25. French text. Receipt for 500 pounds of powder. Reference to ? Perraull of New Orleans.

103-1-185-186-Sept. 29, 1778: Top Document. Provisions of 3 days of salt for two men of Capt. William Harrod's company was received by Capt. William Harrod.

104-1-185-186-Sept. 20, 1778: Second Document on frame. Provision of flour for 3 days for six men under command of Capt. William Harrod.

105-1-187-Sept. 26, 1778: First Document on frame. Capt. Wm. Herrod singed for provision of ammunition of half pound of power and 2 pounds of lead.

106-1-187-Sept. 25, 1778: Second Document on frame. Capt. William Herrod of the Falls of Ohio signed for three days provisions of flour and salt for 50 men under his command.

107-1-188-190-Sept. 26, 1778: Identical to 105-1-187.

108-1-188-190-Sept. 25, 1778: Identical to 106 except for no. 38 on verso.

109-1-191-192-Sept. 23, 1778: Request for provisions sent to the commissary for beef and salt for 57 men for 5 days at the Falls of Ohio under command of Capt. William Harrod.

110-1-191-192-Sept. 18, 1778: Request sent to the commissary for provision for 9 men of Capt. William Harrod's company for 23 days at the Falls of Ohio.

111-1-193-194-Sept. 18, 1778: No. 42. Request for rations for 57 men under the command of Capt. Wm. Harrod at the Falls of Ohio.

112-1-195-196-Sept. 14, 1778: Microfilmer indicated Document was faded. A ration return for 56 men in the service of Difrant's? company of the Kentucky militia under the command of Wm. Harrod at the Falls of Ohio. Signed by Harrod and commissary W. Jacob Peyatt.

113-1-197-198-Sept. 1778: Inventory of goods purchased by Col. John Montgomery at Kaskaskia, Illinois for the use of the state of Virginia. Expenditures for 4 barrels of rum and 4 casks of sugar. Could not identify other items. Also named was John Dodge, Agent for the State of Virginia.

114-1-199-200-Sept. 9, 1778: No. 164. First Document on frames. (?) Huston received salt for use of the people of Logan's Fort from Jacob Peayett, commissary.

115-1-199-200-Sept. 19, 1778: Second Document on frames. No. 43. Provisions for 50 men for 3 days under the command of Capt. Wm. Harrod at the Falls of Ohio. Other names listed were Jacob Peayett.

116-1-199-200-Sept. 9, 1778: John Boumac at the Falls of Ohio received 4 bushels of salt for the people of Logan's Fort.

117-1-201-Sept. 13, 1778 First of three Documents on frame. Lieut. Abraham Kellar and Capt. Wm. Herrod signed for provisions of salt for 4 men for 4 days.

118-1-201-Sept. 1778: Second Document on frame. Lieut. Abraham Kellar and Capt. Wm. Herrod sent a request for ammunition including 3 pounds of powder and 6 pounds of lead to the Quartermaster for ammunition for 6 men for Capt. Bowman's company who were going to the Illinois Country.

119-1-201-Sept. 9, 1778: Third Document on frame. Ammunition provision of 14 pounds of powder and 1/2 pound of lead for 5 men. Signed by Lieut. Todar? and Capt. Wm. Herrod.

120-1-202-Sept. 1778: Rations for 5 men for 5 days. Signed by Lieut. Abraham Kellar and Capt. Wm. Herrod.

121-1-203-Sept. 1778: No. 38. Identical to on Frame 201.

122-1-203-Sept. 1778: No. 23. Identical to Document-1-201.

123-1-203-Sept. 9, 1778: No. 40. Identical to Document-1-201.

124-1-204-205-Sept. 13, 1778: No. 36. First Document on frames. A provision return for 3 days for 14? men of Difrant company of the Kentucky militia under the command of Capt. William Harrod at the Falls of Ohio.

RECORD GROUP #148-MICROFILM #1

125-1-204-205-Sept. 9, 1778: No. 40. Second Document on frames. Charles Charleville was to be paid 97 livres for sundry articles furnished for the account at Kaskaskia, Illinois. Named Moss? Henry and George Rogers Clark.

BOX 614-FOLDER 9

PAPERS OCTOBER 1778

FRAMES #207-259

47 Documents filmed on 52 frames in folder 9.

126-1-207-208 -Aug. 14, 1778: No. 34. Bill of exchange sent by George Rogers Clark from Kaskaskia, Illinois to Oliver Pollock for $358. payment of sundry furnishings to the state of Virginia. Payment to Jean Baptist Laffont. Some French text.

127-1-209-210-Oct. 30, 1778: First Document. No. 15. Rations for 2 days for one man from Capt. Todar? company. Signed by Wm. Herrod at the Falls of the Ohio. Microfilmer reported as faded Document.

128-1-209-210-Oct. 4, 1778: Second Document on frame. No. 66. Provision for 2 men for 2 days. Signed by Lieut. John Logan, and Capt. William Herrod.

129-1-209-210-Oct. 27, 1778: Third Document on frame. No. 68. Provision of flour and salt for 21 men for 6 days under the command of Capt. William Herrod.

130-1-211-212-Oct. 27, 1778: First Document on frame. No. 64. Receipt of 30 pounds of flour given by Jacob Piatt, commissary to Capt. William Harrod company.

131-1-211-212-Oct. 1778: Second Document on frame. No. 52. Provisions for flour and 1/2 pint of salt for one man of Capt. Todd? company for 5 days. Signed by Wm. Herrod at the Falls of Ohio.

132-1-213-214-Oct. 20, 1778: First Document on frame. No. 60. Provision return for 16 men under command of Capt. James Herrod for 4 days on their way to the [Illinois]. Signed by Capt. Wm. Herrod.

133-1-213-215-Oct. 23, 1778: Second Document. No. 37. Ammunition for 40 under command of Capt. Wm. Herrod. Incomplete Document. At Falls of Ohio.

134-1-216-219-October 1, 1778: No. 49. First Document on frame. Faded. Return provisions for 3 days for 53 men of Capt. William Harrod's company.

135-1-216-219-October 22, 1778: No. 61. Second Document-1-216. Faded. Return provisions of flour, beef and salt for 6 days for 43 men under the command of Capt. William Harrod at the Falls of Ohio.

136-1-220-October 20, 1778: First Document on frame. Return provisions for salt for 6 men under the command of Capt. James Harrod for a trip to the " Ill of Noies".

137-1-220-October 15, 1778: Second Document on frame. Provisions of salt for 61 men under the command of Capt. William Harrod at the Falls of Ohio.

138-1-220-October 16, 1778: Third Document on frame. Provisions for one man of Capt. William Harrod's company for 1 day.

139-1-221-222-October 20, 1778: No. 59. First Document on frame. Ration of salt for 16 men under command of Capt. James Harrod for 14 days for a trip to the "Ill of Noies." [Illinois].

140-1-221-222-October 13, 1778: No. 56. Second Document on frame. Rations of salt provided by Mr. Pyatt, commissary, for 61 men of Capt. William Harrod's company at the Falls of Ohio.

141-1-221-222-October 16, 1778: No. 57. Third Document on frame. Ration for 9 days for 1 man of Capt. William Harrod's company.

142-1-223-224-October 20, 1778: No. 44. Top Document of frame. Ammunition of lead and powder for 16 men under command of Capt. James Harrod. Signed by Capt. William Harrod.

143-1-223-224: No. 50. Center Document of frame. Provisions authorized by Capt. William Harrod for 1 man of Capt. Tod company for 4 days.

144-1-223-224-October 8, 1778: No. 51. Bottom Document on frame. Provision for 8 men for 5 days. Signed by Capt. William Harrod of the Falls of Ohio.

145-1-225-226-October 12, 1778: No. 54. Provisions for 6? men for 3 days under command of Capt. William Harrod at the Falls of Ohio.

146-1-227-228-October 3, 1778: No. 53. Mr. Pyeatt, commissary gave Salt provisions for 3 days for 61 men under command of Capt. William Harrod of the Falls of Ohio.

147-1-2229-230-October 12, 1778: No. 55. Capt. William Harrod requested return provisions for 19 men of Lieutenant Johnson? company for trip on their way home to Kentucky.

148-1-231-October 13, 1778: Top Document of frame. Jacob Pyeatt, commissary at the Falls of Ohio provided 90 pounds of flour to Capt. William Harrod for use of the Frenchmen.

149-1-231-October 13, 1778: Bottom Document of frame. Lead and powder were requested by Capt. William Harrod.

150-1-232-233-October 12, 1778: No. 156. Top Document of frame. Identical to 148 except for 156 of verso.

151-1-232-233-October 13, 1778: No. 45. Bottom Document of frame. Identical to 149 except for No. 45 on verso.

152-1-234-235-October 30, 1778: No. 7. Top Document. Robert Allisas? received 8 rations from Peter Light for business done for the U. S.

153-1-234-235-October 8, 1778: No. 50. Center Document. Provisions for 5 days for 54 men under the command of Capt. William Harrod at the Falls of Ohio.

154-1-234-235-October 3, 1778: Bottom Document. Dan Murray, commissary at Kaskaskia received 200 pounds of flour from Mr. Rogo Beausais for use of the troops of the state of Virginia at Fort Clark, Kaskaskia, Illinois.

155-1-236-237-October 1, 1778: No. 20. Top Document. Dan Murray, commissary at Fort Clark, Kaskaskia, Illinois received 200 pounds of flour from Mr. Vitale Beausais for use of the troops of the state of Virginia.

156-1-236-237-October 3, 1778: No. 122. Bottom Document. Dan Murray, commissary at Fort Clark, Kaskaskia, Illinois received two ? indian corn from Mr. Racine for use of troops.

157-1-238-October 16, 1778: George Rogers Clark at Kaskaskia, Illinois requested a bill of exchange for $670 from Oliver Pollock of New Orleans. Payment to be given to Joseph Duplapsy?

158-1-239-240-October 19, 1778: The house of Delegates of the Virginia legislature approved a pension for Stephen Fisher, who was a pack horse master in a detachment of the Virginia militia sent to Kentucky under Col. Bowman for defense of that area where Fisher was wounded while the militia was fighting the indians. Fisher was wounded in the

158-1-239-240-October 19, 1778-continued: shoulder and became incapable of getting subsistence for himself and large family. He was awarded 30 pounds for his personal relief and an allowance of 3 shillings per day for 3 years from October 25, 1778. Signed by John Beckley, clerk.

159-1-241-242-October 31, 1778: No. 67. Top Document. Capt. William Harrod authorized provisions of flour for 3 men, who were under the command of Capt. John Mooder?

160-1-241-242-October 24, 1778: No. 245. Bottom Document. Capt. ? Helm, commander at Fort Patrick Henry notified Col. George Rogers Clark, Commander in Illinois to pay Monsieur Cupon $742 for corn and hay furnished the garrison at Fort Patrick Henry.

161-1-243-244-October 24, 1778: No. 246. Top Document. Capt. ? Helm instructed George Rogers Clark, Commander of the Illinois to pay Monsieur Chapoton 1055 livres for sundry things furnished for the state of Virginia at Fort Patrick Henry.

162-1-243-244-October 7, 1778: No. 52. Bottom Document. Capt. William Harrod requested provisions for 13 days at the Falls of Ohio.

163-1-245-246: No. 227 and 228. Top Document. Capt. William Harrod at Fort Lin at the Falls of Ohio received of McIntire? 102 and 1/2 pounds of powder and 185 and 1/2 pounds of lead. Cost $1.00 per pound. George Rogers Clark's initials are on receipt.

164-1-245-246-October 18, 1778: No. 125. Bottom Document. Dan Murray, Commissary at Fort Clark at Kaskaskia, Illinois received 100 pounds of flour from Monsieur Bienvinue for use of the troop of Virginia at Fort Clark.

165-1-247-248-October 16, 1778: No. 112. Top Document. Receipt of Dan Murray, Commissary at Fort Clark for 100 pounds of flour from Monsieur Rago Beauvais for us of the Virginia troops at Kaskaskia, Illinois.

166-1-247-248-October 16, 1778: No. 91. Bottom Document. Hugh Binicy? received 66 rations from Peter Light for himself and horse drivers, who were employed in the service of the U. S.

167-1-249-250-October 16, 1778: No. 35. Top Document. Bill of exchange requested by George Rogers Clark at Kaskaskia, Illinois for $ 670.00 and 4 rials from Oliver Pollock. Funds were paid to Joseph Duplasy in Nov. of 1778: Document 168-1-249-250-October 13, 1778: No. 8. Bottom Document. Receipt for Nathan J. Mesing doing business for Cole Pocenoy? in service of the U. S. Other names in the receipt were Peter Light and William Gettemiy.

169-1-251-252: No. 125. Top Document. Dan Murray at Kaskaskia, Illinois received from Monsieur Bienvenue 6 tumbrols? of Indian corn for use of the troops of Virginia quartered at Fort Clark. Cost $281.

170-1-251-252-October 10, 1778: No. 112 . Dan Murray, Commissary, received 100 pounds of flour from Monsieur Rago Beauvais for use of the troops of the state of Virginia quartered at Fort Clark, Kaskaskia, Illinois.

171-1-253-254-October 12, 1778 No. 124. Top Document. Dan Murray, quartermaster at Fort Clark, Kaskaskia, Illinois, received 4 tumbrols of indian corn from Madam Degagne for use of the troops of the state of Virginia at Fort Clark.

172-1-253-254-October 6, 1778: No. 123. Bottom Document. Dan Murray, quartermaster paid $ 6.00 to Madam Racine for 2 tumbrols of indian corn for use of the troop of Virginia at Fort Clark, Kaskaskia, Illinois.

173-1-255-259-October 25, 1778: No. 232. Document has 5 pages with the verso of Document. The verso was listed as faded when microfilmed. Document is a statement of expenditures sent by Father Legras at Vincennes, Indiana to Capt. Blaumann, commander at Cahokias. Statement is for the cost of making flags and for the festivities associated with the new flags. Flags were made by Lady Quenet of St. Louis and Madam Stanll? The flags were made for the fort and for several nations of savages or Indians. There were expenditures for paper and powder used in the festivities. Two flags were of blue serge and one flag was cut up for the weathercock. One half pound of cotton yarn was purchased as well as 300 pounds of flour. A baker was paid for making bread. Six empty barrels were purchased from a cooper. Jugs of rum for the festivities of the flag were given to the militiamen and 45 jugs of rum were given to the savages in the council. Three pounds of bullets were purchased for the guards. Other names appearing in the statement were Monsieur Enathien, Gibault and Passant. Authorization for payment of $22.50 was given by John Bowman.

BOX 614-FOLDER 10

PAPERS-NOVEMBER 1778

FRAMES #260-#320

46 Documents in Folder 10 microfilmed on 60 frames.

174-1-261-262-Nov. 19, 1778: Faded Document. Difficult to read. George Rogers Clark at Kaskaskia requested bill of exchange for $ 1,680 from Oliver Pollock of New Orleans. Payment to Auguste Chouleau.

175-1-263-264-Nov. 19, 1778: George Rogers Clark at Kaskaskia requested bill of exchange for $431.00, 4 livres and 2 sou from Oliver Pollock of New Orleans for payment of sundry furnishings to the state of Virginia by Auguste Chouleau.

176-1-265-266-Nov. 30, 1778: No. 15. Bill of exchange for $ 3,459 and one half royals paid to Oliver Pollock. Signed by David Rogers.

177-1-267-268-Nov. 30, 1778: NO. 39. David Rogers requested $ 3,459 and 4 half royals from Governor Patrick Henry of Virginia for payment to Oliver Pollock.

178-1-269-270 = Nov. 30, 1778: No. 15? David Rogers at New Orleans notified Governor Patrick Henry of Virginia of receiving $3,459 and 4 and one half royals, which were paid to Oliver Pollock for bill of exchange. Rogers indicated he had received the third exchange but not the 1st, 2nd, and 4th.

179-1-271-Dec. 31, 1778: Top Document on frame. Israel Doogdyle? received 2 quarts of rum for his use on the way to Illinois. Fort Jefferson appears on the Document.

180-1-271-Nov. 20, 1778: No. 202. Bottom Document. Receipt from George Rogers Clark for $246.00 given to (?) Bienvene? or Beasimen? for sundry provisions furnished at Fort Clark. Signed by (?) Girault.

181-1-272-Dec. 31, 1778: Identical to 179-1-271.

182-1-273-Nov. 20, 1778: Identical to 180-1-271.

183-1-274-275-Nov. 19, 1778: No. 224, 225, 226. James Harrod verified that 149 1/2 bushels of salt, which were ordered by Capt. Bowman were received from George Rogers Clark.

184-1-276-277-Nov. 26, 1778: No. 251. Written in French. Statement for expenses at Kaskaskia. Verso of Document written in English equivalent for supplies and services. Articles supplied were 4 hens, 2 pounds of sugar, 4 dozen eggs, 2 chickens. Service and food supplied for 15 days for sick soldiers by (?) Athavmand? Capt. John Bowman signed the account, which totaled 256 livres.

185-1-278-279-Nov. 11, 1778: No. 147. Top Document. Dan Murray, commissary at Fort Clark received 37 and 1/2 pounds of buffalo beef from Monsieur Plaspsy? for the indians at Fort Clark, Kaskaskia.

186-1-278-279-Nov. 18, 1778: No. 224. Bottom Document. Written in French. Verso of Document indicated payment of 77 1/2 livres to Francis Valee. Sent to George Rogers Clark. Appears to have been written in French by James Harrod.

187-1-280-281-Nov. 15, 1778: No. 42. Robert Alison certified that he received 6 rations for himself and one other man from Peter Light for service provided the United States. Initials A. D. M. for Western Department.

188-1-282-283-Nov. 10, 1778: No. 248. Written in French. Statement for 23 livres from Capt. Barbeau, Indian Agent. Signed by George Rogers Clark.

189-1-284-285-Nov. 3, 1778: No. 71. Top Document. Capt. William Harrod authorized that John O'Linny? be given salt.

190-1-284-285-No date: No. 72. Center Document. Provisions of salt and flour given for 8 days for 7 men in Capt. Holmes' company. Signed by Capt. William Harrod.

191-1-284-285-Nov. 2, 1778: No. 69. Bottom Document. Capt. William Harrod at the Falls of Ohio requested from Jacob Pyatt, commissary or James Harris a provision of salt and flour for 6 days for 1 man in Capt. James Company of militia.

192-1-286-287-Nov. 20, 1778: No. 41. Top Document. Peter Light provided 4 rations to John Ranan? for his use of wagon drivers in the service of the United States.

193-1-286-287-Nov. 3, 1778: No. 10? Second Document. Peter Light provided 240 rations to Robert Watts for his use and horse drivers in the service of the United States.

194-1-288-289-Nov. 3, 1778: No. 74. Faded Document. Provisions of 75 flour and 8 salt for 15 days for Lieut. Logan and 3 men on their way to "the Isle of Noise" [Illinois]. Signed by Capt. William Harrod.

195-1-290-292-Oct. 31, 1778: No. 90. An accounting of the number of rations listed on vouchers from Sept. 28, 1778 to Nov. 2, 1778. Total rations were 1421 and cost was $ 359.75. Certified at Fort Bowman by Joseph Bowman. Payment given by George Rogers Clark at Fort Clark on Nov. 5, 1778. Other names listed were J. B. Lacroix? or Lafrors?, John Girault. References were given to the number but not names of officers, privates and indians.

196-1-293-Nov. 13, 1778: Top Document. Written in French. Statement for Colonel Clark and Duplasy for supplies for Kaskaskia.

197-1-293-Nov. 1778: Second Document. Faded. Rations supplied by the commissary at the Falls of Ohio for Capt. William Harrod.

198-1-294-295-Nov. 13, 1778: No. 222. Top Document. Identical to 196-1-293 except for No. 222 on verso.

199-1-294-295-Nov. 1778: No. 70. Second Document. Identical to 197 on Frame #293, except for No. 70 on verso.

200-1-296-297-Nov. 7, 1778: No. 77. Top Document. Rations of flour and salt for 6 days for 28 men under command of Capt. William Harrod at the Falls of Ohio. signed by Jacob Pyatt, commissary.

201-1-296-297-Nov. 13, 1778: No. 87. Bottom Document. Ration of flour and salt for 7 days for 6 men of Capt. John Holden's company. Approved by Capt. William Harrod at the Falls of Ohio. Other names were Jacob Pyatt, commissary.

202-1-298-299-Nov. 12, 1778: No. 36. David Rogers instructed Oliver Pollock, agent for the American United States to pay $68.00 to Doctor Robert Low? for medicine and attention given to David Rogers and men in his command since arrival at this place [Kaskaskia].

203-1-300-301-Nov. 9, 1778: No. 79. Provisions of salt for 2 men of Capt. James Harrod Company and 1 man of Capt. Todd company. Signed by Capt. William Harrod.

204-1-302-303-Nov. 13, 1778: No. 82. Provision of salt and flour given for 6 days to 4 men under command of Capt. William Harrod.

205-1-304-305-Nov. 6, 1778: No. 75. Top Document. Provisions of flour, salt and pork for 18 days for a man from Capt. Kotch's? company for a trip down the Ohio to the "Eyiloynies" [Illinois]. Signed by Capt. William Harrod.

206-1-304-305-Nov. 7, 1778: No. 76. Bottom Document. Provisions of flour and salt for 6 days for 6 men of Capt. John Harrod's company. Requested by Capt. William Harrod from the commissary at the Falls of Ohio.

207-1-306-307-Nov. 10, 1778: No. 84. Request by Capt. William Harrod to Pyatt of the Falls of Ohio commissary for ration of flour and salt for 2 men of Capt. Harrod's company and for 1 man of Capt. Todd's company.

208-1-308-309-Nov. 7, 1778: No. 78. Top Document. Capt. William Harrod at the Falls of Ohio requested a provision of return of flour and salt for 6 days for 2 men of Capt. Livie? Todd company.

209-1-308-309-Nov. 6, 1778: No. 80. Bottom Document. Capt. William Harrod at the Falls of Ohio requested rations for 12 days for 4 men under his command.

210-1-310-311-Nov. 15, 1778: No. 85. Top Document. Provision of flour and salt given at request of Capt. William Harrod at the Falls of Ohio for men under his command.

211-1-310-311-Nov. 17, 1778: No. 6. Bottom Document. Ammunition of 6 pounds of powder and 12 pounds of lead were given to Capt. William Harrod for Jacob Pratt company.

212-1-312-314-Nov. 18, 1778: Top Document written in French and was sent to George Rogers Clark for payment to Monsieur Datchunite? Signed by James Harrod.

213-1-312-314-Nov. ? 1778: No. 3. Middle Document. Faded. Rations for 7 days for 52 men of Capt. William Harrod company.

214-1-312-314-Nov. 27, 1778: No. 13. Bottom Document. Faded. Rations for 7 days for 52 men of Capt. William Harrod company.

215-1-315-316-Nov. 13, 1778: Top Document. Rations of flour and salt for 30 men for 6 days were given to those under command of Capt. William Harrod.

216-1-315-316-Nov. 23, 1778: No. 87. Bottom Document. Capt. William Harrod at the Falls of Ohio requested provisions for 5 days for 2 men od Capt. Hale's company.

217-1-317-318-Nov. 25, 1778: No. 35. Top Document. Request for ammunition of 12 and 1/4 pounds of powder and 25 and 1/2 pounds of lead for 51 men under command of Capt. William Harrod at the Falls of Ohio.

218-1-317-318-Nov. 17, 1778: No. 83. Bottom Document. Capt. William Harrod requested 513 pounds of beef for 38 men, who were on duty at the garrison of the Falls of Ohio.

219-1-319-320-Nov. 27, 1778: No. 89. Top Document. Capt. William Harrod at the Falls of Ohio requested 455 pounds of flour, 546 pounds of beef and 2? salt for 52 men for 7 days.

220-1-319-320-Nov. 28, 1778: No. 88. Bottom Document. Capt. William Harrod requested rations of 455 pounds of flour 546 pounds of beef and 52 sills? of salt for 52 men under his command.

BOX 614-FOLDER 11

PAPERS-DECEMBER 1778

FRAMES #321-380

40 Documents in Folder 11 microfilmed on 59 frames.

221-1-322-323-Dec. 6, 1778: No. 19. George Rogers Clark at Kaskaskia requested a bill of exchange for $1000 from Oliver Pollock of New Orleans for payment of sundry articles furnished by Joseph Plaspy for the state of Virginia. Verso of Document is written in French.

222-1-324-325-July 25, 1778: No. 3. William Linn requested a bill of exchange for $ 249.50 from Oliver Pollock of New Orleans in order to pay Monsieur Datchunet of Kaskaskia. Verso written in French and has Datchunit.

223-1-326-327-Nov. 19, 1778: No. 38. George Rogers Clark at Kaskaskia requested a bill of exchange for $ 124 and one sou from Oliver Pollock of New Orleans for payment to Joseph Plasy. Payment made in Dec. of 1778: Document 224-1-328-329-Nov. 19, 1778: No. 39. George Rogers Clark at Kaskaskia requested a bill of exchange for $ 1,680 from Oliver Pollock of New Orleans to pay August Chouteau for sundry furnishings for the state of Virginia.

225-1-330-331-November 23, 1778: Top Document . George Rogers Clark at Kaskaskia requested bill of exchange for $ 800 from Oliver Pollock of New Orleans for sundries furnished by Charles Gratiot to the state of Virginia. Verso written in French. Payment to Gratiot was to be made in hard money or its worth in paper money. Date of June 2, 1778 on verso. Other names were Philippe Dejean and law McHan? Reference to the company at Kaskaskia.

226-1-330-331-Nov. 24, 1778: Bottom Document. George Rogers Clark at Kaskaskia requested bill of exchange for $920.30 from Oliver Pollock of New Orleans for sundries furnished by Joseph Perault for the state of Virginia.

227-1-332-333-Dec. 10, 1778: No. 15. Top Document. George Rogers Clark at Kaskaskia requested bill of exchange for $823 from Oliver Pollock of New Orleans for payment to Monsieur Rapicault for sundries furnished the state of Virginia. Verso written in French and contained name of Jami P. Rasie?

228-1-332-333-Dec. 16, 1778: No. 57. Bottom Document. George Rogers Clark at Kaskaskia requested a bill of exchange from Oliver Pollock of New Orleans for $ 2,340.50 for sundries furnished by John Datchurcel? to the state of Virginia. Verso is written in French. Names mentioned were Ene Barre' and Juan B. Guien?

229-1-334-335-Dec. 17, 1778: No. 18. Top Document. George Rogers Clark at Kaskaskia requested bill of exchange from Oliver Pollock of New Orleans for payment of $521 owed Monsieur Dolorier? for furnishings to state of Virginia.

230-1-334-335-Dec. 16, 1778: No. 16. Bottom Document. George Rogers Clark at Kaskaskia requested a bill of exchange for $ 250.50 to Oliver Pollock of New Orleans for payment owed John Datchural for furnishings to the state of Virginia. Verso written in French. Other names were Ene Barre' and Juan B Guien?

231-1-336-Dec. 1, 1778: Receipt of Catherine Edelman for one lock for use of the magazine at Logan's Fort. Price 2/6. Signed by James Thrasher?, commissary.

232-1-337-338-Dec. 22, 1778: No. 2. Invoice for goods received by George Rogers Clark from (?) Beaufoleil? List enumerated six trunks of unknown contents. Most of the listed items were types of cloth such as flannel, shallons, bath, stuff, drugget, nap and woolen material. There were also 196 felt hats and 25 chapeaus or fine hats. Colors of materials were red, yellow, green, brown, white, gray, and blue.

233-1-339-340-Dec. 22, 1778: Top Document. Written in French. Account for supplies purchased for George Rogers Clark. Items included shoes and ribbons. Reference to Monsieur Carre', who may have been the shoemaker.

234-1-339-340-Dec. 10, 1778: Bottom Document. William Calvert, wagon master, certified he had received 40 rations from Peter Light for himself and pack horse drivers for service to the United States.

235-1-341-342-Dec. 13, 1778: No. 14. Top Document. Hugh Breidy certified that he received 2 rations for himself and (?) Poising? from Peter Light for state's service.

236-1-341-342-Dec. 8, 1788: Bottom Document. Mary Wahls received 2 pounds of flour from Thomas Walls.

237-1-343-346-Dec. 22, 1778: Identical to 234-1-337 except there was no number on the verso of the Document.

238-1-347-348-Dec.(?), 1778: Damaged Document. Appears to be a proclamation issued at Williamsburg by Patrick Henry, Governor of Virginia that the commonwealth of Virginia had employed Joseph Lindsay of Kentucky to be an agent to carry on trade for supplying the inhabitants of Illinois and the Indians. Difficult to determine reference to Catholic Majesty. Verso of Document was signed by Joseph Lindsay who stated he had received credit on July 17, 1778 from Oliver Pollock and pledged to pay in December by gold or silver or in a credit of France or Spain.

239-1-349-350-Dec. 11, 1778: Monsieur Cerre's audit of the account of George Rogers Clark from Sept. 8, 1778 through Dec. 11, 1778. Written in French. Total expenditures? were 71236 livres and 8 sou.

240-1-351-352-Dec. 16, 1778: Top Document. Auditor's certificate signed by James Cocke and Lunge Aose, who indicated that the "within sum of six hundred & forty eight pounds, twelve shillings" had been provided to George Rogers Clark. The funds had been given to Col. John Montgomery. Verso of Document had Loighton Woods Jr. name.

241-1-352-352-Dec. 7, 1778: No. 54. Center Document. Microfilmer indicated it was a faded Document. William Harrod signed for ammunition rations for 40 men a the Falls of Ohio.

242-1-351-352-Dec. 24, 1778: No. 43. Bottom Document. Ammunition of 1/2 pound of powder and 1 pound of lead for 14 men of Capt. James Harrod's company was requested by Capt. William Harrod.

243-1-353-354-Dec. 21, 1778: No. 158. Top Document. Rations of flour and salt for 7 days for 14 men of Capt. James Thomas company. Signed by Capt. William Harrod.

244-1-353-354-Dec. 19, 1778: No. 94. Bottom Document. Ration of flour and salt for 2 days for 14 men of Capt. James Thomas company. Signed by Capt. William Harrod.

245-1-355-356-Dec. 20, 1778: No. 95. Top Document. Rations of flour for 2 days for one man under command of Capt. James Harrod. Authorized by Capt. William Harrod at the Falls of Ohio.

246-1-355-356-Dec. 19, 1778: No. 93. Bottom Document. Ration of flour, beef, and salt given for 7 days for 56 men commanded by Capt. William Harrod at the Falls of Ohio.

247-1-357-358-Dec. 28, 1778: No. 96. Top Document. Ration of pork for 4 days for 4 men commanded by Capt. William Harrod.

248-1-357-358-Dec. 4, 1778: No. 90. Bottom Document. Very faded. Rations of flours, beef and salt provided for 7 days for 52 men of Capt. William Harrod's company at the Falls of Ohio.

249-1-359-360-Dec. 13, 1783: Top Document. George Rogers Clark certified that John Thurston Cornette of Capt. Logan's Troops of Light Dragoons in the Illinois service had received no pay for his service except for a Treasury order in the year 1780 for $400. Given at Richmond, [Virginia].

250-1-359-360-Dec. 17, 1788: Bottom Document. The dates of Capt. Quirk? commissions. Dec. 13, 1776-Lieut.;Dec. 17, 1778-Capt. Verso of Document has " Aud 6-Col Wm Preston's papers 1777-1781.

251-1-361-362-Dec. 1778: No. 210. Written in French. Audit of blacksmith accounts totaling $53 and 4/8. No names listed.

252-1-363-364-Dec. 19, 1778: No. 266. Receipt. George Rogers Clark gave $614, 3 livres and 5 sou for sundry furnishings for troops at Kahos [Cahokia]. Authorization for purchases given by Capt. Bowman at Fort Clark. Signed by John Giraulfacient? and J. B. Lafoix?

253-1-365-366-Dec. 1778: No. 5. List of bills drawn by Col. Simpson? from Sept. 29, 1776 through July 24, 1778. Names: William Lynn, Oliver Pollock, Marie V. Dubasban, Monsieur Porse, S. Charleville, V. Jeroume, Fran Menard, Major William Williamson, Joseph Holmes, (?) Bentley, Gabriel Cere, Happock Whamployd, Charles Charleville, (?) Haberdeau, (?) Dalchurastd, Thomas Floyd, (?) Lafont, (?) and Rapicauls?, (?) Nicepasies?. Items mentioned: bullock, beef and taffia.

254-1-367-368-Dec. 28, 1778: No. 98. Top Document. Rations of 52 flour and 6 salt for 7 days for men of different companies. Names Capt. William Harrod.

255-1-367-368-Dec. 29, 1778: No. 41. Center Document. Ammunition for 6 men of Boonesburg. Capt. William Harrod.

256-1-367-368-Dec. 31, 1778: No. 100. Bottom Document. Rations of flour and salt for 24 days for 2 men from Capt. William Harrod company at the Falls of Ohio.

257-1-369-370-Dec. 28, 1778: No. 99. Top Document. Rations of flour and salt for 5 days for 6 men of Capt. Holders. Signed by Capt. William Harrod.

258-1-369-370-Dec. 30, 1778: Center Document. Dan Murray, quarter master, at Fort Clark, Kaskaskia received from Monsieurs Bienvenne and Simon three loads of wood for use of the troops.

259-1-369-370-Dec. 25, 1778: No. 97. Bottom Document. Provisions of flour, beef and salt provided for 7 days for 53 men of Capt. William Harrod company.

260-1-371-372-Dec. 13, 1778: No. 39. Top Document. Capt. William Harrod approved rations of 8 pound of gun powder.

261-1-371-372-Dec. 18, 1778: Center Document. Abraham Chapline at Fort Bowman certified that Monsieur Ontwine furnished a half cord of wood at a cost of a half dollar for use of the troops of the garrison of Calhos.

262-1-371-372-Dec. 18, 1778: Bottom Document. Abraham Chapline at Fort Bowman certified that Monsieur Bellow furnished a half cord of wood at a cost of a half dollar for use of the troops of the garrison of Calhos [Kaskaskia].

263-1-373-374-Dec. 4, 1778: Vouchers and abstract of ammunition. Statistical listing of number of men and days, amount of flour and beef with total rations listed by company officer. Captains were William Harrod, James Harrod, Linas V. Sullaman?, (?) Logan, [William] Williams, (?) Diferant, John Holden, Isaac McBride. Other names Jacob Pyeatt and Joseph Pratter, who issued the ammunition. There was reference to "see endorsement" but Document was not with original.

264-1-375-377-Dec. 17, 1778: Copy of a three page letter written by George Rogers Clark to Monsieur Sieba. Document 265 refers to the notarization of the copy. Document 265 is the original Clark letter.-1-380 which is the verso of the packet of three Documents indicated that the letters were sent by Rapicault to Clark. George Rogers Clark acknowledged receiving copies of the Gazettes by Monsieur Ceree, which were written in Spanish and indicated that he was waiting for a person to translate the contents. Letter made reference to a verbal message of Sieba conveyed by Monsieur Vego about a dispute concerning Clark's bills of exchange, credit and authority. Clark referred to Oliver Pollock as an agent for the United States as well as for the state of Virginia and Clark's authority based on orders from the Executive Power of Virginia and to a Continental charge agreeable to an act of conspiracy and his authority for acting in the country. Clark reminded Sieba that bills of credit were to be paid by the Continent or state of Virginia and gave reference to Governor [Patrick Henry]. Letter also mentioned desertion of two soldiers, who had taken rifles and crossed the Mississippi to Ste. Genevive where they were disarmed by (?) Cartabona, who notified Clark but refused to send the soldiers back. Clark indicated concern for such desertion, which was detrimental since he had "raw troops". Clark requested a reply from Sieba.

265-1-375-June 1, 1785?: Filmed with Document 264. Peter Stephen Du Ponceau, public notary for the commonwealth of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia notarized that Rene' Rapicault a Philadelphia merchant had appeared before him and that the copy of Clark's Dec. 17, 1778 letter was accurate.

266-1-377-380-Dec. 17, 1778: Original letter written by George Rogers Clark at Kaskaskia to Monsieur Sieba. See Document 264, which is a copy of this letter. Frame #380 has notation that Rapicault was sending the letters of Clark.

BOX 615-FOLDER 12

LETTERS ETC.-JANUARY 1779

FRAMES #381-393

6 Documents in Folder 12 microfilmed on 13 frames.

267-1-382-382-Jan. 13, 1779: No. 168. Faded Document. Written in French. Pork, bread and other supplies were provided to Col. Montgomery at Kohakia. Names: David Thomas, Monsieur Jourinjean or Tourinjean, Col. Todd.

268-1-384-385-Jan. (?) 1779: Damaged Document with some missing portions. Names: George Rogers Clark, John Helm and Capt. Francis Busson. Payment of $ 1,710.75 for sundry articles supplied the troops at Fort (?).

269-1-386-387-Nov. 19, 1778: No. 50. Bill of exchange for payment of $431, 4 livrers and 2 sols to Auguste Chocteau for sundry articles for the state of Virginia was sent to Oliver Pollock at New Orleans by George Rogers Clark at Kaskaskia, Illinois. Other dates in Document: Dec. 19, 1778 and Jan. 1779.

270-1-388-389-Nov. 21, 1778: No. 49. Bill of exchange for payment of $ 500 to Monsieur Francois Boseron for sundry articles provided to the state of Virginia at Kaskaskia, Illinois was sent to Oliver Pollock at New Orleans by George Rogers Clark. Verso of Document was dated Jan. 1779.

271-1-390-391-Nov. 21, 1778: No. 47. Bill of exchange for payment of $ 500 to Monsieur Piere Cournoyer for sundry articles provided to the state of Virginia at Kaskaskia, Illinois was sent to Oliver Pollock at New Orleans by George Rogers Clark. Verso of Document was dated Jan. 1779.

272-1-392-393-Dec. 1778: No. 11. Bill of exchange for payment of $ 20.00 to Monsieur Bayon for sundry furnishings to John Fitzpatrick was sent by David Rogers to Oliver Pollock, Agent for the U. S. of America at New Orleans.

BOX 615-FOLDER 13

VOUCHERS-JANUARY 1779

FRAMES #394-439

61 Documents in Folder 13 filmed on 45 frames.

273-1-395-396-Jan. 31, 1779: No. 259. Top Document. Capt. Helm's certified Monsieur Joseph Andrusy? furnished 13 gallons of taffia for the Indians at Fort Vincennes.

274-1-395-396-Jan. 26, 1779: Bottom Document. Dan Murray, quarter master, certified Capt. Plapsy took powder into the Magazine at Fort Clark for service of the state of Virginia on an expedition to Post Vincent at Kaskaskia.

275-1-397-398-Jan. 19, 1779: No. 38. Top Document. Capt. Joseph Bowman certified that Jacque Germain was owed $8.50 for a horse hired for a eleven day trip to Cohokia. Expense also included a blanket. Names: George Rogers Clark.

276-1-397-398-Jan. 27, 1779: No. 101. Bottom Document. Capt. Joseph Plapsy certified lodge and food for 11 days was provided for Monsieur Lavoine, who was one of the volunteers from Cahos under Capt. Bowman's command. Cost of 17 livres, 10 sols for service of the state of Virginia at Kaskaskia. signed by Richard McCarty.

277-1-399-400-May 10, 1779: Top Document. Joseph Bowman certified that Joseph LaSancest was owed $ 17.50 for use of horse for 15 days and for going to Kaskaskia.

278-1-399-400-Jan. 13, 1779: No. 110. Bottom Document. Provisions of flour and salt for 2 days for 14 men of Capt. Holden's company. Signed by Capt. William Harrod and Capt.John Holden.

279-1-401-402-Jan. 23, 1779: No. 123. Top Document. Provisions of flour and salt for 5 days for 1 man of Capt. Holders? company at the Falls of Ohio. Signed by James Patton.

280-1-401-402-Jan. 12, 1779: No. 4. Center Document. John Montgomery certified cash expenses for James Buzhanan, John Fred Miller and himself for a trip from Fort Chessell? to Fort Henry to join John Montgomery's troops.

281-1-403-404-Jan. 20, 1779No. 114. Bottom Document. Provisions for 7 days for 1 man was approved by Capt. William Harrod.

282-1-403-404-Jan. 20, 1779: No. 119. Top Document. Rations for 10 days for 8 men commanded by Capt. William Harrod for trip from Falls of Ohio to Fort Pitt.

283-1-403-404-Jan. 29, 1779: No. 124. Center Document. Rations of one gill of salt for 37 men in service at the Falls of Ohio under the command of Capt. William Harrod.

284-1-403-404-Jan. 30, 1779: No. 126. Bottom Document. Provisions for 81 days for William Myars and two men of Capt. James Harrod company in convoy from Williamsburg,[Virginia] to Illinois. Signed by Sergeant James Wilkey and Lieut. James Satten.

285-1-405-406-Jan. 6, 1779: Top Document. Receipt for $ 12.00 from John Montgomery for James Newell to become a recruit for the Illinois expedition.

286-1-405-406-Jan. 29, 1779: No. 45. Second Document. James Buchaman was paid 94 pounds and ten shillings for 6 and 1/2 bushels of salt for the use of men going to Illinois. Could not read two names.

287-1-405-406-Jan. 25, 1779: No. 5. Third Document. James Buchaman was paid 22 pounds for 300 pounds of flour. Names: John Sholville?, William Barettet and ? Holsey.

288-1-405-406-Jan. ? 1779: No. 50. Fourth Document. $200.00 paid to L. Blackford by George Rogers Clark for tobacco.

289-1-407-408-Jan. 25, 1779: No. 5. Top Document. David Lamb, wagon master, received 43 rations from Peter Light for wagon drivers, who were employed in the service of the U. S.

290-1-407-408-Jan. 20, 1779: No. 13. Center Document. John Adams was paid 184 pounds for 3,000 pounds of flour and expense of carriage. Names: James Buchaman, John Love or John Levi, and James Alcorn.

291-1-407-408-Jan. 25, 1779: No. 6. Bottom Document. James Drake received 140 pounds from James Buchaman for taking one load to the Long Hands. Names: Jeff Longe and John Rice or Price.

292-1-409-410-Jan. 25, 1779: No. 4. Top Document. John Hall received 9 pounds from James Buchaman for 810 nails for the use of the expedition against the Illinois. Names: Sam Lapsley.

293-1-409-410-Jan. 13, 1779: Second Document. Isaac Shelby received 200 pounds from Col. John Montgomery for the purpose of building canoes to transport troops to the Illinois. Names: Isaac Beloise?

294-1-409-410-Jan. 29, 1779: No. 125. Bottom Document. Provisions of flour and salt for 7 days for 21 men of Capt. John Montgomery company at the Falls of Ohio. Names: Capt. William Harrod and Lieut. James Patton.

295-1-411-Jan. 2, 1779: Top Document. Ammunition ration for 2 days for 3 men in active service at the Falls of Ohio. Names: Lieut. James Patton.

296-1-411-Jan. 25, 1779: Center Document. Capt. William Harrod at the Falls of Ohio approved ration of salt, flour and beef for 7 days for 55 men of Capt. Williams company.

297-1-411-Jan. 3, 1779: Bottom Document. Lieut. James Patton requested ammunition for Sergeant William Myars, who was to go from Williamsburg, [Virginia] to the Illinois.

298-1-412-413-Jan. 2, 1779: No. 54. Top Document. Identical to 295-1-411.

299-1-412-413-Jan. 25, 1779: No. 133. Center Document. Identical to 296-1-411.

300-1-412-413-Jan. 3, 1779: No. 55. Bottom Document. Identical to 297-1-4411.

301-1-414-Jan. 2, 1779: No. 54. Identical verso to 298-1-413.

302-1-414-Jan. 25, 1779: No. 133. Identical verso to 299-1-413.

303-1-414-Jan. 25, 1779: No. 133. Identical verso to 301-1-413.

304-1-415-416-Jan. 24, 1779: No. 62. Lieut. James Patton requested ration of ammunition for Capt. Isaac Ruddell.

305-1-417-420-Jan. 1779: No. 213. Receipt for Cere's account. Some portions written in French. Bill to George Rogers Clark for $2,862 owed to Monsieur Cere. Supplies furnished were liver, tail, and beef, which were given to Indians.

306-1-421-422-Jan. 15, 1779: No. 12. Top Document. Capt. William Harrod requested Mr. Pyeatt to deliver 1/2 bushel of salt for use of Capt. Levi Todd at the Falls of Ohio.

307-1-421-422-Jan. 18, 1779: No. 129. Center Document. Capt. William Harrod requested ration of 20 pounds of flour and 2 gills of salt for 2 days for 8 Frenchmen of his company.

308-1-421-422-Jan. 15, 1779No. 115. Bottom Document. Capt. William Harrod requested flour and salt rations for 1 man of Capt. Levi Todd company.

309-1-423-424-Jan. 8, 1779: No. 105. Top Document. Capt. William Harrod requested rations of flour and salt for 7 days for 5 men under his command and of Diferant? company of militia in service at the Falls of Ohio.

310-1-423-424-Jan. 15, 1779: No. 111. Center Document. Capt. William Harrod requested ration of flour, beef, and salt for 7 days for 14 men of Capt. Holder's company.

311-1-423-424-Jan. 15, 1779: No. 109. Bottom Document. Capt. William Harrod requested ration of flour and salt for 7 days for 54 men of his company at the Falls of Ohio.

312-1-425-426-Jan. 15, 1779: No. 112. Top Document. Capt. William Harrod requested rations for 1 day for 16 men under his command and of Diferand's company.

313-1-425-426-Jan. 20, 1779: Center Document. Receipt of Thomas Quirk of Lieut. Colonel John Montgomery company for 150 pounds (?) to Tunuit? company for the expedition to the Illinois. Names: Gab Madison.

314-1-425-426-Jan. 13, 1779: No. 108. Bottom Document. Capt. William Harrod at the Falls of Ohio requested rations for 2 days for 8 Frenchmen from Mr. Piatt, commissary.

315-1-427-428-Jan. 20, 1779: No. 27. Top Document. Capt. William Harrod requested ammunition for 14 men of Capt. Holders company.

316-1-427-428-Jan. 21, 1779: No. 160. Center Document. Rations of flour and salt for 12 days for 15 men of Capt. William Harrod company at the Falls of Ohio.

317-1-427-428-Jan. 20, 1779: No. 118. Bottom Document. William Harrod requested rations of flour and salt for 10 days for 1 man of Capt. Thomas Williams company to return home.

318-1-429-430-Jan. 22, 1779: No. 132. Top Document. Capt. William Harrod requested flour and salt provisions for 5 days for men of Capt. James Harrod company at the Falls of Ohio.

319-1-429-430-Jan. 22, 1779: No. 121. Second Document. Rations of flour and salt for 7 days for 20 men of Lieut. James Patton for service at the Falls of Ohio.

320-1-429-430-Jan. 20, 1779: No. 122. Capt. William Harrod requested rations of flour, beef and salt for 14 men of Capt. John Holden company.

321-1-429-430-Jan. 4, 1779: No. 102. Capt. William Harrod requested rations of flour, beef and salt for 11 days for 6 men belonging to Faggen's company at the Falls of Ohio.

322-1-431-Jan. 4, 1779: Top. Document. Ration for men of Capt. Williams artillery company.

323-1-431-Jan. 1779: Center Document. Capt. William Harrod requested ration of salt and flour for ? Rich for 15 days at the Falls of Ohio.

324-1-431-Jan. 12, 1779: Bottom Document. Capt. William Harrod requested rations of flour and salt for 6 days for 2 men of Capt. Holden company at the Falls of Ohio.

325-1-432-433-Jan. 4, 1779: No. 5. Identical to 322-1-431.

326-1-432-433-Jan. 1779: No. 104. Identical to 323-1-431.

327-1-432-433-Jan. 12, 1779: No. 107. Identical to 324-1-431.

328-1-434-435-Jan. 2, 1779: No. 103. Top Document. Ration for 12 days for salt and flour for one man in command of Capt. William Harrod at the Falls of Ohio.

329-1-434-435-Jan. 14, 1779: No. 120. Bottom Document. Ration of flour and salt for 5 days for Capt. Isaac Runwel.

330-1-436-437-Jan. 10, 1779: No. 2. Top Document. Lieut. Thomas Montgomery's department received flour from James Buchaman. Other names: John Miller and James Alcom.

331-1-436-437-Jan. 23, 1779: Center Document. Dan Murray, quarter master at Kaskaskia, purchased an ax for cutting pickets from Monsieur Jamest. The ax had been lost in the service at Kaskaskia.

332-1-436-437-Jan. 20, 1779: No. 1. Bottom Document. James Buchaman paid 61 pounds for barrels. Names: Alexander Naby?, Alexander G. Velen, and Samuel Drake.

333-1-438-439-Jan. 23, 1779: Fragments of Document. George Rogers Clark account for the state of Virginia with Monsieur Tanist. Payment by bill of exchange from Oliver Pollock. Verso listed John Girault and (?) Janis.

BOX 615-FOLDER 14

VOUCHERS-FEBRUARY 1779

FRAMES #440-480

51 Documents in Folder 13 filmed on 40 frames.

334-1-441-442-Feb. 1, 1779: Top Document. John Green received 221 pounds of pork from ? Anglia for the state at Fort Clark. George Rogers Clark was named.

335-1-441-442-Feb. 3, 1779: No. 7. Center Document. Jacob Harmon received 280 pounds and 13 shillings for 1,980 pounds of pork, which was sold to James Buchanan for use of the men going to Illinois. James Shaw and John Creger testified.

336-1-441-442-Feb. 10, 1779: No. 16. Bottom Document. James Shaw paid John Heldreth $140.00 for bacon and onions? for the Illinois expedition.

337-1-443-444-Feb. 22, 1779: No. 80. Top Document. Rations for 4 days for 6 men and 2 women of Capt. George's company of artillery of the John Levi Gunner Fleet. Signed by John Williams.

338-1-443-444-Feb. 6, 1779: No. 131. Center Document. Ration of salt for 56 men under command of William Harrod at the Falls of Ohio.

339-1-443-444-Feb. 3, 1779: Bottom Document. Fragment of Document showing funds received by George Rogers Clark.

340-1-445-Feb. 16, 1779: Top Document. John Hilder paid Jacob Pyeatt for 6 barrels of salt for use of the garrison at Boonsboro.

341-1-445-Feb. 7, 1779: Bottom Document. John Cody or Grady of Montgomery County signed a statement concerning corn sold. Names: James Shaw and J. Buchaman.

342-1-446-447-Feb. 10, 1779: Top Document. John H. Der obtained 6 barrels of salt from Jacob Pyeatt for use at the garrison of Boonesboro.

343-1-446-447-Feb. 4, 1779: No. 9. Bottom John Crody of Montgomery County provided various supplies of corn, butter etc. Other names: James Buchaman, John Holdsmith, and William Bartlett.

344-1-448-449-Feb. 7, 1779: Top Document. S'Gems Bovy provided 4 loads of wood for use of the garrison at Fort Clark. Signed by Tad Linn?

345-1-448-449-Feb. 12, 1779: No. 141. Center Document. Ration of corn for 20 days for 42 men of Capt. William Harrod company.

346-1-#448-449-Feb. 16, 1779: No. 130. Bottom Document. Ration of flour for 1 man of Capt. William Harrod company.

347-1-450-451-Feb. 17, 1779: No. 51. Ammunition ration for men on duty at Falls of Ohio. A total of 57 rations shown by rank of capt., lieut., Sergeants, and privates. Names: Capt. Houston, Capt. James Harrod, John White, and James Morris.

348-1-452-453-Feb. 27, 1779: No. 53. Top Document. Ammunition for one man of Capt. William Harrod's company at the Falls of Ohio.

349-1-452-453-Feb. 3, 1779: Center Document. Ammunition including 1 flint requested by Capt. William Harrod at the Falls of Ohio.

350-1-452-453-Feb. 25, 1779: No. 136. Bottom Document. Ration of corn for 3 weeks and salt for 7 days for 3 men of Capt. William Harrod company.

351-1-454-Feb. 26, 1779: Top Document. Ration of salt for 7 days for 62 men in service of Capt. William Harrod company at the Falls of Ohio.

352-1-454-Feb. 25, 1779: Second Document. George Euring received payment from James Buckaman for salt for the men going to Illinois.

353-1-454-Feb. 4, 1779: Third Document. John Negel? and Samuel Drake were paid 120 pounds for "wagonage" to the Long Hands.

354-1-454-Feb. 25, 1779: Bottom Document. Faded. Difficult to read. George Rogers Clark signed for 2 bushels of corn supplied at Kaskaskia, Illinois.

355-1-455- 456-Feb. 26, 1779: No. 128. Identical to 351-1-454.

356-1-455-456-Feb. 25, 1779: No. 192. Second Document. Identical to 352-1-454.

357-1-455-0456-Feb. 25, 1779: No. 11. Third Document. Identical to 353-1-454.

358-1-456-457-Feb. 25, 1779: Identical to 354-1-454.

359-1-458-459-Feb. 1, 1779: Top Document. Dan Murray, quarter master, certified that Monsieur Janis furnished 1 shovel and 1 pick ax for the troops of the state of Virginia at Kaskaskia.

360-1-458-459-Feb. 22, 1779: Second Document. Edwin Fox received $ 50 bounty money to serve as a soldier for 1 year in Illinois.

361-1-458-459-Feb. 14, 1779: No. 18. Third Document. Fragments. Names: James? Shaw, William Raspson? or Rampson, James Buchaman.

362-1-458-459-Feb. 1779: Fourth Document. Monsieur Charleville furnished two loads of wood for use of the troops of the state of Virginia quartered at Fort Clark, Kaskaskia. Signed by Dan Murray, Quartermaster.

363-1-460-461-Feb. 15, 1779: No. T. Top Document. Faded. John Montgomery furnished bounty money for a company enlistment for the Illinois to Isaac Taylor.

364-1-460-461-Feb. 25, 1779: No. E. Center Document. Jake Evans received $1,700 as bounty for 32 soldiers raised for his company for the Illinois Expedition. Paid by John Montgomery.

365-1-460-461-Feb. 10, 1779: No. 20. Third Document. Receipt for 108 pounds paid for 60 bushels of bottled and packed meat. Names: James Shaw, James Buckaman, John Allen, Jeff Prinner? and William Buchaman.

366-1-462-463-Feb. 10, 1779: No. 15. David Dock or Dochet receipt from James Buchaman for 300 pounds paid for 100 pounds of flour for the Illinois Expedition.

367-1-462-463-Feb. 15, 1779: No. M. Second Document. Talish Fipphor account. Money for Illinois Expedition given from George Daugherty for the Illinois bounty.

368-1-462-463-Feb. 3, 1779: No. 65. Third Document. Ration of powder for l man of Capt. William Harrod company.

369-1-464-465-Feb. 16, 1779: Accounting of bounty money provided by John Montgomery to recruit companies of soldiers for the Illinois Expedition. The listing for Feb. 1, 1799 for $ 1600 contained names of Isaac Taylor, and George Doherty [Daugherty]. Jan. 1, 1779 listed Thomas Wilson receiving $4000 for recruitment of a company. Feb. 16, 1779, Isaac Felon received $ 600. Feb. 16, 1779, David Seales received $ 50 bounty to serve as a soldier under Lieut. Thomas Wilson on the Illinois Expedition.

370-1-466-467-Feb. 21, 1779: Bounty receipt for William Mathews, who used a mark to write his name for receiving $ 50 from ? Simpson for the Illinois Expedition Feb. 20, 1779. Yedsey Collions also signed for $ 50 bounty.

371-1-468-469-Feb. 7, 1779: No. 26. Top Document. Rations for 3 days for 14 men, 2 washer women and 4 children of Capt. McCarty company. Signed by John Williams and Lieut. Olark?

372-1-468-469-Feb. 1779: No. I. Colonel John Montgomery provided $ 50 bounty to William Burkhollermen to serve 1 year as soldier in a company going to Illinois. Verso of Document spelled name as: William Barkhet?

373-1-468-469-Feb. 10, 1779: Illinois Expedition bounty of $ 50 given by Capt. George Daugherty to William Fifhor. Verso of Document names: ? Bowman. Thomas Quirk.

374-1-470-Feb. 2, 1779: Top Document. Bounty of $ 50 given by George Daugherty to John Daugherty for Illinois Expedition.

375-1-470-Feb. 6, 1779: Center Document. Receipt for ration from James Buchanan for 1 man to go to the Brig Creek below Long Hands. A mark was used for the name of Francis F. Day. William E. Rice's name also appeared on the Document.

376-1-470-Feb. 15, 1779: Bottom Document. Rations of flour, beef and salt for 20 days for 14 men of Capt. John Holder's company was approved by Capt. William Harrod at the Falls of Ohio.

377-1-471-472-Feb. 2, 1779: Identical to 374-1-470.

378-1-471-472-Feb. 6, 1779: Identical to 375-1-470.

379-1-471-472-Feb. 15, 1779: Identical to 376-1-470.

380-1-473-474-Feb. 5, 1779: No. 124. Top Document. Ration of salt for 46 men of Capt. William Harrod company at the Falls of Ohio.

381-1-473-474-Feb. 12, 1779: No. 135. Second Document. Ration of corn for 21 days for 1 man of Capt. William Harrod Company.

382 -1-473-474-FEB. 7, 1779: No. 12. Bottom Document. Roger Oates was paid for hauling a load to the Long Hands for the Illinois Expedition. Names: James Buchanan, James Shaw and Francis Day.

383-1-475-476-July 18, 1778: No. 44. Bill of exchange sent by George Rogers Clark at Kaskaskia to Oliver Pollock, agent at New Orleans for payment of $ 108 to Monsieur Poatt for his service to the state of Virginia. Verso written in French. Payment in Jan. 1779.

384-1-477-478-Feb. 27, 1779: No. 53. Bill of exchange sent by George Rogers Clark at Kaskaskia, Illinois to Oliver Pollock at New Orleans for payment of $ 1,222.50 to Bendes or Benito Basquir? for supplies furnished the state of Virginia.

385-1-479-480-Dec. 19, 1778: No. 52. Bill of exchange sent by George Rogers Clark at Kaskaskia, Illinois to Oliver Pollock at New Orleans for payment of $ 1,357.25 to Monsieur Joseph Perault for sundry goods furnished to the state of Virginia.

BOX 615-FOLDER 15

PAPERS, MARCH 1-16, 1779

FRAME #481-653

270 Documents in Folder 15 filmed on 172 frames.

386-1-482-March 7, 1779: Top Document. Moses Henry, Indian agent, requested 100 pounds of flour from J. S. Sumg?, commissary at Fort Patrick Henry.

387-1-482-March 16, 1779: Center Document. George Rogers Clark requested from the issuing commissary 8 days ration for 1 man of the Cahos volunteers for his return to Fort Patrick Henry.

388-1-482-March 15, 1779: Bottom Document. Joseph Bowman requested commissary to issue a bag and 8 days rations for 17 men of Capt. McCarty volunteers. Document 389-1-483 -March 11, 1779: Top Document. Joseph Bowman requested commissary to issue rations for 2 days for 27 men of a company of Cahos volunteers.

390-1-483-March 7, 1779: Center Document. Abraham Keller requested ammunition for 26 men of his company from the quarter master. Names: Joseph Bowman.

391-1-483-March 1779: Bottom Document. Joseph Bowman at Fort Patrick Henry had commissary to issue a bag and corn needed by William Miries for his journey.

392-1-484-March 1779: Top Document. Morning report of volunteers in [Richard] McCarty company for 20 was listed as 1 capt., 1 lieut., 1 ensign, 2 sick, 2 wounded, 6 on duty 1 ?, 2 ?, and 16 fit for duty.

393-1-484-March 1779: Center Document. Capt. Kellar received 9 pounds of powder and 18 pounds of lead.

394-1-484-March 1779: Bottom Document. A bushel of corn and bag were delivered. No other data.

395-1-485-486-March 13, 1779: Top Document. Joseph Bowman at Fort Patrick Henry requested commissary to issue ammunition for 25 men of Capt. Richard McCarty company of volunteers.

396-1-485-486-March 12, 1779: Bottom Document. Samuel Sills of Capt. Richard McCarty Volunteer company at Fort Patrick Henry received a small canoe from the quarter master. Names: Lt. Barrvie?, and M. Kinedy.

397-1-487-490-Four page inventory of goods that "came down the Wabash" River taken by Capt. Helms. Some items were listed more than once and the full count is not given for each item in this description. Inventory included 2 boxes of vermillion with 1 sent to Kaskaskia; 1 box of cuttery sent to Kaskaskia; 29 pairs of mittens; 2 pair of flannel mittens; 13 coats, 12 jackets; 12 pair of cloth trousers; 1 jacket for Mr. Rogers; 1 coat jacket for Edw. Murray and Patt Romeay?; 1 coat jacket and trousers for Capt. Williams; 8 dozen shirts; 1 dozen calico shirts; 17 pairs of shoes; 2 pair of shoes for Mr. Henry; 1 pair of shoes for W. Shannon; 1 pair of shoes for Col. Clark was not delivered; 1 pair of shoes for Mr. Rogers; 4 complete suits; 12 caps in Fusilier fashion; 300 ear rings; 5 round breast plates; 200 ear bobs; 12 wrist bands; 1000 broaches; 12 arm bands, 40 ear wheels; 12 boxes to hold relics; 1000 brackes?; blue and red stroud [woolen cloth]; 212 land bags; blankets; 4 kegs of tea; 4 kegs of liquor; and 2 kegs of sugar.

398-1-491-492-March 11, 1779: Top Document. Provision return of a detachment of the Kings Regiment of Joseph Bowman and including 2 of the Royal Artillery of the Volunteers and 2 carpenters for 4 days for a total of 21 men and a total of 84 rations. John Chapman was lieut.

399-1-491-492-March 15, 1779: Bottom Document. Ration for a detachment of Kings Regiment, 2 men of the Royal Artillery and 2 carpenters for 4 days for a total of 21 men and 84 rations. Names: Joseph Bowman.

400-1-493-March 7, 1779: Rations for 15 men of Kings Regiment, 5 volunteers and 2 carpenters. total of 88 rations. Names: Lieut. John Chapman, Joseph Bowman.

401-1-494-497-March 19, 1779: An account of the goods and clothing issued by the Continental store at Fort Patrick Henry. The list is for the number and type of clothing and goods issued to various officers and others. Categories of items issued were: coats, waist coats; trousers; caps; shoes; blankets; shirts; strouds; paint; boxes; bags of paint; pounds of paint; knives and 212 sand bags. Names: Capt. Worthington; Mr. Kennedy; Mr. Shannon; Mr. Henry; Capt. McCarty; Lieut. Bailey; Col. Clark; Lieut. Girauls; Edw. Murrey; Capt. Williams; Lieut. Rogers; Major Bowman, who received hand towels; Capt. Helms; Lieut. Boichers?; Lieut. Chaplain; Sam Sells; Capt. Bofsorn?; Capt. Kellar; Lieut. Montgomery; Lieut. Sam Graint of Capt. McCarty Company. Roy Durst; Ensign Laroine of Capt. McCarty company; Capt. Williams Co.; Capt. McCarty's Volunteers; Capt. Kellar Company; Lieut. Porraults? Company; Capt. Worthington; Gov. Hamilton; Mr. Borchers; J. B. Dehaitre? by order of Col. Clark; John Green; William Shannon, Esq.; Mr. John Cowen; Mr. Baylay; Moses Henry; Grant Quite; Tobacco Chief; Capt. Bull; Reference to a table cloth for the state of Virginia. Other references " for the Indians for Sarvis", Wethinoabin? carrying speeches to different nations and other sarvis, Delawars, and "The man who came to the exchange from the Falls of Ohio.

402-1-498-499-March 2, 1779: "A true copy" of a letter written by George Rogers Clark at Fort Patrick Henry to Rev. M. Gibault at Kaskaskia. Clark refers to his pleasure in his own success and informs Gibault that the governor at Williamsburg had instructed him to thank Gibault for his services, which Gibault had rendered his country. Mr. Murray was to give the news to Gibault that he could enjoy liberty to his religion. Verso of Document has Falls of Ohio, Major Williams and Rev. M. Gibinnting?

403-1-500-March 10, 1779: Top Document. William Canneday was paid 140 pounds by James Buchanan for hauling a load to Big Creek, which was 30 miles below the Long Hands.

404-1-500-March 10, 1779: Center Document. Joseph Bowman requested rations for 2 days for 11 men of Richard McCarty Company of Regulars.

405-1-500-March 6, 1779: Bottom Document. John Williams requested to have his 4 men supplied goods.

406-1-501-502-March 10, 1779: No. 27. Top Document. William Cannaday was paid 100 pounds by James Buchanan for taking a load to Big Creek, which was 30 miles below the Long Hands. Identical to 403-1-500.

407-1-501-502-March 10, 1779: Center Document. Identical to 404-1-500.

408-1-501-502-March 6, 1779: Bottom Document. Identical to 405-1-500.

409-1-503-March 9, 1779: Top Document. Joseph Bowman at Fort Patrick Henry authorized bearer of note to " go down after his horses and to get one of the canoes belonging to the states for the trip.

410-1-503-March 8, 1779: Center Document. John Williams requested provisions for 4 days for 47 men of his company.

411-1-503-March 16, 1779: Bottom Document. Lieut. Rich. Brasheas at Fort Patrick Henry requested the quartermaster to provide the Volunteers of Cahos with 1 barge, 6 oars and 1 paddle for their voyage.

412-1-504-March 9, 1779: Top Document. Mr. Kennedy gave Louie Broos provisions for a trip. Written in French.

413-1-504-No date: Bottom Document. ? Lavoine received the within contents. No other information.

414-1-505-506-March 13, 1779: Top Document. Provisions for 2 days for 27 men of the Cahos Volunteers at Fort Patrick Henry. Names: Joseph Bowman, Richard McCarty.

415-1-505-506-March 10, 1779: Bottom Document. Patt Kennedy, Quartermaster at Fort Patrick Henry, was instructed by Joseph Bowman to issue flour and pork to replace those lent by Monsieur Nubandeau? when troops arrived at Fort Patrick Henry.

416-1-507-March 8, 1779: Top Document. Capt. John Williams on order of Major Bowman received from the conductor of the store and ammunition the following supplies for the Expedition to the Falls of Ohio at Fort Patrick Henry. Supplies: 30 pounds of lead, 30 pounds of powder, 4 kettles, 4 axes, 6 pounds of nails, 2 cow hides, 3 Batteaus, 34 oars, 6 guns, 1 handsaw, 1 hammer, 1 caulking iron and 1 caulking mallet.

417-1-507-March 12, 1779: Bottom Document. Joseph Bowman instructed the quartermaster Patt Kennedy to issue the farmers? 2 men for 4 days.

418-1-508-590: Top Document. Microfilmer indicated faded Document. John Williams by order of Major Bowman requested lead and powder for 55 men of his company.

419-1-508-509-March 8, 1779: Center Document. Joseph Bowman requested the commissary to provide rations for 10 days for 4 men of his command.

420-1-508-509-March 8, 1779: Bottom Document. Capt. John Williams requested 72 rations for 6 days for 12 men , who were going to the Falls of Ohio at Fort Patrick Henry. Names: Sergt. John Geneson?

421-1-510-March 8, 1779: Top Document. John Williams by order of Major Bowman received 1 piece of ordinana? with 60 rounds of powder and #120 ball from the conductor of the store at Fort Patrick Henry.

422-1-510-March 9, 1779: Bottom Document. Commissary gave 2 days rations for 11 men of Capt. Richard McCarty Company of Regulars.

423-1-511-512-March 8, 1779: No. 137. Top Document. William Harrod at Falls of Ohio requested ration of corn for a man of his company on his way home.

424-1-511-512-March 9, 1779: Center Document. Lieut. Girault requested Joseph Malbauf? be issued a gun.

425-1-511-512-March 12, 1779: No. 2. Bottom Document. Peter Light gave William Woods 5 rations for his use and horse drivers employed in the service of the U. S.

426-1-513-514-March 5, 1779: No. 142. Top Document. Capt. William Harrod authorized rations for 53? men, who were going to Diferant Company at the Falls of Ohio.

427-1-513-514-March 3, 1779: No. 162. Bottom Document. Jacob Piatt, commissary issued ration of corn for 7 days for 4 Frenchmen being border militia for their return home from Illinois.

428-1-515-516-March 16, 1779: Top Document. Commissary by order of Joseph Bowman issued provisions for 4 days for 25 men of Capt. John Williams Company, 6 men of Capt. Worthington Company and 12 men of Bailey's recruits.

429-1-515-516: Center Document. George Rogers Clark informed John Green to issue 1 gun to Capt. Heat?, Great or Meat.

430-1-515-516-March 9, 1779: Bottom Document. Joseph Bowman requested the Fort Patrick commissary to issue 2 pounds of butter for use of the wounded men in the hospital.

431-1-517- 518-March 9, 1779: Top Document. Commissary issued provisions for 2 days for 9 men of Richard McCarty Company.

432-1-517-518-March 7, 1779: Second Document. Commissary issued 2 day rations for 10 men of Richard McCarty Company of Regulars.

433-1-517-518-March 10, 1779: Third Document. John Montgomery paid Josiah Ramsey for carrying ammunition for the troops for the Illinois from Fort Chiswel? to the "Great Yeland?"

434-1-517-518-March 7, 1779: No. 25. Bottom Document. Names: James Shaw, John Codoy, John Creger? Payment for 2 bearers for country use.

435-1-519-520-March 15, 1779: Top Document. George Roger Clark instructed commissary to issue 6 days of rations to 4 carpenters at Fort Patrick Henry.

436-1-519-520-March 16, 1779: Center Document. Rations for 2 days for 1 lieut. and 1 commissary. Names: Capt. Edw. Worthington, John Baley, Joseph Bowman.

437-1-519-520-March 28, 1779: No. 26. Bottom Document. James Buchanan paid John Budn for supplying flour etc for use of the Illinois Expedition. Names: Michael Dogherty, William Dasge?

438-1-521-522-March 15, 1779: Top Document. Joseph Bowman instructed commissary to provide 2 pounds of butter for the use of sick men in the hospital.

439-1-521-522-March 4, 1779: No. 24. Second Document. John Heldreth was paid by James Buchanan to haul a load to the Long Hands.

440-1-521-522-March 11, 1779: Third Document. Names: Samuel Sills, Capt. Richard McCarty and Joseph Bowman. Appears to be a reference for Quartermaster to issue tents?

441-1-521-522-March 8, 1779: Bottom Document. Capt. John Williams by order of Major Bowman obtained from the conductor of the store at Fort Patrick Henry a battiau and 4 tarpaulins from the magazine.

442-1-523-524-March 11, 1779: No. 138. Top Document. Capt. William Harrod at the Falls of Ohio requested provisions of 756 quarts of corn for 21 days for 26 men of his company , 5 men of Capt. James Harrod company, 3 men of Capt. Levi Todd, and 2 men of Capt. John Holders company.

443-1-523-524-March 6, 1779: Center Document. Rations for 1 day for 12 men of John Williams company.

444-1-523-524-March 6, 1779: Bottom Document. Rations for 2 days for 18 men of Capt. Richard McCarty Company of Regulars.

445-1-525-526 March 10, 1779: Top Document. Ration of guns, bags and flour issued by Mr. Martin, Quartermaster at Fort Patrick Henry for company of Lieut. John Girault. Names Joseph Bowman.

446-1-525-526-March 12, 1779: Bottom Document. Receipt for payment of bacon at Fort Patrick Henry. Names: James Shaw, Joseph Buchanan, John King, John Hildreth, Mary M. Cocket, and John Cockrell.

447-1-527-March 15, 1779: Top Document. Commissary by order of Joseph Bowman issued 2 day rations for 38 men of Capt. Richard McCarty company.

448-1-527-March 1779: Center Document. Joseph Bowman authorized 4 day ration for 11 men of Capt. Williams company.

449-1-527-March 12, 1779: Bottom Document. Rations for 2 days for 35 men of Joseph Bowman company.

450-1-528-March 13, 1779: Top Document. Commissary issued 8 day ration for 3 men of Capt. Edward Worthington company with approval of Joseph Bowman.

451-1-528-March 15, 1779: Center Document. Fort Patrick Henry Commissary by order of Joseph Bowman issued 3 day ration for 3 men of Capt. Williams company on their way to Kaskaskia.

452-1-528-March 16, 1779: Bottom Document. Joseph Bowman instructed commissary to provide 2 day rations for 35 of Capt. Abraham Kellar's company.

453-1-528-March 16, 1779: Top Document. E. Worthington and Joseph Bowman requested that Fort Patrick Henry commissary issue Lieut. Joseph Diornor 2 day ration powder and ball.

454-1-529-March 12, 1779: Center Document. Joseph Bowman authorized commissary to issue 3 day ration for 33 men of Capt. Edward Worthington

455-1-529-March 16, 1779: Bottom Document. Pier Anbelleton certified the delivery of 1 barge, which had been promised the commander at Kaskaskia at Fort Patrick Henry.

456-1-530-531-March 12, 1779: Top Document. Identical to 453 --1-529 with the exception that the verso has "I promise to pay" written.

457-1-530-531-March 12, 1779: Center Document. Identical to 454 --1-529.

458-1-530-532-March 12, 1779: Bottom Document. Identical to 455 --1-529 with the exception for verso having signatures of George Rogers Clark and M. Keneday. Verso stated the bearer was Luke McReau and term boat was used instead of barge.-1-532 is identical verso for Documents filmed-1-531.

459-1-532 March 13, 1779: Top Document. A volunteer ? Lavoine was issued by the commissary a kettle and a tarpaulin from the Magazine for a trip home.

460-1-533-534-March 13, 1779: Center Document. Sam Sells was issued ammunition by the Fort Patrick Henry Commissary for 42 men of Capt. Richard McCarty Company of Regulars. Names: Joseph Bowman.

461-1-533-534-March 13, 1779: Bottom Document. Joseph Bowman order for commissary to issue the bearer of the note a canoe and necessary paddles and oars for going to Illinois from camp. Items issued were 1 small barge, which the verso described as a canoe; 4 oars; 2 bridles; and rope. The bearer, Jean B. Montra used a mark for a signature.

462-1-535-536-March 15, 1779: Top Document. Joseph Bowman instructed the commissary to issue 5 day provision for 5 officers at Fort Patrick Henry. Names: Capt. McCarty, Lieut. Girault, Lieut. Chaplin and Staff: ? Shannon and Patt Kennedy.

463-1-535-536-March 15, 1779: Second Document. Joseph Bowman requested commissary to issue powder and ball for 17 men of Capt. McCarty's Volunteers. Signed for receiving was Sam Sills.

464-1-535-536-March 14, 1779: Third Document. Rations for 3 days for Edward Murry. Signed by John Baley and Joseph Bowman.

465-1-535-536-March 15, 1779: Bottom Document. Ration of 1 gun, 1 cartridge bar and bayonet for a man of Capt. Williams company at Fort Patrick Henry. Names: Lieut. Richard Brashear and Joseph Bowman.

466-1-537-538-March 12, 1779: Top Document. Butter issued by Joseph Bowman to Capt. Worthington. Document 467-1-537-538-March 13, 1779: Center Document. Joseph Bowman at Fort Patrick Henry requested 3 day ration for 1 man of Capt. Williams Company who was going to Kaskaskia. Verso written in French but portions are missing. Names: Jerulky?

468-1-537-538-March 19, 1779: Bottom Document. Faded ink. Joseph Bowman order for ration for 1 man of Capt. John Williams Company.

469-1-539-March 19, 1779: Top Document. Joseph Bowman requested commissary for 4 day ration for 3 men of Captain Willing Company.

470-1-539-March 16, 1779: Center Document. Capt. Abraham Kellar and Joseph Bowman request to commissary for 1 pound of butter for sick man of Kellar company.

471-1-539-March 16, 1779: Bottom Document. Joseph Bowman note to commissary for 4 day provisions for 5 officers.

472-1-540-541-March 13, 1779: Top Document. Joseph Bowman note to Fort Patrick Henry Commissary to issue 4 day provisions of butter and fresh pork for 11 officers.

473-1-540-541-March 15, 1779: Bottom Document. Ration of ammunition of powder and ball for 5 men, who were going to the Falls of Ohio. Names: Joseph Bowman, ? Moyers.

474-1-542-March 14, 1779: Top Document. Two day Ration of corn for 35 men of Joseph Bowman and Capt. Abraham Kellar companies.

475-1-542-March 13, 1779: Center Document. Joseph Bowman order to Fort Patrick Commissary to issue 3 day provisions to William Moyers.

476-1-542-March 13, 1779: Bottom Document. Capt. Richard McCarty requested from Joseph Bowman that the commissary issue 2 day provisions for 39 men of his Company of Regulars.

477-1-543-544-March 10, 1779: Top Document. Ration for 1 man of Capt. Williams company. Names: John Baley and Joseph Bowman.

478-1-543-544-March 12, 1779: Center Document. Joseph Bowman order to commissary to issue 2 pounds of butter for sick men in the hospital.

479-1-543-544-March 9, 1779: Bottom Document. Commissary provided 12 muskets, bayonets, and cartridge boxes to Capt. Richard McCarty. Names: Joseph Bowman.

480-1-545-March 12, 1779: Top Document. Fort Patrick Henry Quartermaster lent a garden spade to Cardinal Jean Baptist, who was to return it when needed. Names: Joseph Bowman, ? Shannon. The word "cardinal" may have meant "cardinet", which was a term used for militia capt.

481-1-545-March 13, 1779: Center Document. Joseph Bowman order to Commissary issued 3 day provisions for 7 men.

482-1-545-March 1779: Bottom Document. Joseph Bowman order to commissary to issue 3 day rations for 10 men of Lieut. John Girault company.

483-1-546-March 11, 1779: Top Document. Fort Patrick Henry commissary issued 2 artificers for 3 days. Names: Joseph Bowman and Patt Kennedy.

484-1-546-March 11, 1779: Center Document. Joseph Bowman order to commissary for 2 day provisions for 12 men of John Girault company.

485-1-546-March 11, 1779: Bottom Document. Rations for 8 men of Capt. Williams company. Names: John Baley and Joseph Bowman.

486-1-547-March 13, 1779: Top Document. Joseph Bowman and Capt. Abraham Kellar order to commissary for 2 pounds of butter for the sick of Kellar's company.

487-1-547-March 10, 1779: Center Document. Joseph Bowman order for 3 pounds of butter for the sick men of ? Murray.

488-1-547-March 10, 1779: Bottom Document. Joseph Bowman approval of Capt. Abraham Kellar request for 4 pounds of butter for 2 sick men of his company.

489-1-548-March 10, 1779: Top Document. Joseph Bowman order for 2 day rations for 41 men of Capt. Abraham Kellar company.

490-1-548-March 10, 1779: Center Document. Joseph Bowman order to Fort Patrick Henry commissary to issue 4 days of rations and 2 artificers.

491-1-548-March 10, 1779: Bottom Document. Joseph Bowman to Patt Kenedy, Fort Patrick Henry commissary to issue 4 day provisions for 4 carpenters.

492-1-549-550-March 10, 1779: Top Document. John Williams order to the Fort Patrick Henry commissary to provide 14 rations for the Gentlemen Officers mess for 3 days. Rations were usually drawn for the officers at Monsieur Henry's.

493-1-549-550-March 11, 1779: Center Document. Rations for 3 days for Edward Murry. Names: John Baley and Joseph Bowman.

494-1-549-550-March 10, 1779: Bottom Document. Capt. Richard McCarty order to commissary for 2 day provisions for 11 men of his company.

495-1-551-552-March 8, 1779: Top Document. By order of Major Bowman the conductor of the stores issued sugar, 2 shot bags and a powder horn to Capt. Abraham Kellar for use at Kellar's camp at Fort Patrick Henry.

496-1-551-552-March 19, 1779: Center Document. Joseph Bowman order to Commissary Patt Kennedy, to issue 4 day provisions for the Gentlemen Officer at Fort Patrick Henry.

497-1-551-552-March 8, 1779: Bottom Document. Commissary issued 30 day rations for 30 men of Capt. John Williams at Fort Patrick Henry.

498-1-553-March 16, 1779: Top Document. Joseph Bowman order for 5 day provisions for Samuel Sells.

499-1-553-March 13, 1779: Center Document. Joseph Bowman request to commissary for 5 day provisions to the bearer of the note.

500-1-553-March 13, 1779: Bottom Document. Joseph Bowman received from the Fort Patrick Henry Quarter master 2 sugar, which had been entered in the store by mistake.

501-1-554-555-March 19, 1779: No. 140. Top Document. William Harrod requested salt for 63 men of Diffrint Company at the Falls of Ohio.

502-1-554-555-March 10, 1779: Bottom Document. George Rogers Clark requested a small bag from Mr. Shannon for Mr. Morshaw?

503-1-556-557-March 12, 1779: Top Document. Receipt indicating $12 was paid for a boy and 2 horses to carry 157 pounds of bacon from Mrs. Mary Higgs to Andrews Grokits? Names: James Shaw of Commissary, Samuel Thompson, Adam Wagnor and ? Dojuse?

504-1-556-557-March 11, 1779: Center Document. Joseph Bowman order for commissary to issue 2 day provisions for 12 men of Richard McCarty Company of Regulars.

505-1-556-557-March 12, 1779: Bottom Document. Joseph Bowman order for commissary to issue 5 day provisions to 5 men with Mr. Moiers, who was on command.

506-1-558-March 11, 1779: Top Document. Capt. Abraham Kellar and Joseph Bowman order for 1 pound of butter for the sick of Kellar's company.

507-1-558-March 9, 1779: Center Document. Provisions for 2 days for 2 men of Capt. Williams company. Names: John Baley and Joseph Bowman.

508-1-558-March 12, 1779: Bottom Document. Joseph Bowman order for commissary to provide 8 day provisions for M. Moiers.

509-1-559-March 14, 1779: Joseph Bowman approval for commissary to issue 2 day provisions for 10 men of the Cahos Volunteers with one of the Kaskaskia of Capt. Richard McCarty company at Fort Patrick Henry.

BOX 615-FOLDER 16

PAPERS-MARCH 17-31, 1779

FRAME #560-653

146 Documents in Folder 16 filmed on 93 frames.

510-1-561-March 17, 1779: Joseph Bowman instructed the commissary at St. Vinsent-Fort Patrick Henry to issue 12 rations to Madam Robadoe, who had supplied such to Edward Murry while he was sick.

511-1-562-564-March 31, 1779: Two page account of Capt. Robert Todd of Illinois for rifles/guns given for soldiers for service in Illinois. Date of issue of rifle, which was identified by a number on the butt end, and name of soldier was given. All rifles issued on March 31, 1779. Names: Larkin Ballinger; Frederick Zimmerman; ? Hall; David Hicks; Joseph Saunder; James Kirtley; John Roberts; Joseph Roberts; Samuel Johnson; James Ballinger, Edward Doherty; William Ken; John Williams; Randall White; William Potter, John Vaughan; Harry Philips and Lewis Pins. Numbers on butt end of rifles were: 4, 7, 10?, 13, 15, 16?, 21, 25, 30, 32 ,34, 36, 52, 53, 54, and 66.

512-1-565-March 23, 1779: Top Document. Joseph Bowman order for 4 day provisions for 28 men of Lieut. Richard Brasheas.

513-1-565-March 21, 1779: Center Document. Provisions issued for 1 day for 9 men of Cohos Volunteers at Fort Patrick Henry. Names: Capt. Richard McCarty and Joseph Bowman.

514-1-565-March 30, 1779: Bottom Document. Lieut. Brasheas at Fort Patrick Henry authorized Edward Murray to have powder and lead.

515-1-566-567-March 20, 1779: Top Document. By order of Major Bowman Fort Patrick Henry issued Capt. Richard McCarty 1 kettle for use of his company of Cahos volunteers.

516-1-566-567-March 1779: Center Document. Commissary issued provisions for 2 days for 9 men of Cahos. Names: Joseph Bowman and Capt. Richard McCarty.

517-1-566-567-March 17, 1779: No. 15. Bottom Document. Faded. The Quartermaster James Patten at the Falls of Ohio issued ration of salt for 3 weeks for 33 men of Capt. William Harrod company; 3 men of Capt. Holder; 4 men of Capt. James Harrod; 6 men of Capt. Todd, 7 men of Capt. Jefs?; men of Capt. Williams, and 2 men in actual service.

518-1-568-March 18, 1779: Top Document. Joseph Bowman order to Commissary to issue 8 day provisions for 2 men for Volunteers in public service at Fort Patrick Henry.

519-1-568-March 17, 1779: Center Document. Commissary issued 2 day provisions for 9 Cahos Volunteers. Names: Joseph Bowman and Capt. Richard McCarty.

520-1-568-March 26, 1779: Bottom Document. Fort Patrick Henry Commissary issued 4 day provisions for 4 of Governor Hambleton's detachment. Names: Lieut. Richard Brasheas.

521-1-569-March 19, 1779: Top Document. Portions of Documents are missing. Rations of 64 salt issued at the Falls of Ohio to 40 men of Capt. William Harrod company; Capt. L. May; Capt. James Harrod; Capt. Levi.

522-1-569-March 18, 1779: Center Document. Fort Patrick Henry commissary issued 1 pound of butter to Edward Murray's ration. Names: John Baley and Joseph Bowman.

523-1-569-March 19, 1779: Bottom Document. Joseph Bowman order to Fort Patrick Henry Commissary to issue 2 pounds of butter to Pat A. Riley for the use of the sick.

524-1-570-571-March 19, 1779: Top Document. Identical to 523-1-569.

525-1-570-571-March 18, 1779: Center Document. Identical to 524-1-569.

526-1-570-571-March 19, 1779: Bottom Document. Identical to 525-1-569.

527-1-572-573-March 19, 1779: Top Document. Commissary issued 2 day provisions for 39 men of Capt. Richard McCarty company of regulars. Names: Joseph Bowman.

528-1-572-573-March 19, 1779 Center Document. Capt. Richard McCarty's note to Joseph Bowman for issuing ration of arms: 2 firelocks and auoutremepts. Verso has name of Sam Sill.

529-1-572-573-March 19, 1779: Bottom Document. Joseph Bowman at Fort Patrick Henry requested 2 pounds of butter for use of Capt. McCarty's mess.

530-1-574-March 19, 1779: Top Document. Commissary was requested by Capt. Abraham Kellar to supply 2 day provisions for 39 men of his company. Names: Joseph Bowman.

531-1-574-March 19, 1779: Center Document. Commissary issued 1 pounds of butter for sick men of Capt. Abraham Kellar Company. Names: Joseph Bowman.

532-1-574-March 20, 1779: Bottom Document. Joseph Bowman requested 4 day provisions for 3 men of Capt. Williams company.

533-1-575-576-March 20, 1779: Top Document. Provisions for 2 days for 6 men of Capt. Worthington's company. Names: Joseph Bowman.

534-1-575-576-March 20, 1779: Center Document. Fort Patrick Henry Commissary by order of Major Bowman issued 15 guns, 6 kettles, 5 tents to Capt. Abraham Kellar for use of the state of Virginia.

535-1-575-576-March 20, 1779: Bottom Document. Fort Patrick Henry quartermaster issued iron to be used in making an awning. Names: Lieut. John Girault, S. Poubodo?

536-1-577-578-March 20, 1779: Top Document. Fort Patrick Henry Commissary issued 6 day provisions for 8 men, who were on escort of Will Shannon of the Continental Store to Kaskaskia.

537-1-577-578-March 21, 1779: Center Document. Fort Patrick Henry quartermaster issued a small copper kettle with lid to ? Pockon for Joseph Bowman.

538-1-577-578-March 20, 1779: Bottom Document. Issued 1 day provision for 12 men of Capt. Williams Company. Names: Joseph Bowman.

539-1-579-580-March 20, 1779: Top Document. Joseph Bowman at Fort Patrick Henry requested 100 pounds of flour for making biscuits.

540-1-579-580-March 17, 1779: Center Document. Capt. Abraham Kellar requested 1 pound of butter for sick men of his company. Names: Joseph Bowman.

541-1-579-580-March 20, 1779: Bottom Document. Lieut. Richard Brashear authorized the Fort Patrick Henry Quartermaster to give the gunners the powder to salute the Colonel's boat when it arrived. Verso: Received the contents. Signed by Abne Crane?

542-1-581-582-March 20, 1779: Top Document. John Baley and Joseph Bowman requested 2 day provisions for 5 men.

543-1-581-582-March 20, 1779: Center Document. Commissary issued 2 day provisions for 2 men of Capt. Abraham Kellar Company. Names: Joseph Bowman.

544-1-581-582-March 20, 1779: No. 234. Bottom Document. Faded. Dan Murray, commissary acknowledged he had received from Moses Beausoleit? for the use of the troops of the state of Virginia $ 400 payable in Bill of Exchange drawn upon the Agent at New Orleans. Names: George Rogers Clark and St. Louis, Missouri.

545-1-583-March 22, 1779: Top Document. Fort Patrick Henry quartermaster issued 8 Fusils. Names: Lieut. Richard Brashear, John Bailey.

546-1-583-March 21, 1779: Bottom Document. Lieut. Richard Brashear received from the Fort Patrick Henry quartermaster 75 kettles and 6 cuttler? (cutlery) for use of the troops of the state of Virginia.

547-1-584-March 26, 1779: Top Document. Commissary issued 6 day provisions to Sam Sill. Names: Lieut. Richard Brashear and Joseph Bowman.

548-1-584-March 21, 1779: Bottom Document. Joseph Bowman received from Fort Patrick Henry Commissary the following supplies: 860 pounds of flour; 984 pounds of Indian meal; 31 bushels of corn; 1,358 pounds of pork; 492 pounds of butter; 1 1/2 bushels of salt; 2 barrels of taffia; and 56 gallons of salt? to be used by the party going to Kaskaskia by water.

549-1-585-586-March 21, 1779: Top Document. Capt. William Harrod at the Falls of Ohio received ammunition for 15 men under his command.

550-1-585-586-March 21, 1779: Center Document. By order of Major Bowman, Capt. Richard McCarty at Fort Patrick Henry received a kettle for the use of his company of regulars.

551-1-585-586-March 21, 1779: No. 139. Bottom Document. Capt. William Harrod received 21 quarts of corn for his company.

552-1-587-March 22, 1779: Top Document. Lieut. Richard Brashear requested the Fort Patrick Henry commissary to issue 2 pounds of butter for the sick.

553-1-587-March 23, 1779: Second Document. Fort Patrick Henry Quartermaster issued by order of Lieut. Richard Brashear 1 falling or salling for the Gentlemen Officers mess.

554-1-587-March 19, 1779: Third Document. Joseph Bowman order to commissary to issue 1 carrott of tobacco to the bearer Bailey.

555-1-587-March 23, 1779: Bottom Document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order to commissary to issue that day's provisions for the men of Capt. McCarty's party. Names: Joseph Bowman.

556-1-588-589-March 21, 1779: Top Document. Capt. Richard McCarty request for 1 day provisions for 25 men of his company of regulars at Fort Patrick Henry. Names: Joseph Bowman.

557-1-588-589-March 23, 1779: Center Document. Lieut. Richard Brashear request for ammunition for his men at Fort Patrick Henry. Lieut. John Baley received.

558-1-588-589-March 23, 1779: Bottom Document. By order of Lieut. Richard Brashear the commissary issued 25 pounds of pork and 1 bushel of corn to the Piankishaws from Wabash. Names: Helm.

559-1-590-591-March 26, 1779: Top Document. Lieut. Richard Brashear requested the commissary to issue 2 day provisions to 15 men of Capt.[ Richard ] McCarty's company at Fort Patrick Henry.

560-1-590-591-March 23, 1779: Center Document. [Lieut.] Richard Brashear received from 1 new water bucket for use of the guard room from the Fort Patrick Henry quartermaster.

561-1-590-591-March 28, 1779: Bottom Document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order to Fort Patrick Henry Commissary to issue 6 rations to Monsieur Legnand?

562-1-592-March 24, 1779: Top Document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order to Fort Patrick Henry Quartermaster to issue to ? Dilliver 30 weight of powder and 60 pound of ball for use of the Indians.

563-1-592-March 24, 1779: Bottom Document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order to commissary to issue 2 day provisions for 3 men, who came with the expedition.

564-1-593-March 22, 1779: Top Document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order to Fort Patrick Henry commissary to issue 2 pounds of butter for the sick.

565-1-593-March 24, 1779: Bottom Document. Indian agent Moses Henry requested Lieut. Richard Brashear to issue 2 pounds of powder and 4 pounds of ball to the 4 Delaware Indians, who came on the expedition from their chief to Fort Patrick Henry.

566-1-594-March 23, 1779: Top Document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order to Fort Patrick Henry commissary for provisions of 27 pounds of pork and 30 pounds of meal for 9 officers. Names: Joseph Bowman.

567-1-594-March 23, 1779: Bottom Document. Four carrots of tobacco and 1 bushel of corn were issued to 20 Indians from the Wias Vea. Two carrots of tobacco were also issued to 4 Delawares at Post St. Vincent. Names: Moses Henry.

568-1-595-March 25, 1779: Top Document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order to the quartermaster to issue iron to the smith to mount the Twich? at Fort Patrick Henry.

569-1-595-March 25, 1779: Bottom Document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order to the commissary to issue 2 pounds of butter for the sick at Fort Patrick Henry.

570-1-596-March 24, 1779: Top Document. Indian agent Moses Henry requested the Fort Patrick Henry Quartermaster to issue " to Dilliver to the grand Rite of his Indians" 10 pounds of powder and 20 pounds of ball. Names: Lieut. Richard Brashear.

571-1-596-March 24, 1779: Bottom Document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order for a shirt to be delivered to Sergeant Jona Mansfield.

572-1-597-March 28, 1779: Top Document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order to Fort Patrick Henry commissary for 5 day provisions for 3 officers and 2 privates.

573-1-597-March 25, 1779: Bottom Document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order to Fort Patrick Henry Commissary for 2 day provisions for 15 men of Capt. McCarty's company.

574-1-598-599-March 29, 1777: Top Document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order to commissary to issue 3 day provisions for 2 officers, a quartermaster, a commissary and 2 privates.

575-1-598-599-March 25, 1779: Bottom Document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order to Fort Patrick Henry Quartermaster to give [provisions] to Bapt. Cornieure? to go hunting for a few days.

576-1-600-March 27, 1779: Top Document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order for 4 day provisions for 28 men of his company. 112 rations.

577-1-600-March 27, 1779: Bottom Document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order to Fort Patrick Henry commissary to issue 4 day provisions to 5 officers.

578-1-601-602-March 25, 1779: Top Document. Receipt signed by Joseph Ramsay for 45 pounds and 10 shillings for finding Barnets O. Buching. Names: James Shaw, James Buchanan; Louis Altarz? Verso written in French.

579-1-601-602-March 25, 1779: Bottom Document. Writing over writing. Difficult to read. Flour and wheat purchased for the Illinois Expedition. Names: James Tuttle, John Crocket; ? Mattes? or ? Wattes?; Lang ? Tuttle?

580-1-603-March 26, 1779: Top Document. Note to commissary to provide 4 and 1/2 pounds of pork for 3 men, who were to "cross over" with Mr. Shannon's horse to bring up the boat to Fort Patrick Henry. Names: Lieut. Richard Brashear, Patt Kennedy.

581-1-603-March 26, 1779: Center Document. Quartermaster at Fort Patrick Henry was instructed to issue 2 carrots of tobacco to the bearer of the message. Names: Moses Henry, Lieut. Richard Brashear.

582-1-603-March 26, 1779: Bottom Document. Fort Patrick Henry Commissary ordered to issue 15 pounds of pork to Misthito? Chief's tribe. Names: Moses Henry, Lieut. Richard Brashear.

583-1-604-605-March 26, 1779: Top Document. Fort Patrick Henry Commissary issued rations to 2 Saviers? Names: Patt Kennedy, Lieut. Richard Brashear.

584-1-604-605-March 28, 1779: Center Document. Fort Patrick Henry Quartermaster issued 2 carrots of tobacco to the Piankishaw chief, who was going to his village. Names: Capt. Helm, commander at St. Vincent.

585-1-604-605-March 23, 1779: Bottom Document. Lieut. Richard Brashear's order to provide gun for man of Capt. Chaleviede? Casshorn of volunteers. Ammunition to Netissie. Names: Sergeant Green, John Baptist Montne.

586-1-606-March 27, 1779: Top Document. Fort Patrick Henry Commissary issued 4 rations to house carpenter. Names: Lieut. Brashear, Patt Kennedy.

587-1-606-March 27, 1779: Center Document. Fort Patrick Henry Commissary issued 4 provisions to 4 prisoners. Names: Lieut. Richard Brashear.

588-1-606-March 27, 1779: Bottom Document. Fort Patrick Henry Commissary issued 2 day provisions for 15 men of Capt. Richard McCarty Company. Names: Lieut. Richard Brashear.

589-1-607-March 28, 1779: No. 52. Top Document. Michael Leach received 25 pounds from James Buchanan for axes sold for the country use.

590-1-607-March 29, 1779: Second Document. Fort Patrick Henry Quartermaster issued half a quire of paper and 1 candle to Levi? Helm, Commander at St. Vincent.

591-1-607-March 26, 1779: Third Document. Fort Patrick Henry Quartermaster issued 8 rations, which were due to a carpenter. Names: Patt Kennedy, Lieut. Richard Brashear.

592-1-607-March 27, 1779: Bottom Document. Commissary issued pork for people, who were going down the Rivers to traverse to Illinois. Names: Lieut. Richard Brashear, Patt Kennedy.

593-1-608-No date: Bottom Document. Top three Documents are blank verso of Documents 589-592 of-1-607. Bought of Joseph Tino 46 beaver? at 7".

594-1-609-610-March 30, 1779: Top Document. Quartermaster issued provision of powder and lead to 14 men of Capt. Richard McCarty company. Names: Lieut. Richard Brashear, Sergeant Samuel Sills.

595-1-609-610-March 29, 1779: Center Document. Fort Patrick Henry Commissary issued 4 day provisions to 14 men of Capt. Kellar company for March 29, 1779 through April 1, 1779. 56 rations. Names: Lieut. Richard Brashear.

596-1-609-610-March 31, 1779: No. 1. Bottom Document. The commissary issued 17 day provisions to Capt. Edw. Worthington for days beginning March 31, 1779 through April 16, 1779.

597-1-611-March 30, 1779: Top Document. Flour was issued to 1 man. Names: Capt. William Harrod, John Williams.

598-1-611-March 30, 1779: Center Document. Portions of Document are missing. Provision of flour and salt were issued for Post St. Vincent. Names: Capt. Leonard Helm, Lieut. Richard Brashear.

599-1-611-March 30, 1779: Bottom Document. The store keeper gave stroud (cloth) for the council table at St. Vincent and 3 knifes. Names: Leonard Helm.

600-1-612-613-March 30, 1779: No. 159. Top Document. Identical to 597,-1-611 except for the number on the verso of the Document.

601-1-612-613-March 30, 1779: Center Document. Identical to 598,-1-611. Two copies of verso.

602-1-612-613-March 30, 1779: Bottom Document. Identical to 599-1-611.

603-1-615-March 30, 1779: No. 148. Top Document. Provisions for 1 day for 21 men. Names: Capt. William Harrod, John Williams.

604-1-615-March 31, 1779: Second Document. Fort Patrick Henry Quartermaster issued 4 day provisions for 1 joiner. Names: Patt Kennedy, Lieut. Richard Brashear.

605-1-615-March 28, 1779: Third Document. James Buchanan paid 47 pounds 10 shillings to Micha Weaver for barrels of packed meat.

606-1-616-March 7, 1779: Bottom Document. Top two Documents are blank versos for Documents 604 and 605-1-615. James Buchanan paid 40 pounds to William Pointer for pack horse service provided Jan. 24, 1779. Names: John Kellar.

607-1-617-March 29, 1779: Top Document. Fort Patrick Henry Quartermaster issued 4 day rations to 2 Sawen? Names: Patt Kennedy.

608-1-617-March 31, 1779: Center Document. Dan Murray, Commissary at Fort Clark, Kaskaskia, received 184 pounds of pork from Monsieur Vital Beauvois for use of the troops of the state of Virginia quartered at Fort Clark.

609-1-617-March 29, 1779: Bottom Document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order to Fort Patrick Henry Commissary for 30 rations for 2 days for 15 men of Capt. Richard McCarty company.

610-1-618-March 31, 1779: Top Document. Torn and missing portions of Document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order to Fort Patrick Henry Commissary to issue provisions to men of Capt. Kellar company.

611-1-618-March 31, 1779: Center Document. Capt. Abraham Kellar order to commissary to issue provisions for 20 men of his company.

612-1-618-March 31, 1779: Bottom Document. Capt. William Harrod at the Falls of Ohio requested 57 pounds of flour to be issued to part of his company and for others, who were going to Harrodsburg.

613-1-619-620-March 31, 1779: Top Document. Identical to 610-1-618 except for blank verso.

614-1-619-620-March 31, 1779: Center Document. Identical to 611-1-618 except for blank verso.

615-1-619-620-March 31, 1779: Bottom Document. Identical to 612,-1-618 except for blank verso.

616-1-621-622-March 29, 1779: Top Document. Four day provisions issued for 2 carpenters at Fort Patrick Henry. Names: Lieut. Richard Brashear, Patt Kennedy.

617-1-621-622-March 12, 1779: Center Document. Portions of Document are missing. Provisions for 3 days for 4 men. names: John but last name missing.

618-1-621-622-March 31, 1779: No. 152. Bottom Document. Capt. William Harrod at the Falls of Ohio requested 2 quarts of corn for each of 26 prisoners.

619-1-623-624-March 28, 1779: Top Document. Lieut. Richard Brashear requested 4 day provisions for 28 men of his company. 112 rations.

620-1-623-624-March 31, 1779: Center Document. Ensign James Montgomery requested 3 day provisions for 17 men of Capt. Williams company.

621-1-623-624-March 29, 1779: Bottom Document. Joseph Bowman request for commissary to issue ammunition of powder and ball to 5 of the Kaskaskia volunteers, who were returning to Kaskaskia. Names: Dan Murray.

622-1-625-626-March 22, 1779: Top Document. Lieut. Richard Brashear authorized Continental Store to issue 2 shirts to Sergeant Gnesn?. Names: Mr. Shannon.

623-1-625-626-March 24, 1779: No. 31. Center Document. George Campbell was paid 31 pounds and 10 shillings for 145 pounds of bacon for use of Capt. Quorks company in continental service. Names Ed. Russell?, J. Buchanan, James Laird, Thomas Jamison, Thomas Wilson, and John Reed.

624-1-625-626-March 31, 1779: No. 140. Bottom Document. Capt. William Harrod at the Falls of Ohio requested 10 pounds of flour for 2 men of Capt. John Williams company.

625-1-627-628-March 22, 1779: Top Document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order to Fort Patrick Henry Commissary to issue powder and ball to 1 man of Capt. Kellar's company.

626-1-627-628-March 22, 1779: Center Document. Provisions for 2 days for 5 men at Fort Patrick Henry. Names: John Bailey, Lieut. Richard Brashear.

627-1-627-628-March 27, 1779: Bottom Document. L. Helm, Commander at Post St. Vincent requested quartermaster to issue a furouje to Joseph Andrews to go into the White Rivers.

628-1-629-630-March 22, 1779: No. 58. Top Document. Faded. Written in French. Appears to be a Bill of Exchange. Names: Monsieur [Oliver] Pollock at New Orleans; (?) Goodin; Monsieur Dumont.

629-1-629-630-March 26, 1779: Bottom Document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order for 4 day provision for 15 men of Capt. Kellar company.

630-1-631-632-March 30, 1779: Top Document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order to commissary to issue 2 pounds of butter for sick at Fort Patrick Henry.

631-1-631-632-March 10, 1779: Second Document. Joseph Bowman order to Fort Patrick Henry Quartermaster to issue 3 guns and acoutrum? for use of John Williams company. Names: Lieut. John Baley.

632-1-631-632-March 13, 1779: Third Document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order to the Continental Store to issue an unnamed item to Abner Craine.

633-1-631-632-March 6, 1779: Bottom Document. Joseph Bowman by order of Colonel Clark instructed the Kaskaskia Quartermaster to issue to Dan Murray 1 large Fitiaugne? with 10 oars for him to go to Kaskaskia, Illinois.

634-1-633-634-March 13, 1779: Top Document. Capt. Abraham Kellar received from Tell Conoway of the commissary 1 gun for use of Kellar's company. Names: Joseph Bowman.

635-1-633-634-March 25, 1779: Second Document. James McLafferty? was paid 20 pounds for 2000 pounds of flour. Names: James Shaw, James Buchanan and W. Binhman.

636-1-633-634-March 17, 1779: Third Document. Joseph Bowman order to commissary to provide Moses Henry 10 pounds of powder and 20 pounds of ball to be given to some Indian hunters.

637-1-633-634-March 16, 1779: Bottom Document. 100 pounds of bacon purchased for the troops going to Illinois. Names: Thomas Wilson; John Lathen; Sam Byone; William Muchmillin, William Buchanan, and Isaac Taylor.

638-1-635-636-March 25, 1779: Top Document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order to Fort Patrick Henry Quartermaster to issue 2 rations, which included shirts, to 2 sawers?. Names: Patt Kennedy.

639-1-635-636-March 1779: Second Document. John Robertson was paid $36 by John Montgomery for making oars for the troops to use on their march to Illinois.

640-1-635-636-March 31, 1779: No. 3. Bottom Document. Robert Readman was issued 31 rations by Peter Light for himself while supplying horses for U. S. service.

641-1-637-638-March 31, 1779: Capt. William Harrod requested 2 day provision for 21 men in Capt. John Williams company.

642-1-639-640-March 19, 1779: A listing of bills/vouchers of General Clark for period of March 17-March 19, 1779. Voucher numbers 1-45 listed by date, in whose favor and with payment or cost listed in French currency. Names: Michael Peltire; Monsieur Hubberdeau; Francis Boferon?; and Major LeGras.

643-1-641-643-March 26, 1779: Top Document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order for 4 day provisions for 16 men of Capt. Kellar company. Same Document on Frames 0641 and 0642.

644-1-641-643-March 18, 1779: Second Document. Capt. William Harrod order to Falls of Ohio Commissary Peatt to issue 11 day ration of salt for 11 men of Harrod's company, who were going to Boonesboro. Same Document on Frames 641 and 642.

645-1-641-643-March 20, 1779: Third Document. Joseph Bowman order to Fort Patrick Henry Commissary to issue 2 day provisions for 15 men of Capt. Kellar's company. Same Document on Frames 641 and 642.

646-1-641-643-March 17, 1779: Bottom Document. Joseph Bowman order to commissary to issue 2 pounds of butter for use of the sick of Capt. Williams company. Same Document on Frames 641 and 642.

647-1-644-645-March 17, 1779: Top Document. Two day provisions for 39 men. Names: Joseph Bowman and Capt. Richard McCarty.

648-1-644-645-March 31, 1779: Second Document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order to Quartermaster to given Sergeant Major Deast 1 tent cloth for use of the sick prisoners at Fort Patrick Henry.

649-1-644-645-March 19, 1779: Third Document. Joseph Bowman order to commissary to issue 4 day provisions for 20 men, who were in a detachment of the Kings Regiment, Royal Regiment of Artillery. References to a Regiment of Foot, Capt. LaMothn Vollonteer Company and 2 carpenters.

650-1-646-647-March 31, 1779: Top Document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order to commissary to issue 4 day provisions for 3 prisoners at Fort Patrick Henry.

651-1-646-647-March 1779: No. 61. Bottom Document. The July 24, 1778 Bill of Exchange sent by William Linn of Kaskaskia, Illinois to Oliver Pollock at New Orleans for payment of $328.50 to Mr. Rapicault. Back written in French and signed by Ene Barre.

652-1-648-649-March 1779: Top Document. The July 25, 1778 Bill of Exchange sent by George Rogers Clark to Oliver Pollock at New Orleans for payment of $1223 to Mr. Gabriel Cere. Verso written in French and has the name of ? Conanuly?

653-1-648-649-March 2, 1779: Bottom Document. The July 25, 1778 Bill of Exchange sent by William Linn of Kaskaskia, Illinois to Oliver Pollock at New Orleans for $619.50 owed to Mr. Gabriel Cerre.

654-1-650-651-March 1779: NO. 59. Top Document. The Dec. 19, 1778 Bill of Exchange for $1040 sent by George Rogers Clark at Kaskaskia, Illinois to Oliver Pollock at New Orleans for payment to Mr. Mortaro or Mortard for sundry articles furnished the state of Virginia. Verso written in French with names of Motard Pouragus.

655-1-650-651-March 1779: No. 54. Bottom Document. The Dec. 19, 1779 Bill of Exchange for $964.50 sent by George Rogers Clark at Kaskaskia, Illinois to Oliver Pollock at New Orleans for payment to Mr. Sarpy, who furnished sundry articles to the state of Virginia. Verso written in French. Names: Monsieur Duch?

656-1-652-653-March 1779: No. 54. The Feb. 5, 1779 Kaskaskia, Illinois Bill of Exchange for $225.78 sent by George Rogers Clark to Oliver Pollock at New Orleans for payment to Simon Huberdieau/Huberdeu.

BOX 616-FOLDER 17

PAPERS APRIL 1-14, 1779

FRAMES #654-#766

153 Documents in Folder 17 filmed on 112 frames.

Frame #654 is sheet for new folder and-1-655 is for a sheet with label of "Indian Expenses-Moses Henry."

657-1-656-April 10, 1779: Top Document. Fort Patrick Henry commissary and quartermaster issued 10 pounds of fresh beef to the Tobacco Chief of the Piankishaws. Names: Moses Henry, Superintendent of Indians; Lieut. Richard Brashear.

658-1-656-April 18, 1779: Center Document. Indian Agent Moses Henry and Lieut. Richard Brashear order to Fort Patrick Henry Commissary to issue 1 bag of corn to the Delaware Indians. 32 rations.

659-1-656-April 17, 1779: Bottom Document. Indian Agent Moses Henry and Lieut. Richard Brashear order to Fort Patrick Henry Commissary for 1 bag of corn for the Kickapaus [Kickapoo] Indians to make hominy. 26 bushels or 32 rations.

660-1-657-April 4, 1779: Top Document. Indian Agent Moses Henry received from Monsieur Sojunip? $113.30 in cash for Delaware and Ottawa Indians at Fort Patrick Henry.

661-1-657-April 12, 1779: Bottom Document. Moses Henry and Lieut. Richard Brashear order to Fort Patrick Henry Commissary to issue 4 bushels of corn to the Delaware Indians.

662-1-658-April 14, 1779: Top Document. Identical to 660-1-657.

663-1-658-April 2, 1779: Bottom Document. Identical to 661-1-657.

664-1-659-April 1779: Top Document. Moses Henry and Lieut. Richard Brashear order to Fort Patrick Henry Quartermaster to issue 4 pounds of powder and 8 pounds of lead to the Delaware Indians at St. Vincent.

665-1-659-April 5, 1779: Center Document. Order of Lieut. Richard Brashear and Leonard Helm, who was commander and superintendent of Indians at St. Vincent that 10 pounds of powder and 20 pounds of lead were to be given to the "Tabacco's son Chief of the Piankishaws."

666-1-659-April 3, 1779: Bottom Document. Moses Henry and Lieut. Richard Brashear order to the quartermaster to issue 6 carrots of tobacco to the Delaware Indians and other nations at St. Vincent.

667-1-660-661-April 6, 1779: Top Document. Receipt of Moses Henry that he had received 6 bushels of country salt from John Green for use by the state of Virginia at Fort Patrick Henry, Kaskaskia, Illinois.

668-1-660-661-April 6, 1779: Center Document. Order to issue corn to Abraham? Daniel for the support of his family since he was going on business for the state of Virginia. Names: Lieut. Richard Brashear, Leonard Helm, and Moses Henry. 5 bushels.

669-1-660-661-April 6, 1779: Bottom Document. Indian Agent Moses Henry and Capt. Leonard Helm order to the Continental Store to issue 2 stroud, 2 pair of legons, 2 breech cloth, 2 shirts and 2 bags of paint to Capt. Bule at St. Vincent.

670-1-662-April 2, 1779: Top Document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order to Fort Patrick Henry Commissary to give half a bushel of meal from his ration or account. Names: Moses Henry.

671-1-662-April 5, 1779: Center Document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order to Fort Patrick Henry Quartermaster to give 10 pounds of powder and 20 pounds of lead to the Taway Chief at St. Vincent.

672-1-662-April 17, 1779: Bottom Document. Indian Agent Moses Henry requested Fort Patrick Henry Quartermaster to issue 10 carrots of tobacco to the Kickapaus [Kickapoo] and Piankishaw Indians.

673-1-663-April 15, 1779: Top Document. Commissary issued 1 bushel of corn for Indians at St. Vincent. Names: Moses Henry, Richard Brashear. 16 rations.

674-1-663-April 17, 1779: Center Document. Kickapoo Indians at St. Vincent were given 2 bags of corn, which was equivalent to 4 bushels or 64 rations. Names: Moses Henry, Lieut. Richard Brashear.

675-1-663-April 1779: Bottom Document. Fort Patrick Henry Quartermaster gave 6 carrots of tobacco to Delaware Indians.

INDIAN EXPENSES-RICHARD BRASHEAR

AND LEONARD HELM

Frame #664 is for a sheet referring to the above records,

which start with Document 676-1-666.

676-1-665-666-April 17, 1779: Top Document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order for 2 pounds of gun powder for the gunners to salute the funeral of the "old Tabaco, who died at Fort Patrick Henry." Names: Abne Crain.

677-1-665-666-April 14, 1779: Bottom Document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order to the Quartermaster for 2 pounds of gun powder for the gunners to use for saluting the Kickapoo and Ottawa Indians, who were to arrived April 14, 1779 at Fort Patrick Henry. Names: Abne Crain.

678-1-667-669-May 1779: Top Document. Capt. [Leonard] Helm order at St. Vincent that salt and corn be given to the Potawatomi Nation of Indians. Names: Sergeant Major Samuel Sills, Lieut. Richard Brashear. Identical Document-1-668.

679-1-667-669-April 18, 1779: Bottom Document. Fort Patrick Henry Quartermaster issued 4 carrots of tobacco and 2 bags of paint to Delaware Indians at St. Vincent. Names: Moses Henry, Leonard Helm. Identical Document-1-668.

680-1-670-April 4, 1779: Top Document. Leonard Helm at St. Vincent order to conductor of the Continental Store to give Weelindahin? blue stroud, blankets, and 2 ruffle shirts, which were worn when "carrying" speeches to different [Indian] nations and other service for the state of Virginia.

681-1-670-April 8, 1779: Bottom Document. Order from Leonard Helm at St. Vincent to conductor of the Continental Store to give the Grand Luite 2 stroud, 2 blankets, 2 bags of paint, and 2 breech cloths.

682-1-671-672-April 8, 1779: Top Document. Leonard Helm order to conductor of the Continental Store to provide 2 stroud, 2 blankets, 2 bags of paint, 3 shirts, 2 pair of leggings, and 2 britch (breeches) cloths to the Tobacco Chief at Post Vincent.

683-1-671-672-April 8, 1779: No. 105. Center Document. Leonard Helm order to the conductor of the Store at Fort Patrick Henry to give 3 bags of paint to Capt. Bull, a Delaware Indian for service, which he had done.

684-1-671-672-April 8, 1779: Bottom Document. Capt. Leonard Helm at Post Vincent requested 1 pound of canoles? from the Quartermaster. Samuel Sells signed as receiving.

685-1-673-April 4, 1779: Capt. Leonard Helm instructed the conductor of the stores at Post Vincent to give "these Indians" 4 paint, 2 pair of leggings, 2 britch cloths, 2 shirts, 2 blankets, 4 knives for service to the state of Virginia at Post Vincent.

686-1-674-675-April 10, 1779: Top Document. Written in French. Commissary issued 13 rations to Capt. Richard McCarty of the Illinois Battalion. Names: ? Gooty?

687-1-674-675-April 13, 1779: Center Document. Jene? Stroode received 74 rations from Peter Light for 74 days employed with his wagon and teams for the U. S.

688-1-674-675-April 7, 1779: Bottom Document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order for quartermaster to issue 1 gun to 1 man of Capt. Williams Company along with 1/4 pound of powder and 1/2 pound of lead.

689-1-676-677-April 7, 1779: Top Document. John Wood was paid by James Buchanan for hauling 2 loads to Long Hands for use of the Illinois Expedition. Names: Sergeant Dougherty, James Shaw, George Bell, John Kelank?

690-1-676-677-April 8, 1779: Center Document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order to the Fort Clark Commissary to provide rations for 3 days for 11 men of his company.

691-1-676-677-April 10, 1779: Bottom Document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order to commissary to issue 4 day provisions for 28 men of John Williams Co. at Fort Patrick Henry. 112 rations.

692-1-678-679-April 7, 1779: Top Document. Capt. Edward Worthington order for 3 day provisions for 6 men of his company.

693-1-678-679-April 7, 1779: Second Document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order to the commissary for 4 day provisions for 15 men of Capt. A. Kellar Co. at Fort Patrick Henry. 60 rations.

694-1-678-679-April 1779: Third Document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order to commissary for 6 day provisions for 3 prisoners at Fort Patrick Henry.

695-1-678-679-April 7, 1779: Bottom Document. A farmer at Fort Patrick Henry was given a 4 day provisions. Names: Patt Kennedy, Lieut. Richard Brashear.

696-1-680-681-April 7, 1779: Top Document. Provisions for 3 days were given to 2 Saweny? Pors at Fort Patrick Henry. Names: Patt Kennedy, Lieut. Richard Brashear.

697-1-680-681-April 6, 1779: Bottom Document. Dan Murray, Quartermaster, certified that Monsieur Vital Beauvais provided 4 loads of wood for use of Fort Clark and 2 carts for carts for unloading the bateau [flat bottomed rowboat] from Post Vincent, Kaskaskia.

698-1-682-684-April 6, 1779: Top Document. Edward Worthington order to commissary to issue 5 days of rations to Daniel Boutkin?

699-1-682-684-April 6, 1779: Bottom Document. Capt. Abraham Kellar request to the commissary for 4 day ration for himself, an ensign, and Nongumny?.

700-1-685-686-April 4, 1779: Top Document. Capt. Richard McCarty order to commissary for 2 day rations for 15 men of his company.

701-1-685-686-April 5, 1779: Center Document. Provisions were issued to 3 members of Col. Clark's family. Names: Will Shannon. 15 rations.

702-1-685-686-April 5, 1779: No. 61. Bottom Document. Order for powder and lead for 2 spies. Names: Capt. John Williams, Capt. William Harrod.

703-1-687-688-April 1779: Top Document. Written in French. Monsieur Gibauls was paid $200 silver of the American colonies for supplying flour or meal to the magazine of the U. S. and for providing mackriel.

704-1-687-688-April 5, 1779: Center Document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order to Fort Patrick Henry Quartermaster for powder and lead for the Sergeant Major. Names ? Dust.

705-1-687-688-April 4, 1779: Bottom Document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order to commissary for 4 day rations for 3 prisoners at Fort Patrick Henry.

706-1-689-690-April 4, 1779: Top Document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order to commissary to issue 1 pound of butter for the sick of Capt. Kellar company.

707-1-689-690-April 4, 1779: Center Document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order to Fort Patrick Henry Commissary to issue 2 day provisions for 14 men of Capt. McCarty company. 30 rations.

708-1-689-690-April 4, 1779: Bottom Document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order to the Fort Clark Commissary to issue 2 day rations for 12 men of McCarty's company of regulars.

709-1-691-692-April 4, 1779: No. 1. Top Document. Capt. William Harrod order to issue gun powder to 1 man in his company at the Falls of Ohio.

710-1-691-692-April 3, 1779: Center Document. Capt. Richard McCarty order for 3 day provisions for 14 men of his Company of Regulars.

711-1-691-692-April 3, 1779: Bottom Document. Capt. Edward Worthington order to Commissary for 3 day provisions for 2 men of his company.

712-1-693-695-April 3, 1779: No. 59. Top Document on #Frame 693 and 694 are identical. Lieut. James Patten at the Falls of Ohio requested ammunition for William Mires, who was going to Williamsburg.

713-1-693-695-April 4, 1779: No. 60. Center Document-1-693 and 694 are identical. Lieut. James Patten at Falls of Ohio order for ammunition for a man in Jefs? company. Names: Capt. William Harrod.

714-1-693-695-April 4, 1779: Bottom Document-1-693 and 694 are identical. Lieut. Richard Brashear order to Fort Patrick Henry Quartermaster to give 2 bushels of oats to Sergeant major Dust.

715-1-696-697-April 17, 1799: Top Document. Order to Fort Clark Commissary to issue 3 day provisions for 3 men of Col. Clark's waiters. Names: ? Shannon.

716-1-696-697-April 17, 1799: Center Document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order for the Fort Patrick Henry Continental Store to give the men, who came with the expedition from the Falls of Ohio the following supplies: 1 blanket, 1 pair of Leggings, 1 carrot of tobacco and 1 knife.

717-1-696-697-April 17, 1779: Bottom Document. Lieut. Richard Brashear certified that Capt. Plaspy furnished provisions to Lieut. Lavoine of the Cahos Volunteers from Kaskaskia.

718-1-698-April 4, 1779: Top Document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order to the Continental Store to issue 12 shirts, cloths, leggings for Capt. Williams' men, who were engaged for the expedition.

719-1-698-April 4, 1779: Center Document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order to Fort Patrick Henry Commissary for 4 day provisions for 15 men of Capt. Richard McCarty company.

720-1-698-April 4, 1779: Bottom Document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order to the commissary to provide 2 day rations for 2 officers, 1 quartermaster, 1 cornet, 2 brevets at Fort Patrick Henry. 24 rations.

721-1-699-700-April 1779: Top Document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order for 2 pounds of butter for use of the sick at Fort Patrick Henry.

722-1-699-700-April 1, 1779: No 10. Center Document. Capt. William Harrod at the Falls of Ohio request for flour for the men of his company.

723-1-699-700-April 4, 1779: Bottom Document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order for 4 day provisions for 28 men of his company at Fort Patrick Henry. 112 rations. Names: [Sergeant Major] Dust.

724-1-701-702-April 6, 1779: Top Document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order for powder and lead for 28 men of Capt. Williams' company at Fort Patrick Henry. Names: John Baley.

725-1-701-702-April 6, 1779: Center Document. Lieut. Richard Brashear request for powder and lead for 15 men of Capt. A. Kellar company at Fort Patrick Henry. Names: [Sergeant Major] Dust.

726-1-701-702-April 7, 1779: Bottom Document. Lieut. Richard Brashear report that an application was made by the bateau master that one of the piroagues (dug out canoe) was claimed by Monsieur Pirret. Brashear investigated and learned that Governor Hamilton had taken the piroagues out of the water " for fear of his men deserting". The pioroagues were given back to the bateau master. Names: D. Docanoe?

727-1-703-704-April 10, 1779: Top Document. Joseph Bowman order to the Fort Clark store to issue a pair of shoes to Monsieur Charles Charleville and place it on his account.

728-1-703-704-April 11, 1779: Bottom Document. Written in French. Capt. Richard McCarty order to the commissary to issue 3 bags to 12 men.

729-1-705-March 5, 1779: Top Document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order to commissary for 4 day provisions commencing April 5 and ending April 8, 1779 for 28 men at Fort Patrick Henry. 112 rations.

730-1-705-April 10, 1779: Center Document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order to Fort Patrick Henry commissary for 6 day provisions for 2 officers, 1 quartermaster, commissary, and 2 privates.

731-1-705-April 11, 1779: Bottom Document. Order for rations of salt and butter be given to Capt. Leonard Helm and Mr. Cowen. Names: Richard Brashear.

732-1-706-707-April 5, 1779: Top Document. Capt. Richard McCarty order to Fort Clark Commissary to issue 2 day provisions for 12 men.

733-1-706-707-April 5, 1779: Center Document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order to Fort Patrick Henry Quartermaster to issue from the Continental Store 1 pair of Leggings for Lieut. Baley.

734-1-706-707-April 5, 1779: No. 64. Bottom Document. Lieut. James Patten at the Falls of Ohio request for provisions of ammunition of powder and lead for 6 men of Capt.Harrod's company.

735-1-708-709-April 5, 1779: Top Document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order to Fort Patrick Henry Commissary for 5 day provisions for 8 men.

736-1-708-709-April 5, 1779: Bottom Document. James Montgomery order for 3 day provisions for 20 men of Capt. Williams company.

737-1-710-711-April 3, 1779: Top Document. Order for 2 bags of corn for Indians at Post Vincent. Names: Lieut. Richard Brashear, Moses Henry.

738-1-710-711-April 3, 1779: Center Document. Abraham Kellar request for 3 day provisions of pork and flour for 20 men of his company.

739-1-710-711-April 11, 1779: Bottom Document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order to Fort Patrick Henry Commissary for butter for use of sick at the fort.

740-1-712-713-April 1, 1779: Top Document. Ensign James Montgomery order to Fort Clark Commissary for 2 day provisions for 230 men of Capt. William co.

741-1-712-713-April 3, 1779: Center Document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order for 4 day provisions for part of Capt. Killar's company at Fort Patrick Henry. Names: John Duff.

742-1-712-713-April 2, 1779: Bottom Document. Capt. William Harrod order concerning Capt. Williams' arrival with prisoners of war and reference to small arms.

743-1-714-716-April 14, 1779: Top Document is identical on Frames #714 and 715. Lieut. Richard Brashear order for 2 bushels of oats for horses at Fort Patrick Henry.

744-1-714-716-April 1, 1779: Center Document is identical on Frames #714 and 715. Capt. William Harrod order for 2 quarts of salt for 26 prisoners at the Falls of Ohio.

745-1-714-716-April 1, 1779: Bottom Document is identical on Frames #714 and 715. Capt. Richard McCarty order to commissary for 4 day provisions for 11 men at Fort Clark.

746-1-717-718-April 4, 1779: Top Document. Dan Murray certified that Capt. Barbeau furnished 1 hogshead of wine for use and service of the state of Virginia at Kaskaskia for the price of $ 100. Names: George Rogers Clark.

747-1-717-718-April 17, 1779: No. 150. Center Document. John Williams request for flour for 1 man of his company at the Falls of Ohio. Names: Capt. William Harrod.

748-1-717-718-April 8, 1779: Bottom Document. Order to Fort Clark Commissary to give provisions for the Nospittal for women for 3 days. Names: ?

749-1-719-721-April 5, 1779: Top Document is identical-1-719 and 0720. Capt. William Harrod order for provisions for 3 men of Capt. Williams company.

750-1-719-721-April 10, 1779: Second Document is identical-1-719 and 0720. Lieut. Richard Brashear order to the commissary for 4 day provisions for 15 men of Capt. Richard McCarty company at Fort Patrick Henry.

751-1-719-721-April 9, 1779: Third Document is identical-1-719 and 0720. Lieut. Richard Brashear order to give 1 shirt from the Fort Patrick Henry Continental Store to Lanfant of McCarty's company of regulars.

752-1-719-721-April 15, 1779: Bottom Document is identical-1-719 and 0720. Lieut. Richard Brashear order to Fort Patrick Henry Commissary to issue 1 pound of butter for the sick of Capt. Kellar's company.

753-1-722-723-April 1779: Top Document. Provisions for 3 days for 2 carpenters at Fort Patrick Henry. Names: Patt Kennedy, Quartermaster, and Lieut. Richard Brashear.

754-1-722-723-April 1779: Center Document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order to commissary to issue 11 rations to Monsieur Legrand at Post Vincent.

755-1-722-723-April 19, 1779: Bottom Document. Capt. Abraham Kellar order to commissary to issue 2 day provisions for 17 men of his company.

756-1-724-725-April 7, 1779: Top Document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order for 6 day provisions for 15 men of Capt. McCarty company at Fort Patrick Henry.

757-1-724-725-April 7, 1779: Center Document. James Montgomery order to Fort Patrick Henry Commissary for 1 day provisions for 1 man of Capt. Helm's company.

758-1-724-725-April 12, 1779: Bottom Document. Joseph Bowman order for 2 day rations for 2 men in Capt. Williams company.

759-1-726-727-April 13, 1779: Top Document. Abraham Kellar order for 5 day provisions for 2 men of his company.

760-1-726-727-April 12, 1779: Center Document. Provisions for 3 days issued for 5 men of Capt. Worthington company.

761-1-726-727-April 12, 1779: Bottom Document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order for 4 day provisions for 2 officers, 1 quartermaster, 1 commissary and 2 soldiers at Fort Patrick Henry.

762-1-728-729-April 10, 1779: Top Document. Capt. Richard McCarty of the Illinois Battalion order to commissary for 1 day provisions for 11 men of his company.

763-1-728-729-April 12, 1779: Center Document. Commissary issued 6 day provisions to 2 Sawens. Names: Patt Kennedy, Quartermaster, and Lieut. Richard Brashear.

764-1-728-729-April 12, 1779: Bottom Document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order to Fort Patrick Henry Commissary for 3 carrots of tobacco for 12 men of Capt. William company.

765-1-730-731-April 11, 1779: Top Document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order for 56 rations for 4 days for 14 men of Capt. Kellar company.

766-1-730-731-April 12, 1779: Center Document. Commissary issued 4 day provisions for a laboring man at Fort Patrick Henry. Names: Quartermaster Patt Kennedy and Lieut. Richard Brashear.

767-1-730-731-April 12, 1779: Bottom Document. John Girault request to Mr. Marney? of the Commissary for some butter for Capt. McCarty, Monsieur Perault and himself since no provisions had been given to them since arrival.

768-1-732-733-April 1779: Top Document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order to Fort Patrick Henry Commissary for 4 day provisions for 28 men of John Williams co.

769-1-732-733-April 15, 1779: Center Document. Written in French. Lieut. John Girault order to Kaskaskia Commissary for 3 day provisions for 14 men.

770-1-732-733-April 14, 1779: Bottom Document. Commissary issued 3 day provisions for 2 carpenters. Names Quartermaster Patt Kennedy, Lieut. Richard Brashear.

771-1-734-735-April 13, 1779: Top Document. Rations for 3 days issued for 7 men of Capt. Kellar's company. Names: Joseph Bowman.

772-1-734-735-April 12, 1779: Center Document. Joseph Bowman order for 5 day provisions for 3 artificers at Fort Clark.

773-1-734-735-April 17, 1779: Bottom Document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order to commissary for 4 day provisions for 28 men of Capt. John Williams Company.

774-1-736-738-April 12, 1779: Top Document identical on Frame 736 and 737. Capt. William Harrod order for flour for use of Eaprge? to go to Elenor (Illinois).

775-1-736-738-April 12, 1779: Center Document identical on Frame 736 and 737. Lieut. John Girault order to commissary for 2 day provisions for 1 man of Capt. McCarty's company.

776-1-736-738-No date: Bottom Document identical on Frame 736 and 737. Fragment. Cannot determine any meaning of words.

777-1-739-740-April 12, 1779: Top Document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order to commissary for 6 day provisions for 1 joiner at Fort Patrick Henry. Names: Patt Kennedy.

778-1-739-740-April 12, 1779: Center Document. Jacob Pyeatt gave Joseph Bowman 17 bushels of salt, which had been purchased by Capt. J. Harrod at Shisere? in Western Illinois.

779-1-739-740-April 13, 1779: Bottom Document. Lieut. J. Girault order to commissary for 10 day provisions for himself.

780-1-741-742-April 24, 1779: Top Document. Commissary issued 3 day provisions for 3 of Colonel Clark's waiters. Names: ? Shannon.

781-1-741-742-April 1, 1779: Bottom Document. Two day rations for a detachment of 16 men including 2 volunteers and 2 carpenters. Names: Joseph Bowman.

782-1-743-744-April 8, 1779: Top Document. Accounting of rations for 10 men of the Kings Order Regiment of Foot, 1 man of the Royal Regiment of Artillery, 2 men of Capt. LaMother Volunteers Co. and 2 carpenters at Fort Clark. Total rations were 45. Names: Joseph Bowman.

783-1-743-744-April 5, 1779: Center Document. Rations for 15 men for 3 days for 10 men of the Kings Order Regiment, 1 man of the Royal Artillery, 2 men of Capt. LaMother's Volunteer Co. and 2 carpenters. Names: Joseph Bowman.

784-1-743-744-April 11, 1779: Bottom Document. Accounting for 2 day ration for a detachment of the Kings Regiment for 15 men. Names: Robert George, John Chapman Sergeant of King's Regiment.

785-1-745-746-March 25, 1779: Top Document. George McDowall was paid 3,405 pounds and 8 shillings by David Kennedy for carriage (hauling) of stones? from his place for use of the army under command of General George Clark. Names: Sam Finley?

786-1-745-746-April 15, 1779: Center Document. Robert Williams signed his mark for receiving 2 rations from Peter Light for being the horse driver or horse master for John Nustan for service to the U. S.

787-1-745-746-April 18, 1779: Bottom Document. Lieut. Richard Brashear requested 4 day provisions for 2 officers, 1 quartermaster, 1 commissary and 2 privates. 24 rations.

788-1-747-748-April 10, 1779: Top Document. Capt. Robert George requested 3 day rations for 38 men and 1 woman of his company at Fort Clark.

789-1-747-748-April 16, 1779: Center Document. Capt. Robert George order to commissary for 3 day provisions for 4 officers and 2 men at Fort Clark.

790-1-747-748-April 17, 1779: Bottom Document. Written in French. Lieut. Richard Brashear order for the quartermaster to replace the lost spade of Duruist?

791-1-749-751-April 10, 1779: Top Document identical-1-749 and 750. Lieut. Richard Brashear order to the Fort Patrick Henry Quartermaster to provide gun powder, ball and flints to 2 men, who came from the Falls of Ohio and were going to Kaskaskia. Names: Thomas Moore.

792-1-749-751-April 14, 1779: Center Document identical-1-749 and 750. Capt. Robert George order to the conductor of the stores to give 3 pair of shoes, 1 pound Lugger to Leanoway Chorleveel and to charge to it to his account. Verso has name of Froincoy Charleville.

793-1-749-751-April 3, 1779: Bottom Document identical-1-749 and 750. Faded. Commissary issued flour, pork and beef to 6 men and 2 women belonging to the detachment commanded by Capt. Robert George.

794-1-752-753-April 18, 1779: Top Document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order to Fort Patrick Henry Quartermaster to give 2 bushels of oats to Duff.

795-1-752-753-April, 1779: Bottom Document. Microfilmer listed as faded. Powder and lead were issued at Fort Clark for company of John Murray? or Harman? Names: Abraham Kellar, George Rogers Clark.

796-1-754-755-April 17, 1779: Top Document. James Montgomery order to commissary for 3 day provisions for Ensign Montgomery and William Williams.

797-1-754-755-March 19, 1779: Center Document. Joseph Bowman order to Fort Patrick Henry Commissary to issue 1 pound of powder and 2 pounds of balls to 2 men under his command. Signed by John Duff.

798-1-754-755-April 18, 1779: Bottom Document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order for 4 day provisions for 15 men of Capt. McCarty company at Fort Patrick Henry.

799-1-756-757-April 18, 1779: Top Document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order for 4 day provisions for 14 men of Capt. Kellar's company at Fort Patrick Henry.

800-1-756-757-April 20, 1779: Center Document. Lieut. Richard Brashear approved 4 day provisions for 29 men of Capt. John Williams company at Fort Patrick Henry.

801-1-756-757-April 15, 1779: Bottom Document. Moses Bonner sold 2 rifles for 150 pounds (Virginia Currency) for use of the troops under command of Lieut. Col. John Montgomery. Names: Ensign Gerald Williams, William Brokess?

802-1-758-760-April 4, 1779: Top Document identical on Frames 758 and 759. Microfilmer listed as Faded. Provisions for 2 men of Capt. Worthington at Fort Clark. Names: Joseph Bowman.

803-1-758-760-April 4, 1779: Bottom Document identical on Frames 758 and 759. John Bradley receipt for $ 843.00 for expenses of Lieut. Merriweather, who was at Bradley's house in Pittsburgh for 2 and 1/2 months when on his way to join Col. Clark. Names: John Clark.

804-1-761-763-April 18, 1779: Top Document identical on Frames 761 and 762. Provisions for 3 days for 9 men of Capt. Edward Worthington's company stationed at Fort Clark.

805-1-761-763-April 6, 1779: No. 38. Center Document identical on Frames 761 and 762. Receipt for payment to Sors Brown for bacon purchased by James Buchanan.

806-1-761-763-April 15, 1779: Bottom Document identical on Frames 761 and 762. Fragment of Document. Corn? issued for Capt. Williams company for use on the Ohio.

807-1-764-766-April 6, 1779: No. 33. Top Document identical on Frames 764 and 765. Lieut. James Patten order for salt needed at the Falls of Ohio.

808-1-764-766-April 15, 1779: No. 2. Second Document identical on Frames 764 and 765. Capt. William Harrod order for 6 days of ammunition for 2 men of his company.

809-1-764-766-April 14, 1779: Third Document identical on Frames 764 and 765. Provisions for 4 days for 14 men of Capt. Kellar's company.

810-1-764-766-April 14, 1779: Bottom Document identical on Frames 764 and 765. Order to "let the Labouren" have 4 rations due to him at Fort Patrick Henry. Names: Quartermaster Patt Kennedy and Lieut. Richard Brashear.

BOX 616-FOLDER 18

PAPERS APRIL 19-30, 1779

FRAMES #767-869

121 different Documents in Folder 18 filmed on 102 frames.

811-1-768-769-April 1779: Bill of exchange written in the Spanish Ozarks by Lieut. Isaac Collins Feb. 27, 1779. Sent to Oliver Pollock, agent at New Orleans for $ 14 payable to Andrew Loope for items supplied for men under the command of Col. David Rogers of the state of Virginia.

812-1-770-771-April 1779: No. 63. Bill of exchange from Lieut. Isaac Collins at the Spanish Ozarks to Oliver Pollock, agent for the U. S. Payment of $ 300 to Andrew Loope for provisions of clothing and other necessaries for use of the men commanded by Col. David Clark from the state of Virginia.

813-1-772-April 15, 1779: Feb. 22, 1779 Bill of exchange sent by Col. David Rogers to Oliver Pollock, agent for the U. S. at New Orleans for payment of $ 14.00 for provisions obtained from Monsieur Layhard? for men in Rogers' company.

814-1-773-774-April 1779: No. 62. Feb. 4, 1779 Bill of Exchange sent by Lieut. Isaac Collins of the Spanish Ozarks to Oliver Pollock of New Orleans for $345.00 due Andrew Loop, merchant of the Spanish Ozarks for items needed for Col. David Rogers' company in service of the state of Virginia.

815-1-775-776-April 24, 1779: No. 109. Top Document. Leonard Helm authorization for the Fort Patrick Henry conductor of the store to give 1 stroud, 1 pair of leggings, 1 britch cloth, 1 bag of paint, 1 shirt and 5 carrots of tobacco to the Kickapoo chief.

816-1-775-776-April 23, 1779: Bottom Document. Leonard Helm order to Fort Patrick Henry Quartermaster to provided 2 stroud, 2 pair of leggings, 2 britch cloth, 2 bags of vermillion, 2 shirts and 2 blankets to 2 Delaware Indians.

817-1-777-778-April 19, 1779: Top Document. Delaware Indians at Fort Patrick Henry were given 1 day provisions of corn, which was equivalent to 32 rations or 2 bushels. Names: Moses Henry, Indian Agent, Lieut. Richard Brashear.

818-1-777-778-April 24, 1779: Bottom Document. Fort Patrick Henry Conductor of the Store gave paint to the Nia? chief; 1 carrot of tobacco, 1 stroud, 1 bag of paint to the Tobaco Indian. References to Piankishaw Chief due to the death of the old Tabaco Chief. Names: Leonard Helm, Lieut. Richard Brashear.

819-1-779-780-April 24, 1779: No. 11. Top Document. Authorization to the Fort Patrick Henry Conductor of the Store to provide 1 bag of paint, 1 pair of leggings, and 1 britch cloth to the Potawatomi Chief.

820-1-779-780-April 26, 1779: No. 185. Bottom Document. Battest, an indian, was given 3 quarts of taffia by order of Col. Clark. Names: ? Shannon, Mr. Jerret.

821-1-781-782-April 27, 1779: Top Document. Authorization of rations by Capt. Robert George for 3 days for 9 men, who were in a detachment of Kings Order Regiment of Foot.

822-1-781-782-April 30, 1779: Bottom Document. Capt. Robert George authorization for 3 day rations for 9 men, who were of a detachment of the Kings Regiment.

823-1-783-784-April 30, 1779: No. 254. Accounting to Richard McCarty for Capt. Bowman for wood and stone for the troops of Cahos. Cost $9.00. Names: Major Joseph Bowman; Colonel George Rogers Clark for reimbursement.

824-1-785-April 30, 1779: Accounting of sundry items given to the Indians for service done by them at the Cahos in 1778. Listing of items by dates between Dec. 19, 1778 and Feb. 25 1779. Items given were taffia, 2 shirts, 6

blankets, 3 blue stroud, 4 red caps, 1 pint of taffia. Cost $ 79.00 in Spanish dollars. Names: Richard McCarty, Major Joseph Bowman.

825-1-786-787-April 30, 1779: "A monthly abstract of Provisions issued at Fort Clark in the Illinois for the month of April 1779 by John Marney." Accounting listed by day of month, number of rations, rations of corn, flour, salt, beef and taffia. Total of 3,456 rations including 5,172 pounds of flour, 16 pounds of corn, 5,053 pounds of beef, 39 pounds of butter, 499 sills of salt, and 3,432 sills of taffia. George Rogers Clark certified the abstract was correct for provisions issued to troops, prisoners, Indians and others. Another title for the Document was "Fort Clark Monthly Abstract of Issues April 1779."

826-1-788-October 21, 1778: Top Document. Capt. William Harrod at the Falls of Ohio order to Jacob Piatt, Commissary for 336 pounds of dasnife? flour.

827-1-788-April 24, 1779: Bottom Document. Provisions for 3 days for Capt. McCarty company of Regulars. Total of 27 rations issued to commissioned officers, non-commissioned officers (1 Sergeant Major, 2 Sergeants), 1 drummer, 1 fifer, and 22 privates. Names: Lieut. John Girault.

828-1-789-April 21, 1779: No. 166. Top Document. Jacob Pyeatt received 258 pounds of meat with bones from Samuel Presy? for use of the troops at the Falls of Ohio.

829-1-789-April 22, 1779: Center Document. Pork provided by Mr. Jarah? for use of the troops under command of Col. Clark at Fort Clark. Names: Capt. McCarty, Capt. Worthington, Capt. Kellar, and Kings Regiment.

830-1-790-791-April 26, 1779: No. 51. Top Document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order for 1/2 pound of powder to be given at Fort Patrick Henry for going to Sandaskie. Names: Adam Pennyman?

831-1-790-791-April 22, 1779: Center Document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order to Fort Patrick Henry Bateau Master to give Mr. Mombra one of the piroagues at the Fort. Col. Clark had made a present of the boat.

832-1-790-791-April 19, 1779: No. 151. Bottom Document. Capt. John Williams of Camp Naley Gross? requested corn rations for 3 days for 18 mess of his company. Names: Capt. William Helm; Philip Long; Mark Hobbes; James Morris; Robert Kidd; Cadar Robey; John Joanes; Patrick Shone; John Clark; Ebenezer Suveran; Andrew Barrits; John Babbs; William Stafford; William Ware; and Isaac Bowman. There was a second person by the name of James Morris listed.

833-1-792-793-April 21, 1779: Top Document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order to Fort Patrick Henry Quartermaster to issue powder and lead to Monsieur Mumpried?

834-1-792-793-April 24, 1779: Center Document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order to Fort Patrick Henry Quartermaster to issue 40 pounds of iron to the gunners for making of rounds for the cannon. Names: Ed. Craine.

835-1-792-793-April 22, 1779: Bottom Document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order to Fort Patrick Henry Commissary to issue 1 pound of butter for use of the sick at Fort Patrick Henry.

836-1-794-795-April 30, 1779: "A list of sundry acct. notes & debts of sundry Persons be settled by Major Bowman." Funds owed to Capt. Bowman, Ab. Chapline, Henry Funks, Sergt. Thomas, Patt Conroy, ? Beaufsayen, Sergt. Perrie Belfan, Phill Long; James Curry, Pierie Blanche, ? Darit, Serg. Brown, Pden Coager, Jacob Coager, Berney Waters, Thomas Clafton, Antoine Montraul?, Lt. Chaplin, Major Bowman, ? Yelton, and Richard McCarty.

837-1-796-797-April 23, 1779: Top Document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order to Fort Patrick Henry Quartermaster to issue 1/2 pound of powder and 1 pound of ball to Sergeant Major Duff.

838-1-796-797-April 23, 1779: Center Document. Commissary issued provisions of flour and beef for 2 days for 3 men, who were going to bring a bateau to Fort Patrick Henry. Names: Patt Kennedy.

839-1-796-797-No date: Bottom Document. Rations were issued for the sick in the state hospital at Kaskaskia. Names: Capt. George, S. Martin, J. Thomas, Davis Gorin? and Jacque Lache? Capt. Martin, S. Morris, ? Nupes, Thomas Larif?, Capt. Valentine, Peter? Montgomery.

840-1-798-799-April 30, 1779: Top Document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order to Fort Patrick Henry order to Fort Patrick Henry Commissary to issue beef and flour provisions for 4 days for 13 men of Capt. Kellar's co.

841-1-798-799-April 30, 1779: Center Document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order to Fort Patrick Henry Commissary for 4 day provisions of beef and flour for 28 men of Capt. Williams Co.

842-1-798-799-April 25, 1779: Bottom Document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order to Fort Patrick Henry Commissary for 1 day provision of beef and flour for 2 men, who came on the expedition form the Falls of Ohio.

843-1-800-801-April 29, 1779: Top Document. Capt. Leonard Helm order to the Quartermaster to issue to gun powder and ball to different companies of militia, who were returning to Post Vincent. Names: Major Bosscorn?

844-1-800-801-April 29, 1779: Center Document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order to Fort Patrick Henry Commissary to issue 5 day provisions of beef and flour for 2 men, who came from the Falls of Ohio.

845-1-800-801-April 26, 1779: Bottom Document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order to Fort Patrick Henry Commissary to provide 1 day ration of beef and flour for 2 men, who came from the Falls of Ohio.

846-1-802-803-April 17, 1779: Top Document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order to Fort Patrick Henry Commissary for 2 day provisions for 2 men who came on the expedition from the Falls of Ohio.

847-1-802-803-No date. Second Document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order to Fort Patrick Henry Commissary to give 5 pounds of butter for his own use.

848-1-802-803-April 30, 1779: Third Document. 46 rations of pork and flour given for 23 men of Abraham Kellar company.

849-1-802-803-April 27, 1779: Bottom Document. Capt. Edward Worthington order to commissary to issue 11 day ration for himself.

850-1-804-806-April 29, 1779: Top Document identical on Frames 804 and 805. Lieut. Richard Brashear order to Fort Patrick Henry Commissary to issue 5 day provisions for 3 officers, 1 clark [clerk] and 5 privates.

851-1-804-806-April 27, 1779: Center Document identical on Frames 804 and 805. Lieut. Richard Brashear order to Fort Patrick Henry Commissary to issue 2 day provisions for 3 officers, 1 clark and 1 private.

852-1-804-806-April 30, 1779: Bottom Document identical on Frames 804 and 805. Lieut. Richard Brashear order to Fort Patrick Henry Commissary to give 4 day provisions of beef and flour for 3 men of Capt. Williams Company.

853-1-807-808-April 30, 1779: Top Document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order to Fort Patrick Henry Commissary for 4 day provisions of beef and flour for 39, who came to Fort Patrick Henry.

854-1-807-808-April 23, 1779: Center Document. Written in French by Lieut. Richard Brashear to the Fort Patrick Henry Commissary to provide beef and flour to Monsieur LeGrass and his men, who came on the expedition.

855-1-807-808-April 29, 1779: Bottom Document. Written in French by Lieut. Richard Brashear to the Commissary to provide 4 day rations of beef and flour to Sergeant Duff.

856-1-809-810-April 22, 1779: Top Document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order to Fort Patrick Henry Commissary for 4 day provisions for 3 Officers, 1 Quartermaster, 1 Commissary, 1 clark and 2 privates.

857-1-809-810-April 26, 1779: Center Document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order for 2 bushels of oats for the horses at Fort Patrick Henry. Names: ? Duff.

858-1-809-810-April 25, 1779: Bottom Document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order to Fort Patrick Henry Commissary to issue 4 day provisions of flour and beef for 25 men of Capt. McCarty's company.

859-1-811-812-April 22, 1779: Top Document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order to Fort Patrick Henry Commissary for the contractor to receive 74 pounds of flour for part of his rations.

860-1-811-812-April 25, 1779: Bottom Document. Accounting of provisions damaged and stores in Illinois between March 6, 1779 and July 31, 1779. Lieut. Richard Brashear, Leonard Helm and Lieut. Abraham Chapline certified that 814 pounds of flour and 80 pounds of buffalo beef were damaged and not fit for use of the troops.

861-1-813-814-April 21, 1779: Top Document. Capt. Edward Worthington requested 3 day provisions for Explefest?, who arrived from the Falls of Ohio.

862-1-813-814-April 21, 1779: Center Document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order to Fort Patrick Henry Commissary to give 4 day provisions of beef and flour to 2 men, who came on the expedition from the Falls of Ohio.

863-1-813-814-April 22, 1779: Bottom Document. Sergeant Bell requested 5 day rations for 2 men of Capt. George's company.

864-1-815-816-April 30, 1779: No. 10. Top Document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order to Fort Patrick Henry conductor of stores for tobacco for 13 men of Capt. McCarty Co.

865-1-815-816-April 23, 1779: Center Document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order to commissary for 4 day ration of flour and beef for 29 men of Capt. John Williams Co.

866-1-815-816-April 26, 1992: Bottom Document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order to Fort Patrick Henry commissary for 1 day ration of flour and beef for 3 officers, 1 clerk, Quartermaster, commissary and 2 privates.

867-1-817-818-April 25, 1779: Top Document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order to Fort Patrick Henry for 4 day ration of beef and flour for 13 men of Capt. Kellar's Co.

868-1-817-818-April 26, 1779: Center Document. John Marney of the commissary issued beef for use of the sick. Cannot read name of officer making request.

869-1-817-818-April 21, 1779: No. 69. Bottom Document. Ink faded. Capt. John Williams' receipt for an item from ? Ryall.

870-1-819-820-April 30, 1779: Top Document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order to Fort Patrick Henry Commissary for 2 bushels of corn for [Illinis] Indians.

871-1-819-820-April 27, 1779: Center Document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order to commissary for 4 day ration of flour and beef for 15 men of Capt. Richard McCarty Co.

872-1-819-820-April 29, 1779: No. 9. Bottom Document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order to the conductor of the stores to give tobacco, 10 pounds of powder, 20 pounds of lead, and 3 bags of paint to the interpreter.

873-1-821-822-April 30, 1779: Top Document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order to Fort Patrick Henry commissary to issue 4 bushels of corn to the Kickapoo Indians.

874-1-821-822-April 30, 1779: Center Document. Lieut. Richard Brasher order to Fort Patrick Henry Commissary to provide 3 pounds of butter for the officers.

875-1-821-822-April 30, 1779: Bottom Document. Commissary gave 1/2 bushel of corn to Piankishaw Indians. Names: Lieut. Richard Brashear, Leonard Helm.

876-1-823-April 1779: Top Document. Capt. William Harrod order to provide rations for 43 days for 1 person under command of Capt. Levi Todd.

877-1-823-April 1779: Center Document. Fragment of a voucher. Names: John Marney.

878-1-823-April 24, 1779: Bottom Document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order to commissary to provide 4 day ration of flour and beef for 29 men in Capt. John Williams Co. at Fort Patrick Henry.

879-1-824-825-April 1779: No. 7. Top Document, Microfilmer listed as faded. Cannot read.

880-1-824-825: Center Document. No words.

881-1-824-825-No dates.: Bottom Document. 116 rations of flour and beef.

882-1-826-827-April 24, 1779: Top Document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order to commissary for 3 days provisions of beef and flour for 14 men of Capt. Kellar's Co.

883-1-826-827-April 20, 1779: Center Document. Fragmented. Ink spots covers the word indicating type of item. Names: James Buchanan, John Linery?, John Brown.

884-1-826-827-April 30, 1779: Bottom Document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order to Fort Patrick Henry Commissary for 4 day provisions for 13 men of Capt. McCarty's Co.

885-1-828-830-April 28, 1779: Frames 828 and 829 identical. "General Provisions Return for three days commencing April the 26 & ending the 28 April 1779." Listing of number of rations by flour, pork, given to men and prisoners in the companies of Captains George, McCarty, and John Kellar.

886-1-831-832-April 26, 1779: Top Document. John Marney, Fort Patrick Henry Commissary, purchased 5,000 pounds of flour from Monsieur Bavineu.

887-1-831-832-April 22, 1779: No. 48. Center Document. John Baker and John Hawkins with Capt. John Williams Co. were going to Illinois and were issued lead and powder. Names: Capt. William Harrod.

888-1-831-832-April 27, 1779: Bottom Document. Lieut. John Baley requested 1 pound of butter for Jacob Coger, who was sick.

889-1-833-834-April 20, 1779: No. 107. Top Document. Leonard Helm order to Fort Patrick Henry Conductor of the stores to issue 1 stroud, 1 pair of leggings, 2 carrots of tobacco, powder and lead to the Ottawa Chief for his pay, which had not been given.

890-1-833-834-April 25, 1779: Center Document. Richard Harrison order to be commissary to issue 6 pound of butter for Capt. George's mess.

891-1-833-834-April 26, 1779: Bottom Document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order to Fort Patrick Henry Commissary to issue powder and lead to Ed? Murry, who was going to Kaskaskia.

892-1-835-837-April 30, 1779: Top Document identical on Frame 835 and 836. Three day provisions for 7 artificers. Names: Abraham Kellar, Capt. Robert George.

893-1-835-837-April 22, 1779: No. 3. Center Document identical on Frame 835 and 836 Leonard Helm at St. Vincent approved giving tobacco to Delaware Indians at Fort Patrick Henry.

894-1-835-837-April 1779: No. 2. Bottom Document identical on Frame 835 and 836. Leonard Helm at St. Vincent order to Conductor of Stores to give tobacco to Kickapoo Indians.

895-1-838-839-April 27, 1779: No. 7. Top Document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order to Fort Patrick Henry Quartermaster to issue 3 carrots of tobacco to 15 men of Capt. Kellar's co.

896-1-838-839-April 26, 1779: No. 50. Second Document. Capt. William Harrod order to give powder and lead to 2 men at the Falls of Ohio.

897-1-838-839-April 29, 1779: No. 9. Third Document. Benjamin Linn order for 1 bushel of salt. Names: John Bowman, Jacob Pyeatt.

898-1-838-839-April 28, 1779: Bottom Document. Capt. Robert George order for 3 day ration for 1 prisoner.

899-1-840-841-April 22, 1779: Top Document. Leonard Helm order to provide 13 pounds of vermillion for the three nations [Indians] at Fort Patrick Henry.

900-1-840-841-April 22, 1779: Center Document. Ration for 4 days for 4 men in the Tennessee Regiment and 13th Virginia Regiment at the Falls of Ohio.

901-1-840-841-April 22, 1779: Bottom Document. Fort Patrick Henry Quartermaster gave powder and ball to the 3 nations of Indians at Fort Patrick Henry. Names: Leonard Helm at St. Vincent, Lieut. Richard Brashear.

902-1-842-844-April 26, 1779: Top Document identical on Frame 842 and 843. Capt. Abraham Kellar order for 3 pounds of butter for his men at Fort Clark.

903-1-842-844-No dates: Center Document identical on Frame 842 and 843. Fragments. Written in French. Concerns payment of $200. Names: P. Gibault.

904-1-842-844-April 28, 1779: Bottom Document. Capt. Robert George order for 3 day provisions for 1 man.

905-1-845-846-April 25, 1779: Top Document. John Bryan, a soldier, in Capt. Robert George Co. was given 19 rations at Fort Patrick Henry.

906-1-845-846-April 24, 1779: No. 14. Center Document. Capt. William Harrod order for 4 quarts of corn for 1 man and his company at the Falls of Ohio.

907-1-845-846-April 1779: No. 5. Bottom Document. Order for Tobaco and Grand Cornish to receive 15 pounds of powder and lead to the 4 chiefs of the Nations. Names: Leonard Helm, Lieut. Richard Brashear.

908-1-847-848-April 27, 1779: Top Document. Ammunition? for 3 days was approved by George Rogers Clark.

909-1-847-848-April 1779: Center Document. Capt. Robert George request to Fort Patrick Henry Commissary for 3 day provisions for 1 prisoner.

910-1-847-848-April 28, 1779: Bottom Document. John Harman order for 3 day provisions for 3 of Col. Clark's waiters at Fort Patrick Henry.

911-1-849-850-April 29, 1779: Top Document. Three day provisions for officers. Names: Capt. Robert George, John Montgomery

912-1-849-850-April 22, 1779: Bottom Document. Rations for 3 artificers at Fort Patrick Henry. Names: Capt. Robert George.

913-1-851-853-April 27, 1779: Top Document identical on Frame 851 and 853. Provisions for 3 days for 3 men, who went on the Illinois Expedition from the Falls of Ohio. Names: Capt. Robert George.

914-1-851-853-April 21, 1779: Center Document identical on Frame 851 and 852. Capt. Robert George request for 2 day provisions for 3 men, who came on the Illinois Expedition from the Falls of Ohio.

915-1-851-853-April 24, 1779: Bottom Document identical on Frame 851 and 852. Lieut. John Girault order to commissary for 3 day provisions for a gunner of Capt. McCarty's co.

916-1-854-855-April 24, 1779: Top Document. Capt. Robert George order for 3 day rations for 3 artificers.

917-1-854-855-April 21, 1779: No. 153. Center Document. Capt. John Williams order for half a pint of salt be issued to each of 23 men of his company. Names: Capt. William Harrod.

918-1-854-855-April 21, 1779: Bottom Document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order to Fort Patrick Henry Commissary to provide 100 pounds of flour for Brashear's use.

919-1-856-858-April 21, 1779: Top Document identical on Frame 856 and 857. Lieut. Richard Brashear order to Fort Patrick Henry Commissary to issue 4 days of flour ration and 2 days of meat for 2 officers, 1 quartermaster, 2 privates, and 1 commissary of Fort Patrick Henry.

920 -1-856-858-April 30, 1779: Bottom Document identical on Frame 856 and 857. Fragmented and may be incomplete. Accounting for provisions issued at Fort Clark for April 28-30, 1779. List of field officers, commissioned officers and staff officers for companies of Capt. George, Capt. McCarty, Capt. Williams, Capt. Worthington and Capt. Kellar. Rank of officers listed were Colonel, captain, lieutenants, ensigns, conductor, adjutant, quartermaster, and surgeon.

921-1-859-861-April 24, 1779: identical on Frame 859 and 860. Report of the number of troops by rank at Fort Clark for April 22-24, 1779. Appears to be incomplete Document. List included number of sergeant major, sergeants, drummers, fifers, gunners, artificers, washwomen, number of soldiers confined and fit for duty. No reference to names.

922-1-862-863-April 29, 1779: Top Document. Capt. Edward Worthington order for 4 pounds of butter for his use.

923-1-862-863-April 20, 1779: No. 56. Center Document. Capt. William Harrod order for 6 pounds of powder for Capt. Williams detachment going on the Illinois Expedition.

924-1-862-863-April 20, 1779: No. 46. Bottom Document. Capt. William Harrod order for powder for one man in Capt. John Williams Co.

925-1-864-865-April 20, 1779: No. 134. Top Document. Capt. William Harrod order for 2 week ration of salt for 2 men of his co. at the Falls of Ohio.

926-1-864-865-April 19, 1779: Center Document. Lieut. Robertson order for provisions for 5 officers and 2 men.

927-1-864-865-April 20, 1779: No. 161. Bottom Document. Capt. William Harrod order for 25 pounds of flour for Solomon Todd, who was going from the Falls of Ohio to Illinois.

928-1-866-867-April 25, 1779: Top Document. George Rogers Clark order to Fort Clark commissary to issue 40 pounds of flour for use of the Kaskaskia Indians.

929-1-866-867-April 25, 1779: Bottom Document. Order for 3 day provisions for Ensign Montgomery and William Williams.

930-1-868-869-April 21, 1779: Top Document. ? Shannon order to the commissary for 3 day provisions for 3 waiters of Col. Clark.

931-1-868-869-April 21, 1779: Bottom Document. George Rogers Clark order to Fort Patrick Henry Commissary that 20 pounds of flour, 2 half bushels of corn be issued to the Delaware Indians.

BOX 19-FOLDER 19

PAPERS-MAY 1-19, 1779

FRAMES #870-1072

223 Documents in Folder 19 filmed on 202 frames.

932-1-871-872-May 4, 1779: Top Document. Capt. Abraham Kellar order for 2 day provisions for a detachment of Kings Regiment, including 2 volunteers and 2 carpenters for April 30-May 4, 1779. 16 men. 32 rations.

933-1-871-872-May 6, 1779: Center Document. Capt. Robert George order for 3 day rations for a detachment of 9 men of Kings Regiment at Fort Clark.

934-1-871-872-May 9, 1779: Bottom Document. Capt. Robert George order for 3 day provisions for 9 men of a detachment of Kings Regiment. Names: Sergeant John Chapman of Kings Regiment.

935-1-873-874-May 10, 1779: Top Document. Capt. Robert George order for 3 day provision for 9 men of a detachment of Kings Regiment at Fort Clark. Names: Sergeant John Chapman of Kings Regiment.

936-1-873-874-May 15, 1779: Center Document. Lieut. ? Robertston order for 3 day provisions for 9 men of a detachment of Kings Regiment at Fort Clark. Names: Sergeant John Chapman of Kings Regiment.

937-1-873-874-May 18, 1779: Bottom Document. Capt. Robert George order for 3 day provisions for a detachment of Kings Regiment of Fort Clark. Mames: Sergeant John Chapman.

938-1-875-876-May 3, 1779: Capt. Robert George order for 3 day provisions for 9 men of a detachment of Kings Regiment at Fort Clark.

939-1-877-878-May 12, 1779: "Provision Return for the Troops at Fort Clark Under the command of Col. George Rogers Clark commencing the 10 & ending the 12 of May. Both days included in 1779." A statistical accounting prepared by the Quartermaster ? Robertson and signed by George Rogers Clark.

939-1-877-878-May 12, 1779-continued: The chart covers the companies of Captains: George, Williams, McCarty, Kellar and Worthington. The report provided the number of officers, commissioned officers, staff officers, non-commissioned officers, drummers, and fifers. The rank and file included number of gunners, artificers, washwomen, confined solders, and number fit for duty. There were 73 persons and a total of 292 rations issued. Ranks included were those of sergeant major, sergeant, quartermaster, ensign, captain, lieutenant, colonel and major. There were 6 washwomen, 7 confined men and 54 fit for duty.

940-1-879-880-May 15, 1779: "Provision Return for the Troops at Fort Clark under the command of Col. George Rogers Clark commencing the 13 & ending the 15 of May, both included 1779." Report prepared by Quartermaster Robertson and signed by Capt. Robert George. The report covers the companies of Captains: George, Williams, McCarty, and Worthington. Ranks and category of persons reported were: drummers, fifers, gunners, artificers, washwomen, confined solders, ensign, captain, lieutenant , quartermaster, ensign, captain, colonel and major. There were 6 washwomen, 6 confined and 47 fit for duty. Total of 273 rations were issued.

941-1-881-882-May 18, 1779: "Provision Return for the Troops at Fort Clark under the command of Col. George Rogers Clark commencing the 16th & ending the 18th of May. Both days included in 1779." Prepared by Quartermaster Robertson and signed by Capt. Robert George. Report is similar to 939 and 940. The report covers the companies of Captains: George, Williams, McCarty, and Worthington. Total of 72 persons and 289 rations issued. There were 6 washwomen, 4 soldiers confined.

942-1-883-884-May 21, 1779: "Provision Return for the Troops at Fort Clark under the command of Col. George Rogers Clark commencing the 21 of May 1779 & ending May 21, 1779." Report prepared by Quartermaster Robertson and signed by Capt. Robert George. Report included Field Staff and companies of Captains: George, McCarty, Williams, Worthington and Kellar. There were 82 persons, 318 rations, 5 washwomen, 5 confined and 54 fit for duty.

943-1-885-886-May 19, 1779: "Provision Return for the Troops at Fort Clark under the command of Col. George Rogers Clark commencing the 7 & ending the 9 of May both days included in 1779." Report prepared by Quartermaster Robertson and signed by George Rogers Clark. Report similar to Documents 939-942 and reports for numbers in companies of Captains: George, McCarty, Williams, Worthington, and Kellar. There were a total of 81 persons, 321 rations, 8 washwomen, 5 confined and 60 fit for duty.

944-1-887-889-May 3, 1779: "Provision Return for the troops at Fort Clark under the command of Col. George Rogers Clark commencing the 1st day of May and ending the 3, both days including 1779." Prepared by Quartermaster Robertson and signed by George Rogers Clark. Frame 887 and 888 are identical. Similar to Documents 939-943. Report for numbers in the companies of Captains: George, McCarty, Williams, Kellar and Worthington. There were a total of 60 persons, 233 rations, 5 washwomen, 4 confined, and 44 fit for duty.

945-1-890-891-May 31, 1779: "A list of Bills Drawn by Lieut. Col. John Montgomery for provisions supplied." Two page list. Entries dated from Jan. 20, 1778-May 31, 1780. Total bills amounted to $ 25,661.38. Only one bill listing indicated that it was for purchase of a blanket. The list gave names of persons and these were listed more than once. Names: Nicholas Janist?, Sr. Geme Beauvois, Nicholas Sacance, Monsieur Cona, Antonio Beauvois, ? Fouranjawr?, Capt. Duplasy, Patrick Kennedy, Charles Charleville Placy, Vital Beauveas, Perault Sangleis, Gabriel Ceree, Joseph Brazeaure?, Daniel Musayor, Monsieur Carbonneaux, John Gerault, Andrew Rey, ? Duplacy, Capt. Duplacy, Monsieur Baptist Barbeau, Antoine Renault, Antoine Beauveaus, Henry Crouchy, Major McCarty, Joseph Breazeau, Caleb Gardner?, Baptist Saeroix?, Francois Trocter?, Daniel Murray, Joseph Longvalle, Baptist Charleville, ? Bouvair, Capt. Lapsuson?, David McCroy, John Gerault, Richard Winston, Thomas Bentley, William Gillespie, ? Beauegard, and Sergeant Gerault.

946-1-892-893-May 13, 1779: Top Document. Capt. William Harrod order for 3 week rations for 96 men of volunteer party going to Indian towns from the Falls of Ohio. Verso has writing which does not have any associated content with the front of the Document. The verso wording has been transcribed. " One night drew nigh to a tree that was cumberland green." "James Patton hand and pen he will be good but God knows." "Colony of Virginia, His book." "Dunmore County." Names: John Handley, his hand & pen; Thomas Owens, Drummer of the 10 Virginia, and Col. Broachead.

947-1-894-895-May 19, 1779: Top Document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order to Quartermaster to give tobacco to 3 of Capt. Williams co. at Fort Patrick Henry.

948-1-894-895-May 18, 1779: Bottom Document. John Girault order to commissary to give lead rations for Capt. McCarty, Monsieur Perault and himself.

949-1-896-897-May 10, 1779: Written in French and English. Major Joseph Bowman at Cahos certified expenditures of $ 15.50. The bearer was to draw funds from Col. George Rogers Clark account. Names: Jean Lazaine.

950-1-898-903-May 31, 1779: Four page list of expenses for articles and services furnished for the entertainment of the Spanish Com. ? Hizt? Document is John Todd's account with Richard Winston. Total cost was 892 livre and was for boarding and lodging for 39 days from May 10 to June 17. Items supplied were rum, taffia, 2 dozen fowl, bacon, eggs, ham, soap, corn, yellow gartering and girth web. References " to club in the mess", serving of breakfast, supper and dinner and special dinners for George Rogers Clark. One special reference of providing rum for the Indians from whom Charleville have obtained some items. Names: Capt. Janis, ? Fourinjean, Priest Gibaule, Capt. McCarty, Capt. Williams, Monsieur Gratiot, L. Perault, Major Bowman, Col. Clark, ? Gratiot, ? Lerraue?, Monsieur Piatt, Major Hawkins, Squire Boon, ? Lindsay, and ? Lonne?

951-1-903-904-May 4, 1779: Top Document identical for frame 903 and 904. Written in French. Rations for 2 Cahos volunteers for 2 days. Names: Capt. Richard McCarty, C. H. Charleville.

952-1-903-904-May 12, 1779: Center Document identical for frame 903 and 904. Capt. Robert George order for 3 day rations for George Gentry, who was in the guard house for May 10-12, 1779 at Fort Clark.

953-1-903-905-May 1779: Bottom Document identical for frame 903 and 904. Microfilmer listed as a faded Document. Capt. Robert George order for 2 day ration for 2 men.

954-1-906-907-May 1779: Sundry accounts of the men belonging to Capt. Bowman's company. Some portions written in French. Total bills amounted to $227.50 and were payable to Charles Gratiot. Names: Sergt. Dust; Michael Sonilair ?; Pierre Coggar; George Leviston; Patrick Conroy; Thomas Clifton; William Mongomery; Abraham Sewzeter?; Barnard? Watters; James Webster Cotton; Sergt. Kelley; Telleman Kampher ?; Philips Long; Samuel Humphries; James McIntosh; William Berry; James Curry; Domigue Flanigen; Philippe Alburn?; Cornelius Ruddle, George Hite; and Charles McGlocklin.

955-1-908-909-May 13, 1779: Written in French. Bill from Rene Bouret for supplying rations from Aug. 23, 1779 to May 13, 1780.

956-1-910-911-May 19, 1779: Written in French. Statement sent to Major Bowman for medical services and clothing for various soldiers from Aug. 13 to May 19, 1779. Names: Peter Coggar, Patrick Conroy, Dom Flanigen, Cornelius Ruddell, James Homes, and David McGrae?

957-1-912-913-May 10, 1779: Top Document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order to the conductor of stores for 40 pounds of powder for militia for rejoining pay.

958-1-912-913-April 26, 1779: Center Document. Will Shannon by order of George Rogers Clark informed M. Jeffet to give 1 quart of taffia to Delaware Indians.

959-1-912-913-May 10, 1779: Bottom Document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order to the Fort Patrick Henry conductor of the stores to issue shirts from the Continental Store for 3 men of Capt. William Harrod. who had come by boat from the Falls of Ohio.

960-1-914-915-May 12, 1779: Top Document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order to Fort Patrick Henry commissary to give 4 day ration of flour and beef to the sergeant major.

961-1-914-915-April 29, 1779: Center Document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order to quarter master to issue 22 pounds of powder and 44 pounds of ball to 44 men of Capt. Millets company. Names: George? Miller, Millait Card.

962-1-914-915-May 1, 1779: Bottom Document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order to Fort Patrick Henry quarter master to issue 7 1/2 pounds of powder to 15 men of Capt. McCarty Co. Names: ? Raparre?

963-1-916-917-May 5, 1779: Top Document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order to Fort Patrick Henry quarter master to give flints to Capt. Williams Co. Names: Lieut. John Baley.

964-1-916-917-May 6, 1779: Second Document. Capt. Robert George order for 3 day rations for 1 man in his company. Names: John Bryan.

965-1-916-917-April 28, 1779: Third Document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order to Fort Patrick Henry quarter master for 1 pound of powder and 3 pounds of lead for officers at Fort Patrick Henry.

966-1-916-917-May 8, 1779: No. 20. Bottom Document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order to Fort Patrick Henry quarter master to give 32 flints to Capt. Kellar's company. Names: D. Dust.

967-1-918-919-May 8, 1779: No. 16. Top Document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order to Fort Patrick Henry quarter master to give 15 and 1/2 pounds of powder and 31 pounds of lead to 31 men of Capt. Williams Co. Names: John Baley.

968-1-918-919-May 3, 1779: No. 15. Second Document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order to Fort Patrick Henry quarter master to give 2 bushels of oats for the Major's home. Names: D. Dust.

969-1-918-919-May 1, 1779: No. 14. Third Document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order to Fort Patrick Henry quarter master to give powder and ball to Capt. LaTulips co. of militia. Names: Leonard Helm.

970-1-918-919-May 16, 1779: Bottom Document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order for 4 day ration of beef and flour for 13 men of Capt. McCarty Co.

971-1-920-922-May 8, 1779: Top Document identical on frame 920 and 921. Lieut. Richard Brashear order to Fort Patrick Henry Commissary for 3 day ration of beef and indian meal for 2 men of Capt. Kellar's co., who were going to the Falls of Ohio.

972-1-920-922-May 19, 1779: Second Document identical on frame 920 and 921. Lieut. Richard Brashear order to Fort Patrick Henry commissary for 2 pounds of butter. Names: M. Druiast

973-1-920-922-May 18, 1779: Third Document identical on frame 920 and 921. Lieut. Richard Brashear order to Fort Patrick Henry Commissary to give 4 day provisions of beef, flour and butter for 34 men of Capt. John Williams Co.

974-1-923-924-May 18, 1779: Top Document. Capt. Abraham Kellar certified James Ryon had served 15 days as an artificer getting timber for the Fort Clark garrison. George Roger Clark initials. Verso indicated Ryon was paid by receiving brown cloth and thread.

975-1-923-924-May 18, 1779: Center Document. Capt. Abraham Kellar certified that ? Felty had served 15 days as an artificer for getting timber for Fort Clark garrison. Verso indicated payment for service was brown cloth and thread.

976-1-923-924-May 13, 1779: Bottom Document. Lieut J. Robertson order for 3 day ration for George Gentry, who was in the guard house at Fort Clark. Verso gave reference to powder and lead. Names: John Gerault, Lieut. Richard Harrison.

977-1-925-927-May 19, 1779: Top Document identical on frame 925 and 926. Lieut. Richard Brashear order to Fort Patrick Henry commissary for 4 day provisions for the Sergeant Major.

978-1-925-927-May 19, 1779: Center Document identical on frame 925 and 926. Capt. Abraham Kellar certified Henry Riepond had worked 17 days as an ax man at Fort Clark garrison. Payment appeared to be given by issuing a horn, knife and?. George Roger Clark initials.

979-1-925-927-May 19, 1779: Bottom Document identical on frame 925 and 926. Lieut. Richard Brashear order to Fort Patrick Henry commissary for 6 day ration of beef and indian meal for 3 men in Capt. Williams company.

980-1-928-929-May 16, 1779: Top Document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order to Fort Patrick Henry Commissary for 4 day ration of butter, beef and flour for 13 men in Capt. Kellar's company.

981-1-928-929-May 16, 1779: Center Document. Capt. John Williams order for rations for 3 officers and 2 men.

982-1-928-929-May 16, 1779: Bottom Document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order to Fort Patrick Henry conductor of stores for half a pound of powder and equivalent lead to James Whithootten for his troops at the Falls of Ohio.

983-1-930-931-May 12, 1779: Top Document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order to Fort Patrick Henry commissary for 4 day ration of beef and flour for 13 men in Capt. McCarty company.

984-1-930-931-May 12, 1779: Center Document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order to Fort Patrick Henry commissary for 4 day ration of beef and flour for 13 men of Capt. Kellar co.

985-1-930-931-May 12, 1779: Bottom Document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order to Fort Patrick Henry commissary for 4 day ration of beef, flour and butter for 1 man, who had come from the Falls of Ohio to Fort Patrick Henry.

986-1-932-935-May 23, 1779: Top Document identical on frames 932-934. Lieut. Richard Brashear order to Fort Patrick Henry commissary to give 7 day ration of beef, flour and butter to Sam Sills.

987-1-932-935-No Date: Center Document identical on frames 932-934. Microfilmer listed as faded Document. Capt. John Williams order for 2 arms.

988-1-932-935-May 16, 1779: Bottom Document identical on frames 932-934. Lieut. Richard Brashear order to Fort Patrick Henry commissary for 4 day ration of beef, flour and butter for 2 officers and 1 private.

989-1-936-938-May 17, 1779: Top Document identical on frames 936-938. Lieut. Richard Brashear order to Fort Patrick Henry commissary for 4 day ration of beef and flour for 2 officers, 1 clerk, and 1 private.

990-1-936-938-May 12, 1779: Bottom Document identical on frame 936 and 937. Lieut. Richard Brashear order to Fort Patrick Henry commissary for 4 day ration of beef and flour for 2 officers, 1 clerk and 1 private.

991-1-939-940-May 20, 1779: Top Document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order to commissary for 10 day provision of beef and indian meal for M. J. Dumer?, the Indian interpreter.

992-1-939-940-May 10, 1779: Center Document. John Girault order to the commissary for 10 rations for Monsieur Perault and himself.

993-1-939-940-May 7, 1779: Bottom Document. Capt. John Williams request for 2 pounds of butter.

994-1-939-940-May 12, 1779: Top Document. George Rogers Clark order to commissary to issue ration for "my boy." Verso has names: Thomas Smith, ? Robinson.

995-1-939-940-May 15, 1779: Center Document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order for ammunition for 15 men at Fort Patrick Henry. Names: D. Dust.

996-1-941-942-May 12, 1779: Bottom Document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order for 4 day provisions of beef and flour for 2 men in Capt. John Williams co.

997-1-943-945-May 16, 1779: Voucher No. 14. Top Document identical on frame 943 and 944. Quartermaster J. Robertson receipt for load of wood for the Fort Clark garrison supplied by Vital Beauvais.

998-1-943-945-May 15, 1779: Bottom Document identical on frame 943 and 944. Lieut. Richard

998-1-943-945-May 15, 1779-continued: Brashear and Leonard Helm order for commissary for 10 day provisions for James Dumer, the Indian interpreter.

999-1-946-949-May 8, 1779: Four page Document accounting for payments made March 6, 1779 for a detachment of soldiers sent by George Rogers Clark and under command of Leonard Helm at St. Vincent. Payment was delayed until May 8, 1779. Names: Major LeGras, Capt. Bosseron, Ensign Chapeton, ? Vanory? Interpreter, ? Roy, T. B. Vale, Charles Bengansils?, ? Lamarine, ? Bissonet, Pierre Bonau, Da Siquette, ? Kayeotte, ? Conoye, Francis Richard, Simon Michon, Jacob Deligne, ? Vale, Mont Plaisin, Vilat Goyeaup, ? Dubois, ? Bellanger, Sergeant Ive, ? Larichardierre, Louis Deleye, ? George, ? Blanchard, ? Lapediere, ? Dolphin, Charles Guillaut, ? Rapin, ? Venette, ? Daunais, Francis Berthiaume, ? Deny, Jos Joachim, Jos Vaudny, Louis Demouchet, Pierre Mulatre, S. Martin, ? Lamouxeup, ? LaViolette, ? Larche, Pierre Ableton, Patt Kinnedy, and John M. Dousle?.

1000-1-950-951-May 19, 1779: Top Document. Written in French. Lieut. Richard Brashear order for 22 pounds of powder for use of militia. Names: ? Bosseron.

1001-1-950-951-May 4, 1779: Center Document. Capt. Robert George order for Fort Clark Commissary for ration of flour, salt, and beef for Col. Thomas Minnifield.

1002-1-950-951-May 7, 1779: Bottom Document. Capt. John Williams request for 3 day rations for 3 men in his company.

1003-1-952-953-May 6, 1779: Top Document. Capt. John Williams request for 1 day ration for 30 men in his company. Names: Ensign Robert George.

1004-1-952-953-May 18, 1779: Center Document. Capt. Abraham Kellar certified Stephen Slappenson? had worked 15 days as an artificer getting timber for Fort Clark garrison. Payment was issued as brown cloth and thread.

1005-1-952-953-May 5, 1779: Bottom Document. Ration for 1 day for 30 men in Capt. John Williams co. Names: Robert George.

1006-1-954-956-May 4, 1779: Top Document identical on frames 954-956. Lieut. Richard Brashear order to Fort Patrick Henry commissary for 4 day ration of beef, flour, and butter for 32 men of Capt. Williams co.

1007-1-954-956-May 4, 1779: Center Document identical on frames 954-956. Fort Clark commissary issued 3 day provisions for 29 artificers working at Fort Clark. Names: Capt. Abraham Kellar, Ensign Robert George.

1008-1-954-956-May 8, 1779: Bottom Document identical on frames 954-956. John Plampey? received loads of wood from maiden Alleny? for the Fort Clark garrison.

1009-1-957-958-May 4, 1779: Top Document. Three day ration for 1 artificer. Names: Capt. Abraham Keller, Ensign Robert George.

1010-1-957-958-May 8, 1779: Center Document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order to Fort Patrick Henry commissary for 4 day ration of butter, beef and flour for the Sergeant Major.

1011-1-957-958-May 9, 1779: Bottom Document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order for 5 day ration of beef and flour for 13 men of Capt. Kellar's company at Fort Patrick Henry.

1012-1-959-960-May 2, 1779: Top Document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order to Fort Patrick Henry commissary for the Sergeant Major to have 5 and 1/2 bushels of corn to feed Major Bowman's horse and 2 ?, that belong to the staff, who were going on the expedition.

1013-1-959-960-May 4, 1779: Center Document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order to Fort Patrick Henry commissary for 5 day ration of beef and flour for men, who came on the expedition from the Falls of Ohio.

1014-1-959-960-May 4, 1779: Bottom Document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order to Fort Patrick Henry commissary for 3 day ration of beef and flour for 2 carpenter.

1015-1-961-962-May 7, 1779: Top Document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order to Fort Patrick Henry commissary for 8 day ration of beef and flour for 34 men of Capt. Williams co.

1016-1-961-962-May 6, 1779: Second Document. " A provision return for the troops at Fort Clark under the command of Col. George Rogers Clark commencing" for May 4-6, 1779. Prepared by Quarter Master James Robertson and signed by George Rogers Clark. Report listed data for the companies of Captains: George, Williams, Worthington, Kellar, McCarty and Field in Staff by rank, number of persons and rations issued. There were 336 rations needed for 63 persons. There were 43 fit for duty, 3 confined, and 8 wash women.

1017-1-963-964-May 5, 1779: No. 6. Top Document. Abner Miller's receipt for 90 rations for employment in service of the U. S. Names: Peter Light.

1018-1-963-964-May 10, 1779: Center Document. George Gurty requested 3 day provisions from John Marny at Fort Clark.

1019-1-963-964-May 19, 1779: Bottom Document. Ensign Robert George request to Fort Clark commissary for 4 day provisions.

1020-1-965-966-May 6, 1779: Top Document. Lieut. Richard Brashear request for 1 pound of butter for use of the sick at Fort Patrick Henry.

1021-1-965-966-May 1, 1779: Center Document. Ensign Robert George order to commissary for 3 day provisions for 7 men of the Illinois Expedition.

1022-1-965-966-May 9, 1779: Bottom Document. Capt. John Williams order for 3 day ration for 3 officers and 1 man.

1023-1-967-970-May 1, 1779: Top Document identical on frames 967 and 968. Capt. Abraham Kellar order to Fort Clark commissary for 3 rations for himself.

1024-1-967-970-May 4, 1779: Center Document identical on frames 967 and 968. Lieut. Richard

1024-1-967-970-May 4, 1779-continued: Brashear order to Fort Patrick Henry commissary for 4 day ration of beef and flour for 2 officers, 1 clerk, and 1 private.

1025-1-967-970-May 2, 1779: Bottom Document identical on frames 967 and 968. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Patrick Clark commissary for 3 day provisions for 30 artificers.

1026-1-971-972-May 4, 1779: Top Document. Order to Fort Patrick Henry commissary for 4 day ration of beef and flour for 13 men in Capt. McCarty company.

1027-1-971-972-May 4, 1779: Center Document. Robert George order to commissary for 1 day ration for 40 men commanded by Capt. John Williams.

1028-1-971-972-May 19, 1779: Bottom Document. Capt. Abraham Kellar order to Fort Clark commissary for 3 day provisions for 14 artificers under his command.

1029-1-973-975-May 1, 1779: Top Document identical on frames 973 and 974. Robert George order for 3 day provisions for 8 men belonging to Capt. Worthington Co.

1030-1-973-975-May 1, 1779: Center Document identical on frames 973 and 974. Robert George order for 1 day provision for 1 gunner.

1031-1-973-975-May 1, 1779: Bottom Document identical on frames 973 and 974. Matthew Miller's Document 1031-1-973-975-May 1, 1779-continued: receipt for 90 day rations for employment as a wagon master in the service of the U. S.

1032-1-976-977-May 19, 1779: Top Document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order to Quarter master for 21 pounds of powder for the militia of Capt. Bosseron?

1033-1-976-977-May 8, 1779: Second Document. Receipt of William Kelley for 90 day rations for employment as a wagon master in the service of U. S.

1034-1-976-977-May 1, 1779: Third Document. Receipt of Alex Harper for 90 day rations given by Peter Light for employment as a wagon master in the service of the U. S.

1035-1-976-977-May 1, 1779: Bottom Document. Receipt of Robert Jeordan? for 90 day rations given by Peter Light for employment as a wagon master in the service of the U. S.

1036-1-978-979-May 2, 1779: Top Document. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Clark Commissary for 3 day provisions for 30 artificers under his command.

1037-1-978-979-May 4, 1779: Center Document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order to Continental Stores for powder for (?) Duff, who was going on an expedition.

1038-1-978-979-May 9, 1779: Bottom Document. Fort Clark commissary issued 1 day provisions for 8 lodgers. Names: (?) Shannon.

1039-1-980-981-May 8, 1779: Top Document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order to Fort Patrick Henry Commissary for 3 day provision of butter and flour for 2 men, who came on the Expedition from the Falls of Ohio.

1040-1-980-981-May 8, 1779: Center Document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order to Fort Patrick Henry Commissary for 4 provisions of beef, flour, and butter for 2 officers, 1 clerk, and 1 private.

1041-1-980-981-May 8, 1779: Bottom Document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order to Fort Patrick Henry Commissary for 4 day ration of beef, flour and butter for 13 men of Capt. Kellar Co.

1042-1-982-984-May 19, 1779: Top Document identical on frames 982 and 983. John Murry at Fort Clark Commissary purchased 228 pounds of beef from Monsieur Sharlevinle? for use of the state of Virginia.

1043-1-982-984-May 18, 1779: Center Document identical on frames 982 and 983. Ink very faded. George Rogers Clark order for 3 day provisions for 1 of Capt. William Harrison's men.

1044-1-982-984-May 19, 1779: Bottom Document identical on frames 982 and 983. Lieut. Richard Brashear order to Fort Clark Commissary for provisions for 5 officers and 1 waiter.

1045-1-985-986-May 8, 1779: Top Document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order to Fort Patrick Henry Commissary for 4 day ration of beef, flour, and butter for 13 men of Capt. McCarty co.

1046-1-985-986-May 17, 1779: Center Document. Order to Fort Clark Commissary to issue 3 day provisions for 11 men in the hospital. Names: (?) Rey?. surgeon.

1047-1-985-986-May 19, 1779: Bottom Document. Written in French. The quarter master issued gun powder. Names: Moy Louis Welines, Lieut. Richard Brashear, (?) Bosseron.

1048-1-987-989-May 18, 1779: Top Document identical on frames 987 and 988. Capt. John Williams order for 3 day rations for 2 Neqounez?, who were in the pidgeon house.

1049-1-987-989-No Date: No. 16. Center Document identical on frames 987 and 988. Order to issue powder for 7 men in Capt. William Harrod Co, 1 man in Capt. James Harrod Co., and 2 in Capt May's Co.

1050-1-987-989-May 19, 1779: No. 7. Bottom Document identical on frames 987 and 988. A ration of gun powder was given top Sim Butler, who was going to Harrodsburg from Detroit. Names: Edison? Coleman.

1051-1-990-991-May 18, 1779: No. 33. Top Document. Edward Holeman at Louisville requested an ammunition ration for (?) Conoley trip to Williamsburg.

1052-1-990-991-May 18, 1779: Center Document. Capt. Abraham Kellar certified John Roby had worked as a carpenter for 14 days hauling timber to Fort Clark garrison.

1053-1-990-991-May 18, 1779: Bottom Document. Capt. Abraham Kellar certified Mark Nobels had served as an artificer 7 days getting timber. Names: George Rogers Clark.

1054-1-992-993-May 17, 1779: Top Document. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Clark Commissary for 2 day provisions for John Green.

1055-1-992-993-May 13, 1779: Bottom Document. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Clark Commissary for 6 rations for Monsieur Perault's wife.

1056-1-994-995-May 18, 1779: No. 68. Top Document. Note entitling the bearer, who is not named to receive 1435 livres from Col. George Rogers Clark for service rendered the state of Virginia for an account at Fort Clark by (?) Shannon, Conductor General of the Stores.

1057-1-994-995-May 18, 1779: Center Document. Capt. Abraham Kellar certified Lawrence Cinon had worked as an artificers for 17 days getting timber for Fort Clark garrison.

1058-1-994-995-May 18, 1779: Bottom Document. Capt. Abraham Kellar certified David Walker had worked 12 days as an artificer getting timber for Fort Clark garrison.

1059-1-996-997-May 18, 1779: Top Document. Written in French. Lieut. Richard Brashear order to Fort Patrick Henry Commissary for 44 rations for Monsieur LeGrand.

1060-1-996-997-May 12, 1779: Center Document. Order to Fort Clark Commissary for 5 rations of meat and flour for Capt. George's mess.

1061-1-996-997-May 16, 1779: Bottom Document. Capt. John Williams order for 3 day rations for Joseph Lindsay, William May, John Hawkins, and Isaac Bowman.

1062-1-998-999-May 12, 1779: Top Document. George Rogers Clark order for 3 day provisions for 7 men of Capt. William Harrod's co.

1063-1-998-999-May 10, 1779: Center Document. John Girault order to Commissary for rations for himself, translator and interpreter.

1064-1-998-999-May 14, 1779: Bottom Document. Transaction of commissary concerning 10 pounds of beef. Names: John Toddje? and George Rogers Clark.

1065-1-1000-1001-May 18, 1779: Top Document. Capt. Robert George order for 3 day provisions for 2 sergeants and 3 artificers.

1066-1-1000-1001-May 18, 1779: Center Document. Capt. Abraham Kellar certified Daniel Bolton had served 14 days as an artificer in getting timber for Fort Clark garrison.

1067-1-1000-1001-May 14, 1779: Bottom Document. Capt. John Williams order for 2 day rations for Joseph Lindsay, William May, Isaac Bowman, and John Hawkins.

1068-1-1002-1004-May 12, 1779: Top Document identical on frames 1002 and 1003. Capt. Abraham Kellar certified James Thomas had served 11 days as an artificer getting timer for Fort Clark garrison.

1069-1-1002-1004-May 18, 1779: Second Document is identical on frames 1002 and 1003. Capt. Abraham Kellar certified William Brown had served 5 days hauling timber to Fort Clark garrison.

1070-1-1002-1004-May 18, 1779: Third Document identical on frames 1002 and 1003. Capt. Abraham Kellar certified Daniel Whitlock had served as artificer 14 days getting timber for Fort Clark garrison.

1071-1-1002-1004-May 16, 1779: Bottom Document identical on frames 1002 and 1003. John Murrey certified 201 pounds of pork had been purchased from Monsieur Tarak.

1072-1-1005-1006-May 10, 1779: Top Document. Surgeon Rey? order to Fort Clark Commissary for 3 day provisions for 7 sick men.

1073-1-1005-1006-May 13, 1779: Bottom Document. Capt. Edward Worthington, the Officer of the Day, order to commissary for 2 day rations for 2 negroes.

1074-1-1007-1009-May 13, 1779: Top Document identical on frames 1007 and 1008. Joseph Bowman order for 3 day provisions for 2 men of Capt. Kellar's co. and 2 men in Capt. John Williams co.

1075-1-1007-1009-May 17, 1779: Center Document identical on frames 1007 and 1008. Rations of salt for 16 men of Capt. William Harrod Co, 2 men of Capt. Todd Co., and 6 men of Capt. James Harrod Co. Names: Edward Holeman.

1076-1-1007-1009-May 17, 1779: Bottom Document identical on frames 1007 and 1008. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Clark commissary for 2 day rations for Patrick Kennedy.

1077-1-1010-1011-May 18, 1779: Top Document. Capt. Abraham Kellar certified John Wuken had served 15 days as an artificer getting timber for Fort Clark garrison.

1078-1-1010-1011-May 13, 1779: Center Document. Capt. William Harrod order for 42 quarts of corn for men in his company at Falls of Ohio.

1079-1-1010-1011-May 9, 1779: Bottom Document. George Rogers Clark order to commissary for 3 day rations for 1 recruit of Capt.McCarty.

1080-1-1012-1014-May 16, 1779: Top Document identical on frames 1012 and 1013. Leonard Helm order for Conductor of the Continental Store at St. Vincent to give Monsieur Voudre 2 stroud, 2 shirts, 2 pair of leggings, 1 britch cloth, 2 blankets, which were for the Grand Quite.

1081-1-1012-1014-May 1779: Center Document identical on frames 1012 and 1013. Surgeon Rey order for provisions for 7 sick.

1082-1-1012-1014-May 1779: Bottom Document identical on frames 1012 and 1013. James Robertson order to Fort Clark Commissary for 15 rations for use of officers and 1 waiter for the mess of Capt. George.

1083-1-1015-1016-May 13, 1779: Top Document. George Rogers Clark order for 3 day provisions for 3 express men.

1084-1-1015-1016-May 11, 1779: Center Document. George Rogers Clark order to Fort Clark Commissary to furnish Clark's wife with 6 rations each day as needed.

1085-1-1015-1016-May 10, 1779: Bottom Document. George Rogers Clark order for 3 day provisions for 3 express men.

1086-1-1017-1018-May 11, 1779: Top Document. George Rogers Clark order for 3 rations for 2 men.

1087-1-1017-1018-May 16, 1779: Center Document. Provisions for 3 days for 6 men of Capt. Harrod Co. at Fort Clark. Names: Capt. John Williams, Joseph Bowman.

1088-1-1017-1018-May 10, 1779: Bottom Document. Quarter Master James Robertson requested Fort Clark commissary provisions for 5 officers and 1 waiter.

1089-1-1019-1020-May 12, 1779: Top Document. George Rogers Clark order to Fort Clark Commissary for 3 day rations for 15 men, who had been discharged.

1090-1-1019-1020-May 10, 1779: Center Document. Written in French. Concerns 40 rations. Names: George Rogers Clark, Monsieur Perault.

1091-1-1019-1020-May 10, 1779: Bottom Document. Capt. Abraham Kellar order for beans to be issued to artificers at Fort Clark.

1092-1-1021-1022-May 11, 1779: Top Document. Quarter master James Robertson order to Fort Clark Commissary for 3 pounds of butter, 1 quart of "Bars oile", and 20 tallon for the mess of Capt. George.

1093-1-1021-1022-May 16, 1779: Center Document. George Rogers Clark order for 3 day provisions for John Duff and James Currey.

1094-1-1021-1022-May 9, 1779: Bottom Document. George Rogers Clark order for 3 day provisions for Joseph Lindsay.

1095-1-1023-1024-May 14, 1779: Top Document. George Rogers Clark order for 1 day ration for men of Capt. William Harrod co.

1096-1-1023-1024-May 16, 1779: Center Document. Microfilmer listed as faded. Capt. Edward Worthington order for 3 day provisions for 1 woman of his co.

1097-1-1023-1024-May 10, 1779: Bottom Document. George Rogers Clark order for 3 day provisions for 2 expressors under his command at Fort Clark

1098-1-1025-1026-May 16, 1779: Top Document. Order to Fort Clark Commissary for 16 day provisions of flour, corn, and salt pork for 6 men, who were going to Post St. Vincent. Names: (?) Shannon.

1099-1-1025-1026-May 9, 1779: Center Document. Capt. John Williams order for 3 day rations for William May and John Hawkins.

1100-1-1025-1026-May 13, 1779: Bottom Document. Capt. Edward Worthington order for provisions for officers of Capt. Williams mess at Fort Clark.

1101-1-1027-1028-May 17, 1779: Top Document. Capt. Abraham Kellar requested 144 rations used by 32 artificers for 3 days.

1102-1-1027-1028-May 13, 1779: Bottom Document. George Rogers Clark order for 3 day provisions for 1 man of Capt. George Co. at Fort Clark.

1103-1-1029-1030-May 16, 1779: Top Document. Capt. John Williams Order for 2 day provisions for 2 men of Capt. Kellar's Co. at Fort Clark.

1104-1-1029-1030-May 16, 1779: Bottom Document. Lieut. Richard Brashear gave 10 pounds of beef to Monsieur Henny, who was an agent at Fort Patrick Henry.

1105-1-1031-1032-May 17, 1779: Top Document. James Robertson, Quarter Master requested 3 pounds of butter for the mess from Fort Clark Commissary.

1106-1-1031-1032-May 13, 1779: Center Document. Lieut. James Robertson order for 3 day provisions for 1 man in Capt. George Co. at Fort Clark.

1107-1-1031-1032-May 13, 1779: Bottom Document. Capt. Robert George order for provisions for George Gentry, who was in confinement for 3 days at Fort Clark.

1108-1-1033-1034-May 13, 1779: Top Document. Capt. William Harrod order for powder and lead for use of part of the volunteer company and private expedition against the Shawnee Indians at the Falls of Ohio.

1109-1-1033-1034-May 12, 1779: Center Document. Capt. Robert George order for 3 day rations for 3 women at Fort Clark.

1110-1-1033-1034-May 17, 1779: Bottom Document. Capt. Abraham Kellar certified Thomas McDaniel had worked 6 days as an ax man at Fort Clark Garrison.

1111-1-1035-1036-May 15, 1779: Top Document. Capt. William Harrod at the Falls of Ohio requested ammunition for a volunteer company of 82 men, who were going to fight the Indians at Cohia.

1112-1-1035-1036-May 7, 1779: Center Document. Capt. Robert George request for 3 day provisions for himself at Fort Clark.

1113-1-1035-1036-May 4, 1779: Bottom Document. Provisions for 2 men for 4 days at St. Vincent.

1114-1-1037-1038-May 13, 1779: Top Document. Girault order to Fort Clark Commissary for 2 rations for 2 negroes prisoners in the Peebion house.

1115-1-1037-1038-May 15, 1779: Center Document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order to Continental Stores for powder for use of the officers at Fort Patrick Henry.

1116-1-1037-1038-May 9, 1779: Bottom Document. Capt. John Williams order for 2 day rations for 4 officers.

1117-1-1039-1040-May 5, 1779: Top Document. Capt. Edward Worthington order for 3 day provisions for 5 men of his company.

1118-1-1039-1040-May 12, 1779: Third Document. Capt. Abraham Kellar order to John Marney of the commissary for powder for 5 days for 3 artificers.

1119-1-1039-1040-May 1779: Bottom Document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order for powder and lead for Monsieur Glynn, who was going on expedition to Kaskaskia. Names: Samuel Sills, Capt. Leonard Helm at Post St. Vincent.

1120-1-1041-1042-May 10, 1779: Top Document. Capt. Abraham Kellar order to Fort Clark Commissary for 3 day provisions for 30 artificers.

1121-1-1041-1042-May 9, 1779: Center Document. Order for butter for Col. Clark's mess. mess of Col. Clark. Names: James Robertson

1122-1-1041-1042-May 10, 1779: Bottom Document. Invoice from Monsieur Beualieve for 12 day use of horse at 50 cents a day to go to Kaskaskia in service of the state of Virginia and $3.00 for a blanket. Names: Joseph Bowman, Col. George Rogers Clark.

1123-1-1043-1044-May 6, 1779: Top Document. Capt. Robert George order for provisions for women at Fort Clark.

1124-1-1043-1044-May 19, 1799: Center Document. Joseph Bowman certified that Bapt. B. Basson had used his horse to go to Kaskaskia in service of the U. S. Names: George Rogers Clark.

1125-1-1043-1044-May 5, 1779: Bottom Document. George Rogers Clark order for 3 day provision for 3 men under his command at Fort Clark.

1126-1-1045-1046-May 1779: Top Document. Quartermaster James Robertson order for the day's provisions for 3 men under his command at Fort Clark.

1127-1-1045-1046-May 1779: No. 88. Bottom Document. Written in French. Request for rations at Fort Clark Continental Store. Names: James Robertson, Dam Lee Cosaut, Semaine Drochaine.

1128-1-1047-1048-May 3, 1779: Top Document. Provisions for 2 men of Capt. Worthington Co. Names: Capt. Robert George, Jas Dromjiote?

1129-1-1047-1048-May 7, 1779: Bottom Document. Capt. Abraham Kellar order for provisions for 28 artificiers at Fort Clark.

1130-1-1049-1050-May 5, 1779: Lieut. Richard Brashear order for Mr. Mumbra to take 3 axes, 3 iron shovels, 4 pick axes, 1 adds foot, 3 Hawel and 1 iron saw from Fort Patrick Henry to Kaskaskia. Names: James Robertson, Quartermaster, (?) Pinny?

1131-1-1051-1052-May 2, 1779: No. 42. Top Document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order for lead and powder for men at Fort Patrick Henry. Names (?) Duff.

1132-1-1051-1052-May 6, 1779: Center Document. Capt. Abraham Kellar requested his day's ration from Fort Patrick Henry Commissary.

1133-1-1051-1052-May 6, 1779: No. 29. Bottom Document. Capt. William Harrod at the Falls of Ohio order for 8 quarts of corn for himself.

1134-1-1053-1055-May 7, 1779: Top Document. James Green received bounty to serve 1 year in Capt. Edward Worthington Co.

1135-1-1053-1055-May 5, 1779: No. 25. Bottom Document. Francis Godfrey, who was a soldier in the company of Lieut John Baley or Lieut. Richard Brashear was issued a gun at Fort Patrick Henry.

1136-1-1056-1057-May 2, 1779: No. 24. Top Document. Powder and ball were issued to the militia Document 1136-1-1056-1057-May 2, 1779-continued: of Capt. Deligine at Fort Patrick Henry. Names: Capt. Leonard Helm, Lieut. Richard Brashear.

1137-1-1056-1057-May 4, 1779: Center Document. Written in French. Provisions issued at Fort Patrick Henry. Names: Lieut. Richard Brashear, (?) Des Veiure, Monsieur LeGrass.

1138-1-1056-1057-May 3, 1779: Bottom Document. Provisions for 3 days for 2 Espirespies?. Names: Capt. Robert George.

1139-1-1058-1059-May 5, 1779: Top Document. Surgeon Rell order to Fort Clark Commissary for provisions for 6 sick soldiers in the hospital.

1140-1-1058-1059-May 1779: Bottom Document. Original date was Feb. 5, 1779. Bill of Exchange, sent by Robert Elliot to Oliver Pollock, agent at New Orleans for sundry supplies furnished by Evan Mills for the Illinois Expedition.

1141-1-1060-1062-May 18, 1779: Top Document identical on frames 1060 and 1061. Capt. Abraham Kellar at Fort Clark certified John Jaeort? worked as a carpenter for 14 days getting timber for the garrison.

1142-1-1060-1062-May 18, 1779: No. 73. Second Document identical on frames 1060 and 1061. Leonard Helm, Commander and Superintendent at St. Vincent, requested that Mrs. Ann O'Lerry may issued 1 pound of powder and lead for the militia on duty. Mrs. O'Lerry used a mark to sign her name, when she received the ammunition. Names: Lieut. Richard Brashear and Fort Patrick Henry Quarter Master.

1143-1-1060-1062-May 10, 1779: Third Document identical on frames 1060 and 1061. Abraham Chapline certified Nov. 27, 1778 Monsieur Rafyganyea provided a cord of wood and stone for troops at the Cahos garrison. Joseph Bowman authorized payment of $ 7.00 from George Rogers Clark account.

1144-1-1060-1062-May 8, 1779: Bottom Document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order for powder and lead for 15 men of Capt. Kellar Co. at Fort Patrick Henry. Names: John Duff.

1145-1-1063-1064-May 15, 1779: Top Document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order to Continental Store to issue 3 and 1/4 pounds of powder for 13 men of Capt. McCarty co. at Fort Patrick Henry. Names: Sergeant John Duff.

1146-1-1063-1064-May 22, 1779: Second Document. Lieut. James Robertson requested beef and flour. Names: James Montgomery.

1147-1-1063-1064-May 29, 1779: No. 40. Third Document. Powder issued for soldiers at St. Vincent. Names: Leonard Helm, Lieut. Richard Brashear, (?) Cardinal.

1148-1-1063-1064-May 8, 1779: No. 23. Bottom Document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order for flints for Capt. McCarty co. Names: Lewis Gonnia?

1149-1-1065-1066-May 7, 1779: Top Document. Receipt for 4 axes purchased for U. S. Names: James Robertson, Quarter Master, Capt. Joeast.

1150-1-1065-1066-May 15, 1779: No. 34. Second Document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order to Fort Patrick Henry Quarter Master for 8 pounds of powder for Capt. Williams Co. Names: John Bayley.

1151-1-1065-1066-May 11, 1779: Third Document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order to Fort Patrick Henry Quarter Master for 18 pounds of powder and 34 pounds of lead for the militia of Capt. Bossoes. Names: Lieut. Bowoant?

1152-1-1065-1066-May 12, 1779: No. 36. Bottom Document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order to Fort Patrick Henry Quarter Master to given powder and lead to Lieut. John Bayley.

1153-1-1067-1068-May 8, 1779: No. 22. Lieut. Richard Brashear order to Fort Patrick Henry Quarter Master to provide a gun to F. Paul of Capt. Wearnington Co.

1154-1-1069-1072-May 12, 1779: Duplicate of 2 page Document. "The Colony of Virginia to Capt. Robt. Todd." The expenses of his company from Culpeper Court on his march to join Col. Montgomery for the Illinois Expedition. Names: Elijah Wood, Reuben Hudson, Thomas Madison, Morely Tosh, Mancy Kirke?, Morey Kent, Any Green, James Chalton, Col. Ingles, William Gist, Phebey Kelly, Jam Tulley, M. Lapsley, James Stirling, Andrey Croise, Jim McGavach, George Gull?, William Bartlet, William Patterson, Esther Anderson, Margaret Crow, Andy Bound, Jerry Mouts?, James Dysert, Christry Elmes, Jonh Yancey, John Colter, Samuel McRoberts, Capt. Lockhart, Thomas Bormes, Henry Frutchen?, Col. Stainghter, Christopher Lighthower, H. Hutchins, Andrew Casket, William Alexander, Capt. Robert Todd, Henry Crutcher?, James Bohannon, Joseph Ramsay, and James Shaw. Total cost for the company of 29 men from Culpeper Court House, Virginia to Big Creek on Kaskaskia was 322 pounds, 8 shillings and 9 pence. Payment was for salt, meat, flour, forage for horses, whiskey, and use of wagons.

BOX 616-FOLDER 20

PAPERS-MAY 20-31, 1779

FRAMES #1073-1133

65 Documents in Folder 20 filmed on 60 frames.

1155-1-1074-1075-May 26, 1779: Top Document. Bill of Exchange signed by George Rogers Clark for $ 408 for sundry furnishings for the troops at Kaskaskia. Sent to the Treasurer of the state of Virginia or Oliver Pollock at New Orleans.

1156-1-1074-1075-May 22, 1779: Bottom Document. George Rogers Clark signed Bill of Exchange, which was addressed to the Treasurer of the state of Virginia or Oliver Pollock at New Orleans for payment of $300 for cost of troops at Kaskaskia.

1157-1-1076-1077-April 15, 1779: Top Document. Leonard Helm order to St. Vincent Conductor of Stores to give 1 stroud, 1 pair of leggings and 1 shirt to the Tobacco Chief.

1158-1-1076-1077-May 22, 1779: Bottom Document. George Rogers Clark instructed the Treasurer of Virginia to pay $ 811 to Mr. Racine for sundries furnished for the use of the troops at Kaskaskia. Names: David Taylor.

1159-1-1078-1079-May 21, 1779: Top Document. Capt. Robert George report for number of men and rations provided for a detachment of Kings Regiment May 19-22, 1779. Names: Sergeant John Chapman.

1160-1-1078-1079-May 22, 1779: Bottom Document. Capt. Robert George report for number of men and rations provided for a detachment of Kings Regiment May 22-24,

1160-1-1078-1079-May 22, 1779-continued: 1779. Notation that 1 carpenter did not draw rations. Names: Sergeant John Chapman.

1161-1-1080-1081-May 27, 1779: Top Document. Capt. Robert George report for number of rations issued to detachment of Kings Regiment May 25-1779. One carpenter did not draw rations. Names: Sergeant John Chapman.

1162-1-1080-1081-June 2, 1779: Bottom Document. Capt. Robert George report for rations issued to detachment of Kings Regiment May 31-June 2, 1779. One carpenter did not draw rations. Names: Sergt. John Chapman.

1163-1-1082-1083-May 30, 1779: Top Document. Capt. Robert George report of rations issued to detachment of Kings Regiment May 28-30, 1779. One carpenter did not draw rations. Names: Sergt. John Chapman

1164-1-1082-1083-May 1779: Bottom Document. Errata or corrections for bills. Names: March Lynns, Col. Clark; Oliver Pollock, (?) Linn, (?) Rogers, Mathew Smith.

1165-1-1084-1085-May 28, 1779: Top Document. Rations for 8 sick soldiers in the hospital at Kaskaskia. Names: J. Martin, G. Therman?, J. Lashe, (?) Doyle, Gille Montgomery, Surgeon Rey.

1166-1-1084-1085-May 26, 1779: Bottom Document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order to commissary for Indian meal for 2 men for 4 days for expedition to Falls of Ohio.

1167-1-1086-1087-June 2, 1779: Top Document. Rations were issued to Capt. Isaac Taylor Co. for May 31-June 2, 1779. Rations were for 6 children, 3 wash women, 19 fit for duty and 5 others. Verso of the Document listed number of rations for Capt. Evins, 108; Capt. McCarty, 93; Capt. Edward Worthington, 30; and Capt. Kellar 77.

1168-1-1086-1087-June 2, 1779: Bottom Document. Capt. Robert George order for 3 day rations for 1 man of his company.

1169-1-1088-1089-May 2, 1779: Top Document. John Murray, Commissary at Fort Clark, received 1,000 pounds of flour from Vital Geaurais for use of the state of Virginia. Verso of Document is a report of the Fort Guard at Fort Clark for May 26, 1779 but has no data except the title.

1170-1-1088-1089-May 27, 1779: Bottom Document. Quarter Master James Robertson certified to the Conductor General that Madam Saintpear had made 73 bags for the state of Virginia and was entitled to be paid.

1171-1-1090-1091-May 27, 1779: Top Document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order to Fort Patrick Henry Commissary for 4 day ration of beef and indian meal for 14 men of Capt. Kellar Co.

1172-1-1090-1091-May 27, 1779: Center Document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order to Fort Patrick Henry Commissary for 4 day rations of beef and indian meal for 2 officers and 1 private.

1173-1-1090-1091-May 28, 1779: Bottom Document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order for 4 day ration of Document 1173 Frame-#1090-1091-May 28, 1779-continued: beef and indian meal for Sergeant Danst.

1174-1-1092-1093-May 22, 1779: Top Document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order to commissary for 2 bushel of corn for the family of John West? while he was on a convoy to the Falls of Ohio for Col. Clark. Names: Moses Henry, Indian Agent at St. Vincent.

1175-1-1092-1093-May 23, 1779: Center Document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order to give the Ottawa Chief 1 bushel of corn. Names: Moses Henry, Indian Agent for the Weather Department.

1176-1-1092-1093-May 20, 1779: Bottom Document. The bearer of the note was entitled payment from Col. Clark for sale of a horse bridle and saddle, which were lost in the service of Virginia at Fort Clark. Names: (?) Shannon.

1177-1-1094-1097-May 31, 1779: Top Document identical on frames 1094 and 1095. Lieut. Richard Brashear order to commissary for 7 day ration of beef and indian meal for Jame Jill.

1178-1-1094-1097-May 31, 1779: Second Document identical on frames 1094 and 1095. Lieut. Richard Brashear order to commissary for 11 day provisions of beef and indian meal for Monsieur J. Dume.

1179-1-1094-1097-May 30, 1779: Bottom Document duplicate on frames. Lieut. Richard Brashear order to Fort Patrick Henry commissary for 6 day provision of indian meal for 3 men in Capt. Kellar co. for trip to the Falls of Ohio.

1180-1-1098-1099-May 20, 1779: Top Document. Lieut Richard Brashear order to Fort Patrick Henry commissary for 4 day provisions of indian, meal, beef and butter for the sergeant major.

1181-1-1098-1099-May 28, 1779: Center Document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order to Fort Patrick Henry commissary for 2 day provision of beef, indian meal and butter for 2 officer and 1 private.

1182-1-1098-1099-May 20, 1779: Bottom Document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order to Fort Patrick Henry commissary for 4 day provision of beef, butter and indian meal for 1 French carpenter.

1183-1-1100-1101-May 20, 1779: Top Document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order to Fort Patrick Henry for 4 day provision of beef, butter and indian meal for 13 men of Capt. Kellar co.

1184-1-1100-1101-May 23, 1779: Center Document. John Murrey, commissary at Fort Clark, purchased from Iago le Verle a barrel for use of the state of Virginia.

1185-1-1100-1101-May 1779: Bottom Document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order to Fort Patrick Henry for 4 day provision of beef, butter and indian meal for 13 men of Capt. McCarty co.

1186-1-1102-1103-May 31, 1779: "A Monthly Abstract of Provisions Issued at Fort Clark in the Illinois for the month of May 1779 by John Marney, D. C. of Issues." George Rogers Clark certified the vouchers specified the provisions for troops, prisoners, Indians and others as based on

1186-1-1102-1103-May 31, 1779-continued: his orders at Kaskaskia, Illinois. There were 8,426 rations issued with specific quantity for each item as follows: 12,558 pounds of flour; 16 quarts of corn; 12,498 pounds of beef; 58 pounds of butter; 1,189 [measures] of salt; and 8,426 [portions] of taffia.

1187-1-1104-1105-May 20, 1779: Top Document. By order of Col. Clark, Squire Boone delivered powder and grape shot to officers of the Kentucky County.

1188-1-1104-1105-May 5, 1779: Center Document. Provisions for 6 artificers were issued at Fort Clark commissary. Names: James Robertson.

1189-1-1104-1105-May 1779: Bottom Document. Surgeon Rey or Grey order for provisions for sick in the hospital. Number of sick are listed by companies of Capt. George, Capt. Kellar, Capt. McCarty, Capt. Voiduiten? and Capt. Sullivan.

1190-1-1106-1107-May 20, 1779: Top Document. Capt. Robert George order for 3 day ration for 7 men.

1191-1-1106-1107-May 20, 1779: Center Document. Capt. George order for 6 day rations for 1 man of Capt. Worthington co.

1192-1-1106-1107-May 20, 1779: Bottom Document. Capt. Robert George order for 6 day provision for 1 of his men, who was discharged.

1193-1-1108-1109-May 20, 1779: Top Document. Faded. Capt. John Williams order for butter.

1194-1-1108-1109-May 20, 1779: Center Document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order for powder and lead for 3 men going to the Falls of Ohio. Names: William Stewart?

1195-1-1108-1109-No Date: Bottom Document. Fragment. Request for 3 day provisions at Fort Clark.

1196-1-1110-1111-No Date: Top Document. Samuel Craig and Benjamin Pettett appraised a lost red steer. The owner was unknown and the steer was turned over for use of the militia stationed at Logan's Fort. Names: James Trabue of Kentucky Co.

1197-1-1110-1111-May 31, 1779: Center Document. Monsieur Perault, officer of the guard, requested 2 day provisions for 2 negro prisoners.

1198-1-1110-1111-May 20, 1779: Bottom Document. Leonard Helm requested 32 pounds of beef be given to Monsieur Iaco, indian interpreter for several nations of indians in council. Names: Lieut. Richard Brashear.

1199-1-1112-1115-May 18, 1779: Top Document. Faded. Frames are different exposures of the same Document. Capt. Robert George order for 5 day rations for 2 men.

1200-1-1112-1115-May 27, 1779 Center Document. Different exposures of same Document. Capt.

1200-1-1112-1115-May 27, 1779-continued: Robert George order to commissary for 2 quarts of oil for use at Fort Clark.

1201-1-1112-1115-May 27, 1779: Bottom Document. Different exposures of the same Document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order to Fort Patrick Henry commissary for 4 day ration for 13 men of Capt. McCarty.

1202-1-1116-1117-May 20, 1779: Top Document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order to Fort Patrick Henry commissary for 4 day provisions of beef, indian meal and butter for 35 men of Capt. John Williams Co.

1203-1-1116-1117-May 23, 1779: Bottom Document. Lieut. Richard Brashear request for 6 pounds of butter for the conductor at Fort Patrick Henry.

1204-1-1118-1119-May 30, 1779: Top Document. Report of rations used by Capt. Richard McCarty Co for May 28-30, 1779. There were 93 rations issued by rank etc of company. There were 2 in the hospital, and 17 fit for duty. Verso listed number of rations given to Company Captains: George, Williams, Shelby, Evins, Todd and Taylor. Names: John Girault.

1205-1-1118-1119-May 20, 1779: Bottom Document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order to Fort Patrick Henry for 2 day provision of meat and 8 day provision of indian mean for 2 men of Capt. Kellar's co., who were going to the Falls Of Ohio.

1206-1-1120-1121-May 31, 1779: Top Document. John Marney, commissary at Fort Clark, received 754 pounds of flour from Monsieur Barbaue for use of the state of

1206-1-1120-1121-May 31, 1779-continued: Virginia. He also received 1 pair of oxen, 26 bushel of corn, and addition 754 pounds of flour.

1207-1-1120-1121-May 31, 1779: Bottom Document. Capt. Robert George order for 3 day provisions for 5 men of Col. Montgomery Co.

1208-1-1122-1123-May 23, 1779: Top Document. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Clark commissary to issue 7 bushel of corn to the Bullock master.

1209-1-1122-1123-May 30, 1779: Bottom Document. Capt. James Shelby note to Benjamin Ball for provisions for 6 men for May 2-31, 1779 for from Big Island to Illinois. Names: John Marney.

1210-1-1124-1125-May 30, 1779: Top Document. George Rogers Clark order for 3 day provision for 5 men of Fort Clark. Names: Joseph Lindsay, William May, Isaac Bowman, Henry Prater and John Hawkins.

1211-1-1124-1125-May 25, 1779: Center Document. Capt. Edward Worthington request for rations for Capt. Williams mess for officers and a negro at Fort Clark. Names: John Mark.

1212-1-1124-1125-May 25, 1779: Bottom Document. Capt. Robert George request for 3 day rations for 10 men in his company.

1213-1-1126-1128-May 31, 1779: Top Document is identical on all frames. Capt. Robert George order for rations at Fort Clark.

1214-1-1126-1128-May 29, 1779: Center Document. George Rogers Clark order to commissary to give Madam Bently what provisions she wanted for the day.

1215-1-1126-1128-May 31, 1779: Bottom Document. Faded. Identical on each frame. (?) Shannon signed Document requesting 3 day provision for 2 men of Capt. Robert George Co.

1216-1-1129-1130-May 28, 1779: Top Document. Capt. Robert George order to commissary for 1 gallon of oil for use of artificers at Fort Clark.

1217-1-1129-1130-May 28, 1779: Bottom Document. Surgeon Rell? requested 3 day provisions for 9 sick men from 3 companies at Fort Clark.

1218-1-1131-1132-May 30, 1779: Top Document. Capt. Robert George order for provisions for artificers. Names: Thomas McGee.

1219-1-1131-1132-May 30, 1779: Center Document. Capt. Robert George order 5 day rations.

1220-1-1131-1132-May 29, 1779: Bottom Document. Capt. Jeffrey Evans co. 1 day rations for 39 including 3 women, 5 children, 2 bowmen, 1 capt., 1 lieut., 2 sergeants, and 25 rank file.

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