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

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

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

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

        Example: Casey, Benjamin 1-20

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

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

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

 

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GUIDE TO THE ABSTRACT`

The index references are references to a name or word.

Example: Casey, Benjamin, 1-20

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

Document-Roll-Frame [Frames]

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

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

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

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

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

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

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



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

MICROFILM #5

BOX 627-FOLDER 79

LETTERS, NOVEMBER 1780

FRAMES #1-8

7868-5-1-November 20, 1780: Jas. F. Moore Nov. 20, 1780 letter to Governor Thomas Jefferson. Filed Ex. Papers. Printed 1 C 388.

7869-5-2-November 30, 1780: John Todd Jr Nov. 30, 1780 letter to Governor Thomas Jefferson. Filed Ex. Papers. Printed 1 C 393. Also T. J. Papers, 4, 169. Ill. Hist. Col., Clark Papers, Va. Series 3, p. 466.

7870-5-3-4-November 20, 1780: John Todd Jr. Nov. 20, 1780 letter from Lexington to Capt. Hogan. Todd advised of a probable invasion. Hogan was to collect the militia and to send a roll of the men including the names of an ensign and spy.

7871-5-5-6-November 30, 1780: Letter of John Todd Jr. sent from Lexington, Fayette County to John Rogers. Shipment of goods was being sent from New Orleans but was not to be distributed to officers and soldiers until Virginia Governor or Todd gave orders. Reference to winter appointment of new commissary, compliments for Col. Montgomery, Capt. [Robert] George, military officers, independence, peace, government, and paper. Names: Col. Slaughter, ? Bentley. Document appears to be duplicate of Document 7866.

7872-5-7-8-November 4, 1780: Bill of Exchange sent from Falls of Ohio to Treasurer of Virginia. by Will Shannon for $9,000 due Capt. James Sullivan for corn provided for Illinois Department troops. Bottom of document is response by Archibald Blair at Richmond, Virginia.

BOX 627-FOLDER 80

VOUCHERS NOVEMBER 1780

FRAMES #9-79

7873-5-10-11-November 15, 1780: Top document. Capt. Robert George orders to Fort Jefferson Public Store for 1 pound of sugar for John Willson. Verso indicated shirts, jackets and overalls were issued to David Russell, David Humble, Francis Lawrose, and John Chapell.

7874-5-10-11-November 15, 1780: Second document. Fort Jefferson Public Store issued 3 brass kettles for mess. Names: Capt. Robert George, Capt. John Baley.

7875-5-10-11-November 2, 1780: Third document. Fort Jefferson issued blanket, white thread, buttons, and cloth with trimming to make suits for men who had enlisted for 3 years or War. Names: Capt. Robert George, Capt. John Dodge, Israel Dodge, Nicholas Burt, Capt. John Baley.

7876-5-10-11-November 5, 1780: Bottom document. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Jefferson to issue linen and flannel to make hunting shirts for Capt. George Owens, who was hunting for the garrison. Names: Israel Dodge.

7877-5-12-13-November 5, 1780: Top document. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Jefferson Public Store to give linen, flannel, cloth, and thread to Major Silas Harlan [Harland]. Names: Israel Dodge.

7878-5-12-13-November 8, 1780: Second document. Fort Jefferson Public Store issued white cloth and flax to make leggings. Names: Capt. Robert George, Israel Dodge, Jarret Williams.

7879-5-12-13-November 28, 1780: Third document. Fort Jefferson issued linen shirt, gray cloth and blue cloth to Indian Interpreter James Sherlock, who had been hunting with the Indians to obtain meat for Fort Jefferson. Names: Israel Dodge, Capt. Robert George.

7880-5-12-13-November 14, 1780: Bottom document. Fort Jefferson gave white flannel to Elizabeth Jones in payment for suit made for Capt. Abraham Kellar. Names: Capt. Robert George.

7881-5-14-15-November 11, 1780: Top document. Fort Jefferson issued cloth for blankets for Philip Doodle, David Russell and Joseph Panter of Capt. Abraham Kellar Co. Names: Israel Dodge, Capt. Robert George.

7882-5-14-15-November ?, 1780: Second document. Fort Jefferson issued a pair of leggings for Thomas Snellock. who was going hunting with Major Harlin [Harland].

7883-5-14-15-November 11, 1780: Third document. Fort Jefferson paid 45 shillings to John Grimshaw for making 3 suits of clothes for the troops. Names: Capt. Robert George, israel Dodge.

7884-5-14-15-November 15, 1780: Bottom document. Fort Jefferson issued 1 pound of sugar to a woman with a sick child in company of Capt. John Baley. Names: Capt. Robert George, Ensign Laurence Slaughter, Lieut. Girault.

7885-5-16-17-November 25, 1780: Top document. Fort Jefferson made payment in cloth for Joseph Hunter, who had transported provisions from Kaskaskia. Names: Israel Dodge, Capt. Robert George.

7886-5-16-17-November 23, 1780: Second document. Fort Jefferson issued cloth for a blanket. Names: Sergeant John Vaughan, Israel Dodge, Capt. John Baley, Capt. Robert George.

7887-5-16-17-November 23, 1780: Third document. Francis Bredin was given 3 yards of flannel by Fort Jefferson for making a suit of clothes. Names: Capt. John Baley, Capt. Robert George, Sergeant John Vaughan, Israel Dodge.

7888-5-16-17-November 27, 1780: Bottom document. Mrs. Murry was given 4 yards of flannel for making 8 shirts for Fort Jefferson soldiers. Names: Capt. Robert George, Capt. Abraham Kellar, Israel Dodge.

7889-5-18-19-November 8, 1780: Top document. Fort Jefferson Public Store issued thread to soldier John McGarr. Names: Capt. Robert George, Israel Dodge.

7890-5-18-19-November 30, 1780: Second document. Fort Jefferson issued sufficient thread to make suit of clothes for 4 soldiers. Names: Capt. Robert George, Israel Dodge, ? Sokas?

7891-5-18-19-November 29, 1780: Third document. Lining issued by Fort Jefferson. Names: Israel Dodge, Capt. John Baley, Capt. Robert George, ? Roark?

7892-5-18-19-November 25, 1780: Bottom document. Fort Jefferson issued thread. Names: Capt. Robert George, Capt. John Baley, Israel Dodge, George Shapon?, Col. Clark.

7893-5-20-21-November-23, 1780: Top document. Kaskaskia Indians supplied buffalo beef, venison, and bear meat for Illinois Department troops at Fort Jefferson. Names: Capt. Johnson, agent for state of Virginia; John Donne, Israel Dodge.

7894-5-20-21-December 3, 1780: Second document. Fort Jefferson issued 8 yards of linen to John McGarr for 1 month hunting for the garrison. Names: Major Silas Harlan [Harland], Capt. Robert George, Israel Dodge.

7895-5-20-21-November 30, 1780: Third document. Provisions/Rations issued for 5 men, and 2 wash women. Names: Capt. George Slaughter, James Login, Adam Lowne?, Michael Lamb, George Lagport?, James Lowry.

7896-5-22-23-November 10, 1780: Top document. Fort Jefferson issued blue cloth to make a pair of leggings for Boston Demose or Damose of Capt. Robert George Company. Names Israel Dodge.

7897-5-22-23-November 16, 1780: Second document. Fort Jefferson made payment of 3 yards of linen for 2 soldier suits of clothes made by tailor John Bryan. Names: John Anderson, Capt. Robert George, Israel Dodge.

7898-5-22-23-November 14, 1780: Third document. Peck of corn issued by Illinois Department to Capt. Edward Worthington. Names: Richard Harrison, William Shannon.

7899-5-22-23-November 26, 1780: Bottom document. Fort Jefferson issued linen to make hunting shirts for Mr. Carney. Names: Capt. Robert George, Israel Dodge.

7900-5-24-25-December 2, 1780: Top document. Mary McAuley was paid for making 6 soldier shirts at Fort Jefferson. Names: Capt. Robert George, Israel Dodge.

7901-5-24-25-November 15, 1780: Second document. Martin Carney issued a brass kettle to John Harry or Harris, who was an armorer at Fort Jefferson. Names: Capt. Robert George.

7902-5-24-25-December 3, 1780: Third document. Fort Jefferson issued 2 yards of blue cloth for a blanket to Levi Theel. Names: Capt. Robert George, Israel Dodge, Capt. John Baley.

7903-5-24-25-November 16, 1780: Fourth document. Fort Jefferson issued 2 pounds to artificer Joseph Thornton. Names: Capt. Robert George.

7904-5-24-25-November 20, 1780: Bottom document. Fort Jefferson issued sugar for sick family of Archibald Lockard. Names: Capt. Robert George, Lieut. Richard Clark.

7905-5-26-27-November 20, 1780: Top left document. Sugar issued to 3 men of Capt. Robert George Co.

7906-5-26-27-November 17, 1780: Top right document. Fort Jefferson supplied sugar for sick family of Andrew Johnson. Names: Capt. Robert George, Lieut. Richard Clark.

7907-5-26-27-October 24, 1780: Third document. Bill of Exchange sent from Fort Jefferson to Treasurer of Virginia to pay $1,760 advanced for recuitment by Jarried [Jarret] Williams. Names: Lieut. Col. John Montgomery.

7908-5-26-27-November 14, 1780: Bottom document. Fort Jefferson issued sugar for 6 men on fatigue (Military Duty). Names: Capt. Robert George.

7909-5-28-29-November 13, 1780: Top document. Fort Jefferson issued 2 kettles for Capt. Edward Worthington company. Names: Capt. Robert George, Lieut. Richard Clark.

7910-5-28-29-November 19, 1780: Second document. Fort Jefferson issued soap for 2 men and 2 children in Capt. Richard McCarty company. Names: Capt. Robert George.

7911-5-28-29-November 18, 1780: Third document. Soap issued to Zephanial Blackford. Names: Capt. Robert George.

7912-5-28-29-November 18, 1780: Bottom document. Fort Jefferson issued 8 pounds of soap for 16 men of Capt. Edward Worthington company. Names: Capt. Robert George, Lieut. Richard Clark.

7913-5-30-31-November 20, 1780: Top document. Fort Jefferson issued sugar to Capt. Robert George's soldiers: Charles Burk, John Smothers.

7914-5-30-31-November 15, 1780: Second document. Fort Jefferson issued a brass kettle and 2 hatchets. Names: Martin Carney, Capt. John Williams.

7915-5-30-31-November 3, 1780: Third document. Fort Jefferson issued cloth and flannel to make leggings in payment of meat supplied by Indians to James Sherlock. Names: Capt. Robert George, Israel Dodge.

7916-5-30-31-November 17, 1780: Bottom document. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Jefferson to issue sugar to soldier Nicholas Burks of Capt. John Baley company. Verso has reference to punishment.

7917-5-32-33-November 6, 1780: Top document. Joseph Saunders of Col. Slaughter Corps requested a peck of corn and pint of salt.

7918-5-32-33-November 27, 1780: Second document. Fort Jefferson issued sugar to sick men ? Mayfield and ? Hounsleg? Names: Capt. Richard Brashear, Capt. Robert George.

7919-5-32-33-November 18, 1780: Third document. Capt. Robert George order for 15 pounds of soap for 30 men of Capt. Robert George Company of Artillery.

7920-5-32-33-November 4, 1780: Bottom document. Capt. Robert George at Fort Jefferson certified Abraham Cave and Richard Harrison had enlisted for 3 years or duration of the War and were entitled to clothing of 4 shirts. Names: Israel Dodge, Col. George Rogers Clark.

7921 -5-34-35-November 3, 1780: Top document. Fort Jefferson issued soap for artificer. Names: Capt. Robert George.

7922-5-34-35-November 8, 1780: Second document. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Jefferson for soap for soldier John McGuire or McGarr.

7923-5-34-35-November 8, 1780: Third document. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Jefferson for sugar for Capt. Owens and sick family.

7924-5-34-35-November 15, 1780: Fourth document. Fort Jefferson issued 1 pound of sugar to Nelly Lewis. Names: Martin Carney, Capt. Robert George.

7925-5-34-35-November 19, 1780: Fifth document. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Jefferson for 12 pounds of soap.

7926-5-34-35-November 22, 1780: Bottom document. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Jefferson for flannel and thread for Laurence Slaughter. Names: Israel Dodge.

7927-5-36-37-November 9, 1780: Top document. Israel Dodge at Kaskaskia issued corn, flour, sugar, soap, 68 brass kettles and bags to Lieut. Richard Clark for use of troops at Fort Jefferson.

7928-5-36-37-November 20, 1780: Second document. Soap issued at Fort Jefferson to Capt. Names: Capt. Richard Brashear, Capt. Robert George.

7929-5-36-37-November 15, 1780: Third document. Martin Carney at Fort Jefferson issued a brass kettle to Leonard Helm, Superintendent of Indian Affairs. Names: Capt. Robert George.

7930-5-36-37-November 15, 1780: Bottom document. Fort Jefferson quartermaster Martin Carney issued brass kettles to Capt. Abraham Kellar. Names: Capt. Robert George.

7931-5-38-39-November 17. 1780: Top document. Fort Jefferson issued 2 pounds of sugar for a sick woman and child. Names: Capt. Richard Brashear, Capt. Robert George.

7932-5-38-39-November 15, 1780: Second document. Martin Carney issued 11 pounds of sugar for sick in Capt. Robert George co.

7933-5-38-39-November 26, 1780: Third document. William Ball was given 3 and 1/2 yards of linen for payment of cutting 12 suits of clothing for Col. [George Rogers] Clark regiment.

7934-5-38-39-November 23, 1780: Bottom document. Martin Carney issued 3 pounds of sugar for Capt. Robert George mess at Fort Jefferson.

7935-5-40-November 16, 1780: Top document. Fort Jefferson gave a pound of sugar to soldier Moses Lunsford. Names: Martin Carney, Lieut. Richard Clark, Capt. Robert George.

7936-5-40-November 21, 1780: Second document. Martin Carney gave 2 pounds of sugar to Mrs. Hughs. Names: Capt. Robert George.

7937-5-40-November 25, 1780: Third document. Capt. Robert George order to Martin Carney at Fort Jefferson to issue 6 pounds of sugar to Mr. Donne for his sick family.

7938-5-40-November 19, 1780: Fourth document. Capt. Robert George order for Fort Jefferson quartermaster to give 1 pound of sugar to John Burk, who was sick.

7939-5-41-November 2, 1780: Top document. Capt. Robert George order to Capt. John Dodge or his agent to give 9 and 1/2 yards of damaged cloth to Kaskaskia Indians who had supplied meat.

7940-5-41-November 1, 1780: Second document. J. Donne certified Martin Carney had given 2 cows and a heifer, which had been purchased by Capt. John Dodge and slaughtered for use of the troops at Fort Jefferson. Names: Israel Dodge.

7941-5-41-November 23, 1780: Third document. Fort Jefferson issued ammunition for 11 men who were going on command. Names: Lieut. Richard Clark, Capt. Robert George.

7942-5-41-November 30, 1780: Bottom document. Fort Jefferson issued sugar. Names: Martin Carney, Capt. Robert George, Capt. Abraham Kellar.

7943-5-42-43-November 29, 1780: Top document. Lieut. Richard Clark received 3 half ax for journey to Illinois from Fort Jefferson. Names: Martin Carney.

7944-5-42-43-November 27, 1780: Second document. Capt. Robert George order to Martin Carney at Fort Jefferson to issue powder to William Clark.

7945-5-42-43-November 25, 1780: Third document. Capt. Robert George order to Martin Carney at Fort Jefferson to issue 6 pounds of soap to James Sharlock [Sherlock].

7946-5-42-43-November 28, 1780: Fourth document. J. Donne requested soap at Fort Jefferson.

7947-5-42-43-November 18, 1780: Bottom document. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Jefferson to issue 2 pounds of sugar to Capt. Abraham Kellar.

7948-5-44-45-November 15, 1780: Top document. Fort Jefferson issued a brass kettle for Capt. John Baley company. Names: Capt. Robert George, Ensign [Laurence] Slaughter, Martin Carney.

7949-5-44-45-November 13, 1780: Second document. Payment of forage at Falls of Ohio to ? Snidley? Names: George Slaughter.

7950-5-44-45-November 15, 1780: Third document. Fort Jefferson issued a brass kettle for company of Capt. [Richard] Brashear. Names: Capt. Robert George, Martin Carney.

7951-5-44-45-November 15, 1780: Bottom document. Fort Jefferson issued 5 pounds of sugar to 5 sick men of Capt. [John] Baley company. Names: Capt. Robert George, Ensign [Laurence] Slaughter.

7952-5-46-47-November 22, 1780: Top document. Faded. Reference to continental currency, late estate of John Allen, flannel, blue cloth, shirts and Clarksville. Names: Leonard Helm, Capt. John Dodge, Silas Harlan [Harland], Capt. James Prigg?

7953-5-46-47-November 27, 1780: Second document. Capt. Robert George order to Martin Carney to issue 3 pounds of sugar to Widow Meredith at Fort Jefferson.

7954-5-46-47-November 26, 1780: Third document. Capt. Robert George order to issue powder, lead and taffia to Jesse Piner in exchange for 2 deer skins for use of soldiers at Fort Jefferson.

7955-5-46-47-November 27, 1780: Bottom document. Capt. Robert George order at Fort Jefferson for powder and lead.

7956-5-48-49-November 26, 1780: Top document. Capt. Robert George order to issue sugar to Mr. Dodge at Fort Jefferson.

7957-5-48-49-November 26, 1780: Second document. Capt. Robert George order to give soap to Mr. Dodge at Fort Jefferson.

7958-5-48-49-November 27, 1780: Third document. Capt. Robert George order to give sugar to Joseph Hunter.

7959-5-48-49-November 27, 1780: Fourth document. Incomplete. Reference to Fort Jefferson. Names: Philip Long, Mr. Harris.

7960-5-48-49-November 26, 1780: Fifth document. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Jefferson to issue sugar to Zachariah Williams. Names: Lieut. Richard Clark.

7961-5-48-49-November 30, 1780: Bottom document. Fort Jefferson issued sugar to 1 woman and 2 children of Capt. Edward Worthington company. Names: Lieut. Richard Clark, Capt. Robert George.

7962-5-50-51-November 22, 1780: Top document. Camp Jefferson issued soap for 12 men. Names: Capt. Robert George, Capt. Abraham Kellar.

7963-5-50-51-November 25, 1780: Second document. Capt. Robert George order to issue 3 pounds of soap to Major [Silas] Harlan [Harland] at Fort Jefferson.

7964-5-50-51-November 27, 1780: Third document. Capt. Robert George order at Fort Jefferson to issue 5 pounds of sugar for sick family of Mr. Lunsford.

7965-5-50-51-November 28, 1780: Fourth document. Faded. Fort Jefferson issued soap. Names: Capt. Robert George, Capt. Abraham Kellar.

7966-5-50-51-November 24, 1780: Bottom document. Mule sold for $3,000 but later traded for 2 oxen to supply beef for troops at Fort Jefferson. Names: Col. John Montgomery, Capt. Robert George.

7967-5-52-53-November 28, 1780: Top document. Capt. Robert George order to Martin Carney at Fort Jefferson to issue powder and lead to Mr. Donne, who was going to Kaskaskia.

7968-5-52-53-No Date: Second document. Reference to complaints concerning cargo. Names: Capt. John Dodge, George Slaughter, Capt. Harrison.

7969-5-52-53-November 28, 1780: Third document. Capt. Robert George order to Martin Carney at to give 1 pound of gun powder to W. Acker, who supplied 200 pounds of beef.

7970-5-52-53-November 28, 1780: Fourth document. Fort Jefferson issued sugar to Capt. John Baley and Ensign [Laurence] Slaughter. Names: Capt. Robert George.

7971-5-52-53-November 29, 1780: Fifth document. Capt. Robert George order to issue soap and sugar to John Williams.

7972-5-52-53-November 29, 1780: Bottom document. Fort Jefferson issued powder and lead to 2 men of Capt. [John] Baley company. Names: Capt. Robert George, Ensign Laurence Slaughter.

7973-5-54-55-November 28, 1780: Top document. Capt. Richard Brashear request for sugar at Fort Jefferson. Names: Capt. Robert George.

7974-5-54-55-November 25, 1780: Second document. Capt. Robert George order to Martin Carney at Fort Jefferson to issue sugar for a sick man.

7975-5-54-55-November 16, 1780: Third document. William Shannon issued 369 pounds of beef for troops at Falls of Ohio commanded by George Slaughter.

7976-5-54-55-November 6, 1780: Bottom document. Capt. Richard Rogers order to Capt. John Dodge to issue 2 brass kettles for use of Roger's Company of State Dragoons.

7977-5-56-57-October 31, 1780: Top document. Faded. Written in French. Names: Nicholas Canados?, Capt. John Rogers, Capt. John Dodge.

7978-5-56-57-November 15, 1780: Second document. Lieut. Joseph Saunders was issued a barge owned by state of Virginia to go hunting. Names: Col. George Slaughter, William Shannon.

7979-5-56-57-November ?, 1780: Third document. Ensign William Roberts requested corn, meat and salt.

7980-5-56-57-November 8, 1780: Fourth document. George Slaughter order at Falls of Ohio to issue powder and lead to 1 officer of Col. Clark's Virginia regiment.

7981-5-58-59-November 5, 1780: Top document. James Campbell at Falls of Ohio was paid for supplies issued to George Slaughter.

7982-5-58-59-November 1, 1780: Second document. Capt. John Rogers order to Capt. Dodge to issue 2 pounds of sugar for sick men of Capt. Kellar's company.

7983-5-58-59-November 5, 1780: Third document. George Slaughter order for beef, salt and flour rations for 37 men of Capt. [Benjamin] Roberts company.

7984-5-58-59-November 20, 1780: Bottom document. Certificate for payment of goods obtained in Philadelphia, Penn. for troops. Names: Samuel Wells, David Broadhead.

7985-5-60-61-November 26, 1780: Top document. State of Virginia account with John Philips. Items listed: whiskey, casks. Names: William Shannon. David Standeford.

7986-5-60-61-November 31, 1780: Second document. Provisions issued for 9 men of Capt. [Benjamin] Roberts company. Names: George Slaughter.

7987-5-60-61-November 17, 1780: Third document. Ration of flour, beef and salt issued. Names: J. Barboury, George Slaughter.

7988-5-60-61-November 21, 1780: Bottom document. Ration of flour, beef and salt issued. Names: George Slaughter.

7989-5-62-63-November 12, 1780: Top document. Provisions issued for 36 men of Capt. [Benjamin] Roberts. Names: Ensign William Roberts, George Slaughter.

7990-5-62-63-November 15, 1780: Second document. Col. Montgomery's voucher. Faded. Names: Capt. Richard Brashear, Edward Murray.

7991-5-62-63-November 19, 1780: Third document. Capt. Robert George order to issue 1 pound of sugar to the Colonel [George Rogers Clark's] negro Lewis, who was sick.

7992-5-62-63-November 28, 1780: Fourth document. George Rogers Clark certified Joseph Ramsay served as a lieutenant in Capt. Thomas Quirk company of the Illinois Battalion from January 1, 1779 to November 1, 1780.

7993-5-64-65-November 1, 1780: Top document. Capt. John Baley order for 4 days rations at Fort Nelson.

7994-5-64-65-November 7, 1780: Second document. Capt. John Rogers request for brass kettle.

7995-5-64-65-November 20, 1780: Third document. State of Virginia account with David Standeford, for building a store house. Names: William Shannon, John Handley.

7996-5-64-65-November 21, 1780: Bottom document. George Slaughter order to issue rations for 6 men of Capt. Benjamin Roberts.

7997-5-66-67-November 11, 1780: Top document. George Slaughter paid $300 for forage at Falls of Ohio to Samuel Pepper?.

7998-5-66-67-November 9, 1780: Second document. George Rogers Clark certified 1 ox and 15 loads of wood were furnished by Capt. Richard Winston for use of troops at Kaskaskia. Names: Capt. John Rogers.

7999-5-66-67-November 5, 1780: Bottom document. Capt. John Rogers order for 1 pound of sugar for a sick soldier in his company.

8000-5-68-69-November 6, 1780: Top document. George Slaughter certified William Shannon, Conductor General of the Illinois Department, issued 122 pounds of beef for use of the troops at the Falls of Ohio.

8001-5-68-69-November 7, 1780: Second document. ? Godin at Kaskaskia was given 3 gallons of wine by John Dodge in exchange for skins.

8002-5-68-69-November 6, 1780: Third document. William Shannon issued 2 bushels of corn for rations of 10 men in company of Capt. Richard Harrison. Names: Joseph Saunders.

8003-5-68-69-November 10, 1780: Bottom document. Powder was issued to Sergeant Walker, who was going into the woods. Names: Bland Ballard.

8004-5-70-71-November 16, 1780: Top document. Commissary General William Shannon of the Illinois Department issued salt in exchange for beef provided by Evan Kenton. Names: David Standeford.

8005-5-70-71-November 4, 1780: Second document. William Shannon issued 871 pounds of beef for use of troops commanded by George Slaughter.

8006-5-70-71-November 17, 1780: Third document. Rations were issued for 36 men of Capt. Benjamin Roberts Company. Names: Ensign William Roberts, George Slaughter.

8007-5-70-71-November 4, 1780: Bottom document. Beef rations were issued for 7 days for 5 men of Capt. Richard Harrison co. Names: George Slaughter.

8008-5-72-73-November 21, 1780: Top document. William Shannon issued 2 corn ration for 10 men of Capt. Richard Harrison company. Names: John Handley.

8009-5-72-73-November 20, 1780: Second document. William Shannon issued forage of corn at Falls of Ohio for use of Capt. Richard Harrison. Names: John Handley.

8010-5-72-73-November 11, 1780: Third document. George Slaughter order for 7 day beef ration for 2 men of Capt. Edward Worthington company.

8011-5-74-76-November 22, 1780: List of beef, venison and corn rations issued for the militia of

8011-5-74-76-November 22, 1780-Continued: Capt. John Williams in Kentucky. Names: William Tomblin, Peter Williams, James Ray, William Humble, William Hogan, William Grant, Charles Gatliff, John Kenkead, John Jones, Moses Russell?, Michael Huker?, Charles Ferguson, George McAfee, James Davis, Joseph Rogers, Israel Harman, Philip Deake?, William Haydon, William Hogan, John Bowman, Major John Todd.

8012-5-77-79-October 30, 1780: Top document. George Slaughter order at Falls of Ohio to William Shannon to repay salt, which had been borrowed from James Brown for use of troops.

8013-5-77-79-November 24, 1780: Second document. William Shannon issued corn ration for 10 men of Capt. Richard Harrison company. Names: John Handley.

8014-5-77-79-November 29, 1780: Third document. William Shannon issued corn ration for 10 men of Capt. Richard Harrison company.

8015-5-77-79-November 24, 1780: Fourth document. William Shannon issued 2 small barges to George Slaughter.

8016-5-77-79-October 25, 1780: Bottom left document. Rations issued 7 days to a wounded man of Capt. Askens company.

8017-5-77-79-November 28, 1780: Bottom right document. Beef and corn rations issued.

BOX 627-FOLDER 81

LETTERS, DECEMBER 1780

FRAMES #80-116

18 documents filmed on 36 frames.

8018-5-81-December 5, 1780: Letter written in French by G. Linctot to T. J. [Thomas Jefferson]. Filed Ex Papers. Printed 1 C 377. Also T. J. Papers, 4, 180.

8019-5-82-December 8, 1780: Letter written by George Slaughter to Governor Thomas Jefferson. Reference to shirts, misconduct, cloth, moccasins. Names: Capt. John Williams, George Rogers Clark, Capt. Robert George, Leonard Helm. Citations to printed copies of letter.

8020-5-83-December 11, 1780: Letter written by William Shannon to Governor Thomas Jefferson. Filed Ex. Papers. Printed 1 C 396. Also TJ Papers 4, 198-9; G.R. Clark Papers, Illinois Hist. Col. in Series 3, 473-4.

8021-5-84-December 12, 1780: Letter written by John Floyd to Governor Thomas Jefferson. Filed Ex. Papers. Printed 1 C 397.

8022-5-85-December 12, 1780: Letter written by John Floyd to Governor Thomas Jefferson. Filed Ex. Papers. Printed 1 C 397. Also T. J. Papers, 4, 199-200.

8023-5-86-December 13, 1780: Letter written by Richard and William May to Governor Thomas Jefferson. Filed. Ex. Papers. Printed 1 C 398. also T. J. Papers, 4, 202.

8024-5-87-December 13, 1780: Letter written by George May to Governor. Filed Ex. Papers. Not in Col. but 1 C 398.

8025-5-88-December 30, 1780: Letter written in French by G. Linctot to Governor Thomas Jefferson. Filed Ex. Papers. Printed 1 C 405.

8026-5-89-90-December 30, 1780: Letter written by G. Linctot to his Excellency [Governor Thomas Jefferson] from the Falls of Ohio. Linctot informed Jefferson that he went from Fort Pitt to Illinois to quiet the troubles caused by the Nations [Indians]. Reference to need for merchandize, Detroit, the Council [of Virginia], the march of an army in the spring and to Peace.

8027-5-91-92-December 9, 1780: Letter written at Fort Jefferson by Lieut. Col. John Montgomery to Capt. Owens. Reference to sparing [men] to bring in the corn out of the fields and the drawing of rations for all persons.

8028-5-93-94-December 28, 1780: Letter written from Kaskaskia by Richard Winston to "Dear Friend" Capt. John Williams, who had earlier written that he was in good health and had plenty of beef and bacon to eat. Winston refers to Virginian Tyrants, Liberty in the Land, ? Rogers, destroying of the inhabitants' cattle. Winston asked Williams to send bears oil or fat. Reference to Capt. Barbour's arrival and Merry Christmas and Joy, Mrs. Williams, ? Slaughter Cahos, and a mare.

8029-5-95-100-December 23, 1780: Duplicate document. Letter of Thomas Jefferson written at Richmond, Virginia December 23, 1780 to Rowland Madison, who was appointed quartermaster and commissary for the Greenbrier militia of 137, who were to leave Montgomery Court House February 20 for an expedition into the country beyond the Ohio. Madison was to

8029-5-95-100-December 23, 1780-Continued: obtained 1000 pounds of rifle gun powder from Mr. Calloway at New London and 1500 pounds of lead from the lead mines. Madison was given 5000 pounds currency to purchase 300 pack horses, pack saddles, pack halters, and bells to carry ammunition, baggage and rations of the men to the Falls of Ohio, where all will be received by Col. [ George Rogers] Clark. Instructions were also given that Madison should obtain such authority and protection from the commanding officer of the militia to see the horses were not rode in order maintain them in good condition when delivered at the Falls of Ohio. Benjamin Harrison added a written opinion on April or August 13, 1782 about auditor and the necessity of employment of the person.

8030-5-101-December 14, 1780: Letter written by Richard McCarty to Governor Thomas Jefferson. Filed: Ex. Papers. Apparently refers to filmed document on Frames #102-110.

8031-5-102-110-December 14, 1780: Duplicate document. December 14, 1780 letter written by [Capt.] Richard McCarty at Kaskaskia to Governor Thomas Jefferson of Virginia. McCarty stated he had been appointed by Col. [George Rogers] Clark to be captain of the Regular forces of Virginia on March 1, 1779 after the conquest of Post Vincent [Vincennes]. He and his officers raised a company of Cahos Volunteers and George Rogers Clark in June of 1779 gave Bills of Exchange for the payment of the Cahos Volunteers. The bills were being sent to the Treasurer of Virginia but were taken by the Enemy in that " unhappy Defeat and lost." McCarty had advanced his own money for troop supplies and pay and advised Governor Jefferson to stop payment on the lost bills in case anyone tried to collect. Names: Mr. Louis Perault, Joseph Perault.

8032-5-111-114-December 19, 1780: Faded. Duplicate filming. Letter of George Mater to Thomas Jefferson. Unable to read except for reference to Capt. Quirk and Thomas Jefferson's December 23, 1780 Council note, which stated he could not decide between the opinions of Col. [George Rogers] and the officer to whom it was referred.

8033-5-115-December 8, 1780: Written notes of Virginia State Library and Archives concerning December 8, 1780 letter of George Slaughter to Governor Thomas Jefferson. Reference to letters written by others, letters filed in Ex. Papers, and printed Thomas Jefferson Papers and George Rogers Clark Papers. Other references to misconduct, cloth, moccasins, and shirts. Names: Capt. John Williams, Capt. Robert George, Leonard Helm, Col. George Slaughter,

8034-5-116-December 5, 1780: Written notes of Virginia State Library and Archives concerning G. Linctot's letter written in French to Thomas Jefferson. Reference where document was filed and where printed.

BOX 627-FOLDER 82

ACCOUNTS, DECEMBER 1780

FRAMES #117-170

14 documents filmed on 53 frames.

8035-5-118-December 18, 1780: Expenditures for white linen, coating, and other cloth purchased on behalf of state of Virginia at Kaskaskia. Names: Capt. John Rogers, Capt. John Dodge, Ichabod Camp.

8036-5-119-December 18, 1780: State of Virginia debt with Ichabod Camp at Kaskaskia for attendance and medicine for soldiers: David McDaniel, William Goodwin, William Lear, James Spilman [Spillman], Nat Marsham, Sergeant Merriweather, John Campbell, William Dostshare?, Richard Clark, Dominick Welch, ? Mumbro, Herman Eagles, George Smith, Daniel Jigger?, Richard Harrison, James Morris, and William [Buchanan]

8037-5-120-121-December 14, 1780: Capt. John Todd Jr.'s instructions from Lexington to commissary Joseph Lindsay, who was to buy corn. beef, and salt rations at the cheapest terms, to appoint necessary deputies, and hire horses.

8038-5-122-December ?, 1780: Incomplete. Expenditures for pack horses employed on expedition to Post St. Vincent for 42 days, pack horse master, indian shoes [moccasins], fowls for the sick, making branding iron, cartage of baggage into Fort, 2 loads of wood, fresh beef for the hospital, and deer skins for Captain [Edward] Worthington.

8039-5-123-126-March 21, 1780: Notes written by Virginia State Library and Archives. Reference to books of auditor and commercial agent. Names: Simon Watkins.

8040-5-127-128-August 1780: List of owners of horses in service on expedition against the indians during July and August of 1780. Prepared by James Sullivan. Names: John Swan, Samuel Roades?, John Campbell, Christian Kitler?, Edward Taylor, Basil Stocker, Capt. McClure, Anthony Rowberg?, Adam McClintock, Robert Walker, Capt. Michael Humble, Samuel Cunch?, John Spencer,Capt. ? Hill, George Pomeroy, James Galloway, William Galloway, Peter Cumoice?, John Bunks?, Capt. Peter Sturgas, John Coy, John Coy, Cyrus McCracken, Matthew George, Lieut. Ezra, William Burris, Capt. Fergnenus? Burris, Samuel McAfee?, Thomas Davis, John Cunningham, Squire Boone, Thomas Spencer, Jonathan Cunningham, Capt. Gist, Anthony Duncan?, James Hughes?, William Oldham?, Rubin Case, Edward Camp, Thomas Purcell, James Rowley, Daniel Hall, William Downing, Daniel Biers.

8041-5-129-131-December ?, 1780 Rank of the officers of Lieut. Col. Joseph Crockett Regiment with the date of their appointments and commissions and what number of men when joined and the number when reduced. The chart also has remarks entitlement to half pay. Notation of George Walls indicated there were 235 men raised for the Regiment but reduced to 137. Names: Joseph Crockett, who was a supernumerary major in the Virginia line was appointed Lieut. Col. July 23, 1779; Major George Walls called from the Virginia Line July 23, 1779; Capt. William Cherry, called from the Virginia Line as a supernumerary captain; Capt. Thomas Young; Capt. John Henry; Peter More, Thomas Walls, Rice Bullock, Hugh McGavock, Charles Green, Bernard Glenn, Isaac Browning, Samuel Ball Green, and Henry Daring.

8042-5-132-133-December ?, 1780: Incomplete. Commonwealth of Virginia account with Patrick Kennedy. Expenditures for 12 men, who went by 2 boats from Kaskaskia to Cahokia; barrels; ropes to calm the cattle, wood; cartage; Express men; sundry articles for hospital; 3 tents; sundry articles for Capt. [Leonard] Helm. Names: Will Shannon,Miot Carter.

8043-5-134-135-December 15, 1780: Faded. Expenditures for cloth, buttons, bags, silk, cotton, white flannel for state of Virginia troops at Fort Jefferson. Names: Capt. Robert George, Capt. John Baley, Phil Barbour. Israel Dodge.

8044-5-136-146-No Date: Abstract of the debt owed by state of Virginia to Oliver Pollock of New Orleans. There are 129 entries beginning September 29, 1776 and going to as late as February 1781. Abstract includes date of bills, by whom drawn, on whom drawn, in whose favor was drawn, on what account and for what, receipts dated and not dated and amount. Items listed: bullock, taffia, flour, clothing for troops and sundry articles. Names: Louis Charleville, Francois Menard, William Williams, Joseph James, ? Hoppock, ? Murphy, W. Bentley, Gabriel Cere [Cerre], Charles Charleville, ? Huberdeau, ? Dalcheruel [Datchoral, Thomas Tyler, ? Laffont, Jean Gabriel Laffont, Michael Perault, Mr. Piatt, Stephen Gooding, Richard McCarty, Capt. Robert George, William Galespie, J. Robinson, ? Pouree, J. B. Bacom, Leonard Helm, Robert Don, Monsieur Armand, ? Mulligam, Philip Barbour, Jacque DuBreaus?, ? Deauellav?, ? Sarpy, Col. [George Rogers] Clark, Capt. Elliott, Thomas Jefferson, Aug Chouleau, Peter Cournoyer, Francois Bosseron, ? LaFontaine, P. Godin, ? Vigo, Joseph Perault, Anthony Lamarche, John Fitz Patrick, John Butler, Major D'Astigeau? ? Beausoleil, Donato Billio, Andrew Loope, Alphonso Lyonia, ? Mettoyie?, ? DuPaine, David Rogers, and ? Duplasy.

8045-5-147-151-April 22, 1781: No. 5. Quartermaster [Martin] Carney account for the quartermaster store and artillery store from April 5, 1780. Items Listed: wagons, chains, salt, brass kettles, steel, fish lines, flour, ammunition. Names: Basel Prather, Archibald Lockhard, Zephaniah Blackford, Widow Hughes, Capt. Benjamin Roberts, Capt. John Dodge,

8045-5-147-151-April 22, 1781-Continued: Daniel Grafton,. Capt. Robert George, Capt. [Philip] Barbour, Col. [George Rogers] Clark, Lieut. Gerault, Lieut. [Valentine Thomas] Dalton, Col. John Montgomery, Bland Ballard, Ensign Williams. References to Fort Jefferson, Falls of Ohio, Kaskaskia, and cargo.

8046-5-152-156-December 12, 1780: Abstract of sundry merchandize issued to the troops at Fort Jefferson by Martin Carney, quartermaster, being part of a cargo purchased from Capt. Philip Barbour by Capt. Robert George. Items listed: Taffia, steel bars, gun powder, paper, soap, brass kettles, flint, coffee, denim jeans, rum case, tobacco, chest of carpenter tools, liquor and iron. Items were distributed to Militia, Indian Department, Major John Williams, State of Virginia, Capt. Richard Brashear, Capt. Lieut. Richard Harrison, Capt. Abraham Kellar, Ensign Laurence Slaughter, Israel Dodge, Silas Harlan [Harland], Ensign Jarret Williams, Capt. Benjamin Roberts, Zephaniah Blackford, Lieut. Richard Clark, William Clark, Patt Kennedy, John Donne, Hospital, Sundry fatigue parties, Illinois Regiment, Capt. Leonard Helm, Capt. Edward Worthington, Lieut. Joseph Calvit, Capt. John Rogers, Cornet John Thruston, Lieut. Gerault, Capt. Richard McCarty, interpreter James Sherlock, prisoner of war Philip Dyian, Boat master Buckner Pittman, Sergeant Major John Walker, Joseph Hunter, Quartermaster Department, Agents Department, Peoria Indians, Kaskaskia Indians, Capt.[John] Bayley's Company, Capt. [Edward] Worthington Company, Capt. [Robert] George's Company, Capt. [Richard] Brashear Company, Ensign [Jarret] Williams hunting party, John Harris.

8047-5-157-168-January 28, 1783: Several sheets of receipts for supplies received at Fort Jefferson. Faded. Duplicate filming. Probably refers to 8048 items issued. Names: Israel Dodge, Ensign Laurence Slaughter, Capt. John Dodge, Martin Carney and many marks.

8048-5-169-170-December 12, 1780: Memorandum of items bought in New Orleans for state of Virginia at Fort Jefferson. Items: Spanish musket and bayonet, cartridge box, bayonet belt, arm chest, belt chest, 1 large trunk, gun powder, oil cloth, steel bars. Names: Capt. [Philip] Barbour, Martin Carney.

BOX 627-FOLDER 83

VOUCHERS, DECEMBER 1780

FRAMES #171-314

277 documents filmed on 143 frames.

8049-5-172-175-December 31, 1780: Top document. Duplicate filming. Capt. Robert George order to Capt. John Dodge at Fort Jefferson to issue a coat, waistcoat, and overalls to Philip Orban, who had enlisted for 3 years.

8050-5-172-175-December 27, 1780: Second document. Duplicate filming. Capt. Robert George order to Capt. John Dodge at Fort Jefferson to issue a set of buttons and mohair to make a suit a clothes for Ensign [Laurence] Slaughter.

8051-5-172-175-December 23, 1780: Third document. Duplicate filming. Capt. Robert George order to Capt. John Dodge at Fort Jefferson to issue blue cloth, flannel and thread to Capt. Benjamin Roberts.

8052-5-172-175-December 23, 1780: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Capt. Robert George order to Capt. John Dodge at Fort Jefferson to issue a sizeable quantity of linen, flannel, pins, and thread to Capt. [Benjamin] Roberts at the Falls of Ohio.

8053-5-176-178-December 22, 1780: Duplicate filming of one side of document. Account of Col. George Rogers Clark with Richard Hogg from November 22, 1780 to December 22, 1780. Entries concerning expenditures for meals of supper and breakfast, wine, water, oats, servants, horses, and grog.

8054-5-179-182-December 5, 1780: Top document. Duplicate filming. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Jefferson to issue powder and lead to Major [Silas] Harland. Document 8055-5-179-182-December 26, 1780: Second document. Duplicate filming. Capt. Robert George order to Capt. John Dodge to issue blue cloth and trimming to Capt. Richard Harrison to make a coat.

8056-5-179-182-December 23, 1780: Third document. Duplicate filming. Capt. Robert George order to Capt. John Dodge at Fort Jefferson to issue 3 dozen coat buttons to Capt. Benjamin Roberts.

8057-5-179-182-December 23, 1780: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Fort Jefferson issued cloth for 13 men. Names: Capt. John Dodge, Capt. Richard Brashear, Capt. Robert George.

8058-5-183-186-December 19, 1780: Top document. Duplicate filming. Fort Jefferson issued cloth to Major Silas Harlan [Harland] to make a waistcoat. Names: Capt. John Dodge, Capt. Robert George.

8059-5-183-186-December 21, 1780: Second document. Duplicate filming. Capt. Robert George order to Capt. John Dodge at Fort Jefferson to issue 2 shirts each for 40 men.

8060-5-183-186-December 21, 1780: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Fort Jefferson issued 11 pair of shoes for [soldiers]. Names: Capt. Abraham Kellar, Capt. John Dodge, Capt. Robert George.

8061-5-187-190-December 28, 1780: Top document. Duplicate filming. Capt. John Dodge at Fort Jefferson issued linen to make 2 shirts for each of 11 [soldiers]. Names: Capt. Abraham Kellar, Capt. Robert George.

8062-5-187-190-December 21, 1780: Second document. Duplicate filming. Capt. Robert George order to Capt. John Dodge at Fort Jefferson to issue 40 pairs of shoes for men of his company.

8063-5-187-190-December 23, 1780: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Capt. Robert George order to Israel Dodge at Fort Jefferson to issue a pair of shoes, cloth, trimmings, buttons to make a suit for Major Silas Harlan [Harland].

8064-5-191-192-December 4, 1780: Top document. Fort Jefferson issue 2 pounds of sugar. Names: Capt. Robert George, Lieut. Richard Clark.

8065-5-191-192-December 22, 1780: Center document. Fort Jefferson issued powder. Names: ? Hughes, Hugh Montgomery, John Willson, John Dering, Silas Harland, Capt. Robert George.

8066-5-191-192-December 20, 1780: Bottom document. Israel Dodge at Fort Jefferson requested 1 gallon of spirits [liquor] for his person use from Martin Carney.

8067-5-193-195-December 20, 1780: Top document. Duplicate filming. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Jefferson to issue full set of clothing to Capt. Benjamin Roberts. Names: Capt. John Dodge, George Rogers Clark.

8068-5-193-195-December 19, 1780: Second document. Fort Jefferson paid Mrs. Nancy Hunter for making a coat, waistcoat and a pair of overalls. Names: Capt. Abraham Kellar, Capt. Robert George, Israel Dodge.

8069-5-193-195-December 23, 1780: Third document. Duplicate filming. Faded. Fort Jefferson issued linen to make 2 shirts each for 25 men. Names: Capt. John Baley, Capt. Robert George, Israel Dodge.

8070-5-193-195-December 4, 1780: Bottom document. Capt. Robert George order to Martin Carney at Fort Jefferson to issue powder and lead for Major Silas Harlan [Harland] hunting party to provided meat for the garrison.

8071-5-196-197-December ?, 1780: Top document. Fort Jefferson issued a blanket to an indian, who had served as express from Fort Jefferson to Kaskaskia. Names: Capt. John Dodge.

8072-5-196-197-December 9, 1780: Second document. Fort Jefferson paid Elizabeth Jones for making 4 suits for soldiers. Names: Capt. Robert George, Israel Dodge.

8073-5-196-197-December 7, 1780: Third document. Fort Jefferson paid Francis Bredin for making 4 suits for soldiers. Names: Capt. Abraham Kellar, Capt. Robert George, Israel Dodge.

8074-5-196-197-December 22, 1780: Bottom document. Faded. Powder and lead issued. Names: Capt. Robert George.

8075-5-198-199-December 28, 1780: Top document. Capt. Robert George order to Israel Dodge at Fort Jefferson to pay William Pritchet for making suits for soldiers.

8076-5-198-199-December 7, 1780: Second document on left. Faded. Thread issued. Names: Zephaniah Blackford, Capt. Robert George, Israel Dodge.

8077-5-198-199-December 29, 1780: Third document on right. Fort Jefferson issued flannel. Names: Capt. John Baley, Israel Dodge, Capt. Robert George.

8078-5-198-199-December 1, 1780: Fourth document. First page of document is faded. Certified bond singed by John Dodge and John Donne in reference to sheriff of Clarksville for payment due to heirs of John Oller. Appears to be for supplying corn. Names: Joseph Hunter, Silas Harland [Harland], Capt. James Piggot.

8079-5-198-199-December 24, 1780: Bottom document. Capt. Robert George order to israel Dodge at Fort Jefferson to issue a suit of clothes to William Freeman, who had enlisted for 3 years.

8080-5-200-201-December 4, 1780: Top document. Fort Jefferson issued flannel. Names: Israel Dodge, Capt. Robert George, Lieut. Richard Clark.

8081-5-200-201-December 7, 1780: Second document. Capt. Robert George order to Israel Dodge at Fort Jefferson to issue cloth to make a hunting shirt for William Clark.

8082-5-200-201-December 9, 1780: Third document. Capt. Robert George order to Israel Dodge at Fort Jefferson to pay John Anderson for making a suit for a soldier.

8083-5-200-201-December 13, 1780: Bottom document. Sergeant John Giles was issued flour, corn, bags, files, steel for use of troops at Fort Jefferson. Names: Capt. John Dodge, Kaskaskia.

8084-5-202-203-December 26, 1780: Top document. Capt. Robert George order to Israel Dodge at Fort Jefferson to issue 2 bags to Capt. Benjamin Roberts to carry goods to Col. Slaughter's troops at Falls of Ohio.

8085-5-202-203-December ?. 1780: Second document. Incomplete. Written in French. Reference to billet of soldier at Kaskaskia. Names: ? Lemontent?

8086-5-202-203-December ?, 1780: Bottom document. Incomplete. Written in French. Reference to billet of soldier. Names: ? Janist.

8087-5-204-205-December 27, 1780: Top document. Fort Jefferson issued 2 needles to John Boilet to make clothes for soldiers. Names: Capt. Richard Brashear, Capt. Robert George, Israel Dodge.

8088-5-204-205-December ?, 1780: Second document. Israel Dodge issued thread to Capt. Abraham Kellar.

8089-5-204-205-December 23, 1780: Third document. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Jefferson to issue 1 barrel of rum, coffee and sugar to Silas Harlan [Harland].

8090-5-204-205-December 24, 1780: Fourth document. Faded. Israel Dodge issued shoes to Capt. Richard Brashear company at Fort Jefferson. Names: Capt. Robert George.

8091-5-206-208-December 19, 1780: Top left document. Duplicate filming. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Jefferson to issue taffia for 100 soldiers.

8092-5-206-208-December 24, 1780: Top right document. Capt. Robert George requested a bottle of rum be issued to him by Martin Carney at Fort Jefferson.

8093-5-206-208-December 18, 1780: Third document. Fort Jefferson issued for pay 8 yards of linen to each Thomas Sherlock, Nicholas Tuttle, and Thomas Hays, who had hunted 31 days for the garrison. Names: Capt. Robert George, Silas [Harland], Israel Dodge.

8094-5-206-208-December 7, 1780: Fourth document. Lieut. Col. John Montgomery order to Fort Jefferson to issue 1 gil of taffia for every soldier at the garrison. Names: John Ash.

8095-5-206-208-December 26, 1780: Bottom document. Expenditures at Kaskaskia. Names: Ichabod Camp, James Sherlock, Capt. [Edward] Worthington, James Worthington.

8096-5-209-210-December 7, 1780: Top document. Falls of Ohio paid Andrew Beall for flour supplied to Col. George Slaughter Corps.

8097-5-209-210-December 3, 1780: Second document on left. Faded. Fort Jefferson issued soap. Names: Capt. Robert George, John Hazzard.

8098-5-209-210-December 19, 1780: Third document on right. Israel Dodge issued 23 pair of shoes for soldiers at Fort Jefferson. Names: Capt. John Baley, Capt. Robert George.

8099-5-209-210-December 8, 1780: Fourth document. Capt. Robert George order for Fort Jefferson to issue 24 gills of taffia for soldiers.

8100-5-209-210-December ?, 1780: Fifth document. Fort Jefferson issued ration. Names: Capt. Abraham Kellar, Capt. Robert George.

8101-5-211-213-December 1, 1780: Top document. Will Shannon issued rations.

8102-5-211-213-December 30, 1780: Second document. George Slaughter order to issue 10 gallons of whiskey to officers and soldiers at the Falls of Ohio.

8103-5-211-213-December 14, 1780: Third document. Capt. Benjamin Roberts order to issue 8 ax for 1 hand mill. Names: Joseph Saunders, J. Watten.

8104-5-211-213-December ?, 1780: Fourth document. Capt. Richard Brashear order at Fort Jefferson for Martin Carney to issue 1 and 1/2 gallon of rum to him.

8105-5-214-215-December 18, 1780: Top document. Leonard Helm requested a case of taffia from Fort Jefferson.

8106-5-214-215-December 4, 1780: Second document. Fort Jefferson issued 6 pounds of soap to Leonard Helm of the Indian Department. Names: Capt. Robert George.

8107-5-214-215-December 5, 1780: Third document. Faded. Capt. Robert George order to issue soap to wife of Matthew Jones.

8108-5-214-215-December ?, 1780: Fourth document. Joseph Saunders requested 10 pounds of beef and a peck of corn.

8109-5-214-215-December 12, 1780: Fifth document. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Jefferson to issue 101 gills of taffia for soldiers at Fort Jefferson.

8110-5-216-217-December 13, 1780: Top document. Capt. Robert George order for Fort Jefferson to issue 93 gills of taffia or Spanish rum for those at the garrison.

8111-5-216-217-December 21, 1780: Second document. Capt. Robert George order for Fort Jefferson to issue 1 day ration of taffia for 20 men.

8112-5-216-217-December 20, 1780: Third document. Capt. Robert George order to issue a tomahawk to Leonard Helm.

8113-5-216-217-December 10, 1780: Fourth document. Faded. Fort Jefferson issued soap. Unable to read rest of document.

8114-5-216-217-December 17, 1780: Bottom document. Ensign Laurence Slaughter request for taffia.

8115-5-218-219-December 10, 1780: Top document. Faded. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Jefferson to issue soap to Ensign [Jarret] Williams.

8116-5-218-219-December 23, 1780: Second document. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Jefferson to issue skins of mohair for wife of Capt. Benjamin Roberts. Names: Capt. John Dodge.

8117-5-218-219-December 22, 1780: Third document. Capt. Robert George order to Martin Carney at Fort Jefferson to issue a barrel of Spanish rum, 100 pounds of sugar, 50 pounds of coffee, 2 tent cloths, and soap to Capt. Benjamin Roberts for use of troops in Col. [George] Slaughter corps.

8118-5-220-December 14, 1780: Top document. Fort Jefferson issued cloth for use of artillery. Names: Israel Dodge, Capt. Robert George, Silas [Harland].

8119-5-220-December 21, 1780: Second document. Capt. Robert George order for Fort Jefferson to issue tobacco.

8120-5-220-December 22, 1780: Third document. Faded. Fort Jefferson issued soap. Names:

8121-5-220-December 22, 1780-Continued: Martin Carney, Capt. Robert George.

8122-5-220-December 23, 1780: Bottom document. Martin Carney at Fort Jefferson issued 3 quarts of rum to Capt. Robert George.

8123-5-221-222-December 22, 1780: Top document. Leonard Helm note concerning a bottle of taffia. Names: Martin Carney, Fort Jefferson.

8124-5-221-222-December 18, 1780: Second document. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Jefferson to issue 101 gills of taffia for men at the garrison.

8125-5-221-222-December ?, 1780: Third document. Fort Jefferson issue powder and lead for a man in Capt. John Baley company. Names: Capt. Robert George.

8126-5-221-222-December ?, 1780: Bottom document. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Jefferson to issue 10 gills of taffia for soldiers at the garrison.

8127-5-223-December 30, 1780: Top document. Lieut. William Clark requested a pair of shoes for his use from Fort Jefferson Public Store. Names: Israel Dodge, Capt. Robert George.

8128-5-223-December 22, 1780: Second document. Capt. Robert George order at Fort Jefferson to issue soap for a man in Capt. Benjamin Roberts company.

8129-5-223-December 19, 1780: Third document. Capt. John Baley requested a bottle of taffia from Fort Jefferson.

8130-5-223-December 22, 1780: Bottom left document. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Jefferson to issue 113 gills of taffia or Spanish rum for that number of soldiers at the garrison.

8131-5-223-December 18, 1780: Bottom right document. Fort Jefferson issued powder. Names: Capt. Robert George, Capt. John Baley.

8132-5-224-226-December 30, 1780: Top document. Fort Jefferson issue soap. Names: Martin Carney, William Clark, Capt. Robert George.

8133-5-224-226-December 16, 1780: Second document. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Jefferson to issue 101 gills of taffia for that number of men at the post.

8134-5-224-226-December ?, 1780: Third document. Faded. Names: Capt. Robert George.

8135-5-224-226-December 13, 1780: Bottom document. Capt. Robert George order to quartermaster to issue half pint of rum per day for the public artificers and armorers at the post until further orders.

8136-5-227-229-December ?, 1780: Top document. Written in French. No names.

8137-5-227-229-December 4, 1780: Second document. Capt. Robert George order at Fort Jefferson for powder and lead for 8 soldiers going with Major Silas [Harland] to bring him meat for the garrison.

8138-5-227-229-December 13, 1780: Third document. Francis Adams was paid by beef for boat repairs at Fort Jefferson. Names: William Shannon, George Wilson.

8139-5-227-229-December 13, 1780: Fourth document. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Jefferson to give sugar to sick men.

8140-5-230-231-December 7, 1780: Top document. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Jefferson to give an ax for his personal use.

8141-5-230-231-December 12, 1780: Second document. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Jefferson to issue a gill of rum or taffia ration per day to each soldier at the post or when on fatigue as well as a sugar ration to each officer, others of the line or Staff until further orders. Names: Martin Carney.

8142-5-230-231-December 16, 1780: Third document. Leonard Helm order to Martin Carney at Fort Jefferson to issue taffia.

8143-5-230-231-December 14, 1780: Bottom document. Fort Jefferson issued taffia to Capt. Barbour?. Names: Leonard Helm, Capt. Robert George.

8144-5-232-233-December 13, 1780: Top document. Capt. Robert George order for Fort Jefferson to issue 101 gills of taffia for same number of soldiers.

8145-5-232-233-December 1, 1780: Second document. Fort Jefferson issued sugar. Names: Leonard Helm, Capt. Robert George.

8146-5-232-233-December 1, 1780: Third document. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Jefferson to issue sugar to Ensign [Jarret] Williams and Silas [Harland].

8147-5-232-233-December 27, 1780: Fourth document. Capt. Robert George order for Mr. Dodge to issue 80 shirts for his company.

8148-5-232-233-December 22, 1780: Fifth document. Faded. Capt. Robert George order to issue flannel to Major Silas [Harland]. Names: Israel Dodge.

8149-5-234-235-December 19, 1780: Top document. Faded. Names: Leonard Helm.

8150-5-234-235-December 18, 1780: Second document. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Jefferson to issue thread for 7 hunting shirts for Capt. [John] Baley company.

8151-5-234-235-December 18, 1780: Third document. Major Silas [Harland] order to Israel Dodge at Fort Jefferson to issue 5 and 1/3 yards of linen to John Vaughan, John Hazzard, and William Whitehead, who assisted 20 days for meat for use of garrison.

8152-5-236-238-December 26, 1780: Top document. Martin Carney at Fort Jefferson issue sugar and coffee to Capt. George Owens.

8153-5-236-238-December 29, 1780: Second document. Fort Jefferson issued 2 guns for men in Capt. John Baley company. Names: Capt. Robert George.

8154-5-236-238-December 31, 1780: Third document. Capt. Robert George order to issue 113 gills of taffia or Spanish rum for garrison.

8155-5-236-238-December 30, 1780: Fourth document. Capt. Robert George order for Martin Carney to issue ammunition to Capt. Benjamin Roberts of Major George Slaughter corps.

8156-5-239-December 20, 1780: Top document. Faded. Reference to fatigue. Names: Capt. Robert George.

8157-5-239-December 17, 1780: Second document. Faded. Fort Jefferson issued powder and lead. Names: Capt. Robert George, Capt. Richard Brashear.

8158-5-239-December 27, 1780: Third document. Capt. Robert George order for 4 gallons of taffia.

8159-5-239-December 23, 1780: Fourth document. Capt. Robert George order for rations for 40.

8160-5-240-241-December 18, 1780: Top document. Fort Jefferson issued 2 yards of linen from the Public Store to John McGarr, who assisted 8 days in getting meat for the garrison. Names: Israel Dodge.

8161-5-240-241-December 26, 1780: Second document. Faded. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Jefferson to issue taffia.

8162-5-240-241-December 25, 1780: Third document. Capt. Robert George order to Martin Carney at Fort Jefferson to issue 1 gallon of taffia for the militia.

8163-5-240-241-December ?, 1780: Bottom document. Faded. Incomplete. Names: David Wallon, John Joins?, Andrew Henderson, Capt. Morgan, John McMichael, William Shepperd, Francis Robedo, Daniel Ferguson, Joseph Ross, McCajah Mayfield, Thomas Snellock, Samuel Allin, Daniel Bolton, ? Allin.

8164-5-242-243-December 4, 1780: Top document. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Jefferson to issue a tomahawk for Capt. Richard McCarty company.

8165-5-242-243-December 27, 1780: Second document. Fort Jefferson issue taffia. Names: Capt. Richard Brashear, Capt. Robert George.

8166-5-242-243-December 18, 1780: Third document. Kaskaskia issued 2 bags and flour for use of troops at Fort Jefferson. Names: Capt. John Dodge, Sergeant John Giles.

8167-5-242-243-December 7, 1780: Fourth document. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Jefferson issue soap to Ensign Laurence Slaughter.

8168-5-242-243-December 31, 1780: Fifth document. Ensign Jarret Williams order to Fort Jefferson for rum.

8169-5-244-245-December 24, 1780: Top document. Fort Jefferson issued 3 pounds of sugar for 13 men. Names: Capt. Robert George, Capt. Richard Brashear.

8170-5-244-245-December 26, 1780: Second document. Quartermaster issued flannel for the troops to make cartridges. Names: Capt. John Dodge, Capt. Robert George, Martin Carney.

8171-5-244-245-December 26, 1780: Third document. Capt. Robert George order to issue 22 flints to Ensign [Jarret] Williams.

8172-5-244-245-December 26, 1780: Bottom document. Capt. Robert George order at Fort Jefferson for sugar and coffee. Names: Leonard Helm.

8173-5-246-247-December 25, 1780: Top document. Capt. John Baley order to Fort Jefferson to issue a gallon of taffia for company use.

8174-5-246-247-December 25, 1780: Second document. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Jefferson for 4 gallons of rum for his use.

8175-5-246-247-December ?, 1780: Third document. Faded. Names: Capt. Robert George.

8176-5-246-247-December 25, 1780: Fourth document. Capt. John Baley order to Fort Jefferson for taffia for his company.

8177-5-246-247-December 25, 1780: Bottom document. Capt. Robert George order to Martin Carney at Fort Jefferson to issue sugar and coffee to ? Archer.

8178-5-248-December 24, 1780: Top document. Capt. Robert George order for 12 pounds of sugar for his mess.

8179-5-248-December 24, 1780: Second document. Fort Jefferson issued 3 pounds of tobacco for 6 men. Names: Capt. Robert George, Capt. Abraham Kellar.

8180-5-248-December 24, 1780: Third document. Incomplete. Names: Martin Carney, Capt. Benjamin Roberts, Col. [George] Slaughter, Fort Jefferson.

8181-5-248-December 24, 1780: Bottom document. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Jefferson to issue 113 gills of Spanish rum or taffia for that number of men.

8182-5-249-250-December 26, 1780: Top document. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Jefferson to issue powder and lead to Capt. Owens and Lieut. Williams to hunt for meat.

8183-5-249-250-December 25, 1780: Second document. Capt. Robert George order to issue a case of bottles of spirits [liquor].

8184-5-249-250-December 24, 1780: Third document. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Jefferson to issue sugar.

8185-5-249-250-December 28, 1780: Fourth document. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Jefferson to issue 8 gallons of taffia, 18 pounds of coffee and 4 pounds of sugar to Capt. Philip Barber.

8186-5-249-250-December 23, 1780: Bottom document. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Jefferson to issue 113 gills of taffia to that number of men at the garrison.

8187-5-251-252-December 23, 1780: Top document. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Jefferson to issue thread to Capt. [Richard] Brashear' s company.

8188-5-251-252-December 19, 1780: Second document. Capt. Robert George order to Israel Dodge at Fort Jefferson to issue a pair of shoes to Zephaniah Blackford.

8189-5-251-252-December 28, 1780: Third document. Capt. Robert George order at Fort Jefferson to issue taffia ration for 12 men on fatigue [military duty].

8190-5-251-252-December 22, 1780: Bottom document. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Jefferson to issue tobacco to Leonard Helm.

8191-5-253-December 13, 1780: Top document. Capt. Robert George order at Fort Jefferson to issue 3 gallons of taffia to Capt. John Baley.

8192-5-253-December 27, 1780: Second document. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Jefferson to issue 101 gills of taffia for that number men at the garrison.

8193-5-253-December 24, 1780: Third document. Capt. Robert George order to Martin Carney at Fort Jefferson to issue 25 flint to Capt. Benjamin Roberts Company of Col. [George] Slaughter Corps at the Falls of Ohio.

8194-5-253-December 30, 1780: Fourth document. Faded. Capt. Robert George order at Fort Jefferson. Cannot read what was to be issued.

8195-5-253-December 25, 1780: Bottom left document. Faded. Fort Jefferson issued flints to 12 men. Names: Capt. Richard Brashear, Capt. Robert George.

8196-5-253-December 29, 1780: Bottom right document. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Jefferson to issue 3 dozen gun flint to Capt. John Baley.

8197-5-254-December 26, 1780: Top document. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Jefferson to issue 101 gills of taffia for men at the post.

8198-5-254-December 26, 1780: Second document. Capt. Robert George order to Martin Carney at Fort Jefferson to issue sugar? to David Cannidy [Kennedy].

8199-5-254-December 30, 1780: Third document. Capt. Robert George order at Fort Jefferson to issue a ration to 1 man of Capt. John Baley company.

8200-5-254-December 30, 1780: Fourth document. Faded. Incomplete. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Jefferson to issue rations to Capt. Richard Brashear company.

8201-5-254-December 28, 1780: Bottom left document. Capt. Robert George order to issue flints for 38 men of his company.

8202-5-254-December 30, 1780: Bottom right document. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Jefferson to issue 113 gills of taffia for men at the post.

8203-5-255-December 31, 1780: Top document. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Jefferson to issue powder and ball. Names: Capt. Abraham Kellar.

8204-5-255-December 23, 1780: Second document. Fort Jefferson issue 2 quarts of spirits [liquor] to Capt. John Baley.

8205-5-255-December 30, 1780: Third document. Capt. Robert George order to Martin Carney at Fort Jefferson to issue 3 yards of flannel for 3 persons, who cut a load of wood.

8206-5-255-December 31, 1780: Bottom document. Capt. Robert George order to Martin Carney at Fort Jefferson to issue taffia to Capt. Richard Harrison.

8207-5-256-December 30, 1780: Top document. Lieut. Richard Clark was given corn by John Dodge at Kaskaskia for use of troops at Fort Jefferson.

8208-5-256-December 31, 1780: Second document. Fort Jefferson issue 2 quarts of taffia to Capt. John Baley.

8209-5-256-December 29, 1780: Third document. Fort Jefferson issued flints for Capt. [Edward] Worthington company. Names: Capt. Robert George, Sergeant William Crump.

8210-5-256-December 31, 1780: Fourth document. Martin Carney at Fort Jefferson issued powder and lead for a voyage down the Mississippi River. Names: Capt. Robert George, Capt. Richard Harrison.

8211-5-257-258-December 31, 1780: Top document. Capt. Richard Harrison order to Martin Carney at Fort Jefferson for a barge and oars needed to go down the Mississippi River after deserters and on furlough.

8212-5-257-258-December 27, 1780: Second document. Faded. Fort Jefferson issued 2 quarts of taffia to Capt. John Baley.

8213-5-257-258-December 30, 1780: Third document. Capt. John Rogers order to Capt. John Dodge at Kaskaskia to load provisions on the Lieut. [Richard ] Clark's boat from Fort Jefferson.

8214-5-257-258-December 27, 1780: Bottom left document. Faded. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Jefferson to issue taffia for his company.

8215-5-257-258-December ?, 1780: Bottom right document. Faded. Fort Jefferson issued sugar and soap. Names: Capt. Robert George.

8216-5-259-December 28, 1780: Top left document. Capt. Robert George order at Fort Jefferson to issue guns to Reuben Camp, John Andrews, and Moses Lonsford [Lunsford] of Capt. [Edward] Worthington company.

8217-5-259-December 28, 1780: Top right document. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Jefferson to issue 100 gills of taffia for men at the post.

8218-5-259-December 28, 1780: Third document. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Jefferson to issue powder and lead to Ensign [Laurence] Slaughter.

8219-5-259-December 31, 1780: Fourth document. Martin Carney at Fort Jefferson issued 2 quarts of taffia for use of Israel Dodge.

8220-5-259-December 28, 1780: Fifth document. Names: Leonard Helm, Fort Jefferson.

8221-5-259-December 29, 1780: Bottom document. Capt. Richard Harrison order to Martin Carney at Fort Jefferson to issue 3 gallons and 3 pints or rum.

8222-5-260-262-December 29, 1780: Top document. Duplicate filming. Capt. Robert George order at Fort Jefferson for 101 gills of Spanish rum or taffia for men at the post.

8223-5-260-262-December 27, 1780: Second document. Duplicate filming. Martin Carney at Fort Jefferson issued 3 pounds of coffee and 10 pounds of sugar. Names: Capt. Richard Brashear, Capt. Robert George.

8224-5-260-262-December 24, 1780: Third document. Duplicate filming. Faded. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Jefferson to issue soap to Capt. John Baley company.

8225-5-260-262-December 13, 1780: Fourth document. Duplicate filming. Falls of Ohio issued beef and indian corn. Names: George Wilson, Capt. Richard Harrison.

8226-5-260-262-December 25, 1780: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Jefferson to issue powder and lead for 20 men of Capt. John Baley company.

8227-5-263-264-December 31, 1780: Top document. Capt. John Baley and Capt. Robert George order to Israel Dodge at Fort Jefferson to pay George Shepphard [Shepard] for making 3 coats, 4 waistcoats, 3 pairs of overalls, and 1 pair of trousers.

8228-5-263-264-December 27, 1780: Second document. Fort Jefferson gave cloth to Thomas Hays to make 3 shirts for his hunting. Names: Capt. Robert George, Major Silas [Harland], Capt. John Dodge.

8229-5-263-264-December 25, 1780: Third document. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Jefferson to issue tobacco for 6 men of Capt. Richard Brashear company.

8230-5-263-264-December 25, 1780: Bottom document. Capt. Robert George order at Fort Jefferson to issue rum to ? Archer.

8231-5-265-December 26, 1780: Top document. Fort Jefferson issue 20 caribou for use of troops. Names: Capt. John Baley, Capt. Robert George.

8232-5-265-December 8, 1780: Second document. Fort Jefferson issued powder and lead. Names: Capt. John Baley, Capt. Robert George.

8233-5-265-December 15, 1780: Third document. Capt. Robert George order at Fort Jefferson for 101 gills of taffia for men at the post.

8234-5-265-December 26, 1780: Fourth document. Capt. Richard Brashear order to Martin Carney at Fort Jefferson for 3 quarts of taffia for his use.

8235-5-265-December 25, 1780: Bottom document. Capt. Robert George order to Martin Carney to issue taffia to Capt. Benjamin Roberts of Col. [George] Slaughter corps.

8236-5-266-267-December 26, 1780: Top document. Capt. Robert George order to issue powder and lead for 8 men, who were going hunting for the garrison.

8237-5-266-267-December 26, 1780: Second document. Fort Jefferson issue powder and lead. Names: Capt. Robert George, Capt. Abraham Kellar.

8238-5-266-267-December 28, 1780: Third document. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Jefferson to issue 113 gills of taffia for men at the post.

8239-5-266-267-December 25, 1780: Fourth document. Capt. Robert George order at Fort Jefferson to issue 113 gills of Spanish rum or taffia for me at the post.

8240-5-268-269-December 26, 1780: Top document. Sergeant William Crump requested Fort Jefferson to issue 5 pounds of sugar for 1 woman and 2 children belonging to Capt. [Edward] Worthington company. Names: Capt. Robert George.

8241-5-268-269-December 24, 1780: Second document. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Jefferson to issue tobacco for use of Capt. John Baley company.

8242-5-268-269-December 24, 1780: Third document. Martin Carney at Fort Jefferson issued 1 pint of taffia to Capt. Robert George.

8243-5-268-269-December 23, 1780: Fourth document. Capt. Richard Brashear order to Fort Jefferson for a case of rum.

8244-5-268-269-December 24, 1780: Bottom document. Coffee and tobacco issue. Names: Capt. Robert George, Capt. John Williams.

8245-5-270-271-December 4, 1780: Top document. Capt. Robert George order for Fort Jefferson to issue soap for 1 man of Capt. [Richard] McCarty company.

8246-5-270-271-December 3, 1780: Second document. Faded. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Jefferson to issue 2 pounds of sugar.

8247-5-270-271-December 27, 1780: Bottom document. Faded. Names: Martin Carney, Capt. Robert George, Fort Jefferson.

8248-5-272-December 23, 1780: Top document. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Jefferson to tobacco to 30 men of his company.

8249-5-272-December 31, 1780: Second document. Capt. John Baley order to Fort Jefferson for 2 gallons of taffia.

8250-5-272-December 28, 1780: Third document. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Jefferson to issue powder and lead for 8 men of Capt. John Baley company.

8251-5-272-December 27, 1780: Bottom document. Capt. Robert George order for ammunition for 40 men in his company.

8252-5-273-274-December 26, 1780: Top document. Capt. Richard McCarty at Kaskaskia sent a Bill of Exchange for $1,000 to Oliver Pollock, Agent for the state of Virginia at New Orleans for payment to ? Saspy.

8253-5-273-274-December ?, 1780: Second document. Ensign [Laurence] Slaughter requested half gallon of spirits [liquor].

8254-5-273-274-December 31, 1780: Third document. Capt. Richard Harrison order to Martin Carney at Fort Jefferson to issue a quart of taffia.

8255-5-273-274-December 31. 1780: Bottom document. Faded. Incomplete. Reference to complaints by officers against agent Capt. John Dodge, abuses, cargo, blankets. Names: John Delisle?.

8256-5-275-276-December 29, 1780: Top document. Capt. John Williams order for 40 rations for Indians. Names: Jean Chorine?.

8257-5-275-276-December 28, 1780: Bottom document. Account of the state of Virginia with Samuel Watkins for butchering cattle and hogs. Names: Patrick Kennedy.

8258-5-277-278-December 11, 1780: Top document. Bill of Exchange for $3,000 sent by Will Shannon from Falls of Ohio to Treasurer of Virginia for payment to James Sullivan for beef and tar furnished the troops stationed in Illinois under command of George Rogers Clark.

8259-5-277-278-December ?, 1780: Second document. Martin Carney gave quart of taffia to Capt. Richard Harrison.

8260-5-277-278-December 31, 1780: Third document on left. Capt. Richard Harrison order to Martin Carney to issue a bottle of taffia to Edward Murray.

8261-5-277-278-December 31, 1780: Fourth document on right. Capt. John Rogers order to Capt. Dodge to issue sugar for sick at Fort Clark.

8262-5-277-278-December 28, 1780: Bottom document. Benjamin Linn of Kentucky County was paid 9 pounds currency by Robert Benham for 7 days diet provided for a man in company of Col. Rogers.

8263-5-279-280-December 31, 1780: Top document. Lieut. Williams requested a bottle of rum.

8264-5-279-280-December ?, 1780: Second document. Faded. Unable to read.

8265-5-279-280-December 28, 1780: Third document. Faded. Capt. John Williams request for rum.

8266-5-279-280-December 9, 1780: Bottom document. Faded. Col. George Slaughter order to William Shannon to issue a horse to John Phillips, who was going on express to Richmond, Virginia.

8267-5-281-282-December 28, 1780: Top document. Joseph Brazoe provided 2 loafs of bread for troops at Fort Clark. Names: Frederick S. Guion.

8268-5-281-282-December 18, 1780: Second document. William Shannon paid John Carr. Names: Robert Johns?

8269-5-281-282-December 30, 1780: Third document. Faded. Pint of taffia issued. Names: Capt. John Williams.

8270-5-282-282-December ?, 1780: Bottom document. Taffia issue. Names: Martin Carney, Capt. Richard Harrison.

8271-5-283-284-December 7, 1780: Top document. Col. George Slaughter received 759 pounds of beef from William Shannon for troops at Falls of Ohio. Names: Benjamin Roberts.

8272-5-283-284-December 31, 1780: Second document on left. Faded. Names: Capt. Robert George, Fort Jefferson.

8273-5-283-284-December ?, 1780: Third document on right. Faded. Names: Capt. John Baley, George Rogers Clark.

8274-5-283-284-December 29, 1780: Bottom document. Faded. Reference to 2 horses purchased and whiskey given by William Shannon of the Illinois Department to ? Linctot. Names: David Standeford.

8275-5-285-286-December ?, 1780: Top document. Faded. Names: Robert Johnson.

8276-5-285-286-December ?, 1780: Bottom document. Account for Capt. Louis Janist at Kaskaskia. Items listed: flour and sundry article. Names: Capt. John Dodge, Patrick Kennedy, Camp Jefferson, Capt. John Williams and family of Capt. Janist.

8277-5-287-288-December 2, 1780: Top document. George Slaughter received horses and beef at Falls of Ohio from George Wilson.

8278-5-287-288-December ?, 1780: Bottom document. Account of the Commonwealth of Virginia with John Fields. Names: William Bruce, John Richey, Samuel Freeman, John Beakman, John Ritchie, Thomas Dunn, Joseph Ritchie, John Westbay, John Romino, Daniel Carney, William Thompson, Col. Slaughter.

8279-5-289-290-December 29, 1780: Top document. Powder issued to 10 men going on command. Names: Joseph Saunders.

8280-5-289-290-December 20, 1780: Second document. Powder and lead issued. Names: Joseph Saunders, Bland Ballard.

8281-5-289-290-December 20, 1780: Third document on left. Faded. Quartermaster. Unable to read.

8282-5-289-290-December 27, 1780: Fourth document on right. Rations for 3 men of Capt. Benjamin Roberts company. Names: Ensign William Roberts.

8283-5-289-290-December 23, 1780: Fifth document. Faded. Reference to beef for officers mess. Names: George Wilson, Capt. Edward Worthington.

8284-5-289-290-December 12, 1780: Bottom document. Deputy Commissary George Wilson Deputy supplied beef to Col George Slaughter for troops.

8285-5-291-292-December 13, 1780: Top document. Capt. Benjamin Roberts order to Bland Ballard to issue powder and lead for men going down the River.

8286-5-291- 292-December 29, 1780: Second document. George Willson Deputy Commissary issued beef, indian corn and salt to G. Linctot. Names: David Standeford.

8287-5-291-292-December 22, 1780: Bottom document on left. Faded. Whiskey issued. Names: John Brown, Philip Barbour.

8288-5-292-292-December 30, 1780: Bottom document on right. Faded. Powder and lead issued. Names: Ensign William Roberts, George Slaughter.

8289-5-293-294-December 14, 1780: Top document. Bill of Exchange for $4500 sent by George Rogers Clark and Will Shannon at Louisville to Treasurer of state of Virginia to pay George Wilson for liquor furnished the troops stationed in the Illinois Department under command of George Rogers Clark.

8290-5-293-294-December 24, 1780: Second document. Zephaniah Blackford order to William Shannon of the Western Department to issue 27 quarts of salt to Martha Hughes when she arrived at the Falls of Ohio. The salt replaced that loaned to the store.

8291-5-293-294-December ?, 1780: Third document. Faded. Corn, salt and beef issued. Names: Joseph Saunders, George Slaughter.

8292-5-295-296-December 29, 1780: Top document. Powder and lead issued. Names: George Slaughter

8293-5-295-296-December 3, 1780: Second document. Capt. John Williams order for rations for 2 volunteers.

8294-5-295-296-December 19, 1780: Third document. Capt. John Dodge promised to pay Capt. Janist who had supplied state of Virginia at Kaskaskia with silk handkerchiefs, coffee and Scotch handkerchiefs.

8295-5-295-296-December ?, 1780: Bottom left document. Faded. Capt. Richard Harrison order to Martin Carney of the Illinois Department to issue 3 pints of Spanish Rum.

8296-5-295-296-December 27, 1780: Bottom right document. Capt. Robert George order give 12 gills of taffia for men who were on fatigue.

8297-5-297-298-December 10, 1780: Top left document. Capt. John Rogers order for powder and lead for Fort Clark.

8298-5-297-298-December 31, 1780: Top right document. Leonard Helm order to give taffia to Sergeant Goyors.

8299-5-297-298-December 6, 1780: Third document. Incomplete. Rations issued for 10 at Falls of Ohio. Names: William Shannon, George Wilson.

8300-5-297-298-December ? 1780: Bottom document. George Paschell certified Richard Wright had enlisted in the First Regiment of Light Dragoons in 1780 and was under the command of Col. White and died at New Providence. The following list of names were all enlisted? at the same time and place. Names: Thompson Harry, James McDonald, William Townsend?, Richard? Hogg, Early Iroland?, George Paschall. The said Wright enlisted in South Carolina near Clarks Town.

8301-5-299-300-December ?, 1780: Top document. Capt. Richard Harrison order to Martin Carney to issue half a gallon taffia to a men, who had jumped over board into the river to save rations.

8302-5-299-300-December 30, 1780: Second document. George Slaughter order Falls of Ohio to give 10 gallons of taffia to Capt. Benjamin Roberts.

8303-5-299-300-December 28, 1780: Bottom document. State of Virginia expenditure of 3000 pounds currency for a mare horse for Major Linctot, Indian Agent. Names: Thomas McCarty, Willis Green, Sanford Edwards, and William Shannon.

8304-5-301-302-December ?, 1780: Top document. Sundry articles for the quartermaster store at Kaskaskia. Items: 1 cannon screw, 1 hoe, 1 hand saw, 1 cross saw, 2 sawmill saws. 19 planes, 11 pulley, 2 pair of tongues, and 1 reap hook. The articles were left in care of Sergeant Hicks until he went on the expedition up the Mississippi [River] commanded by Col. Montgomery. Upon return from the expedition, the store was in possession of Capt. Placy [Duplasy] but the articles could not be found. Names: James Finn.

8305-5-301-302-December 8, 1780: Second document. Capt. John Dodge at Kaskaskia issued 11 yards of white linen, 3 yards of chintz to make 20 shirts, 30 bags, and 1 indian coat to Ichabod Camp.

8306-5-301-302-December 23, 1780: Third document. Zephaniah Blackford requested a pint of taffia for 3 men, who had gone by boat for corn.

8307-5-303-304-December 26, 1780: Top document. Commander George Slaughter order to George Wilson at Falls of Ohio to issue 40 gallons of whiskey for use of troops.

8308-5-303-304-December 1, 1780: Second document. William Shannon issued a bushel of salt for use of troops at Falls of Ohio under command of George Slaughter.

8309-5-303-304-January 21, 1780: Bottom document. Cash expenditures for blankets, horse, shirts, breeches, handkerchiefs, blue cloth, and table. Names: John Donne, Capt. John Dodge, Mrs. Archer, Jonathan Martin, Boston Demasto, B. Denar, Ted Bulger.

8310-5-305-306-December 18, 1780: Top. Capt. John Williams order to Martin Carney to issue 6 bottles of taffia to his "boy".

8311-5-305-306-December 20, 1780: Second document. Edward Ross? sold 30 gallons of whiskey for 300 pounds currency to Major George Slaughter for his corps.

8312-5-305-306-December 25, 1780: Third document. Deputy Commissary George Wilson at Falls of Ohio issued 10 gallons of whiskey to Will Shannon. Names: James Sulivan [Sullivan].

8313-5-305-306-December 15, 1780: Bottom document. Capt. John Rogers order to Capt. John Dodge at Fort Clark to 2 shirt and 3 handkerchiefs to John Crutchfield.

8314-5-307-308-December ?, 1780: Top document. Faded. Damaged cloth was issued for a blanket to Charles Humble. Names: Capt. Richard Brashear, Capt. Robert George.

8315-5-307-308-December 18, 1780: Second document. Lieut. Jarret Williams order to Martin Carney for 1 quart of taffia.

8316-5-307-308-December 1, 1780: Third document. William Shannon issued 3 bushels of salt for use of troops commanded by George Slaughter.

8317-5-307-308-December 6, 1780: Bottom document. Col. George Slaughter paid $2,123 for corn

8317-5-307-308-December 6, 1780-Continued: obtained from John Wood. Names: John Johnson, John Phillips.

8318-5-309-310-December 14, 1780: Top document. Capt. Mark Thomas order at Fort Nelson for tobacco.

8319-5-309-310-December 17, 1780: Second document. Capt. Richard Brashear order for 3 quarts of taffia.

8320-5-309-310-December 13, 1780: Third document. Capt. John Williams order for 1 pint of taffia.

8321-5-309-310-December 3, 1780: Fourth document. Capt. John Rogers order to Capt. John Dodge at Fort Clark for 1 check handkerchief for Sergeant Merriweather to use to bandage his lame hand.

8322-5-311-312-December 15, 1780: Top document. Capt. John Williams order for 1 pint of taffia.

8323-5-311-312-December 14, 1780: Second document. Faded. Fort Clark issued soap. Names: Lieut. Col. John Montgomery, Capt. John Dodge and ?.

8324-5-311-312-December 23, 1780: Bottom left document. Ensign [Laurence] Slaughter order for half gallon of spirits [liquor].

8325-5-311-312-December 9, 1780: Bottom right document. Fort Jefferson delivered a pair of smith tongs and steel to an armorer.

8326-5-313-314-December 12, 1780: Capt. John Dodge account with Capt. Janist. Written in French. Expenditures for voyage up the Mississippi River, wheat, and voyage to De Bois to load wood. Names: Madam Founiche.

BOX 627-FOLDER 83A

PAPERS, 1780

FRAMES #315-443

139 documents filmed on 128 frames.

8327-5-316-317-July 24, 1780: George Rogers Clark order for ammunition for 13 men of Capt. Squire Boone company of militia under the command of Col. Clark.

8328-5-318-319-July 28, 1780: Account of state of Virginia with Capt. Nicholas Janist. Entries from September 15, 1779 to July 24, 1780. Lieut. Col. John Montgomery, commander at Fort Clark in the Illinois for the state of Virginia, issued Bill of Exchange for $ 1,005 to Capt. Janist, who signed 2 receipts. Items and services listed: loads of wood, cartage from the Mississippi River, beef, bran, flour, grinding of corn, lost of negroes time on the service of the state due to frost bite, diet and lodging of officer for 60 days, sundry articles given Indians and troops, diets for soldiers, pork, use of cart, and corn. Lieut. Col. John Montgomery certified items had been provided for use of troops belonging to the commonwealth of Virginia and directed the Bill of Exchange to the Treasurer of Virginia.

8329-5-320-May 4, 1780: Account of state of Virginia with Capt. Nicholas Janist. Entries from February 10, 1780 to May 1, 1780. Lieut. Col. John Montgomery of the Illinois Regiment at Fort Clark issued a Bill of Exchange

8329-5-320-May 4, 1780-Continued: for $325.20 to the Treasurer of Virginia for articles supplied for use of the troops belonging to the state of Virginia stationed at Fort Clark. Items and services: corn, diet and lodging for 3 men of the troops, pork, buffalo beef, loads of wood, diet and lodging for 3 interpreters and 1 Indian Chief on Public Services with their horses, and hominy.

8330-5-321-322-August 8, 1780: Account of state of Virginia with Vital Beauvais with Bill of Exchange issued and sent to Virginia Treasurer by Lieut. Col. John Montgomery for $ 482.33 for provisions and services furnished troops of Virginia. Entries from May 10, 1779 to July 25, 1780. Items: loads of wood, flour, beef, wheat, cartage, buffalo beef, rations for men, diet and lodging for 2 men of Capt. [Richard] McCarty Co. and their return from Post Fort Vincent [Vincennes], cartage of timber for sawyer, pork, diet for express to Clarksborough, and hominy.

8331-5-323-324-October 9, 1780: Account of state of Virginia with Vital Beauvais from September 8, 1780 to May 22, 1780 for rations, keeping state horse and 220 pounds of beef. Bill of Exchange sent by Lieut Col. John Montgomery to Treasurer of Virginia for payment to Vital Beauvais for supplies and services for troops of Virginia. Names: ? Jones, Judge Pope.

8332-5-325-July 19, 1780: Clothing account for Capt. John Rogers. Items were priced by James Buchanan. Items: broad cloth, blue bath cloth, white linen, cambric, linen handkerchiefs, thread hose, silk, shallon, flannel, grey cloth, fine holland cloth, English blanket, ribbon, comb, sugar, 10 gallons of rum, 6 pounds of coffee, blue and persian cloth.

8333-5-326-327-July 26, 1780: Top document. Ammunition ration on the boat "Happy". Names: Capt.

8333-5-326-327-July 26, 1780-Continued: Richard Harrison, Col. George Slaughter, William Shannon and Western Illinois Department.

8334-5-326-327-August 26, 1780: Bottom document. Faded. George Rogers Clark memorandum of articles drawn out the Public Store for Reuben Kemp while under command of Clark at Fort Nelson. Items: 1 musket, 1 pound of sugar, a sword, and a brass kettle. Verso has reference to Fort Pitt, United State of America, and Virginia. Names: Capt. Robert George, William Irvin.

8335-5-328 -329-February 28, 1780: Top document. Lieut. Col. John Montgomery order for sugar.

8336-5-328-329-July 14, 1780: Second document. Lieut. Col. John Montgomery order to Capt. John Dodge to pay in goods Daniel Bolton, who was employed as an artificer to repair Fort Kaskaskia for 14 days. Names: Lieut. Richard Clark.

8337-5-328-329-December 30, 1780: Third document. Capt. Abraham Kellar order to Martin Carney at Fort Jefferson to issue sugar and coffee. Names: Capt. Robert George.

8338-5-328-329-December 14, 1780: Fourth document. Capt. Abraham Kellar order to Martin Carney at Fort Jefferson to issue 5 quarts and 1 pint of spirits [liquor].

8339-5-328-329-December 18, 1780: Bottom document. Capt. Abraham Kellar order to Martin Carney at Fort Jefferson for 1 quart of taffia.

8340-5-330-331-December 14, 1780: Top document. Martin Kellar issue quart of taffia at Fort Jefferson. Names: Capt. Abraham Kellar, Capt. Robert George.

8341-5-330-331-December 27, 1780: Second document. Fort Jefferson issued a quart and pint of taffia for personal used of Capt. Abraham Kellar.

8342-5-330-331-December 17, 1780: Third document. Capt. Robert George and Capt. Abraham Kellar order at Fort Jefferson to issue 1 pound of sugar to sick Sergeant Pritchet.

8343-5-330-331-December 23, 1780: Fourth document. Fort Jefferson issued 1 gallon of taffia for personal use of Capt. Abraham Kellar.

8344-5-330-331-July 24, 1780: Bottom document. George Rogers Clark order to issue lead to Sergeant J. Walker for 4 men, who had joined the line at the Falls of Ohio.

8345-5-332-333-April 15, 1780: Capt. Richard McCarty of the Virginia Troops certified Mr. Janist furnished a piroague [dug out canoe] for the troops at Cahos for transporting their baggage and provisions to Kaskaskia, which went to Camp Jefferson and never returned.

8346-5-334-337-August 5, 1788: Prepared for James Milligan, Comptroller General of the United States. Cost and price of goods obtained from New Orleans for the troops of Virginia. There may have been more than 4 pages for the account. Documents on frames 338 through 356 have been written on smaller sheets of paper and do not seem to carry balance of the

8346-5-#334-337-August 5, 1788-Continued: fourth page of Document 8346. Items: brown linen, cloth, white linen, serge, gun locks [gun/rifle], silver breast plates, copper breast plates, hand vise, 46 hats, knives, sugar, blue cloth, combs, wrapping linen, bags, wine, brandy, thread, 6 trunks with contents not known, white flannel, grey flannel, druggets, grey shallon, brown bath coating, blue bath, stroud, linen handkerchiefs, white cotton, indigo, 164 sets of china ware, and thimbles. Some items were listed more than once. Names: J. Girault, Madam Beausoleil, Col. Clark, Joseph Bowman, Monsieur Cerre.

8347-5-338-April 1, 1779: Account of Col. John Montgomery. Names: George Webb, Isaac Shelby, Col. George Rogers Clark, George Brooke, Thomas Phillips, Mr. Andrews. Reference to Treasurer of Virginia and troops stationed in Illinois.

8348-5-339-Dec. 16, 1778: Account of Capt. Pope. Names: John Gratiot, John Hart, Richard Chinoweth, John Montgomery, Capt. Roland Maddison [Madison]. Reference to corn furnished for troops and Treasurer.

8349-5-340-June 26, 1781: Reference to Treasurer George Brooke and Daniel Clark.

8350-5-341-June 26, 1781: Entries concern Evan Baker, George Brooke, Anthony Bledsoe, North Carolina, horses, pack saddles, bells, tents, John Dodge, Kaskaskia Indians who went to camp of the Marquis de La Fayette and Indian and commercial agent in the Illinois.

8351-5-342-February 16, 1781: Entries concern Thomas Bentley and Nathan Randolph. Reference to George Brooke and David Hasley.

8352-5-343-April 11, 1781: Account entries for Col. LeGras and William Harrison. reference to expenses to Illinois, George Brook and Charles Bradford.

8353-5-344-December 22, 1781: Account entries for Col. Linctot, Treasurer George Webb, James Buchanan, Robert Anderson, pack horse saddles and purchase of horses.

8354-5-345-February 11, 1780: Account entries for John Todd, Capt. Robert Todd. Reference to George Webb, W. Andrews, Col. Clark, and army bounties.

8355-5-346-October 21, 1779: Account entries for Capt. John Rogers, Herman Consullea? and Major Linctot. References to calvary, George Webb, men marching to Illinois, and Robert Anderson.

8356-5-347-December 21, 1778: Account entries for John Todd and Capt. Robert Todd. Reference to George Webb, W. Andrews, Col. Clark, and army bounty.

8357-5-348-February 20, 1781: Account of Major George Slaughter. References to George Webb, flour, express, horses, James Merserve?, George Willson, Louisville, Simon Triplett, and Joseph Saunders.

8358-5-349-February 20, 1781: Account of William Shannon. References to George Brooke, Jacob Myers, James Sullivan, John Phillips, John Bryan and beef.

8359-5-350-February 20, 1781: Account of William Shannon. Names: George Brooke, James Sullivan, Aquilla Whitaker, beef, James Wright for service at Falls of Ohio, Jacob Valmeter, and Capt. William Pope.

8360-5-351-June 1, 1780: Entries for names: George Wilson, James Sullivan, Abraham Vanmeter, Thomas McCarty, Moses Kirkendall, Isaac Keller, Uriah Sullivan, Uriah Johnson, William Pope, Thomas McGee, and James Wright.

8361-5-352-March 22, 1780: Entries concerning Dorsey Pentecort. Names: George Webb, Capt. [John] Rogers troops, Anthony Gamblin [Gamelin], George Brooke, William Harrison. Reference to Indian Agent and troops.

8362-5-353-February 20, 1781: Entries concerning Ebenezer Lane and Samuel McCulloch. Names: William Finnee, George Brooke, Nathan Randolph, Enoch Innes, John Fevour, Lanford Edwards, John Handley. References to corn, making clothes, and Falls of Ohio.

8363-5-354-September 29, 1780: Entries for James Francis Moore. Names: George Brooke, George Rogers Clark, Jacob Myers, John Mayon, Jonan Thompson, Hugh Forbes, and James Sullivan.

8364-5-355-February 7, 1780: Accounting entries. Names: David Sanford, William Preston, George Brooke, James Newell, Major Linctot. Reference to indians and Illinois.

8365 -5-356-359: Duplicate filming. Faded. Col. John Montgomery account with Commonwealth of Virginia. Reference to J. Ambler, James E. Heath, who was auditor at Richmond, Virginia.

8366-5-360-363-March 15, 1780: Top document. Duplicate filming. Faded. Bill of Exchange sent by Lieut. Col. John Montgomery to Treasurer of Virginia for payment due to Nicholas Lachance for supplies for troops of Virginia.

8367-5-360-363-August 1, 1780: Second document. Duplicate filming. Faded. Powder and lead issued. Names: Thomas Vickroy.

8368-5-360-363-January 25, 1780: Third document. Duplicate filming. Faded. Bill of Exchange sent by Leonard Helm from Fort Clark to Virginia Treasurer for payment of $1,940 to Joseph Andrews for goods for the Indian Department.

8369-5-364-367-April 1, 1781: Top document. Duplicate filming. Bill of Exchange sent by Lieut. Col. John Montgomery from Kaskaskia to Virginia Treasurer for $1,714 payable to Antoine Peltier, who loaned recruiting money Thomas Jefferson and Virginia Council approved payment April 1, 1781. References to Illinois, George Rogers Clark and Capt. Todd.

8370-5-364-367-March 15, 1780: Bottom document. Bill of Exchange sent by Lieut. Col. John Montgomery from Fort Clark to Treasurer of Virginia for $ 170 payable to Nicholas Lachance for services furnished troops of Virginia.

8371-5-368-373-May 5, 1780: State of Virginia account with Capt. Nicholas Janist for supplies and services provided from February 1780 to May 1, 1780 for troops belonging to the state of Virginia at Fort Clark under command of Lieut. Col. John Montgomery. Entries for: diet and lodging of 3 men of the troops for 20 days, pork, buffalo beef, loads of wood, lodging for 3 interpreters and 1 indian chief on public service, and hominy.

8372-5-374-378-October 9, 1780: State of Virginia account with Vital Beauvais for supplies and services provided to Lieut. Col. John Montgomery for the Illinois Regiment at Fort Clark. Bill of Exchange sent to Virginia Treasurer for supplies and services of loads of wood, flour, beef, wheat, cartage, rations for men, diet and lodging for 2 men of Capt. [Richard] McCarty Company for their return from Post St. Vincent [Vincennes], pork, keeping state horses, and hominy.

8373-5-379-No Date: Accounts belonging to Monsieur [Nicholas] Janist. Names: Mr. Pope's statement.

8374-5-380-August 234, 1781: Top document. Names: Matthew Lamb?

8375-5-380-August 25, 1780: Second document. Names: William McClock? or McClick.

8376-5-380-August 12, 1780: Third document. Names: Capt. Janist, William McClock? or McClick.

8377-5-380-No Date: Bottom document. Rations issued for 33 men. Names: Capt. Charles Polk, John Sullivan.

8378-5-381-April 11, 1780: Top document. Account of the Commonwealth [of Virginia] with Enoch Nelson and reference to the Delegates.

8379-5-381-August 12, 1780: Second document. Names: Capt. Janist, William McClock or McClick.

8380-5-381-No Date: Bottom document. Rations for 33 men. Names: Capt. Charles Polk, John Anderson.

8381-5-382-383-No Date: Top document. Appraisement of a bay horse and saddle, which were the property of Daniel Hall and several other horses for expedition against the Shawnee [Indians]. Names: Shradrack Cartier, Leonard Helm, George Rogers Clark, ? Byrd, William Downs, William Downing, and Daniel Biers and a horse master.

8382-5-382-383-? 1780: Bottom document. Account of Commonwealth [of Virginia] with David Kennedy. Items: cloth sent to Richmond, 2 men's time for packing clothing, paper, nails for the cooper, and 2 gallons of whiskey.

8383-5-384-385-December 8, 1780: Top document. Bill of Exchange sent by Will Shannon from Falls of Ohio to Virginia Treasurer for payment due James Sullivan for supplying beef and tar for Col. George Rogers Clark troops stationed in the Illinois.

8384-5-384-385-March 26, 1780: Second document. James Trabue certified Samuel Vanhook Sr. served as commissary from March 10 to March 26, 1780 at Martins Station.

8385-5-384-385-December 8, 1780: Third document. James Trabue certified Benjamin Williams was a soldier in Capt. Holder company and furnished his own rations from Sept. 20 to December 8, 1780.

8386-5-386-June 22, 1780: James Trabue certified several soldiers and had provided their own rations of corn, salt while on service at Martins Station.

8387-5-386-June 22, 1780-Continued: Names: Joel Hilsman, Ransom Finsley, David Tanner, Samuel Porter, Francis Berry, Thomas Berry, John Lovely, John Duncan, William McGuire, Thomas McGuire, Patrick Mahan, Thomas Mahan, William Mahan, Jol Morrison, and William Laforce.

8388-5-387-388-June 24, 1780: Duplicate filming. Faded. James Trabue certified soldiers, who furnished their rations meal and meat at Ruddell Station, Kentucky. Names: Capt. Isaac Ruddell, William Scott, Stephen Ruddell, John Mars, George Davis, John Davis, William Davis, John Burgos, John Conway Jr., John Conway Sr.

8389-5-389-390-July 12, 1784: Account of George Walls with the state of Virginia from August 19, 1780. Names: Edward Ward, Col. William Cherry, Christopher Foster, Col. Crockett, George Rogers Clark.

8390-5-391-392-April 5, 1780: Top document. Written in French and English. Account of state of Virginia with Joseph Andre for provisions given to a Delaware Indian chief at Vincennes. Names: Valentine [Thomas] Dalton.

8391-5-391-392-May 21, 1780: Second document. Written in French and English. Expenditure for taffia obtained from Joseph Andre for friendly indians and corn and a hog for Fort Patrick Henry. Names: Valentine [Thomas] Dalton, ? Mallet.

8392-5-391-392-February 18, 1780: Bottom document. John Buntain certified John Bentley and James Bentley were soldiers in Capt. Harrod's company and furnished their rations from August 1 to Dec. 8, 1779 for a 114 days.

8393-5-393-July 26, 1780: James Trabue certified soldiers provided their rations of corn and salt at Martins Station. Names: Charles Gatliff, Solomon Litton, Samuel Vanhook, George Lovely, Joel Hill, Thomas Foster, Peter Fore, Hezekiah Fore, William Whitsett?, John Hargass, William Foster, and David White.

8394-5-394-May 2, 1780: James Trabue certified soldiers provided their rations in Kentucky. Names: Samuel Ewing, Baker Ewing, Robert Ewing, Nathan Linn, Patrick Jordan.

8395-5-395-May 2, 1780: James Trabue certified soldiers furnished their rations in Kentucky. Names: Samuel Dennace, William Coumbs.

8396-5-396-May 2, 1780: James Trabue certified soldiers furnished their rations in Kentucky. Names: Jacob Doubine, Jonathan Drake, Joseph Miliken.

8397-5-397-May 2, 1780: James Trabue certified soldiers furnished their rations in Kentucky. Names: James Anderson, Robert Flemming, James Berry.

8398-5-398-December 8, 1780: James Trabue certified soldiers furnished their rations in Kentucky County. Names: William Scott, John Bunton, John Haggon.

8399-5-399-May 2, 1780: James Trabue certified soldiers furnished their rations in Kentucky. Names: Major James Harrod, Ann Poag, John Stappleton.

8400-5-400-No Date: Vouchers for the Harrodsburg District. The following documents represent the vouchers.

8401-5-401-403-No Date: Top document. Faded. Duplicate filming. Written in French. Names: Capt. Richard Harrison.

8402-5-401-403-June 26, 1780: Second document. James Trabue at Martins Station in Kentucky County certified soldier Samuel Vanhook found his own ration of corn and salt.

8403-5-401-403-April 19, 1780: Third document. Corn was sold in Kentucky County by Samuel Anublin? and John Haggin to James Trabue.

8404-5-401-403-May 20, 1780: Bottom document. James Trabue certified soldiers at Martins Station in Kentucky County furnished their own rations. Names: James Rice, William Curt, John Fore.

8405-5-404-405-September 8, 1780: Expenditure for use of horse for 35 days. Names: John Galloway.

8406-5-404-405-August ?, 1780: Ammunition ration for Col. Logan battalion. Names: Co. B. Logan, Capt. L. Todd, Capt. Isaac Holder, Capt. McAffe, Capt. Dunton, Capt. May, Capt. Hogan, Capt. John Logan, Capt. John Kennedy, Capt. John Boyle, Capt. Chamberlain.

8407-5-404-405-May 2, 1780: Second document. James Trabue certified soldiers furnished their own rations at Harrodsburg, Kentucky. Names: Patrick Kirby, Mary Bunton, John Buntain.

8408-5-404-405-July 7, 1780: Bottom document. Powder and lead issued to companies of Captains Names: Capt. B. Logan, Capt. L. Todd, Capt. I. Holder, Capt. McAffe, Capt. May, Capt. William Hogan, Capt. John Logan, Capt. John Kennedy, Capt. John Boyle, Capt. Chamberlain.

8409-5-406-407-February 26, 1780: Top document. John Buntain certified Capt. Levi Todd furnished his rations at Harrodsburgh for 24 days.

8410-5-406-407-February 26. 1780: Second document. John Buntain certified Silas Harland and 3 men furnished their own rations at Harrodsburgh.

8411-5-406-407-No Dates: Third document. Ammunition ration. Names: Robert Todd.

8412-5-406-407-August ?, 1780: Bottom document. Faded. Powder and lead issued. Names: James Slaughter, George Rogers Clark.

8413-5-408-411-August ?, 1780: Top document. Duplicate filming. Names: Henry Prather, John Swan.

8414-5-408-411-June 9, 1780: Second document. Duplicate filming. James Trabue certified soldiers furnished their rations in Kentucky County. Names:

8414-5-408-411-June 9, 1780-Continued: William McGee, Joseph Donphan, William Craddleborough, John Gallaway, Edward Nelson, Handers Gallaway, Jesse Hodges, Stephen Handcock [Hancock], William Handcock [Hancock], Samuel Estill, Peter Hacket, Edward Herrod, John Bullock, James Berry, Benjamin Donway, Walter Welch, William Peterson, Nathaniel Bullock, Jesse Copher, and James Davis. Soldiers served at Boonesboro under Capt. David Gass from September 1, 1779 until December 8, 1779.

8415-5-408-411-August 22, 1780: Third document. Blurred. Reference to items in the quartermaster store. items: spades, shovels, mattocks, chains, and chisels. Names: George Rogers Clark, Bland Ballard, David Standeford.

8416-5-408-411-August 9, 1780: Bottom document. Ammunition ration. Names: Hugh McGarry, George Rogers Clark.

8417-5-412-413-July 30, 1780: Top document. George Rogers Clark order to issue powder and lead for 28 men of Capt. John Swan militia.

8418-5-412-413-July 30, 1780: Second document. George Rogers Clark and Capt. John Sullivan order for powder and lead for 24 men of Capt. John Ellison company.

8419-5-412-413-August 2, 1780: Third document. George Rogers Clark order for powder and lead for 28 men of Capt. [Michael] Humble company.

8420-5-412-413-August 7, 1780: Bottom document. George Rogers Clark order for powder and lead for 39 men of Capt. James Patten company.

8421-5-414-415-August 22, 1780: Top document. Andrew Steele issued 10 mattocks, 2 hoes, 17 spades, 10 shovels, 6 collars, 6 pairs of hens, 6 pairs of chains, 1 stretching chain, a chain, 1 lock chain, 2 breech bands, 1 double tree, 1 single tree, 1 rifle/gun, 1 gauge, 1 spike gimlet, 1 froe [frow], and 1 handsaw to Bland Ballard.

8422-5-414-415-August 21, 1780: Second document. Andrew Steele issued 2 augers to Bland Ballard. Names: David Standeford.

8423-5-414-415-July 30, 1780: Third document. George Rogers Clark order for powder and lead for 30 men of Capt. Polk's company of Col. [Benjamin] Linn.

8424-5-414-415-August 9, 1780: Bottom document. George Rogers Clark order to issue powder and lead for Capt. Samuel Scott.

8425-5-416-418-September 29, 1780: Top document. Duplicate filming. Capt. James Sullivan and James Welsh issued a bay gelding horse, which was owned by state of Virginia to Meredith Price for the expedition against the Indian Towns. Names: William Johnson.

8426-5-416-418-July 19, 1780: Second document. Duplicate filming. George Rogers Clark order to issue powder and lead for men of Capt. Polk's company.

8427-5-416-418-July 26, 1780: Third document. Duplicate filming. Faded. George Rogers Clark order for powder and lead for Silas Harlan [Harland].

8428-5-416-418-August 23, 1780: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Capt. Benjamin Harrison issued 4 bags to Daniel Hall to transport provisions and baggage. Names: James Patton?

8429-5-419-422-August 10, 1780: Top document. Duplicate filming. Capt. Benjamin Roberts order to issue 4 pounds of flour for the wounded man at ? Pendergrass.

8430-5-419-422-August 29, 1780: Second document. Duplicate filming. Andrew Steele at Louisville issued a shovel and a mattock to David Smyth.

8431-5-419-422-July 30, 1780: Third document. Duplicate filming. George Rogers Clark order for powder and lead for 37 men and officers in Permenas Briscoe.

8432-5-419-422-July 30, 1780: Fourth document. Duplicate filming. Faded. George Rogers Clark order to issue ammunition for 31 men in company of William O'Hara at the camp at the mouth of Licking Creek.

8433-5-419-422-April 9, 1780: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. George Rogers Clark order to the camp at the mouth of Licking Creek for ammunition. Names: Col. [Benjamin] Linn, Capt. Lewis Hickman.

8434-5-423-424-November 8, 1780: Top document. Major George Walls of the Western Battalion gave $27,533 pounds currency to Pay master Capt. William Cherry at Albemarle Barracks for the purpose of paying the Western Department commanded by Col Joseph Crockett.

8435-5-423-424-June 26, 1780: Center document. Journal entries of James Trabue at Martins Station, Kentucky, who received buffalo beef from William Whitsett, William McQuire, Samuel Vanhook, John Harcass?, Hezekiah Fore of the militia.

8436-5-423-424-July 4, 1780: Bottom document. Capt. Daniel Hall order for ammunition.

8437-5-425-426-June 24, 1780: Top document. James Trubue certified Capt. Isaac Ruddell killed a bullock at Ruddell Station for use of the troops.

8438-5-425-426-July 21, 1780: Second document. George Rogers Clark order for powder and lead for 31 men of Capt. Michael Humble company.

8439-5-425-426-July 21, 1780: Third document. George Rogers Clark order for ammunition for Major Harrod. Names: Andrew Steele.

8440-5-425-426-July 29, 1780: Fourth document. George Rogers Clark order for powder and lead for Capt. William McClure company.

8441-5-425-426-July 31, 1780: Bottom document. George Rogers Clark order to issue powder and lead to Capt. Squire Boone company.

8442-5-427-428-July 25, 1780: Top document. George Rogers Clark order to issue ammunition for 1 man of Capt. Daniel Hall company.

8443-5-427-428-July 30, 1780: Second document. George Rogers Clark order for powder and lead for Abraham Chapline.

8444-5-427-428-July 29, 1780: Third document. George Rogers Clark order for powder and lead for use of 3 men of Capt. McClure company.

8445-5-427-428-July 29, 1780: Bottom document. George Rogers Clark order to issue powder and lead to Capt. Daniel Hall.

8446-5-429-430-July 26, 1780: Top document. George Rogers Clark order for ammunition for 28 men of Capt. Hugh McGarry company.

8447-5-429-430-July 31, 1780: Second document. George Rogers Clark order for powder and lead for Capt. Samuel Scott.

8448-5-429-430-June 26, 1780: Bottom document. Journal entries of James Trabue at Martins Station for buffalo beef obtained for the militia from George Lovely, Thomas McGee, Patrick Mahan, Solomon Litton, Samuel Porter, and Joel Hill.

8449-5-431-432-July 21, 1780: Top document. George Rogers Clark order for powder and lead ration for 41 men of Capt. Peter Asturgus.

8450-5-431-432-July 10, 1780: Second document. Faded. Reference to a lost horse. Names: William

8450-5-431-432-July 10, 1780-Continued: Oldham, Thomas Pascal.

8451-5-431-432-June 26, 1780: Bottom document. Incomplete. James Trabue at Martins Station received buffalo beef for use of the militia from Charles Gatliff, William Foster, Joel Hillsman, John Jackson and Peter Fore.

8452-5-433-434-July 19, 1780: Top document. George Rogers Clark order for powder and lead for militia of Capt. Lewis Hickman.

8453-5-433-434-June 9, 1780: Second document. James Trabue certified Capt. David Gass, Lieut. Pemberton Rawlings, and James Estill found their own rations for 99 days from September 1, 1780 to December 8, 1780 in Kentucky.

8454-5-433-434-July 20, 1780: Third document. George Rogers Clark order for powder and lead ration for 41 men in Capt. Permenas Briscoe.

8455-5-433-434-No Date: Bottom document. Faded. Reference to horse, which was lost.

8456-5-435-436-July 20, 1780: Top document. George Rogers Clark order for powder and lead for 3 men of Capt. William McClure company.

8457-5-435-436-July 17, 1780: Second document. Samuel Hinch and James Johnson appraised a horse for use Virginia militia on an expedition against Shawnee Town. Names: George Rogers Clark, Thomas Spencer.

8458-5-435-436-July 8, 1780: Bottom document. Commonwealth of Virginia paid James Kerr for bacon, flour and sugar furnished for the expedition against the Shawnee. Names: George Rogers Clark, Capt. Henry Prather, Col. John Bowman.

8459-5-437-438-July 26, 1780: Top document. George Rogers Clark order to issue powder and lead for 3 men of Capt. William Oldham Volunteers.

8460-5-437-438-June 26, 1780: Second document. James Trabue certified George Cayle of Licking Creek, Kentucky County sold 1 bullock for use of the prisoners taken at Riddle's Station.

8461-5-437-438-May 2, 1780: Third document. James Trabue certified at Fort Liberty in Kentucky that Reuben Rucker provided a horse for public service from November 8, 1780 to December 8, 1780.

8462-5-437-438-June 9, 1780: Bottom document. James Trabue certified soldier Samuel Porter in Capt. David Gass company found his own rations for 20 days.

8463-5-439-May ?, 1780: Top document. James Trabue received 7 quarts of salt from Daniel Trabue in Kentucky County.

8464-5-439-July 31, 1780: Second document. George Rogers Clark order to issue powder and lead to Capt. Permenas Briscoe company.

8465-5-439-May 2, 1780: Third document. James Trabue in Kentucky certified soldiers Paul Web, Reener Allen, and William Allen found their own rations.

8466-5-440-443-July 8, 1780: Top document. Duplicate filming. Jonathan Cunningham purchased a white horse from William Burree for use of the state [Virginia]. Names: Samuel Watkins, ? Hichman.

8467-5-440-443-May 4, 1780: Second document. Duplicate filming. Capt. David Gass in Kentucky County certified Joseph Doniphan served as a commissary from September 30, 1780 to December 8, 1780 for the militia at Boonesboro.

BOX 628-FOLDER 84

LETTERS, JANUARY 1781

FRAMES #444-460

13 documents filmed on 16 frames.

8468-5-445-446- January 18, 1781: Thomas Jefferson instruction to the Auditors to issue 400,000 pounds currency to the account of George Rogers Clark.

8469-5-447-January 4, 1781: Virginia State Library and Archives notes concerning letter of Joseph Crockett to Thomas Jefferson, where it was filed and printed.

8470-5-448-January 7, 1781: Virginia State Library and Archives notes concerning letter of John Montgomery, where filed and printed.

8471-5-449-January 10, 1781: Virginia State Library and Archives notes concerning letter of George Slaughter to Governor Thomas Jefferson, where filed and printed.

8472-5-450-January 11, 1781: Virginia State Library and Archives notes concerning letter of Godfrey Linctot to Col. [George] Slaughter, where filed and printed.

8473-5-451-January 13, 1781: Virginia State Library and Archives notes concerning letter of Godfrey Linctot to the commanding officer at Falls of Ohio, where filed and printed.

8474-5-452-January 15, 1781: Virginia State Library and Archives notes concerning letter of John Floyd to Governor Thomas Jefferson, where filed and printed.

8475-5-453-January 15, 1781: Virginia State Library and Archives notes concerning letter of George Slaughter to Governor Thomas Jefferson, where filed and printed.

8476-5-454-January 17, 1781: Virginia State Library and Archives notes concerning letter of George Slaughter to Governor Thomas Jefferson, where filed and printed.

8477-5-455-January 17, 1781: Virginia State Library and Archives notes concerning letter of Daniel Breathed to Governor Thomas Jefferson, where filed and printed.

8478-5-456-January 22, 1781: Virginia State Library and Archives notes concerning letter of George Slaughter to Governor Thomas Jefferson, where filed and printed.

8479-5-457-January 24, 1781: Virginia State Library and Archives notes concerning letters of John Todd to Governor Thomas Jefferson and letters sent by Richard McCarty and Richard Winston to John Todd, where filed and printed.

8480-5-458-January 30, 1781: Virginia State Library and Archives notes concerning letter of George Walls to Governor Thomas Jefferson, where filed and printed.

8481-5-459-460-January 24, 1781: Letter of George Slaughter sent from Louisville to Major Bosseron. Faded. Reference to powder, indians, militia, letters written in French, Col. George Rogers Clark and salt.

BOX 628-FOLDER 85

VOUCHERS-JANUARY 1781

FRAMES #461-536

91 documents filmed on 75 frames.

8482-5-462-August 5, 1780: Top document. Flour was obtained for Col. Lonchery corps of volunteers, who were going to join Col. George Rogers Clark. Names: Richard Wallace.

8483-5-462-April 11, 1781: Second document. Thomas Jefferson instruction to Auditors to issue $6,436 to George Wilson for his account.

8484-5-462-No Date: Third document. Certificate of Carl Campbell . Names: Samuel Blackiston, James Wilkey, David Mosspand?.

8485-5-463-January 11, 1781: Top document. Faded. Reference to expedition. Names: David Parkison, William Momb.

8486-5-463-January 12, 1781: Center document. Faded. Bill of Exchange sent from Falls of Ohio by William Shannon and George Slaughter to Virginia Treasurer for payment to George Wilson, who had supplied sundry articles for the Illinois Department.

8487-5-463-January 7, 1781: Bottom document. Faded. Bill of Exchange. Names: Richard Campbell, William Harrison.

8488-5-464-465-April 11, 1781: Top document. Thomas Jefferson on advice of [Virginia] Council sent instruction to Auditors to pay Uriah Johnston for William Shannon.

8489-5-464-465-No Date: Second document. Linen and thread were issued by ? Dodge to Capt. Benjamin Roberts of Col. [George] Slaughter.

8490-5-464-465-June 1, 1781: Bottom document. Thomas Jefferson instruction to Auditors to pay James Wright for William Shannon.

8491-5-466-467-January 13, 1781: Top document. Will Shannon and George Slaughter at Falls of Ohio sent Bill of Exchange to Virginia Treasurer for payment due Uriah Johnson for sundry articles furnished the Illinois Department.

8492-5-466-467-January 10, 1781: Center document. Capt. Robert George order to Israel Dodge at Fort Jefferson to issue linen to make 6 shirts for Capt. Benjamin Roberts.

8493-5-466-467-January 11, 1781: Bottom document. Bill of Exchange sent by William Shannon to Virginia Treasurer for payment due James Wright for services.

8494-5-468-469-January 10, 1781: Top document. Capt. Robert George order to Martin Carney to issue a gun to Lieut. Patrick Kennedy.

8495-5-468-469-No Date: Second document. Names: Israel Dodge, Capt. John Kelly?.

8496-5-468-469-December 23, 1780: Bottom document. Dennis Springer's account.

8497-5-470-471-No Date: Top document. Martin Carney issued a musket and bayonet to Patrick Kennedy.

8498-5-470-471-January 6, 1781: Center document. Capt. Robert George order to Israel Dodge to issue thread to make 25 shirts for company of Capt. John Baley.

8499-5-470-471-January 11, 1781: Bottom document. Dennis Springer was paid by State of Virginia for supplying 60 gallons of whiskey. Names: William Shannon, Willis Green.

8500-5-472-473-April 11, 1780: Top document. Thomas Jefferson order to Auditors to pay Moses Kenkendal for William Shannon.

8501-5-472-473-February 20, 1781: Second document. Thomas Jefferson order to Auditors to pay Mrs. Mary Christie a warrant for $600, which was charged by Major George Slaughter.

8502-5-472-473-No Date: Third document. Israel Dodge gave cloth to Nancy Hunter for payment.

8503-5-472-473-No Date: Bottom document. Names: Israel Dodge, Capt. John Williams.

8504-5-474-475-January 15, 1781: Top document. Bill of Exchange sent by Will Shannon and George Slaughter from Falls of Ohio to Virginia Treasurer to pay Moses Kerkindall.

8505-5-474-475-January 17, 1781: Second document. Faded. Bill of Exchange sent by George Slaughter to Virginia Treasurer for pay due Mary Christe?

8506-5-474-475-January 18, 1781: Third document. Faded. Capt. John Baley order to Israel Dodge to

8506-5-474-475-January 18, 1781-Continued: pay Mrs. Mary Hunter for making 8 shirts.

8507-5-474-475-January 10, 1781: Bottom document. Capt. Robert George order to Israel Dodge for 6 bags for Major John Williams to carry provisions from Kaskaskia.

8508-5-476-481-January 9, 1781: Top document. Duplicate filming. Capt. Robert George order to Israel Dodge to issue flannel, pins, needles to Mrs. Owens since her husband was on express to Falls of Ohio.

8509-5-476-481-January 11, 1781: Second document. Duplicate filming. Capt. Robert George at Camp Jefferson to issue 2 hoops and 2 barrels of Taffia from the country store to Michael Gerault.

8510-5-476-481-January 18, 1781: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Capt. Robert George order to Israel Dodge at Fort Jefferson to pay Mrs. Meredith for making 3 soldier shirts.

8511-5-482-483-February 2, 1781: Top document. Fort Jefferson paid Mrs. Hunter for making 4 soldier shirts. Names: Capt. Robert George, Israel Dodge, Lieut. Richard Clark.

8512-5-482-483-January 25, 1781: Second document. Faded. Reference to Fort Jefferson. Names: Israel Dodge, Capt. Robert George.

8513-5-482-483-January 6, 1781: Third document. Capt. Robert George order to Israel Dodge at Fort Jefferson for thread and white linen to make clothes.

8514-5-482-483-November 11, 1780: Bottom document. Powder and lead issued. Names: Capt. Abraham Kellar, Capt. Robert George, David Kennedy.

8515-5-484-487-January 17, 1781: Top left document. Duplicate filming. Fort Jefferson issued linen and mohair to Jarret Williams. Names: Capt. Robert George, Israel Dodge.

8516-5-484-487-January 9, 1781: Top right document. Duplicate filming. Fort Jefferson issued thread to make shirts for Capt. [Richard] Brashear company. Names: Jarret Williams, Israel Dodge, Capt. Robert George.

8517-5-484-487-January 10, 1781: Third document. Duplicate filming. Capt. Robert George order to pay for 4 gallons of taffia. Names: James Piggett.

8518-5-484-487-January 9, 1781: Fourth document. Duplicate filming. Faded. Capt. Robert George order to issue rations to Capt. John Dodge.

8519-5-484-487-January 27, 1781: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Faded. Capt. Robert George order at Fort Jefferson for taffia.

8520-5-488-491-January 27, 1781: Top left document. Duplicate filming. Capt. Robert George order to

8520-5-488-491-January 27, 1781-Continued: Mr. Dodge at Fort Jefferson to issue trousers for 2 soldiers of his company.

8521 -5-488-491-January 27, 1781: Top right document. Duplicate filming. Capt. Robert George order at Fort Jefferson for a brass kettle and a pair of flat irons. Names: Lieut. James Calvit.

8522-5-488-491-January 19, 1781: Third document. Duplicate filming. Incomplete. Capt. Robert George order to Martin Carny [Carney] to issue a sword to Mr.[John] Donne. Reference to house and Capt. [John] Bayly [ Bayley].

8523-5-488-491-January 12, 1781: Fourth document. Duplicate filming. Capt. Robert George order at Fort Jefferson to Mr. Dodge to issue a coat, waistcoat and pair of overalls to Paul Quibea, who had enlisted for 3 years or during the War.

8524-5-488-491-January 9, 1781: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Jefferson to issue white flannel to Capt. John Williams. Names: Israel Dodge.

8525-5-492-495-February 4, 1781: Top document. Duplicate filming. Israel Dodge paid Mrs. Lunsford for making 2 shirts for Capt. [Edward] Worthington. Names: Lieut. Richard Clark, Capt. Robert George, Martin Carney, Anthony Crawford.

8526-5-492-495-January 11, 1781: Second document. Duplicate filming. Fort Jefferson issued

8526-5-492-495-January 11, 1781-Continued: vermillion for friendly indians. Names: Leonard Helm, James Sherlock, and Israel Dodge.

8527-5-492-495-January 9, 1781: Third document. Duplicate filming. Captain Robert George order to Martin Carney to issue taffia for a party of troops, who were on fatigue transporting provisions in bad weather.

8528-5-492-495-January 15, 1781: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Capt. Robert George order to Israel Dodge at Fort Jefferson to issue cloth and trimming for a suit of clothes for Lieut. Richard Clark.

8529-5-496-497-January 31, 1781: Top document. Capt. Robert George order to Israel Dodge at Fort Jefferson to issue 3 pairs of trousers for company of Capt. John Baley.

8530-5-496-497-January 12, 1781: Second document. Capt. Robert George order at Fort Jefferson to Israel Dodge to issue cloth and trimming for the clothing allowance for Ensign Laurence Slaughter.

8531-5-496-497-January 12, 1781: Third document. Fort Jefferson issued 17 swords to Lieut. Richard Clark for use of company of Capt. Edward Worthington. Names: Capt. Robert George.

8532-5-498-499-No Date: Top document. Names: Israel Dodge, Bartlet Searcy.

8533-5-498-499-January 24, 1781: Second document. George Slaughter order at Falls of Ohio for commissary to send 1 keg of whiskey by Capt. [Edward] Worthington for use of Capt. [Benjamin] Roberts company.

8534-5-498-499-January 25, 1781: Third document. Capt. Robert George order at Fort Jefferson to Israel Dodge to issue thread to Lieut. James Calvit.

8535-5-498-499-No Date: Fourth document. Sergeant Jesse Piner was issued a bayonet. Names: William Clark.

8536-5-500-501-January 4, 1781: Top document. Capt. Robert George order at Fort Jefferson to issue gray cloth to Bartlett Searcy. Names: Israel Dodge.

8537-5-500-501-January 24, 1781: Second document. Capt. Edward Worthington at Falls of Ohio received a bag of goods and 11 gallons of whiskey from George Wilson to deliver to Capt. [Benjamin] Roberts at the mouth of the Ohio River. Names: Willis Green.

8538-5-500-501-No Date: Third document. James Calvit received goods from Israel Dodge.

8539-5-500-501-January 18, 1781: Bottom document. Faded. Capt. Robert George order at Fort Jefferson to issue 1 gun for a man in his company.

8540-5-502-504-February 3, 1781: Top document. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Jefferson to

8540-5-502-504-February 3, 1781-Continued: furnish 2 ax for use of the company. Names: James Calvit.

8541-5-502-504-January 23, 1781: Second document. Bartlet Searcy promised to deliver a canoe with 2 paddles to the quartermaster at Fort Jefferson with the exception of the dangers of the enemy and the water. Names: William Shannon, James Moss.

8542-5-502-504-January 10, 1781: Third document. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Jefferson to cloth and trimmings for a waistcoat to indian interpreter James Sharlock [Sherlock]. Names: Israel Dodge.

8543-5-502-504-January 10, 1781: Bottom document. Capt. Robert George order at Fort Jefferson to issue 1 dozen of needles to soldier George Shepherd in Capt. [John] Bayley company for work with use of troops. Names: Ensign Laurence Slaughter.

8544-5-505-508-January 12, 1781: Top document. Duplicate filming. Martin Carney at Fort Jefferson issued powder and lead for Capt. John Bailey company. Names: Ensign Laurence Slaughter, Capt. Robert George.

8545-5-505-508-January 10, 1780: Second document. Duplicate filming. Faded. Capt. Robert George order at Fort Jefferson to Martin Carney to issue powder and lead for Kaskaskia Indians.

8546-5-505-508-January 18, 1781: Third document. Capt. Robert George order at Fort Jefferson to Martin Carney to issue cloth to Leonard Helm.

8547-5-505-508-January 22, 1781: Fourth document. Duplicate filming. Capt. Robert George order to Israel Dodge at Fort Jefferson to issue 7 yards of cloth, thread and 6 dozen buttons for Capt. [Edward] Worthington company.

8548 -5-509-512-January 19, 1781: Top document. Duplicate filming. Capt. Robert George order at Fort Jefferson to Israel Dodge to issue cloth and trimmings for a suit for the boat master Buckner Pitman.

8549-5-509-512-January 19, 1781: Second document. Duplicate filming. Leonard Helm requested taffia for his use from Fort Jefferson.

8550-5-509-512-January 18, 1781: Third document. Duplicate filming. Capt. Robert George order to Israel Dodge at Fort Jefferson to issue 3 yards of cloth and trimmings for a suit of clothes for Capt. John Bailey.

8551-5-513-516-January 18, 1781: Top document. Duplicate filming. Capt. Robert George order at Fort Jefferson for Israel Dodge to issue cloth and thread to make a pair of trousers for soldier John Young in Capt. Benjamin Roberts company.

8552-5-513-516-January 18, 1781: Second document. Duplicate filming. Capt. Robert George order to Israel Dodge at Fort Jefferson to issue cloth to make a coat and waistcoat for Leonard Helm.

8553-5-513-516-January 18, 1781: Third document. Duplicate filming. Capt. Robert George order to Israel Dodge at Fort Jefferson to issue cloth to make clothing for Capt. Abraham Kellar.

8554-5-513-516-January 25, 1781: Bottom document. Capt. Robert George order to Israel Dodge at Fort Jefferson to issue cloth and trimmings to make clothing for Capt. Edward Worthington.

8555-5-517-520-January 23, 1781: Top document. Duplicate filming. Capt. Robert George order to Israel Dodge at Fort Jefferson to issue 2 pair of overalls for 2 men in his company. Names: Martin Carney.

8556-5-517-520-January 22, 1781: Second document. Duplicate filming. Capt. Robert George order to Israel Dodge at Fort Jefferson to issue 2 coats, 3 waistcoats and 1 pair of overalls for part of Capt. Abraham Kellar company.

8557-5-517-520-January 22, 1781: Third document. Duplicate filming. Capt. Robert George order to Israel Dodge at Fort Jefferson to issue 4 and 1/2 yards of cloth and trimmings for 2 suits of clothes for Capt. Abraham Kellar.

8558-5-517-520-January 22, 1781: Bottom document. duplicate filming. Capt. Robert George order to Israel Dodge at Fort Jefferson to issue 10 yards of cloth, thread and a dozen of buttons for use of his company.

8559-5-521-524-January 18, 1781: Top document. Duplicate filming. Capt. Robert George order to Israel Dodge at Fort Jefferson to issue 2 dozen needles and thread to Martin Carney.

8560-5-521-524-January 24, 1781: Second document. Duplicate filming. Capt. Robert George order to Israel Dodge at Fort Jefferson to issue 3 yards of cloth and trimming for clothing.

8561-5-521-524-January 31, 1781: Third document. Duplicate filming. Capt. Robert George order to Israel Dodge at Fort Jefferson to issue 1 waistcoat and a pair of overalls for Capt. Edward Worthington company. Names: Lieut. Richard Clark.

8562-5-521-524-January 19, 1781: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Capt. Robert George order to Israel Dodge at Fort Jefferson to issue cloth, trimming for 2 suits of clothes for 2 lieutenants in Capt. John Baley company.

8563-5-525-528-January 28, 1781: Top document. Duplicate filming. Capt. Robert George order to Israel Dodge ag Fort Jefferson to issue 2 pair of trousers. Names: Martin Carney.

8564-5-525-528-March 19, 1781: Second document. Duplicate filming. Capt. Robert George order to Israel Dodge at Fort Jefferson to supply denim jeans to Capt. Benjamin Roberts.

8565-5-525-528-January 11, 1781: Third document. Duplicate filming. Capt. Robert George order to Israel Dodge at Fort Jefferson to issue 4 yards of fine cloth make clothes and 10 and 1/2 yard of linen to make shirts, and 3 and 1/2 yards of blue cloth to make overalls for Patt Kennedy.

8566-5-525-528-January 7, 1781: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Capt. Robert George order to Israel Dodge at Fort Jefferson to issue cloth and leggings to Capt. [John] Bailey and Capt. Owens.

8567-5-529-532-January 30, 1781: Top document. Duplicate filming. Lieut. James Calvit request at

8567-5-529-532-January 30, 1781-Continued: Fort Jefferson for 1 quart of taffia.

8568-5-529-532-January 30, 1781: Second document. Duplicate filming. John Donne requested taffia at Fort Jefferson from Martin Carney.

8569-5-529-532-January 26, 1781: Third document. Duplicate filming. Capt. Robert George order to Israel Dodge to issue cloth and a knife for use of Ensign Laurence Slaughter.

8570-5-529-532-January 18, 1781: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Capt. Robert George order to Israel Dodge at Fort Jefferson to pay Mrs. Elizabeth Phillips for making 8 shirts for company of Capt. John Baley.

8571-5-533-536-January 27, 1781: Top document. Duplicate filming. Capt. Robert George order to Israel Dodge at Fort Jefferson to issue cloth and trimming for a coat, 3 waistcoats and 2 pair of overalls for soldiers Michael Miles, Page Porterwood, Andrew Ryon, who were under command of Capt. James Calvit and had enlisted for 3 years or for War.

8572-5-533-536-January 15, 1781: Second document. Duplicate filming. Bill of Exchange sent from Falls of Ohio by George Slaughter and Will Shannon to Virginia Treasurer for payment to James Sullivan for services supplied for the Illinois Department.

8573-5-533-536-January 23, 1781: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Capt. Thomas Quirk request for powder and lead for a family in the district.

BOX 628-FOLDER 86

VOUCHERS, JANUARY 1781

FRAMES #537-618

123 documents filmed on 81 frames.

8574-5-538-539-January 4, 1781: Top document. Capt. Robert George order to Martin Carney to issue sugar and coffee to Capt. Benjamin Roberts.

8575-5-538-539-January ?, 1781: Second document. Capt. John Williams order for 3 quarts of taffia.

8576-5-538-539-January 27, 1781: Third document. George Slaughter at Falls of Ohio order to issue 10 gallons of whiskey to Jacob Piat [Piatt] O'Post [Vincennes].

8577-5-538-539-January 31, 1781: Bottom document. Louisville issued 31 day rations. Names: Willis Green, William Shannon.

8578-5-540-543-January 24, 1781: Top document. Duplicate filming. Capt. John Baley request for taffia.

8579-5-540-543-January 10, 1781: Second document. Duplicate filming. Capt. John Rogers order to Capt. John Dodge agent for the state of Virginia to issue indian corn, flour and 2 bags.

8580-5-540-543-January 3, 1781: Third document. Duplicate filming. Lieut. Jarret Williams order for 3 pints of taffia.

8581-5-540-543-January 7, 1781: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Capt. John Williams order for 3 quarts of taffia.

8582-5-544-549-January 7, 1781: Top document. Duplicate filming. Names: Capt. Benjamin Roberts, Martin Carney, George Slaughter.

8583-5-544-549-January 6, 1781: Second document. Duplicate filming. Capt. John Williams order for 3 pints of taffia for his use.

8584-5-544-549-January 9, 1781: Third document. Duplicate filming. Capt. Benjamin Roberts order to Fort Jefferson to issue 4 gallons and 3 quarts of taffia.

8585-5-544-549-January ?, 1781: Fourth document. Duplicate filming. Names: Capt. Robert George.

8586-5-550-551-January 7, 1781: Top document. Capt. Robert George order for 4 day rations for 25 men and 1 wash woman in company of Capt. [Benjamin] Roberts. Names: Sergeant Proctor Ballard.

8587-5-550-551-January 12, 1781: Second document. Leonard Helm, Superintendent for Indian Affairs, order to Martin Carney to issue a quart of taffia to James McMullin, who had assisted in loading a boat. Reference to Indians.

8588-5-550-551-January 2, 1781: Third document. Faded. John Wright was paid for hauling goods by

8589-5-550-551-January 2, 1781-Continued: his wagons from Carlisle to Fort Pitt for use of General George Rogers Clark expedition. Names: William Harrison.

8590-5-550-551-January 13, 1781: Bottom document. State of Virginia account with Sandford Edwards for supplying beef, and salt. Names: Willis Green, Samuel Harrison, Major George Slaughter.

8591-5-552-555-January 10, 1781: Top document. Duplicate filming. Incomplete. Reference to borough of Clarksville, oath, troops, blockhouse, creek, and garrison.

8592-5-552-555-January 4, 1781: Second document. Lieut. Jarret Williams request for rum.

8593-5-552-555-January 3, 1781: Third document. Will Shannon order to George Wilson to supply half a gallon of whiskey to the fatigue, which unloaded the beef brought in by Mr. Welch.

8594-5-556-557-January ?, 1781: Top document. Capt. John Baley order for 2 quarts of taffia.

8595-5-556-557-January 8, 1781: Second document. Capt. John Williams order for 3 quarts of taffia.

8596-5-556-557-January 4, 1781: Third document. Capt. John Baley order for a bottle.

8597-5-556-557-January 8, 1781: Fourth document. Capt. Robert George and Leonard Helm order to Israel Dodge to issue 6 knives for friendly indians.

8598-5-556-557-January ?, 1781: Bottom document. George Slaughter order for half gallon of taffia.

8599-5-558-559-January 24, 1781: Top document. George Slaughter order to issue rations for 26 men of Capt. [Benjamin] Roberts company and rations for widow of Ensign Asher. Names: Sergeant Proctor Ballard.

8600-5-558-559-January 1, 1781: Second document. Ensign [Laurence] Slaughter to Fort Jefferson for 2 quarts of taffia.

8601-5-558-559-January 10, 1781: Third document. William Shannon at Fort Jefferson issued a flat bottom boat with 5 oars to Capt. Edward Worthington promised to return except for danger of the enemy or water. Names: Willis Green.

8602-5-558-559-January 11, 1781: Bottom document. Will Shannon order to George Wilson to issue 200 pounds of beef to Capt. Sullivan.

8603-5-560-563-January 13, 1781: Top document. Duplicate filming. George Slaughter at Falls of Ohio sent Bill Exchange to Virginia Treasurer for payment to Sanford Edwards for beef and salt. Verso was dated February 19, 1781 and Thomas Jefferson instructed auditors to make payment.

8604-5-560-563-January 8, 1781: Second document. Duplicate filming. Capt. John Williams order for 3 pints of taffia.

8605-5-560-563-January 10, 1781: Third document. Duplicate filming. George Slaughter order rations be given to widow of Ensign Asher.

8606-5-560-563-January 7, 1781: Fourth document. Duplicate filming. Names: Capt. John Baley.

8607-5-560-563-January ?, 1781: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Faded. Names: Richard Clark. Fort Jefferson.

8608-5-564-567-January 14, 1781: Top document. Duplicate filming. Incomplete. Reference to taffia and Kaskaskia. Names: Capt. Robert George, Richard Clark.

8609-5-564-567-January 31, 1781: Second document. Duplicate filming. Faded. Reference to taffia.

8610-5-564-567-January 12, 1781: Third document. Faded. Duplicate filming. Fort Jefferson issued sugar to soldier John Lockert?. Names: Capt. Robert George.

8611-5-564-567-January 10, 1781: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Faded. Ensign Jarret Williams request for sugar at Fort Jefferson.

8612-5-568-January 10, 1781: Top document. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Jefferson powder and lead for 13 men on command to the Illinois.

8613-5-568-January ?, 1781: Second document. Capt. Robert George order for a quart of taffia.

8614-5-568-January 8, 1781: Third document. Faded. Leonard Helm request for rum from Fort Jefferson.

8615-5-568-January 3, 1781: Bottom left document. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Jefferson for 3 quarts of taffia.

8616-5-568-January 1, 1781: Bottom right document. Fort Jefferson issued taffia. Names: Capt. Robert George, Buckner? Pittman.

8617-5-569-January 5, 1781: Top left document. George Slaughter order for spirits [liquor] at Fort Jefferson.

8618-5-569-January 14, 1781: Top right document. Capt. Robert George order to Martin Carney to issue 6 pounds of sugar and 3 pounds of coffee to Ensign [Jarret] Williams.

8619-5-569-January 5, 1781: Second document. Capt. Robert George order at Fort Jefferson to issue a quart of taffia to Lieut. John Walker.

8620-5-569-January 7, 1781: Third document. Capt. Robert George and Capt. Abraham Kellar order to Fort Jefferson to issue taffia for men on fatigue.

8621-5-569-January 3, 1781: Bottom document. Fort Jefferson issued 4 pounds of sugar and 2 pounds of coffee. Names: Martin Carney, Silas Harlan [Harland], Capt. Robert George.

8622-5-570-January 4, 1781: Top document. Israel Dodge order to Fort Jefferson for 3 pints of taffia.

8623-5-570-January 8, 1781: Second document. Capt. Robert George and Leonard Helm order to Martin Carney to issue 2 gallons of taffia to friendly indians.

8624-5-570-January 5, 1781: Third document. Capt. Robert George order to Martin Carney to give 5 quarts of rum to Capt. George Owens.

8625-5-570-January 4, 1781: Fourth document. Capt. Robert George and Silas Harlan [Harland] order to issue powder and lead to Joseph Hunter at Fort Jefferson.

8626-5-571-572-January ?, 1781: Top document. Fort Jefferson issued rum for 3 friendly indians. Names: Capt. Robert George, Leonard Helm.

8627-5-571-572-January 6, 1781: Second document. Capt. Robert George order to Martin Carney to issue 3 quarts of rum.

8628-5-571-572-January 5, 1781: Third document. Capt. Robert George and Leonard Helm order to furnish flints to friendly indians.

8629-5-571-572-January 12, 1781: Fourth document. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Jefferson to issue 3 quarts of taffia to Mr. Hunter.

8630-5-571-572-January 7, 1781: Bottom document. Fort Jefferson issued ? to Indian interpreter James Sherlock. Names: Capt. Robert George.

8631-5-573-576-January 12, 1781: Top document. Duplicate filming. Ensign Laurence Slaughter order to Fort Jefferson for taffia.

8632-5-573-576-January 11, 1781: Second document. Duplicate filming. Capt. Robert George and Leonard Helm order to Fort Jefferson to issue 1 quart of taffia for friendly indians.

8633-5-573-576-January 12, 1781: Third document. Duplicate filming. Capt. Robert George order for taffia.

8634-5-573-576-January 9, 1781: Bottom document. Capt. Thomas Quirk order at Fort Nelson for powder.

8635-5-577-578-January 7, 1781: Top document. John Donne order to Martin Carney for 4 gallons of taffia.

8636-5-577-578-January 7, 1781: Second document. Israel Dodge request at Fort Jefferson for 3 pints of taffia for his use.

8637-5-577-578-January 7, 1781: Third document. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Jefferson for 3 pints of taffia.

8638-5-577-578-January 11, 1781: Fourth document. Capt. Robert George order to Martin Carney to issue 10 gallons of taffia to Major John Williams for his voyage to Illinois.

8639-5-577-578-January 9, 1781: Bottom document. Capt. John Williams order for 3 quarts of taffia.

8640-5-579-582-January 1, 1781: Top document. Duplicate filming. Ensign Jarret Williams request to Fort Jefferson for 2 quarts of taffia.

8641-5-579-582-January 1, 1781: Second document. Duplicate filming. Martin Carney at Fort Jefferson issued 3 barges. 100 oars, 1 iron grapple, 1 pittiaugree, 1 canoe, and a new cable rope to boat master Buckner Pittman. Names: John Donne.

8642-5-579-582-January ?, 1781: Third document. Faded. Duplicate filming. Fort Jefferson issued a gallon of taffia to Leonard Helm.

8643-5-579-582-January 10, 1781: Fourth document. Duplicate filming. Martin Carney at Fort

8643-5-579-582-January 10, 1781-Continued: Jefferson issued 2 quarts of rum for use of boat master Buckner Pittman.

8644-5-582-583-January 2, 1781: Top document. Lieut. Jarret Williams order at Fort Jefferson to Martin Carney to issue 2 quarts of taffia.

8645-5-582-583-January 9, 1781: Second left document. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Jefferson to issue 1 quart of taffia to friendly indians.

8646-5-582-583-January 4, 1781: Third document on right. Ensign [Laurence] Slaughter order to Fort Jefferson to issue 1 pound of sugar.

8647-5-582-583-January 13, 1781: Fourth document. Martin Carney at Fort Jefferson issued a bottle of taffia to friendly indians. Names: Capt. Robert George, Leonard Helm.

8648-5-582-583-January 13, 1781: Fifth document. Israel Dodge order to Martin Carney at Fort Jefferson to issue 3 pints of taffia.

8649-5-582-583-January 9, 1781: Bottom document. Martin Carney issued taffia and sugar. Names: Patt Kennedy, Capt. Robert George.

8650-5-585-586-January 9, 1781: Top document. Lieut. Richard Clark request at Fort Jefferson for 3 pints of taffia.

8651-5-585-586-January ?, 1781: Second document. Capt. Robert George order to issue 2 gallons of taffia and 40 pounds of tallow. Names: Martin Carney, Capt. robert George, John Donne, and Mr. Guion.

8652-5-585-586-January 9, 1781: Third document. Capt. Robert George order to Martin Carney to issue 12 pounds of sugar and 6 pounds of coffee to Patt Kennedy, Assistant Conductor.

8653-5-585-586-January 11, 1781: Fourth document. Capt. Robert George order to Martin Carney to issue 6 pounds of sugar.

8654-5-587-588-January 9, 1781: Top document. Martin Carney at Fort Jefferson issued 3 pints of taffia to indian interpreter James Sherlock. Names: Capt. Robert George.

8655-5-587-588-January 9, 1781: Second document. Israel Dodge order to Martin Carney at Fort Jefferson to issue 3 pints of taffia for his use.

8656-5-587-588-January 8, 1781: Bottom left document. Capt. Robert George and Leonard Helm order to Fort Jefferson to issue 3 pints of taffia for friendly indians.

8657-5-589-592-January 11, 1781: Top document. Duplicate filming. Capt. Robert George order to Martin Carney at Fort Jefferson to issue a quart of taffia to Sergeant John Walker.

8658-5-589-592-January 12, 1781: Second document. Duplicate filming. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Jefferson to issue powder, lead and flints to Lieut. Richard Clark.

8659-5-589-592-January 7, 1781: Third document. Duplicate filming. Lieut. Richard Clark order to Martin Carney at Fort Jefferson for 1 bottle of taffia.

8660-5-589-592-January 7, 1781: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Fort Jefferson issued 3 pints of taffia. Names: Capt. Robert George, Col. George Slaughter.

8661-5-593-594-January 8, 1781: Top document. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Jefferson for rum

8662-5-593-594-January 8, 1781: Second document. Leonard Helm order for 3 pints of taffia to give to indians.

8663-5-593-594-January 10, 1781: Third document. Ensign Laurence Slaughter order to Fort Jefferson for a half gallon of taffia.

8664-5-593-594-January 9, 1781: Bottom left document. Capt. Thomas Quirk order to Fort Nelson for flannel and a knife.

8665-5-593-594-January ?, 1781: Bottom right document. Ensign Jarret Williams order for taffia.

8666-5-595-598-January 9, 1781: Top document. Duplicate filming. Capt. Thomas Quirk order at Fort Nelson for flannel and knife. Names: Capt. Robert George.

8667-5-595-598-January 10, 1781: Second document. Duplicate filming. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Jefferson to issue sugar and coffee to Ensign Laurence Slaughter.

8668-5-595-598-January 10, 1781: Third document. Duplicate filming. Capt. John Williams order to issue 13 quarts and 8 pints of [taffia].

8669-5-595-598-January 7, 1781: Fourth document. Duplicate filming. Capt. Robert George order to Martin Carney to issue sugar and paper to Israel Dodge for use of the agent's department.

8670-5-599-600-January 8, 1781: Top document. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Jefferson to issue a day ration of taffia for 26 men of Capt. John Baley company.

8671-5-599-600-January 8, 1781: Second document. Lieut. Richard Clark order to Fort Jefferson for 3 pints of taffia.

8672-5-599-600-January 7, 1781: Third document. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Jefferson to give 6 quarts of taffia as pay to soldier Edward Murrey in company of Capt. John Baley for furnishing taffia at Cahos.

8673-5-599-600-January 8, 1781: Fourth document. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Jefferson to issue powder and lead for 3 men in company of Capt. John Baley.

8674-5-601-604-January 10, 1781: Top document. Duplicate filming. Martin Carney at Fort Jefferson issued 2 gallons of taffia to replace that furnished by Capt. James Pigot for use of the boats transporting provisions from Kaskaskia. Names: Lieut. Richard Clark, Capt. Robert George.

8675-5-601-604-January 5, 1781: Second document. Duplicate filming. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Jefferson to issue 1 pound of sugar to Leonard Helm.

8676-5-601-604-January 9, 1781: Third document. Duplicate filming. Capt. John Williams request for taffia.

8677-5-601-604-January ?, 1781: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Faded. Capt. Robert George order for taffia.

8678-5-605-608-January 2, 1781: Top document. Duplicate filming. Capt. Robert George order to Martin Carney at Fort Jefferson to issue guns for 3 men.

8679-5-605-608-January 5, 1781: Second document. Duplicate filming. Capt. Robert George order at Fort Jefferson for taffia.

8680-5-605-608-January ?, 1781: Third document. Duplicate filming. Faded. Capt. Robert George.

8681-5-605-608-January 2, 1781: Bottom left document. Duplicate filming. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Jefferson to issue sugar and coffee to Lieut. Richard Clark.

8682-5-605-608-January 6, 1781: Bottom right document. Duplicate filming. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Jefferson to issue sugar and coffee to 10 sick men.

8683-5-609-612-January 7, 1781: Top document. Duplicate filming. Capt. John Baley order to Fort Jefferson for 2 quarts of taffia.

8684-5-609-612-January 6, 1781: Second left document. Duplicate filming. Capt. Robert George order to issue a gill of taffia to each officer, sergeant and 9 men, who were on fatigue.

8685-5-609-612-January 8, 1781: Third document on right. Duplicate filming. Ensign Jarret Williams request to Capt. Robert George at Fort Jefferson for 3 gallon of taffia.

8686-5-609-612-January 12, 1781: Fourth document. Duplicate filming. Capt. Robert George order to Israel Dodge at Fort Jefferson to give cloth to Major Silas Harlan [Harland].

8687-5-609-612-January 12, 1781: Fifth document. Duplicate filming. Capt. Robert George order to Israel Dodge at Fort Jefferson to issue cloth to make shirts for company of Capt. Benjamin Roberts.

8688-5-613-616-January 8, 1781: Top document. Duplicate filming. Patt Kennedy was issued taffia. Names: Edward Murrey.

8689-5-613-616-January 18, 1781: Second document. Duplicate filming. For Jefferson issued powder and lead. Names: Capt. Robert George, Lieut. John Thruston, Capt. John Rogers.

8690-5-613-616-January 12, 1781: Third document. Duplicate filming. Capt. Richard Brashear at Falls of Ohio request for sugar for a sick man in his company.

8691-5-613-616-January 11, 1781: Fourth document. Duplicate filming. John Donne request to Martin Carney for liquor.

8692-5-617-618-January 11, 1781: Top document. Capt. Robert George order to Martin Carney at Fort Jefferson to issue 2 quarts of taffia to a friendly indian Joseph.

8693-5-617-618-January 8, 1781: Second document. Capt. Robert George and Leonard Helm order to issue powder and lead for 25 indians, who had joined in the War at

Fort Jefferson.

8694-5-617-618-January 10, 1781: Third document. Fort Jefferson issued taffia to Ensign Jarret Williams.

8695-5-617-618-January 7, 1781: Fourth document. Martin Carney issued 1 quart of taffia to James

8696-5-617-618-January 7, 1781-Continued: Sherlock, indian interpreter. Names: Capt. Robert George.

8697-5-617-618-January 7, 1781: Bottom document. Fort Jefferson issued taffia. Names: Capt. Benjamin Roberts, Col. George Slaughter.

BOX 628-FOLDER 87

VOUCHERS-JANUARY 1781

FRAMES #619-693

127 documents filmed on 74 frames.

8698-5-620-621-January 19, 1781: Top document. Capt. Robert George order to Israel Dodge at Fort Jefferson to issue 9 and 1/2 yards of cloth for use of Capt. John Baley company.

8699-5-620-621-January 19, 1781: Second document. Capt. Robert George order to Israel Dodge at Fort Jefferson to issue thread, 6 dozen buttons and 3 suits of clothes for Capt. John Baley.

8700-5-620-621-January 19, 1781: Third document. Capt. Robert George order to Israel Dodge at Fort Jefferson to issue 1 coat, 3 waistcoats, 1 pair of overalls and buttons for Capt. Edward Worthington company.

8701-5-620-621-January 19, 1781: Fourth document. Capt. Robert George order to Israel Dodge at Fort Jefferson to issue cloth, thread and mohair for Capt. Edward Worthington company.

8702-5-622-625-January 22, 1781: Top document. Duplicate filming. Capt. Robert George order to Israel Dodge at Fort Jefferson to issue cloth and thread to Capt. [Richard] Brashear company.

8703-5-622-625-January 25, 1781: Second document. Duplicate filming. Capt. Robert George order to Israel Dodge at Fort Jefferson to issue cloth and thread to Capt. James Calvit company.

8704-5-622-625-January 18, 1781: Third document. Duplicate filming. Capt. Robert George order to Israel Dodge at Fort Jefferson to pay Mrs. Kennedy for making 7 shirts for Capt. John Baley company.

8705-5-622-625-January 19, 1781: Fourth document. Duplicate filming. Capt. Robert George order to israel Dodge at Fort Jefferson to issue 3 coats, 5 waistcoats, 2 pairs of trousers and metal buttons.

8706-5-622-625-January 19, 1781: Bottom document. Capt. Robert George order to Israel Dodge at Fort Jefferson to issue cloth, thread and mohair.

8707-5-626-627-January 12, 1781: Top document. Israel Dodge issued 18 gills of whiskey for soldiers of Col. George Rogers Clark at Falls of Ohio. Names: Col. George Slaughter, Capt. Edward Worthington.

8708-5-626-627-January 13, 1781: Second document. Falls of Ohio issue 18 gills of whiskey for Illinois troops of Col. George Rogers Clark. Names: Capt. Edward Worthington, Col. George Slaughter.

8709-5-626-627-January 25, 1781: Third document. Capt. Robert George order to Israel Dodge at Fort Jefferson for 1 suit of clothes and 323 buttons for Lieut. Calvit.

8710-5-626-627-January 22, 1781: Fourth document. Capt. Robert George order to Israel Dodge at Fort Jefferson to issue 3 coats, 3 waistcoats and 1 dozen of metal buttons for Capt. Richard Brashear company.

8711-5-628-631-January 19, 1780: Top document. duplicate filming. Capt. Robert George order for powder and lead for the blockhouse.

8712-5-628-631-January 18, 1781: Second document. Duplicate filming. Capt. Robert George and Leonard Helm order to Fort Jefferson to issue coffee and sugar to James Sherlock, indian interpreter.

8713-5-628-631-January 8, 1781: Left document. Duplicate filming. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Jefferson to issue taffia.

8714-5-628-631-January 8, 1781: Right document. Duplicate filming. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Jefferson for 8 gills of taffia for Capt. John Baley fatigue.

8715-5-628-631-January 19, 1781: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Israel Dodge request at Fort Jefferson for 3 quarts of taffia.

8716-5-632-634-January 18, 1781: Top document. Fort Jefferson issued taffia to Ensign Slaughter.

8717-5-632-634-January 17, 1781: Second document. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Jefferson to pay Mrs. Burks for making 2 shirts for Capt. Richard Brashear company. Names: Ensign Jarret Williams.

8718-5-632-634-January 18, 1781: Third document. Fort Jefferson issued taffia to Israel Dodge.

8719-5-632-634-January 15, 1781: Fourth document. Beverly Trent certified John Donne issued his own spade in April to dig a trench to erect pickets at the Falls of Ohio and that the spade was lost.

8720-5-632-634-January 15, 1781: Bottom left document. Capt. Robert George order to Martin Carney to issue taffia to friendly indians. Names: Leonard Helm.

8721-5-632-634-January 19, 1781: Bottom right document. Capt. Robert George order to issue 2 pounds of sugar and 1 pound of coffee to sick soldier George Smith.

8722-5-635-636-January 17, 1781: Top document. Martin Carney at Fort Jefferson issued 1 gallon and half of taffia and sugar to Israel Dodge.

8723-5-635-636-January 11, 1781: Second document. Fort Jefferson issued half gallon taffia to Ensign Laurence Slaughter.

8724-5-635-636-January 10, 1781: Third document. Fort Jefferson issued 3 pints of taffia to Capt. Robert George.

8725-5-635-636-January 4, 1781: Fourth document. Capt. John Baley request for taffia.

8726-5-635-636-January 17, 1781: Fifth document. Martin Carney issued 2 quarts of taffia to Capt. John Baley.

8727-5-637-638-January 8, 1781: Top document. Capt. Robert George order to issue rum for men in Ensign Jarret Williams fatigue.

8728-5-637-638-January 24, 1781: Second document. Fort Jefferson issued half gallon of taffia to Ensign Laurence Slaughter.

8729-5-637-638-January 22, 1781: Third document. Fort Jefferson issue rum to Lieut. Jarret Williams.

8730-5-637-638-January 15, 1781: Fourth document. Capt. Robert George order to issue 1 day taffia allowance to 6 men on Capt. [Benjamin] Roberts fatigue. Names: Sergeant John Young.

8731-5-637-638-January 11, 1781: Fifth document. Fort Jefferson issued a gallon of taffia to Ensign Laurence Slaughter.

8732-5-639-January 7, 1781: Top left document. Fort Jefferson issued taffia to Israel Dodge.

8733-5-639-January 15, 1781: Top right document. Martin Carney issued 3 pints of taffia to Capt. Robert George.

8734-5-639-January 15, 1781: Third document. Capt. Robert George and Leonard Helm order to Fort Jefferson to issue 1 quart of taffia to friendly indians.

8735-5-639-January 15, 1781: Fourth document. Martin Carney certified Joseph Thornton worked as an artificer.

8736-5-639-January 21, 1781: Fifth document. Fort Jefferson issued taffia to Leonard Helm.

8737-5-640-643-January 23, 1781: Top document. Duplicate filming. Taffia issued to John Donne.

8738-5-640-643-January 23, 1781: Second document. Duplicate filming. Capt. Robert George order to Martin Carney at Fort Jefferson to issue sugar and coffee.

8739-5-640-643-January 22, 1781: Third document. Duplicate filming. Martin Carney at Fort Jefferson issued taffia to boat master Buckner Pittman.

8740-5-640-643-January 8, 1781: Fourth document. Duplicate filming. Faded. George Slaughter order to issue flour ration for Capt. [Benjamin] Roberts company.

8741-5-644-645-January 24, 1781: Top document. Capt. Robert George order to Martin Carney at Fort Jefferson to issue powder and lead to Ensign [Jarret] Williams for his hunting party.

8742-5-644-645-January 24, 1781: Left document. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Jefferson to issue taffia for men on fatigue.

8743-5-644-645-January 22, 1781: Right document. Capt. Robert George order to issue soap.

8744-5-644-645-January ?, 1781: Fourth document. Reference to payment by Martin Carney to Samuel Kirby for fatigue service.

8745-5-644-645-January 25, 1781: Bottom document. Capt. Edward Worthington order to Martin Carney to issue bearer Edward Murry with 1 quart of taffia.

8746-5-646-649-January 15, 1781: Top document. Duplicate filming. Capt. Robert George order to Martin Carney at Fort Jefferson to issue a sword to Major Silas Harlan [Harland]

8747-5-646-649-January 10, 1781: Second document. Duplicate filming. Capt. John Williams order for 3 pints of taffia from Fort Jefferson.

8748-5-646-649-January 14, 1781: Third document. Duplicate filming. Fort Jefferson issued sugar. Names: Ensign Jarret Williams, Capt. Robert George.

8749-5-646-649-January 15, 1781: Fourth document. Duplicate filming. Capt. Robert George order to Martin Carney at Fort Jefferson to issue swords to company of Capt. Richard Brashear.

8750-5-650-651-January 20, 1781: Top document. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Jefferson to issue taffia for the fatigue of Lieut. Richard Clark.

8751-5-650-651-January 24, 1781: Second document. Capt. Robert George order to Martin Carney at Fort Jefferson to issue sugar and coffee to Capt. John Baley.

8752-5-650-651-January 23, 1781: Third document. Martin Carney issued taffia to Israel Dodge at Fort Jefferson.

8753-5-650-651-January 22, 1781: Fourth document. Fort Jefferson issued taffia to Leonard Helm.

8754-5-652-653-January 21, 1781: Top document. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Jefferson to issue sugar and coffee for sick soldier William Karvo of Capt. John Baley company.

8755-5-652-653-January 3, 1781: Second document. Falls of Ohio paid Michael Wolf $18.00 and staples from the company store. Names: John Donne.

8756-5-652-653-January 15, 1781: Third document. Capt. Robert George and Leonard Helm order to give powder and lead to friendly indians.

8757-5-652-653-January 16, 1781: Fourth document on right. Martin Carney at Fort Jefferson issued a quart of taffia to Ensign Jarret Williams.

8758-5-652-653-January 16, 1781: Fifth document. Fort Jefferson issued a bottle of taffia to Israel Dodge.

8759-5-652-653-January 24, 1781: Bottom document. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Jefferson to issue sugar and coffee to Lieut. James Calvit.

8760-5-654-655-January 24, 1781: Top document. Capt. Robert George order to issue liquor for men of Lieut. James Calvit fatigue.

8761-5-654-655-January 25, 1781: Second document. Martin Carney at Fort Jefferson issue liquor to Lieut. James Calvit.

8762-5-654-655-January 25, 1781: Third document. Fort Jefferson issued 3 pints of taffia to Leonard Helm.

8763-5-654-655-January 23, 1781: Fourth document. Capt. Robert George order to Martin Carney at Fort Jefferson to issue 12 pounds of sugar to John Donne to celebrate his festivity.

8764-5-654-655-January 22, 1781: Fifth document. Fort Jefferson issued half gallon of taffia to Ensign Laurence Slaughter.

8765-5-656-659-January 26, 1781: Top document. Duplicate filming. Fort Jefferson issued soap. Names: Capt. Robert George, Lieut. William Elm, Capt. Richard Brashear.

8766-5-656-659-January 17, 1781: Second document. Duplicate filming. Israel Dodge at Fort Jefferson issued 3 yards of linen to Capt. Robert George.

8767-5-656-659-January 19, 1781: Third document. Duplicate filming. Martin Carney at Fort Jefferson issued taffia to Capt. John Baley.

8768-5-656-659-January 21, 1781: Fourth document. Duplicate filming. Martin Carney issued 5 quarts of taffia to John Donne.

8769-5-656-659-January 28, 1781: Fifth document. Duplicate filming. Flour was issued for men building the fort. Names: Richard Chinoweth, Col. George Slaughter.

8770-5-660-661-January 26, 1781: Top document. Capt. Robert George order to Martin Carney at Fort Jefferson to issue 4 quarts of taffia to Sergeant John Walker.

8771-5-660-661-January 18, 1781: Left document. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Jefferson to issue taffia for the fatigue of Capt. Abraham Kellar.

8772-5-660-661-January 6, 1781: Right document. Capt. Robert George order to issue sugar to sick

8772-5-660-661-January 6, 1781-Continued: soldier David Kennedy in Capt. John Rogers company.

8773-5-660-661-January 17, 1781: Fourth document. Martin Carney issued 3 quarts to Israel Dodge at Fort Jefferson.

8774-5-660-661-January 18, 1781: Fifth document. Israel Dodge at Fort Jefferson issued powder for use of Capt. Robert George.

8775-5-662-663-January 20, 1781: Top document. Martin Carney at Fort Jefferson issued 3 pints of taffia to Israel Dodge.

8776-5-662-663-January 19, 1781: Second document. Fort Jefferson issued 2 quarts of rum to boat master Buckner Pittman.

8777-5-662-663-January 17, 1781: Third document on left. Fort Jefferson issued half gallon taffia to Ensign Laurence Slaughter.

8778-5-662-663-January 18, 1781: Fourth document on right. Fort Jefferson issued half gallon of taffia to Ensign Jarret Williams.

8779-5-662-663-January 16, 1781: Bottom document. Fort Jefferson issued 34 swords to Sergeant Morgan and Capt. Robert George.

8780-5-664-665-January 23, 1781: Top document. Fort Jefferson issued taffia for men on fatigue, which unloaded a boat from Falls of Ohio. Names: Ensign Laurence Slaughter, Capt. Robert George.

8781-5-664-665-January 23, 1781: Second document. Martin Carney at Fort Jefferson issued 3 pints of taffia to Israel Dodge.

8782-5-664-665-January 23, 1781: Third document. Fort Jefferson issued rations for 4 men on fatigue. Names: Martin Carney, Capt. Robert George.

8783-5-664-665-January 23, 1781: Fourth document. Fort Jefferson issued taffia to Leonard Helm.

8784-5-666-669-January 22, 1781: Top document. Duplicate filming. Fort Jefferson issued taffia to Leonard Helm.

8785-5-666-669-January 25, 1781: Second document. Duplicate filming. Fort Jefferson issued 1 quart of taffia to Israel Dodge.

8786-5-666-669-January 15, 1781: Third document. Duplicate filming. Martin Carney at Fort Jefferson issue 3 pounds of sugar to Israel Dodge. Names: Capt. Robert George.

8787-5-670-673-January 17, 1781: Top document. Duplicate filming. Capt. Robert George order to Israel Dodge at Fort Jefferson issued 3 yards of cloth and

8787-5-670-673-January 17, 1781-Continued: trimmings for a suit of clothes for Ensign Jarret Williams.

8788-5-670-673-January 15, 1781: Second document. Duplicate filming. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Jefferson to issue 3 pints of taffia for 12 militia men on fatigue of Capt. George Owens.

8789-5-670-673-January 16, 1781: Third document. Duplicate filming. Capt. Robert George order to Martin Carney at Fort Jefferson to issue rum for militia.

8790-5-670-673-January 14, 1781: Fourth document. Duplicate filming. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Jefferson to issue taffia.

8791-5-674-675-January 14, 1781: Top document. Fort Jefferson issued a pad lock. Names: John Donne, Capt. John Bailey, Lieut. Richard Clark.

8792-5-674-675-January 16, 1781: Second document. Fort Jefferson issued 5 quarts of taffia to friendly indians. Names: Martin Carney, Capt. Robert George, Leonard Helm.

8793-5-674-675-January 21, 1781: Third document. Lieut. Richard Clark was issued coffee at Fort Jefferson.

8794-5-674-675-January 14, 1781: Fourth document. Martin Carney at Fort Jefferson issued a quart of taffia to Lieut. Richard Clark.

8795-5-676-679-January 12, 1781: Top document. Duplicate filming. Martin Carney at Fort Jefferson issued a broad sword to Joseph Hunter, who promised to return except for danger of Indians.

8796-5-676-679-January 16, 1781: Second document. Duplicate filming. James Moss at Balliett Lick certified James Wright received 23 bushels of salt to cure 30,890 pounds of beef from William Shannon. The beef was property of the public at Boones Station on Brashear Creek. Names: James Berwick.

8797-5-676-679-January 7, 1781: Third document. Duplicate filming. Faded. George Slaughter order to issue rations for 23 men and 1 wash woman of Capt. Benjamin Roberts company. Names: Sergeant Proctor Ballard.

8798-5-680-681-January 17, 1781: Top document. Whiskey was issued for a party which went after salt. Names: Will Shannon.

8799-5-680-681-January 10, 1781: Second document. State of Virginia account with Johnson Campbell for wheat. Names: John Cartwell.

8800-5-680-681-January 1, 1781: Third document. Will Shannon request for rations for himself and boy [negro].

8801-5-680-681-January ?, 1781: Bottom document. Faded. Reference to William McConnell, John Dodge, and beef.

8802-5-682-January 13, 1781: Top document. Joseph Lindsay at Lexington paid David Van? for beef for militia of Fayette County.

8803-5-682-January 9, 1781: Second document. George Wilson at Falls of Ohio supplied 260 pounds of flour for troops under command of George Slaughter.

8804-5-682-January 8, 1781: Third document. John Donne paid Edward Welch for supplying meat for troops at Falls of Ohio. Names: Rawley Ralls.

8805-5-682-November 22, 1781: Bottom document. John Harris was issued salt for curing beef at Falls of Ohio by John Donne for use of Illinois Department troops commanded by George Rogers Clark. Names: William White.

8806-5-683-686-January 22, 1781: Top document. Duplicate filming. George Slaughter order to issue 15 day ration to Sergeant John Wilson, who had belonged to Col. Clark's regiment.

8807-5-683-686-February 3, 1781: Second document. Duplicate filming. John Donne at Falls of Ohio paid Graves Morris for bringing in a stray. Names: Samuel Martin.

8808-5-683-686-January 23, 1781: Third document. Duplicate filming. Martin Carney issued 6 gallon of taffia to John Donne.

8809-5-683-686-January 13, 1781: Fourth document. Duplicate filming. George Slaughter order for 4

8809-5-683-686-January 13, 1781-Continued: day rations for rations for 2 men of his corps.

8810-5-683-686-January 18, 1781: Bottom document. Martin Carney issued taffia to John Donne.

8811-5-687-688-November 29, 1781: Top document. John Donne at Falls of Ohio paid William White for cutting fire wood.

8812-5-687-688-April 30, 1781: Second document. John Donne at Falls of Ohio paid Richard Hopkins for labor service on provision boats.

8813-5-687-688-January 14, 1781: Third document. Bill of Exchange sent by Will Shannon and George Slaughter from Falls of Ohio to Virginia Treasurer for payment due Isaac Keller for sundry articles supplied Illinois Department. Thomas Jefferson order to auditors to pay warrant.

8814-5-687-688-January 20, 1781: Bottom document. Thomas Jefferson order to Auditors to pay December 11, 1780 Bill of Exchange sent by Will Shannon to Virginia Treasurer for payment due James Sullivan, who had supplied beef, corn and tar for use of troops stationed in Illinois Department under the command of Col. George Rogers Clark.

8815-5-689-690-January 20, 1781: Top document. Thomas Jefferson order to Auditors to pay a warrant to John Phillips for October 12, 1780 Bill of Exchange sent from Falls of Ohio by Will Shannon to Virginia Treasurer for whisky supplied to Illinois Department under command of Col. George Rogers Clark.

8816-5-689-690-January 20, 1781: Second document. Thomas Jefferson order to Auditors to pay a warrant to John Fevour for November 24, 1780 Bill of Exchange sent from Falls of Ohio by George Slaughter for making clothes for troops.

8817-5-689-690-January 16, 1781: Third document. State of Virginia account with Richard Cunningham for bacon. Names: John Parkison.

8818-5-691-692-April 7, 1781: Top document. John Donne at Falls of Ohio paid Thomas Christy for supplying liquor for fatigue. Names: Martin Carney.

8819-5-691-692-February 20, 1781: Second document. Thomas Jefferson order to auditors to pay warrant to John Handley for January 16, 1781 Bill of Exchange sent from Falls of Ohio to Virginia Treasurer for iron furnished the troops.

8820-5-691-692-April 6, 1781: Third document. John Donne paid James Caulay at Falls of Ohio for supplying liquor for sundry parties of fatigues in public service.

8821-5-693-January 6, 1781: Top document. Will Shannon order to George Wilson to issue a quart of whiskey to Francis Adams for making 2 oars for state barges.

8822-5-693-January 13, 1781: Second document. State of Virginia account with Edward Wagner for iron. Names: John Parkison.

8823-5-693-January 21, 1781: Third document. George Wilson supplied salt to John Donne at Falls of Ohio.

8824-5-693-December 2, 1779: Bottom document. John Donne paid $40 to Robert Busham for a pad lock for store house at Falls of Ohio.

BOX 628-FOLDER 88

VOUCHERS-JANUARY 1781

FRAMES #694-748

92 documents filmed on 54 frames.

8825-5-695-696-January 26, 1781: Top document. George Slaughter order for powder and lead.

8826-5-695-696-January 26, 1781: Second document. Fade. John Dodge at Kaskaskia issued 2 check handkerchiefs and a cask to pack meat as full pay for John Camp.

8827-5-695-696-January 10, 1781: Third document. George Wilson supplied whiskey for fatigues at Falls of Ohio. Names: Capt. Benjamin Roberts, George Slaughter.

8828-5-697-698-January 13, 1781: Top document. Account of state of Virginia with Jacob Vanmatre for supplying salt at Falls of Ohio. Names: William Shannon, John Donne.

8829-5-697-698-January 15, 1781: Second document. William Shannon issued paper to George Slaughter. Names: Capt. Benjamin Roberts, William Shannon.

8830-5-697-698-January 30, 1781: Third document. William Shannon issue paper to John Todd for use of Fayette County [militia].

8831-5-699-702-January 31, 1781: Top document. Duplicate filming. George Slaughter order to Falls of Ohio to issue beef for officers of the Illinois Department.

8832-5-699-702-December 10, 1779: Second document. Duplicate filming. William White sold a large butcher knife to Falls of Ohio. Names: John Donne.

8833-5-699-702-January 26, 1781: Third document. Duplicate filming. Will Shannon issued salt. Names: Jacob Pyeatt, George Slaughter.

8834-5-699-702-January 24, 1781: Fourth document. Duplicate filming. George Wilson issue whiskey. Names: Joseph Saunders, George Slaughter.

8835-5-699-702-January 17, 1781: Fifth document. Duplicate filming. George Slaughter order to issue rations for widow of Ensign Asher.

8836-5-703-706-January 5, 1781: Top document. Duplicate filming. Names: Kaskaskia, John Dodge, John Bentley.

8837-5-703-706-January ?, 1781: Second document. Duplicate filming. Unable to read.

8838-5-703-706-January ?, 1781: Third document. Duplicate filming. Unable to read.

8839-5-703-706-January ?, 1781: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Faded. Names: Leonard Helm, Capt. Robert George, Martin Carney.

8840-5-707-712-January 5, 1781: Top document. Duplicate filming. Faded. Names: Capt. Robert George, Israel Dodge, Capt. Richard Brashear.

8841-5-707-712-January 9, 1781: Second document. Duplicate filming. Capt. Robert George order to Israel Dodge to issue thread to soldier Matthew Mires?.

8842-5-707-712-January 28, 1781: Third document. Duplicate filming. Faded. Names: Capt. Robert George.

8843-5-707-712-January 9, 1781: Fourth document. Duplicate filming. Faded. Names: Col. George Slaughter, Falls of Ohio.

8844-5-713-714-January ?, 1781: Top document. George Slaughter order for rations for 26 men and 1 wash woman in Capt. Benjamin Roberts company and rations for widow of Ensign Asher.

8845-5-713-714-January 19, 1781: Second document. George Slaughter order for 20 pounds of flour for use of Capt. Robert Todd of the Illinois Regiment.

8846-5-713-714-January 14, 1781: Third document. William Shannon issued an ax for use of troops under command of Capt. Edward Worthington at Fort Jefferson. Names: Willis Green.

8847-5-713-714-January 20, 1781: Fourth document. Account of state of Virginia with Moses Kuykendall for whiskey and barrels supplied to Capt. William Shannon. Names: James Moss.

8848-5-715-716-January 5, 1781: Top document. Israel Dodge at Fort Jefferson issued 2 yards of flannel to make stockings for Leonard Helm.

8849-5-715-716-January 5, 1781: Second document. Capt. Robert George order to Israel Dodge at Fort Jefferson issued cloth to Capt. James Calvit.

8850-5-715-716-February 5, 1781: Third document. Israel Dodge at Fort Jefferson paid Mrs. Sarah Trent for making shirts, coats, waistcoats and 2 pair of britches for Capt. [John] Bayley's company. Payment was made by 8 yards of flannel and 8 looking glasses. Names: Capt. John Williams.

8851-5-715-716-January 2, 1781: Bottom document. Capt. Robert George order to Israel Dodge at Fort Jefferson to issue 2 yards of flannel to Ensign Laurence Slaughter to make stockings.

8852-5-717-719-February 5, 1781: Top document. Duplicate filming. Capt. Robert George order to Israel Dodge at Fort Jefferson to issue cloth, mohair, and silk to make a suit for Martin Carney.

8853-5-717-719-January 6, 1781: Second document. Duplicate filming. Capt. Robert George order to Israel Dodge at Fort Jefferson to issue trimmings for a suit of clothes for John Thruston.

8854-5-717-719-January 5, 1781: Third document. Duplicate filming. Capt. Robert George order to israel Dodge at Fort Jefferson to issue cloth to make stockings.

8855-5-717-719-January ?, 1781: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Faded. Names: Fort Jefferson, Lieut. Jarret Williams.

8856-5-720-723-January 19, 1781: Top document. Duplicate filming. Fort Jefferson issued 10 gallons of whiskey. Names: Capt. Edward Worthington, George Slaughter.

8857-5-720-723-January 9, 1781: Second document. Duplicate filming. Flour issued for officers of the Illinois Regiment at the Falls of Ohio. Names: Capt. Edward Worthington, George Slaughter.

8858-5-720-723-January 30, 1781: Third document. Duplicate filming. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Jefferson to issue ration of taffia for 101 men of the Illinois Regiment.

8859-5-720-723-January 10, 1781: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. George Wilson Deputy Commissary at Falls of Ohio issued 15 barrels of flour and 46 gallons of whiskey for delivery to commanding officer or commissary at Fort Jefferson excepting danger of enemy and water. Names: Capt. Edward Worthington, Willis Green.

8860-5-724-727-January 13, 1781: Top document. Duplicate filming. Falls of Ohio issued 30 pounds of beef and 25 pounds of flour for the officers of Col. Clark, who were on their way to Fort Jefferson. Names: Capt. Edward Worthington, George Slaughter.

8861-5-724-727-January 22, 1781: Second document. Duplicate filming. Capt. Robert George authorized and directed Martin Carney to issue 93 gallons of whiskey for the troops at Fort Jefferson in the same manner as issuing taffia.

8862-5-724-727-January 5, 1781: Third document. Duplicate filming. Capt. Robert George order to Israel Dodge to issue shoes to John Donne.

8863-5-724-727-January 27, 1781: Fourth document. Duplicate filming. James Calvit order to Martin Carney to Fort Jefferson for 3 pints of rum.

8864-5-728-729-January 23, 1781: Top document. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Jefferson to issue taffia for Lieut. Richard Clark.

8865-5-728-729-January 29, 1781: Second document. James Calvit order to Martin Carney at Fort Jefferson for 3 quarts and 1 pint of taffia.

8866-5-728-729-January 30, 1781: Third document. Leonard Helm order to Fort Jefferson for a gallon of taffia.

8867-5-728-729-January 29, 1781: Fourth document. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Jefferson to issue 2 gallons of taffia for his use.

8868-5-728-729-January 29, 1781: Fifth document. Lieut. Richard Clark order to Martin Carney at Fort Jefferson to issue 3 quarts of taffia.

8869-5-730-January 30, 1781: Top document. Lieut. Richard Clark order to Fort Jefferson for a quart of taffia.

8870-5-730-January 31, 1781: Second document. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Jefferson for 3 pints of rum.

8871-5-730-January 29, 1781: Third document. Capt. Edward Worthington order to Martin Carney to issue a quart of taffia.

8872-5-730-January 30, 1781: Fourth document. Lieut. Jarret Williams order to Fort Jefferson to issue a pint of taffia.

8873-5-730-January 25, 1781: Fifth document. Ensign Laurence Slaughter order to Fort Jefferson to issue 3 pints of taffia.

8874-5-731-733-January 29, 1781: Top document. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Jefferson to issue taffia to men of Capt. Abraham Kellar fatigue.

8875-5-731-733-January 30, 1781: Second document. Duplicate filming. Fort Jefferson issued cloth to make a pair of overalls for soldier Edward Murray in Capt. John Bayley company, mohair, thread and 3 dozen buttons. Names: Capt. Robert George, Israel Dodge.

8876-5-731-733-January 28, 1781: Third document. Duplicate filming. Capt. Edward Worthington order to Martin Carney to issue a quart of taffia.

8877-5-731-733-January 29, 1781: Fourth document. Duplicate filming. Capt. Edward Worthington order to Martin Carney at Fort Jefferson to issue a quart of taffia.

8878-5-731-733-January 29, 1781: Fifth document. Duplicate filming. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Jefferson to issue 3 pounds of tobacco to Capt. Abraham Kellar company.

8879-5-734-736-January 28, 1781: Top document. Duplicate filming. Israel Dodge order to Martin Carney at Fort Jefferson for a pint of taffia.

8880-5-734-736-January 25, 1781: Second document. Duplicate filming. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Jefferson to issue taffia to 15 men on Sergeant ? Jones fatigue.

8881-5-734-736-January 26, 1781: Third document. Duplicate filming. Capt. Edward Worthington order to Martin Carney at Fort Jefferson for a quart of taffia.

8882-5-734-736-January 22, 1781: Fourth document. Duplicate filming. George Wilson at Falls of Ohio issue 4 barrels to Bland Ballard.

8883-5-734-736-January 25, 1781: Fifth document. Capt. Robert George order to Martin Carney at Fort Jefferson to issue sugar and coffee to Boat master Buckner Pittman.

8884-5-737-January 26, 1781: Top document. Martin Carney at Fort Jefferson issued a quart of taffia to Israel Dodge.

8885-5-737-January 27, 1781: Second document. Fort Jefferson issued 3 pints of taffia to Leonard Helm.

8886-5-737-No Date: Third document. Taffia issued to Capt. John Baley.

8887-5-737-No Date: Fourth document. Taffia issued to Capt. John Baley.

8888-5-737-January 28, 1781: Fifth document. Fort Jefferson issued 3 pints of taffia to Leonard Helm.

8889-5-738-739-January 20, 1781: Top document. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Jefferson to issue tobacco for 17 men of Lieut. James Calvit company.

8890-5-738-739-January 27, 1781: Second document. Fort Jefferson issued 9 gallons of whiskey to Capt. John Baley.

8891-5-738-739-January 27, 1781: Third document. Fort Jefferson issued a quart of taffia to Lieut. Richard Clark.

8892-5-738-739-January 31, 1781: Fourth document. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Jefferson to issue 7 gills of liquor for 7 men on Capt. Richard McCarty fatigue.

8893-5-740-741-January 8, 1781: Top document. Fort Jefferson issued a gallon of taffia to Leonard Helm.

8894-5-740-741-January 27, 1781: Second document. Fort Jefferson issued tobacco to 24 men in company of Capt. Robert George.

8895-5-740-741-January 27, 1781: Third document. Martin Carney at Fort Jefferson issued 3 quarts of taffia to Israel Dodge.

8896-5-740-741-January 29, 1781: Fourth document. James Calvit order to Martin Carney at Fort Jefferson to issue 2 quarts of taffia.

8897-5-742-January 31, 1781: Top document. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Jefferson to issue taffia for 12 men of Lieut. Richard Clark.

8898-5-742-January 7, 1781: Second document. Fort Jefferson issued taffia to James Wilson.

8899-5-742-January 27, 1781: Third document. Faded. Fort Jefferson issued taffia to James Calvit.

8900-5-742-January 31, 1781: Fourth document. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Jefferson to issue 3 pounds of tobacco for Ensign Jarret Williams.

8901-5-743-January 29, 1781: Top document. Capt. Robert George order to Martin Carney at Fort Jefferson to issue powder and lead to Capt. John Bayley company. Names: George Slaughter.

8902-5-743-January 30, 1781: Second document. Fort Jefferson issued 4 gallons of taffia to Ensign Laurence Slaughter.

8903-5-743-January 30, 1781: Third document. Fort Jefferson issued tobacco to 2 men of Capt. Robert George company.

8904-5-743-January 30, 1781: Fourth document. Fort Jefferson issued 2 quarts of liquor to James Calvit.

8905-5-743-January 30, 1781: Fifth document. Fort Jefferson issued 3 pints of rum to Capt. Robert George.

8906-5-744-January 29, 1781: Top document. Fort Jefferson issued 3 pints of taffia to Lieut. Jarret Williams.

8907-5-744-January 30, 1781: Left document. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Jefferson to issue taffia for men of Capt. John Baley fatigue.

8908-5-744-January 30, 1781: Right document. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Jefferson to issue 4 pounds of sugar to Ensign Laurence Slaughter for use of a ball.

8909-5-744-January 29, 1781: Fourth document. Fort Jefferson issued 3 pints of taffia to Leonard Helm.

8910-5-744-January ?, 1781: Fifth document. Faded. Capt. Robert George order to Martin Carney to issue sugar to sick family of Mr. Hunter.

8911-5-745 -748- January 5, 1781: Top document. Duplicate filming. Will Shannon order to George Wilson to give 100 pounds of beef to wheel wright Mr. Douglas, who repaired a wagon which hauled corn from the barge used by troops.

8912-5-745-748-January 31, 1781: Second document. Duplicate filming. Fort Jefferson issued taffia for Leonard Helm.

8913-5-745-748-January 30, 1781: Third document. Duplicate filming. Fort Jefferson issued 3 pints of taffia to Capt. Edward Worthington.

8914-5-745-748-January 7, 1781: Fourth document on left. Duplicate filming. Fort Jefferson issued taffia to Lieut. Richard Clark.

8915-5-745-748-January ?, 1781: Fifth document on right. Duplicate filming. Israel Dodge issued buttons and cloth to Capt. John Williams.

8916-5-745 -748-January ? , 1781: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Taffia issued for sick soldier.

BOX 629-FOLDER 89

LETTERS-FEBRUARY 1781

FRAMES #749-756

7 documents on 7 frames.

8917-5-750-February ? , 1781: Virginia State Library and Archives notes concerning John Todd letter to Governor Thomas Jefferson, where filed and printed.

8918-5-751-February 6, 1781: Virginia State Library and Archives notes concerning Will Harrison letter to Governor Thomas Jefferson, where filed and printed.

8919-5-752-February 13, 1781: Virginia State Library and Archives notes concerning Governor Thomas Jefferson letter to George Rogers Clark, where filed and printed.

8920-5-753-February 14, 1781: Virginia State Library and Archives notes concerning Leonard Helm letter to George Slaughter, where filed and printed.

8921-5-754-February 15, 1781: Virginia State Library and Archives notes concerning Robert George letter to George Slaughter, where filed and printed.

8922-5-755-February 20, 1781: Virginia State Library and Archives notes concerning Benjamin Harrison letter to Governor Thomas Jefferson, where filed and printed.

8923-5-756-February 22, 1781: Virginia State Library and Archives notes concerning petition about service of James McQuate of Spotsville County sent to Governor Thomas Jefferson and where filed.

BOX 629-FOLDER 90

ACCOUNTS-FEBRUARY 1781

FRAMES #757-849

125 documents filmed on 92 frames.

8924-5-758-759-February 4, 1781: Top document. Items listed: muslin, Holland cloth, silk handkerchief, silk, India cloth, thread hose, spotted flannel, stroud, linen, blanket, white flannel, 41 quarts and a pint of rum taken from Martin Carney's book, sugar, coffee, tobacco, shoes, and broad cloth.

8925-5-758-759-February 14, 1781: Second document in two portions. Capt. John Bailey clothing account with state of Virginia. Items: scarlet cloth, brown cloth, silk twist, silk, check linen, chintz, white line. Names: James Buchanan, George Rogers Clark.

8926-5-760-761-February 14, 1781: Top document. Incomplete. Accounting for 22 white shirts, 1 pair

8926-5-760-761-February 14, 1781-Continued: of shoes, silk handkerchief, linen, hat, blue broad cloth, 1 English blanket, 1 ivory comb, i horn comb, rum, sugar, soap, and coffee. Names: George Rogers Clark, ? Southall, John McKeand.

8927-5-760-761-February 14, 1781: Bottom document. Capt. Richard Brashear clothing account with the Commonwealth [of Virginia]. Portion of document appears on top of -5-762 and 763. Items: scarlet cloth, broad cloth, shallon, white linen, Holland cloth, muslin, and thread.

8928-5-762-763-February 14, 1781: Top document. Duplicate filming of portions of Capt. Richard Brashear clothing account filmed on Frames #760-761.

8929-5-762-763-February 21, 1781: Bottom document. Articles issued by John Dodge to Col. Clark. for troops at Kaskaskia. Listed: 18 stone plates, 2 salt cellars, salt, pickle cask, lead. Names: Patt Kennedy, Fort Jefferson.

8930-5-764-767-February, 1781: Top document. Duplicate filming. Account of Commonwealth of Virginia with Jacob Pyeatt [Piatt]. William Shannon Quartermaster General of the Western Department paid for 6 gallons of whiskey for fatigues and an express to Fort Jefferson. Names: John Donne.

8931-5-764-767-February 26, 1781: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Capt. Robert George order to Martin Carney at Fort Jefferson to issue 4 gallons of taffia to John Donne.

8932-5-768-769-February 13, 1781: Top document. Fort Jefferson issued taffia to Capt. Edward Worthington.

8933-5-768-769-February 20, 1781: Second document. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Jefferson for taffia for him and Leonard Helm. Reference to cavalry and indian.

8934-5-768-769-February 23, 1781: Third document. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Jefferson for 1 day liquor ration. Names: Lieut. Richard Clark, ? McMillin?.

8935-5-768-769-February 20, 1781: Bottom document. Capt. Robert George order for 2 quarts of taffia for friendly indians.

8936-5-770-February 19, 1781: Top document. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Jefferson to issue 2 quarts of taffia to Lieut. James Calvit.

8937-5-770-February 12, 1781: Second document. Capt. Robert George order to Martin Carney at Fort Jefferson to 1 quart of taffia to Lieut. James Calvit.

8938-5-770-February 26, 1781: Bottom document. Note from Jack Williams to Martin Carney with reference to Capt. Robert George.

8939-5-771-February 17, 1781: Top document. Fort Jefferson issued powder and lead to 15 men. Names: Capt. Robert George, Lieut. Richard Clark.

8940-5-771-February 17, 1781: Second document. Lieut. James Pault certified William McCormick provided ferry service over the Yonhagania River.

8941-5-771-February 17, 1781: Third document. Martin Carney at Fort Jefferson issued taffia to Israel Dodge.

8842-5-771-February 14. 1781: Bottom document. Martin Carney at Fort Jefferson issued taffia to Leonard Helm.

8943-5-772-775-February 14, 1781: Top document. Duplicate filming. Fort Jefferson issued 3 pints of taffia to Leonard Helm.

8945-5-772-775-February 14, 1781: Second document. Duplicate filming. Fort Jefferson issued taffia to Leonard Helm.

8946-5-772-775-February 7, 1781: Third document on left. Duplicate filming. Martin Carney at Fort Jefferson issued taffia to Capt. John Baley.

8947-5-772-775-February 14, 1781: Fourth document on right. Duplicate filming. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Jefferson for rum.

8948-5-772-775-February 14, 1781: Fifth document. Duplicate filming. Capt. Robert George order to Israel Dodge at Fort Jefferson to issue 3 yards of broad cloth, thread and mohair to interpreter Major Linctot.

8949-5-772-775-February 12, 1781: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Jefferson to issue sugar to Lieut. James Calvit.

8950-5-776-777-February 16, 1781: Top document. Fort Jefferson issued 3 quarts of taffia to Lieut. James Calvit.

8951-5-776-777-February 12, 1781: Second document. Faded. Fort Jefferson issued rations to Illinois Regiment. Names: Capt. Robert George.

8952-5-776-777-February 19, 1781: Third document on left. Fort Jefferson issued powder and lead. Names: Capt. Robert George, Lieut. Jarret Williams.

8953-5-776-777-February 15, 1781: Fourth document on right. Fort Jefferson issued taffia to Ensign Laurence Slaughter.

8954-5-776-777-February 16, 1781: Bottom document. Capt. Robert George order to Martin Carney at Fort Jefferson to issue 3 pints of rum to Buckner Pittman.

8955-5-778-February 14, 1781: Top document. Martin Carney at Fort Jefferson issue taffia to Capt. John Baley.

8956-5-778-February 16, 1781: Second document. Deputy quartermaster Martin Carney in Col. Clark's department at Fort Jefferson issued 400 pounds of powder, 200 pounds of lead, 300 flints, 15 pounds of coffee, 2 ax, 35 nails, 8 steel [bars], 2 pounds of pitch, 2 pounds of tallow, and 5 and 1/2 hogshead and 48 and 1/2 gallons of taffia or Spanish rum to the Indian Department. names: Major Godfry Linctot.

8957-5-778-February 13, 1781: Bottom document. Capt. Robert George order to Israel Dodge at Fort Jefferson to issue white thread and needles to Major Linctot of the Indian Department.

8958-5-779-February 15, 1781: Top document. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Jefferson to issue 1/2 hogshead of taffia to Major Linctot.

8959-5-779-February 19, 1781: Second document. Capt. Robert George order Fort Jefferson to issue blue cloth to express from Falls of Ohio.

8960-5-779-February 8, 1781: Third document. Fort Jefferson issued taffia to Leonard Helm.

8961-5-779-February 9, 1781: Bottom document. Fort Jefferson issued taffia to Leonard Helm.

8962-5-780-781-February 16, 1781: Top document. Fort Jefferson issued taffia to Leonard Helm.

8963-5-780-781-February 19, 1781: Second document. Fort Jefferson issued liquor to 73 men of the Illinois Regiment. Names: Capt. Robert George.

8964-5-780-781-February 12, 1781: Third document. Capt. Robert George order to issue taffia for 12 men on Boston Damewood fatigue.

8965-5-780-781-February 19, 1781: Fourth document on left. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Jefferson to issue powder and lead to boat master Buckner Pittman.

8966-5-780-781-February 19, 1781: Fifth document on right. Fort Jefferson issued 3 pints of rum to Capt. Edward Worthington.

8967-5-782-783-February 10, 1781: Top document. Fort Jefferson issued 3 pints of taffia to Capt. Edward Worthington.

8968-5-782-783-February 16, 1781: Second document. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Jefferson to issue 10 gallons of whiskey to Sergeant John Young.

8969-5-782-783-February 16, 1781: Third document. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Jefferson to issue sugar to Major Silas Harlan [Harland].

8970-5-782-783-February 27, 1781: Bottom document. Martin Carney at Fort Jefferson issued taffia to Major Silas Harlan [Harland].

8971-5-784-787-February 10, 1781: Top document. Duplicate filming. Martin Carney at Fort Jefferson issued 3 quarts of taffia to Major Silas Harlan [Harland].

8972-5-784-787-February 17, 1781: Second document. Duplicate filming. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Jefferson to issue 3 pounds of coffee to Lieut. Richard Clark.

8973-5-784-787-February 17, 1781: Third document. Duplicate filming. Fort Jefferson issued rum to Capt. Edward Worthington.

8974-5-784-787-February 17, 1781: Fourth document. Duplicate filming. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Jefferson to issue sugar and coffee to 4 men, 2 wash women and 3 children, who were sick.

8975-5-784-787-February 7, 1781: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Jefferson to give whiskey ration for 77 men in the Illinois Regiment.

8976-5-788-789-February 16, 1781: Top document. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Jefferson to issue taffia ration for 16 men of boat master Buckner Pittman.

8977-5-788-789-February 7, 1781: Second document. Fort Jefferson issued taffia to Leonard Helm.

8978-5-788-789-February 10, 1781: Third document. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Jefferson to issue flannel to Capt. John Baley. Names: Post St. Vincent

8979-5-788-789-February 10, 1781: Bottom document. Fort Jefferson issued 3 gallons and 3 pints of rum to Capt. Robert George.

8980-5-790-793-February 10, 1781: Top document. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Jefferson to issue tobacco to Capt. John Baley company.

8981-5-790-793-February 9, 1781: Second document on right. Duplicate filming. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Jefferson to issue 3 gallons of taffia to Major Linctot.

8982-5-790-793-February 6, 1781: Third document on left. Duplicate filming. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Jefferson to issue 1 gallon of taffia to Bartlet Searcy.

8983-5-790-793-February 16, 1781: Fourth document on right. Duplicate filming. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Jefferson to issue coffee to Major Harling.

8984-5-790-793-February 15, 1781: Fifth document. Duplicate filming. Fort Jefferson issued 3 pints of taffia to Leonard Helm.

8985-5-790-793-February 16, 1781: Sixth document. Duplicate filming. Fort Jefferson issued 3 quarts of taffia to Lieut. Richard Clark.

8986-5-794-795-February 15, 1781: Top document. Martin Carney at Fort Jefferson issued 3 pints of rum to Israel Dodge.

8987-5-794-795-February 20, 1781: Second document. Fort Jefferson issued 2 quarts of taffia to Capt. Edward Worthington.

8988-5-794-795-February 20, 1781: Third document. Martin Carney at Fort Jefferson issued a quart of

8988-5-794-795-February 20, 1781-Continued: taffia to John Donne, who advised Carney to date the request.

8989-5-794-795-February 16, 1781: Bottom document. Fort Jefferson issued whiskey ration to 109 men of the Illinois Regiment. Names: Capt. Robert George, Michael Miller.

8990-5-796-797-February 16, 1781: Top document. Fort Jefferson issued taffia to Leonard Helm.

8991-5-796-797-February 13, 1781: Second document. Fort Jefferson issued rum to Israel Dodge.

8992-5-796-797-February 4, 1781: Third document. Martin Carney at Fort Jefferson issued taffia to Lieut. Jarret Williams.

8993-5-796-797-February 18, 1781: Bottom document. Capt. Robert George order to Martin Carney at Fort Jefferson to issue whiskey ration for 31 men on fatigue of boat master Buckner Pittman.

8994-5-798-800-February 15, 1781: Top left document. Duplicate filming. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Jefferson to issue tobacco for 19 men of Capt. Benjamin Roberts company. Names: John Young.

8995-5-798-800-February 15, 1781: Top right document. Duplicate filming. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Jefferson to issue powder and lead for use of the Indian Department. Names: Col. Clark, Major Linctot.

8996-5-798-800-February ?, 1781: Third document. Duplicate filming. All copies black. Names: Capt. Robert George.

8997-5-798-800-February 15, 1781: Fourth document on left. Duplicate filming. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Jefferson to issue powder and lead for 9 men of Capt. Benjamin Roberts company. Names: John Young.

8998-5-798-800-February 15, 1781: Fifth document on right. Duplicate filming. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Jefferson to issue powder and lead to Ensign Laurence Slaughter.

8999-5-801-806-February 20, 1781: Top document. Duplicate filming. Incomplete. Bill of Exchange sent from Falls of Ohio by George Slaughter to Virginia [Treasurer] for payment due to Samuel Wells? for sundry articles.

9000-5-801-806-February 18, 1781: Second document. Duplicate filming. Very Dark image. Martin Carney at Fort Jefferson issued 3 pints of taffia to Israel Dodge.

9001-5-801-806-February 28, 1781: Third document. Duplicate filming. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Jefferson to issue taffia ration for 15 men of Sergeant William Crump fatigue.

9002-5-801-806-February 28, 1781: Bottom document. Names: Martin Carney, Capt. John Williams.

9003-5-807-810-February 26, 1781: Top document. Duplicate filming. George Slaughter order to issue rations to 21 men, 1 wash woman in Capt. Benjamin Roberts company and to issue 8 day ration to widow of Ensign Asher. Names: Ensign William Roberts.

9004-5-807-810-February 6, 1781: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Thomas Jefferson order to Virginia Auditors to pay July 19, 1780 warrant sent from Falls of Ohio to Virginia Treasurer for payment due John Bryan, who lent cash to purchase provisions for Illinois troops under command of George Rogers Clark. Names: William Shannon.

9005-5-811-813-February 10, 1781: Top document. Duplicate filming. October 7, 1780 Bill of Exchange sent from Kaskaskia to Virginia Treasurer by John Montgomery for payment due William Yost?, who had furnished sundry articles for use of the state of Virginia.

9006-5-811-813-February 22, 1781: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Benjamin Harrison instruction to James Blue to purchase 2,000 pounds of bacon.

9007-5-814-815-February 28, 1781: Top document. Beef, flour and whiskey ration issue to 5 artificers employed to build a garrison at Falls of Ohio. Names: Richard Chinoweth, George Slaughter.

9008-5-814-815-February 19, 1781: Bottom document. Written in French. Account of Widow Robin for supplies and services. Names: John Dodge, Kaskaskia,

9009-5-816-819-February 20, 1781: Top document. Account of Aquilla Whitaker with William Shannon.

9010-5-816-819-February 11, 1781: Second document. Duplicate filming. George Slaughter order to issue beef, flour and whiskey ration for 58 men [ artificers] employed to build [Falls of Ohio] garrison.

9011-5-816-819 February 1781: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Faded. June 17, 1779 Bill of Exchange sent from Fort Clark by George Rogers Clark to Oliver Pollock at New Orleans for payment of $298 to Monsieur Vigo for furnishings to state of Virginia.

9012-5-820-821-February 10, 1781: Top document. Account of Commonwealth of Virginia with John Floyd for 12,056 pounds of beef, 5 and 1/2 bushels of salt, 2 canoes, pair of steel yards and tea received by William Shannon of the Western Department. Names: Patt Kennedy.

9013-5-820-821-February 13, 1781: Second document. Faded. Beef and flour ration.

9014-5-820-821-February 12, 1781: Third document. Faded. George Slaughter order to issue rations to Capt. Thomas company.

9015-5-822-823-February 12, 1781: Top document. Powder, lead, and corn was issued for the inhabitants at Falls of Ohio. Names: Jacob Pyeatt [Piatt] Joseph Saunders, Col. George Slaughter.

9016-5-822-823-February 10, 1781: Bottom document. Voucher of Col. George Slaughter at Falls of Ohio. Names: Bland Ballard, Thomas Harrison.

9017-5-824-825-February 14, 1781: Accounting of Col. Clark's bills with item and service. Some items have more than one entry. Items: oats, whiskey, rum, hay, grog, dinner, tobacco, butter, bed, toddy, and supplies.

9018-5-826-827-February 16, 1781: Accounting of James Sullivan for sundry bills drawn by Col. Clark and George Slaughter. Names: Joseph Martin.

9019-5-828-829-February 20, 1781: Top document. Will Shannon Bill of Exchange sent January 13, 1781 from Falls of Ohio to Virginia Treasurer for payment to Jacob Vanmeter, who supplied salt for Illinois Department. Names: George Wilson.

9020-5-828-829-February 20, 1781: Second document. Will Shannon Bill of Exchange sent October 14, 1780 to Virginia Treasurer for payment due James Sullivan, who supplied beef for Illinois Department Troops under command of George Rogers Clark at Falls of Ohio.

9021-5-828-829-February 20, 1781: Third document. Thomas Jefferson order to Auditors to pay bills drawn by George Slaughter for building cabins for a smith shop and cook house, for packed horses carrying goods from the boat, and hauling smith tools. Names: Richard Cunningham, John Cartwill,

9022-5-830-831-February 20, 1781: Top document. State of Virginia account with Samuel Riddell for 2 baskets for the cook. Names: James Parkson, John Cardwill.

9023-5-830-831-February 20, 1781: Second document. Thomas Jefferson order to Virginia auditors to pay November 22, 1780 Bill of Exchange sent by George Slaughter

9023-5-830-831-February 20, 1781-Continued: from Falls of Ohio to Virginia Treasurer for payment due John Phillips, who made clothes for troops. Names: Andrew Cland?

9024-5-830-831-February 20, 1781: Bottom document. Thomas Jefferson order to Virginia auditors to January 11, 1781 Bill of Exchange sent by Will Shannon at Falls of Ohio to Virginia Treasurer for payment to James Wright for sundry services.

9025-5-832-833-February 22, 1781: Top document. George Slaughter order to issue 4 day whiskey ration to 2 wagoners.

9026-5-832-833-February 20, 1781: Second document. Thomas Jefferson order to Virginia auditors to pay November 27, 1780 Bill of Exchange sent by George Slaughter from Falls of Ohio to Virginia Treasurer payable to John Phillips, who had supplied flour for troops. Names: Andrew Cland?

9027-5-832-833-February 19, 1781: Third document. Thomas Jefferson order to Virginia auditor Andrew Cland? to pay October 14, 1780 Bill of Exchange sent by Will Shannon from Falls of Ohio to Virginia Treasurer payable Aquilla Whitaker, who had supplied beef for Illinois Department troops.

9028-5-834-838-February 26, 1781: Duplicate filming. Abstract of receipt of beef October 16, 1780 to February 26, 1781. Names: George Willson, Will Shannon.

9029-5-839-840-February 26, 1781: Top document. State of Virginia account with Alex M. Munn for riding 5 day express . Names: Nathaniel Randolph, John Caldbeck?

9030-5-839-840-February 26, 1781: Second document. State of Virginia account with Thomas Cunningham for supplying 20 gallons of whiskey for James Parkson. Names: John Caldbeck.

9031-5-839-840-February 26, 1781: Third document. State of Virginia account with Henry Laine for supplying 23 bushels of turnips to James Parkson. Names: John Caldbeck.

9032-5-841-842-February 6, 1781: Top document. James Moore at Louisville order to issue 5 quarts of whiskey for a fatigue. Names: George Willson

9033-5-841-842-February 14, 1781: Second document. Thomas Gist paid $1200 to Isaac Fenley for 1200 pounds of bacon for George Rogers Clark expedition.

9034-5-841-842-February 28, 1781: Third document. Joseph McDowell paid $1,280 to Thomas Hornsbrough for 800 pounds of flour for boat builders of Jacob Haymaker.

9035-5-841-842-February 20, 1781: Fourth document. Joseph McDowell paid $104 to Joseph Bell for 6 bushels for boat builders.

9036-5-843-844-No Date: Top document. Incomplete. Bill of Exchange.

9037-5-843-844-February 28, 1781: Bottom document. William Shannon issued 200 bushels of indian corn from Spring Station and 200 from Linn Station to George Slaughter

9037-5-843-844-February 28, 1781-Continued: for use of troops at the Falls of Ohio. Names: Bland Ballard.

9038-5-845-February 12, 1781: Top document. State of Virginia account with Michael Powers, who supplied 62 pounds of bacon to Joseph Parkison. Names: John Caldwell.

9039-5-845-February 12, 1781: Second document. State of Virginia account with George Mires, who supplied 2 steers to Joseph Parkison. Names: James Caldwell.

9040-5-845-February 12, 1781: Third document. Falls of Ohio received new empty barrels from James Happy. Names: Bland Ballard, George Slaughter.

9041-5-846-847-February ?, 1781: Top document. Taffia issued to ? Perault.

9042-5-846-847-February 15, 1781: Second document. State of Virginia account with Joseph Armstrong who supplied 1 grindstone for use of the yard. Names: Joseph Parkison, John Caldwell.

9043-5-846-847-February 10, 1781: Third document. George Wilson at Falls of Ohio issued 4 barrels or kegs to William Monroney of Col. George Slaughter.

9044-5-848-849-February 15, 1781: Top document. State of Virginia account with Joseph McCune, who supplied 20 gallons of whiskey to Joseph Parkison. Names: John Caldwell.

9045-5-848-849-February 12, 1781: Second document. State of Virginia account with Jack Feagley, who supplied beef to Joseph Parkison. Names: John Caldwell.

9046-5-848-849-February 28, 1781: Bottom left document. Capt. John Williams order to Martin Carney for a bottle of taffia.

9047-5-848-849-February 28, 1781: Bottom right document. Lieut. Perault order for taffia.

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FRAMES #850-865

6 documents filmed on 15 frames.

9048-5-851-852-February ?, 1781: George Rogers Clark December 18, 1778 Bill of Exchange sent from Kaskaskia to Oliver Pollock at New Orleans for payment to Mr. Vigo.

9049-5-853-854-February 3, 1784: Lieut. Col. John Montgomery October 24, 1780 Bill of Exchange sent to Oliver Pollock or Virginia Treasurer for payment due to indian interpreter for District of Wabash. Portions written in French. Names: Valentine Thomas Dalton, John Clark?, Mrs. Hannah Dalton.

9050-5-855-856-February 3, 1781: Lieut. Col. John Montgomery October 24, 1780 Bill of Exchange sent to Oliver Pollock or Virginia Treasurer to pay Valentine Thomas Dalton, Indian Agent for Indian Affairs for the state of Virginia in the Wabash District. Portions written in French. Names: John Clark?.

9051-5-857-858-February 3, 1781: Lieut. Col. John Montgomery at Fort Jefferson order to pay $1,860 to Valentine Thomas Dalton for beef supplied troops of the state of Virginia. Names: Oliver Pollock, New Orleans, Zephaniah Blackford.

9052-5-859-860-February 4, 1781: Portions written in French. State of Virginia account with ? Perault. Bill of Exchange sent October 5, 1781 from Fort Clark to Oliver Pollock at New Orleans. Items listed: sugar, soap, linen.

9053-5-861-865-February 3, 1781: Bill of Exchange sent from Fort Jefferson October 24, 1780 by Lieut. Col. John Montgomery to New Orleans. Portions written in French. Payment for hiring horses for express from Fort Patrick Henry and from Fort Clark to Fort Patrick Henry; making colors for Indians; hiring horse to attend council with indians; and canoes for garrison. Names: Valentine Thomas Dalton.

BOX 629-FOLDER 92

VOUCHERS-FEBRUARY 1781

FRAMES #866-1023

184 documents filmed on 157 frames.

9054-5-867-868-February 12, 1781: Top document. Capt. Robert George order to Israel Dodge at Fort Jefferson to pay Mrs. Anthony Lunsford in goods from the public store for making 4 shirts for Capt. Richard Brashear company. Names: Anthony Lunsford, Martin Carney.

9055-5-867-868-February 12, 1781: Second document. Col. Joseph Crockett received powder and lead at Winchester for supplying a battalion marching to Pittsburgh, Penn. by orders of Virginia Governor.

9056-5-867-868-February 5, 1781: Bottom document. George Slaughter order to George Wilson to issue 4 gallons of whiskey for fatigue men, who were to rescue canoes and men in the River. Names: Proctor Ballard.

9057-5-869-870-February 26, 1781: Top document. Leonard Helm was given 3 pints of taffia. Names: Richard Carney.

9058-5-869-870-February 16, 1781: Second document. George Slaughter order to issue 5 gallons of whiskey for artificers building the new garrison.

9059-5-869-870-March 20, 1780: Third document. Fort Jefferson issued 32 pounds of Jesuit bark to Capt. [Benjamin] Roberts for use of Col. [George] Slaughter corps.

9060-5-869-870-February 21, 1781: Bottom document. Capt. Robert George order to Israel Dodge at Fort Jefferson to issue silk to Lieut. Richard Clark.

9061-5-871-872-February 15, 1781: Top document. Fort Jefferson issued 3 quarts and a pint to Israel Dodge.

9062-5-871-872-February 26, 1781: Second document. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Jefferson to issue 3 pints of rum to Philip Dueane.

9063-5-871-872-February 23, 1781: Third document on left. Israel Dodge order to Fort Jefferson to issue a saddle to John Dodge.

9064-5-871-872-February 16, 1781: Fourth document on right. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Jefferson to pay George Shapon for making a pair of overalls for use of Capt. John Baley company.

9065-5-871-872-February 19, 1781: Bottom document. Capt. Robert George order to Israel Dodge at Fort Jefferson to issue 3 yards of cloth and mohair to Capt. Robert Todd.

9066-5-873-876-February 31, 1781: Top document. Duplicate filming. Capt. Robert George order to Israel Dodge at Fort Jefferson to issue cloth to Major Godfroy Linctot.

9067-5-873-876-February 12, 1781: Second document. Duplicate filming. Capt. Robert George order to Israel Dodge at Fort Jefferson to issue vermillion to friendly indians.

9068-5-873-876-February 28, 1781: Third document. Duplicate filming Fort Jefferson issued bayonet and belt to John McMichael. Names: Martin Carney, Capt. Richard Brashear, Lieut. Jarret Williams, Capt. Robert George.

9069-5-873-876-February 10, 1781: Fourth document. Duplicate filming. Capt. Robert George order to Israel Dodge at Fort Jefferson to pay Marah Lunsford for making 2 pair of overalls for 2 soldiers of Lieut. James Calvit.

9070-5-877-878-February 25, 1781: Top document. Israel Dodge at Fort Jefferson gave cloth to Mrs. Elizabeth Jones for making overalls. Names: Capt. Edward Worthington, Capt. Robert George, Lieut. Richard Clark.

9071-5-877-878-February 10, 1781: Second document. Capt. Robert George order to Israel Dodge at Fort Jefferson to issue thread to Silas Harland.

9072-5-877-878-February 15, 1781: Third document. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Jefferson to issue an ax to Capt. John Bailey.

9073-5-877-878-February 15, 1781: Bottom document. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Jefferson to issue 5 hogshead of taffia to Major [Godefroy] Linctot for Indian Department.

9074-5-879-880-February 12, 1781: Top document. Capt. Robert George order for Fort Jefferson to issue whiskey ration for 109 men of Illinois Regiment. names: Beverly Trent.

9075-5-879-880-February 25, 1781: Second document. Fort Jefferson issued taffia to Ensign Laurence Slaughter.

9076-5-879-880-February 13, 1781: Third document. Fort Jefferson issued taffia to Major [Godfroy] Linctot for the Indian Department. Names: Capt. Robert George.

9077-5-879-880-February 7, 1781: Fourth document. Capt. Robert George order to Israel Dodge at Fort Jefferson to issue thread and needles for use of Capt. Edward Worthington company. Names: Lieut. Richard Clark.

9078-5-879-880-February 26, 1781: Fifth document. Capt. Robert George order to Israel Dodge at Fort Jefferson to issue a coat and 7 pair of trousers for his company.

9079-5-881-882-February 15, 1781: Top document. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Jefferson to issue 15 pounds of coffee to Major [Godefroy] Linctot.

9080-5-881-882-February 16, 1781: Second document. Capt. Robert George order to Israel Dodge at Fort Jefferson for cloth.

9081-5-881-882-February 25, 1781: Third document. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Jefferson to issue whiskey ration for 109 men of the Illinois Regiment. Names: Michael Miler [Miller].

9082-5-881-882-February 15, 1781: Fourth document. Fort Jefferson issued 2 quarts and 1 pint of taffia to Lieut. Richard Clark.

9083-5-881-882-February 14, 1781: Fifth document. Capt. Robert George order to Israel Dodge at Fort Jefferson to issue 5 dozen and 10 buttons to Major [Godefroy] Linctot, Indian Interpreter.

9084-5-883-886-February 15, 1781: Top document. Duplicate filming. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Jefferson quartermaster to issue taffia for fatigue of boat master Buckner Pittman. Verso is a rank and file list of rations issued for 27 including 2 women.

9085-5-883-886-February 13, 1781: Second document. Duplicate filming. Capt. Robert George order at Fort Jefferson for tobacco for Leonard Helm to provide to indians.

9086-5-883-886-February 15, 1781: Third document on left. Duplicate filming. Martin Carney at Fort Jefferson issued 3 pints of rum to Capt. Edward Worthington.

9087-5-883-886-February 16, 1781: Fourth document on right. Duplicate filming. Capt. John Baley order to Martin Carney at Fort Jefferson for 3 quarts of taffia.

9088-5-883-886-February 23, 1781: Fifth document. Duplicate filming. Capt. Robert George order to Israel Dodge to issue 100 needles for use of friendly indian allies.

9089-5-883-886-February 28, 1781: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Taffia issued to Leonard Helm.

9090-5-887-February 22, 1781: Top document. Capt. Robert George order to issue 3 quarts of taffia to friendly indians.

9091-5-887-February 18, 1781: Second document. Capt. Robert George order at Fort Jefferson for liquor for 77 men of the Illinois Regiment. Names: Michael Miles.

9092-5-887-February 22, 1781: Third document on left. Capt. Edward Worthington order to Fort Jefferson for 2 quarts and a pint of taffia.

9093-5-887-February 22, 1781: Fourth document on right. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Jefferson to issue 16 gills of taffia for Capt. Edward Worthington fatigue.

9094-5-887-February 20, 1781: Bottom document. Fort Jefferson paid Mrs. Breadin in goods for making 7 shirts for Capt. Edward Worthington.

9095-5-888-February ?, 1781: Top document. Reference to agent. Names: Lieut. Richard Clark, Capt. Robert George.

9096-5-888-February 20, 1781: Second document. Fort Jefferson issued taffia to Leonard Helm.

9097-5-888-February 21, 1781: Third document. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Jefferson to issue 2 quarts of rum to friendly indians.

9098-5-888-February 23, 1781: Fourth document. Capt. Robert George order to Martin Carney at Fort Jefferson to issue 4 pounds of sugar to Joseph Hunter.

9099-5-888-February 21, 1781: Fifth document. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Jefferson to issue 50 pounds of coffee for use of his family.

9100-5-889-892-February 21, 1781: Top document. Duplicate filming. Capt. Robert George order to issue taffia to the quartermaster.

9101-5-889-892-February 24, 1781: Second document. Duplicate filming. Capt. Edward Worthington order at Fort Jefferson for 3 quarts of taffia.

9102-5-889-892-February 21, 1781: Third document. Duplicate filming. Fort Jefferson issued 3 quarts of taffia to Lieut. Richard Clark.

9103-5-889-892-February 21, 1781: Fourth document. Duplicate filming. Martin Carney at Fort Jefferson issued 5 gallons and 3 quarts of taffia to Lieut. Richard Clark.

9104-5-889-892-February 20, 1781: Fifth document. Duplicate filming. Martin Carney at Fort Jefferson issued 7 quarts of taffia to Lieut. James Calvit.

9105-5-893-894-February 28, 1781: Top document. Capt. Robert George order to Martin Carney at Fort Jefferson to issue 1 quart of taffia to Sergeant John Walker.

9106-5-893-894-February 27, 1781: Second document. Fort Jefferson issued 3 pints of taffia to Lieut. Richard Clark.

9107-5-893-894-February 28, 1781: Third document. Fort Jefferson issued 3 pints of taffia to Capt. John Rogers.

9108-5-893-894-February 28, 1781: Fourth document. Capt. Robert George order to issue a quart of taffia for a sick man in company of Capt. John Rogers.

9109-5-893-894-March 28, 1781: Bottom document. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Jefferson to issue 4 pounds of coffee to ? Girault.

9110-5-895-896-February 28, 1781: Top document. Martin Carney at Fort Jefferson issued a bottle of taffia to Capt. John Williams.

9111-5-895-896-February 20, 1781: Second document. Capt. Robert George order at Fort Jefferson to issue 18 gills of taffia for fatigue of Capt. Abraham Kellar.

9112-5-895-896-February 20, 1781: Third document. Martin Carney at Fort Jefferson issued taffia to Israel Dodge.

9113-5-895-896-February 21, 1781: Fourth document. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Jefferson to issue liquor to 59 of the Illinois Regiment. Names: Michael Miles.

9114-5-897-899-February 26, 1781: Top document. Duplicate filming. Martin Carney issued 7 quarts of taffia allowance for John Donne.

9115-5-897-899-February 22, 1781: Second document. Duplicate filming. Capt. Robert George order at Fort Jefferson to issue to indian interpreter James Sherlock.

9116-5-897-899-February 23, 1781: Third document. Duplicate filming. Capt. Robert George order to issue a quart of rum to James Sherlock, who was indian interpreter for Virginia.

9117-5-897-899-February 26, 1781: Fourth document. Duplicate filming. Fort Jefferson issued a gallon of taffia to Lieut. Richard Clark.

9118-5-897-899-February 22, 1781: Fifth document. Duplicate filming. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Jefferson to issue 1 quart of rum to boat master Buckner Pittman.

9119-5-900-901-February 20, 1781: Top document. Fort Jefferson issued a quart of taffia for use of Capt. Edward Worthington. Names: ? Proctor.

9120-5-900-901-February 21, 1781: Second document. Martin Carney issued 3 pints of taffia for Lieut. Richard Clark at Fort Jefferson.

9121-5-900-901-February 25, 1781: Third document. Fort Jefferson issued a quart of taffia to Capt. John Rogers.

9122-5-900-901-February 27, 1781: Bottom document. Capt. Robert George order to Martin Carney at Fort Jefferson to issue taffia for 11 men on boat master Buckner Pittman's fatigue.

9123-5-902-903-February 13, 1781: Top document. Capt. Robert George order to Martin Carney at Fort Jefferson to issue 12 pounds of twine, 5 pounds of colored thread, 4 and 1/2 pounds of white thread and a 1/2 pound of cambric for the Indian Department. Names: Major [Godefroy] Linctot.

9124-5-902-903-February 15, 1781: Second document. Capt. Robert George order to Martin Carney at Fort Jefferson to furnish 150 pounds of powder, 100 pounds of lead, 100 gun flints to Capt. John [Baley] for defense of Fort Vincent [Vincennes].

9125-5-902-903-February 10, 1781: Third document. Capt. Robert George order at Fort Jefferson to issue a gun to Edward Murry, who was in Capt. John Baley company.

9126-5-904-907-February 24, 1781: Top document. Duplicate filming. Fort Jefferson issued taffia to Leonard Helm. Reference to settlement, Doneley's Fort, and gates.

9127-5-904-907-February 19, 1781: Second document on left. Duplicate filming. Capt. Robert George order to Israel Dodge to issue a dozen of needles for Zephaniah Blackford.

9128-5-904-907-December 22, 1780: Third document on right. Duplicate filming. Fort Jefferson issued taffia to Capt. John Baley and sugar to Capt. Barber, Capt. [Richard] Brashear and Capt. Robert George.

9129-5-904-907-February 28, 1781: Fourth document. Duplicate filming. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Jefferson to issue 3 pints of rum to [Philip] Dueane.

9130-5-904-907-February 1, 1781: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Martin Carney issued 5 quarts of taffia to John Donne.

9131-5-908-909-February 3, 1781: Top document. Rations issued for Capt. Edward Worthington for 1 lieutenant, 15 men and 2 women.

9132-5-908-909-February ?, 1781: Second document. Fort Jefferson issued whiskey to Lieut. James Calvit.

9133-5-908-909-February 7, 1781: Third document. Fort Jefferson issued 3 pints of taffia to Lieut. Jarret Williams.

9134-5-908-909-February 2, 1781: Fourth document. Martin Carney at Fort Jefferson issued liquor ration for Joseph Calvit?

9135-5-910-912-February 25, 1781: Top document. Duplicate filming. George Slaughter order to issue 8 day ration for 16 men and 1 woman of Capt. [Benjamin] Roberts company. Names: Ensign William Roberts.

9136-5-910-912-February 1, 1781: Second document. Duplicate filming. John Donne order to Martin Carney for 3 quarts of whiskey for February 1, 2, and 3.

9137-5-910-912-February ?, 1781: Third document. Duplicate filming. Faded. Lieut. James Calvit order to Martin Carney at Fort Jefferson for whiskey.

9138-5-910-912-February 6, 1781: Fourth document. Duplicate filming. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Jefferson for whiskey ration.

9139-5-913-914-February 4, 1781: Top document. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Jefferson to provide Leonard Helm with taffia for the Kickapoo Indians.

9140-5-913-914-February 2, 1781: Second document. Capt. Robert George order to Martin Carney at Fort Jefferson to issue 41 gills of whiskey to Lieut. James Calvit's men on fatigue.

9141-5-913-914-February 9, 1781: Third document. Capt. Robert George order at Fort Jefferson to pay Mrs. Johnston for making a shirt for Capt. John Baley company.

9142-5-913-914-February 5, 1781: Bottom document. Capt. Robert George order to issue powder and lead to Abraham Tayler [Taylor].

9143-5-915-916-February 5, 1781: Top document. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Jefferson to issue gills of taffia for fatigue of Ensign Laurence Slaughter.

9144-5-915-916-February 3, 1781: Second document. Martin Carney at Fort Jefferson issue 2 pints of taffia to Israel Dodge.

9145-5-915-916-February 3, 1781: Third document. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Jefferson to issue 13 gills of whiskey for Capt. Edward Worthington fatigue.

9146-5-915-916-7, 1781: Fourth document. Capt. Robert George order to issue powder, lead and flints to Zephaniah Blackford.

9147-5-917-918-February 24, 1781: Top document. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Jefferson to issue flints for Peoria Indians. Names: Leonard Helm.

9148-5-917-918-February 4, 1781: Second document. Fort Jefferson issued taffia to Capt. Edward Worthington.

9149-5-917-918-February 3, 1781: Third document. Capt. Robert George order to Martin Carney at Fort Jefferson to issue powder and lead to Lieut. James Calvit.

9150-5-917-918-February 4, 1781: Fourth document. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Jefferson for 1 day ration for Illinois Regiment. Names: Beven Trent.

9151-5-919-February 3, 1781: Top document. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Jefferson for rations for Illinois Regiment. Names: Beven Trent.

9152-5-919-February 4, 1781: Second document. Fort Jefferson issued half gallon of taffia to Ensign Laurence Slaughter.

9153-5-919-February 4, 1781: Third document. Faded. Reference to soldier, Indian Department and Leonard Helm.

9154-5-919-February 3, 1781: Fourth document. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Jefferson to issue rum to friendly indians. Names: Leonard Helm.

9155-5-920-February 3, 1781: Top document. Fort Jefferson issued taffia to Leonard Helm.

9156-5-920-February 3, 1780: Second document. Lieut. Jarret Williams order to Fort Jefferson for his allowance of rum.

9157-5-920-February 3, 1781: Third document. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Jefferson for liquor for fatigue of Lieut. James Calvit.

9158-5-920-February 6, 1780: Fourth document. Fort Jefferson issued whiskey to Beverly Trent.

9159-5-921-922-February 3, 1781: Top document. Fort Jefferson issued taffia to Capt. John Baley.

9160-5-921-922-February 3, 1781: Second document. Fort Jefferson issued 2 quarts of taffia to friendly indians. Names: Capt. Robert George, Leonard Helm.

9161-5-921-922-February 5, 1781: Third document. Fort Jefferson issued 1 gallon of taffia to Kickapoo Indians. Names: Capt. Robert George, Leonard Helm.

9162-5-921-922-February 3, 1781: Fourth document. Faded. Reference to Fort Jefferson, Capt. Edward Worthington and Capt. Robert George.

9163-5-921-922-February 4, 1781: Bottom document. Capt. Robert George order to Israel Dodge at Fort Jefferson to pay Mrs. Breadin for making shirts for Capt. John Baley company. Verso has reference to $50 bounty for 100 acres of land.

9164-5-923-924-February 4, 1781: Top document. Martin Carney at Fort Jefferson issued 3 quarts of taffia to Lieut. Richard Clark.

9165-5-923-924-February 6, 1781: Second document. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Jefferson to issue tobacco to Capt. John Baley.

9166-5-923-924-February 2, 1781: Third document. Capt. Robert George order to Martin Carney at Fort Jefferson to issue 5 pounds of sugar to Lieut. Jarret Williams.

9167-5-923-924-February 3, 1781: Fourth document. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Jefferson to issue 8 gills of whiskey for men of boat master Buckner Pittman fatigue.

9168-5-925-927-February 5, 1781: Top document. Duplicate filming. Martin Carney at Fort Jefferson issued 1 quart of taffia to Lieut. Richard Clark.

9169-5-925-927-February 3, 1781: Second document. Duplicate filming. Capt. Robert George order at Fort Jefferson to issue powder and lead to Silas Harlan.

9170-5-925-927-February 3, 1781: Third document. Duplicate filming. Fort Jefferson to issued 1 quart of taffia Lieut. Richard Clark.

9171-5-925-927-February 2, 1780: Fourth document. Duplicate filming. Capt. Robert George order to Martin Carney at Fort Jefferson to issue 1 quart of taffia to Sergeant John Walker.

9172-5-928-931-February 11, 1781: Top left document. Duplicate filming. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Jefferson to issue powder and lead for Capt. Abraham Kellar company.

9173-5-928-931-February 3, 1781: Top right document. Duplicate filming. Capt. Robert George order to Martin Carney at Fort Jefferson to issue 14 gallons of rum.

9174-5-928-931-February 23, 1781: Third document. Duplicate filming. Fort Jefferson issued 1 gallon of taffia to Israel Dodge.

9175-5-928-931-February 1, 1781: Fourth document. Duplicate filming. Fort Jefferson issued taffia to Leonard Helm.

9176-5-928-931-February 7, 1781: Fifth document. Duplicate filming. Martin Carney at Fort Jefferson issued taffia to Lieut. James Calvit.

9177-5-928-931-February 5, 1781: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Capt. Robert George order at

9177-5-928-931-February 5, 1781-Continued: Fort Jefferson to issue taffia to the Kickapoo Indians. Names: Leonard Helm.

9178-5-932-934-February 5, 1781: Top document. Duplicate filming. Fort Jefferson issued liquor to Joseph Cahist.

9179-5-932-934-February 1, 1781: Second document. Duplicate filming. Fort Jefferson issued rum to Leonard Helm.

9180-5-932-934-February 17, 1781: Third document. Duplicate filming. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Jefferson to issue whiskey to 10 men of the Illinois Regiment. Names: Beverly Trent.

9181-5-932-934-February 23, 1781: Fourth document. Duplicate filming. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Jefferson for 100 pounds of sugar.

9182-5-932-934-February 14, 1781: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Fort Jefferson issued taffia to ? Thompson.

9183-5-935-936-February 20, 1781: Top document. Capt. Robert George order to Israel Dodge at Fort Jefferson to issue flannel to Capt. John Williams.

9184-5-935-936-February 24, 1781: Second document. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Jefferson to issue tobacco.

9185-5-935-936-February 24, 1781: Third document. Fort Jefferson issued 2 quarts and 1 pint of taffia to Lieut. Richard Clark.

9186-5-935-936-February 23, 1781: Fourth document. Capt. Robert George order to Israel Dodge at Fort Jefferson to issue 2 pounds of twine to friendly indians.

9187-5-935-936-February 24, 1781: Fifth document. Fort Jefferson issued taffia to Lieut. Richard Clark.

9188-5-937-939-February 24, 1781: Top document. Duplicate filming. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Jefferson to issue coffee to Capt. Edward Worthington.

9189-5-937-939-February 23, 1781: Second document. Duplicate filming. Capt. Robert George ordered Fort Jefferson to issue taffia for 16 men of Sergeant William Crump fatigue.

9190-5-937-939-February 23, 1781: Third document. Duplicate filming. William Harrison paid $50 for 350 pounds of iron to Jacob Knoell?

9191-5-937-939-February 25, 1781: Fourth document. Duplicate filming. February 25, 1781. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Jefferson to issue 4 quarts of taffia to Lieut. James Calvit.

9192-5-937-939-February 23, 1781: Fifth document. Duplicate filming. Capt. Robert George order to

9192-5-937-939-February 23, 1781-Continued: Martin Carney to issue taffia to Sergeant John Walker.

9193-5-940-941-February 25, 1781: Top document. Fort Jefferson issued 3 pints of taffia to Leonard Helm.

9194-5-940-941-February 25. 1781: Second document. Fort Jefferson issued 3 pints of taffia to Edward Worthington.

9195-5-940-939-February 23, 1781: Third document. Martin Carney issued 2 quarts of taffia for indians at Fort Jefferson. Names: Capt. Robert George, Leonard Helm.

9196-5-940-941-February 22, 1781: Fourth document. Fort Jefferson issued 30 pounds of powder and 30 pounds of lead to friendly indians at Fort Jefferson. Names: Capt. Robert George, Leonard Helm.

9197-5-940-941-February 25, 1781: Fifth document. Fort Jefferson issued 3 quarts of taffia for friendly indians. Names: Capt. Robert George, Leonard Helm.

9198-5-942-945-February 25, 1781: Top left document. Duplicate filming. Taffia issued to ? Gerault.

9199-5-942-945-February 11, 1781: Top right document. Duplicate filming. Martin Carney at Fort Jefferson issued taffia to Ensign Laurence Slaughter.

9200-5-942-945-February 25, 1781: Third document. Duplicate filming. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Jefferson to issue liquor to 1 sergeant and 16 men on Lieut. Robert Davis fatigue.

9201-5-942-945-February 24, 1781: Fourth document. Duplicate filming. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Jefferson to furnish 10 pounds of powder to Monsieur Datchunit, who was to replace after returning from New Orleans.

9202-5-942-945-February 23, 1781: Fifth document. Duplicate filming. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Jefferson to issued 20 gallons of taffia to the Peoria Indians. Names: Leonard Helm.

9203-5-946-949-February 23, 1781: Top document. Duplicate filming. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Jefferson to issue 3 pounds of coffee to Leonard Helm.

9204-5-946-949-February 26, 1781: Second document on left. Duplicate filming. Fort Jefferson issued 3 gallons of rum to Capt. Robert George.

9205-5-946-949-February 22, 1781: Third document on right. Duplicate filming. Fort Jefferson issued taffia to Capt. Edward Worthington.

9206-5-946-949-February 2, 1781: Fourth document. Duplicate filming. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Jefferson to issue 12 pounds of sugar to Capt. John Baley.

9207-5-946-949-February 27, 1781: Fifth document. Duplicate filming. Martin Carney at Fort Jefferson issued 3 pints of taffia to Leonard Helm.

9208-5-950-951-February 26, 1781: Top document. Martin Carney issued a bottle to Capt. John Williams.

9209-5-950-951-February 27, 1781: Second document. Fort Jefferson issued a quart of taffia to Ensign William Worthington.

9210-5-950-951-February 13, 1781: Third document. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Jefferson to issue 30 pounds of coffee to Capt. John Baley.

9211-5-950-951-February 22, 1781: Fourth document. Fort Jefferson issued 3 pints of taffia to Capt. Edward Worthington.

9212-5-952-955-February 26, 1781: Top document. Duplicate filming. Fort Jefferson issued taffia to Lieut. Richard Clark.

9213-5-952-955-February 9, 1781: Second document. Duplicate filming. Fort Jefferson issued 5 quarts of taffia to Capt. Edward Worthington.

9214-5-952-955-February 22, 1781: Third document. Duplicate filming. Fort Jefferson issued 7 quarts of taffia to Ensign Jarret Williams.

9215-5-952-955-February 27, 1781: Fourth document Duplicate filming. Lieut. John Thruston received a bottle of taffia.

9216-5-952-955-February 27, 1782: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Capt. John Williams received 2 gallons of taffia.

9217-5-956-957-February 7, 1781: Top left document. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Jefferson to issue powder and lead to 3 men.

9218-5-956-957-February 24, 1781: Top right document. Fort Jefferson issued 3 pints of taffia to Leonard Helm.

9219-5-956-957-February 26, 1781: Third document on left. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Jefferson to issue 1 quart of taffia to boat master Buckner Pittman.

9220-5-956-957-February 7, 1781: Fourth document on right. Fort Jefferson issued 3 pints of taffia to Israel Dodge.

9221-5-956-957-February 10, 1781: Fifth document. Martin Carney at Fort Jefferson issued 5 quarts of taffia to Capt. Edward Worthington.

9222-5-956-957-February 9, 1781: Bottom document. Fort Jefferson issued taffia to Lieut. Richard Clark.

9223-5-958-959-February 17, 1781: Top left document. Fort Jefferson issued taffia. Names: Leonard Helm, Capt. Robert George.

9224-5-958-959-February 8, 1781: Top right document. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Jefferson to issue 16 pounds of lead and 8 pounds of powder for the men going with hunters for meat.

9225-5-958-959-February 7, 1781: Third document. Martin Carney at Fort Jefferson issued taffia to Joseph Caton?

9226-5-958-959-February 7, 1781: Bottom left document. Fort Jefferson issued 1 quart of taffia to Lieut. Richard Clark.

9227-5-958-959-February 12, 1781: Bottom right document. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Jefferson to issue 2 quarts of taffia to Sergeant John Walker.

9228-5-960-961-February 9, 1781: Top document. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Jefferson to issue 6 pounds of sugar to Capt. Edward Worthington.

9229-5-960-961-February 9, 1781: Second document. Martin Carney issued 5 quarts of taffia to John Donne.

9230-5-960-961-February 7, 1781: Third document. Capt. Robert George order to Martin Carney at Fort Jefferson to issue 3 pounds of sugar to Joseph Calvit.

9231-5-962-February 7, 1781: Top left document. Martin Carney at Fort Jefferson issued half a gallon of taffia to Ensign Laurence Slaughter.

9232-5-962-February 7, 1781: Top right document. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Jefferson to issue taffia for the Kickapoo Indians. Names: Leonard Helm.

9233-5-962-February 10, 1781: Third document. Fort Jefferson issued tobacco to Capt. John Baley.

9234-5-962-February 8, 1781: Fourth document. Fort Jefferson issued taffia to Lieut. Richard Clark.

9235-5-962-February 24, 1782: Bottom document. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Jefferson to issue 2 gallons of rum to friendly indians.

9236-5-963-964-February 18, 1781: Top document. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Jefferson to issue 109 rations for Illinois Regiment. Names: Beverly Trent.

9237-5-963-964-February 10, 1781: Second document on left. Fort Jefferson to issue half gallon taffia to Ensign Laurence Slaughter.

9238-5-963-964-February 8, 1781: Third document on right. Fort Jefferson issued taffia to Capt. John Baley.

9239-5-963-964-February 9, 1781: Fourth document on left. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Jefferson to issue 2 and half gallons of whiskey to Moses Henry.

9240-5-963-964-February 22, 1781: Fifth document on right. Fort Jefferson issued 2 gallons of rum to Leonard Helm.

9241-5-963-964-February 9, 1781: Bottom left document. Faded. Taffia issued to Capt. John Baley.

9242-5-963-964-February 9, 1783: Bottom right document. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Jefferson to issue a quart of rum for the express from the Falls of Ohio.

9243-5-965-967-February 10, 1781: Top left document. Duplicate filming. Fort Jefferson issued taffia to Ensign Laurence Slaughter.

9244-5-965-967-February 23, 1781: Top right document. Duplicate filming. Fort Jefferson issued taffia to Leonard Helm.

9245-5-965-967-February 8, 1781: Third document on left. Duplicate filming. Martin Carney at Fort Jefferson issued 7 quarts of taffia to Ensign Jarret Williams.

9246-5-965-967-February 23, 1781: Fourth document on right. Duplicate filming. Capt. Robert George order at Fort Jefferson to issue taffia to James Sherlock.

9247-5-965-967-February 23, 1781: Fifth document. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Jefferson to issue taffia to Peoria Indians. Names: Leonard Helm.

9248-5-965-967-February 7, 1781: Bottom document. Capt. Robert George order to issue 1 pound of sugar and half a pound of coffee to sick soldier Anthony Lunsford of Capt. John Baley company.

9249-5-968-February 26, 1781: Top document. Fort Jefferson issued 3 quarts of taffia to friendly indians. Names: Capt. Robert George, Leonard Helm.

9250-5-968-February 10, 1781: Second document. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Jefferson to issue 3 pound of sugar to Leonard Helm.

9251-5-968-February 11, 1781: Third document on left. Fort Jefferson issued 3 quarts of taffia to Israel Dodge.

9252-5-968-February 11, 1781: Fourth document on right. Martin Carney at Fort Jefferson issued taffia to Capt. John Baley.

9253-5-968-February 11, 1781: Bottom document. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Jefferson to issue sugar to Lieut. James Calvit.

9254-5-969-970-February 4, 1781: Top document. Fort Jefferson issued taffia to friendly indians. Names: Israel Dodge, Capt. Robert George, Leonard Helm.

9255-5-969-970-February 12, 1781: Second document. Martin Carney at Fort Jefferson issued 2 pints of taffia to Capt. Edward Worthington.

9256-5-969-970-February 12, 1781: Third document on left. Martin Carney at Fort Jefferson issued 1 quart of taffia to Capt. Edward Worthington.

9257-5-969-970-February 12, 1781: Fourth document on right. Martin Carney at Fort Jefferson issued taffia to Capt. John Baley.

9258-5-969-970-February 12, 1781: Fifth document. Fort Jefferson issued taffia to Lieut. Richard Clark.

9259-5-969-970-February 12, 1781: Bottom left document. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Jefferson to issue 10 gills of whiskey for men on fatigue.

9260-5-969-970-February 12, 1781: Bottom right document. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Jefferson to issue 1 pound of tobacco for express from Falls of Ohio.

9261-5-971-972-February 11, 1781: Top document. Fort Jefferson issued 3 pints of taffia to Lieut. Richard Clark.

9262-5-971-972-February 4, 1781: Second document. Taffia was issued to Leonard Helm.

9263-5-971-972-February 5, 1781: Third document on left. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Jefferson to issue taffia to Bartlet Searcy for an express.

9264-5-971-972-February 11, 1781: Fourth document on right. Fort Jefferson issued powder, lead and flints to the Indian Department.

9265-5-971-972-February 11, 1781: Bottom left document. Faded. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Jefferson to issue sugar to Capt. Edward Worthington.

9266-5-971-972-February 6, 1781: Bottom right document. Fort Jefferson issued taffia to friendly indians. Names: Martin Carney, Capt. Robert George, Leonard Helm.

9267-5-973-976-February 18, 1781: Top document. Duplicate filming. Martin Carney at Fort Jefferson issued taffia to Capt. John Baley.

9268-5-973-976-February 8, 1781: Second document. Duplicate filming. Martin Carney at Fort Jefferson issued 6 gallons of taffia to Capt. Edward Worthington.

9269-5-973-976-February 4, 1781: Third document. Duplicate filming. Capt. Robert George order at Fort Jefferson to issue tobacco for a man in Capt. Edward Worthington company. Names: Lieut. Richard Clark.

9270-5-973-976-February 6, 1781: Fourth document. Duplicate filming. Capt. Robert George order at Fort Jefferson to issue taffia for Lieut. Richard Clark fatigue.

9271-5-973-976-February 25, 1781: Fifth document. Duplicate filming. Capt. Robert George order at Fort Jefferson to issue 3 pounds of sugar to Mrs. Phillips.

9272-5-977-979-February 4, 1781: Top document. Duplicate filming. Fort Jefferson issued 3 pints of taffia for Capt. Edward Worthington. Verso is an incomplete document and appears to be a letter written to a son with reference to health.

9273-5-977-979-February 6, 1781: Second document. Duplicate filming. Martin Carney issued taffia to Capt. John Baley.

9274-5-977-979-February ?, 1781: Third document on left. Duplicate filming. Faded. Fort Jefferson and Capt. Robert George.

9275-5-977-979-February 4, 1781: Fourth document on right. Duplicate filming. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Jefferson to issue powder to Lieut. Richard Clark.

9276-5-977-979-February 7, 1781: Fifth document. Duplicate filming. Fort Jefferson issued taffia to Capt. Edward Worthington.

9277-5-977-979-February 22, 1781: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Martin Carney at Fort Jefferson issued 3 quarts of taffia to John Donne.

9278-5-980-981-February 5, 1781: Top document. Fort Jefferson issued taffia to Israel Dodge.

9279-5-980-981-February 20, 1781: Second document. Fort Jefferson issued taffia to Lieut. Richard Clark.

9280-5-980-981-February 23, 1781: Third document. Fort Jefferson issued 3 pints of taffia to Capt. Edward Worthington.

9281-5-980-981-February 4, 1781: Fourth document. Fort Jefferson issued ammunition for 2 men of Capt. Edward Worthington company. Names: Lieut. Richard Clark, Capt. Robert George.

9282-5-980-981-February 5, 1781: Fifth document. Fort Jefferson issued rum to Capt. Robert George.

9283-5-982-983-March 26, 1781: Top left document. Fort Jefferson issued taffia to ? Gerault.

9284-5-982-983-February 8, 1781: Top right document. Fort Jefferson issued taffia for 23 men on fatigue. Names: Capt. Abraham Kellar, Capt. Robert George.

9285-5-982-983-February 16, 1781: Third document. Faded. Falls of Ohio purchased corn from Benjamin Byrum? Names: Bland Ballard, Major George Slaughter.

9286-5-982-983-January 24, 1781: Fourth document. George Wilson at Falls of Ohio issued 1 quart of whiskey for fatigue of Capt. Benjamin Roberts. Names: Major George Slaughter.

9287-5-982-983-February 1, 1781: Fifth document. Rations issued to Will Shannon and his boy [negro].

9288-5-982-983-February 7, 1781: Bottom document. George Rogers Clark July 20, 1780 order for flour for the Major Harrod militia, which was going on the Pickaway expedition. Names: Will Shannon, Mr. Wilson.

9289-5-984-985-February 20, 1781: Top document. Faded. Payment for use of Jacob Haymaker's boat yard. Names: Robert Bell, James McDonell.

9290-5-984-985-February 27, 1781: Second document. Payment for corn for use of boat builders. Names: Jacob Haymaker, William McFarlan, James McDonell.

9291-5-984-985-February 28, 1781: Third document. Faded. Taffia issued to Patt Kennedy.

9292-5-984-985-February 27, 1784: Fourth document. Payment to James McDonell for 65 pounds of pork. Names: James Ewing.

9293-5-986-988-February 27, 1781: Top document. Duplicate filming. William McFarlan sold 8 bushels of wheat for use of the boat builders directed by Jacob Haymaker. Names: James McDonell.

9294-5-986-988-February 28, 1781: Second document. Fort Jefferson issued a bottle of taffia for a man of Major [ Richard] McCarty. Names: ? Gerault.

9295-5-986-988-February 28, 1781: Third document. James McDonell paid James Blane for 22 and half gallons of whiskey.

9296-5-986-988-February 28, 1781: Fourth document. The Illinois commissary at Louisville issued 28 days rations. Names: Willis Green, William Shannon.

9297-5-989-990-February 9, 1781: Top document. George Slaughter order for rations for 25 men and 1 wash woman in Capt. Benjamin Roberts company and for rations for widow of Ensign Asher. Names: Proctor Ballard.

9298-5-989-990-February 5, 1781: Second document. Rations issued for 2 days for 15 artificers who were building the new garrison at Falls of Ohio. Names: Richard Chinoweth, George Slaughter.

9299-5-989-990-February 18, 1781: Third document. Falls of Ohio issued ration of flour, salt and whiskey issued for 7 days for 63 artificers. Names: Richard Chinoweth, George Slaughter.

9300-5-989-990-February 14, 1781: Fourth document. Falls of Ohio issued 46 pounds of flour, 6 pounds of beef, and 2 gallons of whiskey to Mr. Jean Cardanne or Cardinn. Names: George Slaughter.

9301-5-991-993-February 7, 1781: Top document. George Slaughter order for rations for 2 wagoners.

9302-5-991-993-February 7, 1781: Second document. Louisville commissary issued rations of flour, beef and whiskey for 40 men for 46 days. Names: Richard Chinoweth, George Slaughter.

9303-5-991-993-February 14, 1781: Third document on left. Capt. Robert George order to issue thread to sew and mend bag for the commissary store. Names: Zephaniah Blackford.

9304-5-991-993-February 10, 1781: Fourth document on right. George Slaughter order to issue rations for widow of Ensign Asher.

9305-5-994-995-February 23, 1781: Top document. Joseph McDonell paid William Daumen? for 301 pounds of flour for use of boat master department. Names: William Walker.

9306-5-994-995-February 1, 1781: Second document. Rations issued for 8 men of Capt. Benjamin Roberts company. Names: Proctor Ballard, George Slaughter.

9307-5-994-995-February 2, 1781: Third document. Taffia issued to Lieut. Jarret Williams.

9308-5-994-995-February 1, 1781: Fourth document. Michael Carney issued 5 quarts of taffia to John Donne.

9309-5-996-997-February 14, 1781: Top document. Faded. Names: George Slaughter.

9310-5-996-997-February 23, 1781: Top right document. Names: Richard Linn, William Walker.

9311-5-996-997-February 3, 1781: Third document. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Jefferson to issue rum for friendly indians. Names: Leonard Helm.

9312-5-996-997-March 31, 1781: Fourth document. Ration of beef issued to George Slaughter. Names: George Wilson, Bland Ballard.

9313-5-996-997-February 24, 1781: Fifth document. Taffia issued. Names: ? Gerault, Daniel Coil.

9314-5-998-999-February 25, 1781: Top document. Martin Carney issued rum to Capt. John Williams.

9315-5-998-999-February 25, 1781: Second document. Martin Carney issued 2 quarts of taffia for Patt Kennedy.

9316-5-998-999-February 19, 1781: Third document on left. Account of State of Virginia with Monsieur Charleville, who supplied loads of wood, corn, flour and pork.

9317-5-998-999-February 18, 1781: Fourth document on right. Rations issued for 16 men and a wash woman in Capt. Thomas May company. Names: Joseph Saunders, George Slaughter.

9318-5-998-999-February 3, 1781: Fifth document. George Wilson at Falls of Ohio issued 2 quarts of whiskey for the fatigue unloading a boat of salt. Names: Sergeant Proctor Ballard, George Slaughter.

9219-5-1000-1001-February 16, 1781: Top document. Thomas Jefferson instructed the Virginia auditors to pay October 3, 1780 Bill of Exchange sent by William Shannon from Falls of Ohio to Virginia for payment of $655 to Capt. William Pope for salt furnished the troops in Illinois.

9220-5-1000-1001-February 8, 1781: Second document. Fort Jefferson issued taffia to Leonard Helm.

9221-5-1000-1001-February 22, 1781: Third document. Leonard Helm was issued 3 pints of taffia.

9222-5-1000-1001-February 8, 1781: Fourth document. Faded. Names: William Crawford, William Harrison.

9223-5-1002-1003-February 8, 1781: Top document. Reference to corn. Names: James Ross, Joseph Parkison.

9224-5-1002-1003-February 16, 1781: Second document. Whiskey ration issued for 2 wagoners. Names: George Slaughter.

9225-5-1002-1003-February ?, 1781: Third document. The Public auditors of the Commonwealth of Virginia certified James Fulkerson had delivered treasurer's

9225-5-1002-1003-February ?, 1781-Continued. receipts. Names: James Phillips.

9226-5-1004-1005-February 10, 1781: Top document. Account of state of Virginia with Joseph Ross for salt. Names: John Cartwell.

9227-5-1004-1005-February 17, 1781: Second document. Rations issued for 22 men and 1 wash woman in company of Capt. [Benjamin] Roberts and 8 day ration for widow of Ensign Asher. Names: Ensign William Roberts, George Slaughter.

9228-5-1004-1005-February 7, 1781: Third document. Faded. Names: William Mitchell, Evan Kenton.

9229-5-1006-1007-February 19, 1781: Top document. Whiskey issued. Names: George Wilson, George Slaughter, Joseph Saunders.

9230-5-1006-1007-February 12, 1781: Second document. Account of state of Virginia with Martin Harden. Names: Joseph Parkison, John Caldwell.

9231-5-1006-1007-February 10, 1781: Third document. Account of state of Virginia with George Kintner. Names: Joseph Parkison, John Caldwell.

9232-5-1008-1013-February 4, 1781: Top document. Duplicate filming. John Donne was issued 4 quarts of taffia.

9233-5-1008-1013-February 6, 1781: Second document. Duplicate filming. Capt. John Rogers certified Vital Beauvais had supplied 275 pounds of beef at Fort Clark.

9234-5-1008-1013-February 6, 1781: Third document. Duplicate filming. Incomplete. Names: William Harrison.

9235-5-1008-1013-February ?, 1781: Fourth document. Taffia issued to Capt. John Baley.

9236-5-1014-February 12, 1781: Top document. State of Virginia account with Thomas Parkison. Names: Richard Parkison, James Parkison, John Caldwell.

9237-5-1014-February 15, 1781: Second document. State of Virginia account with Adam Wickerham, who supplied flour and hay. Names: Joseph Parkison, John Caldwell.

9238-5-1015-1016-February 24, 1781: Top document. Names: Lieut. [Thomas Valentine] Dalton, Lieut. Col. John Montgomery.

9239-5-1015-1016-February 3, 1781: Center document. Joseph Saunders was issued powder and lead.

9240-5-1015-1016-February 21, 1781: Bottom document. Joseph Saunders was issued 16 pounds of flour and 10 pounds of beef.

9241-5-1017-1020-February 25, 1781: Top document. Duplicate filming. George Slaughter order to Falls of Ohio for 7 day ration of flour and beef for 30 artificers.

9242-5-1017-1020-February 26, 1781: Second document. Duplicate filming. Ration for 23 men and 2 wash women in Capt. Thomas May company. Names: Joseph Saunders, George Slaughter

9243-5-1017-1020-February 28, 1781: Third document. Duplicate filming. Faded. Rations issued for a man of Capt. Benjamin Roberts company. Names: Ensign William Roberts, George Slaughter.

9244-5-1017-1020-February ?, 1781: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Taffia issued for use of Capt. [Richard] McCarty company. Names: ? Girault.

9245-5-1021-1023-February 18, 1781: Top document. George Wilson at Falls of Ohio issued 4 quarts of whiskey for a party guarding a corn wagon taken from Linn's Station. Names: Sergeant Proctor Ballard, George Slaughter.

9246-5-1021-1023-February 24, 1781: Second document. George Wilson issued 3 quarts of whiskey for artificers at Falls of Ohio. Names: George Slaughter.

9247-5-1021-1023-February 2, 1781: Third document. Rations issued for Capt. Thomas May company.

9248-5-1021-1023-February 23, 1781: Fourth document. Rations. Names: Ensign William Roberts.

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