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Based on the Microfilmed

George Rogers Clark Papers

At the Virginia State Library and Archives

Compiled by

Richard Eugene Willson, Indexing

Donald E. Gradeless, Ph.D., Editor

For the

Society of Colonial Wars in the State of Illinois

and the

Sons of the Revolution in the State of Illinois

Chicago, Illinois

1998

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

Copyright ゥ1998-2004 Sons of the Revolution in the State of Illinois

Microfilm Reel Dates Documents

 1 January 1778 - May 1779 1-1220

 2 May 1779 - August 1779 1221-2733

 3 August 1779 - April 1780 2734-5387

 4 May 1780 - November 1780 5388-7867

 5 November 1780 - February 1781 7868-9248

 6 March 1781 - June 1781 9249-11490

 7 July 1781 - September 1781 11491-13111

 8 September 1781 - December 1781 13112-14588

 9 December 1781 - July 1782 14589-16352

10 August 1782 - July 1783 16353-17776

11 July 1783 - August 1784 17777-18820

12 September 1784 - No Dates 18821-19814

13 No Dates 19815-20110

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

 

Guide to the Index

of George Rogers Clark Papers

of the Virginia State Library and Archives

 

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

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

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

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

        Example: Casey, Benjamin 1-20

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

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

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

 

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GUIDE TO THE ABSTRACT`

The index references are references to a name or word.

Example: Casey, Benjamin, 1-20

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

Document-Roll-Frame [Frames]

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

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

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

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

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

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

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



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

Microfilm #6

BOX 630-FOLDER 93

LETTERS, MARCH 1781

FRAMES #1-20

8 documents filmed on 20 frames.

9249-6-1-6-March 23, 1781: Duplicate filming. March 23, 1781 letter to the Board of Commissioners of Kentucky from Sam Lee? Reference to Major [George] Slaughter's January 7, 1781 letter to the Governor. Allegations made against several gentlemen for abuses against the state. The commission was to investigate into the character and possible fraud of Capt. William Shannon and James Francis Moore.

9250-6-7-11-March 17, 1781: Duplicate filming. Joseph Hunter at Clarksville wrote that Israel Dodge swore oath before a magistrate that he was sent by state agent John Dodge. Reference to Richard Winston, County Lieutenant at Kaskaskia for Illinois.

9251-6-12-15-March 4, 1781: Duplicate filming. Joseph Hunter at Clarksville wrote that Patrick Kennedy, adjutant conductor of the Western Department swore oath before a magistrate that he had been present at Kaskaskia. Names: Richard Winston, Israel Dodge, John Dodge.

9252-6-16-March 14, 1781: Letter from Joseph Crockett to Governor Thomas Jefferson.

9253-6-17-March 27, 1781: Letter from Joseph Reed to Governor Thomas Jefferson.

9254-6-18-March 27, 1781: Letter from Andrew Donnally to Governor Thomas Jefferson.

9255-6-19-March 28, 1781: Letter from William Davis to Governor Thomas Jefferson.

9256-6-20-March 29, 1781: Letter from William Harrison to Governor Thomas Jefferson

BOX 630-FOLDER 94

LETTERS , MARCH 1781

FRAMES #21-70

105 documents filmed on 59 frames.

9257-6-22-March 27, 1781: Top document. Capt. Robert George order at Fort Jefferson to issue power to militia man John Burk.

9258-6-22-March 29, 1781: Second document. Capt. Edward Worthington order at Fort Jefferson to issue taffia for sick.

9259-6-22-March 25, 1781: Third document. Fort Jefferson issued a quart of taffia to friendly indians. Names: Leonard Helm, Capt. Robert George.

9260-6-22-March 26, 1781: Fourth document. Fort Jefferson issued 3 pints of taffia for use of Capt. Robert George.

9261-6-22-March 29, 1781: Fifth document. Fort Jefferson issued a quart of taffia for use of Leonard Helm.

9262-6-23-24-March 27, 1781: Top left document. Capt. Robert George sent taffia to Capt. George Owens.

9263-6-23-24-February 28, 1781: Top right document. Mouth of Ohio issued ration of corn and meat for a march. Names: Capt. John Baley, Zephaniah Blackford.

9264-6-23-24-March 27, 1781: Third document on left. Fort Jefferson issued 3 pints of taffia to Capt. Edward Worthington.

9265-6-23-24-March 4, 1781: Fourth document on right. Salt ration for 14 days issued for 25 men, 3 women and 2 children of Capt. John Baley Co.

9266-6-23-24-March 27, 1781: Fifth document. Fort Jefferson issued powder and lead to Sergeant John Walker of Capt. Robert George Co.

9267-6-23-24-March 26, 1781: Bottom document. Capt. John Williams requested 2 bottles of taffia to make his host glad and to give contentment to his friends.

9268-6-25-26-March 28, 1781: Top document. Powder and lead issued to man of Capt. Robert George co.

9269-6-25-26-March 27, 1781: Second document. Martin Carney issued taffia ration to Lieut. Girault.

9270-6-25-26-March 2, 1781: Third document. Rations for 3 days issued to 29 men, 3 women and 2 children in Capt. John Baley co.

9271-6-25-26-March 26, 1781: Bottom left document. Faded. Names: Joseph Roberts.

9272-6-25-26-March 27, 1781: Bottom right document. Fort Jefferson issued 3 pints of taffia to Capt. John Williams.

9273-6-27-29-March 28, 1781: Top left document. Duplicate filming. Fort Jefferson issued rations. Names: Capt. Robert George, Ensign Jarret Williams.

9274-6-27-29-March 28, 1781: Top right document. Duplicate filming. Rations issued to Capt. Downing's regiment. Names: Capt. Robert George, Edward Garland?, Dan Ganier?.

9275-6-27-29-March 25, 1781: Third document. Duplicate filming. General Clark paid ? Fifhler for repairing arms and shoeing horses.

9276-6-27-29-March 28, 1781: Fourth document. Duplicate filming. A quart of taffia was given to boat master Buckner Dittman? at Fort Jefferson.

9277-6-27-29-March 29, 1781: Fifth document. Duplicate filming. William W. Carmich provided ferry service for horses and James Stephenson.

9278-6-30-March 27, 1781: Top document. Fort Jefferson issued 3 pints of taffia for friendly indians. Names: Leonard Helm, Capt. Robert George.

9279-6-30-March 28, 1781: Second document. Fort Jefferson issued a gun to a man in Capt. [Richard] Brashear's co. Names: Capt. Robert George, Ensign Jarret Williams.

9280-6-30-March 27, 1781: Third document. John Donne was given 1 pound of course thread for purchasing 30 pounds of salted buffalo beef for troops at Fort Jefferson. Names: Capt. Thomas Price.

9281-6-30-March 28, 1781: Bottom document. Fort Jefferson issued 1/2 pound of gun powder to John Donne to protect his frontier house, which flanked the Block House. Names: Capt. Robert George, Martin Carney.

9282-6-31-32-March 28, 1781: Top document. Capt. Robert George order at Fort Jefferson for Martin Carney to issue coffee for the John Donne and his family.

9283-6-31-32-March 25, 1781: Second document. Fort Jefferson issued a quart of taffia to Lieut. Joseph Calvit.

9284-6-31-32-March 27, 1781: Third document. Fort Jefferson issued taffia ration to James Finn.

9285-6-31-32-March 28, 1781: Fourth document. Fort Jefferson issued gun powder and lead to Lieut. Girault. Names: Capt. Robert George.

9286-6-33-34-March 28, 1781: Top document. Capt. Robert George order to Martin Carney at Fort Jefferson to give 4 gallons of taffia to John Donne, who had purchased 240 pounds of salted beef for use of troops.

9287-6-33-34-March 27, 1781: Second document. Payment for whiskey. Names: John Bass, Joseph McDowell.

9288-6-33- 34-March 30, 1781: Bottom document. Martin Carney issued taffia to James Finn.

9289-6-35-36-March 28, 1781: Top document. Fort Jefferson issued 3 pints of taffia to Leonard Helm.

9290-6-35-36-March 28, 1781: Second document. Capt. John Williams order to Fort Jefferson for 2 bottles of taffia, 2 pounds of sugar and 1 cask to make vinegar.

9291-6-35-36-March 30, 1781: Third document. Martin Carney issued 3 pints of taffia for Capt. Robert George at Fort Jefferson.

9292-6-35-36-March 29, 1781: Fourth document. Fort Jefferson issued tobacco to Leonard Helm.

9293-6-35-36-March 30, 1781: Bottom document. Martin Carney at Fort Jefferson issued taffia to John Donne, who was ill.

9294-6-37-38-March 17, 1781: Top document. Capt. John Baley certified Zephaniah Blackford provided 17 bushels of indian corn and 1280 pounds of beef for 2 officers, 26 men, 3 women and 2 children, who were on a 27 day journey command from Fort Jefferson to Fort Patrick Henry.

9295-6-37-38-March 18, 1781: Second document. Fort Patrick Henry issued salt ration for 28 men, 3 women and 2 children under command of Capt. John Baley.

9296-6-37-38-March 28, 1781: Third document. Fort Jefferson issued gun powder and lead to 10 men of Capt. George Owens militia. Names: Martin Carney, Capt. Robert George.

9297-6-37-38-March 30, 1781: Fourth document. Fort Jefferson issued tobacco to Lieut. Girault. Names: Capt. Robert George.

9298-6-39-40-March 29, 1781: Top document. Fort Jefferson issued taffia. Names: Sergeant Dodge, Martin Carney.

9299-6-39-40-March 30, 1781: Second document. Fort Jefferson issued 3 pints of taffia to Capt. Robert George.

9300-6-39-40-March 28, 1781: Third document on left. Fort Jefferson issued powder and lead. Names: Lieut. Richard Clark, Capt. Robert George.

9301-6-39-40-March 28, 1781: Fourth document on right. Fort Jefferson issued coffee to Israel Dodge. Names: Martin Carney, Capt. Robert George.

9302-6-39-40-March 27, 1781: Fifth document. Fort Jefferson issued taffia to ? Archer. Names: Capt. Robert George.

9303-6-39-40-March 30, 1781: Bottom document. Fort Jefferson issued taffia to Capt. John Williams.

9304-6-41-42-March 29, 1781: Top document. Martin Carney at Fort Jefferson issued a quart of taffia to Lieut. Joseph Calvit.

9305-6-41-42-March ?, 1781: Second document. Taffia issued to Lieut. Girault.

9306-6-41-42-March 21, 1781: Third document. Zephaniah Blackford at Fort Patrick Henry issued 88 pounds of flour to Capt. Linctot.

9307-6-41-42-March 26, 1781: Fourth document. Faded. Unable to read.

9308-6-41-42-March 25, 1781: Bottom document. Forage for horses. Names: ? Robinson.

9309-6-43-44-March 5, 1781: Top document. Capt. John Baley at the Ohio River requested 8 day salt ration for 26 men, 3 women and 2 children, who were going on a 13 day march to the commissary.

9310-6-43-44-March 26, 1781: Second document. Lieut. Col. William Robinson order for forage for 2 horses.

9311-6-43-44-March 24, 1781: Third document. Lieut. Col. William Robinson order for forage for 2 horses.

9312-6-43-44-March 27, 1781: Fourth document. Capt. John Williams request to Fort Jefferson for a quart of taffia.

9313-6-43-44-February 26, 1781: Fifth document. Salt issued. Names: Capt. John Baley, Sergeant John Young.

9314-6-45-46-March 18, 1781: Top document. Fort Patrick Henry issued 2 day ration of beef and flour for Capt. John Baley and Ensign Slaughter.

9315-6-45-46-March 14, 1781: Second document. Fort Patrick Henry issued 4 day rations for 3 women, who came on the boat. Names: Capt. John Baley.

9316-6-45-46-March 18, 1781: Third document. Fort Patrick Henry issued 2 day meat and flour ration to Capt. John Baley and Ensign Slaughter.

9317-6-45-46-March 7, 1781: Bottom document. Payment for medicine provided by Ichabod Camp for a sick soldier at Fort Kaskaskia. Names: Sergeant William Merriweather.

9318-6-47-49-March 14, 1781: Top document. Duplicate filming. Rations issued for a commissary, who was on a march from the Ohio to St. Vincent. Names: Zephaniah Blackford, Capt. John Baley.

9319-6-47-49-March 18, 1781: Second document. Duplicate filming. Fort Patrick Henry issued 3 day ration for 29 men, 3 women and 2 children in Capt. John Baley co.

9320-6-47-49-March 27, 1781: Third document. Duplicate filming. Names: Thomas Merriweather, Obediah Ferguson.

9321-6-47-49-March 26, 1781: Fourth document. Duplicate filming. Forage issued for horses. Names: Capt. John Valentine.

9322-6-47-49-March 24, 1781: Fifth document. Duplicate filming. Faded. Forage was issued. Names: John Bunyon?

9323-6-50-52-March 26, 1781: Top document. Duplicate filming. A peck of corn and 10 pounds of beef were issued to Joseph Saunders.

9324-6-50-52-March 28, 1781: Second document. Duplicate filming. Forage issued for 4 horses of the artillery. Names: Capt. Aquilla Herbert?

9325-6-50-52-March 26, 1781: Third document. Duplicate filming. Faded. Names: ? Hudson?

9326-6-50-52-March 26, 1781: Fourth document. Duplicate filming. Forage for horses. Names: Capt. Thomas Brefire?

9327-6-50-52-March 25, 1781: Fifth document. Duplicate filming. Forage for horses. Names: Angil Harbert?.

9328-6-53-56-March 31, 1781: Top left document. Duplicate filming. Fort Patrick Henry issued 14 day ration. Names: Capt. John Baley, Zephaniah Blackford.

9329-6-53-56-March 28, 1781: Top right document. Duplicate filming. Forage for horses. Names: Thomas Merriweather, Obediah Ferguson.

9330-6-53-56-March 17, 1781: Third document. Duplicate filming. Fort Patrick Henry issued 14 day ration for a sergeant in Capt. Rogers co. Names: Capt. John Baley.

9331-6-53-56-March 26, 1781: Fourth document. Duplicate filming. Wagoner Richard Weatherford was given a barrel of corn for use of Col. Parks family.

9332-6-53-56-March 27, 1781: Fifth document. Flour given for ferry service. Names: Henry Benson, Col. Harrison, Joseph Shang?

9333-6-57-58-March 26, 1781: Top document. Names: Harris Hamilton, William M. Carmink?

9334-6-57-58-March 27, 1781: Second document. Rations issued for soldier in Col. Barber's regiment of light dragoons. Names: Joseph Saunders, George Slaughter.

9335-6-57-58-March 26, 1781: Third document on left. James Blue paid $1642 to Thomas Collins for 103 pounds of bacon.

9336-6-57-58-March 27, 1781: Fourth document on right. Forge for horses of Col. Dowman's regiment. Names: Capt. Robert George, Dan Gaines, Edward Garland.

9337-6-57-58-March 26, 1781: Bottom document. William Harrison gave material to Benjamin Wells to make bags.

9338-6-59-60-March 26, 1781: Top document. Payment to Ichabod Camp for work at Kaskaskia garrison. Names: Capt. William Harrison.

9339-6-59-60-March 28, 1781: Second document. Unable to read.

9340-6-59-60-March 27, 1781: Third document. Corn for pack horses. Names: Henry Beeson, Joseph Shang, Col. Harrison.

9341-6-59-60-March 16, 1781: Fourth document. Wagoner Richard Weatherford took corn and fodder to Col. Parker or Parks family. Names: Dan Griner?

9342-6-61-62-March 30, 1781: Top document. Payment for thread and making 41 bags. Names: Frances Newell, William Harrison.

9343-6-61-62-March 30, 1781: Second document. Payment for thread and making 26 bags. Names: Jemies Moody, William Harrison.

9344-6-61-62-March 31, 1781: Third document. Payment for 100 and 1/2 gallons of whiskey for use of Haymakers boat yard. Names: John McNaulty, Joseph McDonell.

9345-6-61-62-March 31, 1781: Fourth document. Payment for beef for use of boat builders under direction of Jacob Haymaker. Names: John Small.

9346-6-63-64-March 29, 1781: Top document. Payment for flour and indian corn. Names: Joseph Shaw, Samuel Newell.

9347-6-63-64-March 29, 1781: Second document. Payment for flour and bacon. Names: Benjamin Wells, Hans Hamilton.

9348-6-63-64-March 7, 1781: Third document. Rations given to William Shannon and his "boy".

9349-6-63-64-March 31, 1781: Fourth document. Names: William Harland, Enurs McCallister, Joseph McDowell.

9350-6-63-64-March 31, 1781: Bottom document. Payment for whiskey. Names: John McCormick, Joseph McDowell.

9351-6-65-66-March 30, 1781: Top document. Payment for public service. Names: George Rogers Clark, James Newell.

9352-6-65-66-March 29, 1781: Second document. Payment for bacon. Names: James Blue, Jack? Eyla.

9353-6-65-66-March 29, 1781: Third document. Payment for bacon provided by Aaron Jenkins.

9354-6-65-66-March 11, 1781: Fourth document. Payment in corn to Rich Chinoweth for use of work horses employed in building Fort Nelson. Names: Blann Blair.

9355-6-67-68-March 4, 1781: Top document. Rations for 7 days issued to 25 artificers employed building at Falls of Ohio garrison. Names: Richard Chinoweth, George Slaughter.

9356-6-67-68-March 29, 1781: Second document. Payment for bacon. Names: James Blue, John Blue.

9357-6-67-68-March 29, 1781: Third document on left. John Evans supplied 58 pounds of bacon for use of boat yard at mouth of George? Creek. Names: ? Blake.

9358-6-67-68-March 26, 1781: Fourth document on right. James Blue paid $1080 to Jonathan Pue? for 67 pounds of bacon costing $16.00 per pound.

9359-6-67-68-March 28, 1781: Bottom document. Payment for beef. Names: W. McFarland, Richard Noble, Joseph McGale?.

9360-6-69-70-March 28, 1781: Top document. Faded. Payment for oats and pork?. Names: Allen McFehlen?, Alfred? Hall.

9361-6-69-70-March 28, 1781: Bottom document. Joseph McDowell paid $1,800 to Reinhard Andes for 75 bushels of corn for use at Haymaker Boat Yard.

BOX 630-FOLDER 95

VOUCHERS, MARCH 1781

FRAMES #71-163

282 documents filmed on 92 frames.

9362-6-72-73-March 19, 1781: Top document. Fort Jefferson issued 6 pounds of coffee to Capt. Robert George.

9363-6-72-73-March 20, 1781: Second document on left. Fort Jefferson issued 3 pints of taffia to Capt. Robert George.

9364-6-72-73-March 19, 1781: Third document on right. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Jefferson to issue powder and lead to William Clark.

9365-6-72-73-March 19, 1781: Fourth document on left. Fort Jefferson issued coffee to Ensign Jarret Williams.

9366-6-72-73-March 20, 1781: Fifth document on right. Fort Jefferson issued 2 quarts and 1 pint of taffia to Capt. Robert George.

9367-6-72-73-March 18, 1781: Bottom document. Three entries concerning rations of flour and pickled pork issued by John Dodge to Capt. John Rogers for trips from Falls of Ohio to Fort Jefferson.

9368-6-74-75-March 4, 1781: Top document. John Dodge issued 107 pounds of flour to Patt Kennedy

9368-6-74-75-March 4, 1781 for use of troops on command to Fort Jefferson and 200 pounds of flour to John Donne for use of troops at Fort Jefferson.

9369-6-74-75-March 20, 1781: Second document on left. John Dodge at Fort Jefferson issued 4 guns. Names: Capt. Benjamin Roberts and Capt. Robert George.

9370-6-74-75-March 5, 1781: Third document on right. Fort Jefferson issued 3 pints of taffia to Richard Clark.

9371-6-74-75-March 19, 1781: Fourth document. Capt. Robert George order for 25 pounds of powder for use of men going on command to Falls of Ohio.

9372-6-74-75-March 22, 1781: Bottom document. Fort Jefferson issued tobacco. Names: Capt. Robert George, Lieut. Richard Clark.

9373-6-76-77-March 25, 1781: Top left document. Fort Jefferson issued taffia to Sergeant Miles for taking charge of the boat. Names: Capt. Robert George.

9374-6-76-77-March 28, 1781: Top right document. Fort Jefferson issued coffee. Names: James Finn, Capt. Robert George.

9375-6-76-77-March 6, 1781: Third document on left. Fort Jefferson issued taffia to Lieut. Joseph Calvit.

9376-6-76-77-March 3, 1781: Fourth document on right. Fort Jefferson issued 3 pints of taffia to Capt. Edward Worthington.

9377-6-76-77-March 5, 1781: Fifth document on left. Fort Jefferson issued a gallon of taffia to Lieut. Richard Clark.

9378-6-76-77-March 15, 1781: Sixth document on right. Capt. Robert George order at Fort Jefferson to issue coffee to sick.

9379-6-76-77-March 11, 1781: Bottom document. Leonard Helm requested Fort Jefferson for 3 pints of taffia for his use since he was very sick and thought such would be more serviceable for his condition. Names: Capt. Robert George.

9380-6-78-March 10, 1781: Top document. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Jefferson to issue a pint of taffia to soldier David Kennedy.

9381-6-78-March 21, 1781: Second document. Martin Carney issued a quart of taffia to John Walker of Capt. Robert George co. at Fort Jefferson.

9382-6-78-March 6, 1781: Third document. Faded. Tobacco issued. Names: ? Girault, Capt. Robert George.

9383-6-78-March 24, 1781: Bottom document on left. Forage for horses.

9384-6-78-March 6, 1781: Bottom document on right. Taffia issued to Capt. John Williams.

9385-6-79-80-March 24, 1781: Top left document. Fort Jefferson issued 3 pints of taffia to Lieut. Richard Clark.

9386-6-79-80-March 5, 1781: Top right document. Fort Jefferson issued 2 quarts of taffia to Lieut. Joseph Calvit.

9387-6-79-80-March 21, 1781: Third document. Fort Jefferson issued bear meat and beef to Leonard Helm.

9388-6-79-80-March 23, 1781: Fourth document. Fort Jefferson issued 4 day taffia ration to Leonard Helm.

9389-6-79-80-March ?, 1781: Bottom left document. Faded. Names: V. [Bienvenue], Martin Carney, Capt. Edward Worthington.

9390-6-79-80-March 27, 1781: Bottom right document. Fort Jefferson issued taffia to friendly indians. Names: Leonard Helm, Capt. Robert George.

9391-6-81-82-March 25, 1781: Top document. Fort Jefferson issued 3 quarts of taffia to friendly indians. Names: Leonard Helm, Capt. Robert George.

9392-6-81-82-March 24, 1781: Second document. Fort Jefferson issued 2 quarts and a pint of rum for use of Ensign Jarret Williams.

9393-6-81-82-March 31, 1781: Third document on left. Fort Jefferson issued 3 pints of taffia for use of Capt. Edward Worthington.

9394-6-81-82-March 24, 1781: Fourth document on right. Fort Jefferson issued 2 quarts and a pint of rum for use of Israel Dodge.

9395-6-81-82-March 2, 1781: Bottom document. Powder and lead issued for 21 men of the militia of [Fort] Jefferson for 5 days. Names: Capt. George Slaughter.

9396-6-83-84-March 8, 1781: Top document. Fort Jefferson issued 2 pounds of paint to friendly indians. Names: Leonard Helm, Capt. Robert George.

9397-6-83-84-March 12, 1781: Second document. Capt. Robert George order for Fort Jefferson to issue liquor to 9 men on fatigue.

9398-6-83-84-March 3, 1781: Third document. Capt. John Rogers order to Martin Carney to issue 2 quarts of taffia for state company of dragoons.

9399-6-83-84-March 5, 1781: Bottom document. Fort Jefferson issued 3 quarts of taffia for use of Capt. Benjamin Roberts.

9400-6-85-88-March 27, 1781: Top document. Duplicate filming. Fort Jefferson issued 3 pints of taffia to friendly indians. Names: Capt. Robert George, Leonard Helm.

9401-6-85-88-March 23, 1781: Second document. Duplicate filming. Faded. John Donne informed Martin Carney at Fort Jefferson that Capt. [Robert] George had approved issuing grog and a cask to the shoemaker.

9402-6-85-88-March 13, 1781: Third document. Duplicate filming. Fort Jefferson issued thread. Names: Lieut. Richard Clark, John Dodge, Capt. Robert George.

9403-6-85-88-March 19, 1781: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Fort Jefferson issued thread to make cartridges. Names: Martin Carney, John Dodge, Capt. Robert George.

9404-6-89-90-March 30, 1781: Top left document. Capt. Robert George order to John Dodge at Fort Jefferson to give wood as payment to Moly [Mollie] Deem?, who had made 2 shirts for his company.

9405-6-89-90-March 24, 1781: Top right document. Fort Jefferson issued 3 pints of taffia for use of Leonard Helm.

9406-6-89-90-March 20, 1781: Third document. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Jefferson quarter master to issue 20 pounds of ball for use of Capt. John Roger's voyage up the river.

9407-6-89-90-March 19, 1781: Fourth document on left. Martin Carney issued a gun to Sergeant M. Miles at Fort Jefferson. Names: Capt. Robert George.

9408-6-89-90-March 17, 1781: Fifth document on right. Martin Carney at Fort Jefferson issued a quart of taffia to Sergeant John Walker of Capt. Robert George co.

9409-6-89-90-March 19, 1781: Bottom document. John Dodge at Fort Jefferson purchased a large walnut chest and an iron mortar for Col. George Rogers Clark and delivered it to Lieut. Richard Clark. Names: John Donne.

9410-6-91-94-March ?, 1781: Top document. Duplicate filming. Bottle of taffia issued. Capt. John Williams order is written on portion of paper containing stanzas of music. [It would be interesting to play to music on an instrument to determine what the music was.

9411-6-91-94-March 2, 1781: Second document. Duplicate filming. Capt. Robert George order to issue 3 bushels of corn.

9412-6-91-94-March ?, 1782: Third document. Duplicate filming. John Dodge receipt for a spade and hooks.

9413-6-91-94-March 8, 1782: Fourth document. Duplicate filming. Capt. Robert George order to Martin Carney to issue a quart of taffia to Sergeant John Walker.

9414-6-95-96-March 7, 1781: Top document. Duplicate filming. Written in French. Account payable to Monsieur Dalcherute. Names: Patt Kennedy, George Rogers Clark, Col. Montgomery.

9415-6-95-96-March 5, 1781: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Fort Jefferson issued 2 quarts of taffia for use of B. [Buckner] Pittman. Names: Capt. Robert George.

9416-6-97-98-March 7, 1781: Top document. Duplicate filming. Patt Kennedy at Camp Jefferson certified account due Monsieur Dalcherute was paid by order of Col. Montgomery and drawn on Capt. [John] Dodge at Kaskaskia September 23, 1780. Names: George Rogers Clark.

9417-6-97-98-February 26, 1781: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Capt. Robert George appointed a court of enquiring at Fort Jefferson to investigate Major George Slaughter's allegations against Capt. [Edward] Worthington. Capt. [John] Rogers served as president with members: Capt. [Abraham] Keller, Capt. [Benjamin] Roberts, Lieut. Girault, Lieut. [Joseph] Calvit, Lieut. [Richard] Clark, Samuel [Thruston]?

9418-6-99-100-March 10, 1781: Top document. Incomplete. Israel Dodge furnished cloth, shoes, mohair skins, gilt buttons, and flannel to John Dodge for his clothing allowance as well as cap wire and needles to pay for government business expense.

9419-6-99-100-March 26, 1781: Bottom document. Incomplete. Names: Capt. [Robert] George, John Donne. Reference to commercial agent store at Clarksville.

9420-6-101-102-March 17, 1781: Top document. Written in French. Bill of exchange sent from Fort Jefferson February 24, 1781 to Oliver Pollock, agent for Virginia at New Orleans to pay Monsieur Dalcherute or Dalchural for advances to the Indian Department. Names: Leonard Helm.

9421-6-101-102-March 19, 1781: Bottom document. Fort Jefferson issued 166 pounds of ball for protection. Names: Martin Carney, Capt. John Dodge.

9422-6-103-104-March 20, 1781: Top document. Incomplete. Reference to Fort Jefferson, clerk of court, John Dodge, and merchandize. Signed by John Donne.

9423-6-103-104-March 10, 1781: Bottom document. Israel Dodge at Fort Jefferson issued clothing allowance of John Dodge and cap wire and 300 needles for handling government business. Items: cloth, white linen, silk, flannel, thread, and stick of black ball.

9424-6-105-106-March 18, 1781: Top document. Taffia issued for a sick person. Names: Martin Carney, Lieut. Girault, J. Thela?

9425-6-105-106-March 20, 1781: Second document. State of Virginia account with Thomas Parkison for 5,000 pounds of flour and 4,000 pounds of indian corn at cost of $ 1,133. Names: James Caldwell.

9426-6-105-106-March 12. 1781: Bottom document. Bill of exchange sent from Louisville to Governor Thomas Jefferson to pay Simon Triplett for beef, lead etc furnished the corps of Major George Slaughter.

9427-6-107-108-March 10, 1781: Top document. Fodder and wagonage. Names: John Merton, Martin Parker.

9428-6-107-108-March 2, 1781: Second document on left. Capt. John Rogers order to Martin Carney for quart of taffia to ? Helms, who provided 3 bear skins and soap for boat going from Fort Jefferson to the Falls of Ohio.

9429-6-107-108-March 18, 1781: Third document on right. Forage for company horses. Names: William M. Campbell.

9430-6-107-108-March 18, 1781: Fourth document. Capt. John Rogers order to issue 4 quarts and 1 pint of taffia for the sick.

9431-6-107-108-March 18, 1781: Bottom left document. Forage issued for horses of Col. Dowman regiment. Names: Robert Munford?, Edward Harland or Garland.

9432-6-107-108-March 18, 1781: Bottom right document. Forage for horses. Names: Charles Stewart?

9433-6-109-March ?, 1781: Top document. Gallon of taffia issued for expedition up to the Falls of Ohio. Names: John Thruston.

9434-6-109-March 20, 1781: Second document. Forage for 9 horses of Capt. Walker's troops. Names: Lieut. Lemuel Riddick, J. Parker.

9435-6-109-March 19, 1781: Third document. Forage for 5 riding horses and 4 teams of Col. Thomas Merriwether [Merriweather].

9436-6-109-March 20, 1781: Fourth document on left. Forage for horses. Names: John Harrison.

9437-6-109-March 20, 1781: Fifth document on right. Forage for 13 horses. Names: Col. Parker, Sergeant Thomas Kuling?

9438-6-109-March 20, 1781: Bottom left document. Forage for horses of Capt. Robert George.

9439-6-109-March 20, 1781: Bottom right document. Forage for 4 horses of the artillery. Names: Angel Harbert or Herbert, J. Parker.

9440-6-110-114-March 20, 1781: Top left document. Duplicate filming. Forage for a horse. Names: John Valentine, Samuel Burk.

9441-6-110-114-March 21, 1781: Top right document. Duplicate filming. Faded. Forage for horses. Names: ? McDowall, Jonah Martin?, Col. Bowman?

9442-6-110-114-March 13, 1781: Third document. State of Virginia account with William McCarmick, Names: William Harrison, ? Hamilton.

9443-6-115-116-March 20, 1781: Top document. State of Virginia account with James Rice for supplied 145 pounds of bacon to Joseph Parkison. Names: John Caldwell.

9444-6-115-116-March 14, 1781: Bottom document. Purchase made by Benjamin Wells for grinding at mills, iron, and nails.

9445-6-117-118-March 14, 1781: Top document. Purchases by Thomas Gist for grinding at mills, beef, flour kegs and building of a 20 foot long by 12 foot broad flat [boat] to be launched on April 20, 1781.

9446-6-117-118-March 15, 1781: Bottom document. State of Virginia account with David Ricky or Ritchey for a beef cow [1733 and 1/3 pounds]. Names: John Parkison, John Caldwell.

9447-6-119-120-March 13, 1781: Top document. Employment of Robert Wickliff for 102 days at the boat yard at the mouth of George Creek. Cost $ 150 per day.

9448-6-119-120-March 19, 1781: Bottom document. William Harrison received cloth and 73 tents from George McDowal [McDowall] or McDawall.

9449-6-121-122-March 16, 1781: Top document. Commonwealth of Virginia account with Thomas Rogers for shoeing 23 horses and 27 pounds of iron. and horse shoes. Names: William Harrison.

9450-6-121-122-March 12, 1781: Bottom document. Jacob Haymaker certified employment of William Hourd? worked March 5-May 12, 1781 and John Hamilton from March 12-May 17, 1781 in the boat yard. Cannot identify name for person signing for Haymaker.

9451-6-123-March 12, 1781: Top document. State of Virginia account with Thomas Parkison for 17 pounds of bacon. Names: John Caldwill.

9452-6-123-March 24, 1781: Second document on left. Forage for a horse. Names: Capt. Thomas Bressic.

9453-6-123-March 24, 1781: Third document on right. Forage for horse. Names: ? Porter.

9454-6-123-March 24, 1781: Fourth document. Forage for a horse. Names: John Smith.

9555-6-123-March 23, 1781: Fifth document. Faded. Forage for horse. Names: George Rogers Clark.

9556-6-123-March 24, 1781: Bottom document. Forage issued for a team and 5 riding horses of Col. Merriweather. Names: William Mouhon, ? Merine?

9557-6-124-125-March 23, 1781: Top left document. Forage for horse. Names: John Willoughby.

9558-6-124-125-March 27, 1781: Top right document. Forage for horses belonging to the artillery. Names: Capt. Argile Hesberk?, Dan Ganier?

9559-6-124-125-March 23, 1781: Third document on left. Forage for horses. Names: Capt. Thomas Bressic.

9560-6-124-125-March 23, 1781: Fourth document on right. Forage issued to 13 horse men. Names: Capt. ? Valentine, Matt Godfrey?

9561-6-124-125-March 25, 1781: Fifth document on left. Rations for 7 days for 10 men of Capt. Benjamin Roberts co. Names: Ensign William Roberts, Major George Slaughter.

9562-6-124-125-March 24, 1781: Sixth document. Forage for 3 horses. Names: Joseph Smith.

9563-6-124-125-March 25, 1781: Seventh document. James Blue bought 290 pounds of bacon for cost of $4,640 from Joel Bussinton or Buffinton.

9564-6-124-125-March ?, 1781: Bottom document. Faded. Forage for riding horses belonging to Col. Merriwither [Merriwether or Merriweather]. Names: ? Moulson, James Brant?

9565-6-126-March 25, 1781: Top document. Expenditure for flour. Names: John Donne, William Woods, Joseph McDowell.

9566-6-126-March 23, 1781: Second document. Forage for 2 cart horses. Names: John Smith.

9567-6-126-March 25, 1781: Third document. Ration of flour and pork for 2 pack horse drivers. Names: David Kennedy, Thomas Carrol, Sam Finley.

9568-6-126-March 27, 1781: Fourth document. Taffia issued to John Donne. Names: Martin Carney.

9569-6-126-March 25, 1781: Fifth document. Forage issued for 2 horses of Major Nelson. Names: Daniel Gasnern?

9570-6-127-128-March 24, 1781: Top left document. Forage for horses belonging to artillery of Capt. Argile Hesberk?. Names: ? Parker.

9571-6-127-128-March 28, 1781: Top right document. Forage issued for horse of Col. John Bowman. Names: William McDowell.

9572-6-127-128-March 27, 1781: Third document. Beef ration given for pack horse [men]. Names: Joseph Shaw.

9573-6-127-128-March 23, 1781: Fourth document. Forage for horses. Names: Matt Godfrey.

9574-6-127-128-March ?, 1781: Fifth document. Faded. Forage for horses. Unable to read names.

9575-6-127-128-March 1, 1781: Sixth document. George Slaughter certified Benjamin Pope provided 60 pounds of bar iron for use of the government horses at Falls of Ohio.

9576-6-129-132-March 31, 1781: Top document. Duplicate filming. Image very dark. Martin Carney at For Patrick Henry issued rations to Capt. John Baley.

9577-6-129-132-March 26, 1781: Second document. Duplicate filming. Faded. Zephaniah Blackford certified William Bush furnished 1,213 pounds of beef for use of troops at Fort Patrick Henry. Names: George Wilson.

9578-6-129-132-March 12, 1781: Third document. Duplicate filming. State of Virginia account with ? Pearce for 80 pounds of bacon. Names: John Parkison.

9579-6-133-134-March ?, 1781: Top document. State of Virginia account with James Ross for 113 pounds of pork. Names: James Parkison, John Caldwill.

9580-6-133-134-March 10, 1781: Second document. William Shannon, agent for Illinois paid 1,800 pounds Virginia currency to John A. Sturgis for 30 gallons of whiskey for use of the troops at the Falls of Ohio. Names: David Standeford.

9581-6-133-134-March 28, 1781: Third document on left. Forage issue for horses. Names: Argile Herbeck, ? Parkison.

9582-6-133-134-March ?, 1781: Bottom right document. Faded. Names: Capt. Robert George.

9583-6-135-136-March 4, 1781: Top document. Joseph McDowell paid $90 for 98 pounds of pork to Adam Sharp.

9584-6-135-136-March 27, 1781: Second document. Will Harrison requested wheat and flour for the sick.

9585-6-135-136-March 23, 1781: Third document. Forage issued for 5 riding horses and 4 teams. Names: W. J. Moulson?

9586-6-135-136-March 15, 1781: Bottom document. State of Virginia account with Joseph Cochran. Names: John Caldwill, James Parkison.

9587-6-137-140-March 21, 1781: Top document. Duplicate filming. Rations issued for 38 men. Names: Ensign William Asher.

9588-6-137-140-March ?, 1781: Second document on left. Unable to read.

9589-6-137-140-March 19, 1781: Third document on right. Duplicate filming. Forage for horses. Names: Capt. Argile Herbeck?

9590-6-137-140-March 19, 1781: Fourth document. Duplicate filming. Expenditure for beef for Jacob Haymaker's boat builder. Names: John Donne, Joseph McDowell.

9591-6-137-140-March 20, 1781: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. State of Virginia account with John Lain. Names: James Parkison, John Caldwill.

9592-6-141-142-March 20, 1781: Top document. Expenditure for bacon. Names: James Blue, John Busbey.

9593,-6-141-142-March ?, 1781: Second document. Levi Todd certified voucher of Daniel McClane?

9594-6-141-142-March 26, 1781: Third document. Commonwealth of Virginia account with William McCarmick. Names: William Harrison.

9595-6-141-142-March 29, 1781: Bottom document. David Perry promised to supply provisions to William Harrison.

9596-6-143-146-March 31, 1781: Top left document. Duplicate filming. Fort Patrick Henry gave rations to French interpreter John Cardinne. Names Capt. John Baley.

9597-6-143-146-March 29, 1781: Top right document. Duplicate filming. Capt. John Dodge sent bags to John Williams.

9598-6-143-146-March 13, 1781: Third document. Duplicate filming. Major George Slaughter order to supply rations for 85 men and 6 washer women.

9599-6-143-146-March 23, 1781: Fourth document. Duplicate filming. Dark image. Fort Patrick Henry issued rations to men and washer women in Capt. John Baley co.

9600-6-147-148-March 31, 1781: Top document. Dark image. Fort Patrick Henry issued rations to Capt. John Baley.

9601-6-147-148-March 31, 1781: Second document. Rations issued to 20 men, and 1 washer woman. Names: Major George Slaughter, Ensign William Roberts, Capt. Benjamin Roberts.

9602-6-147-148-March 31, 1781: Third document. Major George Slaughter order to issue rations to 19 men and 2 washer women in Capt. Thomas co.

9603-6-147-148-March ?, 1781: Fourth document. Taffia issued to Ensign Jarret Williams.

9604-6-147-148-March ?, 1781: Bottom document. Taffia ration issued to Capt. John Williams.

9605-6-149-150-March 25, 1781: Top document. David Kennedy at Winchester issued writing paper, white linen, various other cloth, 39 swords, thread, belts, and hand saw files for the use of General [George Rogers] Clark troops on the Ohio. Names: Col. William Harrison of Yohogania, George McDowell.

9606-6-149-150-March 2, 1781: Bottom document. Faded. Not possible to read all of document. Reference to supplies issued Oct. 6, 1780 at Falls of Ohio. Signed by George Rogers Clark. Names: Capt. William Pope, Will Shannon.

9607-6-151-152-March 2, 1781: Top document. Duplicate receipt of Capt. George McDowell to David Kennedy for receipt of cloth, tents, thread, which was delivered to Brigadier General George Rogers Clark. Names: Col. William Harrison.

9608-6-151-152-March 3, 1781: Second document. Sarah Harrison request on behalf of William Harrison for 100 pounds of flour to be given to Thomas Huey. Names: Samuel Lefever.

9609-6-151-152-March 3, 1781: Bottom document. State of Virginia account with Edward Davice for a bucket needed for the cook. Names: John Parkison, John Caldwell.

9610-6-153-154-March 12, 1781: Top document. Ration of powder and lead issued to 14 men of Capt. Thomas co. Names: Major George Slaughter, Joseph Saunders.

9611-6-153-154-March 25, 1781: Second document on left. Forage for 3 horses. Names: Thomas Nash.

9612-6-153-154-March 25, 1781: Third document on right. Forage for 2 horses. Names: John Nash.

9613-6-153-154-March 26, 1781: Fourth document on left. Forage for horses. Names: Mitchell Thomas?

9614-6-153-154-March 23, 1781: Fifth document on right. Forage for horses. Unable to read name.

9615-6-153-154-March ?, 1781: Sixth document. Reference to hemp. Names: Elliott Bowman, William Watkins.

9616-6-153-154-March 4, 1781: Bottom document. Bottle of taffia issued to Capt. John Williams.

9617-6-155-156-March 11, 1781: Top document. Pint of taffia issued to Capt. John Williams.

9618-6-155-156-March ?, 1781: Second document on left. Major George Slaughter order to issue powder and lead to 15 men going on command.

9619-6-155-156-March 6, 1781: Third document on right. Ensign William Roberts order for meat and corn.

9620-6-155-156-March 12, 1781: Fourth document. Boston Frederick's receipt. Names: Joseph McDowell, Clyburn Springford?

9621-6-155-156-March 9, 1781: Bottom document. Bottle of taffia issued to Capt. John Williams.

9622-6-157-March 4, 1781: Top document. State of Virginia account with George Sharp. Names: James Parkison, John Caldwell.

9623-6-157-March 3, 1781: Second document. Forage for horses. Unable to read name.

9624-6-157-March 23, 1781: Third document. Forage for 16 horses. Names: Col. Parker, Richard Weatherford, Dan Ganier?

9625-6-157-March 23, 1781: Bottom document. Forage for horse of ? Hudson.

9626-6-158-159-March 23, 1781: Top left document. Forage for horses. Names: Charles Stewart.

9627-6-158-159-March 24, 1781: Top right document. Forage for a horse. Names: Charles Stewart.

9628-6-158-159-March 1, 1781: Third document. October 24, 1780 bill of exchange for payment of services provided for the troops of George Rogers Clark. Names: Thomas Jefferson, Will Shannon, Thomas Harris, William Long.

9629-6-158-159-March 24, 1781: Fourth document on left. Forage for horse. Names: ? Hudson.

9630-6-158-159-March 24, 1781: Fifth document on right. Forage for 2 horses of William Robinson.

9631-6-158-159-March 24, 1781: Bottom document. Forage supplied for horses of Capt. Rodman?

9632-6-160-161-March 17, 1781: Top document. James Finn is given a bottle of taffia.

9633-6-160-161-March 24, 1781: Second document on left. Forage for horses. Names: ? Hamilton.

9634-6-160-161-March 23, 1781: Third document on right. Forage for 2 cart horses. Names: Mitchell Thorougood?

9635-6-160-161-March 25, 1781: Fourth document. Written in French. Names: Patt Kennedy, Charles Gogois Esinoiss?, Joseph Monroe.

9636-6-160-161-March 24, 1781: Bottom document. Flour. Names: James Stephenson, John Hedon.

9637-6-162-163-March 23, 1781: Top document. Forage for horses of Col. Merriwether. Names: Thomas Merriwether, ? Mouhon?

9638-6-162-163-March 25, 1781: Second document on left. Forage for cart horses. Names: Mitchell Thoronson?

9639-6-162-163-March 25, 1781: Third document on right. Forage for 3 teams belonging to Col Merriwether. Names: Thomas Merriwether.

9640-6-162-163-March 25, 1781: Fourth document on left. Faded. Names: William Bailey.

9641-6-162-163-March 23, 1781: Fifth document on right. Forage for horses. Names: John Nash.

9642-6-162-163-March 23, 1781: Sixth document on left. Forage for horses. Names: Matt Godfrey.

9643-6-162-163-March 24, 1781: Seventh document on right. Forage for horses. Capt. ? Valentine.

9644-6-162-163-March 24, 1781: Bottom document. Faded. Receipt for beef. Names: Daniel Calvin, Will Harrison, Thomas Gist.

BOX 630-FOLDER 96

VOUCHERS , MARCH 1781

FRAMES #164-270

209 documents filmed on 106 frames.

9645-6-165-168-March ?, 1781: Top document. Duplicate filming. Dark image. Capt. John Baley order to issue powder and lead. Names: William Merriwither.

9646-6-165-168-March 9, 1781: Second document. Duplicate filming. Mark Thomas order to issue rations for 83 men, 1 washer woman, and 6 wagoners.

9647-6-165-168-March 7, 1781: Third document. Duplicate filming. Bottle of taffia issued to Capt. John Williams.

9648-6-169-172-March 30, 1781: Top document. Duplicate filming. Commonwealth of Virginia account with Richard Chinoweth. Expenditures for workmen, who were employed at the Falls of Ohio garrison. Reference to Justice of Peace for Jefferson County, oath of Richard Chinoweth. Names: Morias Hansbrough.

9649-6-169-172-March 15, 1781: Second document. Duplicate filming. Corn and salt ration issued to men and women of Capt. [Benjamin] Roberts co. Names: Major George Slaughter.

9650-6-169-172-March ?, 1781: Bottom document. Very dark image. Duplicate filming. Unable to read.

Dcument 9651-6-173-174-March 13, 1781: Top document. Rations issued to 24 men and 1 washer woman in Capt. [Benjamin] Roberts co. Names: Major George Slaughter, Ensign Asher.

9652-6-173-174-March 23, 1781: Second document on left. Rations issued for a man in Capt. [Benjamin] Roberts co. Names: Ensign William Roberts, Major George Slaughter.

9653-6-173-174-March 8, 1781: Third document on right. Bottle of taffia issued to Capt. John Williams.

9654-6-173-174-March 4, 1781: Fourth document John Donne received 6 obligations from Capt. John Dodge, who had obtained flour and indian corn from inhabitants at Kaskaskia. Donne promised to contact the auditor or others.

9655-6-175-176-March 12, 1781: Top document. Rations issued to 22 men and a washer woman in Capt. [Benjamin] Roberts co. Names: Major George Slaughter, Ensign William Roberts.

9656-6-175-176-March 2, 1781: Second document. Faded. Corn ration issued for use of Haymaker boat yard. Names: Joseph McDowell, Jacob Sinit.

9657-6-175-176-March 2, 1781: Third document. Expenditure for 80 pounds of pork. Names: Jacob Wyant, Joseph McDowell.

9658-6-175-176-March ?, 1781: Bottom document. Rations issued. Names: Ensign William Roberts.

9659-6-177-178-March ?, 1781: Top document. Faded. Unable to read.

9660-6-177-178-March 9, 1781: Second document. Expenditure for hemp. Names: John Thomas, Jacob Watts, Mary Ewibe?

9661-6-177-178-March 7, 1781: Third document. Faded. Ration of tobacco. Names: Lieut. Col. John Montgomery, James Merriwither?

9662-6-177-178-March 2, 1781: Bottom document. Bottle of taffia issued to Capt. John Williams.

9663-6-179-182-March ?, 1781: Top document. Duplicate filming. Fort Patrick Henry issued powder and lead for hunting to a man of Capt. John Baley co.

9664-6-179-182-March 7, 1781: Second document. Duplicate filming. Capt. John Dodge, agent for Virginia at Fort Jefferson issued 4 bags for use of transporting public provisions to John Donne.

9665-6-179-182-March ?, 1781: Third document. Duplicate filming. Faded. Tobacco issued to Lieut. Col. John Montgomery.

9666-6-179-182-March 13, 1781: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Incomplete. Written in French. Names: [Oliver] Pollock, Capt. John Williams

9667-6-183-184-March 12, 1781: Top document. State of Virginia account with Abraham Decker. Names: John Caldwell, James Parkison.

9668-6-183-184-March 16, 1781: Second document. Capt. Benjamin Roberts was given 3 pints of taffia.

9669-6-183-184-March 14, 1781: Bottom document. Falls of Ohio issued 380 pounds of flour for use of artificers, who were employed in building a garrison. Names: Major George Slaughter.

9670-6-185-186-March 17, 1781: Top document. Capt. John Baley received 330 pounds of beef from Basil Brown for use of Col. George Rogers Clark.

9671-6-185-186-March 15, 1781: Second document. Taffia issued to Capt. John Williams.

9672-6-185-186-March ?, 1781: Third document on left. Unable to read.

9673-6-185-186-March 20, 1781: Fourth document on right. Taffia issued to Capt. Robert George.

9674-6-185-186-March 3, 1781: Fifth document on right. Hemp supplied to William Walker by John Carpenter.

9675-6-185-186-March 3, 1781: Sixth document on left. William Walker received hemp from Barret Rogers.

9676-6-187-188-March 1, 1781: Top document. Joseph McDowell paid Rebecha Henderson? for 183 pounds of beef for use of boat builders directed by Jacob Haymaker.

9677-6-187-188-March 23, 1781: Second document. Major George Slaughter order to give 5 quarts of whiskey to men on fatigue. Names: George Wilson.

9678-6-187-188-March 12, 1781: Third document. Major George Slaughter at the Falls of Ohio order to issue 50 pounds of beef for artificers.

9679-6-187-188-March 13, 1781: Bottom document. William Shannon issue corn ration for troops of Col. George Slaughter. Names: Bland Ballard.

9680-6-189-190-March 2, 1781: Top document. Faded. October 4, 1780 bill of exchange from Falls of Ohio for salt used by Illinois Department troops. names: Capt. William Pope, Will Shannon, George Rogers Clark, Thomas Jefferson.

9681-6-189-190-March 19, 1781: Second document. Forage for horses. Names: William McDowell, Col. John Bowyer.

9682-6-189-190-March 10, 1781: Third document. Forage for 6 horse teams of Col. John Bowyer. Names: William McDowell, J. Parker.

9683-6-191-192-March 24, 1781: Top document. Expenditure for pork for boat builders. Names: John Stimon?, William Harrison, John Caldwell.

9684-6-191-192-March 18, 1781: Second document. Thomas Gist supplied 40 pounds of beef and a peck of salt for use of pack horse men. Names: George Rogers Clark, John McKinley.

9685-6-191-192-March ?, 1781: Third document. Faded. Unable to read.

9686-6-191-192-March 18, 1781: Fourth document. Receipt for corn and flour. Names: Henry Beeson, James Russell?

9687-6-193-196-March 18, 1781: Top document. Duplicate filming. Capt. John Dodge was issued 5 gallons of taffia.

9688-6-193-196-March 24, 1781: Second document on left. Duplicate filming. Taffia issued to Capt. John Williams.

9689-6-193-196-March 18, 1781: Third document on right. Duplicate filming. Forage for 9 horses of Capt. Walker's troops. Names: Lieut. Lemuel Riddick.

9690-6-193-196-March 28, 1781: Fourth document. Duplicate filming. Dark image. Capt. John Baley order to Fort Patrick Henry to issue powder and lead for journey of Ensign Slaughter to the Falls of Ohio.

9691-6-193-196-March 6, 1781: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Fort Nelson issued 16 horses for use of Col. Crockett's regiment marching to ? River. Names: Hugh M, Cavock?, George Rogers Clark.

9692-6-197-198-March 31, 1781: Top document. State of Virginia account with John Donahy. Names: Joseph Parkison, John Caldwell.

9693-6-197-198-March 22, 1781: Second document. Faded. Names: Col. Parkison, Sergeant Richard Deallenford?

9694-6-197-198-March 8, 1781: Third document on left. Faded. Corn supplied for use of horses in service of the state of Virginia at Falls of Ohio. Names: Major George Slaughter.

9695-6-197-198-March 20, 1781: Fourth document on right. Forage issued for horses of the artillery. Names: ? Gaffigan?

9696-6-199-200-March 4, 1781: Top document. Rations for 3 days issued by Louisville commissary. Names: Willis Green, William Shannon.

9697-6-199-200-March 25, 1781: Second document. Forage for a horse. Names: Ensign Matthew Evins.

9698-6-199-200-March 24, 1781: Third document. Fort Jefferson issued 3 pints of taffia to Israel Dodge.

9699-6-199-200-March 7, 1781: Fourth document on left. Obee Hardestee provided ferry service to William McCarmick over the river.

9700-6-199-200-March 24, 1781: Fifth document on right. Fort Patrick Henry issued rations to Capt. John Baley.

9701-6-201-202-March 28, 1781: Top document. Expenditure for beef. Names: Joseph McDowell, Jacob Caldman?

9702-6-201-202-March 20, 1781: Second document. Faded. Names: Thomas Gist, Robert Whitlef.

9703-6-201-202-March 29, 1781: Third document. Faded. Reference to linen. Names: Col. Montgomery.

9704-6-201-202-March ?, 1781: Bottom document. Faded. Unable to read.

9705-6-203-204-March 27, 1781: Top document. Expenditure for corn. Names: Jacob Haymaker, Jacob Sinat, Joseph McDowell.

9706-6-203-204-March 29, 1781: Second document. Expenditure for bacon. Names: Mr. Aron, N. Blake.

9707-6-203-204-March ?, 1781: Third document. Names: Col. Montgomery.

9708-6-203-204-March ?, 1781: Bottom document. Faded. Unable to read.

9709-6-205-206-March 17, 1781: Top document. Falls of Ohio commissary George Wilson reported there was spoiled beef. Major George Slaughter instructed Ensign William Roberts and Lieut. Joseph Sanders [Saunders] to report why the beef was spoiled.

9710-6-205-206-March 27, 1781: Bottom document. Capt. John Baley order for Fort Patrick Henry to issue 2 bushels of corn for 2 of Capt. Rogers' horses at the Falls of Ohio.

9711-6-207-208-March ?, 1781: Top document. Ensign William Roberts and Lieut. Joseph Sanders report about 40 pounds of spoiled beef. See Document 9709.

9712-6-207-208-March ?, 1781: Bottom document. Faded. Reference to receiving corn, which was requested in Document 9710. Names: ? Merriwither?

9713-6-209-210-March 28, 1781: Top document. Account of Commonwealth of Virginia with James Chamberlain for salt. Names: William Harrison.

9714-6-209-210-March 8, 1781: Second document on left. Taffia issued to James Finn. Names: Capt. Robert George.

9715-6-209-210-March 8, 1781: Third document on right. John Rogers was issued 3 pints of taffia.

9716-6-209-210-March 8, 1781: Bottom document. Taffia issued to Capt. John Thurston.

9717-6-211-212-March 8, 1781: Top document. Taffia issued to Capt. John Williams.

9718-6-211-212-March ?, 1781: Second document. Martin Carney issued a bottle of taffia to Patt Kennedy.

9719-6-212-212-March 7, 1781: Third document. Martin Carney issued a bottle of taffia to Capt. John Thurston.

9720-6-213-214-March 19, 1781: Top document. Faded. Incomplete. John Donne's note to Martin Carney concerning an expenditure.

9721-6-213-214-March 20, 1781: Second document. George Rogers Clark order to issue powder and lead for the militia company of Capt. Richard Chinoweth.

9722-6-213-214-March 30, 1781: Third document on left. Fort Jefferson issued a shirt to a friendly indian chief, who had been to war. Names: Leonard Helm, Capt. Robert George, Capt. John Dodge.

9723-6-213-214-March 8, 1781: Fourth document on right. Taffia issued. Names: Leonard Helm, Capt. Robert George, Capt.[Richard] Brashear, Capt. [Abraham] Kellar, and ? Rogers.

9724-6-215-216-March 8, 1781: Top document. Taffia issued to John Thruston.

9725-6-215-216-March 5, 1781: Second document. Faded. Expenditure for hay for use of teams of Jacob Haymaker. Names: James Finn?, Joseph McDowell.

9726-6-215-216-March 1, 1781: Third document. Faded ink. Names: James Finn, Capt. Robert George, John Doherty.

9727-6-215-216-March 16, 1781: Fourth document. Fort Jefferson issued thread and mohair to James Finn. Names: Capt. John Dodge, Capt. Robert George.

9728-6-217-218-March 28, 1781: Top document. Fort Jefferson issued 2 quarts of taffia to Ensign Jarret Williams. Names: Capt. Robert George, Richard Clark.

9729-6-217-218-March 27, 1781: Second document. Fort Jefferson issued thread for making stockings to James Finn. Names: Capt. John Dodge, Capt. Robert George.

9730-6-217-218-March 27, 1781: Third document. Capt. Robert George order to Martin Carney to issue 3 and 1/2 gallons of taffia, 8 pounds of tobacco and a pound of gun powder to John Donne for purchasing 250 pounds of beef for the troops.

9731-6-217-218-March 22, 1781: Bottom document. Lieut. Richard Clark order at Fort Jefferson to issue whiskey for 13 men of Capt. Edward Worthington company. Verso is an order of Capt. Robert George to issue a quart of taffia for a sick wife of ?.

9732-6-219-220-March 26, 1781: Top document. Fort Jefferson issued 5 day ration to Lieut. Richard Clark.

9733-6-219-220-March 9, 1781: Second document. Faded. Reference to Camp Jefferson. Names: Martin Carney, Capt. Robert George, Capt. John Rogers.

9734-6-219-220-March 9, 1781: Third document. Fort Jefferson issued a bottle of taffia to Leonard Helm.

9735-6-221-222-March 4, 1781: Top document. Patrick Kennedy at Fort Jefferson certified the common price of corn in the Illinois county was 10 pounds [currency] per bushel and flour was 30 pounds [currency]. High cost was due to the price given by the Spanish commander for use of his troops due to the scarcity of provisions and the frontier country being overrun with troops. Names: John Donne

9736-6-221-222-March ?, 1781: Second document. Faded. Incomplete. Reference to Fort Jefferson.

9737-6-221-222-March 7, 1781: Third document. Faded. Unable to read.

9738-6-221-222-March 7, 1781: Fourth document. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Jefferson to issue a gallon of taffia to friendly indians.

9739-6-221-222-March 24, 1781: Bottom document. Capt. Robert George order to Martin Carney at Fort Jefferson to give a quart of taffia to Sergeant John Walker.

9740-6-223-225-March 7, 1781: Top document. Duplicate filming. Fort Jefferson issued 3 pints of taffia to Lieut. Richard Clark.

9741-6-223-225-March 24, 1781: Second document. Duplicate filming. Martin Carney at Fort Jefferson issued 3 pints of taffia to Israel Dodge.

9742-6-223-225-March 9, 1781: Third document. Duplicate filming. Capt. Robert George order to Martin Carney at Fort Jefferson to issue ammunition for 15 men.

9743-6-223-225-March 8, 1781: Fourth document on left. Duplicate filming. Capt. Robert George order for Fort Jefferson to issue powder and lead for hunting party of Ensign [Jarret] Williams.

9744-6-223-225-March ?, 1781: Fifth document on right. Duplicate filming. Faded. Fort Jefferson gave taffia to Sergeant John Walker. Names: Capt. Robert George.

9745-6-223-225-March 30, 1781: Sixth document on right. Duplicate filming. Names: Leonard Helm, Israel Dodge, John Dodge, Capt. Robert George.

9746-6-226-March 11, 1781: Top document. Faded. Fort Jefferson issued taffia. Names: Lieut. Richard Clark.

9747-6-226-March 31, 1781: Second document. Faded. Names: Capt. Robert George.

9748-6-226-March 24, 1781: Third document on left. Faded. Fort Jefferson issued taffia to friendly indians. Names: Capt. Robert George.

9749-6-226-March 9, 1781: Fourth document on right. Fort Jefferson gave a quart of taffia to the Chief of the Kaskaskia indians. Names: Leonard Helm, Capt. Robert George.

9750-6-226-March 7, 1781: Fifth document on left. Martin Carney at Camp Jefferson gave taffia to Patt Kennedy.

9751-6-226-March 7, 1781: Sixth document on right. Fort Jefferson issued a bottle of taffia. Names: James Finn, Capt. Robert George.

9752-6-227-229-March 6, 1781: Top left document. Duplicate filming. Fort Jefferson issued taffia to friendly indians. Names: Capt. Robert George, Leonard Helm.

9753-6-227-229-March 8, 1781: Top right document. Duplicate filming. Fort Jefferson issued 3 pints of taffia to Capt. Edward Worthington.

9754-6-227-229-March 7, 1781: Third document on left. Duplicate filming. Fort Jefferson issued 3 quarts of taffia to Kaskaskia Indians. Names: Leonard Helm, Capt. Robert George.

9755-6-227-229-March 20, 1781: Fourth document on right. Duplicate filming. Taffia issued to ? Clark.

9756-6-227-229-March 9, 1781: Fifth document on right. Duplicate filming. Fort Jefferson issued 3 pints of taffia to Capt. Edward Worthington.

9757-6-227-229-March 8, 1781: Sixth document on left. Faded. Duplicate filming. Fort Jefferson issued taffia to friendly indians. Names: Capt. Robert George, Leonard Helm.

9758-6-227-229-March ?, 1781: Seventh document on right. Duplicate filming. Names: Fort Jefferson, Capt. Robert George.

9759-6-230-233-March 8, 1781: Top document. Duplicate filming. Fort Jefferson issued taffia to friendly indians. Names: Capt. Robert George, Leonard Helm.

9760-6-230-233-March 20, 1781: Second document on left. Duplicate filming. Fort Jefferson issued quart of taffia to William Clark.

9761-6-230-233-March 30, 1781: Third document on right. Duplicate filming. Fort Jefferson issued 2 pounds of vermillion to friendly indians. Names: Israel Dodge, Capt. Robert George, Leonard Helm.

9762-6-230-233-March 9, 1781: Fourth document. Martin Carney issued 6 quarts of taffia to friendly indians. Names: Leonard Helm, Capt. Robert George.

9763-6-230-233-March 9, 1781: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. The Western Department at Camp Jefferson issued 100 pounds of powder for defense of Kaskaskia inhabitants. Names: Capt. Robert George, Martin Carney, Patrick Kennedy.

9764-6-234-235-March 11, 1781: Top left document. Fort Jefferson issued taffia to J. Caton?

9765-6-234-235-March 7, 1781: Top right document. Taffia issued to John Thruston.

9766-6-234-235-March 9, 1781: Third document on left. Fort Jefferson issued taffia to Capt. Benjamin Roberts.

9767-6-234-235-March 15, 1781: Fourth document on right. Fort Jefferson issued tobacco. Names: Martin Carney, Capt. Robert George, William Clark.

9768-6-234-235-March 4, 1781: Fifth document on left. Fort Jefferson issued taffia to ? Gerault.

9769-6-234-235-March 17, 1781: Sixth document on right. Fort Jefferson issued taffia. Names: Capt. Robert George, James Finn.

9770-6-234-235-March 8, 1781: Seventh document on left. Fort Jefferson issued taffia. Names: James Finn, Capt. Robert George.

9771-6-234-235-March 8, 1781: Eighth document on right. Fort Jefferson issued taffia to Capt. Edward Worthington.

9772-6-236-237-March 9, 1781: Top document. Fort Jefferson issued powder to Capt. [Richard] McCarty. Names: Capt. Robert George, Martin Carney.

9773-6-236-237-March 21, 1781: Second document on left. Taffia issued to Capt. John Williams.

9774-6-236-237-March 9, 1781: Third document on right. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Jefferson to issue taffia for men on fatigue.

9775-6-236-237-March 21, 1781: Fourth document on left. Fort Jefferson issued taffia to Leonard Helm.

9776-6-236-237-March 18. 1781: Fifth document. James Blue paid William Vandvert? for supply bacon.

9777-6-236-237-March 2, 1781: Sixth document on left. Fort Jefferson issued 3 pints of taffia to Capt. Edward Worthington.

9778-6-236-237-March ?, 1781: Seventh document on right. Martin Carney at Fort Jefferson issued 3 pints of taffia to Israel Dodge.

9779-6-238-241-March 6, 1781: Top document. Duplicate filming. Fort Jefferson issued a pint of rum to James Finn.

9780-6-238-241-March 21, 1781: Second document. Duplicate filming. Martin Carney at Fort Jefferson issue a quart of taffia to Buckner Pittman, Boat Master.

9781-6-238-241-March 17, 1781: Third document. Duplicate filming. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Jefferson to issue liquor to 90 men of the Illinois Regiment.

9782-6-238-241-March 17, 1781: Fourth document. Duplicate filming. Capt. Robert George order to Israel Dodge at Fort Jefferson to issue 3 dozen buttons to Lieut. Richard Clark.

9783-6-238-241-March ?, 1781: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Faded. Written in French.

9784-6-242-243-March 13, 1781: Top document. Tobacco was purchased for use of troops at Fort Jefferson. Names: James Finn, Capt. John Dodge, Israel Dodge.

9785-6-242-243-March 9, 1781: Second document on left. Taffia issued to Capt. Robert George.

9786-6-242-243-March ?, 1781: Third document on right. Faded. Unable to read.

9787-6-242-243-March 3, 1781: Fourth document. Fort Jefferson issue taffia to Lieut. Richard Clark.

9788-6-242-243-January 11, 1781: Fifth document on left. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Jefferson to issue sugar and coffee to John Thruston.

9789-6-242-243-March 5, 1781: Sixth document on right. Fort Jefferson issue taffia to William Clark.

9790-6-244-245-March 22, 1781: Top document. Martin Carney at Fort Jefferson issue 7 quarts of taffia to William Clark.

9791-6-244-245-March 20, 1781: Second document. Faded. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Jefferson to issue taffia for a sick person.

9792-6-244-245-January 30, 1781: Third document on left. Faded. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Jefferson to issue 6 pounds of sugar to William Clark.

9793-6-244-245-January 17, 1781: Fourth document on right. Martin Carney issued a quart of taffia to William Clark.

9794-6-244-245-February 28, 1781: Fifth document on right. Fort Jefferson issued 4 quart of taffia to William Clark.

9795-6-244-245-February 10, 1781: Sixth document on left. Fort Jefferson issued taffia to William Clark.

9796-6-244-245-March 9, 1781: Seventh document on right. Fort Jefferson issue thread to Capt. John Rogers. Names: Capt. Robert George, Israel Dodge.

9797-6-246-249-March 12, 1781: Top document. Duplicate filming. Fort Jefferson issued taffia to friendly indians. Names: Leonard Helm, Capt. Robert George.

9798-6-246-249-March 12, 1781: Second document. Duplicate filming. Martin Carney at Fort Jefferson issued a quart of taffia to William Clark.

9799-6-246-249-March 5, 1781: Third document on left. Duplicate filming. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Jefferson to issue rum.

9800-6-246-249-March 9, 1781: Fourth document on right. Duplicate filming. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Jefferson to issue taffia to Capt. Richard McCarty.

9801-6-246-249-March 9, 1781: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Fort Jefferson issued taffia to Capt. John Williams.

9802-6-250-253-March 17, 1781: Top document. Duplicate filming. Fort Jefferson issued a quart of taffia to Lieut. Richard Clark.

9803-6-250-253-March 27, 1781: Second document. Duplicate filming. Fort Jefferson issued 3 pints of taffia for the health of Capt. Robert George.

9804-6-250-253-March 16, 1781: Third document. Duplicate filming. Fort Jefferson issued taffia to Ensign Jarret Williams.

9805-6-250-253-March 16, 1781: Fourth document. Duplicate filming. Fort Jefferson issued 9 quarts of taffia and 20 pounds of sugar to Capt. John Williams.

9806-6-250-253-March 16, 1781: Fifth document. Duplicate filming. Capt. Robert George was given 3 pints of taffia.

9807-6-254-March 17, 1781: Top document. Fort Jefferson gave taffia to Lieut. Richard Clark.

9808-6-254-March 17, 1781: Second document. Capt. Edward Worthington order to Fort Jefferson for a quart of taffia to Terry or Jerry Patrick, who was almost dead.

9809-6-254-March 21, 1781: Third document. Fort Jefferson gave 3 pints of taffia to Capt. Edward Worthington.

9810-6-254-March 3, 1781: Bottom document. Fort Jefferson issued 3 pints of taffia to Lieut. Richard Clark.

9811-6-255-256-March 17, 1781: Top document. Fort Jefferson issue taffia for the sake of ? Patrick. Names: Leonard Helm.

9812-6-255-256-March 1, 1781: Second document. Fort Jefferson issued 2 quarts of taffia to Lieut. James Calvit.

9813-6-255-256-March 17, 1781: Third document on left. Fort Jefferson issued tobacco to Capt. Robert George.

9814-6-255- 256-March 12, 1781: Fourth document on right. Faded. Fort Jefferson issued tobacco to Capt. Robert George.

9815-6-255-256-March 13, 1781: Fifth document on left. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Jefferson public store to issue 2 swords to the Kaskaskia Indians.

9816-6-255-256-March 13, 1781: Sixth document on right. Fort Jefferson issued 5 quarts of taffia for use of Capt. Robert George.

9817-6-255-256-March 14, 1781: Bottom document. Fort Jefferson issued 3 gallons of taffia for use of Capt. Robert George.

9818-6-257-258-March 17, 1781: Top document. Fort Jefferson issued a quart of taffia for use of Capt. John Rogers.

9819-6-257-258-March 17, 1781: Second document. James Sherlock request for a quart of taffia to drink to the health of ? Patrick.

9820-6-257-258-March ?, 1781: Third document on left. Faded. Taffia issued to Capt. Robert George.

9821-6-257-258-March 18, 1781: Fourth document on right. Fort Jefferson issued taffia for health of ? Patrick. Names: Capt. Robert George, James Sherlock.

9822-6-257-258-March 17, 1781: Bottom document. Faded. Names: Ensign Jarret Williams, John Donne. Reference for troops going to the Illinois and Fort Jefferson.

9823-6-259-260-March 18, 1781: Top document. Fort Jefferson issued a quart of taffia to Leonard Helm.

9824-6-259-260-March 3, 1781: Second document. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Jefferson to issue 3 quarts of taffia to men going on fatigue.

9825-6-259-260-March 6, 1781: Third document. Faded. Taffia. Unable to read other words.

9826-6-259-260-March 6, 1781: Fourth document on left. Taffia issue to Capt. [Richard] McCarty.

9827-6-259-260-March 5, 1781: Fifth document on right. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Jefferson to issue liquor to 6 men going on fatigue. Names: Buckner Pittman.

9828-6-261-262-March 3, 1781: Top document. Fort Jefferson issued taffia to James Finn.

9829-6-261-262-March 25, 1781: Second document. Fort Jefferson issued 3 quarts of taffia to Capt. Robert George.

9830-6-261-262-March 4, 1781: Third document. Fort Jefferson issued taffia to James Finn.

9831-6-261-262-March 3, 1781: Fourth document. Taffia issued to Capt. John Williams.

9832-6-261-262-March 3, 1781: Fifth document. Fort Jefferson issued taffia to Leonard Helm.

9833-6-- Not numbered [ 263]-March 3, 1781: Top document. Taffia issued to James Sherlock. Names: Capt. Robert George.

9834-6-- Not numbered [263]-March 3, 1781: Second document. Capt. John Williams order to give taffia for use of the poor soldier.

9835-6-- Not numbered [263]-March ?, 1781: Third document. Faded. Fort Jefferson issued taffia to Capt. Robert George.

9836-6-- Not numbered [263]-March 7, 1781: Fourth document on left. Taffia given to Capt. Robert George.

9837-6-- Not numbered [263]-March 6, 1781: Fifth document on right. Fort Jefferson issued taffia to Capt. Edward Worthington.

9838-6-#Not numbered [263]-March ?, 1781: Bottom document. Unable to read.

9839-6-263-266-March ?, 1781: Top document. Duplicate filming. Faded. Unable to read. Names: Capt. Robert George.

9840-6-263-266-March ?, 1781: Second document on left. Duplicate filming. Faded. Reference to Fort Jefferson.

9841-6-263-266-March ?, 1781: Third document on right. Duplicate filming. Faded. Names: Lieut. Richard Clark.

9842-6-263-266-March 24, 1781: Fourth document on left. Fort Jefferson issued taffia to Leonard Helm.

9843-6-263-266-March ?, 1781: Fifth document on right. Duplicate filming. Faded. Martin Carney at Fort Jefferson issued 3 pints of rum to Capt. [John] Rogers.

9844-6-263-266-March 9, 1781: Sixth document. Duplicate filming. Fort Jefferson issued powder and lead for a hunting. Names: Capt. Abraham Kellar, Capt. Robert George.

9845-6-267-268-March 3, 1781: Top document. Fort Jefferson issued liquor to 4 men. Names: Capt. Robert George, Buckner Pittman.

9846-6-267-268-March 24, 1781: Second document. Fort Jefferson issued taffia to Israel Dodge.

9847-6-267-268-March ?, 1781: Third document. Fort Jefferson issued 2 quarts and 1 pint of taffia for use of Lieut. Richard Clark.

9848-6-267-268-March 12, 1781: Fourth document on left. Powder and lead issued to Capt. Benjamin Roberts. Names: Ensign William Roberts, Major George Slaughter.

9849-6-267-268-March 19, 1781: Fifth document on right. Fodder or forage supplied. Names: Edmund Hill, Col. Parker, Thomas Winston.

9850-6-267-268-March ?, 1781: Bottom document. Corn issued at Falls of Ohio. Names: David Johnson, Bland Ballard.

9851-6-269-270-March 9, 1781: Top left document. Fort Patrick Henry issued tobacco to Leonard Helm.

9852-6-269-270-March 4, 1781: Top right document. Taffia issued to ? Porualts?

9853-6-269-270-March 9, 1781: Third document. Taffia issued to Leonard Helm.

9854-6-269-270-March 10, 1781: Fourth document. State of Virginia account with John White for beef. Names: James Parkison, John Caldwell.

BOX 630-FOLDER 97

VOUCHERS-MARCH 1781

FRAMES 271-369

165 documents filmed on 98 frames.

9855-6-272-273-January 30, 1779: Top document. Kaskaskia Bill of Exchange sent by George Rogers Clark to Oliver Pollock at New Orleans to pay $1452 to Monsieur Vigo, who furnished sundries to the state of Virginia.

9856-6-272-273-March 7, 1781: Bottom document. Powder and lead issued to militia, who were going after indians, who had caused mischief. Names: Major George Slaughter, Capt. Hardy Hill.

9857-6-274-275-March 17, 1781: Top document. ? Pouralt requested a quart of taffia for ? Patrick.

9858-6-274-275-March 16, 1781: Second document. Fort Jefferson issued buttons to Capt. Robert George. Names: ? Dodge.

9859-6-274-275-March 17, 1781: Third document. Written in French and English. February 24, 1781 Bill of Exchange sent from Fort Jefferson by Leonard Helm to Oliver Pollock, agent for the state of Virginia at New Orleans for funds advance by Monsieur Datcherul for the Indian Department.

9860-6-276-279-March 21, 1781: Top document. Duplicate filming. Forage for horses. Names: ? Parker, Angel Harbent?

9861-6-276-279-March 21. 1781: Second document. Duplicate filming. Fort Jefferson issued 5 gallons of [liquor] to friendly indians. Names: Capt. Robert George, Leonard Helm.

9862-6-276-279-March 9, 1781: Third document. Duplicate filming. Camp Jefferson issued taffia to Patrick Kennedy to purchase provisions. Names: Capt. Robert George, Martin Carney.

9863-6-276-279-March 2, 1781: Fourth document. Fort Jefferson issued taffia for payment to make shirts and stockings. Names: Robert Todd, Leonard Helm.

9864-6-280- 281-March 23, 1781: Top document. Capt. Robert George order written on music stanza paper to give powder for Mr. Archer.

9865-6-280-281-March 13, 1781: Second document. Ration of salt, beef and flour issued to 23 men and 1 washer woman in Capt. Thomas company. Names: Major George Slaughter, Joseph Saunders.

9866-6-280-281-March 18, 1781: Third document. Martin Carney at Fort Jefferson issued 3 quarts and 1 pint of taffia to James Finn.

9867-6-280-281-March 18, 1781: Fourth document. Fort Jefferson issued buttons and thread. Names: Capt. Abraham Kellar, Capt. Robert George, Israel Dodge.

9868-6-282-285-March 18, 1781: Top document. Duplicate filming. Lieut. Gerault order to Martin Carney to issue a bottle of taffia to a poor fellow.

9869-6-282-285-March 19, 1781: Second document. Duplicate filming. Capt. Robert George order at Fort Jefferson for ? Dodge to issue sick, thread, needles, cloth and mohair to Capt. [Benjamin] Roberts.

9870-6-282-285-March 19, 1781: Third document. Duplicate filming. Capt. Robert George order at Fort Jefferson to Mr. Dodge to issue 1 yard of brown holland cloth to Capt. [Benjamin] Roberts.

9871-6-282-285-March 21, 1781: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Capt. John Baley order to Fort Jefferson to issue 2 carbines [Gun/Rifle] to 2 men.

9872-6-286-287-March 19, 1781: Top document. Powder and lead issued to 43 men. Names: Capt. Robert George, Martin Carney.

9873-6-286-287-March 10, 1781: Second document. Fort Jefferson issued taffia to Capt. Edward Worthington.

9874-6-286-287-March 18, 1781: Third document. Fort Jefferson issued taffia to Lieut. Richard Clark.

9875-6-286-287-March 19, 1781: Bottom document. Martin Carney at Fort Jefferson issued 3 gallons of taffia for use of Capt. Robert George.

9876-6-288-289-March 19, 1781: Top document. Fort Jefferson issued taffia for voyage of Capt. Benjamin Roberts and Capt. Robert George to the Falls of Ohio.

9877-6-288-289-March 13, 1781: Second document. Fort Jefferson issued taffia. Names: Jarret Bark, Leonard Helm, Capt. Robert George.

9878-6-288-289-March 13, 1781: Third document. Capt. John Williams order for taffia for several sick persons.

9879-6-288-289-March 13, 1781: Fourth document. Taffia issued to Capt. John Williams.

9880-6-288-289-March 19, 1781: Bottom document. Fort Jefferson issued taffia to Leonard Helm.

9881-6-290-291-March 19, 1781: Top left document. Fort Jefferson issued 2 swords to 2 indian chiefs. Names: Leonard Helm, Capt. Robert George.

9882-6-290-291-March 20, 1781: Top right document. Fort Jefferson issued taffia to Capt. Edward Worthington.

9883-6-290-291-March 17, 1781: Third document. Fort Jefferson issued 3 pints of taffia for use of Capt. John Rogers. Names: Martin Carney.

9884-6-290-291-March 14, 1781: Fourth document. Fort Jefferson issued half pound of tobacco to each of 50 men of the Illinois Regiment. Names: Capt. Robert George, Michael Miles.

9885-6-290-291-March 14, 1781: Bottom left document. Fort Jefferson issued taffia to Sergeant Miles for use of his sick wife. Names: Capt. Robert George.

9886-6-290-291-March 15, 1781: Bottom right document. Fort Jefferson issued a quart of taffia to Capt. Edward Worthington.

9887-6-292-295-March 16, 1781: Top document. Duplicate filming. Capt. John Williams stated he was very sick and requested a bottle of taffia.

9888-6-292-295-March 14, 1781: Second document. Duplicate filming. Incomplete. Taffia issued. Names: Martin Carney, George Rogers Clark.

9889-6-292-295-March 5, 1781: Third document on left. Duplicate filming. Fort Jefferson issued taffia to William Clark.

9890-6-292-295-March 17, 1781: Fourth document on right. Duplicate filming. Fort Jefferson issued taffia for use of Capt. Edward Worthington.

9891-6-292-295-March 13, 1781: Bottom left document. Duplicate filming. Rum issued to William Clark.

9892-6-292-295-March 29, 1781: Bottom right document. Sugar issued to Capt. Robert George.

9893-6-296-297-March 10, 1781: Top left document. Taffia issued to Capt. Robert George.

9894-6-296-297-March 12, 1781: Top right document. Fort Jefferson issued 6 pounds of tobacco to friendly indians. Names: Capt. Robert George, Leonard Helm.

9895-6-296-297-March 5, 1781: Third document on left. Fort Jefferson issued taffia to friendly indians. Names: Leonard Helm, Capt. Robert George.

9896-6-296-297-February 14, 1781: Fourth document on right. Taffia issued to William Clark.

9897-6-296-297-March 10, 1781: Fifth document on left. Fort Jefferson issued iron to Patt Kennedy. Names: Capt. Robert George.

9898-6-296-297-March 9, 1781: Sixth document on right. Fort Jefferson issued taffia. Names: James Finn, Capt. Robert George.

9899-6-296-297-March 9, 1781: Seventh document on left. Martin Carney issued 3 pints of taffia to Capt. John Rogers.

9900-6-296-297-March 1, 1781: Eighth document on right. Fort Jefferson issued 3 quarts of taffia to James Sherlock. Names: Capt. Robert George.

9901-6-298-299-March 9, 1781: Top document. Martin Carney issued 3 pints of taffia to Capt. John Rogers.

9902-6-298-299-March 10, 1781: Second document. Fort Jefferson issued 2 look glasses [mirrors], and ? to Martha Hughes in payment for altering clothes for soldiers.

9903-6-298-299-March 12, 1781: Third document. Fort Jefferson issued rations for 3 men going on command. Names: Joseph Saunders, Major George Slaughter.

9904-6-298-299-March 12, 1781: Bottom document. Fort Jefferson issued 2 quarts of taffia to friendly indians. Names: Leonard Helm, Capt. Robert George.

9905-6-300-March 3, 1781: Top document. Fort Jefferson issued taffia to James Sherlock.

9906-6-300-March 12, 1781: Second document. Daniel Maupin provided 20 pounds of hemp. Names: Mascey Ewell.?

9907-6-300-March 21, 1781: Third document. Israel Dodge at Fort Jefferson issued white and blue cloth to John Dodge for making a flag.

9908-6-300-March 6, 1781: Fourth document. Fort Jefferson issued twine and thread. Names: Israel Dodge, Capt. Robert George, Capt. Edward Worthington.

9909-6-301-304-March 5, 1781: Top document. Duplicate filming. Taffia issued to James Finn. Names: Capt. Robert George.

9910-6-301-304-March 6, 1781: Second document. Fort Jefferson issued powder and lead for 3 men of Capt. John Baley co. Names: Capt. Robert George.

9911-6-301-304-March 7, 1781: Third document on left. Fort Jefferson issued taffia. Names: Capt. John Dodge.

9912-6-301-304-March 22, 1781: Fourth document on right. Forage for horses. Names: John Nash.

9913-6-301-304-January 5, 1781: Bottom document. Taffia issued to William Clark by Martin Carney.

9914-6-305-306-March 7, 1781: Top document. Taffia issued to Capt. John Williams.

9915-6-305-306-March 3, 1781: Second document. Martin Carney at Fort Jefferson issued taffia to ? Dodge.

9916-6-305-306-March 7, 1781: Third document. Fort Jefferson issued taffia to Leonard Helm. Names: Major Williams.

9917-6-305-306-March 6, 1781: Bottom document. Fort Jefferson issued 3 pints of taffia to ? Dodge. Names: Martin Carney.

9918-6-307-310-March 7, 1781: Top left document. Duplicate filming. Fort Jefferson issued liquor. Names: [Michael] Miles, Capt. Robert George.

9919-6-307-310-March 28, 1781: Top right document. Duplicate filming. Powder, lead and flints issued by Fort Jefferson for a hunting party. Names: Capt. John Baley.

9920-6-307-310-march 8, 1781: Third document on right. Duplicate filming. Fort Jefferson issued a quart of taffia to Capt. Benjamin Roberts.

9921-6-307-310-March 6, 1781: Fourth document. Duplicate filming. Fort Jefferson issued cloth and thread to Lieut. Joseph Calvit. Names: Capt. Robert George, John Dodge.

9922-6-307-310-March 5, 1781: Fifth document on right. Duplicate filming. Fort Jefferson issued taffia to sick men in company of Capt. John Rogers. Names: Capt. Robert George.

9923-6-307-310-March 6, 1781: Sixth document. Duplicate filming. Fort Jefferson issued taffia to Leonard Helm.

9924-6-307-310-March 7, 1781: Seventh document on right. Duplicate filming. Fort Jefferson issued 3 pints of taffia for use of Capt. Edward Worthington.

9925-6-311-314-March 6, 1781: Top document. Duplicate filming. Capt. Robert George requested a bottle of taffia.

9926-6-311-314-March 6, 1781: Second document. Duplicate filming. Fort Jefferson issued taffia to ? Tiddlen to take to Lieut. James Calvit.

9927-6-311-314-March 8, 1781: Third document. Duplicate filming. Fort Jefferson issued 3 pints of taffia to James Finn. Names: Capt. Robert George.

9928-6-311-314-March 9, 1781: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Martin Carney at Fort Jefferson issued 7 quarts of taffia for the week ration of Lieut. James Calvit.

9929-6-315-318-March 31, 1781: Top document. Duplicate filming. January 1, 1781 Bill of Exchange sent by Capt. Robert George from Fort Jefferson to Oliver Pollack, United State Agent at New Orleans to Philip Barbour who supplied liquor and clothing for Illinois Department troops.

9930-6-315-318-March 8, 1781: Second document. Duplicate filming. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Jefferson issued flints to 3 men of Capt. John Baley company.

9931-6-315-318-March 5, 1781: Third document. Patt Kennedy at Camp Jefferson order to Martin Carney to issue taffia.

9932-6-315-318-March 10, 1781: Fourth document. Capt. Robert George order to Israel Dodge at Fort Jefferson to issue clothing to a soldier in Capt. John Rogers Company of Light Dragoons. Names: Capt. John Thurston.

9933-6-319-320-March 9, 1781: Top document. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Jefferson to issue powder and lead to friendly indians. Names: Leonard Helm.

9934-6-319-320-March 7, 1781: Second document. Martin Carney at Fort Jefferson issued taffia to Lieut. James Calvit.

9935-6-319-320-March ?, 1781: Third document on left. Faded. Fort Jefferson issued taffia. Names: Capt. Robert George.

9936-6-319-320-March 19, 1781: Fourth document on right. Capt. Edward Worthington order to Martin Carney at Fort Jefferson to issue a quart of taffia.

9937-6-319-320-March 23, 1781: Fifth document on left. Fort Jefferson issued 2 quarts of taffia? to Capt. Edward Worthington.

9938-6-319-320-March 21, 1781: Sixth document on right. Fort Jefferson issued 3 pints of taffia to Capt. Benjamin Roberts.

9939-6-319-320-March 24, 1781: Bottom document. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Jefferson to issue 6 pounds of sugar to ? Dejean.

9940-6-321-March 22, 1781: Top document. Lieut. Col. William Robinson order for forage for 2 horses.

9941-6-321-March 21, 1781: Second document. Fort Jefferson issued a quart of taffia to Ensign Jarret Williams.

9942-6-321-March 21, 1781: Third document on left. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Jefferson to issue 6 gallons of taffia to prisoner of war ? Dajean or Dejean.

9943-6-321-March 22, 1781: Fourth document on right. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Jefferson issue a half pound of tobacco each to 9 soldiers. Names: [Michael] Miles.

9944-6-321-March 14, 1781: Fifth document. Capt. Robert George order to issue 24 guns for use of Capt. John Rogers company.

9945-6-321-March 19, 1781: Sixth document on left. Capt. Robert George order for 6 pounds of coffee.

9946-6-321-March 19, 1781: Seventh document on right. Fort Jefferson certified Andrew Clark worked as an artificer from February 31, 1780 to September 1, 1780.

9947-6-322-325-March 20, 1781: Top document on right. Duplicate filming. Capt. John Williams order for a bottle of taffia to use with his friends before parting.

9948-6-322-325-March 21, 1781: Top document on left. Duplicate filming. Martin Carney at Fort Jefferson issued taffia. Names: Capt. Robert George, Leonard Helm.

9949-6-322-325-March 22, 1781: Third document on left. Duplicate filming. Faded. Names: Ensign Jarret Williams, Capt. Robert George.

9950-6-322-325-March 26, 1781: Fourth document on right. Duplicate filming. Fort Jefferson issued taffia to Capt. John Rogers.

9951-6-322-325-March 22, 1781: Fifth document. Duplicate filming. Fort Jefferson issued powder and lead. Names: Israel Dodge, Capt. Robert George.

9952-6-322-325-March 31, 1781: Sixth document. Fort Jefferson issued a quart of taffia to Capt. Edward Worthington.

9953-6-326-328-March 22, 1781: Top document. Duplicate filming. Thomas Jefferson authorized payment. Names: James Merriwither, Major George Slaughter.

9954-6-326-328-March 21, 1781: Second document. Duplicate filming. Capt. Thomas Gist issued 47 gallons of whiskey to Robert Wickliff.

9955-6-326-328-March 22, 1781: Third document. Duplicate filming. Faded. Unable to read.

9956-6-329-330-March 20, 1781: Top document. Taffia issued to Capt. John Williams.

9957-6-329-330-March 22, 1781: Second document. taffia issued to Capt. John Williams.

9958-6-329-330-March 22, 1781: Third document. Will Shannon certified Edward Tyler furnished horses for 3 days at Falls of Ohio for service to Virginia.

9959-6-329-330-March 22, 1781: Bottom document. Capt. Thomas Brefore? order for horse forage.

9960-6-331-332-March 23, 1781: Top document. Thomas Jefferson authorized payment of October 3, 1780 Bill of Exchange sent by William Shannon from Falls of Ohio for 6000 pounds of salt supplied by Thomas McGee to Illinois Department of troops commanded by George Rogers Clark.

9961-6-331-332-March 19, 1781: Second document on left. Faded. J. Parker order for forage for 16 horses.

9962-6-331-332-March 19, 1781: Third document on right. Lieut. Lemuel Riddick order to issue forage for 9 horses of Capt. Walker's company.

9963-6-331-332-March 20, 1781: Bottom document. Forage 4 teams of horses given to Col. Merriwither. Names: W. J. Moulson, Thomas J. Grey.

9964-6-333-334-March 21, 1781: Top left document. Capt. John Rogers request for 3 pints of taffia to drink with his friends.

9965-6-333-334-March 29, 1781: Top right document. Forage issued for artillery horses. Names: Angel Harbert, ? Parker.

9966-6-333-334-March 10, 1781: Third document. Israel Dodge issued white linen, gilt buttons, white flannel, thread and black ball for clothing year for Capt. John Dodge.

9967-6-333-334-March 21, 1781: Fourth document. Forage for horses. Names: Laban Loffigan.

9968-6-333-334-March 21, 1781: Fifth document. Rations for 8 days. Names: William Roberts.

9969-6-333-334-March 22, 1781: Bottom document. Provisions for Capt. Thomas company. Names: William Montgomery.

9970-6-335-336-March 13, 1781: Top document. Cloth issued. Names: Will Shannon, George McDowell, John Donne.

9971-6-335-336-March 10, 1781: Second document. Forage issued for ridding horses of field and staff officers and 3 teams of Lieut. Col. Downmann regiment. Names: Robert Munford.

9972-6-335-336-March 15, 1781: Third document. Major George Slaughter order to issue rations for the doctor of ? Bowman.

9973-6-337-338-March 23. 1781: Top document. Incomplete. Rations issued to company of Capt. Thomas.

9974-6-337-338-March 3, 1781: Second document. State of Virginia account with Nicholas Depue for bacon and hay. Names: John Caldwell, James Parkison.

9975-6-337-338-March 16, 1781: Third document. Major George Slaughter order to issue rations for Capt. Benjamin Roberts company.

9976-6-337-338-March 17, 1781: Bottom document. Forage for artillery horses. Names: Angel Harbert, J. Parkison.

9977-6-339-342-March 6, 1781: Top document. Duplicate filming. Taffia issued to ? Gerault.

9978-6-339-342-March 31, 1781: Second document. Duplicate filming. William Smith receipt for 3 bushels of indian corn from Col. John Evans.

9979-6-339-342-March 23, 1781: Third document. Duplicate filming. Faded. Rations issued for 3 days. Names: Major George Slaughter, Ensign William Roberts.

9980-6-339-342-March 5, 1781: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Fort Jefferson issued 3 pints of taffia to Leonard Helm.

9981-6-343-346-March ?, 1781: Top document. Duplicate filming. Rations issued for a wagoner employed. Names: William Morton, David Kennedy.

9982-6-343-346-March 19, 1781: Second document. Duplicate filming. Dried beef issued to man burning tar for Col. Clark's expedition into the indian country. Names: John Evans.

9983-6-343-346-March 6, 1781: Third document on left. Duplicate filming. Taffia issued to Ensign Jarret Williams.

9984-6-343-346-March 13, 1781: Fourth document on right. Duplicate filming. Incomplete. Powder and lead issued.

9985-6-343-346-March 14, 1781: Fifth document on left. Capt. Robert George order to issue 8 day ration for Ensign Asher's widow.

9986-6-343-346-March ?, 1781: Sixth document on right. Powder and lead issued for men going hunting. Names: Capt. John Baley.

9987-6-347-350-March 7, 1781: Top document. Duplicate filming. William Harrison paid $150 to George Blackmae, who rode express from ? Crossing on Yonhagania River to ? Devoir's ferry on the Monongahelia River. Reference to boat builders.

9988-6-347-350-March ?, 1781: Second document. Duplicate filming. Faded. Powder and lead issued.

9989-6-347-350-March ?, 1781: Third document. Duplicate filming. Faded. Reference to Fort Jefferson and Lieut. James Calvert.

9990-6-347-350-March 14, 1781: Fourth document. Duplicate filming. Receipt for indian corn. Names: John Garvin, Henry Beeson?

9991-6-347-350-March 14, 1781: Fifth document. Duplicate filming. Corn supplied. Names: Blan Ballard, Major George Slaughter, Daniel Linn, Thomas Harrison.

9992-6-351-354-March 9, 1781: Top document. Duplicate filming. Dark image. Taffia issued to ? Gerault.

9993-6-351-354-March 16, 1781: Second document. Duplicate filming. Taffia issued to ? Gerault.

9994-6-351-354-March 9, 1781: Third document. Duplicate filming. Taffia issued to ? Gerault.

9995-6-351-354-March 22, 1781: Fourth document on right. Duplicate filming. Lead issued. Names: Major George Slaughter.

9996-6-351-354-March 12, 1781: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Patt Kennedy order to Martin Carney to issue a bottle of taffia.

9997-6-355-356-March 3, 1781: Top document. Reference to payment by gold, paper money. Names: Bartlet Searcy, Major [Francis] Godfrey.

9998-6-355-356-March 15, 1781: Second document. Payment for forage of horses to John Bonyon. Names: Major McDowell.

9900-6-355-356-16, 1781: Third document on left. Payment for iron. Names: James Blue.

10000-6-355-356-March 15, 1781: Fourth document on right. Capt. Benjamin Roberts was issued 3 quarts of taffia for his health sake.

10001-6-355-356-March 16, 1781: Bottom document. Forage issued for 4 teams and 5 riding horses belonging in Col. Thomas Merriwether's regiment. Names: W. J. Moulson.

10002-6-357-359-October 16, 1780: Top document. Duplicate filming. George Rogers Clark order for tobacco for 16 Illinois Battalion men. Names: Michael Finley.

10003-6-357-359-March 27, 1781: Second document on left. Duplicate filming. Incomplete. Names: Capt. John Baley, Simon Fletcher.

10004-6-357-359-March ?, 1781: Third document on right. Duplicate filming. Incomplete. Reference to flour, Fort Patrick Henry and Fort Pitt.

10005-6-357-359-March 15, 1781: Fourth document. Duplicate filming. State of Virginia account with James Patton. Names: John Parkison, John Caldwell, Benjamin Sellers.

10006-6-360-363-March 15, 1781: Top document. Duplicate filming. State of Virginia account with Richard Cunningham for hemp. Names: James Parkison, John Caldwell.

10007-6-360-363-March 16, 1781: Second document. Duplicate filming. William Harmon paid $800 to Thomas Rogers for 20 gallons of whiskey.

10008-6-360-363-March 25, 1781: Third document on left. Duplicate filming. Taffia issued to Capt. John Williams.

10009-6-360-363-March 19, 1781: Fourth document on right. Duplicate filming. Forage for horses. Names: ? Hudson.

10010-6-360-363-March?, 1781: Fifth document on far right. Incomplete. No words.

10011-6-364-365-March 19, 1781: Top document. Forage for horses. Names: Capt. Charles Stewart.

10012-6-364-365-March 19, 1781: Second document. Capt. John Williams issued 3 pints of taffia.

10013-6-364-365-March ?. 1781: Third document. Faded. Forage for horses. Names: William Corman?

10014-6-364-365-March 22, 1781: Fourth document. Indians corn for troops at Louisville. Names: George Wilson, Levin Powell, Major George Slaughter.

10015-6-366-369-March 19, 1781: Top document. Duplicate filming. Reference to work at boat yard. Names: Charles Wickliff, Edward Worthington, Charles Bradford, ?, Washington, and George Crockett.

10016-6-366-369-March 18, 1781: Second document. Duplicate filming. John Donne was given 2 quarts of taffia.

10017-6-366-369-March 18, 1781: Third document on left. Duplicate filming. Forage given for 10 riding horses and 4 teams belonging to Thomas Merriwither company. Names: ? Moulson.

10018-6-366-369-March 18, 1781: Fourth document on right. Forage for 2 horses. Names: John Parker.

10019-6-366-369-March ?, 1781: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Taffia given to Capt. John Williams.

BOX 631-FOLDER 98

LETTERS-APRIL 1781

FRAMES #370-377

6 documents filmed on 7 frames.

10020-6-371-April 2, 1781: Letter written in French by [Godefroy Linctot to George Slaughter.

10021-6-372-April 4, 1781: Letter from Simon Nathan to Delegates of Virginia. Names: J. Madison, Thomas Bland, M. Smith.

10022-6-373-April 7, 1781: Letter from John Floyd to George Slaughter. Filed in other collections.

10023-6-374-April 13, 1781: List of various letters printed and filed in other collections. April 13, 1781 letter of George Slaughter to Thomas Jefferson; April 14, 1781 letter of George Slaughter to Governor Thomas Jefferson; April 13, 1781 Proceedings of Board of Enquiry respecting ? Shannon and ? Moore; April 16, 1781 letter of George Slaughter to John Floyd.

10024-6-375-April 14, 1781: Letter of Garret Vanmeter to Governor Thomas Jefferson. April 3 and 4, 1781 letters of Osburn and Vanmeter.

10025-6-376-April 16, 1781: Reference to letters written by John Floyd to Governor Thomas Jefferson.

10026-6-377-April 29, 1781: Letter of John Rogers to Governor Thomas Jefferson.

BOX 631-FOLDER 99

LETTER OF JOHN TODD to

THOMAS JEFFERSON-APRIL 15, 1781

FRAMES #378-403

4 documents filmed on 25 frames.

10027-6-379-April 15, 1781: Typed file sheet prepared by Virginia State Library and Archives concerning Letter of Col. John Todd from Lexington, Fayette County, Kentucky to Governor Thomas Jefferson. Note: "The above letter is incorrectly cited in Calendar of Virginia State Papers, Vol. 3, page 130, as " 1782" instead of " 1781." The MS letter and "plan" are filed as "Executive Papers. April 15, 1781." A negative photoprint of the [Plan of "New" Fort, Lexington, Kentucky, 1781] is filed in the map collection.

10028-6-380-388-April 15, 1781: Duplicate filming of a negative photoprint of John Todd's April 15, 1781 Lexington letter to Governor Thomas Jefferson. Todd stressed the need to construct a new fort at Lexington due to the indian harassment of the inhabitants of Lexington and described the quadrangle structure, the workers, the gate, the magazine, cost and progress of its completion. Four persons were to oversee the construction with the authority to employed needed workers.

10029-6-389-391-April 15, 1781: Duplicate filming of drawing of the new fort at Lexington, Kentucky. Description of fort dimension of fort with magazine location. The fort was 20 feet by 80 feet with 7 foot thick walls.

10030-6-392-403-April ?, 1781: Duplicate filming. Commonwealth of Virginia list of persons employed to build the new fort at Lexington, Fayette County, Kentucky during March and April of 1781. Names: David Mitchell, William Mitchell, Levi Todd, William Haydon, Benjamin Hagdon, James McClinty, John Todd, William Niblock, Benjamin Briggs, John Williams, Samuel McMullen. Charles Seaman, Caleb Masterson, John Clark, John Nut, Joseph Turner, David Vance, Francis McDurmid, Francis McDurmid, Sr., John Terrence, Henry McDonald, Robert Stanhope, Archibald Dickinson, Stephen Collins, John Wymer, Nicholas Brobston, James Haydon, John Stephenson, James Masterson, James Wason, Patrick Owens, Francis Patterson, Michael Warnock, Francis McDonald, John Napper, Ratliff Boone, James Boone, James Morrow, John Fitzgerald, William Shannon, John Casey, James Welsh, Francis Harper, Josiah Collins, James McConnall, Samuel Martin, John Martin, William Martin, John McDonald, Hugh McDonald, Daniel McClane, Alexander McClane, Hugh Martin, Hugh Thompson, ? McDurnid and son, William McConnell, Peter January?, Samuel January and team. John Morrison, Robert Patterson, William McConnell and William Martin were listed as the undertakers by contract and each were paid $1,000. John Todd was paid for 21 quarts of whiskey, iron and smith work. John Terrence was paid for erecting the gate.

Total cost was $34,405.

BOX 631-FOLDER 100

PAPERS-APRIL 1781

FRAMES #404-445

20 documents filmed on 41 frames.

10031-6-405-April 20, 1781: Capt. Benjamin Roberts and Major George Slaughter certified Quartermaster General Capt. William Shannon's had furnished a bateau (row boat) and 13 oars at Fort Jefferson. The boat was lost at Falls of Ohio and State of Virginia paid for its replacement.

10032-6-406-January 12, 1781: State of Virginia account for sundry articles for use of the Western Department supplied by James Sullivan. Items listed were 30 gallons of beer, 19 pounds of sugar and coffee, paper, and the construction of a 40 foot long stone house at the Falls of Ohio. Names: Capt. William Shannon.

10033-6-407-August 29, 1781: Bill of Exchange sent from Falls of Ohio to Treasurer of the state of Virginia for payment of 16 bushels of corn, 14 gallons of whiskey and 100 bushels of salt purchased for the Western Illinois Department troops. Names: Will Shannon, George Willson.

10034-6-408-March ?, 1781: Accounting bills for beef.

10035-6-409-410-April 8, 1781: State of Virginia account for beef furnished for use of the Western Department by James Sullivan. Names: William Shannon, James Bernwithe?

10036-6-411-413-April 21, 1781: Account of flints received at Fort Jefferson engineer store. Entry dates for 1780 and 1781. Names: George Rogers Clark, Capt. Philip Barbour, Capt. [Robert] George, Lieut. Dalton, Capt. Benjamin Roberts, John Dodge, Zephaniah Blackford, Matthew Jones, Joseph Ford, Capt. Harrison, Bland Ballard. Reference to militia, indians, troops, Fort Jefferson, spades, tomahawks, mattock, grinding stone, ax, and augers.

10037-6-414-422-April 12, 1781: Abstract of merchandize issued at Fort Jefferson. List of names to whom issued, for whose use, to whom chargeable and type of merchandize. Names: Capt. John Dodge, Capt. Benjamin Roberts, James Finn, John Thurston, John Williams, Lieut. Gerault, Ensign Slaughter, Martin Carney, Major Williams, Ensign Jarret Williams, Capt. Richard Brashear, Capt. Richard Harrison, Lieut. Richard Clark, Capt. John Bayley, Capt. Robert George, John Grimshaw, Elizabeth Jones, Elizabeth Burk, George Shephard, Mary Hunter, Capt. Edward Worthington, Joseph Hunter, Silas Harland, John Donne and Israel Dodge. Reference to express from Falls of Ohio, transporting provisions, Col. Clark's negro man, state of Virginia, sky blue cloth, scarlet cloth, and troops. Merchandize listed included broad cloth, linen, vermilion, thread, silk, mohair, shoes, bags, needles, paper, pins, ridding saddle, and buttons.

10038-6-423-425-April 23, 1781: Inventory of Store at Stewart Crossing. Names: Colonel David Kennedy, William Harrod, and George McDowell. Reference to Winchester. Items: swords, belts, nail rods, powder, hammers, thread, medicine.

10039-6-426-429-April 12, 1781: Inventory of flour delivered to Hance Hamilton.

10040-6-430-432-April 3, 1781: Commonwealth of Virginia account with Simon Nathan for 1780-1781. Names: Benjamin T. Smith, W. Armistead.

10041-6-433-434-April 12, 1781: Top document. Auditor's office approved payment for freight. Names: William Pope, William Shannon.

10042-6-433-434-April 12, 1781: Center document. Fort Louisville issued ration for a sergeant and private of the 8th Pennsylvania Regiment going on public service to Fort Pitt. Names: Sergeant Simon Fletcher, Major George Slaughter.

10043-6-433-434-April 11, 1781: Bottom document. George Slaughter at Louisville purchased whiskey from David Erwin?

10044-6-435-436-April 13, 1781: Inventory of flour delivered to Hance Hamilton.

10045-6-437-438-April 17, 1781: Faded. Fort Louisville issued whiskey for a private and sergeant of the 8th Pennsylvania Regiment. Names: Sergeant Simeon Fletcher, Major George Slaughter.

10046-6-439-440-April 23, 1781: Inventory of cloth and tents received by Col. David Kennedy at Winchester from Stewart's crossing. Names: George McDowell.

10047-6-441-April 23, 1781: Hance Hamilton received flour and bags from Benjamin Wells.

10048-6-442-443-April 14, 1781: Top document. Bill of Exchange sent from Louisville by George Slaughter at Falls of Ohio to Virginia Treasurer for payment of corn purchased by James Merriwither.

10049-6-442-443-April 14, 1781: Bottom document. Major George Slaughter at Falls of Ohio arranged for purchase of 330 pounds of flour from John May.

10050-6-444-April 3, 1781: Expenses for meals of supper and breakfast at Richmond. Names: Richard Hogg,

10051-6-445-April 5, 1781: Thomas Jefferson stated he had detained Capt. Cherry and promised to pay his expenses.

BOX 631-FOLDER 101

VOUCHERS-APRIL 1781

FRAMES #446-539

167 documents filmed on 93 frames.

10052-6-447-450-April 2, 1781: Top document. Duplicate filming. Fort Jefferson issued taffia to Leonard Helm.

10053-6-447-450-April 27, 1781: Second document. Duplicate filming. Martin Carney at Fort Jefferson issued taffia to Lieut. Richard Clark.

10054-6-447-450-April 6, 1781: Third document on left. Duplicate filming. Fort Jefferson issued 6 pounds of coffee to Capt. Edward Worthington. Names: Capt. Robert George.

10055-6-447-450-April 10, 1781: Fourth document on right. Duplicate filming. Fort Jefferson issued tobacco. Names: Leonard Helm, and Capt. Robert George.

10056-6-447-450-April 23, 1781: Fifth document on left. Duplicate filming. Fort Jefferson issued tobacco. Names: Capt. Robert George, Jacob Piatt.

10057-6-447-450-April ?, 1781: Sixth document on right. Duplicate filming. Faded. Reference to taffia.

10058-6-447-450-April ?, 1781: Bottom left document. Duplicate filming. Fort Jefferson issued coffee to Lieut. Richard Clark.

10059-6-447-450-April 3, 1781: Bottom right document. Duplicate filming. Fort Jefferson issued taffia to Capt. Edward Worthington.

10060-6-451-454-April 7, 1781: Top document. Duplicate filming. Fort Jefferson issued twine. Names: Israel Dodge, Capt. Abraham Kellar, Capt. Robert George.

10061-6-451-454-April 1, 1781: Second document. Duplicate filming. Taffia issued. Names: Capt. Robert George, Capt. George Owens.

10062-6-451-454-April 23, 1781: Third document on left. Fort Jefferson issued taffia to Capt. Edward Worthington.

10063-6-451-454-April 6, 1781: Fourth document on right. Fort Jefferson issued taffia to Capt. Edward Worthington.

10064-6-451-454-April 2, 1781: Fifth document. Fort Jefferson issued taffia to John Walker. Names: Capt. Robert George.

10065-6-451-454-April 5, 1781: Sixth document on left. Duplicate filming. Capt. John Baley order to Fort Patrick Henry to give powder to Monsieur Reagro, who was taking a public letter to Fort Jefferson.

10066-6-451-454-April 22, 1781: Seventh document on right. Reference to boat yard at mouth of George Creek. Names: N. Blake, Col. John Evans.

10067-6-451-454-April 24, 1781: Bottom document. Flour. Names: Philip Shute, Edward Hatchfield.

10068-6-455-458-April 25, 1781: Top document. Duplicate filming. John Johns supplied corn for use of Hance Hamilton brigade in service of the state of Virginia.

10069-6-455-458-April 24, 1781: Second document. Duplicate filming. Bran furnished for horses. Names: henry Beson or Beeson, Joseph Thorn?

10070-6-455-458-April 24, 1781: Third document on left. Duplicate filming. Henry Beson supplied 43 pounds of flour. Names: Joseph Shaw.

10071-6-455-458-April 12, 1781: Fourth document on right. Duplicate filming. Major George Slaughter order to issue powder for 2 men.

10072-6-455-458-April 24, 1781: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Fort Jefferson issued rum to Capt. Robert George.

10073-6-459-460-April 9, 1781: Top document. William Clark certified he measured cloth and flannel, which was cargo delivered by Capt. John Dodge and had retained 32 yards of cloth.

10074-6-459-460-April ?, 1781: Second document on left. Incomplete. Capt. John Baley order to Fort Jefferson to issue a bayonet for a man in his company.

10075-6-459-460-April ?, 1781: Third document on right. Incomplete. Dark image. Powder and lead issued. Names: Capt. John Baley.

10076-6-459-460-April 23, 1781: Fourth document on left. Flour ration issued to 7 men and 1 washer woman. Names: Capt. John Rogers, Capt. John Montgomery.

10077-6-459-460-April ?, 1781: Fifth document on right. Incomplete. Fort Patrick Henry.

10078-6-459-460-April 21, 1781. Sixth document on left. Faded. Unable to read.

10079-6-459-460-April 17, 1781: Seventh document on right. Rations issued for 6 days. Names: Major George Slaughter, Capt. John Rogers.

10080-6-461-462-April 2, 1781: Top left document. Incomplete. Beef. Names: Ensign William Roberts.

10081-6-461-462-April 21, 1781: Top right document. Names: George Grundy, Capt. Dodge.

10082-6-461-462-April 8, 1781: Third document on left. Fort Patrick Henry issued powder to Capt. John Baley.

10083-6-461-462-April 15, 1781: Fourth document on right. Flour received from ? Skelton?

10084-6-461-462-April 7, 1781: Fifth document. Names: Richard Hall, Thomas Carrol.

10085-6-461-462-April 3, 1781: Sixth document. Expenditure for corn for horses. Names: Henry Beson, Jay Beauvinue, Joseph Shanw.

10086-6-463-464-April 6, 1781: Top document. Robert Welch paid $80 to Robert Brumfield for 10 days work as artificer at boat yard at the mouth of George Creek. Names: ? Blake.

10087-6-463-464-April 4, 1781: Second document on left. Col. George Slaughter paid Walter Worah for work. Names: Joseph Saunders.

10088-6-463-464-April 10, 1781: Third document on right. Rations for 4 days issued to 4 men. Names: Capt. Benjamin Roberts, Col. George Slaughter.

10089-6-463-464-April 11, 1781: Fourth document on left. Salt issued for use of boat yard at mouth of George Creek. Names: N. Blake, ? McPherson.

10090-6-463-464-April 9, 1781: Fifth document on right. Fort Patrick Henry issued powder and lead to Zephaniah Blackford.

10091-6-463-464-April ?, 1781: Bottom document. Powder and lead issued to Capt. John Baley.

10092-6-465-466-April 2, 1781: Top document. Receipt for bags. Names: John McKindry?, Robert Harrison, Henry Beson.

10093-6-465-466-March 2, 1781: Second document on left. Beef and corn issued to Joseph Saunders.

10094-6-465-466-April 24, 1781: Third document on right. Taffia issued to Israel Dodge.

10095-6-465-466-April 1, 1781: Fourth document. Fort Jefferson issued taffia to ? Gerault.

10096-6-465-466-April 3, 1781: Fifth document on left. Henry Bason gave 60 pounds of flour to Joseph Shanw for use of 4 men in public service.

10097-6-465-466-April 2, 1781: Sixth document on right. Rations for 7 days for 8 men. Names: George Slaughter, Joseph Saunders.

10098 -6-467-469-April 4, 1781: Top document. Duplicate filming. Beef, flour and hay ration issued to John Asher? by William Harrison for taking corn into the mountains for use of public.

10099-6-467-469-April 2, 1781: Second document. Duplicate filming. Flour kegs delivered for use of state of Virginia. Names: Philip Shute, Matthew Hefferman?

10100-6-#467-469-April 8, 1781: Third document. Duplicate filming. Powder issued for Capt. Mark Thomas. Names: George Slaughter.

10101-6-467-469-April 18, 1781: Fourth document. Duplicate filming, John Thurston order to issue rations to Col. Clark's negro man.

10102-6-467-469-April 6, 1781: Fifth document. Duplicate filming. Fort Patrick Henry issued powder and lead to Capt. John Baley.

10103-6-467-469-April 26, 1781: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Dark image. Fort Patrick Henry issued ? to John Hazard for preparation of ?

10104-6-470-471-No Date. Top document. No words.

10105-6-470-471-April 2, 1781: Second document on left. Ration of beef.

10106-6-470-471-April 25, 1781: Third document on right. Names: ? McCampbell?

10107-6-470-471-April 5, 1781: Fourth document. Dark image. Fort Patrick Henry issued powder, lead and cartridges to Capt. John Baley.

10108-6-470-471-April ?, 1781: Fifth document on right. Beef, salt and flour ration.

10109-6-470-471-April ?, 1781: Sixth document. Martin Carney issued taffia to Lieut. James Calvit.

10110-6-472-473-April 20, 1781: Top document. George Slaughter order to issue powder and lead.

10111-6-472-473-April 2, 1781: Second document on left. George Slaughter order to issue meat to the spies.

10112-6-472-473-April 25, 1781: Third document on right. Expenditure for ox hides, salt and beef supplied to state of Virginia by M. Camp at Fort Clark.

10113-6-472-473-April 19, 1781: Fourth document on left. Dark image. Fort Patrick Henry issued powder and grape shot to Capt. John Baley

10114-6-472-473-April 9, 1781. Fifth document on right. Rations for 8 days for 20 men and 2 washer women in Capt. Thomas company. Names: George Slaughter, Joseph Saunders.

10115-6-472-473-April 2, 1781: Bottom document. Taffia issued to Lieut. James Calvit.

10116-6-474-477-April ?, 1781: Top left document. Duplicate filming. Incomplete. Powder.

10117-6-474-477-April 10, 1781: Top right document. Duplicate filming. Fort Patrick Henry issued 3 day rations for 30 men, 2 women, and 2 children in Capt. John Baley company.

10118-6-474-477-April 7, 1781: Third document. Duplicate filming. Fort Patrick Henry issued 5 day beef ration to Ensign Slaughter and Capt. John Baley.

10119-6-474-477-May 30, 1781: Fourth document. Duplicate filming. Capt. James Robertson order to ?. Camp at Fort Clark to issue shirts for soldiers.

10120-6-474-477-April 24, 1781: Bottom document. Major George Slaughter order for 9 day ration for 20 men and 1 wash woman in Capt. [John] Rogers company.

10121-6-478-479-April 24, 1781: Top document. Rations for 8 days for 29 men and 1 washer woman in Capt. Benjamin Roberts company and 8 day ration for widow of Sergeant Asher. Names: George Slaughter, Ensign William Roberts.

10122-6-478-479-April 25, 1781: Second document. Rations for 8 days issued for 2 men of Col. Crockett's Regiment. Names: Ensign William Roberts, George Slaughter.

10123-6-478-479-April 27, 1781: Third document on left. Powder and lead for Ottawa Indian chief.

10124-6-478-479-April 30, 1781: Fourth document on right. Martin Carney at Fort Patrick Henry issued 3 day rations to Capt. John Baley and Ensign Slaughter.

10125-6-478-479-April 10, 1781: Bottom document. Reference to 40 gallons of whiskey and boat yard. Names: John Johnson, Nash Blake.

10126-6-480-481-April 4, 1781: Top document. Faded. Ration of tobacco for Capt. Robert George.

10127-6-480-481-April 23, 1781: Second document. George Slaughter order to issue powder and lead for 2 men going hunting.

10128-6-480-481-April 19, 1781: Third document on left. Corn forage. Names: Capt. John Rogers, George Slaughter.

10129-6-480-481-April 19, 1781: Fourth document on right. Ensign William Roberts request for peck of corn and 10 pounds of meat.

10130-6-480-481-April 21, 1781: Bottom left document. Falls of Ohio issue 10 day rations. Names: John Crutchfield, George Slaughter.

10131-6-480-481-April 17, 1781: Bottom right document. Falls of Ohio issued a gallon of whiskey to men going on fatigue. Names: Capt. John Rogers, George Slaughter.

10132-6-482-483-April 17, 1781: Top document. Corn issued for horses. Names: Capt. John Rogers, George Slaughter.

10133-6-482-483-April 25, 1781: Second document. State of Virginia account with Christopher Williams for 170 gallons of whiskey. Names: James Parkison, John Caldwell.

10134-6-482-483-April 25, 1781: Third document. State of Virginia account with Matthew? Shinar? for liquor. Names: James Parkison, John Caldwell.

10135-6-484-485-April 17, 1781: Top document. Fort Patrick Henry issued 3 day rations for 28 men, 2 women and 2 children of Capt. John Baley company.

10136-6-484-485-April 23, 1781: Second document. State of Virginia account with Margaret Banford or Banfield for 2 beef cows sold for $3200. Names: John Caldwell, Joseph Parkison.

10137-6-484-485-April 26, 1781: Bottom document. Capt. John Dodge paid $88 for expenses when at John Potts' house. Names: William Clark.

10138-6-486-487-April 1, 1781: Top document. Receipt of Joseph Thompson for supplying 111 and 1/2 gallons of whiskey to Joseph McDowell at Fort Pitt. Names: John Faussel, James Robinson.

10139-6-486-487-April 25, 1781: Second document. State of Virginia account with Joseph Bicket for 70 gallons of whiskey. Names: James Parkison, John Caldwell.

10140-6-486-487-April 25, 1781: Third document. State of Virginia account with James Harskey for 151 pounds of pork. Names: Joseph Parkison, John Caldwell.

10141-6-488-April 25, 1781: Top document. State of Virginia account with John Johnson for 400 pounds of hay. Names: Joseph Parkison, John Caldwell.

10142-6-488-April 26, 1781: Second document. State of Virginia account with Samuel Riddle for 100 bushels of corn. Names: Joseph Parkison, John Caldwell.

10143-6-488-April 26, 1781: Bottom document. State of Virginia account with Jacob Johnson for 47 pounds of bacon. Names: Joseph Parkison, John Caldwell.

10144-6-489-490-April 25, 1781: Top document. State of Virginia account with John Riddle for 531 pounds of pork. Names: Joseph Parkison, John Caldwell.

10145-6-489-490-April 25, 1781: Second document. State of Virginia account with Thomas Cummens for 50 pounds of bacon. Names: Joseph Parkison, John Caldwell.

10146-6-489-490-April 23, 1781: Bottom document. State of Virginia account with Samuel Findly for 24 bushels of potatoes. Names: Joseph Parkison, John Caldwell.

10147-6-491-April 23, 1781: Top document. State of Virginia account with William Ketcham for 326 pounds of pork?. Names: Joseph Parkison, John Caldwell.

10148-6-491-April 13, 1781: Second document. Reference to kegs. Names: Hans Hamilton, Benjamin Wells.

10149-6-491-April 10, 1781: Bottom document. State of Virginia account with Peter Frottman for tar to caulk boats. Names: Joseph Parkison, John Caldwell.

10150-6-492-April 21, 1781: Top document. State of Virginia account with Henry Morrison for 188 pounds of pork. Names: John Caldwell, Joseph Parkison.

10151-6-492-April 7, 1781: Second document. James Nuiell? paid Joseph Forester for 80 bushels of indian corn for use of General George Rogers Clark expedition.

10152-6-492-April 5, 1781: Bottom document. Faded. Robert Potter was paid for 169 pounds of pork by William McFarling?

10153-6-493-April 11, 1781: Top document. Thomas Jefferson approved payment for Bill of Exchange issued to James Sullivan for William Shannon.

10154-6-493-April 11, 1781: Second document. Thomas Jefferson approved payment for Bill of Exchange issued to James Sullivan for William Shannon.

10155-6-493-July 28, 1781: Bottom document. Reference to warrant issued, auditors, and Thomas Nelson.

10156-6-494-January 21, 1781: Top document. Bill of Exchange sent from Falls of Ohio to Treasurer of Virginia for payment due James Sullivan for funds supplied for use of Illinois Department. Names: Will Shannon, George Slaughter.

10157-6-494-December 14, 1780: Second document. Bill of Exchange sent from Falls of Ohio to Treasurer of Virginia for payment due James Sullivan for sundries furnished for use of the Illinois Department. Names: Will Shannon, George Slaughter.

10158-6-494-April 10, 1781: Bottom document. Bill of Exchange sent to Virginia Treasurer from Louisville by George Slaughter for payment due Col. William Pope, who supplied bear meat for use of the troops.

10159-6-495-496-April 4, 1781: Top document. Bill of Exchange sent by George Slaughter from Louisville to Governor Thomas Jefferson for payment to James Sullivan, Levi Powell, and Simeon Triplett for salt and corn furnished for the troops.

10160-6-495-496-April 5, 1781: Second document. Reference to hemp, nails and gimlets for boat use. Names: John McKinley, Major William Harrison, ? Craig.

10161-6-495-496-April 6, 1781: Bottom document. Payment at Pittsburgh for John Gibson. Names: Nathaniel Randolph, Major William Harrison. Reference to Stewarts Crossings.

10162-6-497-498-April 11, 1781: Top document. Thomas Jefferson approved for auditors to pay July 20, 1780 Bill of Exchange sent from Falls of Ohio to Virginia Treasurer for payment due George Willson or Wilson for sundries furnished Illinois Department troops. Names: Will Shannon, George Slaughter.

10163-6-497-498-April 6, 1781: Second document. Thomas Clark supplied 139 pounds of dry beef for use of George Rogers Clark expedition. Names: County Lieut. of Lincoln Co. John Bowman.

10164-6-497-498-April 11, 1781: Bottom document. Capt. John Dodge issue cloth, 3 check handkerchiefs, paper, pins, 8 looking glasses [mirrors], an ivory comb, ink stand and thread to George Slaughter at Falls of Ohio.

10165-6-499-500-April 27, 1781: Top document. Payment for work at boat yard at mouth of George Creek. Names: Robert Wickliff, Daniel Farrel, Nash Blake.

10166-6-499-500-April 26, 1781: Second document. William Woods was paid $173 for 100 pounds of flour by Joseph McDowell.

10167-6-499-500-April 11, 1781: Third document. Thomas Jefferson notified auditors to issue warrant to pay January 15, 1780 Bill of Exchange sent from Falls of Ohio to Virginia Treasurer for payment due James Sullivan for money supplied the Illinois Department. Names: Will Shannon, George Slaughter.

10168-6-499-500-April 4, 1781: Bottom document. Ensign William Roberts request for corn and meat ration.

10169-6-501-502-April 25, 1781: Top document. Incomplete. Reference to taffia for use of officers and soldiers at Fort Jefferson. Names: Capt. Philip Barber [Barbour], Capt. Robert George.

10170-6-501-502-April 23, 1781: Bottom document. Fort Jefferson issued hollowed iron to Capt. Robert George. Names: Israel Dodge, Jacob Pyeatt.

10171-6-503-506-April 13, 1781: Top document. Duplicate filming. Fort Jefferson issued a pound of twine to making fishing lines for the men of Lieut. Richard Clark. Names: Israel Dodge, Capt. Robert George, John Dodge.

10172-6-503-506-April 20, 1781: Second document. Duplicate filming. Capt. Benjamin Roberts certificate for a large bateau [row boat] and 13 oars, which was taken for public service purposes from Falls of Ohio to Fort Jefferson. The bateau, which was property of Will Shannon was lost due to high water. Recommended the state of Virginia pay for the bateau. Names: Major George Slaughter.

10173-6-503-506-April 24, 1781: Bottom document. Duplicate filming Capt. Robert George order to Martin Carney at Fort Jefferson to issue 2 pounds of powder and lead, 2 tents or oil cloth for ? Pitman's command to the Falls of Ohio.

10174-6-507-510-April 21, 1781 Top document. Duplicate filming. Capt. Robert George order to Israel Dodge at Fort Jefferson to issue a pound of twine to make fishing line for use of Lieut. Joseph Calvit.

10175-6-507-510-April 6, 1781: Second document. Duplicate filming. Capt. Robert George order to Israel Dodge to issue 2 pounds of twine to make drum card for garrison. Names: Martin Carney.

10176-6-507-510-April 6, 1781: Third document. Duplicate filming. Capt. Robert George order to Israel Dodge at Fort Jefferson to issue buttons to Buckner Pittman.

10177-6-507-510-April 6, 1781: Bottom left document. Duplicate filming. Capt. Robert George order to Israel Dodge at Fort Jefferson to issue silk to Martin Carney.

10178-6-507-510-April 13, 1781: Bottom right document. Duplicate filming. Capt. Robert George order to Israel Dodge at Fort Jefferson to issue a pound of twine thread to make fishing lines for the soldiers at the block house.

10179-6-511-512-April 17, 1781: Top document. Capt. Robert George order to Israel Dodge at Fort Jefferson to issue twine to John Donne's family to make fishing lines.

10180-6-511-512-April 17, 1781: Second document. Capt. Robert George order to Israel Dodge at fort Jefferson to issue a pound of twine thread to David Kennedy to make a fishing line.

10181-6-511-512-April 9, 1781: Bottom document. Rations for 4 wagoners, who transported goods for use of General George Rogers Clark from Winchester to Stewarts Crossing in the Western Frontier. Names: Robert Craigen.

10182-6-513-514-April 10, 1781: Top document. Rations for 4 wagoners at North River, who transported goods for use of General Rogers Clark from Winchester to Stewarts Crossing in the Western Frontier.

10183-6-513-514-April 11, 1781: Second document. Thomas Jefferson informed auditors to pay warrant for Dec. 23, 1780 Falls of Ohio Bill of Exchange sent to Virginia Treasurer by Will Shannon and George Slaughter for payment to George Wilson for sundry articles supplied Illinois Department.

10184-6-513-514-April 25, 1781: Bottom document. Payment for use of guard. Names: John Hendrick, John Yocom, Capt. John Dodge.

10185-6-515-516-April 26, 1781: Top document. George Slaughter at Louisville certified John Campbell served 7 days as express man and was to be paid $420.

10186-6-515-516-April 23, 1781: Second document. Corn purchased. Names: Bland Ballard, Capt. [Richard] Chinoweth, ? Flonved, George Slaughter.

10187-6-515-516-April 24, 1781: Bottom document. Payment. Names: Joseph McDowell, William McFarlin, ? McCallister, James Lawley.

10188-6-517-518-April 3, 1781: Top document. Bill of Exchange sent from Louisville to Governor Thomas Jefferson by George Slaughter for payment to Simon Triplett for money advanced for troops.

10189-6-517-518-March 24, 1781: Bottom document. State of Virginia account with Francis Sneckinberger for 17 gimlets. Names: John Caldwell, Joseph Parkison.

10190-6-519-520-April 30, 1781: Top document. Whiskey purchased for use at Haymaker boat yard. Names: Joseph McDowell, James Boss?

10191-6-519-520-March 21, 1781: Center document. State of Virginia account with Philip Dailey. Names: Joseph Parkison, John Caldwell.

10192-6-519-520-March 21, 1781: Bottom document. State of Virginia account with Daniel Jacobs for potatoes. Names: Joseph Parkison, John Caldwell.

10193-6-521-522-April 21, 1781: Top document. State of Virginia account with Joseph Stillwell. Names: Thomas Gist.

10194-6-521-522-April 11, 1781: Second document. Thomas Jefferson order to auditors to issue warrant for payment of Falls of Ohio Bill of Exchange sent to Virginia Treasurer for payment to Thomas Myers, who furnished salt for the troops of the Western Department under command of George Rogers Clark. Names: William Shannon.

10195-6-521-522-April 13, 1781: Bottom document. Purchase of flour from Hendry Basion mill for use of General George Rogers Clark expedition. Names: Joseph Shaw, Samuel Newell?

10196-6-523-April 15, 1781: Top document. The Commonwealth of Virginia account with Peter Hitzel for bacon. Names: Joseph Parkison, John Caldwell.

10197-6-523-April 12, 1781. Bottom document. State of Virginia account with William Brown for bacon. Names: Joseph Parkison, John Caldwell.

10198-6-524-525-April 11, 1781: Top document. Faded. Thomas Jefferson order to auditors to issue warrant for October 4, 1780 Bill of Exchange sent from Falls of Ohio by Will Shannon and George Rogers Clark to Virginia treasurer for payment due Capt. William Pope.

10199-6-524-525-April 18, 1781: Bottom document. Faded. Bill of Exchange sent from Louisville by George Slaughter to Virginia Treasurer for payment due George Wilson for iron supplied the state. Names: Thomas Nelson, Jr.

10200-6-526-527-April 10, 1781: Top document. Commonwealth of Virginia account with Edmund Fair for pay as a matross.

10201-6-526-527-April 10, 1781: Bottom document. State of Virginia account with Joseph Bickett or Bicket for 284 pounds of bacon. Names: Joseph Parkison, John Caldwell.

10202-6-528-529-March 10, 1781: Top document. State of Virginia account with John Garret for 16 gallons of tar delivered to the boat yard. Names: Joseph Parkison, John Caldwell.

10203-6-528-529-April 6, 1781: Center document. Payment to Mr. Dysert? for carrying letters to Fort Jefferson. Reference to flour. Names: George Slaughter, Bland Ballard.

10204-6-528-529-April 23, 1781: Bottom document. Payment to William Harrison for making nails.

10205-6-530-531-April 26, 1781: Top document. Edward Ward sold 18 gallons and 1 pint of whiskey for use of Jacob Haymaker's boat yard.

10206-6-530-531-April. 6, 1781: Second document. Flour purchased for George Rogers Clark expedition. Names: Joseph Shaw, Philip Sheets?. Samuel Newell.

10207-6-530-531-April 26, 1781: Bottom document. State of Virginia account with Mary McGraw for bacon. Names: Joseph Parkison, John Caldwell.

10208-6-532-533-April 26, 1781: Top document. State of Virginia account with John Chambers for 23 bushels of potatoes. Names: Joseph Parkison, John Caldwell.

10209-6-532-533-April 1, 1781: Center document. Flour purchased. Names: William Harrison, Hans Hamilton.

10210-6-532-533-April 6, 1781: Bottom document. George Slaughter certified ? and corn were received from James Hogilan for use of soldiers, who were curing beef.

10211-6-534-535-April 2, 1781: Top document. Fort Patrick Henry issued [tallow] for candles. Names: Zephaniah Blackford, Capt. John Baley.

10212-6-534-535-April 13, 1781: Top right document. Fort Patrick Henry issued rations for 28 men, 3 women and 2 children of Capt. John Baley company.

10213-6-534-535-April 30, 1781: Third document. Flour issued to William Roberts.

10214-6-534-535-April 27, 1781: Bottom document. State of Virginia account with Richard Cunningham. Names: Joseph Parkison, John Caldwell.

10215-6-536-537-April 26, 1781: Top document. State of Virginia account with George Hunter for hemp. Names: Joseph Parkison, John Caldwell.

10216-6-536-537-April 28, 1781: Second document. State of Virginia account with John Johnson for ferry service of men and horses across Yonhagania River. Names: Joseph Parkison, John Caldwell.

10217-6-536-537-April 6, 1781: Third document on left. Fort Patrick Henry issued beef and indian meal ration for 4 days for 27 men, 3 women and 2 children in company of Capt. John Baley.

10218-6-536-537-April 8, 1781: Fourth document on right. George Slaughter order to issue 9 day ration to Ensign Asher's widow.

10219-6-538-539-April 28, 1781: State of Virginia account with ? Matthews. Names: Thomas Gist.

BOX 631-FOLDER 102

VOUCHERS-APRIL 1781

FRAMES #540-631

156 documents filmed on 111 frames.

10220, Fame #541-542-April 6, 1781: Top left document. Fort Jefferson issued tobacco to Capt. Robert George.

10221-6-541-542-April 21, 1781: Second document. Fort Jefferson issued tobacco. Names: Capt. Robert George, James Finn.

10222-6-541-542-April 6, 1781: Third document. Fort Jefferson issued tobacco to friendly indians. Names: Capt. Robert George, Leonard Helm.

10223-6-541-542-April 9, 1781: Fourth document. Capt. Robert George order to John Dodge to issue tobacco to Michael Miles.

10224-6-541-542-April 7, 1781: Fifth document on left. Fort Jefferson issued tobacco to 4 men in company of Capt. Abraham Kellar. Names: Capt. Robert George.

10225-6-541-542-April ?, 1781: Sixth document on right. Incomplete. Reference to Fort Jefferson and Israel Dodge.

10226-6-541-542-April 1, 1781: Bottom document. Fort Jefferson issued taffia to Ensign Jarret Williams.

10227-6-543-544-April 7, 1781: Top document. Fort Jefferson issued half a pound of tobacco to each of 8 men of the Illinois Regiment. Names: Capt. Robert George, Sergeant Michael Miles.

10228-6-543-544-April 2, 1781: Second document. Fort Jefferson issued 2 gallons of taffia to Ensign Jarret Williams.

10229-6-543-544-April 3, 1781: Third document. Fort Jefferson issued taffia to John Donne.

10230-6-543-544-April 2, 1781: Fourth document. Fort Jefferson issued a gallon of rum to Sergeant [Michael] Miles. Names: Capt. Robert George.

10231-6-543-544-April 3, 1781: Fifth document. Fort Jefferson issued taffia to Lieut. Richard Clark.

10232-6-543-544-April 6, 1781: Sixth document. Fort Jefferson issued 2 flat irons for use of Capt. Robert George.

10233-6-545-546-April 18, 1781: Top document. Fort Jefferson issued 2 flat irons for use of Capt. John Williams. Names: Capt. Robert George.

10234-6-545-546-April 6, 1781: Second document. Fort Jefferson issued a mahogany case with 11 bottles. Names: Capt. Robert George, Capt. John Williams.

10235-6-545-546-April 6, 1781: Third document. Fort Jefferson issued a pair of flat irons. Names: Leonard Helm, Capt. Robert George.

10236-6-545-546-April 2, 1781: Fourth document. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Jefferson to issue 1 gallon of taffia for use of boat master Buckner Pittman.

10237-6-545-546-April 24, 1781: Bottom document. Fort Jefferson issued thread. Names: Capt. Robert George, Israel Dodge, Lieut. James Calvit.

10238-6-547-549-April 22, 1781: Top document. Duplicate filming. Fort Jefferson issued thread to make cartridges. Names: Martin Carney, Israel Dodge, Capt. Robert George.

10239-6-547-549-April 2, 1781: Second document. Duplicate filming. Fort Jefferson issued 2 quarts of taffia. Names: Buckner Pittman, Capt. Robert George.

10240-6-547-549-April 25, 1781: Third document. Duplicate filming. Rations given to 3 men, who guarded indians. Names: Capt. John Dodge, Marguerite Linn?

10241-6-547-549-April ?, 1781: Bottom document. Unable to read.

10242-6-550-553-April 29, 1781: Top document. Duplicate filming. Fort Jefferson issued twine to make fishing lines. Names: Robert George, ? Dodge, Charles Morgan.

10243-6-550-553-March 5, 1781: Second document. Duplicate filming. Incomplete. Reference to James McCormick, Joseph Dowell and whiskey.

10244-6-550-553-April 2, 1781: Third document. Duplicate filming. Martin Carney issued 2 gallons of taffia to John Donne.

10245-6-550-553-April 26, 1781: Fourth document. Duplicate filming. Rations issued to a negro man of George Rogers Clark. Names: John Thurston.

10246-6-554-555-April 29, 1781: Top document. State of Virginia account with Samuel Culbertson for 3 gallons of whiskey. Names: William Shannon, D. Standeford.

10247-6-554-555-April 30, 1781: Second document. Reference to iron received from John Allen for use of George Rogers Clark expedition. Names: Samuel Seuelt?

10248-6-554-555-April 29, 1781: Bottom document. Faded. Reference to Capt. John Dodge, Isaac Davis, Joseph Saunders.

10249-6-556-557-April 13, 1781: Top document. Corn issued to pack horses. Names: Hans Hamilton,

10250-6-556-557-April 12, 1781: Second document. Payment. Names: Will Shannon, Thomas McGee.

10251-6-556-557-April 11, 1781: Third document. Will Shannon certified Harry Hill had supplied corn for use of the state of Virginia. Names: George Rogers Clark, Henry Maglon?

10252-6-556-557-April 25, 1781: Fourth document. Lieut. James Merriwither order to Falls of Ohio to issue forage for horses of George Rogers Clark.

10253-6-558-559-April 30, 1781: Top document. Fort Patrick Henry issued 30 day rations for an interpreter and his wife.

10254-6-558-559-April 18, 1781: Second document. Falls of Ohio issued whiskey, corn and meat. Names: Bland Ballard, George Slaughter, French and indian interpreter James Sherlock.

10255-6-558-559-April 17, 1781: Third document. Rations issued for 7 days for 20 men, and 1 washer woman. Names: Capt. John Rogers, George Slaughter.

10256-6-558-559-April 7, 1781: Bottom document. William Shannon paid Joseph Coombs for tar.

10257-6-560-563-April 18, 1781: Top document. Duplicate filming. Powder and lead issued for man in Capt. Thomas co. Names: Ensign William Roberts, George Slaughter.

10258-6-560-563-April 1, 1781: Second document. Duplicate filming. Fort Patrick Henry issued 6 day ration for a sergeant in Capt. [John] Rogers company. Names: Capt. John Baley.

10259-6-560-563-April 3, 1781: Third document. Duplicate filming. Fort Patrick Henry issued 3 day ration for 29 men, 3 women and 3 children in Capt. John Baley company.

10260-6-560-563-April 1, 1781: Fourth document. Duplicate filming. Capt. John Baley order to Fort Patrick Henry to issue a peck of corn for 2 horse of Capt. [John] Rogers troops.

10261-6-560-563-April 30, 1781: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Henry Beson issued 44 pounds of flour to Joseph Shane for use of the pack horse men.

10262-6-564-565-April 12, 1781: Top document. Fort Patrick Henry issued 4 day ration for Ensign Slaughter. Names: Capt. John Baley.

10263-6-564-565-October 24, 1781: Second document. Incomplete. Taffia. Names: Leonard Helm.

10264-6-564-565-April 29, 1781: Third document. Payment for corn. Names: Capt. John Dodge, Clough Overton.

10265-6-564-565-April 29, 1781: Bottom document. Receipt for iron. Names: John Allen, Joseph Parkison.

10266-6-566-569-April 30, 1781: Top document. Duplicate filming. Dark image. Capt. John Baley order to Fort Jefferson to issue rations for 28 men, 2 women and 2 children.

10267-6-566-569-April 30, 1781: Second document. Duplicate filming. Thomas Gist issued 128 pounds of salt beef ration to 4 pack horse drivers employed to transport flour from mills to the new store for use of the army under command of George Rogers Clark. Names: Hans Hamilton.

10268-6-566-569-April 29, 1781: Third document. Duplicate filming. Corn issued to Col. William Harrison regiment. Names: Hance Hamilton, Henry Beson.

10269-6-566-569-April 23, 1781: Fourth document. Duplicate filming. Reference to item supplied for use of boat yard. Names: Richard McMahon, Robert Wichliff.

10270-6-570-571-April 27, 1781: Top document. Joseph McDowell paid Robert Hoge? for 64 gallons of whiskey for use of boat builders of Jacob Haymaker. Names: John Hagart?

10271-6-570-571-April 26, 1781: Second document. Faded. George Slaughter at Louisville certified Frederick Dunfield Jr. had worked 7 days as an artificer.

10272-6-570-571-April 28, 1781: Third document. Reference to Harrisburg, Capt. John Dodge, Virginia and William Kays?

10273-6-570-571-April ?, 1781: Bottom document. William Harrison paid $200 to Janiest Metrafassy? for making 50 bags.

10274-6-572-575-April 26, 1781: Top document. Duplicate filming. Payment for wheat threshers. Names: William McFarlan, William McDowell, William McClellan.

10275-6-572-575-April 30, 1781: Second document. Duplicate filming. Reference to nails. Names: Benjamin Wells, James Japhinsan?

10276-6-572-575-April 29, 1781: Third document. Duplicate filming. State of Virginia account with Philip Smith for hemp.

10277-6-572-575-April 27, 1781: Fourth document. Duplicate filming. Henry Beeson issued a 36 pound flour ration to Hans Hamilton

10278-6-572-575-April 27, 1781: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Henry Beeson supplied 993 pounds of bran forage for horses of Hans Hamilton brigade.

10279-6-576-579-April 25, 1781: Top document. Duplicate filming. Reference to Harrisburg, bear fat, Capt. John Dodge, and William Corminy?

10280-6-576-579-April 29, 1781: Second document. Duplicate filming. Bags issued to John Alling by Nathan Young.

10281-6-576-579-April 28, 1781: Third document. Duplicate filming. Thomas Carrol supplied 29 bags of flour to Thomas Brown for use of General George Rogers Clark.

10282-6-576-579-April 30, 1781: Fourth document. Duplicate filming. Rations issued for 30 days at Fort Patrick Henry. Names: Zephaniah Blackford, Capt. John Baley.

10283-6-576-579-April 20, 1781: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Fort Patrick Henry issued 4 day rations for 28 men, 2 women and 2 children of Capt. John Baley company.

10284-6-580-581-April 29, 1781: Top document. Rations issued. Names: Benjamin Wells, James Saphenjaw?

10285-6-580-581-April ?, 1781: Second document. Rations issued for 8 days for 1 man. Names: Joseph Saunders, George Slaughter.

10286-6-580-581-April 26, 1781: Third document. Thomas Brown received 48 marked kegs of flour for George Rogers Clark from Joseph Shaw.

10287-6-580-581-April 27, 1781: Fourth document. Thomas Brown received 24 bags of flour for use of General George Rogers Clark Department from Joseph Shaw. One of the bags was marked N.B. and was damaged by water.

10288-6-580-581-April 28, 1781: Bottom document. Reference to Harrisburg, indians, Capt. John Dodge, Anne Poage.

10289-6-582-585-April 29, 1781: Top document. Duplicate filming. Bran and shorts provided for horses of Col. William Harrison. Names: Joseph Shanw, Henry Beson.

10290-6-582-585-April 3, 1781: Second document. Duplicate filming. Thomas Jefferson notification to auditors to issue a warrant to General George Rogers Clark.

10291-6-582-585-April 5, 1781: Third document. Duplicate filming. Beef ration issued to John Jackson. Names: Will Harrison, Thomas Gist.

10292-6-582-585-April 6, 1781: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Andrew Heth? received $30,000 for use of George Rogers Clark from William Harrison by the hand of Richard McMachen.

10293-6-586-587-April 6, 1781: Top document. Martha McKee was paid $144 for making 36 bags by William Harrison.

10294-6-586-587-April 2, 1781: Second document. Samuel Willson was paid $ 1403 by William Harrison for 40 gallons of whiskey.

10295-6-586-587-April 28, 1781: Third document. Powder and lead issued. Names: Will Shannon, George Slaughter.

10296-6-586-587-April 7, 1781: Fourth document. John Evans? supplied 44 pounds of mutton to N. Blake for use of boat yard at the mouth of George Creek.

10297-6-586-587-April 9, 1781: Bottom document. William Harrison paid $40 to Isaac Moody for making 35 bags.

10298-6-588-590-April 21, 1781: Top document. Duplicate filming. Dark image. Fort Patrick Henry issued 3 day rations for 28 men, 2 women and 2 children, who were in Capt. John Baley co. Names: George Slaughter.

10299-6-588-590-April 17, 1781: Second document. Duplicate filming. Rations issued to 24 men and 1 washer woman in Capt. John Rogers company. Names: George Slaughter.

10300-6-588-590-April 9, 1781: Third document. Duplicate filming. Rations issued for 32 men and 1 washer woman in Capt. [Benjamin] Roberts company and 8 day ration for widow of Sergeant Asher. Names: George Slaughter, Ensign William Roberts.

10301-6-588-590-April 9, 1781: Fourth document. Duplicate filming. Reference to 2 day ration, flour, mill, Will Shannon, Thomas Gist, and Peter Triplett.

10302-6-591-592-April 6, 1781: Top document. George Slaughter order to issue powder and ball for 4 men, who were going on express to Fort Jefferson. Names: George Rogers Clark.

10303-6-591-592-April 6, 1781: Second document. George Slaughter order to issue 6 day beef and flour ration for 4 men employed for express to Fort Jefferson. Names: George Rogers Clark.

10304-6-591-592-April 2, 1781: Third document. Fort Jefferson issued taffia to James Finn.

10305-6-591-592-April ?, 1781: Fourth document. Faded. Taffia issued to Capt. John Williams.

10306-6-591-592-April 13, 1781: Bottom document. Rations of lead and powder issued to 4 men, who were going on command to guard indians. Names: Joseph Saunders, George Slaughter.

10307-6-593-April 3, 1781: Top document. Benjamin Well supplied 150 pounds of beef to Hans Hamilton.

10308-6-593-April 8, 1781: Second document. Faded. Corn for horses.

10309-6-593-March 23, 1781: Third document. Thomas Carrol paid $100 for 2 bushels of corn for use of Hans Hamilton horses. Names: Peter Gilkaon?

10310-6-593-April 6, 1781: Fourth document. Nails supplied for boat yard building. Names: James Stevenson, William Currion?, Joseph Sashyon?

10311-6-593-March 17, 1781: Bottom document. Patrick Riley was paid $140 by Thomas Carrol for corn for horses in the service of Hans Hamilton brigade.

10312-6-594-595-March 22, 1781: Top document. Thomas Carrol supplied bending iron to the state of Virginia. Names: Robert McCoy.

10313-6-594-595-No Date: Second document. Thomas Carrol paid $40 to Benjamin Fry, who moved iron belonging to the state of Virginia to the smith shop.

10314-6-594-595-March 24, 1781: Third document. Thomas Carrol paid $480 to John Haug? for cutting and bending iron belonging to the state of Virginia.

10315-6-594-595-April 26, 1781: Bottom document. Faded. Fort Jefferson issued tobacco to 43 men of the Gilmore regiment. Names: Capt. Robert George, Michael Miles.

10316-6-596-597-April 11, 1781: Top document. Reference to beef, Benjamin Wells, Hance Hamilton, W. Parkers, boat yard and ? McMickel.

10317-6-596-597-April 22, 1781: Second document. Incomplete. Replacement of corn borrowed from Lett Walter for use of Col. George Slaughter. Names: Bland Ballard.

10318-6-596-597-April 1, 1781: Third document. Rations issued to Will Shannon and boy.

10319-6-596-597-April ?, 1781: Fourth document. Faded. Taffia issued to James Finn.

10320-6-596-597-April 5, 1781: Bottom document. Beef sold by Robert Heath for use of boat builders in service of George Rogers Clark. Names: John Caldwell.

10321-6-598-599-April 2, 1781: Top document. Benjamin Wells supplied corn forage for Hans Hamilton.

10322-6-598-599-April 8, 1781: Second document. Dry beef supplied at Falls of Ohio. Names: Capt. Richard Chinoweth, George Slaughter, Will Shannon, Squire Boone, Nathaniel Tomlinson.

10323-6-598-599-April 20, 1781. Third document. Rations issued for 8 days to 21 men and 2 washer women in Capt. Thomas company. Names: William Montgomery, George Slaughter.

10324-6-598-599-April 17, 1781: Fourth document. Faded. Fort Louisville issued powder and lead for a sergeant and private in the 8th Pennsylvania Regiment. Names: Sergeant Simon Fletcher, George Slaughter.

10325-6-600-603-April 2, 1781: Top document. Duplicate filming. Rations issued for 3 wagoners on trip from Stewarts Crossing. Names: Robert Craigen.

10326-6-600-603-April 17, 1781: Second document. Duplicate filming. Corn for horses. Names: Henry Beson, Col. [Hans] Hamilton, Joseph Shanw.

10327-6-600-603-April 17, 1781: Third document. Duplicate filming. Flour ration issued for pack horse men. Names: Henry Beson, Joseph Shanw.

10328-6-600-603-April 10, 1781: Fourth document. Duplicate filming. Paper issued for use of boat yard. Names: Joseph Parkison, William Harrison.

10329-6-600-603-April 12, 1781: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Paper was issued for use of commissary. Names: Benjamin Wells.

10330-6-604-605-April 2, 1781: Top document. Flour issued to spy. Names: Philemon Waters, George Slaughter.

10331-6-604-605-April 16, 1781: Second document. Salt beef. Names: Benjamin Wells, Jamey Backhose?

10332-6-604-605-April 19, 1781: Third document. Iron supplied by John Irwin for use of boats at boat yard. Names: William Harrison, Joseph Parkison.

10333-6-604-605-April 19, 1781: Bottom document. Corn supplied for builder at boat yard of Jacob Haymaker. Names: Joseph McDowell, John Rock.

10334-6-606-607-April 19, 1781: Top document. Joseph McDowell supplied corn for use of boat builders of Jacob Haymaker. Names: William Paul.

10335-6-606-607-April 19, 1781: Second document. Joseph Shaw brought 38 kegs of flour from Hendry Bacon mill for George Rogers Clark expedition. Names: P. Samuel Sewith?

10336-6-606-607-April 17, 1781: Third document. William McFarling paid George Redmon for pork.

10337-6-606-607-April 17, 1781: Fourth document. Faded. Rations issued for 2 washer women of Capt. Ward? company. Names; Joseph Saunders, George Slaughter.

10338-6-608-609-April 20, 1781: Top document. Expenditure for pork for Jacob Haymaker boat builders. Names: Joseph McDowell, John Crognou?, John Berkman.

10339-6-608-609-April 16, 1781: Second document. Reference to boat builders. Names: William Harrison, Robert Wickliff.

10340-6-608-609-April 16, 1781: Third document. Gimlets supplied for use at Jacob Haymaker's boat yard. Names: William Harrison, Jacob Wyant.

10341-6-608-609-April 20, 1781: Bottom document. Expenditure for corn. Names: Jeremiah Sharp, Joseph McDowell.

10342-6-610-611-April 20, 1781: Top document. Faded. Names: Benjamin Wells, James Jafferson?

10343-6-610-611-April 14, 1781: Second document. Bran forage for pack horses. Names: Benjamin Wells, Ephrian Sathe.

10344-6-610-611-April 15, 1781: Third document. Bags of flour from Hendry Bason's mill were taken by Thomas Carrol to Samuel Newell.

10345-6-610-611-April 20, 1781: Fourth document. Joseph McDowell paid $114 to Nehemiah Sharp for 219 pounds of pork.

10346-6-610-611-April 20, 1781: Bottom document. Robert Mitchell paid $216 to Samuel McGmly for 31 pounds of iron.

10347-6-612-613-April 19, 1781: Top document. Joseph McDowell paid $400 to John Rodormale for 10 gallons of whiskey costing $40 a gallon.

10348-6-612-613-April 12, 1781: Second document. Faded. Reference to lead for guard use at the saw mill, boat yard at mouth of George Creek. Names: Robert Wickliff, Capt. Thomas Gist.

10349-6-612-613-April 21, 1781: Third document. John John supplied bran for horses of William Harrison. Names: John McKinley.

10350-6-612-613-April 1, 1781: Bottom document. George Wilson at the Falls of Ohio issued 4 gallons of whiskey to Willis Green for acting as quarter master for December, January, and February. Names: Will Shannon.

10351-6-614-615-April 21, 1781: Top document. Melissa Leonard? supplied 40 kegs of flour to Samuel Newell for the Clark expedition.

10352-6-614-615-April 21, 1781: Second document. William McFarland paid James Ewing.

10353-6-614-615-April 22, 1781: Third document. Joseph McDowell paid John Fleming for pork.

10354-6-614-615-April 21, 1781: Bottom document. John John supplied corn for use of Col. William Harrison horses. Names: John McKinley.

10355-6-616-619-April 12, 1781: Top document. Duplicate filming. Dark image. Fort Patrick Henry issued powder, lead and flints for 2 men of Capt. John Baley co.

10356-6-616-619-April 25, 1781: Second document. Duplicate filming. State of Virginia account with John Bicket for hemp. Names: Joseph Parkison, John Caldwell.

10357-6-616-619-April 24, 1781: Third document. Duplicate filming. David Kennedy at Stewarts Crossing received 23 pounds of bacon, 30 pounds of flour, 6 bushels of corn, 27 bushels of bran for 12 horses for use of wagoners, who had transported supplies from Winchester for [George Rogers] Clark. Names: Col. William Harrison.

10358-6-616-619 April 24, 1781: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Reference to bags, Major Harrison, and Nathan Young.

10359-6-620-621-March 25, 1781: Top document. State of Virginia account with Frank Super for steel. Names: Joseph Parkison, John Caldwell.

10360-6-620-621-April 23, 1781: Second document. State of Virginia account with Joseph Warner for bran. Names: Joseph Parkison, John Caldwell.

10361-6-620-621-April 9, 1781: Third document. Faded. Reference to flour.

10362-6-620-621-April 9, 1781: Bottom document. John supplied corn for horses of Col. Harrison. Names: Joseph Shaw.

10363-6-622-623-April 20, 1781: Top document. Col. Floyd supplied corn for use of Capt. McGee. Names: Ensign Isaac Wright.

10364-6-622-623-April 6, 1781: Second document. Hans Hamilton supplied 60 kegs of flour from Ralph Cherry's mill for use of George Rogers Clark expedition. Names: Samuel Newell.

10365-6-622-623-April 3, 1781: Third document. Henry Bason supplied 191 pounds of bran for use of 28 horses of Col. Harrison. Names: Joseph Shaw.

10366-6-622-623-April 29, 1781: Bottom document. Reference to Elizabeth Wanton?, rations for indians and to guard. Names: Capt. John Dodge, Ebenezer Wanton?

10367-6-624-627-April 9, 1781: Top document. Duplicate filming. John supplied corn for use of Col. William Harrison horses. Names: Joseph Shaw.

10368-6-624-627-April 13, 1781: Second document. Duplicate filming. Samuel Newell received flour for George Rogers Clark expedition.

10369-6-624-627-April 13, 1781: Third document. Duplicate filming. Henry Beson supplied 43 pounds of bran and shorts to Thomas Carrol.

10370-6-624-627-April 13, 1781: Fourth document. Benjamin Wells supplied bags to Hans Hamilton.

10371-6-#624-627-April 12, 1781: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Names: Thomas Gist supplied beef ration for 2 drivers employed in transporting flour from Beson's mill to the new store. Names: Thomas Carrol.

10372-6-628-631-April 9, 1781: Top document. Duplicate filming. Henry Beson supplied bran and shorts for horses. Names: Joseph Shaw.

10373-6-628-631-April 17, 1781: Second document. Duplicate filming. Henry Beson supplied bran and shorts for Col. William Harrison horses. Names: Joseph Shane.

10374-6-628-631-April 16, 1781: Third document. Duplicate filming. William Harrison issued 3 gimlets, files, and paper for use of [boat] yard. Names: Robert Wickliff.

10375-6-628-631-April 16, 1781: Fourth document. Duplicate filming. William Harrison paid $220 for 9 gimlets sold by Francis Sinkinberger.

10376-6-628-631-April 13, 1781: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Henry Beson supplied 9 pounds of flour for use of the pack horse [drivers]. Names: Thomas Carrol.

BOX 632-FOLDER 103

LETTERS-MAY 1781

FRAMES #632-634

2 documents filmed on 3 frames.

10377-6-633-May 30, 1781: John Gibson letter to Governor Thomas Jefferson. Filed and printed else where.

10378-6-634-May 31, 1781: George Slaughter letter to Governor Thomas Jefferson. Filed and printed else where.

BOX 632-FOLDER 104

PAPERS-MAY 1781

FRAMES #635-841

381 documents filmed on 206 frames.

10379-6-636-637-May 17, 1781: Letter written from Lincoln County by Stephen Trigg to Joseph Lindsey concerning the need to supply provisions for part of the militia, which had been required to defend the area due to the frequent attacks by the enemy.

10380-6-638-639-May 12, 1781: Top document. Will Shannon's instruction to George Wilson to deliver 12 bushels of indian meal, 220 pounds of flour, 250 pounds of dried beef, and 20 gallons of whiskey for the return trip of Mr. Frederick Dunfield Jr., who had taken 300 gallon of whiskey to use in purchasing deer skins at O'Post (Vincennes). Names: George Rogers Clark.

10381-6-638-639-May 3, 1781: Bottom document. Expenditure for corn. Names: Joseph McDowell, ? Ferguson.

10382-6-640-643-May 5, 1781: Top document. Duplicate filming. Faded. Joseph Shaw issued 50 kegs to use for flour to Dennis McDroart?

10383-6-640-643-May 4, 1781: Second document. Duplicate filming. Powder and lead issued to Capt. Benjamin Roberts co. Names: George Slaughter, Ensign William Roberts.

10384-6-640-643-May 2, 1781: Third document. Duplicate filming. Faded. Henry Beson supplied bran and short forage for horses of Col. William Harrison. Names: Joseph Shaw.

10385-6-644-645-May 31, 1781: State of Virginia account with John Small for sawing done at his mill for use of the boats being built for George Rogers Clark at Jacob Haymaker's boat yard. Document is faded and appears to have water stains. Cost for account was $15,611.

10386-6-646-647-May 11, 1781: Top document. Dark image. Fort Patrick Henry issued powder, flints and lead for 26 hunters in Capt. John Baley co.

10387-6-646-647-May 4, 1781: Second document. A flour barrel was issued by David Kennedy to Hugh McGavoch for Col. Crockett's company to cure skins.

10388-6-646-647-May 4, 1781: Third document. N. Wedron gave 35 empty kegs to Samuel Newell for George Rogers Clark to use on the expedition.

10389-6-646-647-May 4, 1781: Fourth document. Matthew Harmon supplied 100 gallons of tar for boats being built for George Rogers Clark. Names: Joseph Parkison.

10390-6-646-647-May 2, 1781: Bottom document. James Allison was to deliver 470 pounds of beef, which had been received from Andrew Linn for Capt. Thomas Gist.

10391-6-648-650-May 11, 1781: Top document. Duplicate filming. Henry Beson issued 58 pounds of flour for ration of Hans Hamilton.

10392-6-648-650-May 8, 1781: Second document. Duplicate filming. Payment for ? at [Jacob] Haymaker boat yard. Names: Joseph McDowell, John Little, Asa Cook.

10393-6-648-650-May 5, 1781: Third document. Duplicate filming. Hans Hamilton gave 58 kegs of flour to Thomas Brown for use of George Rogers Clark Department.

10394-6-648-650-May 6, 1781: Fourth document. Duplicate filming. Faded. Payment for artificer. Names: Robert Wickliff, Samuel Hudmore?, Hugh Blake.

10395-6-648-650-May 4, 1781: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Names: Joseph Shaw, Thomas Brown, George Rogers Clark Department.

10396-6-651-May 10, 1781: Top document. State of Virginia account with Fabian Duker or Docker for sawing logs and providing timbers for boats. Names: Joseph Parkison, John Caldwell.

10397-6-651-May 11, 1781: Second document. Thomas Brown received 15 bags and 20 kegs of flour from Hans Hamilton for use of George Rogers Clark Department.

10398-6-651-May 12, 1781: Third document. Expenditure for dried beef for use of George Slaughter troops. Names: Bland Ballard, James Finn, Capt. William Shannon, Capt. [Richard] Chinoweth.

10399-6-651-May 5, 1781: Fourth document. Corn. Names: John, James Ferguson.

10400-6-652-655-May 1, 1781: Top document. Duplicate filming. Cornet John Thruston order to ? Chinoweth for corn forage for horses.

10401-6-652-655-May 26, 1781: Second document. Duplicate filming. Benjamin Wells gave 1 gallon of whiskey as payment to Gerret Thomas for hauling flour from mill on Yonhagania River. Names: David Jones.

10402-6-652-655-May 2, 1781: Third document. Duplicate filming. Henry Beson gave corn and rye to Joseph Shaw for use of Col. William Harrison horses.

10403-6-652-655-May 1, 1781: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Expenditure for corn and cheese for use at Clark Station. Names: George Fetter, John Dodge.

10404-6-656-659-May 1, 1781: Top document. Duplicate filming. Thomas Brown received 28 bags of flour from Hans Hamilton for use of George Rogers Clark Department.

10405-6-656-659-May 4, 1781: Second document. Duplicate filming. Henry Beson gave bran for horses of Hans Hamilton.

10406-6-656-659-May 4, 1781: Third document. Duplicate filming. Payment for flour. Names: Thomas Gist, Robert Patton, Francis Patton.

10407-6-656-659-May 3, 1781: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Philip Shute supplied bran for horses of Hans Hamilton.

10408-6-660-661-May 10, 1781: Top document. State of Virginia account with Nicholas Depue. Names: Joseph Parkison, John Caldwell.

10409-6-660-661-May 1, 1781: Second document. Payment and employment of Thomas Barry at the mouth of George Creek. Names: Robert Wickliff, Hugh Blake.

10410-6-660-661-May 1, 1781: Third document on left. Cornet John Thruston order for rations for George Rogers Clark negroes.

10411-6-660-661-May 9, 1781: Fourth document on right. Kegs. Names: John McKinley, Henry Beson.

10412-6-660-661-May 3, 1781: Bottom document. Rations issued to Ensign William Roberts.

10413-6-662-663-May 4, 1781: Top document. Capt. Robert George order to issue a bottle of taffia to Lieut. [Valentine Thomas] Dalton.

10414-6-662-663-May 1, 1781: Second document. Bags for Jacob Haymaker boat yard. Names: John Wyant, William Harrison.

10415-6-662-663-May 5, 1781: Bottom document. Tobacco given to indians going to the government from Logans Town. Names: Capt. John Dodge, Orsira Odging?

10416-6-664-665-May 1, 1781: Top document. State of Virginia account with Patrick McConahey for 1000 pounds of beef. Names: Joseph Parkison, John Caldwell.

10417-6-664-665-May 15, 1781: Second document on left. John Haidon? supplied 26 bushels of corn for use of pack horses. Names: Hans Hamilton.

10418-6-664-665-May 15, 1781: Third document on right. John Haidon? supplied 23 bushels of corn for pack horses. Names: Joseph Shane.

10419-6-664-665-May 28, 1781: Fourth document. Powder issued to 13 men. Names: Richard Chinoweth, George Slaughter.

10420-6-664-665-May 4, 1781: Bottom document. Wheat. Names: James Finley, Thomas Gist, Phil Shute.

10421-6-666-May 2, 1781: Top document. Capt. John Williams request for 7 bottles of taffia for himself and Lieut. Gerault.

10422-6-666-May 2, 1781: Second document. Flour issued for use of Col. Crockett's Regiment. Names: Col. David Kennedy, Hugh McGavock.

10423-6-666-May 7, 1781: Third document. Expenditure for saddle for pack horse going to the government. Names: Capt. John Dodge, Anne Porsten?, Joseph Saunders.

10424-6-666-May 7, 1781: Bottom document. Pound of yarn to make black lines for the use of boat yard at the mouth of George Creek. Names: Capt. Thomas Gist, Robert Wickliff.

10425-6-667-668-May 6, 1781: Top document. State of Virginia account with William Richey for hemp for use of the boat [builders]. Names: Joseph Parkison, John Caldwell.

10426-6-667-668-May 7, 1781: Second document. Philip Shute supplied rye for horses of Hans Hamilton.

10427-6-667-668-May 5, 1781: Third document. Capt. John Dodge bought bear meat for use of his party going to the government. Names: William Clary.

10428-6-667-668-May 6, 1781: Bottom document. Robert Wickliff paid Robert Survens for working as boat yard chopper at the mouth of George Creek. Names: Hugh Blake.

10429-6-669-670-May 11, 1781: Top document. George Slaughter order to issue rations for 7 men and 1 washer woman.

10430-6-669-670-May 6, 1781: Second document. Robert Wickliff paid ? Miles for working as a chopper at the boat yard at the mouth of George Creek. Names: Hugh Blake.

10431-6-669-670-May 10, 1781: Bottom document. State of Virginia account with John Hopkins for beef for boat builders. Names: Joseph Parkison, John Caldwell.

10432-6-671-672-May 10, 1781. Top document. Iron for use of boat yard. Names: William Harrison, Jacob Haymaker, John Wyant.

10433-6-671-672-May 1, 1781: Second document. Commonwealth of Virgina account with James Moody for 14 shirts. Names: William Harrison.

10434-6-671-672-May 8, 1781: Third document. Beef ration for pack horse men. Names: Thomas Gist, John Hardin, ? McCleans, Joseph Shane.

10435-6-673-674-May 7, 1781: Top document. Benjamin Field paid C. Beeber for shoeing horses, diet of corn and grog.

10436-6-673-674-May 7, 1781: Second document. Hans Hamilton received 48 kegs of flour from Burdett Litton. Names: Capt. Thomas Gist.

10437-6-673-674-May 8, 1781: Third document. Faded. Reference to 68 flour kegs. Names: Joseph Roberts, Capt. Crockett?

10438-6-673-674-May 9, 1781: Fourth document. Benjamin Wells supplied 17 pounds of bran. Names: Hance Hamilton, Sergeant James.

10439-6-673-674-May 9, 1781: Fifth document. Robert Paton supplied 5 bushels of corn for pack horses of Col. William Harrison. Names: Joseph Shaw.

10440-6-675-676-May 8, 1781: Top document. O. Robins received 30 flour kegs from Stephen Hall.

10441-6-675-676-May 8, 1781: Second document. Robert Paton supplied 14 pounds of flour for use of pack horses. Names: Joseph Shane.

10442-6-675-676-May 8, 1781: Third document. Robert Paton supplied 531 pounds of bran for Col. William Harrison horses. Names: Joseph Shane.

10443-6-675-676-May 9, 1781: Fourth document on left. Faded. Kegs of flour. Names: Joseph Shaw, Robert McClain, George Rogers Clark.

10444-6-675-676-No Date. Fifth document on right. Faded. Names: Thomas Gist.

10445-6-675-676-May 10, 1781: Bottom document. Whiskey issued to fatigue party going by water transportation to salt works. Names: George Wilson, John Fast, Will Shannon.

10446-6-677-678-May 8, 1781: Top document. John Luce? was paid for 4 day employment as chopper at boat yard at mouth of George Creek. Names: Hugh Blake, Robert Wickliff.

10447-6-677-678-May 9, 1781: Second document. Isaac Philips was paid for 8 day employment as chopper at the mouth of George Creek boat yard. Names: Hugh Blake, Robert Wickliff.

10448-6-677-678-May 8, 1781: Third document. James Moor was paid for 5 day employment at chopper a the mouth of George Creek boat yard. Names: Hugh Blake, Robert Wickliff.

10449-6-679-680-May 9, 1781: Top document. Corn forage for horses of Hans Hamilton. Names: Benjamin Wells, Janey Jafferson.

10450-6-679-680-May 8, 1781: Second document. Beef and corn ration for 14 men of Capt. [John] Rogers company. Names: Richard Chinoweth, John Merriwither.

10451-6-679-680-May 10, 1781: Third document. Benjamin Wells paid $22 for turning 49 pounds of iron into 23 pounds of nails. Names: Craft Cars, Shott Roy?

10452-6-681-682-May 10, 1781: Top document. Reference to bear skins and other skins received at Kaskaskia. Names: Capt. John Rogers, Israel Dodge.

10453-6-681-682-May 15, 1781: Second document. John Donne was issued 3 pints of taffia.

10454-6-681-682-May 8, 1781: Third document. Expenditures for transporting goods from Stewarts Crossing to Jacob Haymaker's boat yard. Names: Joseph McDowell, Joseph Weymouth?. Jacob Wyant.

10455-6-681-682-May 12, 1781: Bottom document. Liquor or whiskey was issued for payment to John Gerby, who worked as a chopper at mouth of George Creek boat yard. Names: Robert Wickliff, Hugh Blake.

10456-6-683-684-May 7, 1781: Top document. Capt. Thomas Gist supplied 74 pounds of nails to Robert Wickliff for use of mouth of George Creek boat yard.

10457-6-683-684-May 12, 1781: Second document. Bags. Names: William Harrison, Hans Hamilton.

10458-6-683-684-May 29, 1781: Third document. Joseph Shaw supplied 30 kegs of flour. Names: Robert McClain.

10459-6-683-684-May 26, 1781: Bottom document. State of Virginia account with John Powers for pork. Names: Joseph Parkison, John Caldwell.

10460-6-685-686-May 20, 1781: Top document. Payment for use of horses to Jacob Sinit by Joseph McDowell.

10461-6-685-686-May 26, 1781: Second document on left. Payment to Horvan Plant for corn by Joseph McDowell.

10462-6-685-686-May 28, 1781: Third document on right. Expenditures for a hog and bull. Names: Richard Machen, William Fry.

10463-6-685-686-May 26, 1781: Fourth document. Expenditure for 295 pounds of beef for Col. Crockett's regiment. Names: Robert Kennedy, Hugh McGovock, A. Heth.

10464-6-685-686-May 31, 1781: Bottom document. Names: Col. Montgomery, Major Williams.

10465-6-687-688-May 30, 1781: Top document. State of Virginia account with Thomas Parkison for service of wagon driver. Names: Joseph Parkison, John Caldwell.

10466-6-687-688-May 17, 1781: Second document. Rations for 8 days issued to William Robinson.

10467-6-687-688-May 31, 1781: Third document. Tobacco issued to Capt. John Williams.

10468-6-689-690-May 20, 1781: Top document. Pork. Names: Joseph McDowell, John Wyant.

10469-6-689-690-May 20, 1781: Second document. Flour. Names: Samuel Newell, Peter Little?

10470-6-689-690-May 21, 1781: Third document. Ferry service for men and horses over New River. Names: W. Ingles.

10471-6-689-690-May ?, 1781: Fourth document on left. Faded. Names: Capt. John Rogers.

10472-6-689-690-May 17, 1781: Fifth document on right. Ensign William Roberts request for tallow for mess.

10473-6-691-692-May 23, 1781: Top document. John Barr was paid $3200 by Joseph McDowell for 80 gallons of whiskey for use of boat yard department.

10474-6-691-692-May 21, 1781: Second document. John Dodge paid John Kent for portage and diet for party going to government.

10475-6-691-692-May 21, 1781: Third document. Ink spots. Whiskey. Names: William Harrison, Hugh South?

10476-6-691-692-May 23, 1781: Fourth document. Robert Wickliff paid John Lamme for working as artificer at mouth of George Creek boat yard.

10477-6-691-692-May 22, 1781: Fifth document. Robert Wickliff paid John Scott for working as sawyer at mouth of George Creek boat yard.

10478-6-693-694-May 20, 1781: Top document. Capt. Thomas Gist issued tar to Robert Wickliff for use at mouth of George Creek boat yard.

10479-6-693-694-May 19, 1781: Second document. State of Virginia account with Abraham Faye for bacon. Names: Joseph Parkison, John Caldwell.

10480-6-693-694-May 26, 1781: Bottom document. Rations for 22 men and 1 washer woman in Capt. Thomas company. Names: Sergeant Turner Rieve?, George Slaughter.

10481-6-695-696-May 19, 1781: Top document. Corn forage for horses at Louisville. Names: Capt. John Rogers, George Slaughter.

10482-6-695-696-June 10, 1781: Second document. Written in French. Account for furniture. Names: Samingue Ravir?

10483-6-695-696-May 18, 1781: Bottom document. Payment for employment of negro man of John Hardin as a sawyer at the mouth of George Creek boat yard. Names: Nicholas Blake.

10484-6-697-May 18, 1781: Top document. Beef, bullock and bacon for company of Col. Joseph Crockett. Names: William Harrison, Hugh McGavock.

10485-6-697-May 19, 1781: Second document. Bacon issued for Col. [Joseph] Crockett company. Names: Gilbert Simpson, George Walls, Hugh McCavock.

10486-6-697-May 19, 1781: Third document. Lodging and rations provided in Montgomery County for Capt. John Dodge who was going to government. Names: James McGovack.

10487-6-698-699-May 19, 1781: Top document. Hans Hamilton supplied nails to Nicholas Blake for use of boat yard at mouth of George Creek.

10488-6-698-699-May 19, 1781: Second document. Hans Hamilton issued 5 bags for use of flour for the George Rogers Clark expedition. Names: John Mason.

10489-6-698-699-May 18, 1781: Third document on left. John Crockett of Montgomery County was paid for corn and rations by Capt. John Dodge, who was on his way to the government.

10490-6-698-699-May 18, 1781: Fourth document on right. John Hardin provided 31 pound of flour to Joseph Shane.

10491-6-698-699-May 19, 1781: Bottom document. John Mason supplied Hans Hamilton with 30 pounds of flour for use of men of his brigade.

10492-6-700-701-May 18, 1781: Top document. State of Virginia account with John Lovjoy for 220 pounds of beef. Names: Joseph Parkison, John Caldwell.

10493-6-700-701-May 23, 1781: Second document. Faded. Names: Nicholas Blake, L. Ward.

10494-6-700-701-May 27, 1781: Third document. Payment by Joseph McDowell of $1340 to William Wood, who was employed with his teams from March 5, 1781 to May 28, 1781 in the boat yard department.

10495,-6-702-703-May 25, 1781: Top document. Payment for beef provided for boat yard of Jacob Haymaker. Names: Joseph McDowell, Boston Frederick.

10496-6-702-703-May 30, 1781: Second document on left. Rations for 4 men in brigade of Hans Hamilton.

10497-6-702-703-May 23, 1781: Third document on right. Robert McClain received 40 kegs from Joseph Shaw.

10498-6-702-703-27, 1781: Fourth document. State of Virginia account with George Mofford for making 1,750 nails. Names: John Caldwell, Joseph Parkison.

10499-6-702-703-May 24, 1781: Bottom document. Expenditure for bacon. Names: Will Shannon, Gilbert Simpson, Major Williams.

10500-6-704-705-May 27, 1781: Top document. Samuel Ault was paid for employment as an artificer at the boat yard at the mouth of George Creek. Names: Nicholas Blake, Robert Wickliff.

10501-6-704-705-May 25, 1781: Second document. Payment to John Curley? for building boats at boat yard at mouth of George Creek. Names: Alex McPherson, Robert Wickliff.

10502-6-704-705-May 31, 1781: Third document. Abraham Hays sold a beef steer to Joseph McDowell for use of the Boat Masters Department.

10503-6-704-705-May 28, 1781: Bottom document. John Hardin supplied 12 bushels of corn to Joseph Shane.

10504-6-706-May 28, 1781: Top document. William Lyon sold a bull for $ 1200 to of John Wright on behalf of Joseph McDowell, who was purchasing commissary for the boat yard under the care of Jacob Haymaker. Names: John Cooper.

10505-6-706-May 23, 1781: Second document. Nails and tar for the boat yard. Names: Alexander Craig, Joseph Robimon, Benjamin Wells, William Harrison.

10506-6-706-May 28, 1781: Third document. Payment by corn for hauling Col. Crockett's baggage by wagons. Names: John, Charles Beiler, James Wilts?, Jacob Canyon?

10507-6-707-May 24, 1781: Top document. Reference to driving bullocks from south branch of Potomac River to the new store on Monongahela River and payment in bacon. Names: William Carter, William Harrison, Col. Crockett.

10508-6-707-May 24, 1781: Second document. Payment for a pair of cotton cords [trousers] and reference to bag for use of troops at Fort Clark. Names: Patt Kennedy, ? Pere.

10509-6-707-May 23, 1781: Third document. Pork purchased for use of boat masters department. Names: Joseph McDowell, John Burr.

10510-6-707-May 23, 1781: Bottom document. Pork purchased for use of boat masters department. Names: Joseph McDowell, James Williams.

10511-6-708-May 24, 1781. Top document. Joseph Shane received 60 pounds of flour from Robert Paton for use of the park horse men under command of William Harrison.

10512-6-708-May 23, 1781: Second document. Charles Beiler received bran from John for use of wagoners employed hauling baggage of Col. Crockett's regiment to the new store on the Monongahela River.

10513-6-708-May 12, 1781: Third document. Faded. Joseph McDowell paid for use of a pack horse employed for 48 days at cost of $ 30 per day.

10514-6-708-May 2, 1781: Bottom document. Faded. Provisions. Names: A. Blane

10515-6-709-710-May 30, 1781: Top document. Rations issued for 3 men employed in boat carrying flour to Fort Pitt. Names: Peter Triplett.

10516-6-709-710-May 28, 1781: Second document. Commonwealth of Virginia purchased a beef cow and 30 bushels of corn from John Dawson. Names: William Harrison.

10517-6-709-710-May 29, 1781: Bottom document. John supplied bran for brigade of Jeremiah McKiblim?

10518-6-711-712-May 25, 1781: Top document. Fort Jefferson issued taffia to James Finn.

10519-6-711-712-May ?, 1781: Second document. John supplied bran for brigade of Jack McKiblim? Names: Jay Bier?

10520 -6-711-712-May 25, 1781: Third document. Payment for pasture of beef. Names: Boston Frederick, Jacob Haymaker, Joseph McDowell, Caprian? Brentfoil?

10521-6-711-712-May 30, 1781: Fourth document. Flour for use of George Rogers Clark's Department. Names: Joseph Shaw, Robert McClain.

10522-6-711-712-May 27, 1781: Bottom document. Faded. Payment for employment as sawyer in boat yard at mouth of George Creek. Names: Robert Wickliff, Nicholas Blake, Aramas Monford.

10523-6-713-714-May 30, 1781: Top document. Dark image. Ensign William Roberts order to issue rations to John Bowman.

10524-6-713-714-May 25, 1781: Second document. Joseph McDowell paid $300 to Ebram Whitecox for 6 gallons of whisky for use of boat builders commanded by Jacob Haymaker.

10525-6-713-714-May 28, 1781: Third document. Richard McMachen paid Andrew Hood for a hog.

10526-6-713-714-May 30, 1781: Bottom document. Commonwealth of Virginia account with Rachel Robins for making 8 white linen shirts and 19 bags. Names: William Harrison.

10527-6-715-May 25, 1781: Top document. Joseph McDowell paid $ 1800 to Macab Burk for beef for use of Jacob Haymaker's boat builders.

10528-6-715-May 18, 1781: Second document. Major George Walls order to deliver a box of medicine to Doctor Charles Green, Surgeon.

10529-6-715-May 28, 1781: Bottom document. State of Virginia account with Nicholas Depue for lead, saw logs for bottom plank. Names: Joseph Parkinson, John Caldwell.

10530-6-716-717-May 1, 1781: State of Virginia account with John Small's mill for sawing materials for the Jacob Haymaker boat yard, which was building boats for General George Rogers Clark. Cost was $ 6006. Names: E. Wyant, William Harrison. Unable to read 1 name.

10531-6-718-719-May 15, 1781: Top left document. John Hardin supplied flour to Joseph Shane.

10532-6-718-719-May 6, 1781: Top right document. Benjamin Field paid James Blue for express.

10533-6-718-719-May 18, 1781: Third document. Rations issued for 36 men and 1 washer woman in company of Capt. [Benjamin] Roberts and for widow of Ensign Asher. Names: Ensign William Roberts, George Slaughter.

10534-6-718-719-May 12, 1781: Fourth document. State of Virginia account with Samuel Meek for 263 pounds of beef. Names: Joseph Parkison, John Caldwell.

10535-6-718-719-May 12, 1781: Bottom document. Capt. John Baley order to issue gun/rifle to a man of Capt. Walker.

10536-6-720-721-May 15, 1781: Top document. Faded. Names: Benjamin Wells, Hans Hamilton

10537-6-720-721-May 24, 1781: Second document. Faded. Powder and lead issued. Names: Lieut. James Slaughter, George Slaughter.

10538-6-720-721-May 11, 1781: Third document. Rations issued for 23 men and 1 washer woman in the company of Capt. Thomas. Names: Sergeant William Monroney?, George Slaughter.

10539-6-720-721-May 7, 1781: Bottom document. Faded. Expenditure for [ Jacob] Haymaker boat yard. Names: Joseph McDowell, Cornelius Crow?. Unable to read one name.

10540-6-722-723-May 24, 1781: Top document. Payment of Joseph Barry for employment building boats at the mouth of George Creek boat yard for 17 days at $50 per day. Names: Robert Wickliff. Thomas Gist.

10541-6-722-723-May 13, 1781: Second document on left. Faded. Joseph Shaw supplied kegs to Robert McClain for George Rogers Clark expedition.

10542-6-722-723-May 15, 1781: Third document on right. Rations for pack horse men. Names: John Hardin, Joseph Shaw.

10543-6-722-723-May 15, 1781: Fourth document. Benjamin Wells supplied 10 pounds of bacon to Joseph Rediun?

10544-6-722-723-May 14, 1781: Bottom document. Thomas Patterson was paid $736 by Joseph McDowell for 121 pounds of pork.

10545-6-724-725-May 19, 1781: Top document. William Paul sold 19 and 1/2 bushels of potatoes for $312 to Joseph McDowell for use of boat builders of Jacob Haymaker.

10546-6-724-725-May 7, 1781: Second document. Joseph McDowell paid James Trevir? for flour.

10547-6-724-725-May 15, 1781: Third document. Joseph McDowell paid $2046 for 341 pounds of pork. for use of the boat builders department. Names: John Thomas. Unable to read 1 name.

10548-6-724-275-May 16, 1781: Bottom document. Expenditure for Jacob Haymaker's boat yard. Names: Joseph Parkison. Unable to read 1 name.

10549-6-726-727-May 17, 1781: Written in French. Invoice for clothing, cloth, guns, caps, etc. supplied to Godefroy Linctot. Names: Joseph Saunders,? LaMoureux?.

10550-6-728-729-May 17, 1781: Top document. Rations issued for 13 men for 2 days. Names: Capt. John Rogers, George Slaughter.

10551-6-728-729-May 19, 1781: Second document. Joseph McDowell paid Benjamin Kuykendall for supplying 31 gallons of whiskey at cost of $140 for use of the Jacob Haymaker boat yard.

10552-6-728-729-May 15, 1781: Bottom document. Names: James Campbell, Capt. John Dodge.

10553-6-730-731-May 17, 1781: Top document. Written in French. Names: Surgeon Rey, Jay Depue.

10554-6-730-731-May 16, 1781: Bottom document. Written in French. Reference to taffia and tobacco. Names: Pierre Cournoy, Godefroy Linctot, ? Gerault.

10555-6-732-733-April 19, 1781: Top document. Joseph McDowell paid $32 to James Rice for 2 bushels of potatoes costing $16 per bushel.

10556-6-732-733-May 16, 1781: Second document. Joseph Fabun was paid for 7 day employment as chopper at mouth of George Creek boat yard. Names: Robert Wickliff, Nicholas Blake.

10557-6-732-733-May 11, 1781: Third document. Flour for George Rogers Clark expedition. Names: Robert McCleane?

10558-6-732-733-May 17, 1781: Bottom document. Boat and oars issued for Capt. John Kerney or Carney's trip to Washington? Names: Alexander Craig.

10559-6-734-736-May 11, 1781: Top document. Duplicate filming. Payment for artificer John Enice at George Creek boat yard. Names: Nicholas Blake, Robert Wickliff.

10560-6-734-736-May 15, 1781: Second document. Duplicate filming. Falls of Ohio issue rations to John Crutchfield. Names: George Slaughter.

10561-6-734-736-May 9, 1781: Third document. Duplicate filming. Powder issued to Ensign William Roberts.

10562-6-734-736-May 21, 1781: Bottom left document. Duplicate filming. Faded. Reference to Jacob Haymaker boat yard and ? Burk.

10563-6-734-736-May 14, 1781: Bottom right document. Duplicate filming. Ration for sugar for 4 men in Capt. Robert George's company. Names: Valentine Thomas Dalton.

10564-6-737-738-May 29, 1781: Top document. John Lockid sold potatoes to Joseph McDowell for use of boat yard.

10565-6-737-738-May 16,1781: Second document. Joseph Patterson sold a beef cow to John Wright for use of boat yard commanded by Jacob Haymaker.

10566-6-737-738-March 19, 1781: Third document. Corneilus Best sold 2 bushels of potatoes to Joseph McDowell at Camp Haymaker.

10567-6-737-738-May ?, 1781: Fourth document. Unable to read.

10568-6-739-740-May 21, 1781: Top document. Payment of $11,880 for 60 days service of wagons and team at Haymaker boat yard. Names: John Hamilton, ? Wyant.

10569-6-739-740-May 8, 1781: Second document. Incomplete. Testimony of Col. Robert Patterson before Caleb Wallace, Lexington, and beef. Names: Joseph Lindsay.

10570-6-739-740-May 16, 1781: Bottom document. Ink spots. Names: Capt. John Dodge.

10571-6-741-742-May 13, 1781: Top document. Rations for 14 men and 1 woman in Capt. John Rogers company. Names: George Slaughter.

10572-6-741-742-May 24, 1781: Second document. Andrew Heth gave $27,000 to Richard McMachen to purchase provisions for use of George Rogers Clark.

10573-6-741-742-May 18, 1781: Third document. Faded. Names: Capt. John Dodge.

10574-6-741-742-May 19, 1781: Fourth document. Bland Ballard received 6 bushels of corn brought from Linn station by Capt. [Richard] Chinoweth.

10575-6-743-744-May 12, 1781: Top document. Rations issued to Ensign William Roberts. Names: George Slaughter.

10576-6-743-744-May 24, 1781: Second document. Potatoes and turnips purchased for use of Jacob Haymaker's boat yard. Names: Joseph McDowell, John Small, name unable to read.

10577-6-743-744-May 23, 1781: Third document. Bacon purchased for use of boat masters department. Names: John Best?, Joseph McDowell, name unable to read.

10578-6-743-744-May 31, 1781: Bottom document. Joseph McDowell paid Thomas McBride in salt for supplying a beef cow for the boat masters department.

10579-6-745-746-May 26, 1781: Top document. Whiskey issued for mouth of George Creek boat yard. Names: Robert Wickliff, William Hill, Nicholas Blake.

10580-6-745-746-May 25, 1781: Second document. Casks. Names: William Harrison, Samuel McHafer?

10581-6-745-746-May 28, 1781: Third document. Rations for pack horse men. Names: John Hardin, Joseph Shane.

10582-6-745-746-May 26, 1781: Bottom document. State of Virginia account with Patrick McFarland for 124 pounds of pork. Names: Joseph Parkison, John Caldwell.

10583-6-747-748-May 22, 1781: Top document. State of Virginia account with Thomas Curer for 20 barrels of flour. Names: Joseph Parkison, John Caldwell.

10584-6-747-748-May 24, 1781: Second document. State of Virginia account with William Sampson for 58 gallons of whiskey. Names: Joseph Parkison, John Caldwell.

10585-6-747-748-May 21, 1781: Third document. Robert Wickliff paid John Swearingson for building boat for 7 days at the boat yard at the mouth of George Creek. Names: Nicholas Blake.

10586-6-747-748-May 22, 1781: Bottom document. John Neal was paid for supplying paper to Master Boat Builder Jacob Haymaker for boat yard.

10587-6-749-750-May 27, 1781: Top document. State of Virginia account with Hugh Shelling for 33 bushels of potatoes. Names: Joseph Parkison, John Caldwell.

10588-6-749-750-May 24, 1781: Second document. Joseph McDowell paid Barnet Gardner? for supplying tar for boats.

10589-6-749-750-May 24, 1781: Third document. Jacob Pendles? was paid for employment as chopper at the boat yard at the mouth of George Creek. Names: Robert Wickliff, Nicholas Blake.

10590-6-751-752-May 28, 1781: Top document. State of Virginia account with Daniel Jacobs for 23 pounds of bacon. Names: Joseph Parkison, John Caldwell.

10591-6-751-752-May 18, 1781: Second document. Capt. John Dodge paid Richard Woods of Amherst County for rations.

10592-6-751-752-May 23, 1781: Third document. John Lockid or Lockio sold corn to Joseph McDowell for use of boat masters department. Names: John Wyant.

10593-6-753-754-May 22, 1781: Top document. William Gunn sold beef to Joseph McDowell for use of boat masters department.

10594-6-753-754-May 17, 1781: Second document. Corn. Names: Thomas Shure?

10595-6-753-754-May 30, 1781: Bottom document. State of Virginia account with Christopher Heaton or Hayden for making 5500 nails for use of boats. Names: Joseph Parkison, John Caldwell.

10596-6-755-May 28, 1781: Top document. State of Virginia account with William Sampson for 240 pounds of beef. Names: John Caldwell, Joseph Parkison.

10597-6-755-May 30, 1781: Second document. State of Virginia account with Abraham Scott for making 5500 nail. Names: Joseph Parkison, John Caldwell.

10598-6-755-May 4, 1781: Third document. Bacon ration issued. Names: Hans Hamilton, James Sampson.

10599-6-756-May 21, 1781: Top document. Robert Willson sold 40 gallons of tar for use of boats to Jacob Haymaker.

10600-6-756-May 28, 1781: Second document. Payment for use of John Camp? and his teams at the boat yard. Names: John Wyant, Joseph McDowell.

10601-6-756-May 26, 1781: Third document. State of Virginia account with Nicholas Depue for supply 1000 pounds of hay and 50 pounds of pork. Names: Joseph Parkison, John Caldwell.

10602-6-757-May 26, 1781: Top document. Payment to Jeremiah McKeben to haul stone for George Rogers Clark expedition. Names: William Harrison.

10603-6-757-May 26, 1781: Second document. Bacon, flour and salt issued by William Harrison to Jeremiah M. Lubbin for his wagoners.

10604-6-757-May 26, 1781: Third document. William Harrison paid Mary Lawson for making 15 white linen shirts.

10605-6-758-May 26, 1781: Top document. Corn and rye issued for use of teams hauling stones. Names: William Davison, George Thomas, Benjamin Wells.

10606-6-758-May 22, 1781: Second document. State of Virginia account with Frank Cooper for 327 pounds of pork. Names: Joseph Parkison, John Caldwell.

10607-6-758-May 17, 1781: Bottom document. Written in French. Unable to read name.

10608-6-759-760-May 18, 1781: Top document. Patt Kennedy at Fort Clark certified Lieut. Perault had received 200 rations.

10609-6-759-760-May 7, 1781: Second document. Robert Dillors? was paid for employment as a chopper at the boat yard at the mouth of George Creek. Names: Nicholas Blake, Robert Wickliff.

10610-6-759-760-May 20, 1781: Third document. Reference to boat yard. Names: Benjamin Wells, James Sampson.

10611-6-759-760-May 24, 1781: Bottom document. Richard Hynault of Montgomery County supplied rations to Capt. John Dodge, who was going to the government.

10612-6-761-762-May 22, 1781: Top document. Rations issued for 23 men and 1 washer woman. Names: George Slaughter, Capt. John Rogers.

10613-6-761-762-May ?, 1781: Second document. Rations, oats, hay and lodging. Names: Thomas Edmondson.

10614-6-761-762-May 21, 1781: Third document. Names: Peter Bowletter.

10615-6-761-762-May 20, 1781: Bottom document. Joseph Shaw issued 20 bags of flour to Robert McClaine for use of George Rogers Clark.

10616-6-763-764-May 19, 1781: Top document. State of Virginia account with Adam Wickerham for lumber and timber for use of boats. Names: Joseph Parkison, John Caldwell, Unable to read a name.

10617-6-763-764-May 20, 1781: Second document. Samuel Thompson of Montgomery County supplied grog, diets, corn and pasturage for horses to Capt. John Dodge.

10618-6-763-764-May 28, 1781: Bottom document. Andrew Hood sold a sheep to Richard McMaihen for $350.

10619-6-765-766-May 22, 1781: Top document. George Wallace of Pittsburgh received 131 kegs of flour from Peter Triplett for the expedition of George Rogers Clark. Names: [William] Harrison, Joseph Parkison.

10620-6-765-766-May 16, 1781: Second document. Potatoes purchased for boat masters department. Names: Joseph McDowell, William Gum

10621-6-765-766-May 10, 1781: Bottom document. Flour purchased for Jacob Haymaker's boat builders. Names: Joseph McElroy, John Neel.

10622-6-767-768-May 18, 1781: Top document. Bags of flour supplied to Peter Triplett for George Rogers Clark expedition at Fort Pitt by Thomas Gist. Names: Samuel Newell.

10623-6-767-768-May 26, 1781: Second document. Peter Triplett received a large flat boat built at [Robert] Wickliff [boat] yard at the mouth of George Creek. Boat was to be delivered to Fort Pitt. Names: Thomas Gist.

10624-6-767-768-May 26, 1781: Third document. Invoice for diets, pasture for 11 horses, corn and lodging. Names: Capt. John Dodge, John Davis of Bedford County.

10625-6-767-768-May 21, 1781: Bottom document. William Harrison purchased corn from John Stephenson.

10626-6-769-770-May 19, 1781: Top document. Falls of Ohio issued powder for militia commanded by Capt. Richard Chinoweth. Names: George Slaughter.

10627-6-769-770-May 17, 1781: Second document. Written in French. Names: Godefroy Linctot, Pierre Couonoye, ? Perault, ? Bentley, unable to read 1 name.

10628-6-769-770-May 17, 1781: Bottom document. Indian Agent Capt. John Dodge paid $40 to Elizabeth Gull, who supplied 3 meals for 3 men at Little Houlstone.

10629-6-771-772-May 15, 1781: Top document. Rations including whiskey were issued to men employed to unload flour for the fort. Names: Peter Triplet.

10630-6-771-772-May 28, 1781: Second document. Anthony Dunlevy sold a sheep to Richard McMachen.

10631-6-771-772-May 31, 1781: Third document. Faded. Flour. Names: Samuel Newell, Hugh McGavock.

10632-6-771-772-May 30, 1781: Bottom document. Faded. Rye. Names: Benjamin Wells, James Sampson.

10633-6-773-774-May 27, 1781: Top document. Corn and rye issued to Jeremiah McKibings or McGibings. Names: John, Gilbert Simpson.

10634-6-773-774-May 30, 1781: Second document. Robert Paton supplied bran for use of horses of William Harrison company. Names: Joseph Shane.

10635-6-773-774-May 29, 1781: Third document. Faded. Provisions of flour. Names: Benjamin Wells, James Sampson.

10636-6-773-774-May 30, 1781: Bottom document. Faded. Reference to boat yard at the mouth of George Creek, Robert Wickliff, Nicholas Blake and Jacob Krenkle?

10637-6-775-778-May 26, 1781: Top document. Duplicate filming. Bullocks purchased at New Store for Col. Joseph Crockett regiment. Names: Ensign Hugh McCavoch, William Harrison.

10638-6-775-778-May 5, 1781: Second document. Duplicate filming. Henry Beson supplied 8 bushels of corn for use of Col. William Harrison horses. Names: Joseph Shane.

10639-6-775-778-May 28, 1781: Third document. Duplicate filming. State of Virginia account with Charles McQuire for 240 pounds of pork. Names: Joseph Parkison, John Caldwell.

10640-6-775-778-May 22, 1781: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Andrew Lee? was paid for employment as a sawyer at boat yard at the mouth of George Creek. Names: Robert Wickliff, Nicholas Blake.

10641-6-779-780-May 30, 1781: Top document. Robert Paton supplied 13 bags of flour for use of George Rogers Clark. Names: Joseph Shane.

10642-6-779-780-May 31, 1781: Second document. Rations issued for 18 men and 1 woman in Capt. John Rogers company.

10643-6-779-780-May 29, 1781: Third document. Jacob Caselman was paid for working 13 days for the boat masters department. Names: Joseph McDowell.

10644-6-779-780-May 26, 1781: Bottom document. William Harrison paid $ 288 to Elizabeth Paul, who made 8 linen shirts at cost of $36 per shirt.

10645-6-781-May 18, 1781: Top document. Thirty two tents were issued for use of Col. [Joseph] Crockett Regiment. Names: Major George Walls, Col. William Harrison.

10646-6-781-May 21, 1781: Bottom document. Major George Walls order to issue 20 pounds of bacon for 4 wagoners. Reference to New Store at Monongahela. Names: Gilbert Simpson at Washington Bottom,Charles Beeler.

10647-6-782-786-May 24, 1781: Duplicate filming. Faded. Appears to be cash paid by Benjamin Wells. Numerous entry dates and names of persons being paid. Some persons were paid more than once. Names: William Deary, John Cambell, Craght Coylse, Anne Connell, Samuel Hoke, Jacob Laynor, Robert Laughlin, William Latter, Jacob Willinon, Frederick Weaver, John Cunneyham, William Vansickle, William Bell, william Stewart, John Hampton, Abraham Latter, Joseph Zenvois?, Nathaniel Millar, Peter Wilkey, Jacob Packing?, Balph Cherr, John Hinard, Frances Gambed, Robert Lohling, Jacob Kechley, Garner Hommas, William Altman, Joseph Robertson, Epharim Laton, Thommas Gil Patrick?, Jacob Thurmond, Jacob Snydon, Nathan Yongue, Casper Haryeal?, Jacob Painter, John Hamatt, Defor Barns, ? Mounts, Robert Lanvers, James Deary, Hance Ireland, Jacob Straydon, James Wilson, John Bradley, Serfoss Ragin, and many other names which are too faded to read.

10648-6-787-May 26, 1781: Top document. Faded. Fort Jefferson issued sugar. Names: Robert George, Edward Worthington.

10649-6-787-May 30, 1781: Second document. Fort Jefferson issued sugar. Names: John Montgomery.

10650-6-787-May 30, 1781: Third document. Faded. Names: Capt. Robert George, Fort Jefferson.

10651-6-787-May 31, 1781: Bottom document. George Slaughter order to issue whiskey to party going to Camp Jefferson with provisions.

10652-6-788-789-May 17, 1781: Top document. Dark image. Incomplete. Names: Fort Patrick Henry, Falls of Ohio, Ensign Slaughter, Capt. John Baley.

10653-6-788-789-May 24, 1781: Second document. Fort Jefferson issued sugar. Names: Capt. Robert George, Israel Dodge.

10654-6-788-789-May 29, 1781: Bottom document. Reference to Martin Carney at Fort Jefferson and Patrick Kennedy and artillery.

10655-6-790-791-May 9, 1781: Top document. Names: Fort Jefferson, [Patrick] Kennedy.

10656-6-790-791-May 26, 1781: Second document. Fort Jefferson issued sugar. Names: Leonard Helm, Capt. Robert George.

10657-6-790-791-May 25, 1781: Third document. Fort Jefferson issued taffia. Names: Sergeant John Hughes, Capt. Robert George.

10658-6-790-791-May 25, 1781: Fourth document. Faded. Fort Jefferson issued taffia. Names: Lieut. John Calvit.

10659-6-790-791-May ?, 1781: Bottom document. Names: Fort Jefferson, Capt. Robert George.

10660-6-792-May 4, 1781: Top document. Fort Jefferson issued sugar. Names: Capt. Robert George, Capt. George Owens.

10661-6-792-May 25, 1781: Second document. Fort Jefferson issued 3 quarts of taffia to John Donne. Names: Martin Carney, Capt. Robert George.

10662-6-792-May 23, 1781: Third document. Fort Jefferson issued 3 quarts of taffia to Ensign Jarret Williams.

10663-6-793-May 27, 1781: Top document. Capt. Robert George order to search Fort Jefferson soldiers camps, garrison and town for ammunition, which had been taken when the magazine door was broken open.

10664-6-793-May 25, 1781: Second document. Fort Jefferson issued 3 quarts of taffia to Lieut. Richard Clark.

10665-6-793-May 23, 1781. Third document. Fort Jefferson issued sugar. Names: Lieut. James Calvit, Capt. Robert George.

10666-6-794-795-May 25, 1781: Top document. Fort Jefferson issued taffia to Capt. Richard Brashear.

10667-6-794-795-May 5, 1781: Second document. Fort Jefferson issued a quart of taffia to Lieut. James Calvit. Names: Martin Carney.

10668-6-794-795-May 2, 1781: Third document. Fort Jefferson Bill of exchange. Names: Capt. Robert George, Oliver Pollock at New Orleans, Jaques Dubroivel?

10669-6-794-795-May 14, 1781: Bottom document. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Jefferson to issue 4 pounds of sugar to Harry the smith.

10670-6-796-797-May ?, 1781: Incomplete. Reference to boat from the Falls of Ohio, the loading of 150 bushels of corn, and a cask of whiskey. Names: Thomas Gist, John South, John Moor or Moos.

10671-6-798-799-May 3, 1781: Fort Jefferson issued sugar to 26 men, 9 women and 10 children of the Illinois Regiment. Names: Capt. Robert George, Michael Miles.

10672-6-800-803-May 6, 1781: The commonwealth of Virginia [account] with William Shannon. There are 4 pages for the document, which listed the cash received of the Treasurer in February of 1780. Entries refer to accounting credit and interest as well as payments. Names: George Wilson, James Francis Moore, James Sullivan, Adam Bingoman, John Marney, Andrew Steele, Thomas Vickroy, Zephaniah Blackford, Patrick Kennedy, and Mr. Pendergrass.

10673-6-804-805-May 10, 1781: Incomplete. Commonwealth of Virginia account with Capt. Abraham Kellar. Distribution of cash for payments. Cash paid soldiers for bounty. Names: Peter Stover, Edward Matthews, Mary Morgan, Mary Lumsford, Jacob Kellar, Jacob Froman, John Relanna, Joseph Kellar, and Henry Funk.

10674-6-806-807-May 10, 1781: Top document. Fort Jefferson issued tobacco to ? Carrol. Names: Edward Worthington, Capt. Robert George.

10675-6-806-807-May 18, 1781: Second document. Fort Jefferson issued 3 pints of taffia to Capt. Abraham Kellar.

10676-6-806-807-May 25, 1781: Third document. Fort Jefferson issued 3 quarts of taffia to Capt. Robert George.

10677-6-806-807-May 24, 1781: Bottom document. John Donne order to Israel Dodge at Fort Jefferson to issue paper pins, a dozen of large and small captain buttons and 3 gun worms [screws?].

10678-6-808-May 10, 1781: Top document. Fort Jefferson issued 3 pounds of tobacco for troops. Names: James Finn, Capt. Robert George.

10679-6-808-May 25, 1781: Second document. Fort Jefferson issued 3 quarts of taffia to Capt. John Dodge.

10680-6-808-May 26, 1781: Third document. Faded. Fort Jefferson. Unable to read rest.

10681-6-808-May 25, 1781: Fourth document. Fort Jefferson issued 3 quarts of taffia to Capt. Edward Worthington.

10682-6-809-810-May 19, 1781: Top document. Fort Jefferson issued 3 pounds of sugar. Names: James Finn, Capt. Robert George.

10683-6-809-810-February 19, 1781: Second document. Fort Jefferson issued whiskey ration to 9 men of the Illinois Regiment. Names: Capt. Robert George, unable to read 2 names.

10684-6-809-810-May ?, 1781: Third document on left. Unable to read.

10685-6-809-810-May 5, 1781: Fourth document on right. Fort Jefferson issued 2 pounds of sugar to a man of Capt. Edward Worthington company. Names: Capt. Robert George.

10686-6-809-810-May 18, 1781: Fifth document on left. Fort Jefferson issued 3 quarts of taffia to Capt. Robert George.

10687-6-809-810-May 19, 1781: Sixth document on right. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Jefferson to issue 2 pounds of sugar to Capt. [Richard] Brashear.

10688-6-809-810-May 14, 1781: Bottom document. Fort Jefferson issued sugar. Names: Capt. Robert George, Lieut. Richard Clark.

10689-6-811-May 17, 1781: Top document. Fort Jefferson issued 3 pints of taffia. Names: Lieut. James Calvit, Capt. Robert George.

10690-6-811-May 19, 1781: Second document. Faded. Names: Martin Carney, Israel Dodge, Capt. Robert George.

10691-6-811-May 26, 1781: Third document on left. Faded. Taffia issued to Valentine Thomas Dalton. Names: Capt. Robert George.

10692-6-811-May 19, 1781: Fourth document on right. Fort Jefferson issued sugar to Capt. Edward Worthington. Names: Capt. Robert George.

10693-6-811-May 22, 1781: Bottom document. Capt. Robert George order to Martin Carney at Fort Jefferson to issue tobacco to Mr. Hunter.

10694-6-812-813-May 21, 1781: Top document. Fort Jefferson issued sugar. Names: Capt. Abraham Kellar, Capt. Robert George.

10695-6-812-813-May 21, 1781: Second document. Fort Jefferson issued sugar to 69 men, 8 women and 10 children of the Illinois Regiment. Names: Capt. Robert George, Michael Miles.

10696-6-812-813-May 24, 1781: Third document. Fort Jefferson issued tobacco to Lieut. Richard Clark. Names: Capt. Robert George.

10697-6-812-813-May 16, 1781: Bottom document. Capt. Robert George order to issue tobacco to Lieut. [Valentine Thomas] Dalton.

10698-6-814-815-May 17, 1781: Top document. Fort Jefferson issued tobacco to 53 men of the Illinois Regiment. Names: Michael Miles, Capt. Robert George.

10699-6-814-815-May 17, 1781: Second document. Fort Jefferson issued taffia. Names: Capt. Robert George.

10700-6-814-815-May 18, 1781: Third document. Martin Carney issued taffia to Capt. John Montgomery.

10701-6-814-815-May 18, 1781: Bottom document. Capt. Robert George order to Martin Carney at Fort Jefferson to issue 2 quarts of taffia to John Donne.

10702-6-816-817-May 17, 1781: Top left document. Fort Jefferson issued taffia to Capt. Abraham Kellar. Names: Capt. Robert George.

10703-6-816-817-May 18, 1781: Top right document. Fort Jefferson issued 3 pints of taffia to Leonard Helm.

10704-6-816-817-No Date. Third document on right. No words.

10705-6-816-817-May 14, 1781: Fourth document on left. Fort Jefferson issued 3 quarts of taffia to James Finn.

10706-6-816-817-May 18, 1781: Fifth document on right. Fort Jefferson issued 3 pints of taffia to Lieut. Richard Clark.

10707-6-816-817-May 7, 1781: Sixth document. Fort Jefferson issued 3 pints of taffia. Names: Leonard Helm, Capt. Robert George.

10708-6-816-817-May 10, 1781: Bottom document. Martin Carney at Fort Jefferson issued a quart of taffia to Lieut. James Calvit.

10709-6-818-819-May 17, 1781: Top document. Fort Jefferson issued sugar to John Montgomery. Names: Capt. Robert George.

10710-6-818-819-May 15, 1781: Second document. Fort Jefferson issued liquor to 30 Illinois Regiment men, who were on fatigue (Military Duty). Names: Sergeant Michael Miles, Capt. Robert George.

10711-6-818-819-February 7, 1781: Third document. Fort Jefferson issued rey [rye] for 109 Illinois Regiment men. Names: Capt. Robert George, unable to read 2 names.

10712-6-818-819-May 14, 1781: Fourth document. Fort Jefferson issued a gallon of taffia to Israel Dodge. Names: Capt. Robert George.

10713-6-818-819-May 10, 1781: Bottom document. Fort Jefferson issued taffia. Names: Leonard Helm, Capt. Robert George.

10714-6-820-823-May 10, 1781: Top document. Duplicate filming. Fort Jefferson issued 12 pounds of sugar. Names: John Montgomery, Capt. Robert George.

10715-6-820-823-May 17, 1781: Second document. Duplicate filming. Fort Jefferson issued taffia. Names: Capt. Robert George, Samuel Dawson, Edward Worthington.

10716-6-820-823-May 14, 1781: Third document. Duplicate. Fort Jefferson issued taffia for sick Hibernians. Names: Capt. Edward Worthington, Capt. Robert George.

10717-6-820-823-May 14, 1781: Fourth document. Duplicate filming. Fort Jefferson issued 2 and 1/2 gallons of taffia to Lieut. Richard Clark.

10718-6-820-823-May 18, 1781: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Fort Jefferson issued taffia to Capt. Abraham Kellar.

10719-6-824-825-May 6, 1781: Top document. Incomplete. Fort Jefferson. Names: James Finn, Capt. Robert George.

10720-6-824-825-May 15, 1781: Second document. Fort Jefferson issued taffia. Names: James Finn, Capt. Robert George.

10721-6-824-825-May 9, 1781: Third document. Fort Jefferson issued taffia. Names: Martin Carney, Israel Dodge.

10722-6-824-825-May 14, 1781: Bottom document. Fort Jefferson issued a quart of taffia for use of Leonard Helm. Names: Capt. Robert George.

10723-6-826-May 14, 1781: Top document. Taffia. Names: Col. John Montgomery, Martin Carney, and John Mentzer?

10724-6-826-May 15, 1781: Second document. Fort Jefferson issued 3 pounds of sugar. Names: Capt. Robert George, Sergeant John Walker.

10725-6-826-May 14, 1781: Third document. Fort Jefferson issued 4 cases of taffia to Capt. Edward Worthington.

10726-6-826-May 14, 1781: Fourth document. Fort Jefferson issued sugar. Names: Capt. Robert George, Capt. Edward Worthington.

10727-6-827-828-May 16, 1781: Top document. Fort Jefferson issued 3 pints of taffia. Names: Leonard Helm, Capt. Robert George.

10728-6-827-828-May 13, 1781: Second document. Fort Jefferson issued 2 quarts and 1 pint of taffia and 8 pounds of sugar for use of Capt. Robert George family.

10729-6-827-828-February 14, 1781: Third document. Fort Jefferson issued taffia for trip to St. Vincent. Names: Capt. John Baley, Capt. Robert George, Martin Carney, Ensign Slaughter.

10730-6-827-828-May 14, 1781: Bottom document. Fort Jefferson issued taffia. Names: Capt. Robert George, Lieut. James Calvit.

10731 -6-829-830-May 16, 1781: Top document. Fort Jefferson issued taffia to Leonard Helm. Names: Capt. Robert George.

10732-6-829-830-May 13, 1781: Second document. Fort Jefferson issued taffia and sugar for use of Capt. Robert George's family.

10733-6-829-830-May 21, 1781: Third document. Sugar issued. Names: Capt. John Williams, Capt. Robert George.

10734-6-829-830-May 14, 1781: Fourth document. Fort Jefferson issued taffia to Capt. Robert George.

10735-6-831-832-May 15, 1781: Top document. Fort Jefferson issued 3 quarts of taffia for Capt. Richard Brashear.

10736-6-831-832-May 14, 1781: Second document. Fort Jefferson issued taffia for men on fatigue (Military Duty). Names: Capt. Robert George.

10737-6-831-832-May 12, 1781: Third document. Fort Jefferson issued taffia. Names: Capt. Abraham Kellar, Capt. Robert George.

10738-6-831-832-May 10, 1781: Fourth document. Fort Jefferson issue taffia. Names: James Finn, Capt. Robert George.

10739-6-831-832-May 5, 1781: Bottom document. Fort Jefferson issued sugar. Names: James Finn, Capt. Robert George.

10740-6-833-834-May 4, 1781: Top document. Fort Jefferson issued a quart of taffia for Lieut. James Calvit.

10741-6-833-834-May 4, 1781: Second document on left. Capt. Edward Worthington order to Fort Jefferson to issue a bottle of taffia for sick Hibernanites.

10742-6-833-834-May 4, 1781: Third document on right. Fort Jefferson issued 8 pounds of sugar. Names: Capt. Robert George, Israel Dodge.

10743-6-833-834-May 4, 1781: Fourth document. Fort Jefferson issued taffia to Capt. Abraham Kellar.

10744-6-833-834-May 5, 1781: Fifth document. Fort Jefferson issued sugar. Names: Lieut. Richard Clark, Capt. Robert George.

10745-6-833-834-May 3, 1781: Bottom document. Fort Jefferson issued 3 pints of taffia. Names: Capt. Abraham Kellar, Capt. Robert George.

10746-6-835-836-May 1, 1781: Top document. Fort Jefferson issued 3 pints of taffia. Names: Capt. Abraham Kellar, Capt. Robert George.

10747-6-835-836-May 3, 1781: Second document. Fort Jefferson issued taffia to Capt. Richard Brashear.

10748-6-835-836-May 12, 1781: Third document. Fort Jefferson issued taffia to 75 Illinois Regiment men. Names: Sergeant Michael Miles, Capt. Robert George.

10749-6-835-836-May 5, 1781: Fourth document. Fort Jefferson issued taffia. Names: Leonard Helm, Capt. Robert George.

10750-6-835-836-May 3, 1781: Bottom document. Fort Jefferson issued sugar to Capt. Robert George.

10751-6-837-838-May 5, 1781: Top document. Fort Jefferson issued 8 pounds of sugar to Capt. Robert George.

10752-6-837-838-May 3. 1781: Second document. Martin Carney at Fort Jefferson issued 6 cases of taffia and 5 pounds of sugar to Capt. Richard Brashear.

10753-6-837-838-May 5, 1781: Third document. Fort Jefferson issued taffia. Names: James Finn, Capt. Robert George.

10754-6-837-838-May 2, 1781: Bottom document. Fort Jefferson issued taffia. Leonard Helm, Capt. Robert George.

10755-6-839-May 2, 1781: Top document. Fort Jefferson issued 8 pounds of sugar. Names: Lieut. Joseph Calvit, Capt. Robert George.

10756-6-839-May 13, 1781: Second document on left. Fort Jefferson issued tobacco. Names: Capt. Robert George, Joe Anker.

10757-6-839-May 4, 1781: Third document on right. Fort Jefferson issued taffia. Names: James Finn, Capt. Robert George.

10758-6-839-May 30, 1781: Bottom document. Fort Jefferson issue 3 pounds of sugar. Names: Capt. Robert George, Capt. Abraham Kellar.

10759-6-840-841-May 2, 1781: Top document. Bill of Exchange sent by Capt. Robert George from Fort Jefferson to Oliver Pollock at New Orleans for funds supplied by Jacques Dubreivel for the garrison.

10760-6-840-841-May 2, 1781: Bottom document. Taffia, sugar and tobacco for officers and soldiers at Fort Jefferson. Names: Martin Carney, Capt. Robert George.

BOX 632-FOLDER 105

PAPERS-MAY 1781

FRAMES #842-860

36 documents filmed on 18 frames.

10761-6-843-844-May 31, 1781: Provisions issued for hands [employed] by Joseph Parkison. [ May have been at boat yard]. Amount of rations supplied for days beginning February 26, 1781 for head workmen, hands and cooks. Each worker was given 1 pound of beef, pork or 18 ounces of bacon per day and half a pint of whiskey. The cooks were not given any whiskey. Indian meal and flour were also issued.

10762-6-845-846-May 27, 1781: Top document. State of Virginia account with Abraham Scott for supplying potatoes. Names: Joseph Parkison, John Caldwell.

10763-6-845-846-May 29, 1781: Second document on left. Rations including whiskey were issued to 5 men employed to take flour to Fort Pitt. Names: Peter Triplett.

10764-6-845-846-May 27, 1781: Third document on right. Robert Wickliff order to Nicholas Blake to issue whiskey to Esel Davis, who was employed 5 days as a chopper at the boat yard at the mouth of George Creek.

10765-6-845-846-May 13, 1781: Fourth document. Benjamin Whaley sold bacon to William Harrison.

10766-6-845-846-May 27, 1781: Bottom document. Paper sold by William Riddick to Master Boat builder Jacob Haymaker.

10767-6-847-848-May 11, 1781: Top document. Bag sold to Joseph Parkison for the boat yard by Benjamin Watts.

10768-6-847-848-May 17, 1781: Second document. Fort Patrick Henry issued rations for 2 men of Capt. John Baley company, who were going to the Falls of Ohio.

10769-6-847-848-April 27, 1781: Third document on left. Incomplete. Reference to Sergeant Curtis of the Light Dragoons who was being discharged due to bad health. Names: Capt. John Rogers, Thomas Merriwither.

10770-6-847-848-May 27, 1781: Fourth document on right. Payment to William Powell at Amherst by John Dodge for a quart of brandy, 8 diets, and corn.

10771-6-849-850-May ?, 1781: Top document. Names: Mr. Fields, David Davis.

10772-6-849-850-May 13, 1781: Second document on left. James Campbell at Covington Station sold meat to Capt. John Dodge, who was going to the government.

10773-6-849-850-19, 1781: Third document on right. Incomplete. Harrodsburg, government, ? Curtis, Major Slaughter and Joseph Saunders.

10774-6-849-850-May 26, 1781: Bottom document. Joseph Sweringer was paid for working as a chopper at the boat yard at the mouth of George Creek. Names: Robert Wickliff, Nicholas Blake.

10775-6-851-852-May 26, 1781: Top document. Receipt for corn. Names: Samuel Newell, Noah Heathen, Col. [Joseph] Crockett, Ensign Hugh McGavock.

10776-6-851-852-May 5, 1781: Second document. John Stephenson sold corn to William Harrison.

10777-6-851-852-May 26, 1781: Third document. Payment for use of horse of Ebenezer Miosey. Names: Joseph McDowell, Col. [William] Harrison.

10778-6-851-852-May 26, 1781: Bottom document. Abraham Whitaker sold beef for used of the boat yard commanded by [Jacob} Haymaker. Names: Joseph McDowell.

10779-6-853-854-May 26, 1781: Top document. Payment by Robert Wickliff to John Sweringer, who was employed as a chopper at the mouth of George Creek boat yard.

10780-6-853-854-May 26, 1781: Second document. Payment by Robert Wickliff to John Mohin, who was employed as a chopper at the mouth of George Creek boat yard. Names: Nicholas Blake.

10781-6-853-854-May 18, 1781: Third document. Capt. John Baley order to Fort Patrick Henry to issue rations for 24 men, 2 women and 2 children.

10782-6-853-854-May 26, 1781: Bottom document. Payment by Joseph McDowell to William McFarlan for use of his pack horse men at the boat department. Unable to read 1 name.

10783-6-855-856-May 1, 1781: Top document. David Ervin was paid $6250 for 28 gallons of whiskey by Col. George Slaughter. Names: James Merriwither.

10784-6-855-856-May 31, 1781: Second document. George Greig sold 36 pounds of bacon to Col. Hance Hamilton brigade.

10785-6-855-856-May 6, 1781: Third document on left. Fort Patrick Henry issued rations for 26 men, 2 women and 2 children in Capt. John Baley company.

10786-6-855-856-May 30, 1781: Fourth document on right. Robert McCleain received bags of [flour] brought from John Hardin's mill. Names: Joseph Shaw.

10787-6-855-856-May 31, 1781: Bottom document. Amos Bailey? sold a large cow and sheep for $2,360 to Richard McMachen for use of George Rogers Clark.

10788-6-857-858-May 26, 1781: Top document. Robert Wickliff paid John Sweringer for employment as a chopper for 16 days at the boat yard at the mouth of George Creek. Names: Nicholas Blake.

10789-6-857-858-May 4, 1781: Second document on left. Fort Jefferson issued 3 quarts of taffia. Names: Capt. Robert George, Israel Dodge.

10790-6-857-858-May 17, 1781: Third document on right. Fort Jefferson issued a quart of taffia to Leonard Helm. Names: Capt. Robert George.

10791-6-857-858-May 25, 1781: Fourth document. Fort Jefferson issued 3 quarts of taffia to Capt. Abraham Kellar.

10792-6-857-858-May 31, 1781: Bottom document. Falls of Ohio issued powder and lead for men going to Fort Jefferson. Names: Buckner Pittman, George Slaughter.

10793-6-859-860-May ?, 1781: Top document. Fort Jefferson issued tobacco to Leonard Helm. Names: Capt. Robert George.

10794-6-859-860-May 27, 1781: Second document. Capt. John Dodge paid Thomas Jones? for rations.

10795-6-859-860-May 26, 1781: Third document. Robert Wickliff paid Manaduke Sweringer for employment as a chopper for 8 days at the boat yard at the mouth of George Creek. Names: Nicholas Blake.

10796-6-859-860-May 4, 1781: Fourth document. Faded. Names: George Greige, Hans Hamilton.

10797-6-859-860-May 4, 1781: Bottom document. Faded. Fort Jefferson issued taffia. Unable to read names.

BOX 632-FOLDER 106

PAPERS-1781

FRAMES #861-994

144 documents filmed on 133 frames.

10798-6-862-863-May 26, 1781: Top document. Expenses of Capt. John Dodge. Items: brandy and forage for horses. Names: William Brown at Lynches Ferry.

10799-6-862-863-May 26, 1781: Second document. State of Virginia account with John Hardin Jr. for 422 pounds of beef. Names: Thomas Gist.

10800-6-862-863-May 12, 1781: Third document. Payment for taking 8 wagons across Town Creek. Names: Capt. Robert George, George Rogers Clark, Jeremiah McGibbons.

10801-6-864-865-May 18, 1781: Top document. John Hardin sold 19 bushels of corn to Joseph Shaw.

10802-6-864-865-May 24, 1781: Second document. John Hardin sold corn to James Sampson.

10803-6-864-865-May 26, 1781: Third document. Faded. Employment mouth of George Creek boat yard. Names: Robert Wickliff, Nicholas Blake, Augustine Baum?

10804-6-864-865-June 7, 1781: Fourth document. Payment for transporting 300 kegs of flour by wagon from Michael Thomas to the River in order to board the boats going to Fort Pitt. Whiskey was also issued for the men employed. Flour was for George Rogers Clark expedition. Names: Thomas Gist, Abraham Teegarden, Henry Daring.

10805-6-864-865-No Date. Bottom document. David Coffman was paid by Lieut. James Slaughter for ferry service of 10 horses and 7 men over the Shenandoah River.

10806-6-866-No Date. Top document. Names: James Edwards, Samuel Wells, John Handley, John Philips, John Hughs, M. Curlie.

10807-6-866-May 25, 1781: Second document. Faded. Names: Benjamin Wells, Hans Hamilton.

10808-6-866-May 3, 1781: Third document. James Sampson was paid by John for use of horses.

10809-6-866-No Date. Fourth document. Shirt for Capt. Richard McCarty. Names: Will Shannon.

10810-6-866-No Date. Fifth document on right. Reference to a blanket, Will Shannon and Lieut. Richard Clark.

10811-6-867-868-May 10, 1781: Top left document. John Hardin sold flour to Joseph Shaw.

10812-6-867-868-May ?, 1781: Top right document. Rations issued to 23 men and 1 wash woman in company of Capt. Thomas. Names: George Slaughter.

10813-6-867-868-May 26, 1781: Third document. Receipt for corn. Names: Richard McMachen, Thomas Redmon, Jacob Bowman.

10814-6-867-868-May 12, 1781: Fourth document. Will Newell was issued a boat at New Store. Names: Col. Harrison, Samuel Newell, Joseph Parkison.

10815-6-867-868-May 22, 1781: Bottom document. Flat boat and 4 oars was received by Peter Triplett at Fort Pitt. Names: Samuel Sample.

10816-6-869-870-May 20, 1781: Top document. Will Harrison order to master carpenter at Parkison's to deliver the lightest and best boat in the mouth of George Creek boat yard to Peter Triplett. Names: Mr. Coaig, [Robert] Wickliff.

10817-6-869-870-May 20, 1781: Second document. Payment for express. Names: Sergeant Simon Fletcher, Lieut. Richard Clark, and 1 name unable to read.

10818-6-869-870-May 30, 1781: Third document. James Gray sold 311 pounds of beef to Nicholas Blake for the mouth of George Creek boat yard.

10819-6-869-870-April 11, 1781: Bottom document. Will Shannon at Falls of Ohio certified to Brigade General George Rogers Clark that Capt. Handey furnished 27 bushels of corn for use of the state of Virginia for which he was entitled to receive $1620.

10820-6-871-872-May 23, 1781 Top document. William Harrison paid $720 to Thomas Watson for making 40 shirts.

10821-6-871-872-May 9, 1781: Second document. Robert Patterson supplied a horse for the expedition of George Rogers Clark. Names: Joseph Lindsay.

10822-6-871-872-May 30, 1781: Bottom document. State of Virginia account with Michael Warnock for building a block or store house at Lees Town by agreement with Joseph Lindsay in April. Warnock under oath stated he had built the house but had not received satisfaction [payment]. Robert Patterson under oath state the house was valued at 1000 pounds currency. Names: Samuel McDowell.

10823-6-873-875-May 8, 1781: Top document. Duplicate filming. Powder for George Slaughter.

10824-6-873-875-May 25, 1781: Second document. Duplicate filming. Silas Lane supplied 60 bushels of indian corn at Fort Patrick Henry for use of Col. Daniel

Brown's troops. Names: George McCollock

10825-6-873-875-May 1, 1781: Third document. Duplicate filming. Robert Craigen order for rations for 3 wagoners returning from Stewards Crossing.

10826-6-873-875-May ?, 1781: Bottom document. Incomplete. Duplicate filming. Reference to Falls of Ohio, Blan Ballard and Laurence Slaughter.

10827-6-876-877-May 22, 1781: Top document. Faded. Unable to read.

10828-6-876-877-No Date. Second document. Names: George Grege, Hans Hamilton

10829-6-876-877-May 31, 1781: Third document. Rations issued for 18 men and 1 wash woman of Capt. John Rogers company.

10830-6-876-877-May 4, 1781: Fourth document. Capt. John Baley order to Fort Patrick Henry to issue rations for Ensign Slaughter.

10831-6-876-877-May 27, 1781: Bottom document. Capt. John Baley order to Falls of Ohio to issue rations to 6 men and 1 wash woman.

10832-6-878-879-May 30, 1781: Top document. Peter Triplett request for rations of beef and whiskey be issued for men employed in boat going to Fort Pitt.

10833-6-878-879-May 28, 1781: Bottom document. Faded. Reference to 72 pounds of beef. Names: Thomas Gist, John Hardin, Joseph Shaw.

10834-6-880-883-May 30, 1781: Top document. Duplicate filming. Account of William Walker with state of Virginia for 35 days service as clerk in the Boat Department under direction of Jacob Haymaker. Names: S. Moore.

10835-6-880-883-May 29, 1781: Second document on left. Duplicate filming. Fort Patrick Henry issued powder to Capt. John Baley.

10836-6-880-883-May 1, 1781: Third document on right. Duplicate filming. Rations issued for 76 men, 2 women and 2 children in Capt. John Baley company.

10837-6-884-886-May ?, 1781: Top document. Duplicate filming. Corn for saddle horses. Names: ? Moore, ? Samuel, Ensign Hugh McGavock.

10838-6-884-886-August 21, 1781: Center document. Duplicate filming. Account of Jacob Haymaker. Reference to Thomas Patterson's a set of smith tools used in public service at the boat yard for 90 days commencing April 21 and ending July 20, 1781.

10839-6-884-886-May ? 1781: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. John Todd in Fayette County certified to the Auditors of the Public Account that Bartlet Searcy and Joseph Shull were entitled to $1000 each for spying between Lexington and the Ohio [River] during the month of May.

10840-6-887-888-May ?, 1781: Top document. Faded. Reference to person employed as a chopper at the mouth of George Creek boat yard. Names: Thomas Gist, Joseph Shaw.

10841-6-887-888-May 29, 1781: Bottom document. Jacob Castleman's wagons and teams were employed in public service by the Boat Department from May 17 to May 29, 1781 for $ 180 days per day. Names: Jacob Haymaker.

10842-6-889-890-May 31, 1781: Top document. Commonwealth of Virginia account with John for corn and rye supplied to William Harrison. Names: John Joley,[ which might be the name for John].

10843-6-889-890-May ?, 1781: Bottom document. Faded. Names: Thomas Gist, Hans Hamilton.

10844-6-891-892-May 26, 1781: Top document. Faded. Unable to read.

10845-6-891-892-May 30, 1781: Second document. Names: Nicholas Blake, Michael Jurden?

10846-6-891-892-May 26, 1781: Third document. Receipt for mutton. Names: Alexander McPherson.

10847-6-891-892-May 26, 1781: Bottom document. Stephen Trige order to Andrew Steel to impress needed tools to make canoes and then to return tools to owners.

10848-6-893-896-May 7, 1781: Top document. Duplicate filming. Rations issued for 35 men and 1 woman in company of Capt. Benjamin Roberts and for widow of Ensign Asher. Names: Ensign William Roberts, George Slaughter.

10849-6-893-896-May 30, 1781: Second document. Duplicate filming. Thomas Gist paid Samuel Johnston for supplying 36 kegs of flour for George Rogers Clark expedition.

10850-6-893-896-May 20, 1781: Third document. Duplicate filming. Thomas Gist paid Francis Patten for supplying bacon for George Rogers Clark expedition boats going from George Creek mouth boat yard.

10851-6-897-898-May 25, 1781: Top document. Commonwealth of Virginia account with George Jackson for 22 head of beef cattle. Names: William Harrison, James Cackman.

10852-6-897-898-May 26, 1781: Second document. Col. Stephen Trigg appointed Andrew Steele to be commissary for the Lincoln County militia. Names: [Joseph] Lindsay, Samuel Pepper of Montgomery County.

10853-6-899-900-May 18, 1781: Top document. State of Virginia account with Alexander McPerson for supplying salt. Names: Thomas Gist.

10854-6-899-900-May 20, 1781: Second document. John sold 100 gallons of whiskey to William Harrison for George Rogers Clark expedition.

10855-6-899-900-May 30, 1781: Third document. State of Virginia account with James Mundel or Mundale for supplying 212 kegs of flour. Names: George Gregg, Thomas Gist.

10856-6-901-904-May 19, 1781: Top document. Duplicate filming. Receipt of Peter Coleman for dispatch service from Louisville for George Rogers Clark. Names: P. Milburg.

10857-6-901-904-May 26, 1781: Second document. Duplicate filming. Receipt of John Hardin for grinding and supplying indian corn for George Rogers Clark expedition. Names: Thomas Gist, Nicholas Blake.

10858-6-901-904-May 8, 1781: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Martin Carney at Fort Patrick Henry issued rations for 26 men, 2 women and 2 children of Capt. John Baley company.

10859-6-905-906-May 18, 1781: Invoice and receipt of Peter Triplett for 131 kegs of flour received by Thomas Gist at Boat Yard at Mouth of George's Creek. Triplett promised to deliver the flour to Fort Pitt for use of George Rogers Clark expedition.

10860-6-907-910-May 22, 1781: Top document. Duplicate filming. Peter Boss sold 75 gallons of whiskey to Joseph MakDolle [McDowell].

10861-6-907-910-May 18, 1781: Second document. Duplicate filming. John Jones? of Washington County sold corn to Capt. John Dodge.

10862-6-907-910-May 8, 1781: Third document. Duplicate filming. George Slaughter order to issue 8 day rations for widow of Ensign Asher.

10863-6-907-910-May 1, 1781: Fourth document. Duplicate filming. Fort Patrick Henry issued rations for Capt. John Baley company.

10864-6-907-910-May 21, 1781: Fifth document. Duplicate filming. Capt. John Baley certified he had condemned commissary beef, which had spoiled due to hot sultry weather.

10865-6-911-914-May 14, 1781: Top document. Duplicate filming. Fort Patrick Henry issued rations for 26 men, 2 women and 2 children if company of Capt. John Baley.

10866-6-911-914-May 20, 1781: Second document. Duplicate filming. Mathias Shannon supplied 100 gallons of tar to William Harrison. Names: Mathias Fheine?

10867-6-911-914-May ?, 1781: Third document. Duplicate filming. Unable to read.

10868-6-911-914-May ?, 1781: Fourth document. Duplicate filming. Faded. Receipt of Peter Triplett. Names: Nicholas Blake.

10869-6-915-916-May 18, 1781: Top document. John Moore certified Samuel Hinch was employed in the purchasing department from May 18, 1781 to June 1, 1781 during which time he found his own house and provisions and was entitled to pay.

10870-6-915-916-May 10, 1781: Second document. Lieut. James Asturgus order for powder and lead for 12 men under his command at Falls of Ohio. Names: Floyd Slaughter.

10871-6-915-916-May 20, 1781: Third document. Rations issued for 35 men and 1 washer woman of Capt. [Benjamin] Roberts company. Names: Ensign William Roberts.

10872-6-915-916-May 18, 1781: Bottom document. Incomplete. Names: Capt. John Dodge, Chris Skelton, Abingdon Town?

10873-6-917-918-May ?, 1781: Top document. Incomplete. Voucher for payment to Mr. Elliott for purchasing a horse for trip to Kaskaskia.

10874-6-917-918-May 18, 1781: Second document. Sergeant Simon Fletcher certified Capt. John Dodge supplied rations for himself and some soldiers upon expedition from Post Vincent to Pittsburgh. Reference to Washington County.

10875-6-917-918-May 16, 1781: Third document. Evan Shelby of Sullivan County sold corn for use of Capt. John Dodge party going to government.

10876-6-919-920-May 18, 1781: Top document. William Hays at Harts Town was paid for shoeing horses for party of Capt. John Dodge going to the government.

10877-6-919-920-May 5, 1781: Second document. Anne Logan at Logans Town was paid for meals for use of Capt. John Dodge party going to the government.

10878-6-919-920-May 16, 1781: Bottom document. James Mitchell was paid for corn sold to Capt. John Dodge, who was on his way to the government.

10879-6-921-923-May 20, 1781: Commonwealth of Virginia account with John Evans. Entries begin March 18, 1781 and go through May 18, 1781. Funds were reimbursed by William Harrison. Names: Abigail Evans, Henry Stephens, Elijah Evans, William Smith, Abner Harp, Thomas Wade, James Johnson, John Burk, ? Martin, Samuel McGinley, Abraham Hendrich, and Nicholas Blake. Items and services were: hemp, payment for employment, tar, whiskey, work at boat yard, mutton, beef, corn, and bacon.

10880-6-924-927-May 5, 1781: Top document. Duplicate filming. William Logan at Logans Town was paid for meals for Capt. John Dodge party going to the government.

10881-6-924-927-May 3, 1781: Second Document. Duplicate filming. William Nell at Logans Station was paid for supplying venison for use of the Indian Department by Capt. John Dodge.

10882-6-924-927-May 23, 1781: Third document. Duplicate filming. Payment to Mr. Eliott

10883-6-928-929-May 12, 1781: Top document. State of Virginia account with Anthony Sills for 200 kegs of flour. Names: Thomas Gist.

10884-6-928-929-May 5, 1781: Second document. Capt. John Dodge at Logans Town paid William Montgomery by brown holland cloth in exchange for meals given to friendly indians. Equivalent cost was $ 100.

10885-6-928-929-May 14, 1781: Third document. Jacob Haymaker order to Joseph Parkison to give 6 barrels of tar and 400 pounds of iron for use of boat yard to Jacob Whetsel.

10886-6-930-932-May 4, 1781: Top document. Capt. John Dodge at Harets Town paid Richard Henrdick for rations. Names: John Lapsey.

10887-6-930-932-May 8, 1781: Second document. Thomas Gist paid James Finley for wheat supplied for George Rogers Clark expedition.

10888-6-930-932-May 31, 1781: Third document. George Slaughter order to issue 14 barrels of corn, 23 barrels of dried beef, 6 barrels of salt to Sergeant Patton, who was transporting such for the relief of Fort Jefferson. A flat boat with oars were also issued at Fort Nelson for the trip.

10889-6-933-935-May 3, 1781: Top document. Duplicate filming. Rations issued for 10 men of Capt. [John} Rogers company. Names: George Slaughter, John Merriwither.

10890-6-933-935-May 10, 1781: Second document. Duplicate filming. State of Virginia account with Joseph McClane for 60 gallons of whiskey. Names: John Caldwell.

10891-6-933-935-May 2, 1781: Third document. Duplicate filming Nicholas Blake received 200 pounds of beef from John Hardin for use of boat yard at the mouth of George Creek.

10892-6-933-935-May 13, 1781: Fourth document. Duplicate filming. Rations for 4 days issued to 14 men of Capt. John Rogers company. Names: George Slaughter.

10893-6-936-939-May 8, 1781: Top document. Duplicate filming. Payment for corn to ? Richardson by Capt. John Dodge, who was going to the government.

10894-6-936-939-May 8, 1781: Second document. Duplicate filming. Rations issued for 25 men and 1 washer woman of Capt. [Benjamin] Roberts and for the widow of Ensign Asher. Names: Ensign William Roberts, George Slaughter.

10895-6-936-939-May 8, 1781: Third document. Duplicate filming. Rations issued for a man of Capt. [Benjamin] Roberts company. Names: Ensign William Roberts, George Slaughter.

10896-6-936-939-May 7, 1781: Fourth document. Rations issued for party of Capt. John Dodge going to the government. Names: John Willson.

10897-6-940-943-May 10, 1781: Top document. Duplicate filming. Rations issued for 33 men and 1 washer woman of Capt. [Benjamin] Roberts company and for widow of Ensign Asher. Names: Ensign William Roberts, George Slaughter.

10898-6-940-943-May ?, 1781: Second document. Duplicate filming. Faded. Reference to 200 kegs of flour supplied by Moses Davidson.

10899-6-940-943-May ?, 1781: Third document. Duplicate filming. Faded. Reference to smith work done by David Morton.

10900-6-944-945-May 17, 1781: Top document. Capt. John Dodge paid $60 for use of John Philips' horse.

109001-6-944-945-May 21, 1781: Second document. George Slaughter received a canoe from Will Shannon. Names: Jacob Pyeatt.

10902-6-944-945-May 21, 1781: Third document. John Talbot in Bickfort County supplied diets for party of Capt. John Dodge going to the government.

10903-6-944-945-May 5, 1781: Fourth document. Capt. John Dodge paid $31 to Margaret Montgomery for a hammer to shoe horses at Logans Town. Names: ? McKnight, unable to read 1 name.

10904-6-946-947-May 2, 1781: Top document. James Allison gave 2 kegs of tar to Thomas Brown to deliver to Ezekiel Painter.

10905-6-946-947-May 10, 1781: Second document. Rations issued for a man of Capt. [John] rogers company. Names: George Slaughter, John Thruston.

10906-6-946-947-May 7, 1781: Third document. George Slaughter order to Falls of Ohio to issue 14 day rations for use of John Crutchfield.

10907-6-948-951-May 7, 1781: Top document. Duplicate filming. Capt. John Dodge paid for 5 meals for 5 men at Little Houslstone. Names: James Draper?

10908-6-948-951-May 16, 1781: Second document. Duplicate filming. Purchase of beef for use of Monongalia County Volunteers, who were marching to join General [George Rogers] Clark. Names: William Robinson, Benjamin Cartwright, Capt. Joseph Friend.

10909-6-952-953-May 23, 1781: Top document. Appraisement of 25 head of beef purchased by Commonwealth of Virginia for the Western Expedition commanded by General [George Rogers] Clark. Names: Col. William Harrison, William Crawford, Joshua Allen, Thomas Rogers, David Scott, and James Cockman.

10910-6-954-956-May 12, 1781: Invoice for 60 kegs of flour delivered to Sargeant Robert Porter by order of Col. [William] Harrison for delivery to David Dunken at Fort Pitt.

10911-6-957-962-May 15, 1781: Top document. Duplicate filming. Dark images. Fort Patrick Henry issued rations for 26 men, 2 women and 2 children of Capt. John Baley company.

10912-6-957-962-May 22, 1781: Second document. Duplicate filming. Rations issued for 36 men, 2 women and 2 children of Capt. John Baley company.

10913-6-957-962-May 29, 1782: Third document. Duplicate filming. Rations issued for 26 men, 3 women and 2 children of Capt John Baley company.

10914-6-957-962-May 31, 1781: Fourth document. Duplicate filming. Whiskey issued to Capt. Comey? Names: Will Harrison, John.

10915-6-957-962-June 8, 1781: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Tallow was issued to Cornet Thruston, Mr. Plank and Capt. John Rogers. Names: George Slaughter.

10916-6-963-966-May 18, 1781: Top right document. Duplicate filming. Jonathan R--- [name incomplete] received salt from Zephaniah Blackford.

10917-6-963-966-May 28, 1781: Second document. Duplicate filming. Appears at left top document on Frame #963 but as second on other frames. Rations issued. Names: George Slaughter, Ensign William Roberts.

10918-6-963-966-May 30, 1781: Third document. Duplicate filming. Rations issued for Capt. John Baley.

10919-6-967-972-May 28, 1781: Top document. Duplicate filming. Dark image. Arrangement of top document for microfilming is not the same for each filming. Fort Patrick Henry issued rations to Capt. John Baley.

10920-6-967-972-May 31, 1781: Second document. Duplicate filming. Dark image. Arrangement of document is not same for each filming. Rations issued for a commissary. Names: Capt. John Baley, Zephaniah Blackford.

10921-6-967-972-May 25, 1781: Third document. Duplicate filming. Fort Patrick Henry issued rations for 26 men, 2 women and 2 children in Capt. John Baley company.

10922-6-967-972-May 11, 1781: Bottom left document. Duplicate filming. Fort Patrick Henry issued 9 day rations for Capt. John Baley and a commissary.

10923-6-967-972-May 31, 1781: Bottom right document. Duplicate filming. Rations issued for 31 days issued for a French interpreter and his wife. Names: Capt. John Baley.

10924-6-973-974-May 3, 1781: Top document. Joseph Rogers was paid for [blacksmith] work. Reference to wagoners. Names: Robert Craigen, John Wilson, Alexander McCoy.

10925-6-973-974-May 8, 1781: Bottom document. State of Virginia account with William Walker for going to Benjamin Kuykendall for public service for the state's boat department. Names: Jacob Haymaker, ? Moore, unable to read 1 name.

10926-6-975-978-May 6, 1781: Commonwealth of Virginia account with William Shannon. Four page document. Various dates for entries of credit, balances and listing of names and services. Reference to payment of voucher for a Batteause [indian?], Quartermaster General of Western Department, Commissary, Treasurer. Names: Thomas Vickaroy?, Zephaniah Blackford, George Wilson, Patrick Kennedy, Mr. Pendergrass, James Sullivan, James Francis Moore, Adam Burgneans, John Marney.

10927-6-979-980-May 24, 1781: Top document. Capt. Robert George order to Israel Dodge at Fort Patrick Henry to issue cotton linen and paper frame clasps to Capt. Edward Worthington.

10928-6-979-980-May 14, 1781: Second document. George Slaughter order at Falls of Ohio to issue 6 day ration of corn and beef for 4 men on command from Fort Jefferson.

10929-6-979-980-May 8, 1781: Bottom document. Capt. Robert George order to Martin Carney to issue a quart of taffia to Barner Bapackand? for purchasing ?. Names: James Finn, Dallosom?

10930-6-981-982-May 8, 1781: Top document. Fort Jefferson replaced a gun lost when canoe turned over in the Mississippi River. Names: Martin Carney, Capt. Robert George, Lieut. Richard Clark, William Cannor, Sergeant George Fortinbod?

10931-6-981-982-May ?, 1781: Second document. Faded. Names: Fort Jefferson, William Elms, Israel Dodge.

10932-6-981-982-May 3, 1781: Third document on left. Fort Jefferson issued taffia. Names: Capt. [Richard] Brashear, Capt. Robert George, Sergeant John Walker.

10933-6-981-982-May 11, 1781: Fourth document on right. Fort Jefferson issued taffia for 25 men on fatigue (military duty). Names: Capt. Robert George.

10934-6-981-982-May 23, 1781: Bottom document. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Jefferson to pay Mrs. Elizabeth Burk for making 8 shirts.

10935-6-983-986-May 17, 1781: Top document. Duplicate filming. Difficult to read. Petition of soldier James Bigger of the Illinois Regiment to Col. John Montgomery. Soldier enlisted 15 months ago in company of Capt. Jesse Evans. Soldier was of "great age" being 56 years old and no longer had ability to perform soldier duty. [Cannot determine if petition was for discharge.] Other side of document concerns appointment of John Donne with Martin Carney and Donne's request for a bottle of taffia.

10936-6-983-986-May ?, 1781: Second document. Duplicate filming. Request for 5 gallons of taffia. Names: James Finn, Capt. Robert George.

10937-6-983-986-May 19, 1781: Third document. Duplicate filming. Capt. Robert George order to Israel Dodge at Fort Jefferson to issue a looking glass to Lieut. Joseph Calvit.

10938-6-987-990-May 17, 1781: Top document. Duplicate filming. Fort Jefferson issued 3 pints of taffia to John Dawson for use of Lieut. Richard Clark.

10939-6-987-990-May 30, 1781: Second document. Duplicate filming. Capt. Robert George order to issue sugar.

10940-6-987-990-May 3, 1781: Third document. Duplicate filming. Fort Jefferson issued a gun/rifle to Andrew Ryan. Names: Lieut. Joseph Calvit, Capt. Robert George.

10941-6-987-990-May 5, 1781: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. John Donne at Fort Jefferson requested Israel Dodge to issue 8 bunches of cap wire.

10942-6-991-994-October 18, 1780. Patrick Kennedy's report of bills drawn for Col. John Montgomery on the Treasurer of Virginia from Jan. 28, 1779 to Oct. 18, 1781. Apparently was not filed until May of 1781. Names: Monsieur Janist, ? Beauvais for wood and flour, Antoine Bienvenue, Monsieur Dupree, Doctor Connard for medicine, Monsieur Godin Fouranjour, Charlo Charleville, Vital Beauvais, Perault Langlois, Gabriel Cere, Joseph Brazeau, Monsieur Carboneau, Dan Murray, John Gerault, Andrew Rey, Capt. Placide, Antoine Renault, Monsieur Baptist Barbeau, Henry Crutcher, Major Richard McCarty, Nicholas Lachance, Joseph Brazeau, Francois Frotie, Capt. Sansacon?, Richard Winston, Antoine Arment, Monsieur Baptist Charleville, David McCray, Thomas Bentley.

BOX 633-FOLDER 107

LETTERS-JUNE 1781

FRAMES #995-1010

9 documents filmed on 10 frames.

10943-6-996-1001-June 1, 1781: Duplicate filming. George Rogers Clark letter of appointment of Capt. William Cherry as Commissary of Provision Stores for the Western District and authorizing him to appoint one or more assistants. Top of letter stated Head quarters was Yohogania Court House. The Governor of Virginia was agreeable to appointment. George Wells certified Capt. William Cherry served as Commissary form December 8, 1781 to October 29, 1784.

10944-6-1002-June 2, 1781: Letters of William Harrison to Governor Nelson. Filed and printed elsewhere.

10945-6-1003-June 5, 1781: Letter of J. M. P,. Legras [LeGras] to Governor Thomas Jefferson. Filed and printed elsewhere.

10946 -6-1004-June 2, 1781: Letters of William Harrison sent to Governor Nelson. Filed and printed elsewhere.

10947-6-1005-June 5, 1781: Letter of J. M. P. Legras [LeGras] to Governor Thomas Jefferson. Filed and printed elsewhere.

10948-6-1006-June 22, 1781: Letter of Daniel Clark to Governor Nelson. [Petition]. Filed and printed elsewhere.

10949-6-1007-June 25, 1781: Letter of P. Sejean to Governor T. Nelson. [Petition] Filed and printed elsewhere.

10950-6-1008-June 26, 1781: Letter of General Skillern to Governor T. Nelson. Filed and printed elsewhere.

10951-6-1009-June 30, 1781: Letter from Inhabitants of Vincennes to Governor T. Nelson. Written in French. Filed and printed elsewhere.

10952-6-1010-June 30, 1781: Letter from Inhabitants of Vincennes to Governor T. Nelson. Written in French. Filed and printed elsewhere.

BOX 633-FOLDER 108

VOUCHERS-JUNE 1781

FRAMES #1011-1076

92 documents filmed on 65 frames.

10953-6-1012-1013-June 1, 1781: Top document. Fort Patrick Henry issued rations for 34 days. Names: Capt. John Baley, Zephaniah Blackford,

10954-6-1012-1013-June 29, 1781: Second document. Beef cattle received for use of Jacob Haymaker's boat yard. Names: Capt. William Cherry, Col. William Harrison, Joseph McDowell.

10955-6-1012-1013-June 30, 1781: Third document. Joseph Parkison supplied 42,875 feet of plank, 779 pounds of iron, tar, hemp, and gimlets for building boats for General George Rogers Clark expedition. Names: Alexander Craig.

10956-6-1012-1013-June 29, 1781: Bottom document. Zackquille Morgan received 3 large flat boats with 15 oars and 1 barge with 8 oars, 22 drawing knives, 5 broad ax, 4 adages, 2 hammers, 1 iron crow bar, 4 augers, 1 plane, 9 caulking irons, 2 mallets, 42 gallons of tar, a bundle of rope, 22 empty bags from Thomas Gist and promised to deliver to the quarter master of New Store.

10957-6-1014-1018-June 4, 1781: Top document. Duplicate filming. Capt. John Baley order to Fort Patrick Henry to issue 8 pounds of tallow to make soap for washing clothes of troops.

10958-6-1014-1018-June 16, 1781: Second document. Duplicate filming. Fort Patrick Henry issued 7 day rations for Capt. John Baley.

10959-6-1014-1018-June 19, 1781: Third document on left. Duplicate filming. Capt. John Baley order to Fort Patrick Henry to issue 4 day ration for French interpreter.

10960-6-1014-1018-June 27, 1781: Fourth document on right. Duplicate filming. Fort Patrick Henry issued 4 day ration for Capt. John Baley.

10961-6-1014-1018-June 14, 1781: Fifth document on left. Capt. John Baley order to Fort Patrick Henry to issue 4 day ration to French interpreter.

10962-6-1014-1018-June 26, 1781: Bottom left document. Duplicate filming. Capt. John Baley order to Martin Carney at Fort Patrick Henry to issue 4 pounds of tallow to the washer woman to make soap to wash clothes for the company.

10963-6-1014-1018-June 18, 1781 Bottom right document. Duplicate filming. Capt. John Baley order to Fort Patrick Henry to issue 4 day ration for French interpreter.

10964-6-1019-1020-June 29, 1781: Top document. Cornet John Thruston order for 1 and 1/2 gallons of distilled whiskey for his mess.

10965-6-1019-1020-June 25, 1781: Second document. State of Virginia account with Jacob Israel for 364 pounds of beef. Names: Thomas Gist.

10966-6-1019-1020-June 1, 1781: Third document on left. Capt. John Baley order to Fort Patrick Henry for 11 pounds of tallow to make candles.

10967-6-1019-1020-June 30, 1781: Fourth document on right. Capt. John Baley order to Fort Patrick Henry to issue 4 day ration to French interpreter.

10968-6-1019-1020-June 5, 1781: Fifth document on left. Capt. John Baley order to Fort Patrick Henry to issue 3 day rations for 28 men, 3 women and 2 children.

10969-6-1019-1020-June 1, 1781: Sixth document on right. Martin Carney at Fort Patrick Henry issued 15 day rations to Capt. John Baley.

10970-6-1019-1020-June 10, 1781: Bottom document. Capt. John Baley order to Fort Patrick Henry to issue rations for French interpreter.

10971-6-1021-1022-June 28, 1781: Top document. Cornet John Thruston and George Slaughter order to issue powder and lead for the Jefferson County militia.

10972-6-1021-1022-June 30, 1781: Second document. William McClellan sold 20 gallons of whiskey to Joseph McDowell for use of Haymaker Boat Yard.

10973-6-1021-1022-June 28, 1781: Third document. Israel Dodge paid Owen Owens for grog for the indians.

10974-6-1021-1022-June 29, 1781: Bottom document. Israel Dodge paid Daniel Kidd for grog and whiskey for the indians.

10975-6-1023-1024-June 27, 1781: Top document. John Dodge paid $700 to Enos Ataaker for deer skins, which the indians were marking with figures to present to ? Lemas.

10976-6-1023-1024-June 28, 1781: Second document. John Dodge paid Owen Owens for grog for the indians.

10977-6-1023-1024-June 4, 1781: Third document on left. Capt. John Baley order to Fort Patrick Henry to issue powder, lead and flint to a man in his company.

10978-6-1023-1024-June 26, 1781: Fourth document on right. Capt. John Baley order to Fort Patrick Henry to issue 4 day ration to French interpreter.

10979-6-1023-1024-June 24, 1781: Fifth document. Capt. John Baley order to Fort Patrick Henry to issue 4 day rations to 4 men on express.

10980-6-1023-1024-June 29, 1781: Bottom document. John Mires? supplied 93 bushels of corn for use of Col. Crockett Regiment. Names: Hugh McGavock.

10981-6-1025-1026-June 29, 1781: Top document. John Caldwell received 42 kegs of flour delivered by Joseph Shaw brigade of pack horses for use of General George Rogers Clark army.

10982-6-1025-1026-June 28, 1781: Second document. John Dodge paid David Greiner for grog for indians.

10983-6-1025-1026-June 18, 1781: Third document. Major Thomas Quirk order to John Harrison and R. Barber to issue corn and beef to Joseph Tayor.

10984-6-1025-1026-June 16, 1781: Bottom document. Ration of flour, pork and salt given by Joseph Parkison for William Evins? and 3 men of the Seventh Regiment sent after deserters.

10985-6-1027-1028-June 16, 1781: Top document. Joseph South was given 4 pounds of pork and 3 quarts of whiskey for himself and 4 hands, who were transporting tar to Haymaker Boat Yard. Names: John Caldwell, Joseph Parkison.

10986-6-1027-1028-June 28, 1781: Second document. John Dodge paid $50 to Owen Owens for paint for the indian skins.

10987-6-1027-1028-June 14, 1781: Third document. Joseph Parkison issued corn, hay, and salt to William Johnson for 54 days use of his team in public service at the boat yard.

10988-6-1027-1028-May 20, 1781: Fourth document. Joseph Parkison issued flour, 7 quarts of whiskey to Peter Triplett for himself and 4 hands, who went from the Boat yard at the mouth of George Creek to Pittsburgh to transport iron.

10989-6-1029-1030-June 29, 1781: Top document. Joseph Parkison issued corn, hay, and salt to William McConnell for 84 days use of his team in public service at the boat yard.

10990-6-1029-1030-June 21, 1781: Second document. John Caldwell issued pork, and salt to Joseph Shaw for use of park horses carrying flour from John Cannons mill to the mouth of George Creek Boat Yard.

10991-6-1029-1030-June 25, 1781: Bottom document. John Hitchins? of Stewards Crossing was paid $200 by Capt. Benjamin Field of the Light Horse Company for 8 diets and forage for 5 horses on their march to the New Store.

10992-6-1031-1032-June 26, 1781: Top left document. Capt. John Baley order to issue powder and lead to 4 men going on express to Falls of Ohio.

10993-6-1031-1032-June 25, 1781: Top right document. Capt. John Baley order to issue rations for 4 men going on express.

10994-6-1031-1032-June 23, 1781: Third document on left. Capt. John Baley order to Fort Patrick Henry to issue powder and lead to a man in his company.

10995-6-1031-1032-June 3, 1781: Fourth document on right. Fort Patrick Henry gave powder and lead to Shawnee Benn and Dear for journey. Names: Capt. John Baley.

10996-6-1031-1032-June 25, 1781: Fifth document. Ration of sugar. Names: Capt. Robert George, Sergeant John Walker.

10997-6-1031-1032-June 28, 1781: Sixth document. James Ramsay of the Calvary order to Mr. Jones to replace corn provided by John Miles for use of the state.

10998-6-1033-1034-June 28, 1781: Top document. Reference to boats and oars. Names: Allen Craig, Head workman at Parkinson [Boat Yard], Capt. Abraham Tipton.

10999-6-1033-1034-May 30, 1781: Second document. Incomplete. Flour and whiskey. Names: ? Joseph.

11000-6-1033-1034-April 25, 1781: Third document. Salt for use of boat yard at the mouth of George Creek. Names: ? Howard, Nicholas Blake.

11001-6-1033-1034-May 27, 1781: Fourth document. Dan Bay at New London was paid for shoeing horses of Capt. John Dodge, who was going to the government.

11002-6-1035-1038-June 26, 1781: Top document. Duplicate filming. Capt. John Rogers orders to issue tobacco for 3 men of his company.

11003-6-1035-1038-June 26, 1781: Second document. Duplicate filming. Cornet John Thruston requested Martin Carney to issue whiskey.

11004-6-1035-1038-June 23, 1781: Third document. Duplicate filming. Dark images. Capt. John Bailey request to Martin Carney for rations.

11005-6-1035-1038-June 13, 1781: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Dark images. Capt. John Baley order to Martin Carney to issue rations for 27 men, 2 women and 2 children.

11006-6-1039-1040-June 29, 1781: Top document. Thomas Gist delivered large flat bottom boat with 15 oars, a barge with 8 oars, 2 broad ax, 4 augers, 2 hammers, 1 iron crow bar, 1 plane, 2 mallets, rope, 9 cooking irons, 22 empty casks, and 3 camp kettles to Zack Morgan, who promised to deliver the items to New Store quarter master camp.

11007-6-1039-1040-June 11, 1781: Second document. Joseph McGibbin sold corn and whiskey to Joseph Parkison for use of the brigade of wagon horses used in public service of George Rogers Clark.

11008-6-1039-1040-June 29, 1781: Third document. Faded. Capt. Zack Morgan paid ? Let for mutton for use of Capt. Joseph.

11009-6-1039-1040-June 10, 1781: Bottom document. Capt. Zack Morgan paid $100 to Owen Davis for 10 bushels of wheat for use of his volunteers.

11010-6-1041-1044-June 30, 1781: Top document. Duplicate filming. David Kennedy paid Isaac Kenze? for employed 8 days as a wagoner in the country's service.

11011-6-1041-1044-June 20, 1781: Second document. Duplicate filming. William Cherry received 3 sheep, a hog and 31 pounds of veal from Capt. Andrew Heath at New Store for use of General George Rogers Clark expedition.

11012-6-1041-1044-June 30, 1781: Third document. Duplicate filming. Capt. John Baley order at Fort Patrick Henry for rations for an express man from Falls of Ohio to Fort Patrick Henry.

11013-6-1041-1044-June 30, 1781: Fourth document. Duplicate filming. Capt. John Dodge paid John Rode? for corn.

11014-6-1041-1044-June 30, 1781: Fifth document. Duplicate filming. Capt. John Dodge paid W. Earlham for pasture and forage.

11015-6-1041-1044-June 1, 1781: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Capt. John Baley order to Fort Patrick Henry to issue rations for 28 men, 3 women and 2 children.

11016-6-1045-1048-June 13, 1781: Top document. Duplicate filming. Dark image. Capt. John Baley order to Fort Patrick Henry to issue 4 day rations for 27 men, 3 women and 2 children.

11017-6-1045-1048-June 30, 1781: Second document. Duplicate filming. Capt. John Dodge paid John Beckley for grog.

11018-6-1045-1048-June 26, 1781: Third document. Duplicate filming. Will Harrison gave John McCafhery corn and beef for wagoners and teams for service from Stewards Crossing to New Store.

11019-6-1045-1048-March 24, 1781: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. John Caldwell supplied John Searfoss with bacon. Reference to boat builders, Parkison Yard, smith and pork.

11020-6-1049-1052-June 27, 1781: Top document. Duplicate filming. Capt. John Baley order at Fort Patrick Henry for rations for 28 men, 3 women and 2 children.

11021-6-1049-1052-June 8, 1781: Second document. Duplicate filming. Capt. John Baley order to Fort Patrick Henry for rations for 27 men, 3 women and 2 children.

11022-6-1049-1052-May 1, 1781: Third document. Duplicate filming. Will Harrison order to supply salt for Haymakers Boat Yard. Names: Joseph Atkinson?. ? McDowell.

11023-6-1053-1054-June 29, 1781: Top document. Expense for 22 day pasture for 8 horses of indians and another horse for 7 days. Names: Capt. John Dodge, Samuel Lewis.

11024-6-1053-1054-June 26, 1781: Bottom document. Powder and lead issued for Jefferson County militia. Names: Cornet John Thruston, George Slaughter, John Haster?

11025-6-1055-1056-June 29, 1781: Top document. State of Virginia account with William Flemming for sundry articles and lodging for Capt. John Dodge. Names: Peter Hines?

11026-6-1055-1056-March 24, 1781: Second document. Payment for corn for 4 pack horses. Names: Joseph Parkison, John Pearson?

11027-6-1055-1056-June 29, 1781: Third document. Joseph McDowell paid Hendrey Shaver for iron for use of Haymaker Boat Yard.

11028-6-1057-1058-June 30, 1781: Top document. Payment for ? for use of boats at Haymaker Boat Yard. Names: Joseph McDowell, Joseph Patterson.

11029-6-1057-1058-June 28, 1781: Second document. State of Virginia account with John Miner for items used at the Boat Yard at the mouth of George Creek and for use of George Rogers Clark expedition. Items: 5507 feet of 2 inch plank, sawing of plank, and use of wagoner. Names: Robert Wickliff.

11030-6-1057-1058-June 8, 1781: Third document. Whiskey issued to men, who took boats out of the water to transport to New Store. Names: Joseph Parkison, Thomas Young, John Caldwell.

11031-6-1059-1060-June 28, 1781: Top document. Capt. John Dodge paid William Lewis for pasture for indian horses.

11032-6-1059-1060-June 28, 1781: Second document. Joseph McDowell paid Hugh Quigley for tar to caulk boats at the Haymaker Boat Yard.

11033-6-1059-1060-June 29, 1781: Third document. William Harrison provided 13 bushels of oats and 12 and 1/2 bushels of indian corn for use of 5 teams hauling stones to the New Store near Fort Pitt. Names: Hugh Wilt.

11034-6-1061-1062-June 31, 1781: Top document. Written in French. Reference to taffia and vermillion. Names: Godefroy Linctot, Charles Duny.

11035-6-1061-1062-June ?, 1781: Second document. Receipts for tallow and pork. Reference to Lewistown. Names: Joseph Lindsay, George Rogers Clark, Samuel Martin, William Hays, J. McMillen.

11036-6-1063-1066-June 28, 1781: Top document. Duplicate filming. Payment for rum and grog for privates. Names: Capt. John Dodge, Dommie? Callogson?

11037-6-1063-1066-June 23, 1781: Second document. Duplicate filming. Capt. John Bailey order to Fort Patrick Henry to issue rations.

11038-6-1063-1066-June 30, 1781: Third document. Duplicate filming. Capt. John Dodge paid $200 for furnishings for the Chief's wife. Names: John Donoghy?

11039-6-1063-1066-June 15, 1781: Fourth document. Duplicate filming. Capt. John Baley order to Fort Patrick Henry for rations for 27 men, 3 women and 2 children.

11040-6-1067-1070-June ?, 1781: Top document. Duplicate filming. Expenditure at Lewistown for hay for use of George Rogers Clark expedition. Names: Joseph Lindsay.

11041-6-1067-1070-March 15, 1781: Second document. Duplicate filming. Isaac Parkison certified Benjamin Field had supplied salt and corn for use of boat yard.

11042-6-1067-1070-June ?, 1781: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Expenditures for corn. Names: Capt. John Dodge, John Donoghy.

11043-6-1071-1073-June 29, 1781: Account of provisions of flour, pork, bacon, hay, corn, rice, salt and whiskey used at the boat yard. Reference to slaughtering of pork and beef at Parkison Boat Yard. Names: John Caldwell, Isaac Parkison, Nicholas Blake, ? Haymaker, William Gilmore, Joseph Laine, Thomas Young, William Evins, Joseph Shaw, William McConnell, William Harrison, Abraham Frye, John McGraw, Thomas Parkison, and John Shude?

11044-6-1074-1075-June 30, 1781: Inventory of Quarter Master store received at New Store from Col. William Harrison, George Cotter and John McCashen. Items: powder, lead, tar, cloth. Names: Rice Bullock, George Walls.

11045-6-1076-June 29, 1781: Lieut. E. Hoswell of artillery received 115 pounds of beef for use of 2 officers and 32 men in the service of the Untied States on their march to Fort Pitt. Names: William Harrison.

BOX 633-FOLDER 109

VOUCHERS-JUNE 1781

FRAMES #1077-1127

102 documents filmed on 57 frames.

11046-6-1078-1079-June 5, 1781: Top document. Faded. Sugar issued. Unable to read names.

11047-6-1078-1079-June 15, 1781: Second document. Dark image. Capt. John Baley order to issue powder and lead.

11048-6-1078-1079-June 12, 1781: Third document on left. Flour issued for 38 men. Names: Gilbert Simpson, Capt. Thomas Young.

11049-6-1078-1079-June 5, 1781: Fourth document on right. Ben Glenn at New Store received 100 kegs of flour from Samuel Newell and promised to deliver to Fort Pitt for use of Expedition.

11050-6-1078-1079-June ?, 1781: Bottom document. Lieut. Col. John Montgomery order for powder, ball and flints.

11051-6-1080-1081-June ?, 1781: Top document. Payment for grog by John Dodge to Catherine Buster?

11052-6-1080-1081-June 12, 1781: Second document. Gilbert Simpson supplied 41 kegs of flour and 4 kegs of shorts to Capt. Thomas Young for journey of George Rogers Clark campaign.

11053-6-1080-1081-June 11, 1781: Third document. William Harrison paid William Schooles for making 6 linen shirts.

11054-6-1080-1081-June 5, 1781: Fourth document. Benjamin Wells supplied bacon to ? Stephens.

11055-6-1082-1083-June 9, 1781: Top document. Bacon and dried beef supplied for use of wagoners. Names: John Canon, Joseph McKibbin.

11056-6-1082-1083-June 7, 1781: Bottom document. Account of Commonwealth of Virginia with George Pomeroy for beef, cheese, butter, corn, salt and a bull provided to William Shannon. Names: John Floyd.

11057-6-1084-1085-June 11, 1781: Top document. Rations supplied for 47 men, who were employed to take flour to Fort Pitt. Unable to read names.

11058-6-1084-1085-June 19, 1781: Second document. Faded. Unable to read.

11059-6-1084-1085-June 12, 1781: Bottom document. Supplies for George Rogers Clark. Names: Jacob Wyant, Joseph McDowell.

11060-6-1086-1087-June 12, 1781: Top document. Payment for employment as chopper at boat yard at the mouth of George Creek. Names: N. Blake, Henry Thomas, Robert Wickliff.

11061-6-1086-1087-June 12, 1781: Second document. Employment as artificer at boat yard at the mouth of George Creek. Names: Robert Wickliff, N. Blake, Bazel Brown.

11062-6-1086-1087-June 11, 1781: Third document. Names: Jamey Stephenson, Benjamin Wells.

11063-6-1086-1087 June 3, 1781: Bottom document. Faded. Kegs of flour. Names: Benjamin Wells, Capt. John Kerney.

11064-6-1088-1090-June 10, 1781: Top document. Benjamin Wells supplied 195 kegs of flour, 28 empty kegs and 4 kegs of whiskey. Names: Rice Briscoe.

11065-6-1088-1090-June 10, 1781: Second document. Commonwealth of Virginia account with Mordicai Kelly for hemp, nails and workers. Names: Joseph McDowell.

11066-6-1088-1090-June 7, 1781: Bottom document. Incomplete. Joseph McDowell paid for beef for boat builders. Unable to read full name of Hugh ----.

11067-6-1091-June 7, 1781: Top document. State of Virginia account with Alex A. Mun, who supplied pitch for boat building. Names: Joseph Parkison, John Caldwell.

11068-6-1091-June 13, 1781: Second document. John Canon received paper.

11069-6-1091-June 7, 1781: Third document. Alex Bar sold pork to Joseph McDowell for use of Boat Master Department.

11070-6-1091-June 7, 1781. John Barr sold pork to Joseph McDowell for use of Boat Master Department.

11071-6-1092-1093-June 5, 1781: Top document. Reference to pelts for use of General George Rogers Clark expedition. Names: Richard McMahen, John Gibson?

11072-6-1092-1093-June 5, 1781: Second document. Robert Wickliff paid Benjamin Goodwin for employment as chopper at boat yard at the mouth of George Creek.

11073-6-1092-1093-June 12, 1781: Third document. William Harrison paid Alex McCallister for making 36 shirts.

11074-6-1092-1093-April 10, 1781: Bottom document. Joseph McDowell paid John Landen for supplying steel for use of Jacob Haymaker boat yard.

11075-6-1094-1097-June 13, 1781: Top document. Duplicate filming. Common-wealth of Virginia account with Joseph Barkley for whiskey for boat yard. Names: Joseph Parkison, John Caldwell.

11076-6-1094-1097-June 11, 1781: Second document. Duplicate filming. John Evans was paid by Thomas Gist for indian corn and hemp delivered at boat yard at the mouth of George Creek for use of George Rogers Clark expedition.

11077-6-1094-1097-June 13, 1781: Third document. Reference to supplies for George Rogers Clark expedition, boat yard at mouth of George Creek. Names: N. Blake, Peter Triplet, Thomas Gist.

11078-6-1098-1099-June 4, 1781: Top document. Adam Hatfield was paid by Thomas Gist for delivering 57 kegs of flour at Philip Shites Mill for use of George Rogers Clark Expedition. Names: Edward Hatfield.

11079-6-1098-1099-June 12, 1781: Second document. William Harrison paid Rebecca Lindsey for making 26 shirts.

11080-6-1098-1099-June 16, 1781: Third document on left. Faded. Names: N. Blake, Robert Wickliff, George Dobey?

11081-6-1098-1099-June 6, 1781: Fourth document on right. Names: Richard Wood, Capt. John Dodge.

11082-6-1098-1099-June ?, 1781: Bottom document. Faded. Unable to read.

11083-6-1100-1101-June 7, 1781: Top document. Payment for use of pasture. Names: Capt. John Dodge, Robert Castham, ? Eastham.

11084-6-1100-1101-June 8, 1781: Second document. Whiskey ration. Names: Ben Clement, Charles Bradford.

11085-6-1100-1101-June 3, 1781: Third document. Payment for employment as artificer at boat yard at the mouth of George Creek. Names: John White, Robert Wickliff, N. Blake.

11086-6-1100-1101-May 6, 1781: Fourth document. Bags of flour for George Rogers Clark Department. Names: Hans Hamilton, Thomas Brown.

11087-6-1102-1103-June 12, 1781: Top document. Employment as artificer at boat yard at the mouth of George Creek. Names: John Shadler, N. Blake, Robert Wickliff.

11088-6-1102-1103-June 15, 1781: Second document. William Harrison paid Samuel Travis for making 69 shirts.

11089-6-1102-1103-June 12, 1781: Third document. Benjamin Well supplied 66 kegs of flour and 58 empty kegs to Thomas Young.

11090-6-1102-1103-June 2, 1781: Fourth document. Jesse McGibbin received 112 kegs of flour from John Canon's mill for use of George Rogers Clark.

11091-6-1102-1103-June 7, 1781: Fifth document. Flour issued for 2 express men. Names: John Howe?

11092-6-1104-1105-June 8, 1781: Top document. Commonwealth of Virginia account with Robert McClian for making 3350 nails for boats. Names: Joseph Parkison, John Caldwell.

11093-6-1104-1105-June 12, 1781: Second document. Grog given to friendly indians. Names: Capt. John Dodge, Owen Owens.

11094-6-1104-1105-June 9, 1781: Bottom document. Faded. Beef supplied for boat yard at the mouth of George Creek. Names: Robert Wickliff.

11095-6-1106-June 10, 1781: Top document. State of Virginia account with Jams Thomas for timber and planks for boat yard. Names: John Caldwell, Joseph Parkison.

11096-6-1106-June 16, 1781: Bottom document. Rations and whiskey issued for 9 men employed taking flour to Fort Pitt from the mouth of George Creek. Names: Peter Triplett.

11097-6-1107-1108-June 11, 1781: Top left document. Corn delivered at the river bank at John Bickets for use of Israel Clark. Names: Joseph Warne, Richard McMachen.

11098-6-1107-1108-June 9, 1781: Top right document. Rations including whiskey issued for 4 men employed to take flour to Fort Pitt. Names: Peter Triplett.

11099-6-1107-1108-June 13, 1781: Third document. Joseph Shaw delivered 20 kegs of flour to Thomas Brown for use of George Rogers Clark's department.

11100-6-1107-1108-June 6, 1781: Fourth document. John Die was paid for use of horses at boat yard at mouth of George Creek. Names: N. Blake, Robert Wickliff.

11101-6-1107-1108-June 8, 1781: Bottom document. Joseph McDowell paid John Turner for a hog.

11102-6-1109-1110-June 18, 1781: Top document. Robert Wickliff paid Philip Ishern? for working as an artificer at the boat yard at the mouth of George Creek. Names: N. Blake.

11103-6-1109-1110-June 15, 1781: Second document on left. Richard McMachen paid $300 to Jonathan Coe for building a store house.

11104-6-1109-1110-June 6, 1781: Third document on right. Payment by Richard McMachen to Absalom Welk for taking flour by wagon from mill to Israel Clark.

11105-6-1109-1110-June 6, 1781: Fourth document. Will Shannon certified Edward Doherty in April of 1781 went on express with dispatches from General George Rogers Clark from Falls of Ohio to Fort Jefferson.

11106-6-1109-1110-June 5, 1781: Bottom document. Capt. Robert George order to issue tobacco for Patt Kennedy trip to Falls of Ohio.

11107-6-1111-June 11, 1781: Top document. Jamey Stephens received 49 pounds of bacon from Benjamin Wells.

11108-6-1111-June 7, 1781: Second document. Joseph McDowell paid William Green for a veal calf for use of boat master's department.

11109-6-1111-June 7, 1781: Third document. Reference to canoe brought to Illinois and Fort Jefferson. Names: Sergeant Crump.

11110-6-1111-June 7, 1781: Fourth document. Reference to payment and Sergeant Crump.

11111-6-1111-June 6, 1781: Bottom document. Faded. Names: Capt. Robert George.

11112-6-1112-June 11, 1781: Top document. Capt. Robert George order for sugar for a man in his company.

11113-6-1112-June 6, 1781: Second document. Capt. Robert George order to issue sugar.

11114-6-1112-June 5, 1781: Third document. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Jefferson to issue sugar to Michael Miles.

11115-6-1113-June 6, 1781: Bottom document. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Jefferson to issue 150 pounds of sugar for his use.

11116-6-1114-1116-June 5, 1781: Top document. Duplicate filming. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Jefferson for sugar for 2 men of Capt. Edward Worthington company.

11117-6-1114-1116-June ?, 1781: Second document. Duplicate filming. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Jefferson to issue sugar to James Finn.

11118-6-1114-1116-June ?, 1781: Third document. Duplicate filming. Faded. Capt. Robert George order at Fort Jefferson to issue sugar.

11119-6-1114-1116-June 6, 1781: Fourth document. Duplicate filming. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Jefferson to issue sugar to Silas Heart?

11120-6-1114-1116-June 8, 1781: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Reference to tobacco to purchase moccasins for detachment going to Falls of Ohio. Names: John Williams, Capt. Robert George, Martin Carney.

11121-6-1117-1118-June 13, 1781: Top document. Names: Capt. Robert George, Lieut. Valentine Thomas Dalton.

11122-6-1117-1118-June 6, 1781: Second document. Fort Jefferson issued tobacco. Names: Capt. Robert George, Joseph Calvit.

11123-6-1117-1118-June ?, 1781: Third document. Faded. Names: Lieut. Valentine Thomas Dalton, Capt. Robert George.

11124-6-1117-1118-June ?, 1781: Fourth document on left. Fort Jefferson issued sugar. Names: George Rogers Clark, Capt. Robert George.

11125-6-1117-1118-June ?, 1781: Fifth document on right. Fort Jefferson issued 4 pounds of sugar to Capt. Robert George.

11126 -6-1119-1120-June 5, 1781: Top document. Fort Jefferson issued sugar. Names: Capt. Robert George, Capt. Abraham Kellar.

11127-6-1119-1120-June 6, 1781: Second document. Fort Jefferson issued sugar to John Doherty and his children for journey to Falls of Ohio. Names: Capt. Robert George, Lieut. Perault.

11128-6-1119-1120-September 13, 1781: Third document. Lieut. Col. John Montgomery certified at Fort Jefferson the report of William Clark, who estimated the amount of corn raised by the inhabitants at Clarksville. Names: Thomas Phelps, George Rogers Clark.

11129-6-1121-June 5, 1781: Top document. Sugar issued. Names: Martin Carney. Capt. Robert George, Lieut. Perault.

11130-6-1121-June 5, 1781: Second document. Capt. Robert George order to issue powder and lead to Joseph Archer.

11131-6-1121-June 13, 1781: Third document on left. Powder and lead issued to 23 men of the Illinois Regiment. Names: Capt. Robert George.

11132-6-1121-June 6, 1781: Fourth document on right. Fort Jefferson issued tobacco for use of James Finn.

11133-6-1121-June 6, 1781: Bottom document. Fort Jefferson issued powder and lead. Names: Capt. Robert George.

11134-6-1122-1123-June 5, 1781: Top document. Capt. Robert George order to issue powder, lead and flint to ? Bond for his trip to Falls of Ohio.

11135-6-1122-1123-October 24, 1780. Second document. Appraisement of beans and other vegetables raised by Thomas Phelps. Reference to value be half of that of corn. Vegetables were taken by troops at Clarksville. Names: Joseph Hunter, John Johnson.

11136-6-1122-1123-June 5, 1781: Third document. Capt. Robert George order to issue coffee ration to a man in his company.

11137-6-1124-June 7, 1781: Top document. Capt. Robert George order to issue sugar to a man in his company.

11138-6-1124-June ?, 1781: Second document. Capt. Robert George order to issue 5 pounds of sugar to Lieut. Perault.

11139-6-1124-June 6, 1781: Third document. Capt. Robert George order to issue tobacco to Capt. Owens.

11140-6-1124-June 5, 1781: Bottom document. Order to issue 23 pounds of sugar. Names: Capt. Robert George, Patt Kennedy.

11141-6-1125-June 6, 1781: Top document. Capt. Robert George order at Fort Jefferson to issue tobacco to John Donne.

11142-6-1125-June 5, 1781: Second document. Capt. Robert George order to Martin Carney to give 12 pounds of sugar to Joshua Archer.

11143-6-1125-June 5, 1781: Third document. Faded. Sugar issued to Joseph Hunter.

11144-6-1126-June 7, 1781: Top document. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Jefferson to issue tobacco to 57 men of the Illinois Regiment. Names: Sergeant Michael Miles.

11145-6-1126-June ?, 1781: Second document. Faded. Names: Capt. Robert George.

11146-6-1126-June 6, 1781: Third document. Faded. Capt. Robert George order at Fort Jefferson for ?

11147-6-1127-1129-June 5, 1781: Top document. Duplicate filming. Incomplete. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Jefferson to issue rations to men of Capt. Edward Worthington.

11148-6-1127-1129-June 5, 1781: Second document. Duplicate filming. Fort Jefferson issued powder and lead for hunting around Falls of Ohio for the troops. Names: Capt. Robert George, Capt. Abraham Kellar.

BOX 633-FOLDER 110

VOUCHERS-JUNE 1781

FRAMES #1130-1223

167 documents filmed on 90 frames.

11149-6-1131-June 18, 1781: Top document. Joseph McDowell paid Thomas Girty for use of a pack horse for 29 days at the mouth of George Creek boat yard.

11150-6-1131-June 22, 1781: Second document. Boat Master's Department received 25 pounds of salt and 45 pounds of bacon. Names: Abraham Fraye, Joseph Parkison, Allen Craig.

11151-6-1131-June 25, 1781: Third document. Joseph Parkison was paid by 24 pounds of bacon for 24 pounds of salt supplied at boat yard. Names: Thomas Parkison, John Caldwell.

11152-6-1131-June 24, 1781: Bottom document. Joseph Parkison was paid by 101 pounds of pork for 50 pounds of salt supplied at boat yard. Names: John Caldwell, James McGracien?

11153-6-1132-1133-June 20, 1781: Top document. Robert Wickliff received 28 gallons of whiskey from Thomas Gist for use of men building boats at boat yard at mouth of George Creek.

11154-6-1132-1133-June 20, 1781: Second document. Ensign Samuel Green received 140 kegs from Andrew Heth for delivery to William McMachen for use on the Ohio [River].

11155-6-1132-1133-June 19, 1781. Third document. Joseph McDowell paid Homer Lynn? for tar for use in boat master's department.

11156-6-1132-1133-June ?, 1781 Bottom document. Robert Wickliff paid Isaac Daniel? for work as artificer at boat yard at mouth of George Creek.

11157-6-1134-1135-June 24, 1781: Top document. Robert Wickliff paid William Hill for working as an artificer at the boat yard at the mouth of George Creek. Names: Thomas Gist.

11158-6-1134-1135-June 18, 1781: Second document on left. Capt. John Dodge paid $25 for forage for indians to Daniel Kidd.

11159-6-1134-1135-June 20, 1781: Third document on right. Andrew Heth supplied 12 pounds of bacon to Hans Hamilton for use of horse drivers under his command.

11160-6-1134-1135-June 23, 1781: Bottom document. John Canon supplied 15 bushels of rye and 1 bushels of corn to wagoner George Cotte.

11161-6-1136-1138-June 22, 1781: Top document. Duplicate filming. Rations supplied for men under command of Major McGarry. Names: Stephen Trigg, Andrew Steel.

11162-6-1136-1138-November 30, 1780. Second document. Duplicate filming. Andrew Beall sold axes and flour to George Slaughter for use of the late expedition.

11163-6-1136-1138-June 24, 1781: Third document. Duplicate filming. Kegs of flour for use of General George Rogers Clark. Names: Joseph Shaw, John Caldwell, ? Parkison.

11164-6-1136-1138-June 29, 1781. Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Powder and lead issued. Names: George Slaughter, Bland Ballard.

11165-6-1139-1142-June 24, 1781: Top document. Duplicate filming. Pasture of 28 head of beef cattle for 20 days. Names: Benjamin Field, William Harrison, and Isaac Beacip?

11166-6-1139-1142-June 22, 1781: Second document. Duplicate filming. State of Virginia account with Joseph Caldwell for supplying hemp for caulking boats. Names: Joseph Parkison, John Caldwell.

11167-6-1139-1142-June 23, 1781: Third document. Duplicate filming. Reference to troops. Names: Catherine Hart, ? Nelson, George Rogers Clark.

11168-6-1143-1144-June 23, 1781: Top document. Kegs of flour. Names: John McCafhon?, John Canon.

11169-6-1143-1144-June 24, 1781: Second document. William Harrison paid John Bathershell for corn. Names: Benjamin Field.

11170-6-1143-1144-June 20, 1781: Third document. Capt. Thomas Gist supplied 380 pounds of iron for boat yard at the mouth of George Creek. Names: Robert Wickliff.

11171-6-1143-1144-June 21, 1781: Bottom document. James Brownlee, miller for John Cannon or Canon, supplied 34 pounds of flour and 700 pound so bran to Joseph Shaw.

11172-6-1145-1146-June 22, 1781: Top document. Planks for boat yard at mouth of George Creek. Names: Robert Wickliff, Capt. Thomas Gist.

11173-6-1145-1146-June 22, 1781: Second document. Bran supplied for forage of horses. Names: Hans Hamilton, Benjamin Wells, ? Megcal.

11174-6-1145-1146-June 28, 1781: Third document. Whiskey issued to Capt. John Rogers.

11175-6-1145-1146-June 18, 1781: Bottom document. George Slaughter order for rations for 3 men guarding pack horses for trip from Falls of Ohio.

11176-6-1147-1149-June 20, 1781: Top document. Duplicate filming. Payment for work as artificer at boat yard at mouth of George Creek. Names: John Coiny, N. Blake, Robert Wickliff.

11177-6-1147-1149-June 21, 1781: Second document. Duplicate filming. Thomas Quirk order for indian corn.

11178-6-1147-1149-June 20, 1781: Third document. Duplicate filming. Andrew Heath was paid for 4 pounds of bacon and 2 bushels of indian meal for use of militia guard party. Names: George Rogers Clark, Charles Bailey.

11179-6-1147-1149-June 23, 1781: Fourth document. Duplicate filming. Whiskey supplied for corps of volunteers. Names: William Harrison, Capt. Benjamin Whaley.

11180-6-1147-1149-June 19, 1781: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Payment for work as artificer at boat yard at mouth of George Creek. Names: Robert Wickliff, N. Blake, William Holian?

11181-6-1150-1151-June 21, 1781: Top document. Capt. John Dodge paid Jenny Owens for grog for indians.

11182-6-1150-1151-June 16, 1781: Second document. Commonwealth of Virginia account with Jeremiah McKibbins. Reference to forage. Names: Robert Grey, William Harrison.

11183-6-1150-1151-June 29, 1781: Third document. Alexander McPherson was paid by Robert Wickliff for working 57 days as an artificer at the boat yard at the mouth of George Creek. Names: N. Blake.

11184,-6-1152-1153-June 19, 1781: Top document. Hugh Marleal? was paid by Robert Wickliff for working 13 days at an artificer at the boat yard at the mouth of George Creek. Names: Nicholas Blake.

11185-6-1152-1153-June 21, 1781: Second document. Peter Triplet of New Store provided 13 kegs of tar, a barge, and 7 oars for use of General George Rogers Clark expedition. Names: Ensign Henry Daring.

11186-6-1152-1153-June 19, 1781: Third document. Payment for 7 days work as chopper at the boat yard at the mouth of George Creek. Names: Robert Wickliff, Nicholas Blake, unable to read name of person paid for service.

11187-6-1152-1153-June 19, 1781: Fourth document. Payment to Michael Bronson? for employment as artificer at the boat yard at the mouth of George Creek. Names: Robert Wickliff, Nicholas Blake.

11188-6-1152-1153-June 17, 1781: Bottom document. Names: Jacob Meckling.

11189-6-1154-June ?, 1781: Top document. State of Virginia account with David Beasbeau? for making 850 nails for boat yard. Names: Joseph Parkison, John Caldwell.

11190-6-1154-June 18, 1781: Second document. Joseph McDowell paid William McFarlan for 9 days service of self and 3 pack horses at Boat Masters Department.

11191-6-1154-June 21, 1781: Bottom document. Fort Jefferson issued lead and powder for the quarter master. Names: Capt. John Baley, Zephaniah Blackford.

11192-6-1155-1156-July 18, 1780 Top document. Joseph McFarlan supplied tar for caulking boats built under Haymaker. Names: Archy Johnston.

11193-6-1155-1156-June 6, 1781: Second document. Robert Wickliff paid Evans Davy for chopper work at the boat yard at the mouth of George Creek. Names: Nicholas Blake, Robert Wickliff.

11194-6-1155-1156-June 8, 1781: Third document. Joseph McDowell paid James King for supplying corn for boat masters department.

11195-6-1155-1156-June 20, 1781: Fourth document. Robert Wickliff paid for 4 day smith work at boat yard at the mouth of George Creek by giving a quart of whiskey for each day.

11196-6-1155-1156-June 20, 1781: Bottom document. Whiskey issued to Charles Wickliff by Thomas Gist.

11197-6-1157-1158-June 16, 1781. Top document. Thomas Gist paid John Manning for supplying 84 flour kegs for expedition of George Rogers Clark army expedition. Names: Hans Hamilton.

11198-6-1157-1158-June 15, 1781: Second document. State of Virginia account with William Walker? for service as clerk in Boat Department under Joseph McDowell at Haymaker's Boat yard for 10 days in June of 1781.

11199-6-1157-1158-June 20, 1781: Third document. Robert Wickliff request for liquor to be issued for 23 days for use of workers employed at the boat yard on General George Rogers Clark barge.

11200-6-1159-1160-June 8, 1781: Top document. Purchasing expenses at Haymaker's boat yard. Names: Joseph McDowell, P. Moore, ? Wiant?

11201-6-1159-1160-June 7, 1781: Second document. Joseph McDowell paid Margaret Shearr for a hog for use in boat master department.

11202-6-1159-1160-June 8, 1781: Third document. Joseph McDowell paid James King for supplying rye for use of boat master department.

11203-6-1159-1160-June 8, 1781: Fourth document. Joseph McDowell paid James King for supplying barley for use of boat master department.

11204-6-1159-1160-June 12, 1781: Bottom document. Powder. Names: George Slaughter, William Roberts.

11205-6-1161-June 11, 1781: Top document. Moses Farison supplied 6 bushels of corn for use of pack horses in service of Virginia under command of William Harrison. Names: Joseph Shaw.

11206-6-1161-June 16, 1781: Second document. State of Virginia account with William Downing for use of his mare. Names: Joseph McDowell.

11207-6-1161-June 16, 1781: Third document. Written in French. Names: Godefroy Linctot.

11208-6-1162-1163-June 16, 1781: Top document. Commonwealth of Virginia account with Alpheres Wickwire for supplying tar and casks. Reference to Washington Mill. Names: William Harrison.

11209-6-1162-1163-June 20, 1781: Second document. Robert Wickliff paid Joseph Neile for employment for 51 days at the boat yard at mouth of George Creek. Names: Nicholas Blake.

11210-6-1162-1163-June 20, 1781: Third document. Robert Wickliff paid Noah Flaherty for 12 day employment at boat yard at the mouth of George Creek. Names: Nicholas Blake.

11211-6-1164-1165-June 18, 1781: Top document. Joseph McDowell paid John Turner for 32 days of service for himself and teams.

11212-6-1164-1165-June 16, 1781: Second document. Robert Wickliff paid James Bell for 27 days employment as a chopper at the boat yard at the mouth of George Creek. Names: Nicholas Blake.

11213-6-1164-1165-June 16, 1781: Third document. Robert Wickliff paid William Baxter? for 15 days employment as a chopper at the boat yard at the mouth of George Creek. Names: Nicholas Blake.

11214-6-1164-1165-June 16, 1781: Bottom document. Robert Wickliff paid William Busch? for 27 days employment as an artificer at the boat yard at the mouth of George Creek. Names: Nicholas Blake.

11215-6-1166-1167-June 24, 1781: Top document. Joseph McDowell paid John Little for furnishing a beef cow for use of artificers at the Haymaker boat yard. Names: P. Moore.

11216-6-1166-1167-June 20, 1781: Second document. Robert Wickliff paid John White for 7 days service as artificer at boat yard at the mouth of George Creek. Names: Nicholas Blake.

11217-6-1166-1167-June 20, 1781: Third document. Robert Wickliff paid David Reed for 27 days employed as a chopper at the mouth of George Creek boat yard. Names: Nicholas Blake.

11218-6-1168-1169-June 20, 1781: Top document. Joseph Shaw supplied 40 kegs of flour taken from Cannon's mill to Parkison boat yard for use of General George Rogers Clark. Names: John Caldwell.

11219-6-1168-1169-May 10, 1781: Second document. Joseph Parkison supplied salt and bacon for use of the boat yard. Names: Abraham Frye, John Caldwell.

11220-6-1168-1169-June 25, 1781: Third document. Thomas Gist paid Charles Martin for 108 pounds of beef for use of boat yard erected at the mouth of George Creek for use of the expedition of George Rogers Clark. Names: ? Haymond?

11221-6-1168-1169-June 18, 1781: Bottom document. Payment for 105 pounds of pork for use of boat yard. Names: John Caldwell, Joseph Parkison, Elizabeth Mires?, John Strude?, ? White.

11222-6-1170-1173-June 25, 1781: Top document. Duplicate filming. State of Virginia account with ? Pearce for tar for caulking boats. Names: John Caldwell, Joseph Parkison.

11223-6-1170-1173-June 20, 1781: Second document. Duplicate filming. Thomas Gist paid Basil Brown for 139 pounds of salted beef for use of George Rogers Clark expedition.

11224-6-1170-1173-June 18, 1781: Third document. Duplicate filming. Supplies for Capt. Edward Stewart volunteers on their march to join George Rogers Clark on the Monongahela [River]. Names: Henry Beeson.

11225-6-1170-1173-June 16, 1781: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Robert Wickliff paid John Coe for employment as artificer at the boat yard at the mouth of George Creek. Names: Nicholas Blake.

11226-6-1174-1175-June 19, 1781: Top document. Robert Wickliff paid Peter Brunner for 20 day employment as artificer at the boat yard at the mouth of George Creek. Names: Nicholas Blake.

11227-6-1174-1175-June 18, 1781: Second document. Rations issued for 4 days.

11228-6-1174-1175-June 16, 1781: Third document. Robert Wickliff paid Jacob Brunner for 8 days employment as an artificer at the boat yard at the mouth of George Creek. Names: Nicholas Blake.

11229-6-1174-1175-June 15, 1781: Bottom document. Robert Wickliff paid Asa Killan for employment as a chopper at the boat yard at the mouth of George Creek. Names: Nicholas Blake.

11230-6-1176-1177-June 23, 1781: Top document. State of Virginia account with Joseph Neal for use of horses, flat [boats] and guard duty at saw mill. Robert Wickliff certified the above account was in agreement for services at mouth of George Creek boat yard erected for use of George Rogers Clark expedition.

11231-6-1176-1177-June 22, 1781: Second document. Treasury office received 888 pounds currency from George Slaughter. Names: ? Webb.

11232-6-1176-1177-June 23, 1781: Third document. William Harrison paid Thomas Bell for transporting flour by boat from George Creek to Fort Pitt. Names: Nicholas Blake.

11233-6-1178-1179-June 22, 1781: Top document. Payment for use of boats at Haymaker yard. Names: Joseph McDowell, Lachlin M. Lachlin.

11234-6-1178-1179-June 22, 1781: Second document. Flour issued for use of spies going to Limestone. Names: George Slaughter, James Welch.

11235-6-1178-1179-June 19, 1781: Third document. Robert Wickliff paid John Hennison for employment as chopper at boat yard at mouth of George Creek. Names: Nicholas Blake.

11236-6-1178-1179-June 28, 1781: Fourth document. John Canon supplied rye, corn, bacon and flour to John McIntire.

11237-6-1180-1181-June 23, 1781: Top document. Names: William Bell, George Catter.

11238-6-1180-1181-June 23, 1781: Second document. Capt. Thomas Gist paid Charles Wickliff for use of barge building at boat yard at mouth of George Creek.

11239-6-1180-1181-June ?, 1781: Third document. Faded. Names: William Harrison, B. Baley?

11240-6-1180-1181-June 29, 1781: Fourth document. John Canon supplied 40 kegs of flour at Parkison on Monongahela River for use of General George Rogers Clark. Names: Joseph Shaw.

11241 -6-1182-1183-June 19, 1781: Top document. William Harrison certified Gilbert Simpson supplied pasture for horses. Names: John Powell.

11242-6-1182-1183-June 15, 1781: Second document. Faded. Robert Wickliff paid ? for employment at boat yard at mouth of George Creek. Names: Nicholas Blake, unable to read 1 name.

11243-6-1182-1183-June 18, 1781: Third document. Capt. John Dodge paid Owen Owens for forage.

11244-6-1182-1183-June 10, 1781: Bottom document. Joseph McDowell paid $150 to John Wright for expense on public business for the boat yard.

11245-6-1184-1185-June 20, 1781: Top document. Thomas Gist delivered 2 large 40 foot long flat bottom boats, which were 12 feet wide along with 6 oars to Ensign Henry Daring, who promised to deliver to Boat Master General at Fort Pitt for use of George Rogers Clark expedition.

11246-6-1184-1185-June 18, 1781: Second document. George Slaughter order to issue rations for Capt. Benjamin Roberts.

11247-6-1184-1185-June 20, 1781: Third document. Reference to beef, Fort Nelson and certification that beef was property of Elizabeth Vanmeter. Names: Edward Taylor, George Slaughter.

11248-6-1184-1185-June ?, 1781: Bottom document. Faded. Names: Robert Wickliff, Nicholas Blake.

11249-6-1186-1187-June 20, 1781: Top document. Robert Wickliff paid Philip Malroy for employment as an artificer at the boat yard at the mouth of George Creek. Names: Nicholas Blake.

11250-6-1186-1187-June 20, 1781: Second document. Robert Wickliff paid Jos Cox for employment as a smith and his tools at the boat yard at the mouth of George Creek. Names: Nicholas Blake.

11251-6-1186-1187-June 16, 1781: Third document. Robert Wickliff paid James Allison? for employment as an artificer at the boat yard at the mouth of George Creek. Names: Nicholas Blake.

11252-6-1186-1187-June 20, 1781: Bottom document. Flour for George Rogers Clark expedition. Names: Henry Daring, Thomas Gist.

11253-6-1188-1189-June 20, 1781: Top document. Commonwealth of Virginia account with Thomas Parkison for 7800 feet of plank for building boats for George Rogers Clark. Names: Joseph Parkison, John Caldwell.

11254-6-1188-1189-June 20, 1781: Second document. Thomas Gist paid Basil Brown for 100 pounds of bacon for George Rogers Clark expedition.

11255-6-1188-1189-June 20, 1781: Third document. Robert Wickliff paid Charles Hickman for employment as a joiner at the boat yard at the mouth of George Creek. Names: Nicholas Blake.

11256-6-1188-1189-June 17, 1781: Bottom document. Thomas Gist paid Michael Thomas for 300 kegs of flour for George Rogers Clark expedition.

11257-6-1190-1191-June 25, 1781: Top left document. Names: Mark Thomas.

11258-6-1190-1191-June 21, 1781: Top right document. George Slaughter order to Falls of Ohio for powder for himself.

11259-6-1190-1191-June 25, 1781: Second document. Richard Machen paid Frend Cox for 16 pounds of bacon.

11260-6-1190-1191-June 26, 1781: Third document. Power and lead issued for Capt. Thomas company. Names: Ensign William Roberts, George Slaughter.

11261-6-1190-1191-June 20, 1781: Bottom document. Robert Wickliff paid Abraham Inman for 3 day employment as artificer at the boat yard at the mouth of George Creek. Names: Nicholas Blake.

11262-6-1192-1193-June 20, 1781: Top document. Robert Wickliff paid Daniel Calvin for employment as artificer at the boat yard at the mouth of George Creek. Names: Nicholas Blake.

11263-6-1192-1193-June 15, 1781: Second document. Powder and lead issued. Names: George Slaughter, John Winston.

11264-6-1192-1193-June 23, 1781: Third document. Names: Benjamin Wells, William Harrison.

11265-6-1192-1193-June 15, 1781: Bottom document. Robert Wickliff paid Thomas Oagle for employment at boat yard at mouth of George Creek. Names: Nicholas Blake.

11266-6-1194-1195-June 21, 1781: Top document. Powder and lead issued for guard. Names: John Rogers, George Slaughter.

11267-6-1194-1195-June 25, 1781: Second document. Fort Pitt issued whiskey to Ensign Henry Daring.

11268-6-1194-1195-June 20, 1781: Third document. Robert Wickliff paid Elizabeth Carey employment as a cook at mouth of George Creek boat yard. Names: Nicholas Blake.

11269-6-1194-1195-June 24, 1781: Fourth document. Joseph McDowell paid Robert Henderson for tar for use of boat builders.

11270-6-1194-1195-June 23, 1781: Fifth document. Joseph McDowell paid Benjamin Bennet for tar to caulk boats at the Haymaker boat yard.

11271-6-1196-1197-June 16, 1781: Top document. Beef and flour. Names: William Harrison, Jesse McKibbin.

11272-6-1196-1197-June 19, 1781: Second document. Robert Wickliff paid John Mahan for employment as artificer at mouth of George Creek boat yard. Names: Nicholas Blake.

11273-6-1196-1197-June 22, 1781: Third document. Wheat purchased for Israel Clark. Names: Alex Wells, Richard Machen.

11274-6-1196-1197-June 18, 1781: Bottom document. Rations included whiskey issued for 33 men of Capt. Thomas company. Names: George Slaughter, Joseph Saunders.

11275-6-1198-1199-June 15, 1781: Top document. Charles Bradford purchased 5 kegs of flour and a keg of whiskey for use of Col. Crocket's regiment. Names: Capt. Thomas Young.

11276-6-1198-1199-June 15, 1781: Second document. Powder issued to Edward Murrey, William Bush. Names: George Slaughter.

11277-6-1198-1199-June 15, 1781: Third document. Empty kegs received. Names: Frederick Runtz, Joseph Shaw.

11278-6-1198-1199-June 15, 1781: Bottom document. Robert Wickliff paid James White for employment as chopper at boat yard at mouth of George Creek. Names: Nicholas Blake.

11279-6-1200-1201-June 16, 1781: Top document. Jack McKibbin received 21 bags of corn from William Harrison for use of wagons carrying store from Carlisle to Pittsburgh for use of George Rogers Clark expedition.

11280-6-1200-1201-June 15, 1781: Second document. Payment for beer and 2 nights lodging. Names: Joseph McDowell, Boston Frederick.

11281-6-1200-1201-June 5, 1781: Third document. Capt. John Baley order to Fort Patrick Henry to issue powder and lead to Edward Murray, who was going on express.

11282-6-1200-1201-June 4, 1781: Fourth document. Rations issued for 13 men. Names: Ensign Henry Daring.

11283-6-1202-1203-June 13, 1781: Top document. Robert Wickliff paid Peter Triplett for employment as an artificer at the boat yard at the mouth of George Creek. Names: Nicholas Blake.

11284-6-1202-1203-June ?, 1781: Second document. Faded. Tobacco ration issued to John Montgomery for his trip to the Falls of Ohio.

11285-6-1202-1203-June 15, 1781: Third document. Robert Wickliff paid James White for 4 days work as an artificer at the boat yard at the mouth of George Creek. Names: Nicholas Blake.

11286-6-1202-1203-June 24, 1781: Fourth document. Capt. John Baley order to Fort Patrick Henry to issue powder.

11287-6-1204-1205-June 4, 1781: Account of William Shannon with commonwealth of Virginia Treasury.

11288-6-1206-1208-June 15, 1781: Top document. Duplicate filming. Robert Wickliff paid Daniel Baxster? for work as chopper at the boat yard at the mouth of George Creek. Names: Nicholas Blake.

11289-6-1206-1208-June 6, 1781: Second document. Duplicate filming. Fort Jefferson issued a looking glass [mirror]. Names: Capt. John Dodge, Ensign Jarret Williams, Capt. Robert George.

11290-6-1206-1208-June 7, 1781: Third document. Duplicate filming. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Jefferson for a brass kettle.

11291-6-1206-1208-June 11, 1781: Bottom left document. Duplicate filming. Faded. Reference to William Harrison and a boat.

11292-6-1206-1208-June 19, 1781: Bottom right document. Duplicate filming. Faded. Names: Capt. Richard Brashear, Capt. Robert George.

11293-6-1209-1210-June ?, 1781: Top document. Powder. Names: John Williams, Capt. Robert George.

11294-6-1209-1210-June 19, 1781: Second document. William Harrison paid James Hays? for making 12 shirts.

11295-6-1209-1210-June 4, 1781: Third document on left. Richard Mackenz paid Francis Mcquire for opening road for wagons carrying flour.

11296-6-1209-1210-June 16, 1781: Fourth document on right. Richard McMachen paid John Forgriss? for wagons carrying flour from Crawford mill to Israel Clark.

11297-6-1209-1210-June 13, 1781: Bottom document. Powder and lead issued. Names: ? Perault, Capt. Robert George.

11298-6-1211-1212-June 1, 1781: Top document. Fort Jefferson issued 6 pounds of sugar for use of Sergeant John Walker. Names: Capt. Robert George.

11299-6-1211-1212-June 30, 1781: Second document. Fort Jefferson issued a kettle for use of Capt. John Baley. Names: Capt. Robert George.

11300-6-1211-1212-June 21, 1781: Third document. Biscuit issued to a man in Capt. Edward Worthington's co. at Elk Camp, Ohio. Names: Lieut. Richard Clark.

11301-6-1211-1212-March 1, 1781: Bottom document. Fort Jefferson issued a kettle for use of Capt. Edward Worthington.

11302-6-1213-June 7, 1781: Top document. Fort Jefferson issued sugar. Names: Lieut. Richard Clark, Capt. Robert George.

11303-6-1213-June 4, 1781: Second document. Martin Carney at Fort Jefferson issued sugar to Reuben Kemp.

11304-6-1213-June 7, 1781: Third document. Capt. Robert George order to Martin Carney at Fort Jefferson to issue sugar to Israel Dodge.

11305-6-1213-June 6, 1781: Bottom document. Martin Carney at Fort Jefferson issued a kettle. Names: Ensign Jarret Williams, Capt. Robert George.

11306-6-1214-1215-June 12, 1781: Top document. Capt. Robert George order to issue sugar to Lieut. Perault.

11307-6-1214-1215-June 2, 1781: Second document. Fort Jefferson issued sugar for 2 men returning from fatigue [military duty]. Names: Capt. Edward Worthington, Capt. Robert George.

11308-6-1214-1215-June 2, 1781: Third document. Fort Jefferson issued 1/2 pound of tobacco to each of 58 men of the Illinois Regiment. Names: Capt. Robert George.

11309-6-1216-1217-February 23, 1781: Top document. Martin Carney at Fort Jefferson issued a kettle for use of Capt. Robert George.

11310-6-1216-1217-August 19, 1781: Second document. Martin Carney at Falls of Ohio issued a kettle to John Montgomery.

11311-6-1216-1217-June 5. 1781: Third document. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Jefferson to issue 3 pounds of sugar to James McMillen.

11312-6-1216-1217-June 2, 1781: Bottom document. Reference to Fort Jefferson. coal and sugar. Names: John Green.

11313-6-1218-1219-June 8, 1781: Top document. Capt. Robert George order at Fort Jefferson to load wagons. Names: Martin Carney, Capt. Edward Worthington, Capt. Richard Brashear, Capt. Abraham Kellar.

11314-6-1218-1219-June 25, 1781: Bottom document. Joseph McDowell paid Bastian Frederick and Godfrey Frederick for tar for use of boat yard.

11315-6-1220-1221-June 8, 1781: Capt. Robert George certified items left when evacuating Fort Jefferson. Items: 7 hand mills, 1 wagon, 50 stands of old arms, 1 grinding stone, 2 canoes, and iron. Names: Martin Carney, John Harris, Capt. Robert George.

11316-6-1222-1223-June 2, 1781: Letter from William May at Charlottesville to Governor Thomas Jefferson concerning Capt. John Dodge account. Reference to goods purchased in New Orleans, investigation, linen for hunting shirts, Albermarle, and clothing for officers. Names: Col. Davies.

BOX 633-FOLDER 111

VOUCHERS-JUNE 1781

FRAMES #1224-1356 and FRAMES 1-19

OF MICROFILM NUMBER 7

181 documents filmed on 151 frames.

11317-6-1225-1226-June 5, 1781: Top document. Flour kegs received from Samuel Newell for Ben Glenn to deliver at Fort Pitt for expedition of George Rogers Clark.

11318-6-1225-1226-June 2, 1781: Bottom document. Payment for express by Josiah Faunhill? from Pittsburgh to Richmond. Names: George Rogers Clark.

11319-6-1227-1228-June 21, 1781: The House of Delegates [of Virginia] enquiry into the distribution of public money by every officer, agent, commissary, quarter master, contractor or other persons concerned in the disbursement of money in the Western country. The House of Delegates " resolved that the Executive be desired if they shall think it expedient to put a stop to the expedition lately ordered against Detroit and to take all necessary steps for disposing of or applying to other uses the stores and provisions laid for that purpose." Agreed by the Senate [of Virginia]. Names: John Beckley, Will Drew.

11320-6-1229-1230-June ?, 1781: Top document. Incomplete. Reference to receipt of boats. Names: Thomas Young.

11321-6-1229-1230-June 7, 1781: Second document. Payment by Joseph McDowell for express for Jacob Haymaker. Unable to read name of person paid.

11322-6-1229-1230-June 2, 1781: Third document. Rations issued for 16 days for militia men in service of George Rogers Clark expedition. Names: James Armstrong.

11323-6-1229-1230-June 2, 1781: Fourth document. James McGee provided board for 2 men of Greenbrier militia in service of George Rogers Clark expedition. Names: Capt. James Armstrong.

11324-6-1229-1230-June 2, 1781: Fifth document. James McGee provided 2 weeks board for men of Greenbrier militia in service of George Rogers Clark expedition. Names: Capt. James Armstrong.

11325-6-1229-1230-June 9, 1781: Sixth document. Richard McMachen paid David Phelps for pork for George Rogers Clark expedition.

11326-6-1229-1230-June 2, 1781: Bottom document. Payment for 2 weeks board for men of Greenbrier militia in service of George Rogers Clark expedition. Names: Capt. James Armstrong.

11327-6-1231-1233-June 27, 1781: Provisions issued hands [workers] employed by Joseph Parkison building boats for use of George Rogers Clark army. Rations included flour, indian meal, beef, pork, bacon, whiskey, potatoes salt, which were used June 1-June 27, 1781. Reference to Pittsburgh. Names: John Caldwell.

11328-6-1234-1235-June 30, 1781: State of Virginia account with David Moore for service as clerk in Boat Department under direction of Boat Master Jacob Haymaker from May 28 to June 30, 1781. Names: John Wright.

11329-6-1236-1237-June 28, 1781: Thomas Gist paid Joseph Neile for use of horse of expedition of George Rogers Clark at boat yard at mouth of George Creek.

11330-6-1238-1239-June 7, 1781: List of Capt. Robert Patterson's militia. Incomplete. Names: 7 names incomplete, Allen Willely, Alex McConnel, Francis McConnel, William McConnel, Martin Whitsill, Joseph Shull, ? Morgan, Samuel Bryan, Joseph Oldfeld?, Lewis Flanegan, Charles Hunter, Squire Boone, Peter Hunter, John Todd, and Daniel Boon [Boone].

11331-6-1240-1241-June 20, 1781: Top document. Reference to a canoe, 2 paddles and O' Post [Vincennes]. Names: William Bush, Capt. Thomas.

11332-6-1240-1241-June 21, 1781: Second document. Whiskey issued for ill. Names: Sergeant John Davis, Ensign Samuel Green.

11333-6-1240-1241-June 2, 1781: Third document. Thomas Gist paid William McQuire for hauling logs of the boat yard at the mouth of George Creek to the saw mill. Names: George Rogers Clark, Nicholas Blake.

11334-6-1242-1243-June 7, 1781: Top document. George Slaughter order to issue ration of salt. Reference to Louisville and initials Z.B., which was probably Zephaniah Blackford. Names: Capt. John Baley, William Patterson, John Howe, and Edward Daugherty

11335-6-1242-1243-June 28, 1781: Second document. Whiskey received by Sergeant Andrew Green.

11336-6-1242-1243-June 17, 1781: Third document. Incomplete. Whiskey issued to Edward Murry for expense as express to St. Vincent. Names: M. Wilson, George Slaughter.

11337-6-1244-1245-June ?, 1781: Top document. Rations issued for 3 days for 9 men of Col. Crockett's Regiment returning to New Store. Names: Sergeant Thomas Davis.

11338-6-1244-1245-June 28, 1781: Second document. Capt. John Dodge paid Thomas Davenport for returning indian horses. Names: John Tibbs?

11339-6-1244-1245-June 26, 1781: Third document. William Wells supplied deer skins for use of Capt. John Rogers Troops of Light Dragoons stationed at the Falls of Ohio. Names: William Kennedy?, Thomas Patterson.

11340-6-1244-1245-June 28, 1781: Bottom document. John Thruston received bread for 14 militia men from Jefferson county.

11341-6-1246-1247-June 15, 1781: Top document. Rations issued for a day for 7 men of Col. Crockett's regiment. Names: Charles Bradford, Rice Bullock.

11342-6-1246-1247-June 28, 1781: Second document. Capt. John Dodge paid $500 to Robert Cochman for making a saddle bag to carry public papers.

11343-6-1246-1247-June 28, 1781: Third document. Thomas Gist paid $11,061 to John Minner for plank, sawing and wagon hire for use of boat yard at the mouth of George Creek erected for use of George Rogers Clark expedition.

11344-6-1248-1249-June 29, 1781: Top document. Flour delivered at New Store for use of George Rogers Clark expedition. Names: Thomas Gist, Lack Morgan.

11345-6-1248-1249-June 21, 1781: Bottom document. Incomplete. Forage. Names: ? Field, unable to read 1 name.

11346-6-1250-1251-June 26, 1781: State of Virginia account with Robert Tyler or Tylor. Payment for building smoke houses and payment to individual workers. Names: John Eastwood, A. Vanmeter, Peter Cline, John Vancleave, John Nicholas, Samuel Young, Samuel McGee, Thomas Bull, Will Hall, Phil Nicholas, William Vancleave, John Cline, John Wilson, George Yunt, M. Wickerham, ? Holt, Squire Boone, Patt Kennedy, and Will Shannon.

11347-6-1252-1253-June 29, 1781: Top document. Loose receipts belonging to [William] Harrison account. Reference to oats, corn, pasture of 7 horses and use of 5 teams at New Store, near Fort Pitt. Reference to Steaurts Crossing in Yonhagania County and certification that Thomas Ravencraft should draw pay as a fifer in the 13th Virginia Regiment of Blue company and his father had given consent.

11348-6-1252- 1253-June 27, 1781: Second document. Dry beef and tallow received from John Naper and stored at Lexington for George Rogers Clark expedition. Names: Joseph Lindsay, John Todd, Levi Todd.

11349-6-1252-1253-June 19, 1781: Bottom document. Robert Wickliff paid George Dickman? for working as artificer at boat yard at mouth of George Creek. Names: Nicholas Blake.

11350-6-1254-1255-June 8, 1781: Top document. Reference to Fort Pitt, Haymaker [boat yard]. Names: Thomas Young, George Rogers Clark, Peter Triplett.

11351-6-1254-1255-June ?, 1781: Second document. Names: Alexander Mahan.

11352-6-1254-1255-June 25, 1781: Third document. Faded. Flour ration. Names: David Allen Cooper.

11353-6-1254-1255-June 30, 1781: Fourth document. Names: Joseph McDowell, Peter Brownlette?

11354-6-1256-1257-June 28, 1781: Top document. Capt. John Dodge paid Ann Weatherly for working and baking for indians.

11355-6-1256-1257-June 30, 1781: Second document. William Cherry provided 61 bulls for use of George Rogers Clark expedition. Names: William Harrison.

11356-6-1256-1257-June 21, 1781: Bottom document. Capt. John Dodge paid Jacob Peck for skins to make bags to carry public papers.

11357-6-1258-1259-June 29, 1781: Top document. Corn issued for use of calvary. Names: Nicholas Jones, James Rameay, John Bull.

11358-6-1258-1259-June 20, 1781: Second document. John Canon supplied 2 kegs of flour. Names: Joseph Shaw, Joseph Parkison.

11359-6-1258-1259-June 29, 1781: Third document. Powder and lead issued. Names: George Slaughter, Ensign William Roberts.

11360 -6-1260-1261-June 30, 1781: Top document. Capt. John Dodge paid $900 to Jacob Peck for making shirts.

11361-6-1260-1261-June 20, 1781: Second document. John Canon supplied bran, flour and bacon to Joseph Shaw.

11362-6-1260-1261-June ?, 1781: Third document. Reference to 61 boats.

11363-6-1260-1261-June 28, 1781: Bottom document. Delivery of boats built at Parkison Boat Yard. Names: John Brown, Rice Bullock, George Walls.

11364-6-1262-1263-June 25, 1781: Inventory of cloth at Steward Crossing by Benjamin Field for Col. William Harrison. Names: George Cotter, John McCafhen.

11365-6-1264-1265-June 24, 1781: Top document. Faded. Capt. Robert George certified quantity of tobacco at camp above Wabash River. Names: Lieut. Richard Clark, Capt. Edward Worthington.

11366-6-1264-1265-June 16, 1781: Second document. George Slaughter order to issue whiskey to 11 men of Capt. Edward Worthington company of the Illinois battalion.

11367-6-1264-1265-June 23, 1781. Bottom document. Patrick Shields sold 95 pounds of beef on March 4, 1780 for company of Capt. Edward Worthington.

11368-6-1266-June 8, 1781: Top document. Rations issued. Names: Valentine Thomas Dalton, Capt. Robert George.

11369-6-1266-June 24, 1781: Second document. Sugar issued for camp in Ohio. Names: Capt. Robert George, Capt. Edward Worthington.

11370-6-1266-June 7, 1781: Third document. Faded. Names: Martin Carney, Capt. Robert George.

11371-6-1266-June 7, 1781: Bottom document. Veal and pork received at Fort Jefferson for use of Illinois troops stationed at the post. Names: James Finn.

11372-6-1267-June 7, 1781: Top document. Patt Kennedy certified Capt. Helm had supplied a cow and calf for troops at Fort Jefferson. Names: Capt. Robert George.

11373-6-1267-June 24, 1781: Second document on left. Sugar issued for camp below Little Yellow. Names: Buckner Pittman, Capt. Robert George.

11374-6-1267-June 24, 1781: Third document on right. Sugar issued. Names: Capt. Robert George, Capt. Edward Worthington.

11375-6-1267-June 25, 1781: Fourth document. Capt. Robert George order to issue sugar to Sergeant Michael Miles.

11376-6-1267-June 9, 1781: Bottom document. Capt. Robert George order to issue sugar to Joseph Thompson.

11377-6-1268-June 7, 1781: Top document. Fort Jefferson issued sugar for use of Capt. Robert George.

11378-6-1268-June 7, 1781. Second document. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Jefferson to issue powder to Daniel Whitlog? for hunting for troops going to Falls of Ohio.

11379-6-1268-June 24, 1781: Bottom document. Capt. Robert George order to issue a pound of sugar to each of 76 men, 8 women and 11 children in the Illinois Regiment.

11380-6-1269-1270-June 18, 1781: Top document. Names: Valentine Thomas Dalton, Capt. Robert George.

11381-6-1269-1270-June 18, 1781: Second document. Capt. Robert George at camp above the mouth of the Wabash river order to issue tobacco for use of troops going to Falls of Ohio.

11382-6-1269-1270-June 21, 1781: Third document. Faded. Capt. Richard Brashear at Elk Camp, Ohio.

11383-6-1269-1270-June ?, 1781: Bottom document. Faded. Names: George Rogers Clark, John Donne.

11384-6-1271-1272-June 7, 1781. Top document. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Jefferson to issue powder and lead to Patrick Gallaghan for hunting for troops.

11385-6-1271-1272-June 8, 1781: Bottom document. Abstract of work done by artificers at Fort Jefferson while commanded by Capt. Robert George from May 12, 1781 to June 8, 1781. Work done was building floor, covering, 3 store houses, 5 dwelling houses, 3 block houses, breaking up 11 flat bottom boats, 8 huts or camps for soldiers in the garrison, 38 coffins for men, women and children, framing 12 feet of a well, building windows, necessary houses [privies], repairing 7 boats, 176 oars for boats, and making a carriage for a six pounder [canon]. Names: Michael Carney.

11386-6-1273-1276-June 14, 1781: Duplicate filming. Bill of exchange sent by John Montgomery to Oliver Pollock of New Orleans and Treasurer of Virginia. Items supplied were expenses for biscuits, bread, beef, rum, salt, shot, clothing purchased by Lieut. [Valentine Thomas] Dalton for men, cartage, tea, powder, taffia, and rations. Names: Lieut. Robinson, Jim Wood, and passengers on board Royal George. Reference to Philadelphia and Natchez.

11387-6-1277-1278-June 1, 1781: Top document. Robert Wickliff paid John Dilwimple for 3 days work as chopper at the boat yard at the mouth of George Creek. Names: Nicholas Blake.

11388-6-1277-1278-June 1, 1781: Second document. State of Virginia account with Richard Chinoweth for transporting meat from Squire Boone's station to the Falls of Ohio; payment of 35 men and horses, and purchase of corn. Names: Capt. William Shannon.

11389-6-1277-1278-June 1, 1781: Bottom document. Robert Wickliff paid Enis Thomas for employment as a chopper at the boat yard at the mouth of George Creek. Names: Nicholas Blake.

11390-6-1279-1280-June 3, 1781: Top document. Lieut. Bernard Glenn delivered indian corn meal received from Thomas Gist to Fort Pitt for use of George Rogers Clark expedition.

11391-6-1279-1280-June 3, 1781: Second document. Rations for wagoners. Names: David Kennedy, Jos Morton.

11392-6-1279-1280-June 2, 1781: Third document. Robert Wickliff paid John Worden Sr. for employment as sawyer at mouth of George Creek boat yard. Names: Nicholas Blake.

11393-6-1281-1282-June 2, 1781: Top document. Thomas Gist paid Theodore Philips for 361 pounds of beef for use of boat yard at mouth of George Creek and George Rogers Clark expedition. Names: John Evans.

11394-6-1281-1282-June 2, 1781: Second document. Faded. Reference to bran. Names: ? Beson.

11395-6-1281-1282-June 1, 1781: Third document. Thomas Gist paid Robert McClain for 520 pounds of beef for use of boat yard at mouth of George Creek and George Rogers Clark expedition. Names: Nicholas Blake.

11396-6-1283-1284-June 2, 1781: Top document. Robert Wickliff paid George Armot for employment as a chopper at the boat yard at the mouth of George Creek. Names: Nicholas Blake.

11397-6-1283-1284-June 2, 1781: Second document. Robert Wickliff paid Jeremiah Simpson for employment as artificer at mouth of George Creek boat yard. Names: Nicholas Blake.

11398-6-1283-1284-June 2, 1781: Third document. Samuel McAfee supplied diets Capt. James Armstrong for Greenbrier militia of George Rogers Clark Western Expedition.

11399-6-1283-1284-June 3, 1781: Bottom document. Thomas Gist paid Oliver Craford for storing and delivering 200 kegs of flour for the George Rogers Clark Expedition at the mouth of George Creek. Names: Nicholas Blake.

11400-6-1285-1286-June 2, 1781: Top document. Robert Wickliff paid Color Crickham for employment as chopper at the mouth of George Creek boat yard. Names: Nicholas Blake.

11401-6-1285-1286-June 3, 1781: Second document. Bags of flour delivered to Samuel Newell at New Store for packing for George Rogers Clark Expedition. Names: Thomas Gist, Lieut. Bernard Glenn.

11402-6-1285-1286-June 7, 1781: Third document. Faded. Names: Capt. Richard Chinoweth, George Slaughter, Capt. William Shannon.

11403-6-1287-1288-June 4, 1781: Top document. Robert Wickliff order to issue whiskey to John Sue for days employed as a chopper at the mouth of George Creek boat yard.

11404-6-1287-1288-June 8, 1781: Second document. Rations of beef, bacon, flour and whiskey issued for men employed on boat going to Fort Pitt. Names: Peter Triplett.

11405-6-1287-1288-June 3, 1781: Bottom document. Lieut. Bernard Glenn promised to deliver 12 bags of indian corn meal to Fort Pitt for use of George Rogers Clark expedition. Names: Thomas Gist.

11406-6-1289-1290-June 4, 1781: Top document. Joseph McDowell paid John Neel for flour for use of boat yard.

11407-6-1289-1290-June 2, 1781: Second document. Robert Wickliff paid Samuel Croft for employment as an artificer at the mouth of George Creek boat yard. Names: Nicholas Blake.

11408-6-1289-1290-June 2, 1781: Third document. Robert Wickliff paid David McDonell for employment as a chopper at the mouth of George Creek boat yard. Names: Nicholas Blake.

11409-6-1289-1290-June 2, 1781: Bottom document. Robert Wickliff paid Benjamin Boon? for employment as a caulker at the mouth of George Creek boat yard. Names: Charles Wickliff.

11410-6-1291-1292-June 2, 1781: Top document. John McConn provided 3 weeks board a man in George Rogers Clark Greenbrier militia. Names: Capt. John Armstrong.

11411-6-1291-1292-June 2, 1781: Second document. Robert Wickliff paid Andrew Lee for employment as an artificer at the mouth of George Creek boat yard. Names: Nicholas Blake.

11412-6-1291-1292-June 2, 1781: Third document. Robert Wickliff paid John Ramsey for employment as a chopper at the mouth of George Creek boat yard. Names: Nicholas Blake.

11413-6-1291-1292-June 2, 1781: Fourth document. Capt. Robert George order for rations for 33 men and 1 woman.

11414-6-1291-1292-June 2, 1781: Bottom document. Robert Wickliff paid John Scott for employment as an artificer at the mouth of George Creek boat yard. Names: Nicholas Blake.

11415-6-1293-1294-June 3, 1781: Top document. Thomas Brown received 6 bags of flour from Joseph Shaw for use of George Rogers Clark expedition.

11416-6-1293-1294-June 3, 1781: Second document. Robert Wickliff order to issue whiskey to Silas Cukkenbaugh?, who worked as an artificer at the mouth of George Creek boat yard. Names: Peter Rackinbach?, Nicholas Blake.

11417-6-1293-1294-June 1, 1781: Third document. Robert Wickliff paid Joseph Sitwell for employment as a chopper at the mouth of George Creek boat yard. Names: Nicholas Blake.

11418-6-1293-1294-June 2, 1781: Bottom document. Robert Wickliff paid Frederick Lee for employment as a chopper at the mouth of George Creek boat yard. Names: Nicholas Blake.

11419-6-1295-1296-June 2, 1781: Top document. Robert Wickliff paid Abraham Hendrix for employment as a chopper at the mouth of George Creek boat yard. Names: Nicholas Blake.

11420-6-1295-1296-June 12, 1781: Second document. Thomas Gist paid Thomas Berry for use of himself and horses for transporting beef, tools and corn for use of George Rogers Clark boat yard at the mouth of George Creek.

11421-6-1295-1296-June 1, 1781: Third document. Commonwealth of Virginia account with William Sampson for 300 pounds of beef supplied to Joseph Parkison. Names: John Caldwell.

11422-6-1297-1298-June 11, 1781: Top document. Purchase of 110 kegs of flour. Names: George Wells, Joseph Robertson.

11423-6-1297-1298-June 2, 1781: Second document. John Robison provided 2 weeks board for 2 men of Greenbrier militia under command of George Rogers Clark. Names: Capt. John Armstrong.

11424-6-1297-1298-June 8, 1781: Bottom document. Gilbert Simpson supplied 60 pounds of bacon to Capt. John Kerney for use of 50 men on command.

11425-6-1299-1301-June 3, 1781: Commonwealth of Virginia account with John Gerault from May 30, 1779 to June 3, 1781. Payment as a lieutenant from May 30, 1779 until December 31 when he became a captain.

11426 -6-1302-1303-June 3, 1781: Top document. Receipt of Lieut. Bernard Glenn for 49,154 pounds of flour received from Thomas Gist to be delivered to the commissary general at Fort Pitt for use of George Rogers Clark expedition.

11427-6-1302-1303-June 12, 1781: Second document. George Slaughter order at Falls of Ohio to issue powder and lead for 2 men going on express.

11428-6-1302-1303-June 2, 1781: Third document. Thomas Gist paid Isaac Fanley for 56 pounds of mutton for use of boat yard at the mouth of George Creek.

11429-6-1302-1303-June 1, 1781: Bottom document. William Shannon issued 14 and 1/2 bushels of salt to George Slaughter for use of troops under his command at the Falls of Ohio. Names: Jacob [Piatt].

11430-6-1304-1307-June 1, 1781: Top document. Duplicate filming. State of Virginia account with Robert Patton or Patten. Items and services supplied were wheat, grinding of wheat, and packing flour in kegs. Names: Thomas Gist.

11431-6-1304-1307-June 1, 1781: Second document. Duplicate filming. Faded. Nicholas Blake bought beef from ? Philips for use of boat yard at the mouth of George Creek.

11432-6-1304-1307-June 2, 1781: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Dark image. Reference to Fort Pitt and salt. Names: Capt. John Kerney.

11433-6-1308-1309-June 1, 1781: Top document. State of Virginia account with James Gray for supplying beef. Names: Thomas Gist.

11434-6-1308-1309-June 2, 1781: Second document. Receipt for whiskey. Names: Capt. Thomas, Capt. Kennedy.

11435-6-1308-1309-June 2, 1781: Third document. Charlottesville auditors office approved payment of Charles Gradless or Gradlist and George Rogers Clark.

11436-6-1308-1309-June 8, 1781: Fourth document. Receipt of Major Williams for 2 half axes.

11437-6-1310-1311-June 2, 1781: Top document. Thomas Gist paid Theodore Philps for 25 bushels of corn for use of George Rogers Clark boat yard at the mouth of George Creek.

11438-6-1310-1311-June ? 1781: Second document on left. Fragment. No information.

11439-6-1310-1311-June 3, 1781: Third document on right. Rations for 8 days. Names: George Slaughter, John Critchfield.

11440-6-1310-1311-June 3, 1781: Fourth document. Capt. John Kerney request for a quart of whiskey.

11441-6-1310-1311-June 2, 1781: Bottom document. David Wood in Lincoln County provided 2 weeks board for 2 men in the Greenbrier militia under command of George Rogers Clark. Names: Capt. John Armstrong.

11442-6-1312-1315-June 4, 1781: Top document. Duplicate filming. Capt. John Baley order to Fort Patrick Henry to issue powder and lead for men in his company.

11443-6-1312-1315-June 2, 1781: Second document. Duplicate filming. Gilbert Simpson provided 130 kegs and 12 bags of flour. Names: Capt. John Kerney.

11444-6-1312-1315-June 2, 1781: Third document. Duplicate filming. John John provided a bushel of bran for horses. Names: ? Wicks.

11445-6-1316-1317-June 4, 1781: Invoice for whiskey. Names: Capt. John Carney [Kerney], Benjamin Wells.

11446-6-1318-1320-June ?, 1781: Invoice of flour received by Benjamin Wells from sundry mills.

11447-6-1321-1322-June 6, 1781: Top document. Ezekiel Painter was paid for building a large 40 foot by 12 foot flat boat for use of George Rogers Clark expedition for $4,050. Names: Israel Clark, Benjamin Dussel.

11448-6-1321-1322-June 9, 1781: Second document. George Slaughter order to issue powder and lead to Capt. Thomas.

11449-6-1321-1322-June 9, 1781: Third document. Receipt for wheat. Names: Moses Davidson, Thomas Gist.

11450-6-1321-1322-June 6, 1781: Fourth document. Bazilla Clarke was paid for building a 40 foot by 12 foot flat boat for use of George Rogers Clark expedition.

11451-6-1323-1324-June 6, 1781: Top document. Receipt of James Benton from Thomas Gist for 100 pounds of flour for George Rogers Clark expedition.

11452-6-1323-1324-June 9, 1781: Second document. John Canon supplied 11 pounds of flour for use of wagoners of Jerek McKibbin.

11453-6-1323-1324-June 9, 1781: Third document. Forage of corn and rye from John Canon. Names: Jerek McKibbin.

11454-6-1323-1324-June 12, 1781: Bottom document. Commonwealth of Virginia account with William Crawford for pasture. Names: William Harrison.

11455-6-1325-1327-June ?, 1781: Invoice for flour. Names: Capt. John Kerney, Gilbert Simpson, Charles Bradford and Fort Pitt.

11456-6-1328-1329-June ?, 1781: Top document. Faded. Names: Capt. Robert George.

11457-6-1328-1329-June 11, 1781: Second document. Beef purchased for campaign of George Rogers Clark and delivered to the boat yard at the mouth of George Creek. Names: Gatchel Martin, Thomas Gist, John Evans.

11458-6-1328-1329-June 11, 1781: Third document. Horses purchased. Names: William Harrison, Robert Wickliff, Thomas Gist.

11459-6-1330-1331-June 21, 1781: Top document. House of Delegates [of Virginia] resolved the governor with advice of the council desired to take such measures for reforming Clark's and Crockett's regiments and Slaughter's corps as they shall judge necessary. Agreed by Senate [of Virginia]. Names: John Beckley, Will Drew.

11460-6-1330-1331-June 13, 1781: Bottom document. John Canon delivered 200 kegs of flour to John McCafhen to take to Monongalia for use of George Rogers Clark.

11461-6-1332-1333-June 14, 1781: John Todd certified Joseph Lindsey had supplied beef at Lexington and was employed in the commissary for the country's and foreign militia.

11462-6-1334-1335-June 12, 1781: List of flour and shorts delivered from Gilbert Simpson's mill to Capt. Young.

11463-6-1336-1337-June 16, 1781: State of Virginia account with John Manning. Items: 660 bushels of wheat and grinding of wheat. Names: Thomas Gist, Hans Hamilton.

11464-6-1338-1339-June 16, 1781: Vouchers of William Harrison for commonwealth of Virginia payment for Mary McGee and Catharine Mathews making shirts.

11465-6-1340-1341-June 23, 1781: Commonwealth of Virginia account with Peter Triplett for 3 months services in driving bullocks and pack horses for boats. Names: William Harrison.

11466-6-1342-1343-June 23, 1781: Top document. William Harrison paid John Hughes for transporting flour by boat from George Creek to Pittsburgh. Names: Mark Hardin.

11467-6-1342-1343-June 23, 1781: Second document. Commonwealth of Virginia account with John Allen for 3 months working driving bullocks and pack horses at boats. Names: Peter Triplett.

11468-6-1342-1343-June 23, 1781: Third document. William Harrison paid Rhode Eves for transporting flour by boat from George Creek to Pittsburgh. Names: Mark Hardin.

11469-6-1342-1343-June 25, 1781: Bottom document. Commonwealth of Virginia account with John Allen for driving bullocks and pack horses for boats.

11470-6-1344-1345-June 24, 1781: Top document. Receipt for 1 boat. Names: Joseph Parkison, James Murphy.

11471-6-1344-1345-June 20, 1781: Second document. Peter Cline supplied 44 pounds of beef to George Slaughter at Fort Nelson.

11472-6-1344-1345-June 19, 1781: Third document. Fort Vincent issued cloth. Names: Capt. John Baley, Bland Ballard.

11473-6-1344-1345-June 23, 1781: Bottom document. Thomas Gist paid John Derwemple? for transporting flour from different stores on the Monongahela River to Fort Pitt for use of George Rogers Clark expedition. Names: Mark Hardin.

11474-6-1346-1347-June 28, 1781: Top document. Ensign William Roberts and George Slaughter order to issue rations for 33 men and 2 washer woman in Capt. Benjamin Roberts company and 8 day rations of widow of Ensign Asher.

11475-6-1346-1347-June 19, 1781: Second document. Alex Craig, head workman, at Parkison boat yard supplied 8 new boats with rowing and steering oars for George Rogers Clark to Ensign Samuel Green. Names: John Caldwell.

11476-6-1346-1347-June 20, 1781: Third document. Commonwealth of Virginia with John Beall or Bell for boats. Names: James Swan, William Harrison.

11477-6-1348-1349-June 18, 1781: Top document. Diets issued in Lincoln county for Greenbrier militia. Names: Major Hamilton, Capt. John Woods.

11478-6-1348-1349-June 20, 1781: Second document. Payment for storing and delivering 158 bags of flour for use of George Rogers Clark expedition. Names: Thomas Gist, Basil Brown, Thomas Brown.

11479-6-1348-1349-June 20, 1781: Third document. Payment for transporting by wagon flour to Fort Pitt for George Rogers Clark expedition. Names: Thomas Gist, Basil Brown, Thomas Brown.

11480-6-1348-1349-June 20, 1781: Bottom document. Payment for wheat supplied for George Rogers Clark expedition. Names: Thomas Gist, Basil Brown.

11481-6-1350-1351-April 19, 1781: Top document. Payment for cable rope for Jacob Haymaker boat yard. Names: Joseph McDowell, John Dawsman.

11482-6-1350-1351-June 19, 1781: Second document. Receipt for 200 kegs of flour from John Canon for delivery to Monongahela. Names: John McCafring.

11483-6-1350-1351-June 20, 1781: Third document. Thomas Gist gave 112 pounds of tar to Robert Wickliff for caulking boats at the boat yard at the mouth of George Creek.

11484-6-1350-1351-June 20, 1781: Bottom document. Thomas Gist paid Thomas Brown for 407 pounds of beef for George Rogers Clark expedition.

11485-6-1352-1353-June 19, 1781: Top document. Commonwealth of Virginia account with Henry Runyon for beef. Names: William Harrison.

11486-6-1352-1353-June 19, 1781: Second document. Robert Wickliff paid Basil Cooper for employment as a sawyer at the boat yard at the mouth of George Creek. Names: Nicholas Blake.

11487-6-1352-1353-June 23, 1781: Third document. William Harrison paid James Henson for 40 days transporting flour by boat from George Creek to Pittsburgh. Names: Mark Hardin.

11488-6-1354-1355-June 19, 1781: Top document. Kegs of flour supplied by John Canon for Joseph Shaw to deliver to Monongahela.

11489-6-1354-1355-June 19, 1781: Bottom document. Faded. John Canon provided bran for use of horses. Names: Joseph Shaw.

11490-6-1356-June 19, 1991 Microfilm camera operator's certificate.

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