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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1998-2004 Society of Colonial Wars in the State of Illinois

Copyright ゥ1998-2004 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, 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

BOX 616-FOLDER 20

PAPERS 1776-1795

FRAMES #1-#76

97 different Documents in Folder 20 filmed on 76 frames.

1221-2-1-2-May 30, 1779: Top Document. Provision return for 3 days for 2 negroes in the Pidgion House. Names: Samuel Allen (Sergt.); Abraham Kellar (Capt.)

1222-2-1-2-May 31, 1779: Center Document. Capt. Isaac Taylor order for 3 day provision for gunners under command of Col. Montgomery.

1223-2-1-2-May 31, 1779: Bottom Document. Capt. Robert George order for 3 day provision for William Galespe, artificer at Fort Clark.

1224-2-3-4-May 30, 1779: Top Document. Provisions for 3 days for 5 artificers at Fort Clark. Names: Capt. Abraham Kellar, Thomas McGee?

1225-2-3-4-May 30, 1779: Center Document. Provisions for 1 day for Capt. Isaac Taylor Camp, which included 1 captain, 1 lieutenant, 3 sergeants, 19 privates, 3 wash women and 6 children.

1226-2-3-4-May 31, 1779: Bottom Document. Capt. Robert George order for 3 day provision for 1 axman.

1227-2-5-6-May 30, 1779: Top Document. Capt. John Montgomery order for 30 day provision for 3 men, who were found by William Brokis on the march to Illinois.

1228-2-5-6-May 29, 1779: Second Document. Capt. John Montgomery order for 8 day provision return for an adjutant.

1229-2-5-6-May 31, 1779: Third Document. Capt. Jesse Evans order for 3 day rations for 2 captains, 1 lieutenant and 1 private.

1230-2-5-6-May 31, 1779: Bottom Document. Capt. Robert George order to John Marney of the commissary to give 2 pounds of butter to John Stamply. Verso of Document has names: Case Shof, Luthian Crucket and Jule Bocks?

1231-2-7-8-May 30, 1779: Top Document. Capt. James Shelby order for 30 provisions for his company.

1232-2-7-8-May 30, 1779: Center Document. Capt. Thomas Quirk order of 40 rations for his company of 1 fifer, 1 drummer, 3 sergeants, 25 rank and file, 6 children, 4 wash women and 1 bowman.

1233-2-7-8-May 29, 1779: Bottom Document. Col. John Montgomery order for 13 provisions for 3 captains, 2 lieutenants, 2 commissaries, and 6 privates.

1234-2-9-10-May 29, 1779: Top Document. Capt. Robert George order for 6 rations for men of Document 1234-2-9-10-May 29, 1779-continued: in Capt. Williams Co. at Fort Clark.

1235-2-9-10-May 29, 1779: Center Document. Capt. Abraham Kellar order to Fort Clark Commissary for 2 day provision for 5 men of his co.

1236-2-9-10-May 30, 1779: Bottom Document. Capt. Robert Todd request for 1 day ration for 24 men of his company.

1237-2-11-12-May 30, 1779: Top Document. Capt. Abraham kellar order to Fort Clark commissary for 3 day provisions for 3 days for himself.

1238-2-11-12-May 30, 1779: Center Document. One day provision for Capt. Jesse Evans company of 1 capt., 1 lieut., 2 sergeants, 4 bowmen, 22 rank and file, 5 children and 3 wash women. A total of 30 rations.

1239-2-11-12-May 29, 1779: Bottom Document. Rations for sick in the state hospital at Kaskaskia. Capt. robert George's company. Names: A. Martin, (?) Doye, (?) Parker, (?) Thomas, (?) Mizre? and Surgeon Reg?

1240-2-13-14-May 29, 1779: Top Document. Capt. Quirk order for 1 day provision for 3 men of his company.

1241-2-13-14-May 29, 1779: Bottom Document. A provision return for the troops under the command of Colonel George Rogers Clark for May 29-June ? 1779.

1241-2-13-14-May 29, 1779-continued: Prepared by Quartermaster James Robertson and Capt. Robert George. Report provided number of rations issued for companies of Captains: Quirk, Shelby, Tailor [Taylor], Evins, and Todd with the number by rank and others persons. Non military included in the companies were 13 wash women and 22 children. Rank and file in included 3 bowmen. Others included were drummers, fifers, sergeants, sergeant majors, ensigns, lieutenants and captains. Categories by commissioned officers, non commissioned officers, drums and fifers and rank and file. Companies total of 175 and 179 rations issued.

1242-2-15-16-No date: Top Document. Fragment concerning 12 rations requested by Capt. John Williams.

1243-2-15-16-May 25, 1779: Center Document. Edward Holeman request for powder for 1 man of Capt. Bohannon's company, who was on his way to Boonesboro from Detroit. Names: Louis Gillen.

1244-2-15-16-May 2, 1779: No. 54. Bottom Document. Moses Henry, Indian Agent for the Western Department requested the Conductor General to pay the Delaware Indian chief by supplying 1 stroud, 1 pair of leggings, 1 britch cloth, 2 shirts and 2 bags of vermillion [paint]

1245-2-17-18-May 28, 1779: Top Document. richard Brashear order to commissary for 3 day provision of beef and indian meal for Monsieur Drouant?

1246-2-17-18-May 28, 1779: Bottom Document. a provision return for the troops at Fort Clark under the command of Col. George Rogers Clark for May 28-30, 1779. Prepared by Quartermaster James Robertson and signed by George Rogers Clark. Report of 267 rations issued for the field officers, commissioned officers, staff officers, non-commissioned

1246-2-17-18-May 28, 1779-continued: officers, drummers and fifers and rank and file for companies of Field Staff and of captains: George, McCarty, Williams, Worthington, and Kellar. The Rank and file included 6 gunners, 1 artificer, 1 soldier confined, 1 butcher, 7 wash women and 46 fit for duty. Staff officers included 1 surgeon, 1 commissary and 1 conductor general.

1247-2-19-20-May 28, 1779: Top Document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order to Fort Patrick Henry Commissary for 12 and 1/2 pounds of beef for Moses Henry.

1248-2-19-20-May 28, 1779: Center Document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order to Fort Patrick Henry Commissary to issue 4 day provision of beef and indian meal to 13 men of Capt. McCarty company.

1249-2-19-20-May 28, 1779: Bottom Document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order to Fort Patrick Henry Commissary to issue 4 day provision of beef and indian meal to 36 men in Capt. John Williams company.

1250-2-21-22-May 28, 1779: No. 52. Top Document. Order to Conductor of Stores at Fort Vincent to give powder, ball, paint and tobacco to Jace, the indian interpreter, for the Pittanatima? [ Penutian or Potawatomi] Indians. names: Leonard Helm, Lieut. Richard Brashear.

1251-2-21-22-May 28, 1779: Center Document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order to Fort Patrick Henry Commissary for 4 day provision for French carpenters.

1252-2-21-22-May 28, 1779: Bottom Document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order to Fort Patrick

1252-2-21-22-May 28, 1779-continued: Henry Commissary for 4 day provision for 10 men of Capt. Kellar's company.

1253-2-23-24-May 25, 1779: Top Document. Ration of flour for 3 days for 2 negroes at Fort Clark. Names: Richard Clark.

1254-2-23-24-May 27, 1779: No. 49. Second Document. Leonard Helm order to Fort Patrick Henry Conductor of Stores to give 1 stroud, 1 shirt, 1 britch cloth, 1 and bag of paint to the Indian Interpreter Monsieur Vorldne? Reference to a gun and to a spy. difficult to read due to faded ink.

1255-2-23-24-May 20, 1779: Third Document. Order from Capt. John Williams for 3 day provision for 2 of his company, who were going on expedition to Kentucky. Names: Capt. Robert George.

1256-2-23-24-May 26, 1779: Bottom Document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order to Fort Patrick Henry Commissary to give 6 pounds of beef to Monsieur Dnieah.

1257-2-25-26-May 26, 1779: Top Document. Written in French. Names: Lieut. Richard Brashear, Monsieur LeGrand, Monsieur DeNiure?

1258-2-25-26-May 26, 1779: Center Document. the Conductor General at Fort clark was to pay Monsieur Bakeast Charleville for 1 grindstone bought for the use of the State of Virginia for making bread. Names: James Robertson, Quartermaster.

1259-2-25-26-May 28, 1799: Bottom Document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order to Fort Patrick Henry Commissary for 3 day provision for the sergeant major.

1260-2-27-28-May 26, 1779: Top Document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order to Fort Patrick Henry Commissary to issue 2 day provision for French carpenters.

1261-2-27-28-May 26, 1779: Center Document. Order to commissary for provision of beef and indian meal for the indian interpreter Voridne? to take to the indians. Names: Lieut. Richard Brashear, Leonard Helm.

1262-2-27-28-May 26, 1779: Bottom Document. Monsieur Cavene? provided 104 pounds of flour to commissary John Marney for the state of Virginia at Fort Clark. Document 1263-2-29-30-May 22, 1779: Top Document. Provisions for May 21 and 22, 1779 for Capt. Isaac Taylor company. Reported listed make up of company by rank.

1264-2-29-30-May 26, 1779: Second Document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order to Fort Patrick Henry Commissary to give 10 pounds of beef to Moses Henry agent at Fort Patrick Henry.

1265-2-29-30-May 28, 1779: Bottom Document. George Rogers Clark order to commissary to issue 1,000 rations to be ready by 12 o'clock.

1266-2-31-32-May 26, 1779: Top Document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order for 20 day provision for 1 man. Names: Edwin Holeman.

1267-2-31-32-May 20, 1779: Center Document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order to Fort Patrick Henry Commissary for 2 day provision for the French armies?

1268-2-31-32-May 28, 1779: Bottom Document. Report of needed provisions for 3 days for Capt. Richard McCarty Co. Rations listed by rank and category of company. There were 2 wash women. Names: Capt. Johnson.

1269-2-33-34-May 27, 1779: Top Document. Written in French. Provisions for Capt. Richard McCarty company. Names: Monsieur Porault, Capt. Robert George.

1270-2-33-34-May 26, 1779: Second Document. Order written at St. Vincent for the Conductor of the stores to provide 1 stroud and 1 bag of paint to the Pittin Indian chief. Names: Leonard Helm, Richard Brashear.

1271-2-33-34-May 27, 1779: Third Document. Edward Muorney certified he had received a pack saddle from Monsieur Janiet? for the expedition to Post Vincent.

1272-2-33-34-May 27, 1779: Bottom Document. Capt. Robert George request for 3 day rations for 2 axman.

1273-2-35-36-May 21, 1779: Top Document. Three day rations for 1 man at Fort Clark. Names: Capt. Robert George.

1274-2-35-36-May 24, 1779: Second Document. Capt. Robert George request for 3 day provision

1274-2-35-36-May 24, 1779-Continued: for 3 men at Fort Clark.

1275-2-35-36-May 22, 1779: Third Document. Capt. Robert George request to Fort Clark Commissary for half a gallon of oil for use of the arms of his company.

1276-2-35-36-May 24, 1779: Bottom Document. Request for 3 day provision for 6 artificers. Names: Thomas McGee?, Capt. Robert George.

1277-2-37-38-May 22, 1779: Top Document. Provisions. Names: Ensign McCarty, Capt. Robert George.

1278-2-37-38-May 23, 1779: Second Document. One day provision for 2 negroes in the Pidgon house at Fort Clark. Names: Monsieur Perault.

1279-2-37-38-May 22, 1779: Third document. George Rogers Clark order for 3 day provision for Joseph Lindsay, William May, John Hawkins, Henry Prayter, and Isaac Bowman at Fort Clark.

1280-2-37-38-May 22, 1779: Bottom document. Capt. Edward Worthington request for 3 day provision for 2 officers, 2 privates and 1 negro.

1281-2-39-43-No date: Top document. Very faded. Several copies of same document. Cannot read.

1282-2-39-43-No date: Bottom document. Several copies of document. Capt. Edward Worthington mess order be given to his negro.

1283-2-44-45-May 26, 1779: Accounting statement to the state of virginia from Monsieur Janist for supplies and services. Items listed were pickets, pick ax, saddle and bridle, axes, indian corn and cost for 12 lodging days. Names: Capt. Worthington, Will Shannon and J. Roush?

1284-2-46-47-May 26, 1779: No. 48. Top document. Fort Patrick Henry quartermaster gave ammunition to 16 Indian chiefs. Names: Leonard Helm, Lieut. Richard Brashear.

1285-2-46-47-May 24, 1779: Center document. J. Girault? request to Mr. Marney to provide rations for himself, Monsieur Pirault and Capt. McCarty.

1286-2-46-47-May 22, 1779: Bottom document. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Clark commissary for 8 day provision for John Green.

1287-2-48-49-May 22, 1779: Top document. Capt. Abraham Kellar requested 3 day ration from Fort clark Commissary for himself.

1288-2-48-49-May 23, 1779: Center document. George Rogers Clark order beef rations for 4 men.

1289-2-48-49-May 24, 1779: Bottom document. Lieut. J. Pirault, officer of the Guard requested Document 1289-2-48-49-May 24, 1779-continued: 2 day provision for 2 negro prisoners at Fort Clark.

1290-2-50-51-May 28, 1779: Top document. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Clark commissary for 3 day provision for artificers in his company.

1291-2-50-51-May 25, 1779: Bottom document. Refers to making suits for troops quartered at Fort Clark. Names: Patt Kennedy, Major Isaac Bowman.

1292-2-52-53-May 25, 1779: Top document. George Rogers Clark order for rations for Isaac Bowman, Joseph Lindsay, William May, Henry Prater and John Hawkins.

1293-2-52-53-May 24, 1779: Center document. George Rogers Clark order for 6 day provision for 6 men of Col. Montgomery detachment at Fort Clark.

1294-2-52-53-May 25, 1779: Bottom document. Capt. Edward Worthington order for provisions for 4 officers, 2 privates and 1 negro at Fort Clark.

1295-2-54-55-May 25, 1779: Top document. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Clark commissary for 3 day provision for 5 men with expedition from Col. Montgomery.

1296-2-54-55-May 25, 1779: Center document. Capt. Robert George order for provisions for 2 axman.

1297-2-54-55-May 27, 1779: Bottom document. Three day provision issued for 2 artificer in Capt. Robert George Co. Names: W. Shannon.

1298-2-56-57-May 25, 1779: Top document. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Clark commissary for 6 day provision for 2 men of Col. Montgomery company.

1299-2-56-57-May 27, 1779: Bottom document. Capt. Robert George order for rations for 6 artificers. Names: Thomas McGee.

1300-2-58-59-May 26, 1779: Top document. Request for 3 day provisions for 12 men in Fort Clark Hospital by surgeon Rey?

1301-2-58-59-May 25, 1779: Bottom document. A stroud, pair of leggings, bag of pain and tobacco were issue to ? Dehon at Post Vincent. Names: Leonard Helm, Richard Brashear.

1302-2-60-61-May 27, 1779: Lieut. Richard Brashear order to Fort Patrick Henry commissary for 4 day provision for 30? men of Capt. John Williams. verso listed 210 pounds of beef and indian meal.

1303-2-62-63-May 29, 1779: Provision return for the troops at Fort Clark under the command of George Rogers Clark commencing the 25 and ending the 27 of May. Both days included 1779. Report prepared by James Robertson, quartermaster. George Rogers Clark initials. Report for companies: Field Staff; Captains: George, McCarty, Worthington, Williams, and Kellar. Rank and file included 7 wash women, 47 fit for duty, 2 confined, 2 drummers, and 2 fifers. Number of

1303-2-62-63-May 29, 1779-continued: commissioned officers, non-commissioned officers, and staff officers were given. total of 264 rations were issued.

1304-2-64-67-June 21, 1779: No. 27. Top document. Duplicate documents. Two week ration of salt for 2 men of Capt. Todd company at the Falls of Ohio. Names: James Fstr?

1305-2-64-67-May 25, 1779: Bottom document. Duplicate documents. R.? Winston at Kaskaskia certified he had engaged Paul Reome as pack horse master in the campaign against Post Vincent commanded by Col. Clark, who had given instructions to hire 67 or 68 men as pack horsemen. The men were served Feb. 2, 1779 to March 12, 1779. Verso of document was a voucher to the state of Virginia. Names: Antoine Brizas, Paul Buhome, Charles Granoit? Some payment was made in merchandize.

1306-2-68-70-1779: Top document. Duplicate fragments with incomplete words.

1307-2-68-70-May 25, 1779: Center document. Duplicate documents. George Rogers Clark order for 3 day provision for Joseph Lindsay, William May, John Hawkins and Isaac Bowman.

1308-2-68-70-May 25, 1779: Bottom document. Duplicate documents. George Rogers Clark signed document, which has ink blotches and is difficult to read. Edward Worthington certified he served 14 days for the country.

1309-2-71-72-May 20, 1779: Top document. Capt. John Williams request for 9 day ration for William Williams.

1310-2-71-72-May 22, 1779: Center document. Incomplete. reference to pack horse service. names: R.? Winston.

1311-2-71-72-May 20, 1779: Bottom document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order to Fort Patrick Henry quartermaster to give tobacco for men in Capt. Williams co.

1312-2-73-74-May 20, 1779: Top document. Capt. Robert George approved 6 day ration for 1 of Capt. John Williams men, who was going up the Ohio.

1313-2-73-74-May 20, 1779: Center document. Leonard Helm, superintendent of Indians at St. Vincent, requested the conductor of the stores to give tobacco to the indian interpreter for distribution to the indian tribes.

1314-2-73-74-May 20, 1779: Bottom document. George Rogers Clark order to Fort Clark commissary to provide 50 pounds of flour to Jacob Fsojate?

1315-2-75-76-May 20, 1779: Top document. Capt. Robert George request for 12 rations.

1316-2-75-76-May 20, 1779: Center document. Quartermaster James Robertson obtained 47 bushels of indian corn for use of the troops at Fort Clark from John Mead.

1317-2-75-76-May 21, 1779: Bottom document. Ration of beef and corn for 3 days. Names: James Robertson, ? Marney.

BOX 617-FOLDER 21

PAPERS JUNE 1-13, 1779

FRAME #77-222

174 different documents in Folder 21 filmed on 145 frames.

1318-2-78-79-June 12, 1779: Top document. A report of provision return for 7 Prisoners of War belonging to the Kings Regiment commencing the 12th June 1779 and ending the 14th. Both days inclusive. Prepared by Capt. John Williams. John Chapman was sergeant of the regiment and 1 prisoner was in the hospital.

1319-2-78-79-June 12, 1779: Bottom document. Report for provisions issued troops at Fort clark under command of Col. George Rogers Clark for 3 days beginning June 12, 1779. Report prepared by Commissary Marney. There were 16,324 rations issued. Companies receiving rations were the Field Staff and companies of Captains: George, Williams, Quirk, Evans, Shelby, Taylor, Worthington, Todd, Kelton? and McCarty. Number of persons in each company was given by Field Officers, Non-commissioned, and privates. There were a total of 274 persons including 20 wash women, 20 children, 3 sick, 2 bowman, 160 fit for duty, 2 fifers, 3 drummers, and 1 doctor. Names: John Reed.

1320-2-80-81-June 10, 1779: Top document. Provisions issued for 7 prisoners of war belonging to the Kings Regiment. John Chapman was sergeant of the regiment and 1 prisoner was in the hospital. Signed by George Rogers Clark.

1321-2-80-81-June 11, 1779: Center document. Provisions given 7 war prisoners belonging to the Kings Regiment for June 9-11, 1779. Signed by Capt. John Williams. John Chapman was sergeant of the regiment and 1 prisoner was in hospital.

1322-2-80-81-June 8, 1779: Bottom document. Provisions given 7 war prisoners belonging to

1322-2-80-81-June 8, 1779-continued: Kings Regiment for June 9-11, 1779. signed by Capt. John Williams. John Chapman was sergeant of regiment and 1 prisoner was in hospital.

1323-2-82-83-June 3, 1779: Top document. Provisions issued 6 [prisoners of war] belonging to a detachment of the Kings Regiment for Jun 3-5 1779 at Fort Clark. John Chapman was sergeant of the regiment and a carpenter and 1 other man were in the hospital. Signed by Capt. Robert George.

1324-2-82-83-June 12, 1779: Center document. Thomas McGee certified William Berg had worked as an axman for 1 month and 12 days at the rate of 5 shillings, which were to be drawn from the country store. Approved by George Rogers Clark. Payment was taken in thread and cloth.

1325-2-82-83-June 12, 1779: Bottom document. Thomas McGee certified Roger Doud? had worked as an axman for 1 month and 12 days at the rate of shillings per day and had been paid by thread and cloth. Approved by George Rogers Clark.

1326-2-84-85-June 10, 1779: Top document. John Montgomery instructed Fort Clark commissary to issued fat for Pat Coughron? to make soap for the troops.

1327-2-84-85-June 12, 1779: Center document. Capt. Thomas Quirk requested 3 day mess for 15 men.

1328-2-84-85-June 1, 1779: Bottom document. Capt. Robert George requested Shadrack Bond be

1328-2-84-85-June 1, 1779-continued: issued 1 gallon of oil for use of the Fort Clark artificers.

1329-2-86-87-June 1, 1779: Top document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order to Fort Patrick Henry commissary to give ration of beef and indian meal for 13 men commanded by Capt. [Richard] McCarty.

1330-2-86-87-June 5, 1779: Center document. George Rogers Clark certified Will Ligrag? had 35 days as an axman at Fort Clark and could draw his pay from the country store to purchase goods.

1331-2-86-87-June 5, 1779: Bottom document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order to Fort Patrick Henry commissary to provide 5 day ration of flour for 1 man of Capt. Williams company, who was going to Kaskaskia?

1332-2-88-89-June 5, 1779: Top document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order to Fort Patrick Henry commissary for 5 day flour ration for a man of Capt Williams co.

1333-2-88-89-June 8, 1779: Center document. Thomas McGee, artificer, requested 3 day provision for artificers. Approved by Capt. John Williams.

1334-2-88-89-June 4, 1779: Bottom document. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Clark Commissary to give 6 day provision to the bullock master.

1335-2-90-91-June 11, 1779: Top document. George Rogers Clark order to commissary to obtain

1335-2-90-91-June 11, 1779-continued: 2,000 pounds of flour from Joseph Lindsay.

1336-2-90-91-June 6, 1779: Center document. James Patten, commissary at Falls of Ohio, issued ? upon arrival of Capt. Harrod co. from the Shawnee expedition.

1337-2-90-91-June 13, 1779: Bottom document. Commissar Marney at Fort Clark receipt for 41 pounds of fresh pork obtained from Monsieur Bevinue. Names: Daniel Murray

1338-2-92-93-June 8, 1779: Top document. Capt. Robert George requested provision for 1 of his artillery men at Fort Clark.

1339-2-92-93-June 8, 1779: Center document. Three day provision for 2 men in Capt. Robert George Co. of Artillery at Fort Clark.

1340-2-92-93-June 6, 1779: Bottom document. Capt. Thomas Quirk order for rations for men of Col. Montgomery detachment.

1341-2-94-96-(No Date): Top document. Thomas McGee certified Abraham Cocks had served as an axman for 1 month and 5 days at Fort Clark. Approved by George Rogers Clark.

1342-2-94-96-June 2, 1779: Center document. Provision for 2 men for days. Names: Capt. Robert George

1343-2-94-96-June 8, 1779: Bottom document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order to Fort Patrick Henry commissary for 4 day provision for the sergeant major.

1344-2-97-98-June 5, 1779: Top document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order to Fort Patrick Henry commissary to given 4 day provision for 2 officers and 1 private.

1345-2-97-98-June 5, 1779: Bottom document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order to Fort Patrick Henry commissary for 4 day provision for 36 men of Capt. John Williams co.

1346-2-99-100-June 8, 1779: Top document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order to Fort Patrick Henry commissary for 3 day provision for Monsieur Dvouart? and Samuel Sill.

1347-2-99-100-June 2, 1779: Bottom document. Capt. John Evans order to Fort Clark commissary for provisions for Capt. and lieutenants?

1348-2-101-102-June 6, 1779: Top document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order to commissary for 3 day provisions for Monsieur Dvouant? and Samuel Sill.

1349-2-101-102-June 6, 1779: Center document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order to Fort Patrick Henry commissary for 4 day ration for 10 men in Capt. Kellar co.

1350-2-101-102-June 4, 1779: Bottom document. Capt. Edward Worthington order for 3 day ration

1350-2-101-102-June 4, 1779-continued: to Fort Clark commissary for bullock master.

1351-2-103-104-June 4, 1779: Top document. Capt. Edward Worthington order for 3 day provision for Capt. Wells mess for 4 officers and 1 attendant.

1352-2-103-104-No date: No. 60. Bottom document. Lieut. Richard Brashear authorization to provide tobacco for 10 men of Capt. Keller's company at Fort Patrick Henry.

1353-2-105-106-June 4, 1779: Col. John Montgomery report of provisions, officers and privates for 1 day. Names: Bowman, isaac Taylor.

1354-2-107-108-June 3, 1779: Top document. Capt. John Williams request for 3 day provision for 4 men.

1355-2-107-108-June 3, 1779: Center document. Capt. John Williams order to Fort Clark quartermaster for 3 day provision for William May, Joseph Lindsay, Henry Prater and Isaac Bowman.

1356-2-107-108-June 4, 1779: Bottom document. Capt. Abraham Kellar order to Fort Clark commissary for provisions for 13 men, who were going to Cahos.

1357-2-109-110-June 3, 1779: Top document. Capt. Thomas Quirk request for provisions for 3 captains, 2 lieutenants, commissaries, 3 bowman, 1 taylor, 2 wash

1357-2-109-110-June 3, 1779-continued: women and 2 wives?

1358-2-109-110-June 3, 1779: Center document. Capt. Thomas Quirk requested 1 day mess provision for 3 captains, 2 lieutenants, 2 commissaries, 3 bowman, wash women, and 1 artificer.

1359-2-109-110-June 3, 1779: Bottom document. Surgeon Cet Rey? requested 3 day provision for 13 men in the hospital.

1360-2-111-112-June 3, 1779: Top document. Capt. Robert George request to Fort Clark for 3 day provision for 5 men.

1361-2-111-112-June 5, 1779: Center document. Capt. Robert George request for 3 day provision for artificers. Names: Thomas McGee.

1362-2-111-112-June 3, 1779: Bottom document. Three day provision for a man in Capt. Robert George company.

1363-2-113-114-June 3, 1779: Top document. George Rogers Clark order for provisions for 5 men, who arrived on the barge.

1364-2-113-114-June 3, 1779: Center document. Report for 3 day provision for Capt. Quirk's company. Prepared by Lieut. Joseph Ramery? Provisions for 43 persons, including wash women, children, bowman, drummers, fifers. Document 1365-2-113-114-June 3, 1779: Bottom document. ensign Richard Clark requested 1 quart of oil for use of the arms of Capt. Worthington's company.

1366-2-115-116-June 5, 1779: Top document. Capt. John Evans request for 1 quart of oil for use of arms.

1367-2-115-116-June 3, 1779: Center document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order to commissary for 3 day provision for Samuel Sills and Monsieur Dvouart?

1368-2-115-116-June 3, 1779: Bottom document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order to Fort Patrick Henry commissary to allow the sergeant major to receive corn for Major Bowman's horse.

1369-2-117-118-June 3, 1779: Top document. Rations provided for officer mess of Capt. Lewis. Names: Capt. John Evans.

1370-2-117-118-June 2, 1779: Center document. Capt. Thomas Quirk request for butter for officers'mess.

1371-2-117-118-June 5, 1779: Bottom document. Capt. Thomas Quirk's receipt for 166 pounds currency from James Buchanan for provisions used by his company on its march to join Col. John Montgomery troops for Illinois. Verso dated April 28, 1779. James Roberts was paid 79 pounds, 10 shillings for wagon repairing, the magazine and taking care of country provisions for Col. Montgomery.

1372-2-119-120-June 2, 1779: Top document. Fort Patrick Henry gave mess kettle to Lieut. John Bailey.

1373-2-119-120-June 3, 1779: Second document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order to issue tobacco at Fort Patrick Henry to 13 men in Capt. McCarty company.

1374-2-119-120-June 2, 1779: Third document. Lieut. John Bailey requested tobacco for the men of his company at Fort Patrick Henry.

1375-2-119-120-June 3, 1779: Bottom document. Lieut. Richard Brashear requested tobacco be given to 36 men in Capt. Williams company at Fort Patrick Henry.

1376-2-121-June 2, 1779: Lieut. John Bailey order a kettle be issued for Capt. Williams company at Fort Patrick Henry.

1377-2-122-124-June 2, 1779: Two copies of same document. Report prepared by James Robertson for troop provisions at Fort Clark under command of Col. George Rogers Clark for May 31-June 2, 1779. Signed by George Rogers Clark. Provisions listed by company for Field, commissioned and staff Officers, and Rank and File for Field Staff and company captains: George, Quirk, Williams, Shelby, Todd, Taylor, Evins [Evans], McCarty, Worthington and Keller. total of 813 rations issued for 218. There were 162 fit for duty, 22 children, 20 wash women, 1 butcher, 7 gunners, 3 drummers, 3 fifers, 1 artificer, 1 confined and 1 surgeon. Other rank of officers are listed.

1378-2-125-126-June 17, 1779: Top document. Thomas Quirk requested provisions for 2 men in Col. Document 1378-2-125-126-June 17, 1779-continued: Montgomery's detachment.

1379-2-125-126-June 2, 1779: Bottom document. Bill of exchange for $280 for sundry articles supplied for the troops at Kaskaskia was sent to the Treasurer of Virginia or Oliver Pollock at New Orleans for payment due Monsieur L. Carboieueaux? Names: Thomas Quirk. Verso written in French.

1380-2-127-130-June 7, 1779: Top document. Two copies. Capt. ? Evans requested pound of butter for his mess.

1381-2-127-130-June 8, 1779: Center document. Two copies. Lieut. Richard Brashear order to Fort Patrick Henry commissary for 4 day ration of beef and indian meal for a carpenter.

1382-2-127-130-June 1, 1779: Bottom document. Two copies. Lieut. Richard Brashear order to Fort Patrick Henry commissary for 4 day provision of beef and indian meal for 38 men of Capt. John Williams company.

1383-2-131-134-June 1, 1779: Top document. Two copies. Capt. James Shelby requested butter for his mess.

1384-2-131-134-June 1, 1779: Center document. Written in French. Concerns the arrival of Col. George Rogers Clark at St. Vincent, Kaskaskia and a ramming of a canoe, which was repaired. Names: Will Shannon, Monsieur Charleville.

1385-2-131-134-June 1, 1779: Bottom document. Two copies. Lieut. Richard Brashear order to Fort Patrick Henry commissary for 4 day provision of beef and indian meal for 10 men of Capt. Keller's company.

1386-2-135-137-June 1779: Top document. Duplicate on all frames. Capt. Quirk request for 6 pounds of butter for officers' mess.

1387-2-135-137-June 1, 1779: Center document. Duplicate on all frames. Lieut. Richard Brashear order to Fort Patrick Henry commissary for 4 day provision of beef and indian meal for the sergeant major.

1388-2-135-137-June 1, 1779: Bottom document. Duplicate on all frames. Lieut. Richard Brashear order to Fort Patrick Henry commissary for 4 day provision for 2 officers and 1 private.

1389-2-138-139-June 1, 1779: Top document. George Rogers Clark approval to lend 100 pounds of flour from the company store to Monsieur Perault.

1390-2-138-139-June 1, 1779: Second document. Commissary Marney on order from George Rogers Clark delivered 50 pounds of beef and 45 pounds of pork to Col. Todd. Names: Richard Winston.

1391-2-140-141-June 3, 1779: No. 59. Top document. Samuel Sills was issued powder and ball at St. Vincent. Names: Lieut. Richard Brashear, Leonard Helm.

1392-2-140-141-June 7, 1779: No. 61. Center document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order to Fort Patrick Henry Quarter Master to issue powder and lead to John Bayley of Capt. John Williams Company, who was going to Kaskaskia.

1393-2-140-141-June 7, 1779No. 62. Bottom document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order to Fort Patrick Henry to issue powder to John Bayley of Capt. Williams Company, who was going to Kaskaskia.

1394-2-142-143-June 9, 1779: Top document. W. Morris, a cooper, was paid 60 pounds for 4 kegs for use of the troops going on an expedition to Detroit. Names: Patt Kennedy.

1395-2-142-143-June 7, 1799Second document. Francis Turorat? signed by his mark for 50 pounds bounty money for serving as a soldier in any company from June 7, 1779 for 1 year. Names: Capt. Charles? Worthington, Capt. John Williams.

1396-2-144-146-June 3, 1779: Duplicate copies of same document. Report for provisions issued by the troops commanded by Col. George Rogers Clark at Fort Clark for June 3-5, 1779. Prepared by James Robertson. Report indicates number of rations issued to companies and by rank. Companies listed were Field Staff and for captains: George, Todd, Quirk, Williams, Worthington, Tailor, Shelby, Evins, McCarty and Keller. Categories by rank were Field Officers, non-commissioned officers, commissioned officers and rank and file. There were 9 ensigns, 1 surgeon, 3 drummers, 3 fifers, 7 gunners, 1 artificer, 1 butcher, and 22 wash women. There were 148 fit for duty.

1397-2-147-148-June 8, 1779: Top document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order to Fort Patrick Henry Commissary to issue provisions for 4 men of Capt. Worthington company and 1 of Lieut. Richard Brashear's men.

1398-2-147-148-June 6, 1779: Bottom document. Capt. Robert George order for 3 day provisions for 2 men in his company.

1399-2-149-150-June 7, 1779: Top document. Listed as faded. Capt. Robert George order for provisions for his men.

1400-2-149-150-June 7, 1779: No. 42. Bottom document. Casper Butcher was paid 10 pounds for ferry? service from Cripple Creek to the Great James. Names: James Buchanan, Capt. James Newall?, Capt. John Montgomery, Capt. Isaac Taylor. Reference for expedition to Illinois.

1401-2-151-152-June 6, 1779: Top document. Report of provisions issued for 7 men of Capt. James Shelby company.

1402-2-151-152-June 6, 1779: Bottom document. Faded. Order for 3 day provision for 2 negroes in the Pidgeon House. Reference to Col. Clark and Robert D. Clark?

1403-2-153-154-June 7, 1779: Top document. Capt. Robert George request for 6 day provision for 2 ax men.

1404-2-153-154-June 7, 1779: Center document. Reference to 2 state of Virginia horses and Isaac Bowman, horse master at Kaskaskia. Names: John Todd, Jr.

1405-2-153-154-June 7, 1779: Bottom document. Ration for 5 day provision for 1 man of Col.

1405-2-153-154-June 7, 1779-continued: Montgomery company. Names: John Todd, Jr.

1406-2-155-157-June 7, 1779: Top document. Two copies of document. Surgeon Rell? requested 3 pounds of salt at Fort Clark.

1407-2-155-157-June 7, 1779: Center document. Two copies of document. Capt. John Williams requested 15 pounds of butter and 1 gallon of salt.

1408-2-155-157-June 8, 1779: Bottom document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order for 13 day provision for Capt. Richard McCarty company at Fort Patrick Henry.

1409-2-158-159-June 8, 1779: Bill of exchange for 1537 livres payable to Monsieur Challwith for service given the state of Virginia at Fort Clark. Names: George Rogers Clark, Patt Kennedy.

1410-2-160-161-June 8, 1779: Top document. Duplicates. Capt. Richard McCarty of the Illinois Battalion certified some of his men had not received provisions.

1411-2-160-161-June 7, 1779: Bottom document. Duplicates. Capt. John Williams instructions to issue 100 pounds of flour to Monsieur Dalton to replace that supplied to the troops under his command for expedition from the Falls of Ohio to Fort Clark in the state of Virginia.

1412-2-162-163-June 8, 1779: Top document. Duplicates. Written in French. Both faded.

1412-2-162-163-June 8, 1779-continued: Reference to commissary. Names: Capt. Richard McCarty.

1413-2-162-163-No date: Bottom document. Duplicate. Only message was 70 pounds of flour.

1414-2-164-165-June 8, 1779: Top document. Report for 7 rations for Capt. James Shelby's men.

1415-2-164-165-June 8, 1779: Bottom document. Capt. John Williams request for 24 rations for 4 officers and 2 negroes.

1416-2-166-167-June 8, 1779: Top document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order for grape shot, powder, and cartridges for the gunner at Fort Patrick Henry. Names: Eben Crane.

1417-2-166-167-June 9, 1779: Center document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order to Fort Patrick Henry Commissary to issue 4 day provision for the sergeant major.

1418-2-166-167-June 9, 1779: Bottom document. Capt. John Williams order for 10 day rations for Monsieur Linsey and 2 men.

1419-2-168-169-June 9, 1779: Top document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order to Fort Patrick Henry Commissary for 4 day provision for 10 men of Capt. Keller's co.

1420-2-168-169-June 9, 1779: Center document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order to Fort Patrick Henry commissary for 3 day provision for 2 officers and 1 private.

1421-2-168-169-June 8, 1779: Bottom document. Capt. Edward Worthington request for 2 day provision for 4 men of his co. Names: William Bentley.

1422-2-170-171-June 8, 1779: Top document. Rope was given to Edward Daugherty for use of the commissary ? Marney.

1423-2-170-171-June 8, 1779: Center document. Capt. Robert George order to commissary for 3 day provision for 10 men of his company.

1424-2-170-171-June 10, 1779: Bottom document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order to commissary to provide 4 day ration for Monsieur Drouart and James Sills.

1425-2-172-174-June 8, 1779: No. 6. Written in French. Accounting of horses delivered at Cahos to William Shannon and Thomas Brady for the Illinois Expedition. Listed are the number and color of horses and the name of the person selling or providing the horses. Names: Charles Charleville, Clement Halary, George Blein, Jos Velvge, Gabriel Barons, S. Jean, Roiac Accadiens, ? Bourassa, ? Chalhel, ? Fasmandy, Charles Buteau, ? Quinel, Fr. Frolies, Joseph Cessire, M. Sabroiz, J. B. Dubuc, Monsieur Touransault, Louis Butsenet?, Andre Bis(ink spot), M. Picard, M. Dameror, M. des Chaine, L. Chacelliev, M. Labropse, Madam Convalle, and Mr. Lardise.

1426-2-175-176-June 7, 1779: Top document. Michael (no last name) signed his mark indicating he Document 1426-2-175-176-June 7, 1779-continued. had received a bounty of $50.00 to serve a year. Names: Capt. Edward Worthington, John Williams.

1427-2-175-176-June 9, 1779: Bottom document. George Rogers Clark signed authorization for Fort Patrick Henry store conductor to give ammunition to the Chippewa Indians, who were returning to Detroit. Names: Leonard Helm.

1428-2-177-178-June 9, 1779: Top document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order to Fort Patrick Henry commissary to issue 4 day provision for 1 carpenter.

1429-2-177-178-June 9, 1779: Center document. Capt. Shelby order to commissary to provide 4 day provision to his soldiers.

1430-2-177-178-June 9, 1779: Bottom document. Listed as faded. Capt. Robert George order for 3 day provision for 2 men of his company at Fort Clark.

1431-2-179-180-June 9, 1779: Top document. Lieut. Richard Brashear request for 6 day provision for 1 officer.

1432-2-179-180-June 9, 1779: Center document. Richard Harrison request for Fort Clark commissary to provide provision for 4 men at Fort Clark.

1433-2-179-180-June 9, 1779: Bottom document. George Rogers Clark order to commissary to issue 2 day provision to Moses Henry.

1434-2-181-182-June 9, 1779: Top document. Capt. Robert George order for 3 day provision for 1 man of his company of artillery at Fort Clark.

1435-2-181-182-June 9, 1779: Bottom document. Written in French. Provisions were issued to Capt. Richard McCarty co. at Kaskaskia. Signed by George Rogers Clark. Names: ? Pirault.

1436-2-183-184-June 9, 1779: Top document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order to Fort Patrick Henry commissary for 4 day provision for 36 men of Capt. John Williams company.

1437-2-183-184-June 9, 1779: Center document. Capt. Robert Todd order for 3 day provision for Joseph Lindsay, William May, John Hawkins, Isaac Bowman and Henry Prater.

1438-2-183-184-June 9, 1779: Bottom document. Capt. James Shelby requested mess provision for 7 officers of his company.

1439-2-185-186-June 9, 1779: Top document. Monsieur Charleville provided 57 pounds of flour and 20 pounds of fitch? and indian meal to Patt Kennedy for use of Virginia at Fort Clark.

1440-2-185-186-June 9, 1779: Center document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order to Fort Patrick Henry commissary to issue 4 day provision for 4 men of Capt. Worthington company.

1441-2-185-186-June 9, 1779: Bottom document. Faded. James Shelby requested provisions.

1442-2-187-188-June 9, 1779: Top document. Four day provision issued to interpreter Jocko. Names: Lieut. Richard Brashear, Leonard Helm.

1443-2-187-188-June 9, 1779: Center document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order to Fort Patrick Henry commissary to issue 4 day provision for 14 men of Capt. Richard McCarty co.

1444-2-187-188-June 11, 1779: Bottom document. George Rogers Clark order to Fort Clark commissary to issue 4 day provision for 3 men of the staff.

1445-2-189-190-June 10, 1779: Top document. George Rogers Clark order to Fort Clark quarter master to provide unnamed bearer 1 bushel of corn for horses belonging to the state of Virginia. Verso has reference to "hospitall."

1446-2-189-190-June 10, 1779: Center document. Capt. Robert Todd order to Fort Clark Quarter master to issue half a gallon of oil for use of men in his co.

1447-2-189-190-June 10, 1779: Bottom document. Capt. Thomas Quirk requested 20 pounds of butter for his mess.

1448-2-191-192-June 10, 1779: Top document. George Rogers Clark order for 10 day provision.

1449-2-191-192-June 10, 1779: Center document. William Shannon order to Fort Clark commissary to give provisions to Danniel Coil, who was taking care of the country's horses for 3 days.

1450-2-191-192-June 10, 1779: Bottom document. Capt. Thomas Quirk request for 1 day provision of flour for his mess.

1451-2-193-194-June 10, 1779: Top document. John Montgomery order for 20 pounds of butter for the mess of John Reid.

1452-2-193-194-June 10,1779: Center document. Very faded. Capt. Brashear order for 2 day provision for 7 men of the Colonel's mess.

1453-2-193-194-June 11, 1779: Bottom document. Capt. John Williams order for provisions for 4 officers, 2 men and 2 negroes for 3 days.

1454-2-195-196-June 11, 1779: Top document. Capt. John Williams order for 1 day provision for 4 men of his company at Fort Clark.

1455-2-195-196-June 11, 1779: Center document. Patt Kennedy was issued 42 pounds of tallow by Fort Clark commissary for purpose of making soap for the troops.

1456-2-195-196-June 11, 1779: Bottom document. John Marney, Fort Clark commissary, gave 8 barrels containing 1,977 pounds of flour to agent Joseph Lindsay.

1457-2-197-199-June 11, 1779: Top document. Duplicates. Capt. John Williams order for 3 day provision for 12 artificers. Names: Thomas McGee, Head Artificer.

1458-2-197-199-June 11, 1779: Second document. Duplicates. Patt Kennedy obtained indian meal from Monsieur charleville for use of the troops stationed at Fort Clark.

1459-2-197-199-June 12, 1779: Third document. Duplicates. Capt. John Williams request for 24 rations for use of 4 officers, 2 men and 2 negroes in his mess.

1460-2-197-199-June 11, 1779: Bottom document. Duplicates. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Clark commissary to issue half a gallon of oil for use of his company of artillery.

1461-2-200-201-June 12, 1779: Top document. Capt. Robert George order to commissary to provide 3 day ration for 10 men in his company.

1462-2-200-201-June 11, 1779: Second document. Lieut. John Girault request to commissary for 1 day ration for 3 men in Capt. McCarty company.

1463-2-200-201-June 11, 1779: Third document. Thomas Quirk order for 5 day ration for 1 man of Col. Montgomery 's detachment.

1464-2-200-201-June 11, 1779: Bottom document. John Todd order to commissary to provide 10

1464-2-200-201-June 11, 1779-continued: pounds of beef to the bearer of the note.

1465-2-202-203-June 12, 1779: Top document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order to commissary to issue 4 day provision to Samuel Sills secretary.

1466-2-202-203-June 11, 1779: Center document. George Rogers Clark order to Fort Clark commissary to issue 6 day provision to the bullock master.

1467-2-202-203-June 11, 1779: Bottom document. Capt. John Williams order for 2 day provision for 1 man in his company.

1468-2-204-205-June 11, 1779: Top document. George Rogers Clark order to Fort Clark commissary to provide 5 day provision for 5 men of Capt. Linctot co.

1469-2-204-205-June 12, 1779: Bottom document. John Marney received 700 pounds of flour from Major Bowman for use of the state of Virginia. The miller was paid in goods.

1470-2-206-207-June 12, 1779: Top document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order to commissary to issue 3 day provisions to S. Sills, ? Dumise? and M. Dvorant?

1471-2-206-207-June 12, 1779: Center document. James Shaw received beef and pork from J. Bohanan for hauling services for the Illinois Expedition. Names: Thomas

1471-2-206-207-June 12, 1779-continued: Wilson, John Price.

1472-2-206-207-June 13, 1779: Bottom document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order to Fort Patrick Henry commissary to issue 4 day rations for 36 men of Capt. John Williams co.

1473-2-208-209-June 12, 1779: Top document. Microfilmer listed as faded. Capt. Robert George order for 15 rations for a woman in his company.

1474-2-208-209-June 13, 1779: Center document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order to Fort Patrick Henry commissary to issue 1 pound of butter for officers.

1475-2-208-209-June 13, 1779: Bottom document. Richard Brashear order to Fort Patrick Henry commissary to issue 1 day provision to Casper?

1476-2-210-211-June 13, 1779: Top document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order to Fort Patrick Henry commissary fore 4 day provision for 10 men of Capt. Keller's company.

1477-2-210-211-June 13, 1779: Second document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order to Fort Patrick Henry commissary for 4 day provisions for 1 private and 2 officers.

1478-2-210-211-June 13, 1779: Third document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order to Fort Patrick Henry commissary for 4 day provision for 4 men of Capt.

1478-2-210-211-June 13, 1779-continued: Worthington's company.

1479-2-210-211-June 13, 1779: Bottom document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order to Fort Patrick Henry Commissary to provide 4 day provision for 14 men of Capt. McCarty company.

1480-2-212-213-June 13, 1779: Top document. Capt. Thomas Quirk request for 2 day provisions for 14 persons of his mess.

1481-2-212-213-June 13, 1779: Center document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order to Fort Patrick Henry commissary to issue 4 day provisions to Sergeant Magenl.

1482-2-212-213-June 12, 1779: Bottom document. Capt. James Shelby request for 3 day provisions for 2 captains, 3 lieutenants, 1 engineer and 1 quarter master.

1483-2-214 -215-June 13, 1779: Top document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order to commissary to issue 4 day provisions to M. Dvorent? and Jacob Dumie?

1484-2-214-215-June 13, 1779: Second document. Written in French. Negi Rafhery? request for provisions at Fort Patrick Henry.

1485-2-214-215-June 1, 1779: Bottom document. George Rogers Clark request for Bill of Exchange for $ 800 from Oliver Pollock of New Orleans or the Treasurer of Virginia for payment to Monsieur Pourve? for sundries provided for

1485-2-214-215-June 1, 1779-continued: use of the troops at Kaskaskia.

1486-2-216-217-June 2, 1779: Top document. George Rogers Clark Bill of Exchange for $483 to Oliver Pollock of New Orleans or the Treasurer of Virginia for payment to Monsieur Pouree for sundries provided for use of the troops at Kaskaskia.

1487-2-216-217-June 6, 1779: Bottom document. Accounting of provisions for the troops stationed at Fort clark for 3 days under the command of Col. George Rogers Clark. Prepared by quarter master John Reid and Capt. John Montgomery. The report was for the companies of Field and Staff, and captains: George, Williams, Quirk, Evans, Shelby, Taylor, Worthington, Todd, Keller and McCarty. Rations were provided to 274 persons including 20 wash women, 22 children, 2 bowmen, 2 ensigns, 3 drummers, 2 fifers, 1 adjutant, 3 sick soldiers and others.

1488-2-218-June 9, 1779: Account of rations for troops stationed at Fort Clark for 3 days under the command of Col. George Rogers Clark. Provisions were given to 174 persons including 20 wash women, 24 children, 1 doctor, 2 ensign 3 sick soldiers and others. Report prepared by John Reid, quartermaster and Capt. John Montgomery.

1489-2-219-220-August 6, 1778: Top document. Date appears to be out of order. Faded writing. Two copies of same document.

1490-2-219-220-June 12, 1779: Bottom document. Duplicates. Quartermaster John Reid certified Pere Charleville brought 2 loads of wood to Fort Clark for use of the troops.

1491-2-221-222-June 8, 1779: Top document. Faded ink. Two copies of document. Written in French. Reference to Expedition to Illinois Country and Kaskaskia. Names: Lafont.

1492-2-221-222-No date: Bottom document. Duplicated. Fragment of some French words.

BOX 617-FOLDER 22

PAPERS-JUNE 13-23, 1779

FRAME #223-386

178 documents in Folder 22 filmed on 162 frames.

1493-2-224-225-June 13, 1779: No. 102. Top document. Conductor of Stores gave powder, lead and 150 gun flints to Lieut. Abraham Chaplin for use for the expedition to White River against the Delaware Indians. Names: Leonard Helm, Rich Brussian?

1494-2-224-225-June 20, 1779: Center document. Written in French. Capt. Richard McCarty certified paying Monsieur Gilbaut Vengt for volunteering to Cahos. Names: Father Gibault.

1495-2-224-225-June 6, 1779: No. 16. Bottom document. George Rogers Clark Bill of Exchange for $200 to Treasurer of Virginia to pay Madame Rocheblau for sundry items supplied for use of troops at Fort Clark. Verso written in French. Dates of March 21, 1780 is given. "Accepted to be discharged in tobacco at twenty five shillings. Names: Lamont Athan?, W. Gefferson?

1496-2-226-227-June 15, 1779: Top document. Capt. John Williams order for 3 day provision for 7 prisoners of war belonging to the Kings Regiment for June 15 -

1496-2-226-227-June 15, 1779-continued: 17, 1779. John Chapman was listed as sergeant for the Kings Regiment and 1 prisoner was in the hospital.

1497-2-226-227-June 21, 1779: Bottom document. George Rogers Clark order for 3 day provision for 7 prisoners of War belonging to the Kings Regiment for June 21-23, 1779. John Chapman was sergeant of the Kings Regiment and 1 prisoner in the hospital.

1498-2-228-229-June 22, 1779: Report of provisions issued for the troops at Fort Clark under command of George Rogers Clark for June 22-24, 1779. Signed by George Rogers Clark and Quarter master James Robertson. Number of provisions issued for Field Staff and for captains: George, Williams, Worthington, Keller, and McCarty. There were 72 persons issued a total of 291 rations. There were 7 wash women, 8 gunners, 2 artificers, 3 confined, 45 fit for duty, 1 surgeon, 2 drummer and 2 fifers.

1499-2-230-June 15, 1779: Report of 3 day provision issued for June 15-17, 1779 for troops stationed at Fort Clark under command of George Rogers Clark. Prepared and signed by quarter master John Robertson and George Rogers Clark. Report covered Field Staff and troops of Captains: George, Williams, Quirk, Evans, Shelby, Todd, Taylor, Worthington, McCarty and Kellar. There were 825 rations issued for 275 persons, including 21 wash women, 21 children, 2 bowmen, 3 drummers, 2 fifers, 3 ensigns, 1 doctor, 3 commissary. There were 150 fit for service.

1500-2-231-June 10, 1779: Report of 3 day provision issued for June 10-12, 1779 for troops at Fort Clark under command of George Rogers Clark. Prepared and signed by quarter master John Reid and George Rogers Clark. There were 250 rations issued for Field Staff and troops of Captains: George, Williams, Todd, McCarty, Keller, Quirk, Evans, Taylor, Shelby and Worthington. There were 22 wash women, 23 children, 3

1500-2-231-June 10, 1779: bowmen, 159 rank and file, 1 doctor, 1 conductor of stores, 2 ensigns, 3 drummers, 1 fifer, 3 commissaries, 1 doctor and others.

1501-2-232-233 -June 21, 1779: Report of 3 day provision for June 21-23, 1779 issued for troops at Fort Clark under command of George Rogers Clark. Prepared and signed by quarter master John Reid and George Rogers Clark. There were 255 rations issued for Field and Staff and troops of Captains: George, Williams, Todd, Quirk, McCarty, Shelby, Taylor, Keller, Worthington and Evans. There were 22 wash women, 23 children, 3 bowmen, 1 doctor, 2 ensigns, 3 drummers, 1 fifer and other commissioned officers, staff officers, non commissioned officers and privates.

1502-2-234-235-June 14, 1779: Top document. John Roberts order for 1 day provision for 2 negroes.

1503-2-234-235-June 16, 1779: Center document. Capt. Robert George order for 2 day ration of flour for his mess consisting of 10 persons at Fort Clark.

1504-2-234-235-June 4, 1779: Bottom document. Capt. Isaac? Taylor received 166 pounds and 6 shillings from James Buchanan for traveling expenses on his march to join Capt. Montgomery troops. Others receiving money were William Alms, Thomas Jamison, Capt. Quirk. some written portions of the document have been scratched out by ink.

1505-2-236-239-June 15, 1779: Top document. Two copies of same document. Capt. John Williams order for 3 day provision for Isaac Bowman, John Hawkins at Fort Clark.

1506-2-236-239-June 16, 1779: Second document. Two copies of document. Quarter master [at Fort Clark] issued 2 bushels of corn to Isaac Bowman for the pack horses.

1507-2-236-239-June 14, 1779: Third document. Capt. Thomas Quirk requested 2 day provision for his mess.

1508-2-236-239-June 17, 1779: Bottom document. Isaac Bowman requested quarter master at [Fort Clark] to give 2 bushels of corn for the pack horses.

1509-2-240-241-June 16, 1779: Top document. Patt Kennedy request to Fort Clark quarter master to issue 1 bushel of corn to the bullock master for his horse.

1510-2-240-241-June 14, 1779: Second document. George Rogers Clark order for 3 day provisions for artificers. Names: John Williams, Thomas McGee.

1511-2-240-241-June 15, 1779: Third document. Surgeon Rell? request for provisions for sick men in hospital.

1512-2-240-241-June 15, 1779: Bottom document. John Montgomery request for 1 day provision for 1 man of Capt. Shelby's company.

1513-2-242-243-June 15, 1779: No. 106. Top document. Leonard Helm order to Fort Patrick Henry conductor of stores to give paint, a shirt and 1 stroud to the

1513-2-242-243-June 15, 1779-continued: Pittantina Indians.

1514-2-242-243-June 15, 1779: Bottom document. Written in French. Names: Thomas Brady, ? Lepon?

1515-2-244-245-June 15, 1779: Top document. George Rogers Clark order to Fort Clark commissary to issue provisions for mess of Major Bowman.

1516-2-244-245-June 15, 1779: Center document. Capt. Thomas Quirk request for 3 day provision for 5 persons of his mess.

1517-2-244-245-June 15, 1779: Bottom document. John Montgomery order to Fort Clark commissary to issue 6 day provisions to Monsieur Lacnox and Monsieur Papan.

1518-2-246-247-June 15, 1779: Top document. Capt. Robert George request for 3 day provision for 2 men of his company. George Rogers Clark initials.

1519-2-246-247-June 15, 1779: Second document. Capt. John Evans? request for 3 day provision for 1 man of his company at Fort Clark.

1520-2-246-247-June 15, 1779: Bottom document. Capt. John Williams order to commissary for 3 day provision for John Cocan?

1521-2-248-249-June 15, 1779: Top document. Capt. Robert George order for commissary to issue 3 day provision for 10 men of his mess. Names: ? Cutcher?

1522-2-248-249-June 15, 1779: Center document. Capt. John Montgomery order to Fort Clark commissary to issue 6 day provisions to Thomas Brady.

1523-2-248-249-June 15, 1779: Bottom document. Capt. John Williams order for 3 day provisions for 4 officers, 2 men and 8 negroes.

1524-2-250-252-June 15, 1779: Top document. Two copies of same document. Capt. John Williams order for 3 day provision for 2 men of his company.

1525-2-250-252-June 15, 1779: Center document. Two copies of same document. Capt. Robert George order for 3 day provisions for 3 men.

1526-2-250-252-June 15, 1779: Bottom document. Two copies of same document. Capt. Shelby order for rations for a captain, Lieutenant, ensign and artificer.

1527-2-253-254-June 15, 1779: Top document. An order at Fort Clark for 1 day provision for 2 negroes in the Pidgon House. Cannot identify signature of Captain requesting provisions due to ink spot.

1528-2-253-254-June 16, 1779: Bottom document. Quarter master John Reid received 1 large tent with standards and ridge poles from Fort Clark conductor of stores.

1529-2-255-256-June 15, 1779: Top document. George Rogers Clark order to Fort Clark commissary to issue 6 days provision to the bullock master.

1530-2-255-256-June 15, 1779: Center document. Capt. Abraham Keller order to Fort Clark commissary to issue 4 day provision for himself.

1531-2-255-256-June 15, 1779: Bottom document. Lieut. Anthony Crothers? requested 3 day provisions for Capt. Evans mess consisting of 1 capt. 2 lieutenants, and 1 quarter master.

1532-2-257-258-June 16, 1779: Top document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order to Fort Patrick Henry to issue 125 pounds of flour, 245 pounds of beef, 428 pounds of corn meal and 2 gallons of salt for Lieut. Bailey, who was going on an expedition.

1533-2-257-258-June 17, 1779: Center document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order to Fort Patrick Henry commissary to give 4 day provisions for 7 men of Capt. Kellar's company.

1534-2-257-258-June 17, 1779: Bottom document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order to Fort Patrick Henry commissary to give 4 day provision for 8 men of Capt. McCarty company.

1535-2-259-260-June 17, 1779: Top document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order to Fort Patrick Henry commissary to issue 4 day provisions to 2 officers.

1536-2-259-260-June 17, 1779: Center document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order to Fort Patrick Henry commissary to issue 4 day provision for 2 men of Capt. Worthington company.

1537-2-259-260-June 17, 1779: Bottom document. Capt. John Williams order for 3 day provision for 3 axmen at Fort Clark.

1538-2-261-262-June 17, 1779: Top document. Capt. Jesse Evans order at Fort Clark for 6 day provision of flour for 2 men. Names: George Rogers Clark.

1539-2-261-262-June 17, 1779: Center document. Capt. Shelby request for 3 day provision for 7 men at Fort Clark, who were going north.

1540-2-261-262-June 17, 1779: Bottom document. Capt. John Williams requested 4 day provision for Capt. Worthington detachment of six men.

1541-2-263-264-June 17. 1779: Top document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order to Fort Patrick Henry commissary for 4 day provision for 18 men of Capt. John Williams company.

1542-2-263-264-June 18, 1779: Center document. Horse master J. Bowman requested the master sergeant to give 2 bushels of corn to the pack horse men for feeding the country's horses.

1543-2-263-264-June 19, 1779: Bottom document. Leonard Helm order to commissary to issue 3 day provision to Francois Baroit, Antoine Chene, and Antoine Richarville, who were employed as spies by the states.

1544-2-265-266-June 17, 1779: Top document. William Shannon instructed horse master to give 1 of the country horses to Mr. Jos London.

1545-2-265-266-June 17, 1779: Center document. Jos London or Saunder's receipt for horse given by Isaac Bowman.

1546-2-265-266-June 17, 1779: Bottom document. Patt Kennedy received from W. Marney beef and flour in lieu of his ration.

1547-2-267-268-June 17, 1799: Top document. Capt. John Williams order to commissary to issue oil for use of his mess.

1548-2-267-268-June 19, 1779: Bottom document. Richard Brashear order to commissary to provide 3 day provision to Monsieuer Dumee and Monsieur Droiant, who were indian interpreters.

1549-2-269-270-June 17, 1779: Capt. John Williams order to Fort Clark commissary to issue 1 quart of oil for use of the arms belonging to his company.

1550-2-271-272-June 18, 1779: Top document. Capt. John Williams at Fort Clark Headquarters

1550-2-271-272-June 18, 1779-continued: requested 3 day provision for Isaac Bowman and John Hawkins.

1551-2-271-272-June 18, 1779: Center document. George Rogers Clark at Fort Clark order to issue 6 day provision for 5 men of Capt. James Shelby.

1552-2-271-272-June 18, 1779: Bottom document. Listed as faded. Surgeon Rell order for 3 day ration for 15 sick men in the hospital.

1553-2-273-274-June 18, 1779: Top document. Jos Bowman, horse master, requested quarter master to give 2 bushels of corn.

1554-2-273-274-June 18, 1779: Center document. Capt. Robert George order at Fort Clark for 3 day provisions for 2 artificers in Capt. George company.

1555-2-273-274-June 18, 1779: Bottom document. Capt. James Shelby request for 3 day mess provision for 1 capt., 1 lieut., 1 ensign and 1 assistant?

1556-2-275-276-June 18, 1779: Top document. John Montgomery order for 6 day provision of flour for 6 day provision of flour for 4 men of his mess, who were to make biscuits for the expedition.

1557-2-275-276-June 19, 1779 Center document. J. Bowman, horse master, requested 2 bushels of corn for pack horse men to feed the country's horses.

1558-2-275-276-June 20, 1779: Bottom document. Very faded. Capt. John Williams requested provisions for artificers.

1559-2-277-278-June 19, 1779: No. 63. Top document. Leonard Helm order to Fort Vincent conductor of stores for powder, ball and paint for 2 Ottawa Indians, who were on their way to Miami.

1560-2-277-278-June 19, 1779: No. 76. Bottom document. Richard Brashear order to Fort Patrick Henry conductor of public stores to provide 12 shirts to 12 men of Capt. Simms company of volunteers from the Falls of Ohio.

1561-2-279-280-June 18, 1779: Top document. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Clark commissary to issue 3 day provisions for 11 men of Capt. George mess.

1562-2-279-280-June 18, 1779: Bottom document. Ration of flour for 6 days for 1 capt., 4 lieut. and 1 private. Names: Capt. Isaac Taylor, George Rogers Clark.

1563-2-281-283-June 18, 1779: Top document. Two copies. Isaac Bowman, horse master, requested quarter master sergeant for 2 bushels of corn for pack horse men.

1564-2-281-283-June 21, 1779: Center document. Two copies. Lieut. Richard Brashear order for 4 day provision for 2 men of Capt. Worthington's company.

1565-2-281-283-June 18, 1779: Bottom document. Two copies. Jos Bowman order to Fort Clark

1565-2-281-283-June 18, 1779-continued: commissary for 20 pounds of beef for Major Bowman's mess.

1566-2-284-285-June 21, 1779: Top document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order for 4 day provisions for 2 officers at Fort Patrick Henry.

1567-2-284-285-June 21, 1779: Center document. Very faded. Leonard Helm order to St. Vincent commissary for 3 day provisions for 3 spies employed by the state.

1568-2-284-285-June 18, 1779: Bottom document. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Clark commissary for 25 day ration of flour and beef for the beaxes?. Names: ? Mcruther?

1569-2-286-287-June 20, 1779: Top document. Patt Kennedy purchased 1 cow from Monsieur Barbeau for use of the troops at Fort Clark.

1570-2-286-287-June 20, 1779: Bottom document. George Rogers Clark order for 5 day provisions for 1 of his men, who was going to Fort Vincent.

1571-2-288-290-June 20, 1779: Duplicate document. Isaac Taylor and Ichabod Camp appraised 1 cannon of William Brockess to be worth 45 pounds. The cannon was to be used by the Illinois Regiment, which was going to Post Vincent. Payment was approved by Capt. John Montgomery.

1572-2-291-293-May 4, 1779: Top document. Two copies. Fort Clark Commissary issued a half bushel of salt to Mr. Sipes, which was charged to his account on

1572-2-291-293-May 4, 1779-continued: June 20, 1779. Names: George Rogers Clark, Mr. Crontchen.

1573-2-291-293-June 20, 1779: Center document. Two copies. Samuel Sills and George Rogers Clark certified J. B. Vaudry, indian interpreter has furnished flour to the state of Virginia and Capt. Helms of St. Vincent had promised to return the same.

1574-2-291-293-June 20, 1779: Bottom document. Two copies. Capt. John Williams order for 3 day provision for 3 axmen.

1575-2-294-295-June 19, 1779: Top document. Capt. Isaac Taylor requested 3 day provision for 7 persons of James Buchanan mess.

1576-2-294-295-June 17, 1779: Center document. Richard Brashear order to commissary for 4 day provision for Samuel Sill, secretary.

1577-2-294-295-June 20, 1779: Bottom document. John Montgomery requested 1 gallon of oil.

1578-2-296-297-June 19, 1779: Top document. Written in French. Provision of beef given to Monsieur Cornoye? at St. Vincent. Names: Capt. Helm, Samuel Sills, secretary, and Joseph Bowman.

1579-2-296-297-June 20, 1779: Center document. Commissary issued flour to Samuel Sills. Names: Capt. John Williams.

1580-2-296-297-June 20, 1779: Bottom document. Surgeon Rell order for quarter master to issue 1 day provision for 15 sick men

1581-2-298-299-June 20, 1779: Top document. Joseph Bowman, horse master, requested 2 bushels of corn for pack horse men.

1582-2-298-299-June 18, 1779: Center document. Written in French. Capt. Richard McCarty of Illinois Battalion authorized 42 provisions for Capt. Richard McCarty company.

1583-2-298-299-June 19, 1799: Bottom document. Fort Clark Conductor issued 2 complete tents. Names: James Kinkeact?. Capt. James shelby.

1584-2-300-301-June 19 1779: Top document. Fort Clark commissary issued 6 rations of flour and beef to Capt. Abraham Keller. Signed by George Rogers Clark.

1585-2-300-301-June 17, 1779: Bottom document. Bateau master authorized 3 day provision for 2 artificers at Fort Clark.

1586-2-302-303-June 18, 1779: No. 30. George Rogers Clark at Fort Clark authorized and certified to commonwealth of [Virginia] for payment to Henry Crutchen, who was a clerk. Names: Capt. Robert Todd, Col. John Montgomery detachment.

1587-2-304-305-June 22, 1779: Top document. Fort Clark quarter master John Reid paid $5.00 to

1587-2-304-305-June 22, 1779-continued: Monsieur Batfis Charlovil for 1 empty barrel, which was to be used by the troops. Verso listed 405 pounds of flour, 236 pounds of beef, 400 pounds of meal, and 167 pounds of pork.

1588-2-304-305-June 21, 1779: Center document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order to Fort Patrick Henry commissary for 4 day provision for 19 men of Capt. John Williams company.

1589-2-304-305-June 21, 1779: Bottom document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order to Fort Patrick Henry commissary for 4 day provision for 7 men in Capt. McCarty co.

1590-2-306-307-June 21, 1779: Top document. Richard Brashear order to Fort Patrick Henry commissary for 3 day provision for 3 volunteers going to Falls [of Ohio].

1591-2-306 -307-June 21, 1779: Bottom document. Leonard Helm order to commissary for 4 day provision for 3 spies.

1592-2-308-309-June 21, 1779: Bill of exchange sent to the Treasurer of Virginia by George Rogers Clark for payment of $1,200 to Daniel Murray for sundry services rendered to the Commonwealth of Virginia. Names: William Shannon.

1593-2-310-311-June 21, 1779: Top document. Joseph Bowman order to issue corn to the pack horsemen.

1594-2-310-311-June 21, 1779: Center document. Col. Rich Harrison order for 2 day provisions for 2 artificers of Capt. George Co.

1595-2-310-311-June 21, 1779: Bottom document. George Rogers Clark order to quartermaster for 2 tomahawks. Names: Capt.John Williams.

1596-2-312-313-June 21, 1779: Top document. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Clark commissary to issue 3 day provisions of meat and flour and charge to Col. Todd's account.

1597-2-312-313-June 22, 1779: Center document. Joseph Bowman order to deliver provision for 17 sick men at Surgeon Rey's.

1598-2-312-313-June 21, 1779: Bottom document. Commissary issued 3 day rations for Major Bowman's mess for 4 men. Names: James Matthews.

1599-2-314-3153-June 21, 1779: Top document. George Rogers Clark certified Roger Doud? had served 9 days as ax man and instructed Thomas McGee, Conductor of the Country Store to allow payment to be taken in goods.

1600-2-314-315-June 21, 1779: Center document. Surgeon Rey requested rations for 13 sick men in the hospital.

1601-2-314-315-June 21, 1779: Bottom document. George Rogers Clark certified Patrick Riley had

1601-2-314-315-June 21, 1779-Continued: served as an ax man and that Thomas McGee, Conductor of the Country Store was to allow payment to be taken in goods.

1602-2-316-317-June 21, 1779: Top document. Rations issued for 3 days for 7 persons in the mess of James Buchanan. Names: Capt. Isaac Taylor, Col. John Montgomery.

1603-2-316-317-June 21, 1779: Center document. Capt. John Williams order for 3 day rations for 10 artificers.

1604-2-316-317-June 21, 1779: Bottom document. George Rogers Clark certified William Buckley had served 10 days as an ax man at Fort Clark and Thomas McGee, conductor of the Country Store was to provide payment in goods.

1605-2-318-319-June 21, 1779: Top document. George Rogers Clark certified the state of Virginia had used Patrick Rilley for building 18 feet of floor and was to be paid $1.00 per foot and payment would be taken in goods.

1606-2-318-319-June 21, 1779: Center document. Abraham Kellar, W. Williams, and W. Berry appraised 1 piroague [dug out canoe] needed by the state of Virginia and owned by Stephen Ray to cost 20 pounds.

1607-2-318-319-June 21, 1779: Bottom document. Capt. Bowman order to give a horse to Paul Ritburn? Names: William Shannon.

1608-2-320-321-June 21, 1779: Top document. George Rogers Clark certified William Berry had served as an ax man for 9 days at Fort Clark and was to receive his pay in goods from the country store. Names: Thomas McGee.

1609-2-320-321-June 21, 1779: Center document. Abraham Cocks served as ax man for 6 days at Fort Clark and received his pay in goods from the country store. Names: Thomas McGee, George Rogers Clark.

1610-2-320-321-June 21, 1779: Bottom document. James Patten request at Falls of Ohio for Ammunition ration of powder and lead for 2 men expedition from Kentucky to Kaskaskia.

1611-2-322-323-June 21, 1779: Top document. George Rogers Clark approved $35.00 payable to Doctor Rey's order for his services at the hospital.

1612-2-322-323-June 21, 1779: Center document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order to Fort Clark commissary for 4 day provisions for 7 men of Capt. Kellar's co.

1613-2-322-323-June 21, 1779: Bottom document. Joseph Bowman request for 3 pounds of talon for the boats.

1614-2-324-325-June 21, 1779: Top document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order to commissary to issue 3 day provision for Samuel Sills, secretary.

1615-2-324-325-June 21, 1779: Center document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order to commissary for 4 day provisions for 1 carpenter.

1616-2-324-325-June 23, 1779: Bottom document. The unnamed bearer of the note was allowed 1 of the country's horses. Names: Capt. Isaac Bowman, William Shannon.

1617-2-326-327-June 21, 1779: Top document. George Rogers Clark approval for commissary to issue 5 day provision for 1 man in Capt. J. Williams co.

1618-2-326-327-June 21, 1779: Bottom document. Commissary issued provisions for 2 man expedition from LaRocsburg? to the Post Vincent. Names: James Patten.

1619-2-328-329-June 22, 1779: Top document. George Rogers Clark order to pay ? Mayfield from the country store for making 2 shirts for soldiers. Names: Mr. Kennedy, Mr. Bentley, Capt. Jesse Evans.

1620-2-328-329-June 23, 1779: Bottom document. Commissary issued 3 day provisions for 3 of Col. Clark's servants. Names: William Shannon.

1621-2-330-331-June 23, 1779: Top document. Provisions issued to pack horse men. Names: William Shannon, Henry Crutcher.

1622-2-330-331-June 23, 1779: Center document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order to Fort Patrick Henry Commissary to issue 6 blankets, 12 shirts, stroud and 1 tent

1622-2-330-331-June 23, 1779-Continued: for Capt. Edward Worthington, who must having been going to Cahos.

1623-2-332-333-June 23, 1779: Top document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order to Fort Patrick Henry Conductor General of the Public Store to issue 23 ells [English measure for length] of cloth, 2 shirts and 1 blanket for the uniform of Ensign Laurence Slaughter of Capt. Evans Co.

1624-2-332-333-June 23, 1779: Bottom document. George Rogers Clark order to quartermaster to issue 1 gun to Philip Long and charge it to Capt. Kellar account.

1625-2-334-335-22 June, 1779: Top document. No. 17. Posted March 11? but earlier reference to Feb. 11, 1779. 200 pounds of bacon was sold for $200 by ? Alison. Names: John Bomne?, John Reid, Joseph Buchanan.

1626-2-334-335-June 22, 1779: Center document. Quartermaster John Reid bought 1 empty barrel for $5.00 from Lewis Brasoe for use of the troops at Fort Patrick Henry.

1627-2-334-335-June 22, 1779: Bottom document. Micaja? Mayfield was paid $3.00 for making 6 shirts for soldiers in Capt. Jesse Evans Co. Names: Mr. Kennedy, George Rogers Clark, Col. John Montgomery.

1628-2-336-337-June 23, 1779: Top document. James Patten at the Falls of Ohio issued ammunition for 9 men of Capt. B. Linn, who were on their way to reinforce Col. George Rogers Clark.

1629-2-336-337-June 23, 1779: Center document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order to the commissary to issue 3 day provisions for 4 men of the Garrison.

1630-2-336-337-June 23, 1779: Bottom document. George Rogers Clark orders to commissary to issue 4 day provisions to David Bof?

1631-2-338-340-June 23, 1779: Top document. No. 8. Ammunition provision of lead and powder issued for 2 man expedition from Kaskaskia to Harrodsburg. Names: James Patten. Duplicate copies of same document.

1632-2-338-340-June 12, 1779: Center document. No. 43. Fragment of document. Expenditure for meal for use of Capt. Thomas Quirk co. Names: James Buchanan, Thomas Jamison. Duplicate copies of same document.

1633-2-338-340-June 12, 1779: Bottom document. George Rogers Clark certified William Buckley had worked 1 month as an ax man and was to draw his pay in goods from the country store. Duplicate copies of same document.

1634-2-341-342-June 23, 1779: Top document. Microfilmer listed as faded. Tent was issued as Fort Clark. Names: ? Rey, Mr. Kennedy.

1635-2-341-342-June 23, 1779: Center document. Allex Buchanan certified he had received 134 rations from Peter Light for employment in service of the U. S.

1636-2-341-342-June 21, 1779: Bottom document. George Rogers Clark to Fort Clark commissary for 6 day provisions for the bullock master.

1637-2-343-346-June 18, 1779: Top document. Duplicate copies of same document. William Shannon requested the commissary to issue salt for the cattle, which were on the other side of the river at Fort Clark.

1638-2-343-346-June 17, 1779: Bottom document. Microfilmer listed as faded. Duplicate copies of the same document. Provisions received for the march to join Col. John Montgomery co. for the Illinois expedition. Names: Capt. Thomas Quirk, James Buchanan, James McDonald, William Buchanan.

1639-2-347-348-June 14, 1779: Top document. No. 106. Bill of exchange sent to treasurer of the commonwealth of Virginia for $360 paid for 6 horses furnished by Capt. Sangtos? Names: William Shannon, George Rogers Clark.

1640-2-347-348-June 10, 1779: Bottom document. No. 111. Lieut. Abraham Chapline of Capt. Kellar co. received a musket and bayonet from quartermaster Francis Bosseron. Names: D. Dust.

1641-2-349-350-June 10, 1779: Top document. No. 101. Bill of exchange signed by Patt Kennedy by order of the commander general George Rogers Clark for thread, white flannel, grey, blue and white cloth provided for service for the state of Virginia.

1642-2-349-350-June 9, 1779: Bottom document. Thomas Quirk accounting for 3 day rations for 15 mess, which included 2 wash women.

1643-2-351-352-June 6, 1779: Top document. No. 55. Fort Patrick Henry quartermaster issued ammunition for 12 men. Names: Lieut. Richard Brashear, Lieut. John Bayley.

1644-2-351-352-June 19, 1779: Bottom document. No. 44. By oath John Searcy, who had enlisted 45 days before, requested money from the state of Virginia for himself, wife and 2 children, who spent the time going to join Col. John Montgomery. There was payment of 9 pounds. Names: James Buchanan, James Shaw. Names on the verso of the document were: Samuel Drake, John Newel, Roger Oats?, John Wood, William Comley?, John Holdsmith?, William Cannady, John Hildroth?

1645-2-353-354-June 19, 1779: Top document. Corn was issued to the pack horse men. Names: J. Bowman.

1646-2-353-354-June 16, 1779: Bottom document. No. 64. Fort Patrick Henry quartermaster issued powder and ball to Lieut. John Bayley for the use of a boat, which was pursuing Delaware Indians and for the convoy and guard of the provisions. Names: Lieut. Richard Brashear

1647-2-355-356-June 15, 1779: Top document. Invoice to state of Virginia from Jacque Degnon? for

supplies at Fort Clark for those in Major Bowman's expedition to Cahos. Conductor General William Shannon reported the account was true and that the vendor had not received payment. Items supplied were thread, blankets, pickets. Document is torn.

1648-2-355-356-June 21, 1779: Bottom document. Andrew Young served 17 days as a carpenter at Fort and was paid $ 1.00 per day. Payment was taken in merchandize from the Public Store of the state of Virginia. Names: Thomas McGee.

1649-2-357-358-June 20, 1779: Top document. No. 115. Bill of exchange for $73.00 sent to Treasurer of Virginia for payment to Monsieur McCarty for sundry articles furnished the commonwealth of Virginia at Fort Clark in the Illinois country. Names: William Shannon, Conductor General, Charles Charleville.

1650-2-357-358-June ?, 1779: Bottom document. Accounting for 3 day provisions used in Capt. Richard McCarty company of regulars. Number of persons by rank and file included 2 wash women, 16 fit for duty, 1 confined, 3 sergeants, 1 drummer,1 and 3 gunners. Names: J. Girault. Verso of document listed number of rations issued to companies of Captains: George, Todd, Quirk, Williams, Worthington, Tailor, Shelby, Evins, McCarty and Kellar but no accounting by rank and file.

1651-2-359-June 24, 1779: Top document. Capt. Bowman order to give Capt. Isaac Taylor 2 day provision for 1 man.

1652-2-359-June 19, 1779: Center document. State of Virginia received 500 pounds of flour. Names: John Murrey, Mr. Mathews.

1653-2-359-June 28, 1779: Bottom document. Instruction for issuing provisions to 2 soldiers, who were going by boat with Mr. Connoyes to join their company at Post Vincent. Names: Lieut. Richard Brashear, Capt. Harrison.

1654-2-360-July 19, 1779: Top document. Capt. Isaac Taylor order for 3 day ration for 1 man.

1655-2-360-June ?, 1779: Center document. Flour ration at Cahos. Names: Antoine Boveaue.

1656-2-360-June ? 1779: Bottom document. Incomplete document. Patt Kennedy notation of 20 day provision for ?, who had gone by water to Post Vincent but who had not been given the quantity of rations needed for the trip. This document may be related to 1653-2-359.

1657-2-361-362-June 16, 1779: Top document. Quartermaster at Fort Patrick Henry issued 1 musket and bayonet and 1 fuse for use in the company of Lieut. John Bayley. Names: Lieut. Richard Brashear.

1658-2-361-362-June 23, 1779: Center document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order to Fort Patrick Henry Conductor of the Stores to issue 6 pounds of powder to Abraham Craine, who was gunner.

1659-2-361-362-June 21, 1779: Bottom document. Reference to Shradrache Bond, who served as ax man for 6 days and was entitled to take his pay in goods from the Country Store. He received 2 pounds of thread. Names: Thomas McGee, George Rogers Clark, Capt. Linn?

1660-2-363-364-June 15, 1779: Top document. Luie Brazeau's 1779 account and vouchers for horses supplied by him and Baptist Delilse for Expedition to the Cahos, and 2 bridles. Joseph Bowman certified the account for payment.

1661-2-363-364-June 15, 1779: Bottom document. Fort Patrick Henry Conductor of the Stores issued 100 gun flints to Lieut. John Bayley for the Expedition against the Delaware Indians. Names: Leonard Helm.

1662-2-365-366-June 14, 1779: No. 106. George Rogers Clark Fort Clark Bill of Exchange to:

1662-2-365-366-June 14, 1779-Continued: Treasurer of the Commonwealth of Virginia for $360.00 for services and for payment to Capt. Langlot. Names: William Shannon.

1663-2-367-369-June 14, 1779: No. 105. Duplicate copies of same document. George Rogers Clark Fort Clark bill of Exchange to the Treasurer of the Commonwealth of Virginia for $300.00 for 6 hogsheads of taffia furnished the Commonwealth of Virginia. Payment was for Capt. Langlot. Names: William Shannon.

1664-2-370-371-June 27, 1779: No. 132. Bill of Exchange sent by George Rogers Clark to Treasurer of Virginia for $1,095.50 owed Monsieur Charles Charleville for sundry provisions furnished the troops stationed in Illinois. Names: William Shannon.

1665-2-372-374-June 22, 1779: No. 120. Duplicate copies of same document. Bill of Exchange sent by George Rogers Clark to Treasurer of Virginia for $825 owed Monsieur Gabriel Ciree for sundry articles furnished for use of the Commonwealth of Virginia. Names: William Shannon. Verso of document indicated $875 was paid for No. 286.

1666-2-375-376-June 20, 1779: No. 250. Statement to the State of Virginia for clothing made by tailor Peter Beaufrere of Cahos for Capt. Joseph Bowman company. Coat jackets and breeches were made for 22 men at a cost of $132.00 and 8 pair of breeches for cost of $16.00. Names: George Rogers Clark, Major Bowman.

1667-2-377-378-June 20, 1779: No. 55. Pay roll of Major Joseph Bowman for the Illinois Regiment under the command of Col. G. R. Clark for Dec. 14, 1778-May 30,

1667-2-377-378-June 20, 1779-Continued: 1779. The report provided amount of pay roll for the months of December-May. George Rogers Clark approved the account.

1668-2-379-382-June 20, 1779: No. 249. Accounting statement of J. R. Hanson sent to the Commonwealth of Virginia for sundries given to indians by Capt. Joseph Bowman. Date of entries began in July of 1778. Items supplied were bread, taffia, paper, ribbons to put on medals, beef, venison, indian corn, lime juice, tobacco and vermillion. Charges were also made for 2 lost oars by Helm and Monsieur Ceree wile delivery goods down to Kaskaskia and for lodging the sick. Names: Chief Yem Clere?, Potawatomi Indians, Interpreter Cartonguine? Geographic references to Cahokia and Kaskaskia.

1669-2-383-384-June 17, 1779: No. 109. Bill of Exchange sent by George Rogers Clark from Fort Clark to Treasurer of Virginia or Oliver Pollock of New Orleans for payment of $510 to Monsieur Bopole for cattle, horses, flour furnished for use of the troops stationed in the Illinois country. Names: William Shannon

1670-2-385-386-June 17, 1779: No. 111. Bill of Exchange sent by George Rogers Clark from Fort Clark to Treasurer of Virginia or Oliver Pollock of New Orleans for payment of $60 to Monsieur Pierre Marthins? for cattle, horses, flour furnished for use of troops stationed in the Illinois County. Names: William Shannon.

BOX 617-FOLDER 23

IMPRINT, JUNE 16, 1779

FRAMES #387-389

1 document in Folder 23 filmed on 2 frames.

1671-2-388-389-June 16, 1779: Printed page of "In Council, June 16, 1779" printed at Williamsburg by John Dixon and Thomas Nicolson. Written notation

1671-2-388-389-June 16, 1779-Continued: in lower left hand corner of page: "orig. filed. ex Paper." there are handwritten comments about the articles on back of the page. Article is a report of the Council's consideration of letters of Colonel Clark and Henry Hamilton in relationship to prisoners of war taken in the county of Illinois. Names: Governor Guy Carleton, Philip Dejean, William Lamothe, John Dodge, Archibald Blair. References to indian scalping parties and the British treatment of American prisoners of war, who were put in irons, confined to crowed jails, dungeons and prison ships and transported over seas. The council due to the treatment of Americans notified Governor Carleton that British prisoners Henry Hamilton, Philip Dejean and William Lamothe would be put into irons, confined in dungeons and not allowed ink and paper to communicate. Written comments refer to John Burgoyne and Saratoga.

BOX 617-FOLDER 24

LETTER [FRENCH], JUNE 19, 1779

FRAMES #390-395

1672-2-390-395-June 9, 1779: Written in French language but there is a typed English translation filmed with the document. Letter was written at St. Louis by Monsieur Leyba? and gives reference to Caskakias and a store house in St. Louis, where the writer took sugar, bristles, yarn, and thread. Cannot identify who received the letter.

BOX 617-FOLDER 25

PAPERS, JUNE 24-30, 1779

FRAMES #396-518

132 documents in Folder 25 filmed on 126 frames.

1673-2-397-398-June 2, 1779: No. 70. Bill of Exchange sent by George Rogers Clark from Kaskaskia to Treasurer of Virginia or Oliver Pollock at New Orleans for payment of $480 to Monsieur F. Carboneaux for sundries furnished for the troops at the garrison. Verso has French language.

1674-2-399-400-June 30, 1779: Report of rations supplied troops, who march to Fort St. Vincent

1674-2-399-400-June 30, 1779-Continued: under command of Col. Montgomery. The number and rank of the companies of Field Staff, Captains: George, Quirk, Shelby, Evans, Williams, Kellar, Todd, McCarty, Worthington, and Taylor. Reference to Prisoners of War. There were 3 wash women, 1 doctor, 1 ensign, as well as the other ranks in companies.

1675-2-401-402-June ? 1779: Top document. Robert Elliott sent Bill of Exchange to Oliver Pollock in New Orleans for $121 payable to Monsieur Donato Billo.

1676-2-401-402-June 13, 1779: Bottom document. Listed as faded document. David Rogers sent Bill of Exchange to Oliver Pollock, Agent for the American U. s. at New Orleans for $112 to pay order of Antoine Boidore? Verso written in French Language.

1677-2-403-404-May 6, 1779: Top document. No. 10. Capt. Robert Elliott sent Bill of Exchange to Oliver Pollock in New Orleans for $25 for payment to Alphonse Sgovia?

1678-2-403-404-Feb. 16, 1779: Bottom document. No. 21. David Rogers at Natchitoshez sent Bill of Exchange to Oliver Pollock at New Orleans for payment to Monsieur De Artyeaus. Verso written in French Language.

1679-2-405-406-June 28, 1779: Joseph Bowman certified he had a total of 80 quarts of taffia from the Kaskaskia Commissary for use of Col. Clark. Verso indicated for use of officers and Indians.

1680-2-407-July 4, 1779: Top document. Capt. Thomas Quirk request to commissary for beef

1680-2-407-July 4, 1779-Continued: for the officers' mess.

1681-2-407-July 4, 1779: Center document. A quire of paper was delivered to the issuing comicery [commissary]

1682-2-407-July 2, 1779: Bottom document. Order to issue 2 day provision for 9 men of Capt. Kellar's company.

1683-2-408-409-July 13, 1779: Top document. Duplicate copy of same document. Listed as faded document. Commissary issued 3 day provision for 2 men of Capt. George Co. Names: Joseph Bowman, Valentine Thomas Dalton of Illinois artillery.

1684-2-408-409-No date: Center document. Duplicate. Receipt signed by Adam Bingoman.

1685-2-408-409-July 9, 1779: Bottom document. Duplicate of same document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order to Fort Patrick Henry commissary for provisions for 2 officers, 1 private and others.

1686-2-410-411-July 2, 1779: Top document. No. 89 Lieut. Richard Brashear order for ammunition of powder and lead for Capt. McCarty Company of Kentucky Volunteers. Names: Hugh McGarry.

1687-2-410-411-June 1779: Bottom document. No. 71. Capt. Robert Elliott Bill of Exchange

1687-2-410-411-June 1779-Continued: sent from Nachtocki? to Oliver Pollock, Agent for the U. S. at New Orleans to Monsieur De Abigaus for supplies for Elliott's expedition. Names: George Rogers Clark.

1688-2-412-413-Several dates in text: Top document. Payment of Abraham Chapline as an ensign and later as lieutenant.

1689-2-412-413-June 25, 1779: Center document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order to commissary for 4 day provision for 7 men of Capt. Kellar company.

1690-2-412-413-June 24, 1779: Bottom document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order to Fort Patrick Henry commissary to issue tobacco to 11 men of Capt. Kellar co.

1691-2-414-415 -June 26, 1779: Top document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order to commissary for 3 day provision for 1 man of Capt. Worthington co.

1692-2-414-415-June 28, 1779: Center document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order to commissary to give 3 day provision for Samuel Sills, secretary.

1693-2-414-415-June 25, 1779: Bottom document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order to commissary to give 3 day provisions to Monsieur Drouart and Monsieur Dumie.

1694-2-416-417-June 25, 1779: Top document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order commissary for 3 day

1694-2-416-417-June 25, 1779-Continued: provision for 61 men of Fort Clark garrison.

1695-2-416-417-June 25, 1779: Center document. Commissary issued 2 bushel of corn for the bullock's horse. Names: Major Bowman, William Shannon.

1696-2-416-417-June 25, 1779: Bottom document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order to Fort Patrick Henry to give paper to the commissary. Names: Adam Bingeman, S. Baseseth?

1697-2-418-419-June 24, 1779: Top document. Faded document. Capt. John Williams order to commissary for 6 day provision for Daniel Cocks?

1698-2-418-419-June 24, 1779: Center document. Fort Patrick Henry Conductor of the stores issued tobacco to 19 men of Capt. John Williams Co. Names: Michael Oharron?

1699-2-418-419-June 24, 1779: Bottom document. John Montgomery order for 4 day provision for 3 men and 1 wounded man.

1700-2-420-422-June 24, 1779: Top document. Duplicate of same document. Richard Brashear order to Fort Patrick Henry Conductor of the stores to give tobacco to Capt. McCarty's men.

1701-2-420-422-June 24, 1779: Center document. George Rogers Clark order to commissary to

1701-2-420-422-June 24, 1779-Continued: deliver 142 pounds of pork.

1702-2-420-422-June 24, 1779: Bottom document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order to commissary to issue 4 day provision for Samuel Sills, secretary.

1703-2-423-424-June 24, 1779: Top document. Joseph Bowman order to commissary 38 day provision for 18 men going to Post St. Vincent.

1704-2-423-424-June 24, 1779: Center document. Joseph Bowman order for 12 day ration for 4 men going on expedition to Fort Patrick Henry.

1705-2-423-424-June 25, 1779: Bottom document. Salt ration was issued for the militia at the Falls of Ohio. There were 33 rations provided for men in companies of Capt. William Harrod, Capt. James Harrod, Capt. R. May, Capt. I. Ruddel and Capt. Todd, and Capt. Jeff?

1706-2-425-426-June 25, 1779: Top document. Written in French language. References to pack saddle for use in an expedition at Kaskaskia. Names: Major Isaac Bowman, F. Pefime?

1707-2-425-426-June 24, 1779: Center document. Joseph Bowman order to commissary to issue 3 day provision for men of Capt. McCarty co.

1708-2-425-426-June 25, 1779: Bottom document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order to Fort Patrick

1708-2-425-426-June 25, 1779-Continued: Henry commissary for corn to feed Major ? horse. Document not complete.

1709-2-427-428-June 25, 1779: Top document. Written in French language. Commissary issued rations to Monsieur LeGrand for a trip. Names: Richard Brashear.

1710-2-427-428-June 25, 1779: Center document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order to commissary for 4 day provisions for 19 men of Capt. Williams co.

1711-2-427-428-June 26, 1779: Bottom document. Ammunition of powder and lead issued to 4 men. Names: Capt. Isaac Taylor, George Rogers Clark.

1712-2-429-430-June 25, 1779: Top document. No. 130. Bill of Exchange written at Fort Clark in the Illinois to treasurer of Virginia for payment of $210 to Monsieur Antoine Marie for 1 oxen, 1 cow and calf for use of the troops stationed at Fort Patrick Henry. Names: William Shannon, Conductor General, George Rogers Clark.

1713-2-429-430-June 26, 1779: Bottom document. Ammunition of powder issued to 4 men. Names: Capt. James Shelby, George Rogers Clark.

1714-2-431-432-June 25, 1779: Top document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order to commissary for provisions for a carpenter at Fort Patrick Henry.

1715-2-431-432-June 28, 1779: Center document. Richard Brashear order to commissary to issue provisions to Jacob Becket and Grubs?

1716-2-431-432-June 26, 1779: Bottom document. By order of Col. Clark, George Slaughter received 8 blankets, stroud and tobacco from Fort Patrick Henry Conductor of the Store. Names: Richard Brashear.

1717-2-433-435-June 26, 1779: Top document. Duplicate of same document. The public store issued 2 blankets. Names: Capt. Todd, Richard Brashear.

1718-2-433-435-June 26, 1779: Center document. Duplicate of same document. Capt. Robert George order for provisions for artificer Thomas McGee.

1719-2-433-435-June 26, 1779: Bottom document. Duplicate of same document. The bullock driver was allowed 1 of the country's horses. Names: Capt. Bowman, William Shannon.

1720-2-436-437-June 26, 1779: Top document. William Shannon request for 5 day mess for 3 persons.

1721-2-436-437-June 25, 1779: Second document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order to Fort Patrick Henry commissary for 3 day provisions for 2 men of Capt. Worthington co.

1722-2-436-437-June 25, 1779: Third document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order to Fort Patrick Henry commissary for 4 day provisions for 2 officers.

1723-2-436-437-June 25, 1779: Bottom document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order to Fort Patrick Henry commissary for 4 day provision for 7 men of Capt. McCarty co.

1724-2-438-439-June 26, 1779: Top document. Joseph Sanders was given 2 shirts and 2 blankets by conductor of the store. Names: Capt. Thomas Quirk, Richard Brashear.

1725-2-438-439-June 26, 1779: Center document. George Rogers Clark order at Fort Clark for 40 pounds of flour for himself and attendants for use on the march to Post Vincent.

1726-2-438-439-June 27, 1779: Bottom document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order for the continental store to give 1 shirt to Losi Lapoint.

1727-2-440-442-June 27, 1779: Top document. Duplicate of same document. Quartermaster issued 1 bag to Capt. James Shelby. Names: George Rogers Clark.

1728-2-440-442 June 27, 1779: Center document. Duplicate of same document. Richard Brashear order to Fort Patrick Henry commissary to provide 6 day provision for 3 men going to meet the provision boats.

1729-2-440-442-June 27, 1779: Bottom document. Duplicate copy. Joseph Bowman order for provisions for 1 man of Capt. Kellar co.

1730-2-443-445-June 27, 1779: Top document. Duplicate copy. George Rogers Clark order to commissary for 3 day provision of flour for 3 men.

1731-2-443-445-June 26, 1779: Bottom document. Duplicate copy. Joseph Bowman order to Fort Clark commissary for 10 day provision for Major Isaac Bowman, James Matthis and "my boy", who were going to Post St. Vinson.

1732-2-446-447-June 27, 1779: Top document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order to commissary for 3 day provision for himself, Mrs. Williams, John Bush and 2 of Col. Clark negroes.

1733-2-446-447-June 27, 1779: Center document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order to commissary for beef provision for himself, Capt. Elliott, Mrs. Williams, John Bash and 2 of Col. Clark negroes.

1734-2-446-447-June 28, 1779: Bottom document. Richard Brashear order to Fort Patrick Henry commissary for 2 day provision for 1 officer and 2 privates.

1735-2-448-449-June 27, 1779: Top document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order to commissary for 2 bags, a peck of corn for Sergt. Brown, who was going to meet the provision boats.

1736-2-448-449-June 27, 1779: Second document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order to conductor of the stores to provide 2 blankets from the country store for Lieut. Crockett.

1737-2-448-449-June 30, 1779: Third document. Capt. Thomas Quirk received 6 blankets, 6 shirts and tobacco from Fort Patrick Henry Continental Store.

1738-2-448-449-June 27, 1779: Bottom document. Rich Harrison requested 3 day provision for 3 artificers.

1739-2-450-451-June 27, 1779: Top document. Capt. Thomas Quirk order to Fort Patrick Henry commissary for 70 pounds of beef for a detachment going on public service to the Falls of Ohio. Names: Richard Brashear.

1740-2-450-451-June 27, 1779: Center document. Richard Brashear order to commissary for 2 day provision for 31 men.

1741-2-450-451-June 28, 1779: Bottom document. Joseph Bowman order to Fort Patrick Henry commissary for salt and taffia for the troops under his command.

1742-2-452-453-June 28, 1779: Top document. Richard Brashear order for powder for Sergeant Major J. Dust.

1743-2-452-453-June 28, 1779: Second document. Richard Harrison order to Fort Clark

1743-2-452-453-June 28, 1779-Continued: Quartermaster to issue powder to Capt. Richard McCarty.

1744-2-452-453-June 28, 1779: Third document. E. Patton at Falls of Ohio requested salt for Frenchman of Capt. Bowman co., who was on his way to join Col. Clark.

1745-2-452-453-June 28, 1779: Bottom document. Written in French. ? Sintos, who was in Col. Rogers Volunteers was paid.

1746-2-454-455 -June 28, 1779: Top document. Written in French. ? Sintos, who served in volunteers was paid.

1747-2-454-455-June 28, 1779: Center document. Fort Clark commissary issued 4 day mess for 4 of Capt. Richard McCarty co. Names: Capt. Thomas Ball?

1748-2-454-455-June 28, 1779: Bottom document. Joseph Bowman order to commissary for 3 day provision for 3 men of Capt. Todd's co.

1749-2-456-457-June 28, 1779: Top document. Joseph Bowman received from Fort Clark commissary 1148 pounds of flour for use of the expedition.

1750-2-456-457-June 28, 1779: Center document. Portions of document missing. Rank and file report of Capt. Richard McCarty of Illinois Battalion company. Names: Richard Harrison.

1751-2-456-457-June ? 1779: Bottom document. Ammunition of lead and powder issued for 10 men of Capt. Worthington co. Names George Rogers Clark.

1752-2-458-459-June 28, 1779: Top document. No. 21. Richard Harrison order to commissary to issue 3 day provision for 61 men and women belonging to the garrison.

1753-2-458-459-June 28, 1779: Center document. Commissary issued a bag for the recruiting committee going to the Falls [of Ohio] and Fort Patrick Henry. Names: Capt. Edward Worthington, Lieut. Richard Brashear, J. Jones.

1754-2-458-459-June 28, 1779: Bottom document. Portions of document missing. Commissary issued half a bushel of corn to ? Names: George Slaughter, Richard Brashear.

1755-2-460-461-June 28, 1779: Top document. Capt. Edward Worthington order to Fort Patrick Henry Quartermaster to deliver 2 guns to Sergt. [Alexander] Begraw. Names: Richard Brashear.

1756-2-460-461-June 28, 1779: Bottom document. Commissary is 3 day provision for 2 artificers under the command of Richard Harrison.

1757-2-462-463-June 29, 1779: Top document. Written in French. Payment to Jean Marie Duraud? Names: ? Sintos?

1758-2-462-463-June 29, 1779: Center document. Faded. Surgeon Rey order for provision for 2 men.

1759-2-462-463-June ? 1779: Bottom document. George Rogers Clark order for Quartermaster to issue powder, lead or bullets to the bearer of the note.

1760-2-464-465-June 28, 1779: Top document. Capt. Richard Harrison order to Fort Clark Quartermaster to deliver 19 pounds of ? and powder to the battalion gunner, John Daniel.

1761-2-464-465-June 29, 1779: Center document. John Jones? request for 2 day provision for 9 men.

1762-2-464-465-June 29, 1779: Bottom document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order to Fort Patrick Henry commissary for 2 day provision for 9 men of Capt. Williams co.

1763-2-466-467 June 29, 1779: Top document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order to Fort Patrick Henry commissary for 2 day provision for 16 men of Capt. Worthington co.

1764-2-466-467-June 29, 1779: Bottom document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order to Fort Patrick Henry commissary for provision of beef for Capt. Benjamin Linn's company of volunteers, who were on fatigue from Kentucky to Fort Patrick Henry.

1765-2-468-469-June 28, 1779: Top document. Capt. Richard Harrison order to Fort Patrick Henry Quartermaster to deliver powder.

1766-2-468-469-June 27, 1779: Bottom document. Portion of document missing. Lieut. Richard Brashear order to commissary to allow bearer of note 10 pounds of beef in exchange for ? meat lent to W. Baley.

1767-2-470-471-June 28, 1779: Top document. Faded. Duplicate of document. Capt. James Shelby received 40 pounds of flour from Battisfet Delay? for use of troops at Fort Clark, Kaskaskia.

1768-2-470-472-June 28, 1779: Bottom document. Written in French. Duplicate of document. Payment for volunteer on campaign. Names: Sintos?

1769-2-473-474-June 28, 1779: Top document. Written in French. Payment for volunteer on campaign. Names: ? Sintos?

1770-2-473-474-June 28, 1779: Center document. Major Joseph Bowman order for 22 pounds of powder be issued to Henry Crutcher for use of troops at Fort Clark under Bowman's command.

1771-2-473-474-June 29, 1779: Bottom document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order to Fort Patrick Henry commissary for 2 day provision for 33 men of Capt. John Williams co.

1772-2-475-476-June 30, 1779: Top document. Richard Brashear order to commissary for 2 day provision for Samuel Sills, secretary.

1773-2-475-476-June? 1779: Center document. Incomplete. Conductor of public store delivered 1 shirt and? to James Currey.

1774-2-475-476-June 29, 1779: Bottom document. Richard Brashear order to commissary to is 3 day provision to Jacob Dumee, indian interpreter and Monsieur Drouart.

1775-2-477-478-June 29, 1779: Top document. Fort Patrick Henry conductor of the store gave 7 yards of stroud, 6 blankets, and 2 shirts to Capt. Linn's company of volunteers from the Falls [ of Ohio]. Names: Richard Brashear, Lieut. Hugh McGarry.

1776-2-477-478-June 30, 1779: Center document. Richard Brashear order to commissary to issue 2 day provision to the volunteers of Capt. Worthington co.

1777-2-477-478-June 29, 1779: Bottom document. Richard Brashear order to Fort Patrick Henry commissary for provisions for men, who came from the Falls [ of Ohio].

1778-2-477-478-June 29, 1779: Top document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order to Fort Patrick Henry commissary for 2 day provision for 2 officers and 1 private.

1779-2-479-480-June 29, 1779: Bottom document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order to Fort Patrick Henry commissary for 2 day provision for 15 men of Capt. McCarty's co.

1780-2-481-483-June 29, 1779: Top document. Duplicate document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order to Fort Patrick Henry commissary for 2 day provision for the sergeant major.

1781-2-481-483-June 30, 1779: Center document. Duplicate document. Incomplete. Richard Harrison order for 3 day provision of beef 3 sick men and their 3 attendants.

1782-2-481-483-June 30, 1779: Bottom document. Duplicate document. Richard Brashear order to Fort Patrick Henry conductor of the stores to issue 1 shirt to William Skipper.

1783-2-484-485-June 30, 1779: Top document. Richard Harrison order to Fort Clark quartermaster to give 6 pounds of powder to sergeant Cochran for use of the garrison.

1784-2-484-485-June 30, 1779: Center document. William Shannon request for 4 day provision for 4 French men going to O' Post [Vincennes, St. Vincent]

1785-2-484-485-June 30, 1779: Bottom document. Commissary issued 1 bushel of corn. Names: George Slaughter, Lieut. Richard Brashear.

1786-2-486-487-June 30, 1779: Monthly abstract of provisions issued at Fort Clark in the Illinois for the month of June 1779. Prepared by John Marney. George Rogers Clark at Kaskaskia certified that vouchers issued to the troops, prisoners , indians and others were as stated in compliance with his orders. The abstract listed the number of rations for each day for flour, beef, pork, butter, oil, salt and taffia. There were 11,107 rations issued and the same number of taffia. Reference to Major Bowman's order for provisions for a fatigue.

1787-2-488-489-June 30, 1779: Top document. Written in French. Provision of lead and powder issued. Names: Capt. Richard McCarty of Illinois Battalion.

1788-2-488-489-June 30, 1779: Center document. Incomplete. Lieut. Richard Brashear order for a Capt. going to Falls [ of Ohio]

1789-2-488-489-June 30, 1779: Bottom document. Fort Clark quartermaster Henry Crutcher received from Monsieur Beavinue 1 load of wood and 2 hand linen shirts for use of the sick in the hospital.

1790-2-490-493-June 30, 1779: Top document Three copies. Written in French. Provisions for Capt. Richard McCarty Illinois Battalion.

1791-2-490-493-June 30, 1779: Bottom document. Fort Patrick Henry commissary issued 3 day provision for 1 man of Capt. George Company of Artillery. Names: Valentine Thomas Dalton, Richard Brashear.

1792-2-494-495-June 24, 1779: Top document. Richard Brashear order to Fort Patrick Henry conductor of the stores to give blankets, and linen shirts to Valentine Thomas Dalton for the use of Capt. Robert George co. of artillery.

1793-2-494-495-June 27, 1779: Bottom document. George Rogers Clark order for Capt. Isaac Taylor to get 1 bag of the store.

1794-2-496-498-Dec. 21, 1765: Written in French. Copy of a "placast" or poster/posted notice published Dec. 21, 1765. Verso of document stated " Vouchers in the Issuing Department Fort Patrick Henry No. 24 for June 1779", which was signed by Adam Bingoman. Poster has reference to the troops of the British majesty in Illinois in relationship to the inhabitants.

may concern products raised or supplied by the inhabitants. Reference to Fort Cavindish. More study is needed to fully translate.

1795-2-499-500-June ? 1779: Top document. No.57. Audit of recruitment by John Girault for soldiers for Illinois. Girault acknowledged and signed that he had received $900 from Col. George Rogers Clark for soldier bounty.

1796-2-499-500-June ? 1779: Bottom document. Bill of Exchange sent to Oliver Pollock, Agent for the U. S. of America for payment of $20 to Monsieur Dupain.

1797-2-501-502-June 28, 1779: Capt. Edward Worthington order for ammunition provision for men of Capt. Worthington co. Names: D. Dust.

1798-2-503-504 -June 26, 1779: Voucher 4. Capt. John Todd at St. Vincent wrote to Governor of Virginia to pay $4,646 due from Commonwealth of Virginia for Major Francois Bosserron advanced money given to Todd.

1799-2-505-506-June 24, 1779: Letter written to Lieut. Col. John Todd, governor at St. Vincent, which refers to the "undervaluating of the Continental currency". Vendors of supplies for the soldiers were having difficulty in using Continental money to pay for purchases supplied the U.S. Names: Dmemigue Bergans, J. M. P. Legras, N. Levros, J. Vruihere? D. Nunault, Ambroise Dagenest, Pierre Gamelin.

1800-2-507-508-July 3, 1779: Report of provisions for the troops on their march to St. Vincent under the command of Lt. Col. John Montgomery for three days commencing July 3, 1779. List of number of rank and file for companies of Field Staff: Captains: George, Evans, McCarty, Shelby, Taylor, Worthington, Kellar, Todd, Williams, Quirk; and prisoners of war. There were 3 wash women and 7 prisoners. Some others listed were 1 doctor, 1 ensign and 1 bowman. Signed by ? Marney.

1801-2-509-510-June 27, 1779: Report of provisions for the troops on their march to St. Vincent under command of Lt. Col. John Montgomery for 3 days commencing June 27, 1779. List of number of rank and file for companies of Field Staff; Captains: George, Worthington, Kellar, Shelby, Williams, Evans, Taylor, Quirk, McCarty, Todd; and prisoners of war. Total of 171 persons. There were 3 wash women and 7 prisoners. Some others listed were 1 doctor, 1 ensign and 1 bowman. Names John Reid.

1802-2-511-512-June 24, 1779: Report of provisions for the troop on their march to St. Vincent under command of Lt. Col. John Montgomery for 3 days commencing June 24, 1779. List of number of rank and file for companies of Field staff; Captains: George, Williams, Kellar, Worthington, Quirk, Shelby, Evans, McCarty, Taylor, and Todd; and artificers.

1802-2-511-512-June 24, 1779-Continued: Total of 164 persons. There were 3 wash women and 3 artificers. Some others listed were 1 doctor, 1 ensign and 3 bowman. Names: John Reid.

1803-2-513-514-June 29, 1779: Bill of Exchange sent from Fort Clark in the Illinois by William Shannon, Conductor General, to Treasurer of Virginia for payment of $24.50 to Madame Bentley for provisions furnished the troops station in the Illinois.

1804-2-515-516-June 29, 1779: Bill of Exchange sent from Fort Clark by George Rogers Clark to Treasurer of Virginia for payment of $1,851 to Madame Bentley for provisions furnished the troops in the Illinois at Kaskaskia.

1805-2-517-518-June 26, 1779: Bill of Exchange sent from St. Vincents by George Rogers Clark to Governor of Virginia for payment of $180 due from Commonwealth of Virginia for money advanced by F. Legras? Clark. Reference to Vouch 2.

BOX 617-FOLDER 26

VOUCHERS, JUNE 1779

Frames #519-561

51 documents on filmed on 46 frames.

1806-2-520-522-June 21, 1779: Top document. Duplicates. Lieut. Richard Clark order to Fort Clark quartermaster for ammunition provision of lead and powder for 6 men of Capt. Worthington co. Names: George Rogers Clark.

1807-2-520-522-June 14, 1779: Center document. Duplicates. George Rogers Clark orders to Fort Clark quartermaster for ammunition provision of powder and lead for Capt. Langfot? Names on verso: John Reid, Patt Kennedy, ? Lintroge.

1808-2-520-522-June 26, 1779: Bottom document. Duplicates. A dozen of flints were issued to Capt. Shelby co. Names: John Montgomery, Joseph Gahusity?

1809-2-523-524-June 26, 1779: Top document. Appraisement of a lost steer by William Miller and William Gray. later proved to belong to James Barrady? Names: James Trabue. Verso has reference to Logans Fort, Kentucky and bullock. Use of steer? for militia. Names: Col. Bowman and James Trabue, commissary.

1810-2-523-524-June 29, 1779: Second document. John Bantain and James Trabue received 84 pounds of beef from John Hagan.

1811-2-523-524-June 27, 1779: Third document. Capt. Abraham Kellar order for powder, lead, and flints for use of Capt. Kellar company on a march to O'Post at the mouth of the Ohio [River].

1812-2-523-524-June 27, 1779: Bottom document. Lieut. Richard Clark order to quartermaster to issue provision of ammunition of powder, lead and flints for 4 men of Capt. Edward Worthington co.

1813-2-525-526-June 23, 1779: Top document. Bill of Exchange sent from Kaskaskia by George

1813-2-525-526-June 23, 1779-Continued: Rogers Clark to Treasurer of Virginia for payment of $600 to William Rapicault for sundries furnished for use of the Commonwealth.

1814-2-525-526-June 27, 1779: Center document. Flints were issued for Capt. Quirk co. Names: Lieut. ?

1815-2-525-526-No date: Bottom document. James Trabue at Harrodsburg, Kentucky obtained 168 pounds of buffalo beef from Andrew Johnson.

1816-2-527-528-June 21, 1779: Top document. George Rogers Clark order to conductor of stores to give 8 gallons of taffia and 10 pounds of powder to Indian Chief Batteau.

1817-2-527-528-June 30, 1779: Center document. No. 20. Powder and lead issued to Illinois Artillery. Names: Valentine Thomas Dalton.

1818-2-527-528-June ? 1779: Bottom document. No. 92. Provision of lead and powder issued to Capt. McCarty co. Names: Col. John Montgomery.

1819-2-529-530 -June 17, 1779: Top document. John Montgomery order to quartermaster to issue powder to Capt. Worthington.

1820-2-529-530-June 10, 1779: Center document. George Rogers Clark order to quartermaster to

1820-2-529-530-June 10, 1779-Continued: issue 1 pound of powder to Mr. James Buchanan.

1821-2-529-530-June 16, 1779: Bottom document. Fort Clark quartermaster issued 5 pounds of powder, 10 pounds of lead and 2 dozen flints. Names: Capt. John William, George Rogers Clark.

1822-2-531-532-June 22, 1779: Top document. Fort Clark quartermaster issued 8 pounds of powder to gunner Daniel Bolton. Names: Capt. Richard Harrison, George Rogers Clark.

1823-2-531-532-June 20, 1779: Bottom document. James Trabue certified Col. Richard Calway delivered 50 bushels of indian corn for use of the militia. Names: Capt. David Cross?, Capt. John Hoover?, Col. John Bowman.

1824-2-533-534-June 23, 1779: Top document. An unclaimed bull was received at Logans Fort of Kentucky County and used for militia. Bull was appraised by William Miller and William Craig. Names: James Trabue, Col. Bowman.

1825-2-533-534-June 19, 1779: Bottom document. Capt. Richard McCarty of Illinois Battalion order for arms and ammunition for 24 men. Powder, ball, 24 flints, 4 firelocks [rifles], 2 powder horns and 1 shot pouch were issued. Approved by George Rogers Clark.

1826-2-535-536-June 17, 1779: Top document. No. 23. Powder for making cartridges and 18 tubes was issued to Thomas Seney, gunner at Fort Clark. Names: Capt. Robert George, George Rogers Clark.

1827-2-535-536-June 19, 1779: Center document. No. 27. Capt. Isaac Taylor requested 1 gun for use in his company. Names: George Rogers Clark.

1828-2-535-536-June 26, 1779: Bottom document. Ammunition of powder, lead, and flints issued for company of Capt. John Williams. Names: John Montgomery.

1829-2-537-538-June 17, 1779: Top document. Ammunition provision of powder and lead were issued to 1 man of Capt. James Shelby Co. Names: George Rogers Clark.

1830-2-537-538-June 8, 1779: Center document. George Rogers Clark order to quartermaster to issue a gun, powder and ball to Mr. Lindsay.

1831-2-537-538-June 16, 1779: Bottom document. George Rogers Clark order to quartermaster to issue 1 fuse for a soldier in Capt. John Williams co.

1832-2-539-540-June 14, 1779: Top document. George Rogers Clark order for a provision of powder and grapeshot for the arrival of Capt. Kellar.

1833-2-539-540-June 15, 1779: Bottom document. Provision of ammunition of 1/4 pound of powder and 1/2 pound of lead issued to each of 29 men in Capt. Quirk co. Names: James Ramsey, George Rogers Clark.

1834-2-540-543-June 10, 1779: Top document. Quartermaster gave 1 quire of paper to Capt. Shelby for use of his company. Names: John Montgomery.

1835-2-540-543-June 12, 1779: Bottom document. Duplicate. Gunner Thomas Seney at Fort Clark request for 25 rounds of cartridges of powder, 12 tubes, and 3 fuses. Names: James Robertson, George Rogers Clark.

1836-2-544-546-June 7, 1779: Top document. Duplicate. Fort Clark quartermaster issued powder and lead for Capt. Robert Todd Co. Names: Capt. John Williams.

1837-2-544-546-June 13, 1779: Center document. Duplicate. Quartermaster issued powder and lead to 10 men of Capt. James Shelby co. Names: George Rogers Clark.

1838-2-544-546-June 18, 1779: Bottom document. Duplicate. A tent was issued to John Lindsay. Names: Capt. John Williams, George Rogers Clark.

1839-2-547-549-June 17, 1779: Top document. Duplicate. John Hazzard requested Fort Clark quartermaster for 2 quires of paper for use of Capt. Kellar co. Names: George Rogers Clark.

1840-2-547-549-June 6, 1779: Bottom document. Michael Perrault at Fort Clark request a provision of gun powder, lead or ball for himself.

1841-2-550-551-June 14, 1779: Top document. George Rogers Clark order to Fort Clark quartermaster for 10 fuses for Capt. Linctot for use of his company of volunteers.

1842-2-550-551-June 9, 1779: Center document. Fort Clark quartermaster John Reid issued 1 stan of arms [rifle] for use of Capt. Edward Worthington co. Names: George Rogers Clark.

1843-2-550-551-June 8, 1779: Bottom document. Fort Clark issued ammunition of powder and lead for 30 men of Capt. Quirk co.

1845-2-552-553-June 9, 1779: Top document. Fort Clark quartermaster John Reid issued ammunition of powder and lead for 4 men of Capt. Edward Worthington co. Names: George Rogers Clark.

1846-2-552-553-June 8, 1779: Center document. Fort Clark issued ammunition provision of lead and powder for 29 men of Capt. Evans co. Names: Anthony Crocket, George Rogers Clark.

1847-2-552-553-June ? 1779: Bottom document. James Trubue received from John Jackson 112 pounds of bear meat and 119 pounds of venison for use of the troops at Riddle Station, Licking Creek, Kentucky County.

1848-2-554-556-June 12, 1779: Top document. Duplicate. Jess Evans order for ammunition provision of powder, lead and flints for the use of his company at Fort Clark. Names: George Rogers Clark.

1849-2-554-556 June 6, 1779: Center document. Duplicate. Capt. Robert Todd order to Fort Clark quartermaster for 4 sheets of paper for service of his co.

1850-2-554-556-June 4, 1779: Bottom document. Duplicate. George Rogers Clark order to quartermaster for arms or muskets for 8 men of Capt. Thomas Quirk Co.

1851-2-557-558-June 10, 1779: Top document. George Rogers Clark order to quartermaster to give powder and ball to Mr. Lindsay.

1852-2-557-558-June 7, 1779: Center document. George Rogers Clark order to quartermaster to issue needed materials for making a pack saddle by ? Gelaskey?

1853-2-557-558-June 7, 1779: Bottom document. Fort Clark commissary issued mess provision for Major Bowman including 5 officers and 3 waiters. Names: James Robertson.

1854-2-559-June 15, 1779: Top document. Commissary Jacob Pyeat obtained 175 pounds of bacon for use of the garrison from Samuel Millin?

1855-2-559-June 16, 1779: Center document. Capt. Isaac Taylor requested 1 tent and 1 kettle for use of the Fort Clark garrison.

1856-2-559-June 1779: Bottom document. 33 vouchers for June 1779. No other information

1857-2-560-561-June 27, 1779: Capt. Jess Evans at the mouth of Ohio [River] requested 23 flints Document 1857-2-560-561-June 27, 1779: for use of his company.

BOX 618-FOLDER 27

PAPERS, JULY 1-9, 1779

Frames #562-681

156 documents filmed on 119 frames.

1858-2-563-564-July 6, 1779: George Rogers Clark order to commissary to issue 2 bags and biscuits for Lomuch Lunt? for use on expedition to Post St. Vincent.

1859-2-565-566-July 9, 1779: Report of provisions issued for the troops on their march to Fort St. Vincent under command of Lieut. Col. John Montgomery commencing July 9, 1779 for three days. List of number of rank and file for companies of Field Staff; captains: George, McCarty, Kellar, Taylor, Williams, Worthington, Shelby, Quirk, Evans, Todd; and Prisoners of War. There were 7 wash women and 7 prisoners. Names: John Reid.

1860-2-567-568-July 6, 1779: Report of provisions issued for the troops on their march to Post St. Vincent under the command of Lieut. Col. John Montgomery commencing the July 6, 1779 for three days. List of number of rank and file for companies of Field Staff; captains: George, McCarty, Kellar, Taylor, Williams, Worthington, Shelby, Quirk, Evans, Todd; and Prisoners of War. There were 2 wash women and 7 prisoners. Names: John Reid.

1861-2-569-570-July 11, 1779: Top document. Daniel Dust requested and upon approval of Lieut. Richard Brashear received 1 hammer, 1 handsaw, 1 ax, 2 chisels, 2 mallets, 1 file and 2 pounds of nail, which he needed.

1862-2-569-570-July 9, 1779: Bottom document. William Shannon, conductor of the stores at Fort Clark in Illinois certified that a canoe belonging to Stephen Ray and James Oats was taken into the service of the Commonwealth of Virginia on June 12, 1779 and that the canoe had been appraised by Capt. Kellar and Mr. Williams to have value of 20 pounds of Virginia currency.

1863-2-571-572-July 9, 1779: Top document. Faded. Provisions issued at St. Vincent for Capt. Hugh McGarry company of Kentucky volunteers.

1864-2-571-572-July 10, 1779: Center document. Lieut. James Montgomery request for 2 day provision for Mr. Dvesion?, interpreter Jacka and William Willis.

1865-2-571-572-July 9, 1779: Bottom document. Lieut. John Girault order for 3 rations Capt. McCarty, himself and 1 man of the company.

1866-2-573-574-July 5, 1779: Top document. Capt. Hugh McGarry request to conductor of store for 20 blankets, 20 shirts and 9 yards of blue stroud for 20 men of his company of Kentucky volunteers. Approved by George Rogers Clark.

1867-2-573-574-July 9, 1779: Center document. Joseph Bowman order to commissary to issue 2 day provision for 2 pack horsemen.

1868-2-573-574-July 10, 1779: Bottom document. Provisions issued for 3 men of Ensign Williams. Names: Jerit Williams.

1869-2-575-576-July 6, 1779: Top document. George Rogers Clark order to issue 20 pounds of powder to Capt. Helm for use of the Indian Department.

1870-2-575-576-July 9, 1779: Center document. Capt. John Williams order to commissary to issue 1 day provision for the bullock master.

1871-2-575-576-July 9, 1779: Bottom document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order to Fort Patrick Henry commissary for 1 day provision for 10 men of Capt. John Williams co.

1872-2-577-578-July 9, 1779: Top document. Capt. Edward Worthington order for 1 day provision for 13 men of his co.

1873-2-577-578-July 9, 1779: Center document. Jerrit Williams order to Fort Patrick Henry commissary for 2 day provision for 1 man of his company.

1874-2-577-578-July 9, 1779: Bottom document. Valentine Thomas Dalton of the Illinois artillery order for 3 day provision for 3 men of Capt. George company of artillery.

1875-2-579-580-July 9, 1779: Top document. Joseph Bowman order to commissary to issue 2 day provision for 1 man of the staff.

1876-2-579-580-July 9, 1779: Center document. Joseph Bowman order for 2 day provision for Major

1876-2-579-580-July 9, 1779-Continued: Bowman Isaac Bowman.

1877-2-579-580-No date. Bottom document. Incomplete document. William Shannon order for pack horse drivers may obtain pack saddle. Verso has reference to Capt. Isaac Taylor to issue 2 day provisions for 1 man.

1878-2-581-582-July 9, 1779: Top document. Order to Fort Patrick Henry commissary to issue 1 day provision for 25 men of Lieut. John Baley. Names: Richard Brashear.

1879-2-581-582-July 9, 1779: Center document. Faded. George Rogers Clark order for provisions for the expedition to Cahos. Too faded to read more.

1880-2-581-582-July 9, 1779: Bottom document. Abraham Chapline order to Fort Patrick Henry commissary for 5 day provision for 3 officers and the major?

1881-2-583-584-July 10, 1779: Top document. Secretary Samuel Sill order for a 2 day provision.

1882-2-583-584-July 9, 1779: Center document. Capt. James Shelby order for 1 day provision for 1 ax man at Fort Patrick Henry.

1883-2-583-584-July 9, 1779: Bottom document. Faded. Leonard Helm order for 3 day provision for the indian interpreter at Fort Patrick Henry.

1884-2-585-586-July 9, 1779: Top document. Abraham Chapline order to Fort Patrick Henry commissary to issue 1 day provision for 12 men of Capt. Kellar.

1885-2-585-586-July 9, 1779: Center document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order to Fort Patrick Henry commissary to issue 1 day provision for Currey and Duff.

1886-2-585-586-July 9, 1779: Bottom document. Richard Harrison order for Fort Clark commissary to issue 4 pounds of powder to the indian chief Bateau.

1887-2-587-588-July 9, 1779: Top document. Joseph Bowman order to give tobacco to the Chippewa indians.

1888-2-587-588-July 9, 1779: Second document. Written in French. ? Perault request for provisions.

1889-2-587-588-July 9, 1779: Third document. John Girault order to commissary for 1 day provision for 19 men of Capt. McCarty co.

1890-2-587-588-July 9, 1779: Bottom document. Henry Crutcher at Kaskaskia received 200 pounds of meal from Charles Charleville for use of the Fort Clark garrison.

1891-2-589-590-July 9, 1779: Top document. James Patton order for salt for 5 weeks for 21 men of Capt. Harrod's co. , Capt. James Harrod co, Capt. Todd and May. Document 1892-2-589-590-July 9, 1779: Second document. Henry Crutcher note to Monsieur Boway to complete the work which the Smith wanted done for use of the artillery at Fort Clark.

1893-2-589-590-July 8, 1779: Third document. Lieut. Abraham Chaplin order for provision for 9 men of Capt. Kellar company at Fort Clark.

1894-2-589-590-July 8, 1779: Bottom document. Joseph Bowman order to Fort Patrick Henry commissary for 1 day provision for 1 spy.

1895-2-591-594-July 8, 1779: Top document. Three copies of same document. Thomas McGee request for 3 day provision for 3 artificers. Names: Capt. Robert George.

1896-2-591-594-July 8, 1779: Second document. Three copies of same document. Lieut. John Girault order for 1 day provision for 19 men of Capt. McCarty co.

1897-2-591-594-July 8, 1779: Third document. Three copies of same document. Chippewa indians were given bushels of corn at Fort Patrick Henry. Names: Moses Henry, Indian Agent for the Western Department, Richard Brashear.

1898-2-591-594 -July 8, 1779: Bottom document. Three copies of same document. Ammunition provision of powder and lead for 1 man of Capt. Harrod co. Names: Edward Bulger.

1899-2-595-596-July 8, 1779: Top document. Fort Patrick Henry commissary issued provision to 25 Document 1899-2-595-596-July 8, 1779-Continued: men of Lieut. John Baley. Names: Lieut. Richard Brashear.

1900-2-595-596-July 8, 1779: Second document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order to Fort Patrick Henry commissary for 1 day provision for 10 men of Capt. John Williams.

1901-2-595-596-July 8, 1779: Third document. Abraham chaplin order to Fort Patrick Henry commissary for 3 officers and sergeant major.

1902-2-595-596-July 6, 1779: Bottom document. Vincent Thomas Dalton of the Illinois Artillery order to Fort Patrick Henry commissary for 2 day provision for 3 men of Capt. George co. artillery.

1903-2-597-598-July 8, 1779: Top document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order for 6 day provision for Capt. Edward Worthington.

1904-2-597-598-July 8, 1779: Center document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order to commissary for 9 pounds of beef for 3 officers for 2 days.

1905-2-597-598-July 8, 1779: Bottom document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order to Fort Patrick Henry commissary for 1 day provision to feed interpreter.

1906-2-599-600-July 8, 1779: Top document. William Shannon request to give corn to the bullock for his horse. Names: Henry Crutcher.

1907-2-599-600-July 8, 1779: Center document. James Shelby order for 2 day provision for 4 men of his co.

1908-2-599-600-July 8, 1779: Bottom document. Capt. Isaac Taylor request for 1 day provision for 6 men of his co.

1909-2-601-602-July 7, 1779: Top document. Lieut. Abraham Chaplin order to Fort Patrick Henry commissary for 1 day provision for 3 officers and sergeant major.

1910-2-601-602-July 7, 1779: Center document. Fort Patrick Henry quartermaster issued provision of lead and powder to 9 men of Capt. Kellar Co. Names: Abraham Chaplin, George Rogers Clark, D. Dust.

1911-2-601-602-July 8, 1779: Bottom document. Lieut. John Girault order for 1 day provision for Capt. McCarty, himself and 1 of Capt. McCarty co.

1912-2-603-604-July 7, 1779: Top document. Capt. Thomas Quirk order to Fort Patrick Henry for provisions 3 men of his co., 2 of Capt. Todd's co., and 2 men of Capt. Taylor co.

1913-2-603-604-July 7, 1779: Center document. Joseph Bowman order to issue 1 day meat ration for 5 pack horsemen.

1914-2-603-604-July 8, 1779: Bottom document. Fort Patrick Henry commissary issued 1 day

1914-2-603-604-July 8, 1779-Continued: provision for 7 men of Capt. Thomas Quirk co. Names: Abraham Chapline.

1915-2-605-607-July 7, 1779: Top document. Duplicate. Lieut. John Girault order to commissary for 1 day provision for 12 men of Capt. McCarty co.

1916-2-605-607-July 7, 1779: Second document. Duplicate. Lieut. Abraham Chaplin order to Fort Patrick Henry for 1 day provision for 9 men of Capt. Kellar co.

1917-2-605-607-July 7, 1779: Third document. Duplicate. Lieut. John Baley order to Fort Patrick Henry for 1 day provision for 35 men of Capt. John Williams co.

1918-2-605-607-July 8, 1779: Bottom document. Duplicate. Capt. Edward Worthington order for 1 day provision for 10 men of his company.

1919-2-608-609-July 8, 1779: Top document. Lieut. Abraham Chaplin order to Fort Patrick Henry commissary for 1 day provision for 1 man of Capt. Kellar co.

1920-2-608-609-July 8, 1779: Center document. Lieut. Abraham Chaplin order to commissary for 1 day provision for 1 man of his staff.

1921-2-608-609-July 7, 1779: Bottom document. Fort Patrick Henry commissary issued 15 pounds of beef to Capt. Edward Worthington. Names: Lieut. Richard Brashear.

1922-2-610-611-July 7, 1779: Top document. Fort Patrick Henry issued 1 day provision for 24 men of Capt. Hugh McGarry co. of Kentucky volunteer. Names: Capt. Thomas Quirk.

1923-2-610-611-July 7, 1779: Center document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order to Fort Patrick Henry for 1 day provision for Drouart and Jacko.

1924-2-610-611-July 7, 1779: Bottom document. Lieut. Richard Brashear by order of the Colonel to Fort Patrick Henry quartermaster to deliver 2 shirts to Pacawn?

1925-2-610-611-July 7, 1779: Top document. Capt. Thomas Quirk order to quartermaster to issue a tent for the quarter guard.

1926-2-612-613-July 7, 1779: Center document. Lieut. John Girault order to commissary for 1 day provision for himself and 1 man of Capt. McCarty co.

1927-2-612-613-July 7, 1779: Bottom document. George Rogers Clark order to Fort Patrick Henry commissary to give stroud for making leggings, 2 shirts and 2 blankets to Lieut. Dalton for use of Capt. George co. of Artillery.

1928-2-614-615-July 6, 1779: Top document. Quartermaster issued 24 flints to Lieut. John Bayley for a party going to the Wabash [River].

1929-2-614-615-July 6, 1779: Center document. No. 96. George Rogers Clark order [Fort] St.

1929-2-614-615-July 6, 1779-Continued: Vincent for ammunition provision of powder and flints for 24 men of Capt. Hugh McGarry company of Kentucky Volunteers.

1930-2-614-615-July 6, 1779: Bottom document. Fort Patrick Henry conductor of the store issued 44 pounds of powder for use of the artillery. Names: Valentine Thomas Dalton of Illinois artillery, Lieut. Richard Brashear, and gunner Abraham Crain.

1931-2-616-617-July ? 1779: Top document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order to deliver powder to the artillery at Fort Clark. Names: Abraham Craine, gunner.

1932-2-616-617-July 3, 1779: Second document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order for 1 day provision for 2 officers, 1 private and a sergeant major at Fort Patrick Henry.

1933-2-616-617-July 3, 1779: Third document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order to Fort Patrick Henry for 1 day provision for 2.

1934-2-616-617-July 2, 1779: Bottom document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order to Fort Patrick Henry for 1 day provision for 36 men of Capt. John Williams co.

1935-2-618-619-July 8, 1779: Top document. Capt. Edward Worthington order for 3 day provision for 3 men of his company. Verso has reference to a 3 day provision for 11 men of Worthington's co and signed by Joseph Bowman.

1936-2-618-619-July 7, 1779: Second document. Capt. Edward Worthington order for 1 day provision for 10 men of his company.

1937-2-618-619-July 7, 1779: Third document. Capt. Thomas Quirk order for 24 pound talon for use of Capt. Hugh McGarry company of Kentucky volunteers. Names: Jacob Brown.

1938-2-618-619-July 7, 1779: Bottom document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order to Fort Patrick Henry quartermaster for 3 pounds of powder for Capt. Williams company of regulars.

1939-2-620-621-July 6, 1779: Top document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order to Fort Patrick Henry quartermaster to give Lieut. Abraham Chapline for 2 cartridge boxes for Capt. Todd.

1940-2-620-621-July 3, 1779: Center document. Provision for 1 day for 3 officers at Fort Patrick Henry. Names: Lieut. Anthony Crockett, Lieut. Richard Brashear.

1941-2-620-621-July ? 1779: Bottom document. Provision order for 3 days for 2 men of Capt. George Company of Artillery. Names: Valentine Thomas Dalton of the Illinois Artillery, Lieut. Richard Brashear.

1942-2-622-623-July 4, 1779: Top document. Lieut. Abraham Chapline order to Fort Patrick Henry commissary for 2 day provision for 9 men of Capt. Kellar co.

1943-2-622-623-July 4, 1779: Center document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order to quartermaster to issue 2 pounds of powder to Capt. Worthington co. "to rejoice 4 July 1779."

1944-2-622-623-July 3, 1779: Bottom document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order for 1 day provision for 15 men of Capt. Worthington Co. at Fort Patrick Henry.

1945-2-624-625-July 4, 1779: Top document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order to quartermaster to deliver powder to James Currey to rejoice [celebrate] July 4.

1946-2-624-625-July 3, 1779: Second document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order for 1 day provision for 9 men of Capt. Kellar company at Fort Patrick Henry.

1947-2-624-625-July 4, 1779: Third document. Abraham Crane, gunner of the artillery received powder to [rejoice or celebrate] July 4th. Names: Valentine Thomas Dalton of Illinois Artillery.

1948-2-624-625-July 4, 1779: Bottom document. Lieut. John Baley request for 2 day provision for 1 man of Capt. Williams.

1949-2-626-627-July 4, 1779: Top document. Fort Patrick Henry commissary issued 1 day provision for 2 officers. Names: Lieut. Abraham Chaplin, Lieut. Richard Brashear.

1950-2-626-627-July 4, 1779: Center document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order to Fort Patrick Henry commissary for gun powder for Capt. McCarty co. to rejoice July 4, 1779.

1951-2-626-627-July 4, 1779: Bottom document. Lieut. Abraham Chapline order to Fort Patrick Henry quartermaster for 3 pounds of powder for 13 men of Capt. Kellar co. Names: D. Dust.

1952-2-628-629-July 5, 1779: Top document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order to commissary for 2 day provision for 33 men of Capt. John Williams co.

1953-2-628-629-July 5, 1779: Center document. Lieut. John Roberts order for 2 day provision for 14 men of Capt. Todd co.

1954-2-628-629-July 4, 1779: Bottom document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order Fort Patrick Henry quartermaster to issue 1 musket to John Bayley of Capt. Williams co.

1955-2-630-633-July 4, 1779: Top document. Duplicate. Commissary issued 2 day provision for 11 men of Capt. Edward Worthington co. Names: Lieut. Richard Brashear.

1956-2-630-633-July 4, 1779: Center document. Duplicate. Lieut. Richard Brashear order for provision for ? Curry and John Duff.

1957-2-630-633-July 8, 1779: Bottom document. Duplicate. Capt. Robert George order for 2 day provision for artificers. Names: Thomas McGee. Portion of document has incomplete reference for provision for 12 men of Capt. Shelby co.

1958-2-634-635-July 5, 1779: Top document. Capt. Robert George order for 3 day provision for 7 prisoners of war of the Kings Regiment, including Sergeant John Chapman.

1959-2-634-635-July 4, 1779: Center document. Lieut. John Girault order to commissary for 2 day provision for himself and 1 man of Capt. McCarty co. Names: Lieut. Richard Brashear.

1960-2-634-635-July 7, 1779: Bottom document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order to commissary for 2 day provision for 12 men of Capt. McCarty co.

1961-2-636-638-July 6, 1779: Top document. Duplicate. Lieut. John Baley order to Fort Patrick Henry quartermaster for tobacco for Capt. Williams co.

1962-2-636-638-July 6, 1779: Center document. Duplicate. Commissary issue 1 shirt for Capt. ? Camp? artillery. Names: Valentine Thomas Dalton, William Prater?

1963-2-636-638 -July 4, 1779: Bottom document. Duplicate. Lieut. Richard Brashear order for 1 day provision for 3 officers and sergeant major at Fort Patrick Henry.

1964-2-639-640-July 6, 1779: Top document. Henry Prather received 2 blankets from the Post Vincent plunder store.

1965-2-639-640-July 8, 1779: Center document. Secretary Samuel Sills request for 4 day provision of beef for himself.

1966-2-639-640-July 6, 1779: Bottom document. Valentine Thomas Dalton of Illinois Artillery request for 1 and 1/2 yards of stroud.

1967-2-641-642-July 6, 1779: Top document. Lieut. John Girault request for 1 day provision for 12 men of Capt. McCarty co.

1968-2-641-642-July 6, 1779: Second document. Lieut. Abraham Chaplin order to Fort Patrick Henry commissary for 4 day provision for 9 men of Capt. Kellar co.

1969-2-641-642-July 6, 1779: Third document. Commander Edward Bulger at the Falls of Ohio order for provision of powder and lead for 2 men expedition to Post Vincent.

1970-2-641-642-July 4, 1779: Bottom document. Capt. Thomas Quirk order at St. Vincent for 1 day provision for Capt. Hugh McGarry Company of Kentucky Volunteers.

1971-2-643-644-July 5, 1779: Top document. ? Montgomery order for 2 day provision for 4 artificers.

1972-2-643-644-July 6, 1779: Center document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order to Fort Patrick Henry commissary for 1 day provision for 3 officers.

1973-2-643-644-July 6, 1779: Bottom document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order at Fort Patrick Henry for 1 day provision for 35 men of Capt. James Wood?

1974-2-645-647-July 6, 1779: Top document. Lieut. John Girault order for 1 day provision for himself and 1 man of Capt. McCarty co.

1975-2-645-647-July 6, 1779: Second document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order at Fort Patrick Henry for provisions for Monsieur Drouaart and Jacko.

1976-2-645-647-July 6, 1779: Third document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order at Fort Patrick Henry for 1 day provision for 2 men on an expedition.

1977-2-645-647-July 7, 1779: Bottom document. Henry Crutcher received 3 loads of wood for the Fort Clark garrison from M. Bienvenue.

1978-2-648-649-July 6, 1779: Top document. Capt. Edward Worthington order for 8 day provision of flour and 3 pounds of beef.

1979-2-648-649-July 7, 1779: Center document. Faded. Written in French. Names: John Girault.

1980-2-648-649-July 7, 1779: Bottom document. Richard Harrison order to quartermaster to give 50 pounds of powder to Richard Winston for use of 2 militia companies.

1981-2-650-651-July 6, 1779: Top document. Capt. Edward Worthington order for 1 day provision for 10 men of his company.

1982-2-650-651-July 10, 1779: Center document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order for provision of beef and flour for Capt. Edward Worthington co.

1983-2-650-651-July 4, 1779: Bottom document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order to Fort Patrick Henry commissary for 2 day provision for 9 men of Capt. Kellar.

1984-2-652-653-July ? 1779: Top document. Surgeon Rey request for provisions for 20 sick men. Total of 70 rations including those for the surgeon and nurses.

1985-2-652-653-July 2, 1779: Center document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order to Fort Patrick Henry commissary for 1 day provision for 10 men of Capt. McCarty co.

1986-2-652-653-July 2, 1779: Bottom document. Written in French. References to volunteers. Names: Sinot?

1987-2-654-655-July 2, 1779: Top document. Written in French. Surgeon Rey was paid for service in the hospital.

1988-2-654-655-July 4, 1779: Second document. James Montgomery request for 2 day ration for 3 officers.

1989-2-654-655-July 2, 1779: Third document. Lieut. Richard Brashear . Fort Vincent commissary issued 2 day provision for 25 men of Capt. Hugh McGarry Co. of Kentucky volunteers. Names: Richard Brashear.

1990-2-654-655-July 4, 1779: Bottom document. Capt. Thomas Quirk request for 2 day provision for 24 men of Capt. Hugh McGarry co. at Fort Patrick Henry.

1991-2-656-658-July 3, 1779: Top document. Duplicate. Chippewa indians were give 2 pounds of tallow by order of Capt. Helm. Names: Samuel Sills, secretary; Richard Brashear; Mr. Preaton?

1992-2-656-658-July 1, 1779: Center document. Duplicate. Fort Patrick Henry conductor of public store issued 8 blankets, 7 yards of stroud for making britch cloth and leggings, and 4 shirts for the volunteers of Kentucky. Names: Capt. Hugh McGarry, Richard Brashear.

1993-2-656-658-July 1, 1779: Bottom document. Duplicate. Incomplete document. [ name missing] certified that the above [ missing portion]. Sent to John Mat[missing]

1994-2-659-661-July 1, 1779: Top document. Richard Brashear order to Fort Patrick Henry commissary for 2 day provision for 1 carpenter.

1995-2-659-661-July 2, 1779: Center document. Richard Brashear order to commissary for 3 day provision for Drvoak? and Jacko.

1996-2-659-661-July 1, 1779: Bottom document. Richard Brashear order to commissary for 4 day provision for secretary Samuel Sills.

1997-2-662-663-July 1, 1779: Top document. Richard Brashear order to Fort Patrick Henry commissary for 2 day provision to indian interpreters Monsieur Drouart and Jacko.

1998-2-662-663-July 1, 1779: Center document. Richard Brashear order for 2 day provision for 28 volunteers under command of Capt. Hugh McGarry.

1999-2-662-663-July 1, 1779: Bottom document. Richard Brashear order to Fort Patrick Henry conductor of stores to issue 1 pound of powder to Lieut. Abraham Chapline.

2000-2-664-665 -July 1, 1779: Top document. Richard Brashear order for ammunition for expedition of Bartlet Sercey to the Falls [of Ohio]. Names: Capt. Hugh McGarry.

2001-2-664-665-July 1, 1779: Center document. Richard Brashear order to Fort Patrick Henry commissary for 2 day provision for 14 men of Capt. Hugh McGarry co.

2002-2-664-665-July 1, 1779: Bottom document. Richard Brashear order to Fort Patrick Henry commissary for 2 day provision for 2 man expedition to the Falls of Ohio.

2003-2-666-667-July ? 1779: Top document. Incomplete. Sale of 343 pounds of flour by Pierre Cartier? References to boats, Capt. Helm, Joseph Bowman, and secretary Samuel Sills.

2004-2-666-667-July 1, 1779: Bottom document. Richard Brashear order to Fort Patrick Henry commissary for 2 day provision for 15 men of Capt. Worthington co.

2005-2-668-669-July 1, 1779: Top document. Richard Brashear order to Fort Patrick Henry commissary for 2 day provision for 33 men of Capt. Williams co.

2006-2-668-669-July 1, 1779: Bottom document. Richard Brashear order to Fort Patrick Henry commissary for 2 day provision for the sergeant major.

2007-2-670-672-July 5, 1779: Copy of account against Commonwealth [of Virginia]. Appears to be incomplete. Listing of supplies etc with cost April 3, 1779. Items and services listed: ox hides, ropes, buck deer skins, kegs of powder, yellow gartering for Capt. Worthington, red gartering for ? Rogers, 12 bushels of corn replaced to Mr. Kay, pork, sundries furnished Capt. George, sundries furnished Fort Clark garrison, 2 hogshead of taffia sent with [ Chief] Bateau, horses

2007-2-670-672-July 5, 1779-Continued: furnished for the assistant conductor general, horses furnished for command under Capt. Bowman to Kahos, cash paid for artificers, copper camp kettle,pickets furnished for the repairing of Fort Clark, 8 gallons of bears oil, boarding and lodging part of Capt. McCarty volunteers, and 2 water buckets and half bushel measures. References to taffia ordered by Capt. Williams and delivered for use of the troops commanded by Col. Clark against Post Vincent on Feb. 5, 1779.

2008-2-673-674-July 2, 1779: Abstract/accounting of merchandize issued at St. Vincents from March 19, 1779 through July 2, 1779. First page was filmed-2-674 but is associated with page 2-2-673. Items purchased for use of Col. Clark on March 19, 1779 were 6 kegs of wine, loaves of sugar, 1 keg of coffee, 1 keg of tea, 84 silver medals, 2 kegs of spirits containing 8 gallons each of . Capt. Helm was supplied 1 keg of wine, which contained 8 gallons, 2 loaves of sugar and 2 papers of tea. By order of Lieut. Brashear, Henry Prather was provided 3 pieces of bear skins and 28 mittens. The abstract indicated type of items supplied individuals or to indians. Items were coats, waistcoats, trousers, caps, shoes, blankets, shirts, yards of stroud, vermilion, tobacco and knives. Indians were issued blankets, stroud, vermilion, and shirts. Names: Williams co., Bayley's co., McCarty co., Kellar co.

2009-2-675-676 -July 5, 1779: Accounting of supplies and services rendered to Commonwealth of Virginia at Kaskaskia and sent to Richard Winston. Accounting began July 31, 1778. Charges were made for beef, oxen, salt, lodging of Moses Henry, axes, iron wedges, cord wood, charges for hauling, corn, taffia, bottles, bread, gun powder for volunteers, payment to Bateau(Willing), lading baggage of the Kahos volunteers, ball, lodging for conductor general, spade, shovel, sundries furnished Chief Baptist of the Kaskaskia Indians, indian corn, and leather.

2010-2-677-679-July 2, 1779: Two copies of list of sundry items delivered to Mr. Preaton by the Deputy conductor and approved by the Fort Patrick Henry commissary Document 2012-2-677-679-July 2, 1779-continued: officer. Items supplied were blue stroud, red stroud, 425 blankets, 424 white shirts, cotton shirts, blue bears ?, mittens, vermilion. Names: Major Bosseron, Henry Prather.

2013-2-680 -681-No date. Incomplete document. May be portion of Abstract on frame 673. Names: Williams Co., Kellar Co., Louis Le Paint, Linn Co., Joseph Saunders, Lieut. Crockett, An Esepress? Linn's volunteers, Capt. Quirk, and Capt. Worthington.

BOX 618-FOLDER 28

PAPERS, JULY 10-14, 1779

Frames #682-775

1,026 documents filmed on 93 frames.

2014-2-683 -684-July 10, 1779: Inventory of sundry stores delivered to Isaac Bowman by order of the Major at Fort Patrick Henry. Items listed were 425 blankets, 9 pieces of blue stroud, 8 pieces of red stroud, 8 pieces of blue coating, 427 white shirts, 5 cotton shirts, 28 pairs of mittens, 24 vermillion, tobacco, 35 dozen of scalping knives.

2015-2-685-686-July 12, 1779: Report of provisions for the troops on their march to Post St. Vincent under command of Lieut. Col. Montgomery for 3 days commencing July 12, 1779. Listing of field officers, commissioned officers, non-commissioned officers, Private rank and Prisoners of War by companies of Captains: George, McCarthy, Kellar, Taylor, Williams, Worthington, Shelby, Quirk, Evans and Todd. There were a total of 174 persons, including 3 wash women and 7 prisoners of war.

2016-2-687-688-July 14, 1779: Top document. Capt. Richard McCarty of Illinois Battalion received from quartermaster a firelock and bayonet for a soldier in his company.

2017-2-687-688-July 14, 1779: Center document. Joseph Bowman order to Conductor of the Public Store to give 15 shirts, blankets, and 12 knives to Capt. James Shelby for use of his company.

2018-2-687-688-July 12, 1779: Bottom document. Joseph Bowman order for tobacco provision 13 men of Capt. Edward Worthington co.

2019-2-689-690-July 12, 1779: Top document. Faded. Lieut. John Girault order for 1 day provision for 3 men of Capt. McCarty soldiers, himself and McCarty. Names: Joseph Bowman.

2020-2-689-690-July 13, 1779: Center document. Joseph Bowman order for Fort Patrick Henry to deliver powder and ball to Samuel Sills.

2021-2-689-690-July 14, 1779: Bottom document. George Rogers Clark order at Fort Patrick Henry for James Curry to have stroud for making a cloak.

2022-2-691-692-July 12, 1779: Top document. Faded. Joseph Bowman order to Fort Patrick Henry commissary for 3 day provision for the indian interpreters.

2023-2-691-692-July 12, 1779: Bottom document. Written in French. Concerned supplying tobacco to volunteers. Names: Capt. Richard McCarty of Illinois Battalion, Joseph Bowman.

2024-2-693-694-July 13, 1779: Top document. Joseph Bowman order to quartermaster to deliver tobacco for the troops with Col. Montgomery.

2025-2-693-694-July 13, 1779: Center document. Joseph Bowman order to quartermaster to give 10 shirts, 7 blankets and tobacco to Capt. James Shelby.

2026-2-693-694-July 11, 1779: Bottom document. David Gray gave 5 rations to Peter Light for employed in the service of the United States.

2027-2-695-696-July 14, 1779: Top document. Joseph Bowman order for day provision for 12 men of Capt. Worthington co.

2028-2-695-696-July 14, 1779: Second document. Joseph Bowman order for ammunition for D. Dust at Fort Patrick Henry.

2029-2-695-696-July 13, 1779: Third document. Tobacco was issued to Philip Long of Capt. George co. of artillery. Names: Valentine Thomas Dalton of Illinois artillery, Joseph Bowman

2030-2-695-696-July 14, 1779: Bottom document. Joseph Bowman order at St. Vincent for 1 day provision for 20 men of Capt. Hugh McGarry Company of Kentucky Volunteers. Names: Joseph Bowman.

2031-2-697-698-July 10, 1779: Top document. St. Vincent commissary issued 1 day provision for 23 Document 2031-2-697-698-July 10, 1779-continued: men of Capt. Hugh McGarry Co. of Kentucky Volunteers.

2032-2-697-698-July 13, 1779: Center document. George Rogers Clark order to commissary at Fort Patrick Henry to issue chaplin rations to Rev. Monsieur Jebault.

2033-2-697-698-July 13, 1779: Bottom document. Provision of powder given to bullock drivers. Names Henry Cruther, William Shannon.

2034-2-699-700-July 9, 1779: Top document. Joseph Bowman reported amount of flour, and beef used by 47 men under his command on marching from Fort Clark to Post St. Vincent and Fort Patrick Henry.

2035-2-699-700-July 14, 1779: Center document. Joseph Bowman order for powder for use of the artillery at Fort Patrick Henry. Names: Abraham Crain, gunner.

2036-2-699-700-July 12, 1779: Bottom document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order for 2 day provision for Fort Patrick Henry quartermaster.

2037-2-701-703-July 12, 1779: Top document. Duplicate. Written in French. Incomplete document. Provisions for hospital. Names: (?) Conaud?

2038-2-701-703-July 14, 1779: Second document. Duplicate. George Rogers Clark order for quartermaster to deliver 3 oil cloths to Daniel Dust.

2039-2-701-703-July 14, 1779: Third document. Duplicate. Provisions of beef and flour delivered to 20 men of 3 companies for 4 days. Names: Joseph Bowman, Capt. Richard McCarty of Illinois Battalion.

2040-2-701-703-July 14, 1779: Bottom document. Duplicate. Blue stroud given for artillery. Names: D. McPotton.

2041-2-704-705-July 14, 1779: Top document. Lieut. Abraham Chapline order to Fort Patrick Henry quartermaster for 1 pound of candles for use of the garrison. Names: D. Dust.

2042-2-704-705-July 14, 1779: Center document. Joseph Bowman order at Fort Patrick Henry for 2 blankets for John Hawkins. Verso of document has reference a bill of April 11 for $30 and bank notes. Names Isaac Bowman.

2043-2-704-705-July 12, 1779: Bottom document. Joseph Bowman order to commissary to give beef to Ensign Montgomery for use of the troops with Col. Montgomery and to apply to Capt. Helm for another [ration of beef] for use of the garrison. Names: Eben Crane.

2044-2-706-707-July 14, 1779: Top document. Ration of beef for 1 day issued. Names: Lieut. John Girault, Joseph Bowman.

2045-2-706-707-JULY 14, 1779: Center document. Capt. Thomas Quirk order for 12 shirts, 10 blankets and tobacco for his company. Names: Joseph Bowman.

2046-2-706-707-July 14, 1779: Bottom document. Capt. Thomas Quirk order for 3 yards of stroud for use of his company. Names: Joseph Bowman.

2047-2-708-709-July 13, 1779: Top document. William Shannon order to Henry Crutcher to for 1 kettle for his voyage.

2048-2-708-709-July 10, 1779: Bottom document. Joseph Bowman order to Fort Patrick Henry quartermaster to deliver and inventory all of the remaining goods of the plunder taken at the post to Isaac Bowman.

2049-2-710-715-July 11, 1779: Top document. Four copies of same document. Valentine Thomas Dalton of the Illinois Artillery requested 3 day provision for 1 man of Capt. George's company.

2050-2-710-715-July 11, 1779: Second document. Four copies of same document. Capt. Isaac Taylor order at Fort Patrick Henry for an armorman [armorbearer] for 1 day.

2051-2-710-715-July 13, 1779: Third document. Four copies of same document. Capt. Edward Worthington request for 3 day mess provision. Names: Joseph Bowman.

2052-2-710-715-July 10, 1779: Bottom document. Four copies of same document. Capt. Edward Worthington request for 1 day provisions for 13 men in his co.

2053-2-716-717-July 10, 1779: Top document. Commissary issued 1 day provision for Capt. Richard McCarty, 1 man of his company and Lieut. John Gerualt.

2054-2-716-717-July 10, 1779: Center document. Joseph Bowman order to Fort Patrick Henry commissary to issue 2 day provision for the bullock master.

2055-2-716-717-July 10, 1779: Bottom document. Capt. Thomas Quirk order to conductor of the stores for 12 pounds of candles. Names: Secretary Samuel Sills.

2056-2-718-719-July 12, 1779: Top document. Capt. Jarret Shelley? request for 2 day provision for 4 men of his company. Names: Joseph Bowman.

2057-2-718-719-July 11, 1779: Center document. Joseph Bowman order to Fort Patrick Henry commissary for 1 day ration for the indian interpreter (?) Drouart and W. Williams.

2058-2-718-719-July 10, 1779: Bottom document. Incomplete document. Fort Patrick Henry issued 1 day provision for 2 men of Capt. Todd, 2 men of Capt. Taylor and 3 men of Capt. Quirk's co.

2059-2-720-723-July 10, 1779: Top document. Duplicate. Conductor of store issued candles for militia guard house. Names: Leonard Helm.

2060-2-720-723-July 13, 1779: Center document. Duplicate. Commissary issued 1 day ration for

2060-2-720-723-July 13, 1779-Continued: Lieut. John Girault, Capt. Richard McCarty and 1 of McCarty's men.

2061-2-724-725-July 10, 1779: Top document. Joseph Bowman order to Fort Patrick Henry commissary for 1 day provision for 10 men of Capt. Isaac Williams company.

2062-2-724-725-July 14, 1779: Center document. Joseph Bowman order for 3 blankets and 2 shirts for Lieut. Joseph Calvart of Capt. Shelby's co.

2063-2-724-725-July 10, 1779: Bottom document. Commissary issued 1 day ration for 12 men of Capt. Kellar's co. Names: Lieut. Anthony Crockett.

2064-2-726-727-July 10, 1779: Top document. Commissary issued 1 day ration for 19 men of Capt. Richard McCarty Co.of Illinois Battalion. Names: Joseph Bowman.

2065-2-726-727-July 10, 1779: Center document. Fort Patrick Henry commissary issued 1 day rations for 12 men of Lieut. John Baly.

2066-2-726-727-July 10, 1779: Bottom document. Commissary issued 1 day ration for 1 man of Capt. James Shelby co. Names: Joseph Bowman

2067-2-728-730-July 14, 1779: Top document. Faded. Duplicate. Joseph Bowman order to Fort Patrick Henry for rations for Capt. Todd co.

2068-2-728-730-July 14, 1779: Center document. Duplicate. Joseph Bowman order to commissary for 2 day ration for (?) Matthews and Samuel Sills.

2069-2-728-730-July 11, 1779: Bottom document. Joseph Bowman order for commissary to issue 1 day ration for 2 pack horsemen.

2070-2-731-733 -July 13, 1779: Top document. Duplicate. Joseph Bowman order to commissary for 1 day ration for 23 men of Capt. Richard McCarty co. Names: Hugh McGary.

2071-2-731-733-July 13, 1779: Center document. Duplicate. Joseph Bowman order at Fort Patrick Henry for 1 day ration for 8 men of Capt. Quirk's co.

2072-2-731-733-July 13, 1779: Bottom document. Duplicate. Ration for 1 day for 1 man. Names: Joseph Bowman, Capt. Isaac Taylor.

2073-2-734-735-July 13, 1779: Top document. Joseph Bowman order at Fort Patrick Henry for 1 day ration for 8 men of Capt. Quirk's co.

2074-2-734-735-July 13, 1779: Center document. Fort Patrick Henry quartermaster issued tobacco to 9 men of Lieut. John Bayley's recruits.

2075-2-734-735-July 13, 1779: Bottom document. Joseph Bowman order to Fort Patrick Henry for 1 day ration for 9 men of Capt. Kellar's co.

2076-2-736-737-July 15, 1779: Top document. Rations for 1 day for 20 men of Capt. Richard McCarty co. at Post Vincennes. Names: Joseph Bowman.

2077-2-736-737-July 13, 1779: Center document. Rations for 1 day for 13 men of Capt. Edward Worthington. Names: Joseph Bowman.

2078-2-736-737-July 10, 1779: Bottom document. Written in French. Provisions for 19 men of Capt. Richard McCarty co.

2079-2-738-739-July 13, 1779: Top document. Fort Patrick Henry quartermaster issued lead and tobacco for Capt. John Williams co. Names: Lieut. Richard Brashear, Joseph Bowman.

2080-2-738-739-July 12, 1779: Center document. Faded. Joseph Bowman order for 4 day provision for 1 armor [armorbearer] and 2 spies.

2081-2-738-739-July 10, 1779: Bottom document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order to Fort Patrick Henry commissary for 1 day ration for 1 man expedition to the Falls [of Ohio].

2082-2-740-741-July 10, 1779: Top document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order to Fort Patrick Henry commissary for 1 day ration for 10 men of Capt. John Williams co.

2083-2-740-741-July 14, 1779: Center document. Fort Patrick Henry commissary issued 2 day ration Document 2083-2-740-741-July 14, 1779-Continued: for 4 men of Capt. George Co. Names: Valentine Thomas Dalton, Joseph Bowman.

2084-2-740-741-July 10, 1779: Bottom document. Incomplete. Thirty eight rations were issued. Names: James Shaw, James Bu?

2085-2-742-743-July 15, 1779: Top document. Capt. Benjamin Linn's Company of Kentucky Volunteers was given rations at Fort Vincent. Names: Joseph Bowman.

2086-2-742-743-July 13, 1779: Second document. Capt. Isaac Taylor requested 12 shirts, 7 blankets, and tobacco for use of the men of his company. Names: Joseph Bowman.

2087-2-742-743-July 13, 1779: Third document. No. 66. Lieut. Edward Bulger at Louisville, Kentucky requested powder and lead for Bartley Sercey expedition to Post Vincent.

2088-2-742-743-July 13, 1779: Bottom document. Henry Crutcher certified Madam De Lee had ground 8 bushels of corn for use at Fort Clark.

2089-2-744-745-July 14, 1779: Top document. Joseph Bowman order to commissary to give 4 day ration to the bullock master.

2090-2-744-745-July 13, 1779: Second document. Bartley Sercey at Louisville was issued ration of Document 2090-2-744-745-July 13, 1779-Continued: salt for expedition to Fort Vincent. Names: E. J. Bulger.

2091-2-744-745-July 14, 1779: Third document. Commissary issued 4 day ration for 9 men of Capt. Kellar's co at Fort Patrick Henry. Names: Abraham Chapline, Joseph Bowman.

2092-2-744-745-July 14, 1779: Bottom document. Meat issued to (?) Marney. Names: Patt Kennedy.

2093-2-746-748-July 14, 1779: Top document. Duplicate. Capt. Edward Worthington was given a 3 day ration. Names: Joseph Bowman.

2094-2-746-748-July 10, 1779: Second document. Duplicate. Fort Patrick Henry issued 1 day ration for 1 ax man. Names: Capt. Isaac Taylor, Joseph Bowman.

2095-2-746-748-July 11, 1779: Third document. Duplicate. Ammunition for 1 man of Capt. Cavaler's co. at Falls of Ohio. Names: Edward Bulger.

2096-2-746-748-July 11, 1779: Bottom document. Duplicate. Joseph Bowman order to Fort Patrick Henry commissary for 1 day ration for 11 men of Lieut. John Bayley's recruits.

2097-2-749 -751-July 11, 1779: Top document. Duplicate. Fort Patrick Henry commissary issued 1 day ration for 9 men of Capt. Kellar's co. Names: Abraham Chapline, Joseph Bowman.

2098-2-749-751-July 10, 1779: Second document. Duplicate. Capt. Isaac Taylor and Joseph Bowman request for 10 day ration for 1 man.

2099-2-749-751-July 11, 1779: Third document. Duplicate. Capt. Isaac Taylor and Joseph Bowman request for 1 day ration for a total of 6 men from companies of Captains: Quirk, Shelby and Taylor.

2100-2-749-751-July 11, 1779: Bottom document. Duplicate. Lieut. Richard Brashear order to Fort Patrick Henry quarter master for shirts to 10 men of Capt. Williams co.

2101-2-752-755-July 13, 1779: Top document. Duplicate. Major Joseph Bowman order to Fort Patrick Henry for 2 day mess for himself and 2 men.

2102-2-752-755-July 12, 1779: Second document. Duplicate. Joseph Bowman order to commissary for 2 day provision for (?) Vaudry?, indian interpreter.

2103-2-752-755-July 11, 1779: Third document. Duplicate. Joseph Bowman order to Fort Patrick Henry commissary for 2 day rations for indian interpreters: Drouart and Jacko.

2104-2-752-755-July 12, 1779: Bottom document. Duplicate. Joseph Bowman order for 1 day ration for 11 men of Capt. Edward Worthington co.

2105-2-756-757-July 11, 1779: Top document. Commissary issued 2 day rations for James Matthews and Samuel Sills. Names: Joseph Bowman.

2106-2-756-757-July 11, 1779: Center document. Lieut. Richard Brashear and Joseph Bowman order to commissary for 9 pounds of beef for 3 officers.

2107-2-756-757-July 12, 1779: Bottom document. Commissary issued 2 day mess ration for Major Bowman.

2108-2-758-759-July 12, 1779: Top document. Duplicate. Joseph Bowman order for 1 day ration for 1 ax man at Fort Patrick Henry.

2109-2-758-759-July 12, 1779: Second document. Duplicate. Joseph Bowman order for 1 day ration for 7 men of Capt. Quirk co.

2110-2-758-759-July 13, 1779: Third document. Duplicate. Joseph Bowman order to Fort Patrick Henry commissary for 2 day ration for 8 recruits in Lieut. John Bayley co.

2111-2-758-759-July 12, 1779: Bottom document. duplicate. Capt. John todd order to commissary for 20 pounds of beef.

2112-2-760-761-July 12, 1779: Top document. Joseph Bowman order for 1 day ration for 7 men of Capt. Thomas Quirk.

2113-2-760-761-July 12, 1779: Center document. Joseph Bowman order for Fort Patrick Henry to issue 1 day ration for 20 men of Capt. McGary co. of Kentucky Volunteers.

2114-2-760-761-July 12, 1779: Bottom document. Joseph Bowman order to Fort Patrick Henry commissary for 2 day ration for 10 men of Capt. John Williams co.

2115-2-762-July 13, 1779: Top document. Written in French. Rations issued at Fort Vincent. Names: N. Servos?

2116-2-762-July 13, 1779: Second document. Two day mess ration for 5 men of Lieut. Richard Brashear. Names: Anthony Crockett, Joseph Bowman.

2117-2-762-July 13, 1779: Third document. Joseph Bowman order to Fort Patrick Henry commissary for 2 day ration for 11 men of Lieut. John Bayley's recruits.

2118-2-762-July 12, 1779: Bottom document. Joseph Bowman and Lieut. Abraham Chapline order to Fort Patrick Henry commissary for 1 day ration for 9 men of Capt. Kellar co.

2119-2-763-764-July 12, 1779: Top document. Faded. Duplicate. Lieut. Valentine Thomas Dalton of Illinois Artillery for 3 day ration for 2 men of Capt. George co.

2120-2-763-764-July 12, 1779: Center document. Duplicate. Capt. Richard McCarty of Illinois Battalion and Joseph Bowman for 1 day ration for 19 men of McCarty co.

2121-2-763-764-July 13, 1779: Bottom document. Duplicate. Leonard Helm and George Rogers Clark order at Fort Vincennes commissary for ration of flour for Chippewa and Piankishaw indian chief for their return home.

2122-2-765-July 12, 1779: Top document. Henry Crutcher certified Capt. Janeu had ground 8 bushels of corn for use of the garrison at Fort Clark.

2123-2-765-July ?, 1779: Center document. Faded. Difficult to read. Provisions issued. Names: Joseph Bowman, Lieut. Richard Brashear.

2124-2-765-July 12, 1779: Bottom document. Fort Patrick Henry commissary gave 1 day ration for 2 pack horsemen. Names: I. Bowman, Horse master, Joseph Bowman.

2125-2-766-767-July 13, 1779: Top document. Capt. Thomas Quirk and Joseph Bowman order to Fort Patrick Henry for 28 pounds of beef for the Colonel's mess.

2126-2-766-767-July 10, 1779: Center document. Faded. George Rogers Clark order to quartermaster for biscuits and ?

2127-2-766-767-July 13, 1779: Bottom document. Rations for pack horse men at Fort Patrick Henry

2127-2-766-767-July 13, 1779-Continued: Names: Joseph Bowman, I. Bowman.

2128-2-768-July 12, 1779: Top document. Joseph Bowman order at Fort Patrick Henry for tobacco for 1 man of Capt. John Williams co.

2129-2-768-July 13, 1779: Center document. Joseph Bowman order at Fort Patrick Henry for 1 armor [armor bearer] for 1 day.

2130-2-768-July 12, 1779: Bottom document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order to Fort Clark quarter master for powder for himself, Capt. Shannon and W. Cannedy for use on their way to Fort O'Post [Vincennes].

2131-2-769-July 13, 1779: Top document. Joseph Bowman order for 1 day provision for Monsieur Drouart and Monsieur Jaque? Dumay.

2132-2-769-July ?, 1779: Center document. Faded document. Joseph Bowman requested provision for himself.

2132-2-769-July 13, 1779: Bottom document. Commissary issued 2 day ration for 7 men of Capt. James Shelby co. Names: Joseph Bowman.

2133-2-770-July 11, 1779: Top document. Capt. Robert George order for 3 day ration of flour for 2 artificers.

2134-2-770-July 12, 1779: Center document. Lieut. Richard Brashear and Joseph Bowman order for commissary for 1 day provision for 3 officers and 2 men.

2135-2-770-July 11, 1779: Bottom document. Joseph Bowman order for 1 day ration for 5 men of Capt. Isaac Taylor co.

2136-2-771-772-July 10, 1779: Top document. Henry Crutcher certified Lin Gim Beauvues? had ground 8 bushels of corn for Fort Clark garrison.

2137-2-771-772-July 12, 1779: Center document. Joseph Bowman order to Fort Patrick Henry to gave 1 day ration to the Bullock master.

2138-2-771-772-July 11, 1779: Bottom document. Faded. Written in French. Joseph Bowman authorized provision for Monsieur LeGrand.

2139-2-773-774-July, 1779: "Return of Provisions purchased by James Buchanan, Purchasing Commissary? under the command of John Montgomery, Commandant at Fort Clark." Two page list beginning Jan. 10, 1779 and ending July 10?, 1779. Second page of document stated "James Buchanan Papers, Vouchers 1779." Services and or items provided by persons were: Alexander Sedrey? for barrels; Thomas Montgomery for flour; John Frederick; John Hall for nails; James Holny for flour; James Drake for wagonage; Jacob Harmon? for bacon; William Cumley for wagonage; James Finley, butter; Francis Day; Roger Oates for wagonage; John Edwards for flour; William Buchanan? for corn meal; David Doke for flour; John Fuldreth? for wagonage; James Allison for beacon; William Ronso? for brandy; James Saw? for beef; John Bryan for packing of flour; William Kennadey for wagonage; Mary Frig? for beacon; Richard Ranger for use of horse; Mary Crocket for beacon; James ? for corn meal; George Campbell for beacon; Wallis

2139-2-773-774-July, 1779-Continued: Crocket for wheat; John Crocket for wheat and beacon; James Sutter? for flour, Jonah Ramsey for beacon; James M. Gafack for horse; John Wood for wagonage; Lou Brown for beacon; John Seface? for beacon; Thomas Willson for beacon; John Pirson?; Casper Beuhos? Thomas Jemison; Thomas Quirk; James Buchanan; Henry Crutcher; Stephen Day?; Michael Weaver; James Abell? for wagonage; John Graykers? for boxes to pack flour; Richard Seth?; James Taylor for traveling expense; William Williams?; and James Shaw. There were several references for persons providing "beacon", which could have been for service for providing signals, a signal fire or giving warnings when needed. It could also have been a misspelling of bacon.

2140-2-775-July 13, 1779: Faded document. Joseph Bowman order to Continental Store to give blue strode and 1 indian blanket to James Matthews.

BOX 618-FOLDER 29

PAPERS, JULY 15-20, 1779

Frames #776-842

128 documents filmed on 65 frames.

2141-2-777-July 17, 1779: Faded document. "A General Return of Provisions for the Troops Stationed at St. Vincent under command of Col. George Rogers Clark for two day commencing July 17th 1779." A statistical list of Field Officers, Commissioned Officers, Staff Officers, Non commissioned officers and Privates for the companies of Captains: Robert George, John Williams, Thomas Quirk, James Shelby, Robert Todd, Isaac Taylor, Richard McCarty, Edward Worthington, Abraham Kellar, Jessey Evans and Linn's Volunteers. Report listed 7 prisoners of war. Categories listed under Privates included 9 volunteers, 4 artificers, 6 sick in barracks, 7 bowman, 5 gunners, 1 butcher,and 4 wash women. Specialized officers were 1 doctor. There were also 3 ensigns. Total of 275. Report signed by George Rogers Clark and John Reid.

2142-2-778-July 15, 1779: Faded document. "A General Return of Provisions for the troops stationed at St. Vincent under the command of Col. George Rogers clark for Two days commencing July 15th 1779." A statistical list of Field Officers, Commissioned Officers, Staff Officers, Non commissioned officers and Privates for the companies of Captains: Robert George, John Williams, Robert Todd, Abraham Kellar, Jessey Evans, Thomas Quirk, Isaac Taylor, Richard McCarty, Edward Worthington, James Shelby, and Benjamin Linn. Report listed 7 prisoners of war. Categories listed under Privates included 9 artificers, 8 volunteers, 7 sick, 8 bowman, 7 wash women, and 7 gunners. Specialized officers were 1 doctor and 3 ensigns. Total of 275. Reported signed by George Rogers Clark and John Reid.

2143-2-779-July 19, 1779: Faded document. "A General Return of Provisions for the Troops Stationed at St. Vincent under command of Col. George Rogers Clark for two days commencing July 19 th 1779." A statistical list of Field Officers, Commissioned Officers, Staff Officers, Non commissioned Officers and Privates for the companies of Captains: Robert George, John Williams, Thomas Quirk, Jessey Evans, James Shelby, Robert Todd, Isaac Taylor, Richard McCarty, Edward Worthington. Abraham Kellar, Capt. Linn's Volunteers. Report listed 5 prisoners of war. Categories listed under Privates included 3 volunteers, 9 artificers, 3 sick in barracks, 7 bowman, 4 wash women, 1 butcher and 5 gunners. Specialized officers were 1 doctor and 3 ensigns. Total of 272. Signed by George Rogers Clark and John Reid.

2144-2-780-781-July 15, 1779: Top document. Joseph Bowman order to commissary for 2 shirts and tobacco for John Marney.

2145-2-780-781-July 15, 1779: Second document. Faded. Fort Patrick Henry issued 2 day mess provision for 4. Names: Capt. Robert Todd, Joseph Bowman.

2146-2-780-781-July 20, 1779: Third document. Henry Crutcher certified Charles Chareville Jun. [Jr.] had ground 6 bushels of corn for use of the Fort Clark garrison.

2147-2-780-781-July 19, 1779: Bottom document. George Rogers Clark order to Fort Patrick Henry commissary to issue 4 rations to Charles. No last name given. May have been a negro servant.

2148-2-782-July 17, 1779: Top document. Fort Patrick Henry issued 3 provisions for Capt. McCarty men, who had not received rations that morning. Names: Lieut. John Girault, Joseph Bowman.

2149-2-782-July 19, 1779: Center document. Provisions issued for 3 days for Capt. Isaac Taylor's mess. Names: ? Shelbey, ? Finn.

2150-2-782-No date: Bottom document. Joseph Bowman. No other information.

2151-2-783-July 19, 1779: Top document. Faded. Joseph Bowman order to Fort Patrick Henry commissary for 2 day rations for Capt. Taylor, Lieut. Wilson, and Ensign Williams.

2152-2-783-July 17, 1779: Center document. Joseph Bowman instruction to Capt. Isaac Bowman to give 1 yard of shroud [cloth material] 2 blankets and tobacco to John Reid. George Rogers Clark signed portion of document.

2153-2-783-July 17, 1779: Bottom document. Joseph Bowman order to Fort Patrick Henry commissary for 4 day ration for 20 men of Capt. John Williams co.

2154-2-784-785-July 17, 1779: Top document. Faded. James Patten order for 3 week salt ration for 1 man each in companies of Capt. Todd and Capt. William Harrod at Falls of Ohio.

2155-2-784-785-July 17, 1779: Bottom document. George Rogers Clark order for 485 pounds of flour for use of the garrison.

2156-2-786-787-July 17, 1779: Top document. Faded. Fort Patrick Henry commissary issued 1 day mess ration for 4 men of Capt. James Shelby. Names: Joseph Bowman.

2157-2-786-787-July 19, 1779: Bottom document. George Rogers Clark order for 5 day ration for 1 man of his company on his march from Post Winston to the Falls of Ohio. Names: John Reid, W. Marney. Names on verso of document were William Bohannan, William Williams, Lieut. Colonel Todd.

2158-2-788-789-July 18, 1779: Left hand document. Faded. Voucher or statement for items. Difficult to read. Items listed: 1 quart of rum, 1 pound of gun powder, traveling expenses, blue strode. Reference to a negro.

2159-2-788-789-July 19, 1779: Right hand document. Lieut. Isaac Robertson order for 3 day flour ration for mess of Captain George. There were 12 rations provided for 3 officers and 1 bowman.

2160-2-790 -791-Dec. 21, 1779?: Top document. No. 157. Faded. Capt. William Herod [Harrod] order for ration of powder and lead for 1 man, who had served in militia at Falls of Ohio. Names: Capt. Leonard Helm.

2161-2-790-791-July 19, 1779: Center document. Capt. Robert George request to Fort Patrick Henry commissary for 2 day ration for himself and artificer Thomas McGee.

2162-2-790-791-July ?, 1779: Bottom document. Faded. Cannot read except for verso, which listed No. 304 and (?) Pourelt?

2163-2-792-793-July 20, 1779: Top document. Faded. George Rogers Clark order for 1 day ration for 2 lieutenants in Capt. Richard McCarty company.

2164-2-792-793-July 20, 1779: Center document. George Rogers Clark order at Fort Patrick Henry to give 4 rations to Charles. [Probably negro servant.]

2165-2-792-793-May ?, 1779.: Bottom document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order to Fort Patrick Henry Stores for powder and lead for 2 men, who came on expedition from Falls of Ohio to Fort Patrick Henry. Names: Dan Dust.

2166-2-794-795-July 20, 1779: Top document. Joseph Bowman order to give 2 flour rations to Capt. McGary for use of Capt. Linn co. trip to the Falls of Ohio.

2167-2-794-795-July 18, 1779: Center document. George Rogers Clark order to Fort Patrick Henry

2167-2-794-795-July 18, 1779-Continued: commissary for 4 rations for his servant.

2168-2-794-795-July 20, 1779: Bottom document. Mr. Casnora? sent compliments to Col Todd and invited him to a 7 A. M. breakfast. Signed by Joseph Bowman and 1 of Casnora's men. Verso concerned a 4 day ration requested by John Williams.

2169-2-796-797-July 20, 1779: Top document. Faded. John Todd at St. Vincennes certified Joseph Bowman's representatives were entitled to a [Bill] of Exchange of $4,218. Filed Feb. 26, 1780.

2170-2-796-797-No date: Center document. Lieut. Colonel John Montgomery request for tobacco. Names: B. Linn.

2171-2-796-797-July 19, 1779: Bottom document. Joseph Bowman and Valentine Thomas Dalton order to commissary for 2 day ration for 3 men.

2172-2-798-799-July 20, 1779: Top document. Faded. Joseph Bowman order to Fort Patrick Henry for 2 day ration for 1 man of Capt. Kellar going to Falls of Ohio.

2173-2-798-799-July 20, 1779: Second document. John Todd order to commissary for flour and beef ration for himself for trip to Kaskaskia.

2174-2-798-799-July 20, 1779: Third document. George Rogers Clark ordered rations for servants.

2175-2-798-799-July 17, 1779: Bottom document. Lieut. Richard Brashear and Joseph Bowman order to Fort Patrick Henry to issue 5 blankets, 5 pair of leggings, 5 britch cloths, and tobacco for use of Capt. Helm's company.

2176-2-800-July 16, 1779: Top document. Capt. Jesse Evans and Joseph Bowman to Fort Patrick Henry for strode and 4 blankets.

2177-2-800-July 17, 1779: Center document. Joseph Bowman order to Fort Patrick Henry commissary for 1 day mess for 2 men of his company.

2178-2-800-July 17, 1779: Bottom document. Joseph Bowman order to give red cloth to James Lillek? for use in Capt. John Williams co.

2179-2-801-July 17, 1779: Top document. Faded. Lieut. James Robertson to Illinois commissary at Fort Vincennes for 2 mess rations for officers of Capt. George and for 2 bowman.

2180-2-801-July 19, 1779: Center document. Joseph Bowman order for 2 day ration for a quartermaster and 2 volunteers.

2181-2-801-July 18, 1779: Bottom document. Joseph Bowman order to Fort Vincennes commissary to issue 2 day ration for the indian interpreter.

2182-2-802-July 18, 1779: Top document. Faded. Capt. Jesse Evans order for 2 day mess

2182-2-802-July 18, 1779: ration for 4 men of his company. Names: Joseph Bowman.

2183-2-802-July 18, 1779: Second document. Joseph Bowman order to Fort Patrick Henry commissary for 3 day ration for 3 officers and 1 artificer. Names: Abraham Chaplin.

2184-2-802-July 19, 1779: Third document. John Green, boat master received 13 pounds of talon. Names: Joseph Bowman.

2185-2-802-July 19, 1779: Bottom document. Lieut. John Girault and Joseph Bowman order for 2 day mess ration for 4 persons of Capt. McCarty co.

2186-2-803-July 18, 1779: Top document. Faded. Fort Patrick Henry issued 2 day mess ration for 2 volunteers of James Shelby. Names: Joseph Bowman.

2187-2-803-July 17, 1779: Center document. George Rogers Clark order to Fort Patrick Henry commissary to give Charles 1 day mess ration for 4 persons.

2188-2-803-July 19, 1779: Bottom document. Joseph Bowman order to Fort Patrick Henry commissary for 1 bushel of corn for forage.

2189-2-804-805-July 17, 1779: Top document. Faded. Capt. Abraham Kellar request to Fort Patrick Henry for 1 day ration for 1 man of his co. Names: Joseph Bowman.

2190-2-804-805-July 17, 1779: Center document. Fort Patrick Henry commissary issued 2 day provision for 2 officers. Names: Lieut. Richard Brashear, Joseph Bowman.

2191-2-804-805-July 17, 1779: Bottom document. Twelve rations of flour and beef were issued to interpreter Jaco. Names: Leonard Helm.

2192-2-806-July 18, 1779: Top document. Faded. Joseph Bowman order for Fort Patrick Henry to issue a ration for two men of Capt. Abraham Kellar.

2193-2-806-July 17, 1779: Center document. Capt. Thomas Quirk order to conductor [of the store] to issue 15 ells of strouding and 15 knives for use of his company. Names: Joseph Bowman.

2194-2-806-July 17, 1779: Bottom document. Fort Patrick Henry commissary issued 3 day ration of flour for mess for 4 men in Capt. James Shelby co. Names: Joseph Bowman.

2195-2-807-July 16, 1779: Top document. Faded. Joseph Bowman order to Fort Patrick Henry to issue 18 yards of stroud and 2 ells of blue coating for use of Capt. George co.

2196-2-807-July 17, 1779: Center document. Fort Patrick Henry issued flour and beef ration for the mess of 4 officers of Capt. Jesse Evans. Names: Joseph Bowman.

2197-2-807-July 16, 1779: Bottom document. Fort Patrick Henry issued 1 day ration for 3 officers and 1 soldier. Names: Lieut. John Robertson, Joseph Bowman.

2198-2-808-July 17, 1779: Top document. Faded. Joseph Bowman order to Fort Patrick Henry quartermaster for 1 blanket and 1 stroud to Sergeant Major Daniel Dust.

2199-2-808-July 15, 1779: Center left hand document. Joseph Bowman order to issue 4 day provision for Lieut. John Girault, Capt. McCarty and 1 of his men.

2200-2-808-July 20, 1779: Center right hand document. George Rogers Clark order at Fort Vincent for 12 day ration for 42 men in co. of Capt. Benjamin Linn.

2201-2-808-July 14, 1779: Bottom document. Joseph Bowman order to issue 25 yards of stroud for flags and leggings and 1 dozen horn handled arms to Capt. Todd.

2202-2-809-July 16, 1779: Top document. Faded. Joseph Bowman order to issue 4 blankets to Capt. Robert Todd and Lieut. Joseph Roberts.

2203-2-809-July 16, 1779: Bottom document. Horse master Isaac Bowman at Post Vincent gave coating and stroud to Henry Prather. Names: Joseph Bowman.

2204-2-810-812-July 20, 1779: William Shannon requested John Marney to issue 3 day ration of 16

2204-2-810-812-July 20, 1779-Continued: pound of roasting beef for his use, Capt. Busseron, William Kennedy and W. Mathews.

2205-2-813-July 19, 1979: Top left hand document. Faded. Tobacco was issued to Capt. McCarty co. Names: Monsieur Perualt, Joseph Bowman.

2206-2-813-July 16, 1779: Top right hand document. Faded. Lieut. Richard Brashear and Joseph Bowman order to Fort Patrick Henry commissary to issue 11 days rations to indian interpreters: Drouart and Jocco.

2207-2-813-July 18, 1779: Bottom document. Joseph Bowman order to Fort Patrick Henry commissary to issue 2 pays for Q.? Wallkias? and J. Fille.

2208-2-814-July 16, 1779: Top document. Verso of document is also-2-814. Joseph Bowman order to Fort Patrick Henry commissary to issue 100 pounds of flour for the Capt. mess.

2209-2-814-July 17, 1779: Bottom document. Verso of document is also-2-814. Joseph Bowman order to Post Vincennes to deliver 1 day beef ration for 30 men of Capt. Richard McCarty Illinois Battalion.

2210-2-815-816-July 16, 1779: Top document. Capt. John Williams and Joseph Bowman order to issue 10 blankets, 12 shirts, 12 knives, and cloth.

2211-2-815-816-July 17, 1779: Center document. Microfilmer has produced 2 copies of document and used the same frame numbers for 4 different frames. Joseph Bowman order to commissary for rations for 13 sick men in hospital and for surgeon Rey.

2212-2-815-816-July 15, 1779: Bottom document. Duplicate document on duplicate frame numbers Capt. Thomas Quirk requested commissary to give 15 blankets and tobacco for use of his co. Names: Joseph Bowman.

2213-2-817-July 15, 1779: Top document. Joseph Bowman order to Post Vincennes to give 20 shirts, 6 blankets, 8 ells of strouding, and tobacco for Capt. Kellar's co.

2214-2-817-July 16, 1779: Center document. Joseph Bowman order to Fort Patrick Henry commissary for 4 day ration for 1 artificer. Names: Abraham Chaplin.

2215-2-817-July 17, 1779: Bottom document. Joseph Bowman order for 36 shirt, 20 blankets, 2 dozen knives and tobacco for Capt. Robert Todd co.

2216-2-818-819-July 16, 1779: Top document. Capt. Edward Worthington order for tobacco.

2217-2-818-819-July 19, 1779: Center document. Lieut. Richard Brashear certified he had received blankets, knives, red stroud and tobacco from John Reid.

2218-2-818-819-No date: Bottom document. Joseph Bowman order for 2 day ration for 5 prisoners of war.

2219-2-820-822-July 16, 1779: Top document. Duplicate. Joseph Bowman order to Fort Patrick Henry for 20 knives for 20 recruits of Lieut. John Baley.

2220-2-820-822-July 16, 1779: Second document. Duplicate. Joseph Bowman order to commissary for 1 day ration for the indian interpreter.

2221-2-820-822-July 15, 1779: Third document. Duplicate. Joseph Bowman order to issue 15 shirts, 10 blankets, and 12 knives for company of Capt. Isaac Taylor.

2222-2-820-822-July 15, 1779: Bottom document. Duplicate. Edward Holeman at the Falls of Ohio order for ammunition ration of powder and lead for 3 men of Capt. Edward Worthington co.

2223-2-823-July 15, 1779: Top document. Joseph Bowman order for clothing and items for his company of artillery. Items issued were 29 shirts, 38 knives, tobacco for 38, 18 blankets and 21 yards of stroud.

2224-2-823-July 15, 1779: Center document. Louisville commissary Edward Bulger issued salt, powder and lead to Capt. William Harrod co. and for James [missing part of document].

2225-2-823-July 16, 1779: Bottom document. Lieut. John Gerault requested beef ration for himself, Capt. McCarty, Monsieur Perault and 1 of his men. Names: Joseph Bowman.

2226-2-824-825-July 15, 1779: Top document. Incomplete. George Rogers Clark order to give flour to Louis Crepeau? to replace 16 loaves [of bread] supplied when there was no flour at the garrison. Names: Leonard Helm.

2227-2-824-825-July 19, 1779: Bottom document. Capt. John Williams requested cloth and tobacco from Fort Patrick Henry quarter master for use of his co. Names: Joseph Bowman.

2228-2-826-July 15, 1779: Top document. Capt. Isaac Taylor request for 10 shirts, 10 blankets, 10 yards of stroud and tobacco for use of his co. Names: Joseph Bowman.

2229-2-826-July 15, 1779: Center document. Capt. Edward Worthington request from Fort Patrick Henry for cloth for leggings and hats, knives, 21 shirts , 21 blankets for 21 men of his co. Names: Joseph Bowman.

2230-2-826-July 15, 1779: Bottom document. Joseph Bowman order to commissary for 3 day provision for the indian interpreter.

2231-2-827-828-July 15, 1779: Top document. Capt. Jesse Evans requested 1 day mess ration for 4 officers. Names: Joseph Bowman.

2232-2-827-828-July 12, 1779: Center document. Capt. Edward Worthington order to quarter master for 1 pound of candles for his use.

2233-2-827-828-July 15, 1779: Bottom document. Ensign Laurence Slaughter requested 1 blanket and 1 shirt for his own use. Names: Joseph Bowman.

2234-2-829-July 20, 1779: Top document. Joseph Bowman order to Fort Patrick Henry commissary for 2 day mess for 2 men of Major Bowman.

2235-2-829-July 15, 1779: Center document. Ensign Jarret Williams requested 1 shirt, 10 blankets 1 knife and tobacco. Names: Joseph Bowman.

2236-2-829-July 20, 1779: Bottom document. Fort Patrick Henry commissary issued 2 day ration for 5 pack horse men to Isaac Bowman, Horse master. Names: Joseph Bowman.

2237-2-830-July 15, 1779: Top document. Conductor of the store issued 40 blankets, 35 and 1/2 ells of stroud and 80 shirts for Capt. McCarty co. of Regulars. Names: Lieut. John Gerault, Joseph Bowman.

2238-2-830-July 15, 1779: Center document. Capt. Jesse Evans requested 40 shirts, 1 blanket, 25 knives and tobacco for use of his co. Names: Joseph Bowman.

2239-2-830-July 19, 1779: Bottom document. Beef and flour given. Names: W. Marney, J. Reid.

2240-2-831-July 20, 1779: Top document. Two day mess provision for 5 persons of Lieut. Thomas Wilson. Flour ration for 3 officers. There were 2 bowmen.

2241-2-831-July 20, 1779: Center document. George Rogers Clark and Capt. Abraham Kellar order to commissary for 2 day ration for the sergeant major, who was going to the Falls of Ohio.

2242-2-831-July 10, 1779: Bottom document. Capt. Thomas Quirk and Joseph Bowman order for 50 pounds of beef and flour for the mess of Col Todd and Col. Clark.

2243-2-832-833-July 18, 1779: Top document. Joseph Bowman for to Fort Vincennes commissary for 24 rations of flour and indian corn meal for Leonard Helm.

2244-2-832-833-July 18, 1779: Center document. Joseph Bowman order for 2 day ration for 2 artificers. Names: Thomas McGee.

2245-2-832-833-July 16, 1779: Bottom document. Capt. Edward Worthington requested rations for 8 men in his company.

2246-2-834-835-July 17, 1779: Top document. Fort Patrick Henry commissary issued a provision for 5 pack horse men. Names: Joseph Bowman,[Isaac] Bowman, Horse Master.

2247-2-834-835-July 19, 1779: Center document. Joseph Bowman order to Fort Patrick Henry

2247-2-834-835-July 19, 1779-Continued: commissary for 2 day mess for 2 men of Major Bowman.

2248-2-834-835-July 18, 1779: Bottom document. Joseph Bowman order to Fort Patrick Henry Quarter master for 20 blankets for 20 recruits of Lieut. John Bayley.

2249-2-836-837-July 15, 1779: Top document. Joseph Bowman order for 3 day ration of flour for 11 men of Capt. Richard McCarty Illinois Battalion.

2250-2-836-837-July 15, 1779: Center document. Joseph Bowman order at Fort Vincent to issue 14 blankets and 14 ells of stroud for use of Capt. Benjamin Linn's Company of Kentucky volunteers.

2251-2-836-837-July 15, 1779: Bottom document. Joseph Bowman order to Public Store to issue 12 yards of blue [stroud] and 1 blanket to Capt. James Shelby.

2252-2-838-July 16, 1779: Top left side document. Joseph Bowman order to issue 1 day beef for 17 men of Capt. Isaac Taylor co.

2253-2-838-July 17, 1779: Top right side document. Joseph Bowman order for 1 day beef for 3 men of Capt. Thomas Quirk co.

2254-2-838-July 16, 1779: Center left side document. Joseph Bowman order to Fort Patrick Henry commissary to issue 5 rations of beef. Names: Lieut. Richard Brashear.

2255-2-838-July 19, 1779: Center right side document. Joseph Bowman order at Fort Patrick Henry to issue provisions for 1 axman and 2 spies.

2256-2-838-July 17, 1779: Bottom document. Joseph Bowman and Lieut. Richard Brashear order to issue 6 pair of leggings and 4 pants to 6 men of Capt. Williams.

2257-2-839-July 16, 1779: Top document. Joseph Bowman order to commissary to issue 100 pounds of flour to Monsieur St. Anthonay.

2258-2-839-July 16, 1779: Center document. Joseph Bowman order for 2 day ration for 5 persons of Capt. Isaac Taylor's mess.

2259-2-839-July 16, 1779: Bottom document. Joseph Bowman order at Fort Patrick Henry to issue 5 day ration for 7 men of Capt. James Shelby co.

2260-2-840-July 17, 1779: Top document. Joseph Bowman order to Fort Patrick Henry commissary to issue salt for the mess of Abraham Chaplin.

2261-2-840-July 17, 1779: Second document. Joseph Bowman order Capt. Isaac Bowman to issue 2 blankets to Capt. Evan Shelbey.

2262-2-840-July 16, 1779: Third document. Joseph Bowman order to Fort Patrick Henry commissary to issue salt? ration to ? Matthews.

2263-2-840-July 17, 1779: Bottom document. Joseph Bowman order to Fort Patrick Henry quarter master to issue leggings and breeche

s to 20 recruits of Lieut. John Bayley.

2264-2-841-July 17, 1779: Top document. Joseph Bowman order to commissary to issue 2 day ration for 20 men of Capt. Williams co.

2265-2-841-July 17, 1779: Center document. Joseph Bowman order to Fort Patrick Henry commissary to issue 2 day ration for 19 recruits of Lieut. John Bayley.

2266-2-841-July 17, 1779: Bottom left side document. Lieut. John Girault and Joseph Bowman order for 4 rations for Capt. McCarty mess.

2267-2-841-July 18, 1779: Bottom right side document. Joseph Bowman order to Fort Patrick Henry commissary for 2 day ration for 5 pack horse men. Names: Isaac Bowman, Horse master.

2268-2-842-July 17, 1779: Top document. Edward Holman order at Louisville for 3 week salt ration for 5 men of Capt. Todd's co.

2269-2-842-July 17, 1779: Bottom document. Joseph Bowman order at Fort Patrick Henry to issue 5 blankets, 10 knives and tobacco to Capt. Kellar.

BOX 618-FOLDER 30

PAPERS, JULY 21-31, 1779

FRAMES #843-949

159 documents filmed on 106 frames.

2270-2-844-July 22, 1779: Top document. William Shannon request to Isaac Bowman at Fort Patrick Henry to send 2 eels of blue coating for table cloths for use of the state of Virginia.

2271-2-844-July 24, 1779: Bottom document/ George Rogers Clark order for 10 rations for his mess.

2272-2-845-July 22, 1779: Top document. George Rogers Clark order for 30 pounds of beef for his mess.

2273-2-845-July 27, 1779: Bottom document. George Rogers Clark and Capt. Robert Todd order for 2 ramrods from the Public Store.

2274-2-846-July 27, 1779: Capt. John Williams and Joseph Bowman order for 2 day ration for 5 prisoners of war from the Kings Regiment. James Ducknorth was corporal in the Kings Regiment.

2275-2-847-848-July 31, 1779: " A Monthly Abstract of provisions issued at Fort Clark in the Illinois for the month July 1779 by John Marney D. C. of Issues." George Rogers Clark certified the abstract for the month and vouchers were issued to troops, prisoners, indians and others as therein stated in consequence of his orders. Signed at Fort Vincents. There were 9,033 rations issued during the month. Type and number of rations issued were: 9,694 pounds of flour; 4,141 pounds of indian meal; 4,947 pounds of beef; 2,520 pounds of pork;

2275-2-847-848-July 31, 1779-Continued: 1,936 pints of oil; 1,302 gills measures of salt; and 9,033 gills of taffia [wine]. Col. Montgomery certified extra rations of 56 gallons of taffia equaled 5,376 gills.

2276-2-849-July 26, 1779: Microfilmer has used the number 849 twice for the 2 frames used. "A general return of provisions for the troops stationed at Fort Patrick Henry under command of Col. George Rogers Clark for two days commencing July 26th 1779". Signed by George Rogers Clark and John Reid, Quarter master. Faded document. Statistical chart reporting number of persons in each company by category of Field Officers, Commissioned Officers, Staff Officers, Non commissioned Officers, Privates and Prisoners of War. Company captains were: George, McCarthy, Quirk, Todd, Williams, Taylor, Shelby, Worthington and Kellar. There were total of 255 including 5 sick soldiers, 4 wash women, 5 prisoners, 4 bullock masters, 9 artificers, 5 bowmen, 1 butcher, 2 ensigns, 1 doctor, 5 gunners, and various officers.

2277-2-850-July 21, 1779: Microfilmer has used the number 850 twice for the 2 frames used to reproduce the document. " A general return of provisions for the troops stationed at Fort Patrick Henry under the command of Col. George R. Clark for two days commencing July 21, 1779. Signed by George Rogers Clark and John Reid. Statistical chart reporting number of persons in each company by category of Field Officers, commissioned Officers, Staff Officers, Non commissioned Officers, Privates and Prisoners of War. Company captains were: Robert George, John Williams, Thomas Quirk, Jesse Evans, Robert Todd, Isaac Taylor, Richard McCarty, Edward Worthington, Abraham Kellar. There were 255 persons including 9 volunteers, 1 butcher, 4 wash women, 5 prisoners, 7 bowmen, 5 sick, 1 doctor and various officers.

2278-2-851-852 -July 23, 1779: " A general return of provisions for the troops stationed at Fort Patrick Henry under the command of Col. George Rogers Clark for two days commencing July 23 1779." Faded. Statistical chart listing number of persons in each company by category of Field

2278-2-851-852-July 23, 1779-Continued: Officers, Commissioned Officers, Staff Officers, Non commissioned officers, Privates and Prisoners of War. Company captains were: George, Williams, Evans, Quirk, Shelby, Todd, McCarthy, Worthington, Kellar, and Taylor. There were 258 persons, including 5 Prisoners, 1 butcher, 4 wash women, 4 bullock masters, 9 artificers, 5 sick in hospital,4 gunners, 1 doctor and other officers. Signed by George Rogers Clark and John Reid.

2279-2-852-July 20, 1779: Microfilmer used number 852 twice. The first-2-852 was a blank verso for document 3178 but the second-2-852 applied to 3179. "General Return of provisions for the troops stationed at Fort Patrick Henry under the command of Col. George Rogers Clark commencing the 20th July 1779 for Two days." Faded. Statistical chart reporting number of persons in each company by categories of officers, Privates and Prisoners of War. Company captains were: George, Williams, Evans, Quirk, Shelby, Todd, Taylor, McCarty, Kellar and Worthington. There were 275 persons including 13 volunteers, 4 washwomen, 10 bowmen, 9 sick, 5 prisoners, 4 bullock masters, 1 doctor and various officers. Signed by John Reid and George Rogers Clark.

2280-2-853-854-July 1779: No. 107. June 16, 1779 Bill of Exchange sent from Fort Clark in the Illinois by William Shannon to the Treasurer of Virginia or Oliver Pollock at New Orleans for payment to Monsieur Charles Buteau for sundry articles furnished the commonwealth of Virginia. Names: George Rogers Clark.

2281-2-855-856-July 3, 1779: Joseph Lindsay, Agent for the Illinois Country sent bill of exchange to Oliver Pollock for payment of $20.00 to Peter Normondy for piloting Lindsay's boat from the Osark? for the service of the state of Virginia.

2282-2-857-858-July 1779: Very faded. Appears to be bill of exchange sent to Oliver Pollock

2282-2-857-858-July 1779: at New Orleans for payment of service furnished the state of virginia. Verso of document has reference to D. Rogers, $ 230.00 and (?) Mennard.

2283-2-859-860-July 31, 1779: William Shannon, Commissary and Quarter Master General for the Illinois Department certified Mr. John Marney was employed and performed the duties of Issuing commissary at Kaskaskia and other places in the Illinois Department from April 1, 1779 to July 31, 1779 and was to receive pay and subsistence equal that of a Captain. Also signed by George Rogers Clark.

2284-2-861-July 17, 1779: Joseph Bowman at Fort Patrick Henry Headquarters appointed Capt. Taylor, Capt. Kellar and Lieut. Bailey to examined the quantity of provisions such as corn flour etc and judge what was fit for or not fit for service.

2285-2-862-863 July 1779: June 23, 1779 Bill of Exchange sent from Fort Clark in the Illinois by Conductor General William Shannon and George Rogers Clark to the Treasurer of Virginia for payment of $ 271 and 3/5 to Monsieur August Shallot for powder furnished the Commonwealth of Virginia. Verso has No. 84 and has written French of August Chiriteau.

2286-2-864-865-July 25, 1779: Top document. George Rogers Clark order to Fort Patrick Henry quartermaster to give "my boy" [servant] 1 bushel of corn.

2287-2-864-865-July 28, 1779: Bottom document. George Rogers Clark and David Rogers send Bill of Exchange to Oliver Pollock, Agent for the U. S. of America at New Orleans for payment of $185.00 to Monsieur Donato Billio. French writing on verso.

2288-2-866-867-July 25, 1779: Francis Carborneaux invoice for payments and cash advances. Payments made in favor of Daniel Murray, John Gerault , Andrew Ray and Duplasy, Francis Carborneaux and Col. Montgomery.

2289-2-868-869-July 29, 1779: Top document. George Rogers Clark order to quartermaster to give 1 dozen candles to Charles.

2290-2-868-869-July 1779: Bottom document. No. 83. George Rogers Clark June 2, 1779 Kaskaskia Bill of Exchange for $ 483.00 for payment to Monsieur Pouree or Pourie for sundries furnished for the troops. Sent to the treasurer of Virginia or Oliver Pollock of New Orleans.

2291-2-870-871-July 28, 1779: Top document. Surgeon Rey requested 2 day ration for 18 sick men. Names: John Montgomery.

2292-2-870-871-July 20, 1779: Bottom document. Joseph Bowman order 2 day provision for officers and commanders from New Orleans. Provisions were for Brigadier, auditing master, Judge advocate, Conductor of the Train of Artillery, Fort major, Fort adjutant, and barrack master.

2293-2-872-873-July 21, 1779: Top document. Duplicate document and duplicate frame numbers. Lieut. John Montgomery certified that on June 27, 1779 a boat carrying supplies for troops at St. Vincent for invasion against Detroit were lost due to its sinking. There were 13 and 1/2 bushels of salt and 210 bushels of corn, which could not be saved

2294-2-872-873-July 17, 1779: Bottom document. Duplicate and duplicate frame numbers.

2294-2-872-873-July 17, 1779-Continued: numbers. Capt. Isaac Taylor, Capt. Abraham Kellar and Lieut John Baley report on fitness and use of supplies, which were brought by Lieut. Col. John Montgomery from Illinois to Saint Vincent.

2295-2-874-875-July 1779: Top document. George Rogers Clark June 1, 1779 Bill of Exchange for $800.00 sent to the Treasurer Virginia or Oliver Pollock of New Orleans for payment to Monsieur Pourie for sundries furnished the troops at Kaskaskia.

2296-2-874-875-June 7, 1779: Bottom document. Lieut. Col. John Montgomery for the Illinois Regiment Bill of Exchange for $3500 sent to the Treasurer of Virginia or Oliver Pollock at New Orleans. Payment was due to William Gillaspey for sundries furnished for use of the troops under Montgomery command and in service of the state of Virginia.

2297-2-876-877 No date: Top document. Duplicate. Incomplete. John Bayley singed that he had received the contents.

2298-2-876-877 -July 31, 1779: Bottom document. Duplicate. Henry Crutcher request for provision of meat at Fort Patrick Henry.

2299-2-878-July 29, 1779: Top document. Capt. John Williams order to Fort Patrick Henry commissary for a large bag for use of his company.

2300-2-878-No date: Bottom document. Blank paper. No verso.

2301-2-879-880-July 21, 1779: Top document. George Rogers Clark and Joseph Bowman order for 40 pounds of beef for Col Clark's mess.

2302-2-879-880-July 29, 1779: Bottom document. Lieut. Colonel Montgomery order at Fort Patrick Henry for 2 day provision for 4 artificers.

2303-2-881-882-July 29, 1779: Top document. George Rogers Clark order to commissary for mess ration.

2304-2-881-882-July 30, 1779: Second document. James Patten order for salt and powder ration for 3 men of Capt. Gess co.

2305-2-881-882-July 30, 1779: Third document. Incomplete. George Rogers Clark order for corn and beef rations at Post Vinson.

2306-2-881-882-July 31, 1779: Bottom document. Lieut. Richard Clark order at Fort Patrick Henry for 20 pounds of beef for Col. Clark's mess.

2307-2-883-885-July 29, 1779: Top document. George Rogers Clark order to commissary to issue 2 day ration.

2308-2-883-885-July 30, 1779: Center document. John Montgomery request for ration.

2309-2-883-885-July 31, 1779: Bottom document. Joseph Bowman order to Capt. Isaac Bowman to give blue coating and 4 blankets to Capt. William Shannon.

2310-2-886-July 30, 1779: Top document. John Montgomery order at Fort Patrick Henry for 5 day provision for 1 armour[ armorbearer] belonging to Capt. Williams co.

2311-2-886-July 30, 1779: Center document. James Patten order for ration of salt for 3 men of Capt. Gess? co.

2312-2-886-July ?, 1779: Bottom document. Faded. difficult to read. John Montgomery request for provisions.

2313-2-887-July 31, 1779: Top document. Joseph Bowman order to Fort Patrick Henry commissary to issue 4 day mess for 2 men of Major Bowman.

2314-2-887-July 30, 1779: Center document. John Montgomery order at Fort Patrick Henry for 2 day mess provision for 3 officers of Capt. Jesse Evans.

2315-2-887-July 30, 1779: Bottom document. Very faded. John Montgomery request for 2 day ration at Fort Patrick Henry.

2316-2-888-July 30, 1779: Top document. William Shannon request to Fort Patrick Henry commissary for 2 day ration for 4 officers of the staff.

2317-2-888-July 30, 1779: Center document. George Rogers Clark order for Fort Patrick Henry commissary to issue 2 day rations for his servants, J. Bowman and 4 men.

2318-2-888-July 31, 1779: Bottom document. Fort Patrick Henry commissary issued 2 day ration for 5 pack horse men. Names: I. Bowman, John Montgomery.

2319-2-889-July 30, 1779: Top document. James Patten order for ration of ammunition of powder and lead for 1 of Capt. Gess co.

2320-2-889-July 31, 1779: Center document. Capt. Robert Elliot order to Fort Patrick Henry commissary for 2 day ration for 1 capt. on command from New Orleans.

2321-2-889-July 30, 1779: Bottom document. Faded. Lieut. James Robertson request to Fort Patrick Henry commissary for 2 day ration for 1 artificer.

2322-2-890-891-July 31, 1779: Top document. Capt. Isaac Taylor order to commissary for 9 pounds of beef and flour for his mess.

2323-2-890-891-July 31, 1779: Center document. Capt. Edward Worthington, Officer of the Day requested the commissary to issue 1 day ration for 10 prisoners, who were under guard.

2324-2-890-891-July 31, 1779: Bottom document. Joseph Bowman order to Fort Patrick Henry

2324-2-890-891-July 31, 1779-Continued: commissary to give 1 bushel of corn for forage for horse to the bearer Antoney Montray.

2325-2-892-893-July 31, 1779: Top document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order to commissary to give 15 pounds of beef and 20 pounds of flour to Monsieur Vuderdy? Names: Leonard Helm.

2326-2-892-893-July 28, 1779: Center document. Capt. Jesse Evans and George Rogers Clark order for 2 day officers mess for 3.

2327-2-892-893-July 30, 1779: Bottom document. William Shannon order to Fort Patrick Henry commissary to issue 2 day ration for 4 officers.

2328-2-894-July 27, 1779: Top document. William Shannon request to William Marney, commissary at Fort Patrick Henry to issue 50 pounds of flour as part of his rations.

2329-2-894-July 29, 1779: Center document. Report of provisions issued to Capt. Richard McCarty co of regulars for 2 days. statistical chart indicating number of persons by rank. Names: Lieut. John Gerault, John Montgomery. There were 15 fit for duty, 2 wash women, 1 gunner 3 sergeants, 1 corporal and 1 drill corporal.

2330-2-894-July 29, 1779: Bottom document. Capt. Jesse Evans requested at Fort Patrick Henry 20 pounds of beef for his mess.

2331-2-895-896-July 28, 1779: Top document. Leonard Helm requested Fort Patrick Henry to issue a half bushel or corn and 6 pounds of grease for use of the savages [indians].

2332-2-895-896-July 29, 1779: Center document. John Montgomery order to Fort Patrick Henry to provide rations to farmers?

2333-2-895-896-July 28, 1779: Bottom document. Joseph Bowman order at Fort Patrick Henry for 2 day ration for 1 man. Names: John Green Bateau master.

2334-2-897-898-July 28, 1779: Top document. George Rogers Clark order to Fort Patrick Henry commissary for 2 day provision for 4 men and 2 of his attendants.

2335-2-897-898-July 20, 1779: Center document. Quartermaster John Reid requested 4 day ration.

2336-2-897-898-July 28, 1779: Bottom document. Ensign Laurence Slaughter at Fort Patrick Henry request for 4 day ration. Names: John Montgomery.

2337-2-899-July 28, 1779: Top document. Joseph Bowman order to Fort Patrick Henry commissary for 2 day mess provision for 2 men of Major Bowman.

2338-2-899-July 28, 1779: Second document. Fort Patrick Henry commissary issued 2 day ration for 5 pack horse men. Names: Isaac Bowman, Horse master, John Montgomery.

2339-2-899-July 28, 1779: Third document. Capt. Isaac Taylor requested 2 day rations for 2 volunteers.

2340-2-899-July 28, 1779: Bottom document. John Reid order to commissary to give 6 mess rations for Capt. Edward Worthington co.

2341-2-900-901-July 28, 1779: Top document. John Montgomery requested 3 day ration for himself and 1 quart of corn for the country horses.

2342-2-900-901-July 31, 1779: Center document. John Montgomery requested Fort Patrick Henry for 2 day ration for 1 spy.

2343-2-900-901-July 29, 1779: Bottom document. John Montgomery order to commissary to provide 3 day ration for Samuel Sills and interpreter.

2344-2-902-July 27, 1779: Top document. Capt. Robert Todd request at Fort Patrick Henry for 10 pounds of tallow to make soap for himself and co. Names: George Rogers Clark.

2345-2-902-July 28, 1779: Center document. George Rogers Clark order to Fort Patrick Henry commissary for 2 day provision for 1 artificer.

2346-2-902-July 20, 1779: Bottom document. Joseph Smith was certified to have worked as an

2346-2-902-July 20, 1779-continued: ax man for 7? days and can take his pay out in goods from the Public Store at the same rate the goods was charged in 1773. Names: Quartermaster John Reid, John Montgomery, Capt. Isaac Bowman and George Rogers Clark.

2347-2-903-904-July 27, 1779: Top document. John Montgomery order at Fort Patrick Henry to issue provision for 1 spy.

2348-2-903-904-July 27, 1779: Center document. Henry Crutcher received 365 pounds of beef from Capt. Richard Winston at fort Patrick Henry.

2349-2-903-904-July 26, 1779: Bottom document. May be incomplete. Capt. Robert Elliot request to Joseph Bowman for provisions.

2350-2-905-July 27, 1779: Top document. Joseph Bowman ordered 2 day ration for 4 artificers.

2351-2-905-July 26, 1779: Center document. Joseph Bowman and Capt. William Shannon order for 40 pounds of beef for Col. Clark's mess.

2352-2-905-July 21, 1779: Bottom left side document. Lieut. John Gerault and Joseph Bowman order for provision for Gerault, Monsieur Perault and Capt. McCarty.

2353-2-905-July 21, 1779: Bottom right side document. Surgeon Rey requested rations for 17

2353-2-905-July 21, 1779-Continued: sick Men in hospital. Names: Joseph Bowman.

2354-2-906-July 21, 1779: Top document. Fort Patrick Henry issued a 2 day mess for 4 of Capt. Robert Todd. Names: Joseph Bowman.

2355-2-906-July 21, 1779: Center document. Lieut. James Robertson order to Fort Patrick Henry commissary for 1 day mess ration for 3 officers and 1 bowman of Capt. George.

2356-2-906-July 21, 1779: Bottom document. George Rogers Clark order to Fort Patrick Henry commissary to issue 1 day ration for 4 men of John Hawkins?

2357-2-907-July 21, 1779: Left side top document. Joseph Bowman order to issue a pack saddle to Mr. Patten at Fort Patrick Henry.

2358-2-907-July 21, 1779: Right side top document. James Patton order at Louisville for ammunition ration for Capt. J. Gass?

2359-2-907-July 21, 1779: Bottom document. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Patrick Henry commissary for 2 day ration for 2 artificers.

2360-2-908-July 21, 1779: Top document. Joseph Bowman order to Fort Patrick Henry commissary for 3 day ration for Henry Funk's voyage to the Falls of Ohio.

2361-2-908-July 22, 1779: Bottom document. Incomplete. Words mentioned are voyage, return of taffey, [ taffia] expenses, troops, Fort Patrick Henry, W. Marney, John Montgomery.

2362-2-909-July 21, 1779: Top document. Joseph Bowman order to quartermaster for 3 day ration for 4 artificers.

2363-2-909-July 21, 1779: Bottom document. Joseph Bowman order to Fort Patrick Henry commissary for 1 day mess for 4 officers of Capt. Jesey Evans.

2364-2-910-July 23, 1779: Top document. Joseph Bowman order to commissary for 3 day ration for Samuel Sills, Secretary.

2365-2-910-July 22, 1779: Center document. Joseph Bowman order to Isaac Bowman to issue 11 pair of leggings of the blue bath coating and tobacco for a party of indians on command at Fort Patrick Henry.

2366-2-910-July 23, 1779: Bottom document. Leonard Helm order at St. Vincent for 12 pair of leggings to Piankishaw indians, the interpreter and 2 french men.

2367-2-911-July 21, 1779: Top document. Two day provision issued to 3 volunteers at St. Vincent. Names: Dan Murray, Joseph Bowman.

2368-2-911-July 23, 1779: Bottom document. Fort Patrick Henry commissary issued 2 day ration Document 2368-2-911-July 23, 1779-Continued: for 4 staff men. Names: James Matthews, William Shannon

2369-2-912-913-July 23, 1779: Top left side document. John Gerault requested ration for himself, Capt. McCarty, Mr. Perault and 1 man. Names: Joseph Bowman.

2370-2-912-913-July 24, 1779: Top right side document. George Rogers Clark order for commissary for 4 rations for Charles.

2371-2-912-913-July 26, 1779: Center document. Joseph Bowman order to commissary for 3 day ration for secretary Samuel Sills.

2372-2-912-913-July 23, 1779: Bottom left side document. Surgeon Rey request to Joseph Bowman for rations for 17 sick men.

2373-2-912-913-July 24, 1779: Bottom right side document. Sergeant Samuel Allen and Capt. John Williams order to commissary to give provisions to Joco for 1 indian prisoner in the guard house.

2374-2-914-July 26, 1779: Top document. Joseph Bowman order for 2 day ration for 3 artificers.

2375-2-914-July 24, 1779: Center document. Fort Patrick Henry commissary gave 2 day ration for 5 pack horse men. Names: Joseph Bowman, Isaac Bowman.

2376-2-914-July 26, 1779: Bottom document. Ink writing has run together. Mess ration for Capt. Richard McCarty. Names: Joseph Bowman, Monsieur Perualt.

2377-2-915-916-July 24, 1779: Top document. Joseph Bowman order for 2 day mess for 4 of Capt. Robert Todd co.

2378-2-915-916-July 24, 1779: Center document. Joseph Bowman order to Fort Patrick Henry commissary for 12 pounds of beef for himself.

2379-2-915-916-July 24, 1779: Bottom document. Joseph Bowman order for 2 day mess for 3 of Capt. Jesse Evans co.

2380-2-917-918-July 24, 1779: Top left side document. Capt. Thomas Quirk order for beef and flour ration for use of Col. Clark's mess.

2381-2-917-918-July 21, 1779: Bottom document. Thomas McGee received 3 day rations. Names: Capt. Robert George.

2382-2-919-July 28, 1779: Top left side document. George Rogers Clark order for 3 day ration.

2383-2-919-July 28, 1779: Top right side document. Lieut. James Robertson order to Fort Patrick Henry commissary for 2 day ration for 1 artificer.

2384-2-919-July 25, 1779: Center document. Capt. Robert George received 1 day ration for 1 in his co.

2385-2-919-July 25, 1779: Bottom document. Capt. Isaac Taylor request for 5 pounds of beef for his mess.

2386-2-920-921-July 15, 1779: Top document. John Montgomery requested 3 day mess.

2387-2-920-921-No date. Second left side document. George Rogers Clark order for ration.

2388-2-920-921-July 26, 1779: Second right side document. John Montgomery received corn for horse.

2389-2-920-921-July 31, 1779: Third document. Capt. Jesse Evans received corn for horses.

2390-2-920-921-July 26, 1779: Bottom document. Incomplete. Ten pounds of fat and 1 bushel of corn were given to Ottawa Indians. Names: Leonard Helm.

2391-2-922-923-July 26, 1779: Top document. Duplicate. Fort Patrick Henry commissary gave 3 day mess provision to Capt. William Shannon.

2392-2-922-923-July 31, 1779: Bottom document. Duplicate. John Montgomery order to Fort Patrick Henry commissary for 5 day provision for bullock master.

2393-2-924-925-July 31, 1779: Top document. Three volunteers given 2 day ration. Names: Dan Murray, Joseph Bowman.

2394-2-924-925-July 31, 1779: Center document. Samuel Sills signed as interpreter when given beef ration by commissary Mr. Marney.

2395-2-924-925-July 31, 1779: Bottom document. Leonard Helm order for 200 pounds of flour and 200 pounds of beef be given to the Ottawa and Piankishaw indians for use of the old indians.

2396-2-926-927-July 30, 1779: Top document. Tobacco given to Capt. McCarty co. Names: Monsieur Perault, John Montgomery.

2397-2-926-927-July 31, 1779: Second document. George Rogers Clark and Leonard Helm gave an indian of Monsieur Gratiot 2 rations for himself and family.

2398-2-926-927-July 30, 1779: Third document. John Montgomery order to Fort Patrick Henry commissary to issue 3 day ration for the interpreter of Samuel Sills.

2399-2-926-927-July 30, 1779: Bottom document. John Montgomery given 3 day rations for staff.

2400-2-928-July 31, 1779: Top document. John Montgomery order to Fort Patrick Henry commissary for 2 day rations for Francis Drouart and Jaco Dume.

2401-2-928-July 26, 1779: Bottom document. Joseph Bowman order for Patrick Henry Bateau or boat master to issue a boat for 2 days for 1 man.

2402-2-929-July 26, 1779: Top document. Joseph Bowman order for Surgeon Rey to receive 2 day ration for 18 sick men.

2403-2-929-July 26, 1779: Center document. Capt. Isaac Taylor requested the quartermaster to give a bag for company use.

2404-2-929-July 26, 1779: Bottom document. Fort Patrick Henry Commissary gave 2 day ration for 5 pack horse men. Names: Joseph Bowman, Isaac Bowman.

2405-2-930-931-July 26, 1779: Top document. Joseph Bowman order to Fort Patrick Henry to issue 2 day mess ration for 3 officers of Capt. Jesse Evans.

2406-2-930-931-July 23, 1779: Bottom document. Archibald Blair certified George Walls was appointed Major for one of the Western battalions and Thomas Walls was appointed an Ensign for the battalion.

2407-2-932-933-July 27, 1779: Top document. Lieut. James Robertson order for 2 day ration for 1 artificer.

2408-2-932-933-July 26, 1779: Center document. Lieut. John Girault request for 1 day ration for himself, Capt. McCarty, Monsieur Perault and 1 other man. Names: Joseph Bowman.

2409-2-932-933-July 26, 1779: Bottom document. Commissary issued 10 pounds of beef for mess of Capt. Isaac Taylor.

2410-2-934-July 26, 1779: Top document. Fort Patrick Henry issued 2 day ration for mess of Capt. Robert Todd. Names: Joseph Bowman.

2411-2-934-July 26, 1779: Center document. Joseph Bowman order to commissary to issue 6 day ration for Lieut. Baley.

2412-2-934-July 26, 1779: Bottom document. Fort Patrick Henry commissary issued 10 rations for Capt. John Williams.

2413-2-935-July 26, 1779: Top left side document. Fort Vincent commissary issued 2 day ration for 3 volunteers. Names: Joseph Bowman, Dan Murray.

2414-2-935-July 26, 1779: Top right side document. Joseph Bowman order to Fort Patrick Henry to issue 4 day provision for 1 armour [armorbearer].

2415-2-935-July 26, 1779: Center document. Fort Patrick Henry commissary gave 2 day ration for 2 men of Major Bowman's mess. Names: Joseph Bowman.

2416-2-935-July 26, 1779: Bottom document. Fort Patrick Henry issued 2 day ration for 2 volunteers of Capt. John Williams co. Names: Joseph Bowman.

2317-2-936-July 27, 1779: Top document. John Montgomery order to Fort Clark commissary for 4 day ration for Monsieur Francois Druart and Jaco Lamay.

2418-2-936-July 22, 1779: Bottom document. Capt. Isaac Taylor 2 day rations for his mess for 1 captain, 1 quartermaster, 1 Capt. of Volunteers, and 1 private.

2419-2-937-July 23, 1779: Top document. Fort Vincent issued 3 day ration for 3 volunteers. Names: Dan Murray.

2420-2-937-July 27, 1779: Center document. Joseph Bowman order at Fort Patrick Henry to Isaac Bowman to allow Monsieur Searsie? have 26 print blankets whereby he can exchange for some other articles that he needed.

2421-2-937-July 22, 1779: Bottom document. Lieut Col. John Montgomery request for 3 day rations for himself.

2422-2-938-939-July 28, 1779: Top document. Joseph Bowman order to Fort Patrick Henry commissary to issue 20 pounds of flour to Thomas McGee for his journey to the Falls of the Ohio.

2423-2-938-939-No date: Bottom document. Joseph Bowman order to Fort Patrick Henry

2423-2-938-939-No date-continued: commissary to issue 5 ells of blue coating and 2 blankets. Names: John Hawkins.

2324-2-940-941-July 23, 1779: Top left side document. Fort Patrick Henry commissary issued 2 day ration for 5 pack horse men. Names: Joseph Bowman, Isaac Bowman.

2425-2-940-941-July 22, 1779: Top right side document. Fort Patrick Henry issued 1 day mess ration for 3 officers of Capt. Jesse Evans. Names: Joseph Bowman.

2426-2-940-941-July 22, 1779: Bottom document. George Rogers Clark order 6 day rations for 29 indians, who went after deserters. Names: Moses Henry, who may have been indian agent of the Western Department, Lieut. Richard Brashear.

2427-2-942-943-July 22, 1779: List of recruiting expenses paid by State of Virginia to Lieut. John Bailey, who signed his name as Baley when receiving funds of $118 from George Rogers Clark at Fort Patrick Henry. There were no names listed and expenses were for [beverages]. Dates for purchasing of beverages were for May 18-June 31, 1779. There was reference for 3 men, who enlisted for 1 year and apparently more money was spent for beverages for them.

2428-2-944-945-July 1779: Bill of Exchange sent May 17, 1779 by George Rogers Clark from Kaskaskia to Oliver Pollock at New Orleans for payment to Pierre Godwin for sundry articles furnished state of Virginia. No. 79.

2429-2-946-949-July 25, 1779: Two page document written in French. Verso listed the document as Document 2429-2-946-949-July 25, 1779: "Williams & Brashear Muster & Pay Rolls May 1779." Statement directed to State of Virginia. Cannot identify many names except for: Pierre Marks?; Antoine Pamelin?; A Gambbey? ; Monsieur Gratiot; J. M. P. Zeora?;, Capt. Linetot, who was Indian agent. Reference to Col. Clark's envoy, Monsieur Mamian expedition, and a detachment of indians. Total expense was equal to $1,143.

BOX 618-FOLDER 31

VOUCHERS, JULY 1779

FRAMES #950-993

71 documents filmed on 43 frames.

2430-2-951-July 5, 1779: Top document. Bill of Exchange sent by William Shannon from Fort Clark to the Treasurer of Virginia to pay $ 123.00 to Monsieur Charles LaChapell for cartage furnished the Illinois troops.

2431-2-951-July 25, 1779: Bottom document. Fort Patrick Henry commissary issued 2 day provision for 2 men of Major Bowman's mess. Names: Joseph Bowman.

2432-2-952-953-July 9, 1779: Top document. George Rogers Clark order to Fort Vincent for ammunition of powder and lead for 42 men of Col. Benjamin Linn.

2433-2-952-953-July 8, 1779: Center document. George Rogers Clark order at Fort Vincent to issue powder and lead to troops.

2434-2-952-953-July 20, 1779: Bottom document. Joseph Bowman order at Fort Patrick Henry for 1 pound of candles for use of his co.

2435-2-954-955-July 29, 1779: Top document. Joseph Bowman order to Fort Patrick Henry quartermaster to give 500 nails to the boat master for repairing of boats.

2436-2-954-955-July 20, 1779: Center document. No. 50. Joseph Bowman order to Fort Patrick Henry quartermaster to give 60 nails to make a coffin for 1 dead man of Capt. Shelby Co.

2437-2-954-955-July 17, 1779: Bottom document. Surgeon or Doctor Rey was issued candles by the quartermaster for use of the hospital. Names: Joseph Bowman.

2438-2-956-July 27, 1779: Top document. Capt. Isaac Taylor request for 1 pound of candles and 1 quire of paper. Names: John Montgomery.

2439-2-956-July 26, 1779: Center document. Capt. James Shelby request for 1 pound of candles for use in his company. Names: Joseph Bowman.

2440-2-956-July 25, 1779: Bottom document. Capt. Robert Todd request for 1 pound of candles for himself and co. Names: Joseph Bowman.

2441-2-957-958-July 25, 1779: Top left document. Lieut. Thomas Wilson request for 1/2 pound of candles. Names: Joseph Bowman.

2442-2-957-958-July 22, 1779: Top right document. John Montgomery order to quartermaster to

2442-2-957-958-July 22, 1779-Continued: issue to his "boy" half a dozen of candles and 5 sheets of paper.

2443-2-957-958-July 16, 1779: Center document. Capt. Isaac Taylor request for 1 quire of paper for use of his co. Names: Joseph Bowman.

2444-2-957-958-cannot read: Bottom document. Very faded. John Montgomery order for issue of powder and lead.

2445-2-959-960-July 30, 1779: Top document. John Montgomery order to quartermaster to issue 24 rounds of ammunition each for W. Murrie and 2 who came with him.

2446-2-959-960-July 30, 1779: Center document. Quartermaster gave 44 flints to 22 men of Capt. Jesse Evans co. Names: John Montgomery.

2447-2-959-960-July 17, 1779: Bottom document. Capt. Jesse Evans received 4 guns? from John Reid. Names: Anthony Crockett.

2448-2-961-962-July 16, 1779: Top document. Capt. Edward Worthington was issued 1 quire of paper for use of his co. Names: Joseph Bowman.

2449-2-961-962-July 29, 1779: Center document. George Rogers Clark order to issue 500 nails to boat master.

2450-2-961-962-July 17, 1779: Bottom document. Lieut. J. Casbet requested quartermaster for half quire of paper for Capt. James Kelley co. Names: Joseph Bowman.

2451-2-963-964-July 17, 1779: Top document. Capt. Robert Todd request for 2 "stand of arms" [rifles], 2 cartridge boxes and 2 bayonets. Names: Joseph Bowman.

2452-2-963-964-July 27, 1779: Center document. John Brand was issued 1 gun by Fort Patrick Henry quartermaster. Names: Lieut. John Baley, John Montgomery.

2453-2-963-964-July 25, 1779: Bottom document. Quartermaster issued 1 quire of paper for use of Capt. John Williams co. Names: Joseph Bowman.

2454-2-965-966-July 16, 1779: Top document. Joseph Bowman was issued 1 quire of paper for his use by quartermaster.

2455-2-965-966-July 10, 1779: Center document. Quartermaster issued muskets to 5 men of Capt. Isaac Taylor co. Names: Joseph Bowman.

2456-2-965-966-July 15, 1779: Bottom document. Quartermaster issued Capt. James Shelby 1 quire of paper for use of his co.

2457-2-967-968 -July 10, 1779: Top document. Joseph Bowman order to quartermaster to issue 4 muskets, 4 cartridge boxes and 4 bayonets for use of Capt. Quirk's co.

2458-2-967-968-July 18, 1779: Center left side document. Quartermaster issued 1 quire of paper to Capt. Robert Todd. Names: Joseph Bowman.

2459-2-967-968-July 18, 1779: Center right side document. George Rogers Clark order to quartermaster to give powder, lead and beef to the Ottawa indians.

2460-2-967-968-July 18, 1779: Bottom document. Joseph Bowman order to deliver 1 gun and bayonet to Lester White of Lieut. John Bayley co. at Fort Patrick Henry.

2461-2-969-970-July 19, 1779: Top document. Fort Patrick Henry quartermaster issued 1 pound of candles for Capt. Thomas Quirk co.

2462-2-969-970-July 19, 1779: Center document. Capt. John Williams was issued powder, lead and gunflints for use of his co. Names: Joseph Bowman.

2463-2-969-970-July 19, 1779: Bottom document. Quartermaster issued 1 tarpaulin for use of Capt. James Shelby co.

2464-2-971-972-July 19, 1779: Top document. Joseph Bowman order to Fort Patrick Henry quartermaster to issue 4 pound of powder, 1 iron edge hammer, 1 pick ax to Monsieur Deplasme for his work for the state of Virginia.

2465-2-971-972-July 18, 1779: Second document. Joseph Bowman order to Fort Patrick Henry

2465-2-971-972-July 18, 1779-Continued: quartermaster to give 2 quires of paper to the judge advocate.

2466-2-971-972-July 20, 1779: Third document on left side. James Trube at Boonesboro received buffalo meat without bones for use of the troops from William Patterson.

2467-2-971-972-July 20, 1779: Next right side Document. James Trube received buffalo beef without bones from Benjamin Donway for use of the troops at Boonesboro.

2468-2-971-972-July 20, 1779: Bottom document. James Trube received 4 bushels of corn from Thomas Swarungame? for use of the troops at Boonesboro.

2469-2-973-974-July 19, 1779: Top document. Joseph Bowman order to Fort Patrick Henry quartermaster to give 150 nails to Daniel Durst for repairing a boat.

2470-2-973-974-July 19, 1779: Center document. Fort Patrick Henry quartermaster gave 1 iron ramrod to (?) Crane of Capt. Williams Co. Names: Lieut. Richard Brashear, Joseph Bowman.

2471-2-973-974-July 18, 1779: Bottom document. Joseph Bowman order to issue 5 cartridge boxes and flints? for use of Capt. Jesse Evans co.

2472-2-975-976-July 20, 1779: Top document. Quartermaster issued 1 quire of paper for use of Capt. Thomas Quirk co. Names: Joseph Bowman.

2473-2-975-976-July 21, 1779: Center document. Joseph Bowman order to Fort Patrick Henry quartermaster to issue half pound of powder and lead to Frank Funk for his voyage to the Falls of Ohio.

2474-2-975-976-July 27, 1779: Bottom document. George Rogers Clark order to issue powder and ball for Capt. Benjamin Linn company of volunteers.

2475-2-977-978-July 20, 1779: Top document. Joseph Bowman order to Fort Patrick Henry quartermaster to issue 1 cartridge box, 4 gun flints, 1 knife, 1 pound of powder and 2 pounds of lead.

2476-2-977-978-July 20, 1779: Center document. Joseph Bowman order to Fort Patrick Henry to give 1 pound of powder for man of Capt. Williams co.

2477-2-977-978-July 20, 1779: Bottom document. George Rogers Clark order to Fort Patrick Henry quartermaster for powder and flint? for 1 man of Capt. Abraham Kellar co.

2478-2-979-980-July 21, 1779: Top document. Joseph Bowman order to quartermaster to give 2 pounds of powder and 4 pounds of lead to W. Cowen for trip to the Falls of Ohio.

2479-2-979-980-July 22, 1779: Center document. Written in French. Doctor Rey was given powder, flint and lead. Names: Capt. James Shelby.

2480-2-979-980-July 22, 1779: Bottom document. Capt. Richard McCarty request for powder and ball for 6 men of his co. Names: Joseph Bowman.

2481-2-981-982-No date: Top document. Joseph Bowman request to quartermaster for 2 rounds of cartridges.

2482-2-981-982-July 22, 1779: Center document. Joseph Bowman order to Fort Patrick Henry quartermaster for 20 pounds of powder and lead for indians going on command.

2483-2-981-982-July 22, 1779: Bottom document. Fort Patrick Henry issued powder for 26 great cartridges for the boxes in the block houses.

2484-2-983-984-July 21, 1779: Top document. Joseph Bowman order to Fort Patrick Henry quartermaster for 1 pound of powder for Capt. James Shelby to "fire over dead man."

2485-2-983-984-July 22, 1779: Center document. Joseph Bowman ordered Fort Patrick Henry quartermaster for candles for Major Bowman and Capt. Williams.

2486-2-983-984-July 21, 1779: Bottom document. Fort Patrick Henry quartermaster issued 2 pounds

2486-2-983-984-July 21, 1779-continued: of sugar to Lieut. Chapline for the sick. Names: Joseph Bowman.

2487-2-985-986-July 21, 1779: Top document. Fort Patrick Henry quartermaster issued 1 pound of powder for men, who were going after deserters. Names: Joseph Bowman, Capt. Abraham Kellar.

2488-2-985-986-July 28, 1779: Center document. Capt. James Shelby request for 1 quire of paper for use of co. Names: John Montgomery.

2489-2-985-986-July 23, 1779: Bottom document. Quartermaster issued 26 pounds of lead, 13 pounds of powder, and 52 gun flints for Capt. Richard McCarty Illinois Battalion. Names: Joseph Bowman.

2490-2-987-988-July 22, 1779: Top document. Quartermaster issued 1 quire of paper for use of Capt. Jesse Evans co. Names: Joseph Bowman.

2491-2-987-988-July 26, 1779: Center document. Quartermaster issued powder and lead to Capt. Isaac Taylor co. Names: Joseph Bowman.

2492-2-987-988-July 25, 1779: Bottom document. Fort Patrick Henry quartermaster issued powder, lead, 30 flints and 3 guns for use of Capt. Robert George Co. Names: Lieut. Valentine Thomas Dalton of Illinois Artillery.

2493-2-989-990-July 27, 1779: Top document. Lieut. Col. John Montgomery order to quartermaster

2493-2-989-990-July 27, 1779-Continued: to give 20 large nails to Mr. Bond.

2494-2-989-990-July 26, 1779: Center document. Capt. Edward Worthington request for 1/4 pound of powder and 1/2 pound of lead for each of 26 men including 2 officers. Names: John Montgomery.

2495-2-989-990-July 26, 1779: Bottom document. Fort Patrick Henry issued 1 quire of paper for use of Sergeant Major James Drornpoob? Names: Joseph Bowman.

2496-2-991-992-No date: Top document. No. 79. Faded. Incomplete. Reference to obligation to be paid to Board of Indians and militia.

2497-2-991-992-July 26, 1779: Second document. Fort Patrick Henry issued ration of powder and lead for 22 men under the command of Col. Clark. Names: Lieut. Anthony Crockett, Joseph Bowman.

2498-2-991-992-No date: Bottom left side document. Faded. John Montgomery order to issue ammunition to Capt. Thomas Quirk men.

2499-2-991-992-July 30, 1779: Bottom right side document. George Rogers Clark order to issue ball. Names: John Montgomery.

2500-2-993-July 30, 1779: Top document. Faded. Quartermaster issued 1 quire of paper for use of Capt. Jesse Evans Co. Names: John Montgomery.

2501-2-993-July 28, 1779: Bottom document. Faded. Ration of 48 ? for use of Capt. Quirk's co. Names: John Montogmery, George Rogers Clark.

BOX 619-FOLDER 32

PAPERS, AUGUST 1 -5, 1779

FRAMES #994-1045

85 documents filmed 51 frames.

2502-2-995-996-August 1, 1779: Top document. Adam Poder? certified he received 334 rations from Peter Light for 334 days in service of U. S.

2503-2-995-997-August 5, 1779: Center document. John Montgomery order to Fort Patrick Henry quartermaster for 2 day rations for 2 spies. Verso incomplete words but has names of George Rogers Clark, David Boss and Samuel Boss.

2504-2-995-997-August 5, 1779: Bottom document. Lieut. Richard Prater request for 3 day rations for 2 interpreters.

2505-2-998-August 5, 1779: Top document. Dan Murray order to issue 2 day ration for 3 volunteers.

2506-2-998-August 5, 1779: Center document. Quartermaster issued 8 pounds of powder to gunner Daniel Baltin. Names: R. Harrison.

2507-2-998-August 4, 1779: Bottom document. Faded. John Montgomery order for provisions for

2507-2-998-August 4, 1779-Continued: 1 armour [armorbearer]

2508-2-999-August 5, 1779: Top document. David Rogers received beef from C. M. Laplaspy?

2509-2-999-August 5, 1779: Center document. John Montgomery order to Fort Patrick Henry commissary for 10 pounds of beef and flour for 3 officers mess of Capt. Jesse Evans.

2510-2-999-August 1, 1779: Bottom document. George Rogers Clark order to issue provisions for volunteers.

2511-2-1000-August 5, 1779: Top document. Capt. Isaac Taylor order for mess for 2 of men.

2512-2-1000-August 5, 1779: Center document. John Montgomery request for 6 pounds of beef and flour.

2513-2-1000-August 4, 1779: Bottom document. John Montgomery order for 2 day ration for 1 armour [armorbearer].

2514-2-1001-1002-August 5, 1779: Top document. Capt. Robert Todd request to Fort Patrick Henry for 2 day mess provision. Names: John Montgomery.

2515-2-1001-1002-August 5, 1779: Center document. George Rogers Clark order for 8 pounds of beef for his mess.

2516-2-1001-1002-August 5, 1779: Bottom document. John Montgomery order to commissary for 2 day ration for 5 pack horse men. Names: Isaac Bowman.

2517-2-1003-No date: Top document. Incomplete. Three rations. Reference to gun powder.

2518-2-1003-No date: Bottom left side document. Incomplete. Reference to discharge for John Williams. Names: (?) Bowman.

2519-2-1003-No date: Bottom right side document. 24 rations.

2520-2-1004-August 5, 1779: Top document. James Homes was owed 55 shillings for 11 days of work for the state of Virginia and was to be paid from the public stores. Names: Capt. Isaac Bowman, Capt. Abraham Kellar.

2521-2-1004-August 5, 1779: Center document. John Montgomery order for rations for 20 sick men and Surgeon Rey.

2522-2-1004-August 4, 1779: Bottom document. Leonard Helm, Superintendent of Indian affairs certified Monsieur Mana had served as an interpreter at Fort Vincent. Signed by George Rogers Clark.

2523-2-1005-1006-August 4, 1779: Top document. George Rogers Clark order to quartermaster or conductor of the country store to issue 3 blankets for John Montgomery.

2524-2-1005-1006-August 4, 1779: Center document. Quartermaster John Reid certified Joseph Smith had made 9 pair of fetters for use of the state of Virginia and was paid by 2 blankets and 1 ell of cloth. Names: George Rogers Clark.

2525-2-1005-1006-August 4, 1779: Bottom document. George Rogers Clark order to commissary for 1 quart of salt and 2 pounds of grease for my horses.

2526-2-1007-1008-August 1, 1779: Top document. Leonard Helm order to give Monsieur Voudray? corn for the [Illinois] indians.

2527-2-1007-1008-August 1, 1779: Center left side document. Incomplete. Reference to 16 rations.

2528-2-1007-1008-August 5, 1779: Center right side document. Lieut. Richard Clark request for 40 rations for Col. George Rogers Clark mess and 4 servants.

2529-2-1007-1008-August 4, 1779: Bottom document. Henry Crutcher received 390 pounds of flour from Capt. Lancee? for use of the troops at Fort Clark garrison. Verso has reference to Illinois and P. Kennedy.

2530-2-1009-1010-August 5, 1779: Top document. Leonard Helm received note for $354 from Col.

2530-2-1009-1010-August 5, 1779-Continued: George Rogers Clark and his agreement to repay.

2531-2-1009-1010-August 4, 1779: Bottom document. John Montgomery order to Fort Patrick Henry commissary to issue 3 day provisions to Samuel Sills for 3 day service as French interpreter.

2532-2-1011-August 4, 1779: Top document. John Green Boat Master requested 4 day rations at Fort Patrick Henry. Names: Capt. Robert George.

2533-2-1011-No date: Bottom document. Incomplete. Sam Allen's name is listed 3 times.

2534-2-1012-August 3, 1779: Top document. John Montgomery order for 3 day mess ration for Capt. Robert Todd.

2535-2-1012-August 4, 1779: Center document. John Montgomery order for 5 day ration for 1 man.

2536-2-1012-August 3, 1779: Bottom document. John Montgomery order for beef for himself.

2537-2-1013-August 10, 1779: Top document. John Montgomery received a state of Virginia horse from Isaac Bowman, horse master.

2538-2-1013-August 2, 1779: Center document. Capt. Robert Todd request at Fort Patrick Henry for a mess for 4 in his co.

2539-2-1013-August 3, 1779: Bottom document. John Montgomery order to Fort Patrick Henry for 2 day ration for 2 spies.

2540-2-1014-1015-August 3, 1779: Top document. Capt. Jesse Evans request for 10 pounds of beef and 14 pounds of flour for his mess for 3 officers. Names: John Montgomery.

2541-2-1014-1015-August 3, 1779: Center document. Capt. John Williams request for 11 pounds of beef.

2542-2-1014-1015-August 4, 1779: Bottom document. John Montgomery request for 2 day ration for 4 artificers.

2543-2-1016-August 3, 1779: Top document. George Rogers Clark order to commissary for 2 day ration for his bowman, servants and 4 men.

2544-2-1016-August 3, 1779: Bottom left side document. John Montgomery request for 2 day ration for 2 artificers.

2545-2-1016-August 4, 1779: Bottom right side document. Dan Murray order to give 3 day ration for 3 volunteers.

2546-2-1017-August ? 1779: Top document. Faded. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Patrick Henry commissary for ration for Capt. Murray?, who was going to New Orleans.

2547-2-1017-August ? 1779: Center document. Faded. Lieut. James Robertson request to commissary for ration for artificer.

2548-2-1017-August 3, 1779: Bottom document. Fort St. Vinson commissary issued 3 day ration for 5 pack horse men. Names: Isaac Bowman, John Montgomery.

2549-2-1018-1019-August 2, 1779: Top document. Faded document with ink spots. John Montgomery and Lieut. Thomas Wilson order for ration of blanket, flour etc. Verso has some names marked out. Names: (?) Stafford, (?) Albemarle, (?) Flaslin.

2550-2-1018-1019-August 28, 1779: Bottom document. Quartermaster J. Fenn received 2 loads of wood for use of Fort Clark garrison from Monsieur Lachance.

2551-2-1020-August 4, 1779: Top document. Faded. Lieut. James Robertson order to Fort Patrick Henry commissary for 2 day provision for 1 artificer.

2552-2-1020-August 5, 1779: Center document. Capt. John Williams order to quartermaster for 5 blankets, 1 quire of paper and tobacco. Names: George Rogers Clark.

2553-2-1020-August 2, 1779: Bottom document. John Montgomery order for 2 day ration for 5 artificers.

2554-2-1021-August 3, 1779: Top document. Faded. William Shannon order to Fort Patrick Henry commissary for 3 day ration of flour for 4 officers of the staff.

2555-2-1021-August 3, 1779: Bottom document. Joseph Bowman order to Fort Patrick Henry commissary for 2 day ration for Major Bowman mess for 2 men.

2556-2-1022-August 2, 1779: Top document. Capt. Edward Worthington order for 2 day ration for 1 war prisoner.

2557-2-1022-August 2, 1779: Bottom document. Faded. Capt. Robert George order for 1 capt on command.

2558-2-1023-August 1, 1779: Top document. John Montgomery order for 1 pound of beef and flour.

2559-2-1023-August 1, 1779: Center document. John Montgomery order to Fort Patrick Henry for 2 day ration for 2 spies.

2560-2-1023-August 3, 1779: Bottom document. Lieut. Thomas Wilson order at Fort Patrick Henry for 3 day ration for 1 washwoman.

2561-2-1024-August 1, 1779: Top document. Dan Murray order to commissary for 2 day ration for 3 volunteers.

2562-2-1024-August 1, 1779: Center document. William Shannon order to Fort Patrick Henry commissary 2 day ration for 4 staff officers.

2563-2-1024-August 1, 1779: Bottom document. Fort Patrick Henry commissary issued 2 day ration for 5 pack horse men. Names: Isaac Bowman, Horse master, John Montgomery.

2565-2-1025-August 1, 1779: Top document. Capt. Isaac Taylor request for ration of beef and flour for his mess.

2566-2-1025-August 1, 1779: Center document. John Hawkins order for George Rogers Clark to issue to his bowman and servant 2 day ration for 4 men.

2567-2-1025-August 1, 1779: Bottom document. Very faded. Capt. Isaac Taylor request to commissary for 7 day mess ration.

2568-2-1026-August 1, 1779: Top document. John Montgomery order at Fort Patrick Henry for 2 day rations for 2 artificers of Capt. Evans co.

2569-2-1026-August 1, 1779: Center document. Lieut. Thomas Wilson request for 2 day ration of beef and flour.

2570-2-1026-August 1, 1779: Bottom document. Joseph Bowman order to commissary for 2 day ration for 2 men of Major Bowman mess.

2571-2-1027-1028-August 1, 1779: Top document. Faded. Capt. John Williams order for 10 pounds of beef be given to his "boman".

2572-2-1027-1028-August 1, 1779: Center document. Written in French. Names; (?) Lenotot? Reference to rations for volunteers.

2573-2-1027-1028-August 1, 1779: Bottom document. Capt. Robert Todd and George Rogers Clark order to Fort Patrick Henry commissary for 8 rations of beef and flour for Todd's mess.

2574-2-1029-August 1, 1779: Top document. John Montgomery order at Fort Patrick Henry for 2 day ration for indian interpreters, Drouart and Jaco.

2575-2-1029-August 2, 1779: Bottom document. Horse master Isaac Bowman by order for Col. Clark issued horses owned by state of Virginia to Isaac Taylor and Joseph Calvert.

2576-2-1030-1031-August 5, 1779: Top document. William Shannon order to Fort Patrick Henry commissary to issue 2 day provision for 4 officers and 1 waiter.

2577-2-1030-1031-August 5, 1779: Bottom document. Joseph Bowman order to Fort Patrick Henry

2577-2-1030-1031-August 5, 1779-Continued: commissary to issue 2 day mess provision for 2 men Major Bowman.

2578-2-1032-1033-August 4, 1779: Top document. John Montgomery order to Fort Patrick Henry commissary to issue tobacco for 2 officers to J. Price.

2579-2-1032-1033-August 1, 1779: Bottom document. George Rogers Clark order to give Surgeon Rey 6 blankets for the hospital.

2580-2-1034-August 6, 1779: John Montgomery order at Fort Patrick Henry for 2 day rations for 2 artificers of Capt. Evans.

2581-2-1035-1038-August 1, 1779: Faded. Duplicate of same document. Audit of provisions and sundry at Fort Patrick Henry certified by Capt. [Leonard] Helm. Vouchers 139-208 and No. 245, 246, and 247. Names listed were Monsieur Legrass, (?) Hurberdian, (?) Chapeton, (?) LeAurse, (?) Bosseron, (?) Renault, (?) Gilbert, (?) Corneyor, (?) Amanian, (?) Lefontaine (?) Paulhers?, Moses Henry, and Major Legra. One reference to a survey.

2582-2-1039-1041-August 3, 1779: Faded. Duplicate of same document. Horse master Isaac Bowman by order of Col. Clark issued horses belonging to state of Virginia to Evan Kelley, James Montgomery, Jesse Evans and John Williams.

2583-2-1042-1043-August 1, 1779: "General return of provisions for the troops stationed at Fort Patrick Henry under the command of Col. George Rogers Clark for two days commencing 1 August 1779." Signed by John Reid and George Rogers Clark. Statistical chart for number of persons by

2583-2-1042-1043-August 1, 1779-Continued: categories of Field Officers, Commissioned Officers, Staff Officers, Non commissioned Officers, Privates, those sick in hospital and Prisoners of War for companies of Captains: Robert George, John Williams, Thomas Quirk, Jesse Evans, James Shelby, Robert Todd, Isaac Taylor, Richard McCarty, Edward Worthington and Abraham Keller. There were 19 in hospital, 5 prisoners of war and a total of 292 listed in the report. There were 6 wash women, 1 butcher, 10 bullock guard, 7 gunners, 14 volunteers, 5 sick in barracks, and 7 confined. Some of the special officers were 1 doctor, 1 adjutant and 2 ensign.

2584-2-1044-August 5, 1779: "General return of provisions for the troops stationed at Fort Patrick Henry under the command of Col. George Rogers Clark for two days commencing the 5th August 1779." Signed by John Reid and George Rogers Clark. Statistical chart for number of persons by categories of Field Officers, Commissioned Officers, Staff Officers, Non commissioned Officers, Privates and Prisoners of War for companies of Captains: Robert George, John Williams, Thomas Quirk, Jesse Evans, James Shelby, Robert Todd, Isaac Taylor, Richard McCarty, Edward Worthington and Abraham Kellar. There were 276 listed in the report with 7 prisoners of war, 11 volunteers, 6 women, 6 sick in barracks, 1 butcher, 26 sergeants, 1 adjutant, 1 doctor, 5 gunners, and 3 bullock guard.

2585-2-1045-August 3, 1779: "General return of provisions for the troops stationed at Fort Patrick Henry under the command of Col. George Rogers Clark for two days commencing August the 3rd 1779." Signed by John Reid and George Rogers Clark. Statistical chart for number of persons by categories of Field Officers, Commissioned Officers, Staff Officers, Non commissioned Officers, and Privates for companies of Captains: George, Williams, Quirk, Evans, Shelby, Todd, Taylor, McCarty, Worthington and Kellar. There were 4 prisoners of war. The report listed 272 including 8 sick in barracks, 2 sick in hospital, 6 wash women, 6 volunteers, 1 doctor, 3 drummers, 1 fifer, and 1 adjutant.

BOX 619-FOLDER 33

PAPERS, AUGUST 1779

FRAMES #1046-1149

147 documents filmed on 103 frames.

2586-2-1047-August 12, 1779: Top document. No. 153. George Rogers Clark and Conductor General William Shannon Bill of Exchange for $400 was sent to the Treasurer of Virginia for payment to Monsieur Francois Bosseron for items for the troops belonging to the Commonwealth of Virginia at Fort Patrick Henry.

2587-2-1047-August 12, 1779: Bottom document. No. 155. George Rogers Clark and Conductor General William Shannon Bill of Exchange for $3,803 was sent to the Treasurer of Virginia for payment to Monsieur Francois Bosseron for provisions furnished the Troops of the Commonwealth of Virginia at Fort Patrick Henry.

2588-2-1048-1049-August 6, 1779: Top document. Conductor General William Shannon certified Shadrick Bond had worked as an artificer for 49 days from June 17, 1779 -August 6, 1779 at the rate of $1.00 per day and was entitled to draw goods out of any store belonging to the Commonwealth of Virginia. George Rogers Clark order to Capt. Isaac Bowman to issue goods out of the store to the amount of the certificate.

2589-2-1048-1049-August 5, 1779: Bottom document. Lieut. Valentine Thomas Dalton order to commissary John Marney to issue 1 dozen pound tallow for use of Capt. George Company of Artillery.

2590-2-1050-1053-August 1779: Col. George Rogers Clark signed orders for Fort Patrick Henry for August 1779. Copy of order. Four pages. Microfilm copies are not in order. Capt. Linctot was to appoint an adjutant for the upper part of the Mississippi in the Indian Department near the Doys plains [Des Plaines]. Col. Montgomery, the Commanding Officer for

2590-2-1050-1053-August 1779-Continued: the time being was to first approve the appointment. Capt. Robert Todd was to be joined by Capt. Evans co., Lieut. Dalton Artillery and Ensign Slaughter and these artillery officers who were at different posts and garrisons were to take charge of the artillery stores belonging to that department. Major Joseph Bowman was to direct recruitment and the recruiting officers: Capt. Quirk, Evans, Taylor, Worthington and Kellar and Lieut. Roberts, Crocket, Ramsay. Calvert along with Ensign Montgomery were to make report to him and receive orders and instructions.

Capt. Robert George and Lieut. Robertson of the Artillery were to go with the Commander and chief to the Falls of Ohio, where the Headquarters was to be established. Capt. Leonard Helm was to serve as Indian agent at Fort Patrick Henry and the department of Wabache [Wabash]. Monsieur Gramilean of Auyas was "to fall under his dept." and to make reports to Headquarters at the Falls of Ohio or to Lieut. Col. Montgomery at Kaskaskia or other commanding officers for the time being. Gramilean was to receive instructions from [Col. Clark] or any other superior officers. Capt. Lenetot, Indian agent for the Illinois River and all the western side of said River to the east of the Mississippi River was to received orders and make reports to Col. Montgomery, who was the commanding the Illinois at Kaskaskia or other officers for the time.

2591-2-1052-1053-August 6, 1779: Bottom document. Joseph Bowman order to Fort Patrick Henry to issue tobacco for the use of Capt. Thomas Quirk co.

2592-2-1054-1056-August 14, 1779: Top document. Faded. Duplicate copy. Reference to 100 ells of blue cloth at Fort Clark. Names: Henry Crutcher, Monsieur Lauthe, John Debruch.

2593-2-1054-1056-August 1, 1779: Center left hand document. Faded. Duplicate copy. Commissary at the Illinois issued provisions. Names: Capt. Robert George, John Eliott, Capt. Merian on command from New Orleans.

2594-2-1054-1056-August 6, 1779: Center right side document. Duplicate copy. John Marney gave 2 beef hides to Horse master Isaac Bowman to make halters and lash ropes for use of the pack horses at Fort Patrick Henry.

2595-2-1054-1056-August 6, 1779: Bottom document. Duplicate copy. George Rogers Clark approval to issue blue strode and blankets at Fort Patrick Henry for use of Capt. Jesse Evans co.

2596-2-1057-1058-August 6, 1779: Fort Patrick Henry Conductor General William Shannon certified Abraham Cox had worked as an artificer for 45 days from June 21, 1779 to August 6, 1779 at the rate of 5 shillings a day and was entitled to draw goods from the store belonging to the commonwealth of Virginia. George Rogers Clark order to Capt. Isaac Bowman to issue goods to the amount of the certificate.

2597-2-1059-1060-August 6, 1779: Top document. Conductor General William Shannon certified John Hazard work 14 days as a carpenter from May 5, 1779-May 18, 1779 at 5 shillings per day under the command of Capt. Kellar and was entitled to receive goods for payment. George Rogers Clark order to Capt. Isaac Bowman to issue merchandize within the amount of the certificate.

2598-2-1061-August 6, 1779: Top document. John Williams and John Montgomery request for 50 pounds of beef and 40 pounds of flour in order to make biscuits to take to Kaskaskia.

2599-2-1061-August 7, 1779: Bottom document. James Patten request for 8 pounds of powder, 16 pounds of lead and 22 flints for ammunition ration for Lieut. McGary for 31 men on return trip from Post Vincent.

2600-2-1062-1063-August 6, 1779: Top document. Faded. Leonard Helm, Indian Agent at Fort Patrick Henry order to commissary to provide 120 rations for Monsieur Antoine Gamlind [Gramilean] for the Auyas and 5 men for 20 days for [trip] to Fort Vincent.

2601-2-1062-1063-August 7, 1779: Center document. James Patten request for ammunition ration for 3 men of Capt. William Harrod co.

2602-2-1062-1063-August 7, 1779: Bottom document. Capt. Edward Worthington order to commissary Daniel Black for 2 day provision for 1 volunteer in his co.

2603-2-1064-August 7, 1779: Top left side document. James Patten request for powder and lead for 1 man in Capt. Todd co.

2604-2-1064-August 6, 1779: Top right side document. Lieut. James Robertson order to Fort Patrick Henry commissary for 2 day ration.

2605-2-1064-August 8, 1779: Center document. Capt. Jesse Evans order for 10 pounds of flour and 10 pounds of beef for 3 officer mess of his co.

2606-2-1064-August 7, 1779: Bottom document. Commissary issued 2 day ration for 5 pack horse men at Fort Vinson. Names: Isaac Bowman, Horse master.

2607-2-1065-1066-August 7, 1779: Top document. Major Joseph Bowman order to Ft. Vinson commissary

2607-2-1065-1066-August 7, 1779-Continued: for 2 day mess ration for 2 men.

2608-2-1065-1066-August 8, 1779: Center document. Joseph Bowman order to Fort Patrick Henry commissary for 2 day ration for the bullock master.

2609-2-1065-1066-August 8, 1779: Bottom document. Faded. Lieut. James Robertson order to 3 rations of beef and flour for 1 artificer.

2610-2-1067-August 8, 1779: Top document. John Montgomery order for 10 pounds of beef for march to Kaskaskia.

2611-2-1067-August 7, 1779: Center document. William Shannon request to Fort Patrick Henry commissary for 2 day ration for 4 officers and 1 private.

2612-2-1067-August 7, 1779: Bottom document. Faded. Fort Patrick Henry issued mess ration for Capt. Robert Todd co. Names: John Montgomery.

2613-2-1068-1069-August 7, 1779: Top document. John Montgomery order for 6 pounds of beef and 6 pounds of flour for his use.

2614-2-1068-1069-August 10, 1779: Center document. John Montgomery order for 4 day ration for 3 artificers.

2615-2-1068-1069-August 7, 1779: Bottom document. Capt. Isaac Taylor order for 1 day ration for Lucaton?

2616-2-1070-1071-August 7, 1779: Top document. Joseph Bowman order to issue rations to Surgeon Rey for 19 sick men.

2617-2-1070-1071-August 7, 1779: Center left side document. Dan Murray order to commissary to give 2 day rations for 3 volunteers.

2618-2-1070-1071-August 8, 1779: Center right side document. Richard Clark order for 40 rations for use of Col. Clark.

2619-2-1070-1071-August 8, 1779: Bottom document. Capt. Robert George order for 2 day ration for Capt. Herian on command from New Orleans.

2620-2-1072-1073-August 7, 1779: Top document. John Montgomery order for 10 pounds of flour and beef for 3 officer mess of Capt. Jesse Evans.

2621-2-1072-1073-August 8, 1779: Center document. Henry Crutcher received 40 pounds of flour from Sam Bourias?

2622-2-1072-1073-August 9, 1779: Bottom left side document. John Montgomery order to issue 2 day ration for 1 artificer.

2623-2-1072-1073-August 7, 1779: Bottom right side document. Fort Patrick Henry issued 50 pounds of flour for Major McCarty, Lieut. Perault and guards for voyage to Kaskaskia. Names: John Montgomery, J. Girault.

2624-2-1074-1075-August 7, 1779: Top document. Joseph Bowman order at Fort Patrick Henry for 2 day ration for 2 spies.

2625-2-1074-1075-August 9, 1779: Center document. James Shelby and Capt. Isaac Taylor order for corn to [feed] the state's horses.

2626-2-1074 -1075-August 8, 1779: Bottom document. Lieut. Joseph Calvit request for beef for his mess.

2627-2-1076-August 9, 1779: Top document. Richard Harrison order at Fort Clark to issue Mr. James Shaw coffee and sugar rations.

2628-2-1076-August 9, 1779: Center document. Capt. Jesse Evans request for 4 pounds of flour to make biscuits for 3 officers trip to Illinois.

2629-2-1076-August 7, 1779: Bottom document. John Montgomery order for 3 day ration for 1 [armor bearer].

2630-2-1077-1078-August 10, 1779: Top document. List of provisions for Capt. George Co. of artillery for 2 days-Aug. 9-10, 1779 at Fort Patrick Henry. Signed by

2630-2-1077-1078-August 10, 1779-Continued: Lieut. James Robertson. There were 35 persons including 2 gunners, 1 drummer, 1 fifer, 1 bowman, and 1 wash woman.

2631-2-1077-1078-August 10, 1779: Bottom document. Joseph Bowman order to Fort Vinson to issue 2 day ration for his boman [bowman].

2632-2-1079-August 10, 1779: Top document. John Montgomery order at Fort Patrick Henry for 2 day provision for 2 spies.

2633-2-1079-August 10, 1779: Center document. John Montgomery order for rations for 24 men of Capt. McCarty.

2634-2-1079-August 9, 1779: Bottom document. John Baly request at Falls of Ohio for half pound of powder for 1 man on his way to Opost to join his co. Names: James Patten.

2635-2-1080-1081-August 9, 1779: Top document. William Shannon order to commissary for 2 day mess for conductor general, 3 officers and 1 private.

2636-2-1080-1081-August 10, 1779: Bottom left side document. Faded. Fort Patrick Henry commissary issued rations for artificer. Names: Robert Elliott, Capt. Robert George.

2637-2-1080-1081-August 10, 1779: Bottom right side document. Lieut. James Robertson request for 2

2637-2-1080-1081-August 10, 1779-Continued: day ration for 1 artificer at Fort Patrick Henry.

2638-2-1082-1083-August 10, 1779: Top document. Fort Vinson commissary issued 2 day ration for 5 pack horse men. Names: Isaac Bowman, Horse Master.

2639-2-1082-1083-August 9, 1779: Bottom document. List of rations issued for Capt. James Shelby company for August 9 and 10, 1779. There were 32 rations issued for 16 persons including 1 volunteer, 1 bowman and 9 rank and file.

2640-2-1084-1085-August 10, 1779: Top document. Joseph Bowman order for 16 rations for surgeon Rey and sick soldiers.

2641-2-1084-1085-August 9, 1779: Center document. List of rations issued for Capt. Thomas Quirk company at Fort Patrick Henry. There were 52 rations issued for 26 persons including 17 rank and file.

2642-2-1084-1085-August 9, 1779: Bottom document. List of rations issued for Capt. Isaac Taylor company under command of Capt. James Shelby . There were 19 persons including 15 rank and file.

2643-2-1086-August 9, 1779: Top document. List of rations for Capt. Evans company for 2 days at Fort Patrick Henry. There were 23 persons including 13 in rank and file. Names: Capt. James Shelby.

2644-2-1086-August 9, 1779: Bottom document. Very faded. List of rations issued for Capt. John Williams company. Difficult to determine rank and file and number of officers.

2645-2-1087-August 10, 1779: Top document. Capt. Abraham Kellar order at Fort Patrick Henry for 2 horns of powder, 4 pounds of flour for himself, and Ensign Montgomery, who were going on journey to the Falls of Ohio. Names: Joseph Bowman.

2646-2-1087-August 9, 1779: Bottom document. Provisions issued for Capt. Robert Todd company consisting of 13 persons.

2647-2-1088-1089-August 10, 1779: Joseph Bowman request for 20 pounds of flour, 2 small sand bags to carry provisions for himself and bowman for voyage to the Falls of Ohio.

2648-2-1090-1091-May 31, 1779: Monthly abstract of provisions issued by Adam Bingeman at Fort Patrick Henry for May of 1779. Lieut. Richard Brashear and George Rogers Clark certified the abstract and vouchers were as specified for troops, prisoners and others. There were 2,066 rations issued. Items listed were 2,108 pounds of flour, 1,000 pounds of indian meal, 3,099 pounds of beef, and 296 gills of salt. No. 3.

2649-2-1092-1093-March 31, 1779: Monthly abstract of provisions issued by Adam Bingeman at Fort Patrick Henry for March of 1779. George Rogers Clark certified the provisions issued for troops, prisoners, indians and others. There were 6,998 rations issued. Items were 3,304 pounds of flour, 3,623 pounds of indian meal, 2,264 quarts of corn, 6,466 pounds of pork, 984 pounds of beef, 1,015 pounds of butter, 1,000 gills of salt, 6,571 gills of taffia and 59 quarts of peas. No. 1.

2650-2-1094-1095-July 31, 1779: Monthly abstract of provisions issued by Adam Bingeman at Fort Patrick Henry for July of 1779. George Rogers Clark and Lieut. Richard Brashear certified the report for provisions issued for troops, prisoners and others. No. 5. There were 2,899 rations issued and extra of flour, corn tallow, beef, salt and grease to the indians. Items issued were flour, indian meal, beef, salt, taffia and peas.

2651-2-1096-1097-August 10, 1779: Top document. George Rogers Clark request for 30 pounds of flour for his mess.

2652-2-1096-1097-August 10, 1779: Center document. Joseph Bowman order to commissary for 10 pounds of flour for Robert Searse 's voyage to the Falls of Ohio.

2653-2-1096-1097-August 10, 1779: Bottom left side document. Robert Elliott order to commissary to issue rations for Capt. Zane's volunteers going to the Falls of Ohio.

2654-2-1096-1097-August 10, 1779: Bottom right side document. Capt. James Shelby order to give ration of flour to Lieut. Conrad on his trip to Falls of Ohio.

2655-2-1098-1099-August 10, 1779: Top document. List of provisions issued for 2 days for Capt. [Jesse] Evans company consisting 22.

2656-2-1098-1099-August 11, 1779: Center document. Capt. James Shelby order for 2 day rations for 5 artificers.

2657-2-1098-1099-August 11, 1779: Bottom document. Capt. James Shelby order for 2 day mess ration for 4 in his company.

2658-2-1100-August 14, 1779: Top left side document. Faded. Capt. James Shelby order for 2 day officers mess.

2659-2-1100-August 11, 1779: Top right side document. Faded. Mess ration for Capt. Montgomery, Ensign Montgomery, and John Williams.

2660-2-1100-August 11, 1779: Center left side document. Capt. Robert George and Lieut. Robert Elliott order to Fort Patrick Henry commissary for 2 day rations for an officer on command from New Orleans.

2661-2-1100-August ?, 1779: Center right side document. Faded. Leonard Helm order for rations.

2662-2-1100-August 11, 1779: Bottom document. Capt. Jesse Evans order for 10 pounds of flour and beef for the his officers mess of 3. Names: James Shelby.

2663-2-1101-1102-August 9, 1779: Top document. List of rations for Capt. John Williams company at Fort Patrick Henry for 7 persons for 2 days.

2664-2-1101-1102-August 12, 1779: Center document. Joseph Bowman order to commissary for 2 day ration for himself and 2 men.

2665-2-1101-1102-August 11, 1779: Bottom document. Capt. James Shelby order at Fort Patrick Henry for 2 day ration for Capt. Williams company.

26666-2-1103-August 11, 1779: Top document. Fort Patrick Henry commissary issued 2 day ration for 1 pack horse man. Names: Isaac Bowman, Horse master.

2667-2-1103-August 11, 1779: Center document. Capt. Jesse Evans order to Fort Patrick Henry commissary for 6 day ration for 1 man of his company for a journey to the Falls of Ohio. Names: Capt. James Shelby.

2668-2-1103-August 11, 1779: Bottom document. Capt. Shelby order for rations for men of Capt. Kellar and Capt. Worthington companies for 3 days.

2669-2-1104-August 12, 1779: Top document. William Shannon request for rations for 4 officers and 1 private.

2670-2-1104-August 11, 1779: Center document. Richard Harrison order to quarter master for 1 quire of paper for Col. Clark.

2671-2-1104-August 10, 1779 Bottom document. James Patten order to provide 1/4 pound of powder to each man of Capt. May company.

2672-2-1105-August 10, 1779: Top document. Capt. James Shelby order at Fort Patrick Henry for ration for 10 days for 1 armour [armorbearer].

2673-2-1105-August 11, 1779: Center document. George Rogers Clark order to issue 4 pounds of flour to Mr. Hawkins and 15 pounds of flour for himself.

2674-2-1105-August 10, 1779: Bottom document. John Montgomery order for ration for 1 armor bearer of Capt. Williams company.

2675-2-1106-1107-August 11, 1779: Top document. Leonard Helm order for 15 pounds of beef and 20 pounds of flour for 1 of the party that returned the prisoners at Fort Patrick Henry.

2676-2-1106-1107-August 10, 1779: Center document. Faded. Valentine Thomas Dalton request for ration for 1 man of ? company.

2677-2-1106-1107-August 10, 1779: Bottom document. Capt. Robert Elliot order for ration for 1 volunteer. Names: M. Blackford, Capt. Robert George.

2678-2-1108-August 11, 1779: Top document. List of rations issued for Capt. James Shelby company of 19.

2679-2-1108-August 11, 1779: Bottom document. List of rations issued for Capt. Robert George company of artillery. There were 35 persons including 1 wash woman, 1 butcher, 22 montross [matross], who were next in rank below the gunner in an artillery company or who acted as an assistant, and 2 gunners.

2680-2-1109-No date: Top document. Capt. James Shelby order to boat master for 2 day ration for 2 days. Names: John Green

2681-2-1109-August 12, 1779: Second document. Commissary issued corn for horses. Names: Capt. Isaac Taylor, John Montgomery.

2682-2-1109-August 12, 1779: Third document. Quartermaster John Reid order to commissary to allow Lieut William have 10 pounds of tallow to exchange for soap.

2683-2-1109-August 13, 1779: Bottom document. Richard Harrison order to Fort Clark quartermaster to give powder to Daniel Baltin, gunner.

2684-2-1110-August 13, 1779: Top document. List of rations issued at Fort Patrick Henry for Capt. Robert Todd company of 12.

2685-2-1110-August 13, 1779: Center document. Capt. James Shelby request for 12 pounds of beef or his mess.

2686-2-1110-August 10, 1779: Bottom document. List of rations issued for men of Capt. James Shelby company.

2687-2-1111-1113-August 12, 1779: Top document. George Rogers Clark order to commissary for beef for his use. Names: John Hawkins.

2688-2-1111-1113-August 13, 1779: Center document. Duplicate. Ration for 2 day for 2 men of Capt. Worthington company at Fort Patrick Henry. Names: Sergeant John Wilson, Capt. James Shelby.

2689-2-1111-1113-August 13, 1779: Bottom document. Duplicate. Capt. James Shelby order to commissary to issue 20 pounds of grease for use of his company.

2690-2-1114-1115-August 12, 1779: Top document. List of rations issued to 19 persons in Capt. James Shelby co. at Fort Patrick Henry.

2691-2-1114-1115-August 13, 1779: Bottom document. Rations issued 32 persons in Capt. Robert George company of artillery at Fort Patrick Henry. There were 1 wash woman, 20 matross, 1 butcher, 2 gunners. Names: Valentine Thomas Dalton.

2692-2-1116-1117-August 10, 1779: Top document. Capt. James Shelby order for rations for 2 men of Col. Clark.

2693-2-1116-1117-August 14, 1779: Second document. John Montgomery received corn to feed horses.

2694-2-1116-1117-August ?, 1779: Third document. Very faded. concerns rations. Verso has references 6 pairs of buttons, 2 gilt buttons, linen.

2695-2-1116-1117-August 16, 1779: Bottom document. Fort Patrick Henry issued rations to Capt. Quirk

2695-2-1116-1117-August 16, 1779-Continued company. Names: James Shelby, Joseph Ramsey.

2696-2-1118-August 13, 1779: Top document. Written in French. Rations issued to Surgeon Rey for sick.

2697-2-1118-August 13, 1779: Bottom document. Rations issued for company of Capt. James Shelby for 2 days. Names: Henry Crutcher.

2698-2-1119-August 14, 1779: Top document. James Patten request for ammunition ration of powder and lead for 1 man of Capt. James Harrod company for his trip from Opost to Boonnesboro.

2699-2-1119-August 14, 1779: Center document. Ration of beef and flour requested by Capt. James Shelby.

2700-2-1119-August 10, 1779: Bottom document. Capt. James Shelby request for 2 day ration for 4 officers and 2 bowman.

2701-2-1120-August 13, 1779: Top document. William Shannon order to commissary to issue half a bushel of corn.

2702-2-1120-August 13, 1779: Bottom document. William Shannon order to Fort Patrick Henry commissary for 2 day provision for 1 private and 3 officers.

2703-2-1121-1122-May 30, 1779: Pay roll for Major Joseph Bowman of the Illinois Regiment under the command of Col. G. R. Clark commencing Dec. 14, 1778 and ending May 30, 1779. Not a list or soldiers but amount of money spent for soldiers for each month. Mention of Illinois battalion.

2704-2-1123-August 14, 1779: Top document. Faded. Ration list for Capt. Kellar company for 2 days. Names: Capt. James Shelby.

2705-2-1123-August 14, 1779: Bottom document. John Montgomery request for half bushel of corn to feed horses at Fort Patrick Henry.

2706-2-1124-August 16, 1779: Top document. Ration list for Capt. George company of artillery of 37 persons including 2 negroes, 23 matross, 1 woman, 2 gunners, etc.

2707-2-1124-August 15, 1779: Bottom document. George Rogers Clark order for provisions for Capt. Taylor company under command of Capt. Shelby at Fort Patrick Henry for 2 days. 17 persons in company.

2708-2-1125-August 16, 1779: Top document. Sergeant Joseph Roberts request for rations at Fort Patrick Henry for Capt. Todd company commanded by Capt. James Shelby. 12 persons in company.

2709-2-1125-August 15, 1779: Bottom document. John Montgomery received 1 bushel of corn to feed horses.

2710-2-1126-August 15, 1779: Top document. Capt. Robert Todd requested 2 bushels of corn for horses in charge of himself and Lieut. Roberts. Names: John Montgomery.

2711-2-1126-August 15, 1779: Center document. Capt. Thomas Quirk order to 1 day ration for Surgeon Rey and sick soldiers. Written in French.

2712-2-1126-August 15, 1779: Bottom document. Capt. Thomas Quirk request for mess provision.

2713-2-1127 August 5, 1779: Major Bowman with the state [Virginia] paid by Col. Clark, Aug. 5, 1779. Initial of S. S. [Samuel Sills, Secretary]. Dollars 4115-0-14. Vouchers for no. 83 -110 and no 249 and 253. Signed by George Rogers Clark. Cannot determine if vouchers were microfilmed. Reference has been given to documents having a number.

2714-2-1128-August 15, 1779: Top document. Provisions issued to 19 persons in company of Capt. Robert George.

2715-2-1128-August 8, 1779: Bottom document. Tobacco issued to Capt. Richard McCarty company. Names: M.? Murray, John Montgomery.

2716-2-1129-1131-August 6, 1779: Duplicate copy. Some French. Appears to be statement to state of Virginia for 12 days work done by James Homes for the state of Virginia at Kaskaskia. Names: Norman John White, Vail Sermeme?

2717-2-1132 -1133-August 10, 1779: No. 237. Top document. George Rogers Clark certified that Bartlet Searcy was employed as express? [messenger] between Fort Vincents to the Falls of Ohio for 140 miles. Names: J. Viga.

2718-2-1132-1133-August 6, 1779: No. 31. Center document. Joseph Andrews was paid $500.00 by Col. John Montgomery for taffey [taffia beverage] for use of the troops on their march from Post Vincent to Kaskaskia.

2719-2-1132-1133-August 15, 1779: Bottom document. William Shannon request to commissary for corn to feed his horse.

2720-2-1134-1135-No date: Top document. Faded. Fragments. List of supplies such as blue cloth, cheese cloth, for (?)Darst, white cloth.

2721-2-1134-1135-August 12, 1779: Bottom document. No. 274. Capt Edward Worthington received from Col. George Rogers Clark $916.50 of sundry pimey [Spice] for use of Worthington's company.

2722-2-1136-1137-August 12, 1779: Top document. Faded. Fort Patrick Henry commissary issued 6 day ration for 1 officer going to the Falls of Ohio. Names: Lieut. Robertson, Capt. James Shelby.

2723-2-1136-1137-August 12, 1779: Center document. George Rogers Clark order to commissary for 2 day ration for 4 men of Col. Bowman and servants. Names: John Hawkins. Verso is dated Sept. 13, 1778 and is a list of supplies: buttons, shoe buckles, pair of garters, 6 fine shirts, 1 pair of stockings, blue cloth for a cape and has Richard Brashear name.

2724-2-1136-1137-August 14, 1779: Bottom document. Ration of flour provided for 4 men on their march to Kentucky. Names: James Shelby, Robert Todd.

2725-2-1138-1139-August 14, 1779: Top document. William Shannon statement to the state of Virginia for the pay and subsistence for Major Joseph Bowman from June 1, 1779 to August 14, 1779 for 2 months and 14 days.Rate of pay was $65.00 per month. Certified that Major Bowman was owed for forage for 2 horses and that he never drew rations from the state of Virginia while he acted as major to the Illinois Regiment for which the state of Virginia was indebted.

2726-2-1138-1139-August 12, 1779: Bottom document. Richard Harrison order to quartermaster to deliver 50 pound of powder to Col. David Rogers.

2727-2-1140-1141-August 13, 1779: Lieut. Anthony Crockett request for 1 bushel of corn to feed 3 of the state's horses.

2728-2-1142-1144-August 6, 1779: Pierre Langlois sold 1 hogshead of taffia, 150 pounds of sugar and 50 pounds of coffee for use of the Fort Clark and hospital. Langlois was to receive 4000 pounds of wheat flour in October and he would be allowed to export. Names: Henry Crutcher, Capt. Richard Harrison.

2729-2-1145-1146-August 10, 1779: Top document. Faded. Capt. Isaac Taylor order for rations.

2730-2-1145-1146-August 9, 1779: Center document. Peter Light issued 12 rations to John Davis for employment in the service of U. S.

2731-2-1145-1146-August 8, 1779: Bottom document. Faded. Edward Worthington received 2 rations.

2732-2-1147-1148 August 9, 1779: Top document. Provisions issued by Post Vincent for 3 officers going to the Falls of Ohio. Names: Capt. Isaac Taylor, Capt. James Shelby. Verso has listing of white broad cloth, white flannel, red stroud and reference to 22 men.

2733-2-1147-1148-August 8, 1779: Bottom document. No. 272. Capt. Thomas Quirk received $148.00 worth of sundry goods from Col. George Rogers Clark for use of Quirk's company. Names: (?) Donne?

2733a-2-1149-Certificate of microfilm camera operator.

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