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GEORGE ROGERS CLARK PAPERS

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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 #8

BOX 636 FOLDER 128

VOUCHERS-SEPTEMBER 1781

FRAMES #1-120

120 documents filmed on 120 frames.

13112-8-2-3-September 30, 1781: Top document. Lead issued for 2 men going with Capt. Battes to the Illinois. Names: Martin Carney, Capt. Mark Thomas, Lieut. Col. John Montgomery.

13113-8-2-3-September 3, 1781: Second document. Major George Walls at Falls of Ohio issued thread to Capt. John Crittenden.

13114-8-2-3-September 3, 1781: Third document. Major George Walls issued 2 knapsacks to Capt. William Cherry. Signed by George Rogers Clark.

13115-8-2-3-September ?, 1781: Bottom document. Rations issued for 2 days for 26 men , 3 women and 2 children of Capt. John Baley company.

13116-8-4-7-September 3, 1781: Top document. Duplicate filming. Major George Walls at Falls of Ohio issued powder and lead to Thomas Smith.

13117-8-4-7-September 25, 1781: Second document. Duplicate filming. Powder and lead issue to James Sherlock.

13118-8-4-7-September 25, 1781: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Unable to read. Names: Major George Walls.

13119-8-8-10-September 13, 1781: Top document. Duplicate filming. George Rogers Clark order for a bottle of spirits.

13120-8-8-10-September 30, 1781: Second document. Duplicate filming. Capt. John Crittenden order to Major George Walls to issue 3 and 1/2 yards of blue cloth, 2 hats and 6 yards of linen to the Kaskaskia Indian Chief Baptist.

13121-8-11-13-September 30, 1781: Top document. Tobacco issued. Names: Capt. John Crittenden, Martin Carney.

13122-8-11-13-September 10, 1781: Second document. Fort Nelson at Falls of Ohio issued rations for 18 men and 1 wash woman of Capt. Mark Thomson co.

13123-8-11-13-September 10, 1781: Third document. Falls of Ohio issued a shirt to Capt. John Crittenden.

13124-8-14-16-September 7, 1781: Top document. Duplicate filming. Fort Patrick Henry issued powder and lead to 3 men of Lieut. Gerault co. Names: Capt. John Baley.

13125-8-14-16-September 1, 1781: Second document. Duplicate filming. Major George Walls issued a

13125-8-14-16-September 1, 1781-Continued: bottle of brandy to Capt. John Crittenden.

13126-8-14-16-September 2, 1781: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Bostian Frederick supplied 50 trees of timber to Jacob Haymaker for building boats for George Rogers Clark. Names: Eleazer Miers, J. Wells.

13127-8-17-21-September 26, 1781: Top document. Duplicate filming. Unable to read.

13128-8-17-21-September 3, 1781: Second document. Duplicate filming. Coffee and sugar issued at Louisville for sick men of Col. [Zack] Morgan Regiment. Names: Major George Slaughter, George Rogers Clark, Surgeon Charles Greer.

13129-8-17-21-September 4, 1781: Third document. Duplicate filming. Paper issued for use of the General [George Rogers Clark] family. Names: Capt. John Crittenden, Major George Walls, George Puff.

13130-8-22-26-September 10, 1781: Top document. Duplicate filming. Flour and meat ration issued for 36 men and 1 woman in company of Capt. Benjamin Roberts.

13131-8-22-26-September 25, 1781: Second document. Duplicate filming. Fort Patrick Henry issued leather. Names: Capt. John Baley, John Cristoff?, Lieut. Gerault.

13132-8-22-26-September 4, 1781: Third document. Duplicate filming. Payment by Falls of Ohio for

13132-8-22-26-September 4, 1781-Continued: express service of Capt. Henry Hogan.

13133-8-22-26-September 3, 1781: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Major George Walls issued 3 knapsacks. Names: Sergeant John Brown.

13134-8-27-28-September 2, 1781: Top document. Sugar issued for use of 3 soldiers of Capt. Karney. Names: Major George Walls, Surgeon Charles Greer. Unable to read 1 name.

13135-8-27-28-September 4, 1781: Second document. General [George Rogers] Clark paid 34,500 pounds of Virginia currency at Falls of Ohio to Nathaniel Randolph for expenses while on public service.

13136-8-27-28-September 2, 1781: Bottom document. Faded. Names: Proctor Ballard, Martin Carney.

13137-8-29-31-September 4, 1781: Top document. Duplicate filming. George Rogers Clark orders to issue 42 yards of duck [cloth] to make a tent. Names: George Slaughter, John Jones.

13138-8-29-31-September 2, 1781: Second document. Duplicate filming. Rum issued for use of artificers, who were employed to make coffins for 2 killed officers. Names: Joseph Crockett.

13139-8-29-31-September 9, 1781: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Cloth issued to make bandages for wounded. Names: Capt. John Crittenden, Major George Walls.

13140-8-32-33-September 3, 1781: Top document. Linen issued to make shirts for 2 officers of the Western Battalion. Names: George Rogers Clark, Joseph Crockett, ? Bullock.

13141-8-32-33-September 12, 1781: Second document. Coffee and sugar issued. Names: Capt. Benjamin Whaley, Capt. John Crittenden.

13142-8-32-33-September 12, 1781: Third document. Sugar issued to Joseph Crockett. Names: Joseph Craig.

13143-8-34-39-September 12, 1781: Top document. Duplicate filming. Paper issued to Capt. John Rogers. Signed by George Rogers Clark.

13144-8-34-39-September 12, 1781: Second document. Duplicate filming. Coffee and sugar issued for sick men of Capt. William Bruce? company.

13145-8-34-39-September 2, 1781: Third document. Duplicate filming. Rum issued for use of those, who sat at wake for corpses of 2 officers. Names: Joseph Crockett, William Chapman.

13146-8-34-39-September 27, 1781: Fourth document. Duplicate filming. Sugar and coffee issued for a sick soldier at Fort Nelson. Names: Major George Walls, George Rogers Clark, Capt. Benjamin Roberts, Surgeon Charles Greer.

13147-8-40-43-September 28, 1781: Top document. Duplicate filming. Fort Nelson issued paper. Names: George Rogers Clark, Joseph Crockett.

13148-8-40-43-September ?, 1781: Second document. Duplicate filming. Faded. Names: Major George Walls.

13149-8-40-43-September 25, 1781: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Falls of Ohio issued salt. Names: George Wilson.

13150-8-44-47-September 26, 1781: Top document. Duplicate filming. Sugar issued for sick officers. Names: George Rogers Clark, Capt. Benjamin Whaley.

13151-8-44-47-September ?, 1781: Second document. Duplicate filming. Unable to read. Names: George Rogers Clark.

13152-8-44-47-September 14, 1781: Third document. Duplicate filming. Faded. Names: Capt. Benjamin Roberts, George Rogers Clark.

13153-8-48-49-October 8, 1781: Top document. Appraisement of 2 saddles, which John King owned.

13153-8-48-49-October 8, 1781-Continued: Saddles were taken by savages [Indians] Names: Samuel Wells, James Qirtesmous?

13154-8-48-49-September 29, 1781: Second document. Names: John King, Major George Wells.

13155-8-48-49-August 25, 1781: Third document. Knapsack issued to Capt. Benjamin Roberts. Names: George Rogers Clark, Lieut. Col. John Montgomery.

13156-8-48-49-September 29, 1781: Bottom document. Major George Walls issued sugar to John Dickson.

13157-8-50-52-September 24, 1781: Top document. Duplicate filming. Sword and belt issued to Doctor Connard. Names: Capt. John Crittenden, Martin Carney.

13158-8-50-52-September 8, 1781: Second document. Duplicate filming. Faded. Names: Capt. Isaac Taylor.

13159-8-50-52-September 22, 1781: Third document. Duplicate filming. Chocolate and sugar issued at camp at Falls of Ohio for sick of Col. Zack Morgan company.

13160-8-53-54-September 20, 1781: Top document. Fort Nelson issued rum. Names: Lieut. James Montgomery, George Rogers Clark.

13161-8-53-54-September 3, 1781: Second document. Ration of beef, flour and salt. Unable to read name.

13162-8-53-54-September 29, 1781: Third document. Audit of whiskey. Names: James Berwick.

13163-8-55-56-September 25, 1781: Fourth document. Audit of whiskey. Names: James Berwick.

13164-8-57-61-October 8, 1781: Top document. Duplicate filming. Appraisement of a Samuel Well's rifle, which was taken by [indians]. Names: William Lock, James Quatermous?

13165-8-57-61-September 25, 1781: Second document. Duplicate filming. Reference to boats and 8 oars. Names: Lieut. ? LeGras, Major George Walls.

13166-8-57-61-September 8, 1781: Third document. Duplicate filming. Brandy issued for 2 sick soldiers of Capt. Karney's company. Names: Surgeon Charles Greer.

13167-8-62-65-September 29, 1781: Top document. Duplicate filming. Sugar issued for sick wife of Col. Zack Morgan. Names: George Rogers Clark, Major George Walls.

13168-8-62-65-September 13, 1781: Second document. Duplicate filming. Rum issued to George Rogers Clark.

13169-8-62-65-September 2, 1781: Third document. Duplicate filming. Thirteen pairs of shoes issued for Western Battalion. Names: Joseph Crockett.

13170-8-62-65-September ?, 1781: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Unable to read. Names: George Rogers Clark.

13171-8-66-68-September 21, 1781: Top document. Duplicate filming. Chocolate and sugar issued for sick men of Capt. Farrel's company. Names: Col. Zack Morgan, John Crittenden.

13172-8-66-68-September 26, 1781: Second document. Duplicate filming. James Sharlock [Sherlock] was given a small boat to take to the Kaskaskia Indian Chief Baptist. Names: John Crittenden, Major George Walls.

13173-8-66-68-September 30, 1781: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Fort Nelson issued tent cloth for Capt. [Mark] Thomas. Names: George Rogers Clark.

13174-8-69-71-June 27, 1781: Top document. Duplicate filming. Ration of flour and veal beef issued for Col. Zack Morgan company.

13175-8-69-71-September 6, 1781: Second document. Duplicate filming. Rum.

13176-8-69-71-September 4, 1781: Third document. Duplicate filming. Major George Walls issued a falling ax.

13177-8-72-75-September 12, 1781: Top document. Duplicate filming. Major George Walls issued cloth to [Kaskaskia Indian Chief] Baptist. Names: Capt. John Crittenden.

13178-8-72-75-September 18, 1781: Second document. Duplicate filming. Sugar issued to Capt. [Abraham] Keller. Names: Surgeon Charles Greer, George Rogers Clark.

13179-8-72-75-September 7, 1781: Third document. Duplicate filming. Chocolate and sugar issued to John Hardin. Names: Capt. John Crittenden, Major George Walls.

13180-8-72-75-September 28, 1781: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Sugar and coffee issued. Names: Daniel Colvin.

13181-8-76-79-September 9, 1781: Top document. Duplicate filming. Coffee and sugar issued for 12 sick men of Capt. William Cherry's company. Names: Surgeon Charles Greer, George Rogers Clark.

13182-8-76-79-September 1, 1781: Second document. Duplicate filming. George Rogers Clark paid $1540 to John Todd.

13183-8-76-79-September 9, 1781: Third document. Duplicate filming. Capt. John Crittenden order to issue a pair of shoes to Doctor Connard.

13184-8-76-79-September 6, 1781: Fourth document. Duplicate filming. Chocolate and sugar issued to Joseph Crockett.

13185-8-80-81-September 16, 1781: Top document. Faded. Names: George Rogers Clark.

13186-8-80-81-September 12, 1781: Second document. Sugar issued for use of Capt. [Abraham] Kellar. Names: Surgeon Charles Greer, George Rogers Clark, Major George Walls.

13187-8-80-81-September 18, 1781: Third document. Major George Walls issued 3 blankets. Names: George Rogers Clark, unable to read 1 name.

13188-8-80-81-September 12, 1781: Bottom document. Sugar issued for sick of Capt. [Isaac] Taylor company. Names: Surgeon Charles Greer, George Rogers Clark, Major George Walls.

13189-8-82-83-August 26, 1781: Top document. Twelve axes were issued. Names: Bland Ballard, Major George Walls.

13190-8-82-83-September ?, 1781: Bottom document. Faded. Major George Walls issued a camp kettle

13190-8-82-83-September ?. 1781-Continued: to an indian chief. Names: George Rogers Clark.

13191-8-84-85-September 19, 1781: Top document. Rum issued. Names: George Rogers Clark, Capt. Robert Farrel.

13192-8-84-85-September 5, 1781: Second document. Sugar issued to Joseph Crockett.

13193-8-84-85-September 13, 1781: Third document. Wine, coffee and sugar issued to sick and wounded. Names: George Rogers Clark.

13194-8-86-87-September 12, 1781: Top document. Tobacco issued. Names: Lieut. Col. John Montgomery, M. Perault.

13195-8-86-87-September 30, 1781: Second document. Sugar and chocolate issued to Mrs. William Clark, who was sick. Names: Major George Walls, John Crittenden.

13196-8-86-87-September 20, 1781: Third document. Major George Walls at Fort Nelson issued paper to George Rogers Clark.

13197-8-86-87-September 15, 1781: Bottom document. Rations issued for 11 men and a wash woman of Capt. [Mark] Thomas company. Names: Sergeant Turner Oliver.

13198-8-88-91-September 1, 1781: Top document. Duplicate filming. Spirits issued for use of Col. Benjamin Prather. Names: Capt. John Crittenden.

13199-8-88-91-September ?, 1781: Second document. Duplicate filming. Rations of beef, flour and salt issued. Names: Capt. Benjamin Roberts.

13200-8-88-91-September ?, 1781: Third document. Duplicate filming. Paper issued to John Dunnavan. Names: Major George Walls.

13201-8-88-91-September 18, 1781: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Ration of salt, beef and flour issued. Names Capt. Benjamin Roberts.

13202-8-92-94-September ?, 1781: Top document. Duplicate filming. Names: Martin Carney, Proctor Ballard, John Crittenden.

13203-8-92-94-September 29, 1781: Second document. Duplicate filming. Major George Walls issued 4 shirts to Capt. Benjamin Roberts company.

13204-8-92-94-September 24, 1781: Third document. Duplicate filming. Reference to an interpreter. Names: John Baptist, John Crittenden.

13205-8-95-96-September 21, 1781: Top document. Reference to 4 bags of salt. Names: Gabriel Madison, George Rogers Clark, and Major George Walls.

13206-8-95-96-September 24, 1781: Second document. Fort Nelson issued coffee and sugar for a sick soldier of Capt. Isaac Taylor co. Names: George Rogers Clark.

13207-8-95-96-September 27. 1781: Third document. Chocolate and sugar issued. Names: Abraham Chapline, Surgeon Charles Greer, George Rogers Clark.

13208-8-97-100-September ?, 1781: Top document. Duplicate filming. Brandy issued for sick men. Names: George Rogers Clark.

13209-8-97-100-September ?, 1781: Second document. Duplicate filming. Lead issued to friendly indians. Names: John Crittenden.

13210-8-101-102-September 30, 1781: Top document. Wine issued for 2 sick men of Capt. [Thomas] Young company. Names: Surgeon Charles Greer, George Rogers Clark.

13211-8-101-102-September 21, 1781: Second document. Coffee and sugar issued for 9 sick men of Capt. Thomas Young company. Names: Surgeon Charles Greer, George Rogers Clark.

13212-8-101-102-September 22, 1781: Third document. Paper issued for a court martial at Fort Nelson. Names: Joseph Crockett.

13213-8-101-102-September 22, 1781: Bottom document. Mr. Mires supplies 80 pounds of flour and 2

13213-8-101-102-September 22, 1781-Continued: bushels of corn for use of the States [United States]. Names: John Williams.

13214-8-103-104-September 22, 1781: Top document. Paper issued. Names: Leonard Helm, George Rogers Clark.

13215-8-103-104-September 3, 1781: Second document. Powder issued for company of Capt. Benjamin Roberts. Names: Mr. Ballard.

13216-8-103-104-September 22, 1781: Third document. Major George Walls issued 2 kettles for use of Capt. Mark Thomas co. Names: George Rogers Clark.

13217-8-103-104-September 21, 1781: Bottom document. Coffee and sugar issued to Capt. George Jackson. Names: Major George Walls, George Rogers Clark.

13218-8-105-108-September 21, 1781: Top document. Duplicate filming. Coffee and sugar issued for use of General [George Rogers Clark] family. Names: Major George Walls, John Crittenden.

13219-8-105-108-September 24, 1781: Second document. Duplicate filming. Blanket and blue cloth to make a pair of leggings issued to John Hardin. Names: Major George Walls, George Rogers Clark.

13220-8-105-108-September 26, 1781: Third document. Duplicate filming. Fort Nelson issued chocolate to Capt. Richard Brashear. Names: John Crittenden.

13221-8-105-108-September 6, 1781: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Unable to read. Names: George Rogers Clark.

13222-8-109-112-September ?, 1781: Top document. Duplicate filming. Unable to read. Names; George Rogers Clark.

13223-8-109-112-September 14, 1781: Second document. Duplicate filming. Sugar and coffee issued for sick soldiers. Names: George Rogers Clark, Major George Walls.

13224-8-109-112-September ?, 1781: Third document. Duplicate filming. Unable to read.

13225-8-109-112-September 26, 1781: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Sugar and coffee issued for 18 sick soldiers of Capt. William Cherry co. Names: Surgeon Charles Greer, George Rogers Clark.

13226-8-113-114-September 21, 1781: Top document. Coffee and sugar issued. Names: Surgeon Charles Greer, Ensign Samuel Green.

13227-8-113-114-September 21, 1781: Second document. Major George Walls issued chocolate, sugar and rum for use of John Crittenden.

13228-8-113-114-September 16, 1781: Third document. Sugar and coffee issued for use of Capt. William Cherry. Names: George Rogers Clark, Major George Walls.

13229-8-115-118-September 29, 1781: Top document. Duplicate filming. Faded. Names: George Rogers Clark, Major George Walls.

13230-8-115-118-September ?, 1781: Second document. Duplicate filming. Faded. Names: Major George Walls, George Rogers Clark

13231-8-115-118-September 24, 1781: Third document. Duplicate filming. Faded. Names: Capt. John Kerney, Major George Walls.

13232-8-119-120-September 24, 1781: Fort Nelson issued a shirt to a sick man of Capt. Mark Thomas at O'Post. Names: George Rogers Clark.

BOX 636 FOLDER 129

VOUCHERS-SEPTEMBER 1781

FRAMES #121-281

109 documents filmed on 160 frames.

13233-8-122-123-September 25, 1781: Top document. Sugar issued for family of General [George Rogers Clark]. Names: John Crittenden, Patrick Maris, Major George Walls.

13234-8-122-123-September 24, 1781: Second document. Rations issued for 10 men and 1 woman. Names: Capt. Mark Thomas, George Slaughter.

13235-8-122-123-September 24, 1781: Bottom document. Four pair of horse shoes and 80 nails issued to Ensign Hugh McGavock.

13236-8-124-125-September 24, 1781: Top document. Major George Walls issued blue cloth to interpreter Jaco [Dume]. Names: John Crittenden, James Sherlock.

13237-8-124-125-September 25, 1781: Second document. George Rogers Clark order to issue a barge to Lieut. [Valentine Thomas] Dalton. Names: Major George Walls.

13238-8-124-125-September 25, 1781: Third document. George Wilson issued 6 gallon of double distilled whiskey for use of Capt. Craig and officers of the artillery.

13239-8-126-127-September 25, 1781: Top document. George Rogers Clark orders to issue rum for Piankishaw Indians, who were friendly indians.

13240-8-126-127-September 28, 1781: Second document. Major George Walls issued 32 nails to Col. Crockett. Names: Joseph Gray.

13241-8-126-127-September 25, 1781: Third document. Commissary George Wilson issued corn and salt to ? Perault to deliver to Fort Vincent. Names: ? Moore.

13242-8-128-129-September 25, 1781: Top document. Major George Walls issued 2 kettles to friendly indians. Names: John Crittenden, Jacques DeMay?

13243-8-128-129-September 26, 1781: Second document. Joseph Crockett order to Mr. Bullock to give a quart of rum to ? Berwick.

13244-8-128-129-September 26, 1781: Third document. Major George Walls issued rations to Mrs. George.

13245-8-130-131-September 7, 1781: Top. Reference to horses at Louisville. Names: Major George Walls.

13246-8-130-131-September 4, 1781: Second document. Falls of Ohio issued powder. Names: Lieut. Col. John Montgomery.

13247-8-130-131-September 29, 1781: Third document. Rum issued to Joseph Crockett.

13248-8-130-131-September ?, 1781: Bottom document. Coffee and sugar issued to sick in Capt. [William] Cherry co. Names: John Crittenden.

13249-8-132-133-September 13, 1781: Top document. Brandy issued. Names: P. Moore, George Rogers Clark.

13250-8-132-133-September 25, 1781: Second document. Blue cloth issued to friendly indians. Names: John Crittenden.

13251-8-132-133-September 26, 1781: Third document. Fort Nelson issued a bottle of rum. Names: Major George Walls, George Rogers Clark, Joseph Calvit.

13252-8-132-133-September 9, 1781: Bottom document. George Rogers Clark order to issue rum to Capt. Robert Farrel, Capt. Benjamin Whaley, Ensign John Daniel, and Lieut. James Polk.

13253-8-134-135-September 30, 1781: Top document. John Williams order to issue salt for mess of Capt. [Robert] George.

13254-8-134-135-September 27, 1781: Second document. Rum issued to Capt. Isaac Taylor of Lieut. Col. John Montgomery co.

13255-8-134-135-September 20, 1781: Bottom document. Major George Walls issued a bag to John Crittenden.

13256-8-136-140-September 30, 1781: Top document. Duplicate filming. George Rogers Clark order to Fort Nelson to issue a quart of wine to Lieut. Joseph Calvit.

13257-8-136-140-September 14, 1781: Second document. Duplicate filming. Powder and lead issued.

13257-8-136-140-September 14, 1781-Continued: Names: Capt. Benjamin Roberts, George Slaughter.

13258-8-136-140-September 30, 1781: Third document. Duplicate filming. Capt. John Baley order at Fort Patrick Henry for 30 day ration for himself.

13259-8-136-140-September 24, 1781: Bottom document. Five bottles of wine issued for family of General [George Rogers Clark]. Names: John Crittenden

13260-8-141-142-September 19, 1781: Top document. Fort Patrick Henry issued 5 day ration for 12 men commanded by ? Gerault.

13261-8-141-142-September 22, 1781: Second document. Rum issued. Names: Lieut. Perault, Major Bowman, Capt. [Abraham] Kellar, George Rogers Clark.

13262-8-141-142-September 8, 1781: Third document. Capt. John Baley order at Fort Patrick Henry for rations for troops including 6 men, 2 women and 2 children.

13263-8-141-142-September 30, 1781: Fourth document. Capt. John Baley order at Fort Patrick Henry to issue rations for a French interpreter.

13264-8-141-142-September 3, 1781: Bottom document. Capt. John Baley order at Fort Patrick Henry for rations for 26 men, 2 women and 2 children.

13265-8-143-144-September 21, 1781: Top document. Capt. John Baley order to issue rations for officers.

13266-8-143-144-September 27, 1781: Second document. Major George Walls issued white cloth. Names: George Rogers Clark, Bland Ballard.

13267-8-143-144-September 21, 1781: Bottom document. Rum given to indians. Names: Lieut. William Clark.

13268-8-145-146-September 21, 1781: Top document. Rum issued. Names: George Rogers Clark, Lieut. John Williams.

13269-8-145-146-September 21, 1781: Second document. Rum issued. Names: George Rogers Clark.

13270-8-145-146-September 21, 1781: Bottom document. Reference to artificers. Names: William Anderson, Major George Walls.

13271-8-147-151-September 21, 1781: Top document. Duplicate filming. Tobacco issued. Names: Martin Carney, Robert Todd.

13272-8-147-151-September ?, 1781: Second document. Duplicate filming. Faded. Unable to read except for George Rogers Clark.

13273-8-147-151-September 25, 1781: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Rum issued to Henry Daring. Names: George Rogers Clark.

13274-8-152-153-September 24, 1781: Top document. Rum given to Thomas Walls. Names: John Crittenden.

13275-8-152-153-September 21, 1781: Second document. Reference to sick soldier John Davison.

13276-8-152-153-September 21, 1781: Bottom document. Rum issued. Names: George Slaughter, John Crittenden.

13277-8-154-157-September 21, 1781: Top document. Duplicate filming. Rum issued to Col. [Zack] Morgan. Names: John Crittenden.

13278-8-154-157-September 29, 1781: Second document. Duplicate filming. Major George Walls issued a bottle of rum for General [George Rogers] Clark. Names: Lieut. William Clark.

13279-8-154-157-September 22, 1781: Bottom document. Duplicate filming George Rogers Clark order to Major George Walls to issue a boat and oars to Lieut. Gerault.

13280-8-158-159-September 23, 1781: Top document. Major George Walls issued rum to Basil Prather. Names: John Crittenden.

13281-8-158-159-September 22, 1781: Second document. Major George Walls issued 6 yards of blue cloth to friendly indians. Names: John Crittenden, Leonard Helm.

13282-8-158-159-September 2, 1781: Third document. Faded. Names: Capt. George Jackson, Major George Walls.

13283-8-160-161-September 22, 1781: Top document. Names: Benjamin Wells, Hezekiah Davis, George Rogers Clark.

13284-8-160-161-September 22, 1781: Second document. Sugar issued for 8 sick men in company of Richard Bullock.

13285-8-160-161-September 22, 1781: Third document. Faded. Names: Capt. Richard Brashear, George Rogers Clark.

13286-8-160-161-September 25, 1781: Bottom document. Paper issued for family of General [George Rogers Clark]. Names: John Crittenden.

13287-8-162-165-September 23, 1781: Top document. Duplicate filming. George Rogers Clark order to issue coffee and sugar for sick in William Brownfield company. Names: Major George Walls.

13288-8-162-165-September 30, 1781: Second document on left. Duplicate filming. Fort Patrick Henry issued powder and lead for express to Falls of Ohio.

13289-8-162-165-September 11, 1781: Third document on right. Duplicate filming. Capt. John Baley order to Fort Patrick Henry to issue powder and lead for 13 men of his company.

13290-8-162-165-September 22, 1781: Fourth document on left. Duplicate filming. Three bottles of brandy issued to the family of General [George Rogers Clark]. Names: John Crittenden.

13291-8-162-165-September ?, 1781: Fifth document on right. Duplicate filming. Capt. John Baley order at Fort Patrick Henry to issue powder for 6 men of Lieut. Gerault. Names: Sergeant Page Portwood?

13292-8-162-165-September 21, 1781: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Faded. Reference to Fort Nelson. Names: Lieut. Col. John Montgomery, Martin Carney, Leonard Helm.

13293-8-166-167-September ?, 1781: Top document. Faded. Rum. Names: George Rogers Clark. Unable to read 1 name.

13294-8-166-167-September ?, 1781: Second document. Faded. Names: Joseph Crockett.

13295-8-166-167-September ?, 1781: Third document. Faded. Rations issued for 35 men and 1 woman. Unable to read names.

13296-8-166-167-September 7, 1781: Fourth document. Faded. Unable to read.

13297-8-166-167-September 22, 1781: Fifth document. Major George Walls at Fort Nelson issued a bottle of brandy to George Rogers Clark. Names: Major George Walls.

13298-8-168-169-September 23, 1781: Top document. Sugar and coffee issued to 3 sick in Capt. Isaac Taylor company. Names: Surgeon Charles Greer, George Rogers Clark, Major George Walls.

13299-8-168-169-September 22, 1781: Second document. Lieut. Col. John Montgomery order to Major George Walls to issue a bottle of rum to indians.

13300-8-168-169-September 22, 1781: Third document. George Rogers Clark order to Major George Walls to issue rations to Capt. Benjamin Fields.

13301-8-168-169-September 22, 1781: Bottom document. George Rogers Clark order to Major George Walls to issue rations to Edward Murrey.

13302-8-170-173-September 22, 1781: Top document. Duplicate filming. Fort Nelson issued sugar and coffee. Names: Capt. Abraham Kellar.

13303-8-170-173-September 22, 1781: Second document. Duplicate filming. Fort Nelson issued tobacco. Names: Capt. Isaac Taylor, Lieut. Col. John Montgomery, Martin Carney.

13304-8-170-173-September 23, 1781: Third document. Duplicate filming. Major George Walls issued sugar to Isaac Browning. Names: George Rogers Clark.

13305-8-170-173-September 22, 1781: Bottom document. Faded. Reference to Fort Nelson. Names: Martin Carney.

13306-8-174-175-September 14, 1781: Top document. Fort Nelson issued powder for Lieut. Clark. Names: Mr. Ballard, Lieut. Col. John Montgomery.

13307-8-174-175-September 22, 1781: Second document. Powder issued to Edward Tyler for militia at Lynn Station. Names: ? Floyd, Mr. Ballard.

13308-8-174-175-September 23, 1781: Third document. Falls of Ohio issued sugar and coffee to Benjamin Wright. Names: George Rogers Clark.

13309-8-174-175-September 23, 1781: Fourth document. Coffee and sugar issued to a wounded man of Capt. [Abraham] Kellar. Names: Major George Walls, John Crittenden.

13310-8-176-177-September ?, 1781: Top document. Rum issued to indians. Names: George Rogers Clark.

13311-8-176-177-September 22, 1781: Second document. Rum issued for wounded man. Names: George Rogers Clark, J. M. P. LeGras.

13312-8-176-177-September ?, 1781: Bottom document. Faded. Unable to read.

13313-8-178-179-September 24, 1781: Top document. Three pints of rum given to wounded of Capt. [Abraham] Kellar's co. Names: John Crittenden.

13314-8-178-179-September 24, 1781: Second document. Fort Nelson issued rum. Names: George Rogers Clark, Capt. Isaac Taylor.

13315-8-178-179-September 25, 1781: Bottom document. Faded. Rum issued. Names: John Crittenden.

13316-8-180-181-September 27, 1781: Top document. Capt. John Rogers at Louisville requested 8 pairs of moccasins for use of his troops. Names: Alexander Craig.

13317-8-180-181-September 25, 1781: Second document. Major George Walls issued 2 yards of blue cloth to M. Perault.

13318-8-180-181-September 25, 1781: Third document. Major George Walls issued coffee, sugar and chocolate in exchange for thread supplied by Thomas Currey?

13319-8-180-181-September 25, 1781: Bottom document. Major George Walls issued sugar and chocolate in exchange for thread supplied by Thomas McCarty.

13320-8-182-183-September 24, 1781: Top document. By order of George Rogers Clark, Major George Walls issued 3 gallons of rum to Capt. Benjamin Whaley. Names: John Crittenden.

13321-8-182-183-September 25, 1781: Second document. Faded. Rum issued. Names: John Crittenden, Capt. Baptist.

13322-8-182-183-September 13, 1781: Third document. Powder issued for 8 men of Lieut. Col. John Montgomery.

13323-8-184-185-September 17, 1781: Top document. Faded. Fort Nelson. Names: Benjamin Prather, ? Ballard.

13324-8-184-185-September 25, 1781: Second document. Major George Walls issued coffee and sugar for sick soldiers of Capt. Bruce company. Names: John Crittenden, William Karin?

13325-8-184-185-September 25, 1781: Third document. Major George Walls issued liquor and fat. Names: George Rogers Clark, James Berwick.

13326-8-184-185-September 25, 1781: Fourth document. Brandy issued to Capt. Todd. Names: George Rogers Clark.

13327-8-186 -187-September 8, 1781: Top document. Fort Nelson issued powder and lead for 4 men of Capt. Patten co. Names: George Rogers Clark.

13328-8-186-187-September 24, 1781: Second document. Major George Walls issued brandy for use of George Rogers Clark. Names: Lieut. William Clark.

13329-8-186-187-September ?, 1781: Third document. John Allen was paid $900. Names: William Clark.

13330-8-188-191-September 23, 1781: Top document. Duplicate filming. Falls of Ohio issued tobacco. Names: Lieut. Col. John Montgomery.

13331-8-188-191-September ?, 1781: Second document. Duplicate filming. Fort Nelson issued a powder for an officer going on command. Names: Mr. Ballard, Ensign William Roberts.

13332-8-188-191-September 29, 1781: Third document. Duplicate filming. Major George Walls issued 2 tents for Capt. John Rogers troops of Light Dragoons.

13333-8-188-191-September ?, 1781: Bottom document. Faded. Duplicate filming. Names: Capt. Mark Thomas, Lieut. Col. John Montgomery.

13334-8-192-193-September 20, 1781: Top document. Major George Walls issued a pair of shoes and flints to friendly indians. Names: John Crittenden.

13335-8-192-193-September 25, 1781: Second document. Rum issued for James Berwick, who was sick.

13336-8-192-193-September 27, 1781: Third document. Capt. John Kerney order to repair a gun.

13337-8-192-193-September 25, 1781: Bottom document. Fort Nelson issued lead. Names: James Finn.

13338-8-194-195-September 25, 1781: Top document. Fort Nelson issued tobacco for use of Capt. Richard Brashear co. Names: Lieut. Col. John Montgomery.

13339-8-194-195-September 23, 1781: Second document. John Crittenden order to issue 8 bottles of rum and 3 bottles of brandy for use of General [George Rogers Clark] and family. Indians were given 7 quarts of [rum] by order of General Clark.

13340-8-194-195-September 27, 1781: Bottom document. Chocolate and sugar issued for sick in company of Capt. William Cherry. Names: George Rogers Clark, John Agean?, Major George Walls, Surgeon Charles Greer.

13341-8-196-198-September 28, 1781: Top document. Duplicate filming. Unable to read. Names: George Rogers Clark

13342-8-196-198-September 29, 1781: Second document. Duplicate filming. Major George Walls issued 2 pounds of coffee and 4 pounds of sugar in exchange for 3 pounds of shoe thread supplied by Thomas McCarty.

13343-8-196-198-September 26, 1781: Third document. Duplicate filming. Major George Walls issued 4 pounds of sugar and 2 pounds of coffee to Marsham Brashear. Names: John Crittenden.

13344-8-199-202-September 28, 1781: Top document. Duplicate filming. Sugar issued for 10 sick men of Capt. Thomas Young co. Names: Surgeon Charles Greer.

13345-8-199-202-September 26, 1781: Second document. Duplicate filming. Gentlemen officers were issued rum. Names: George Rogers Clark, John Williams.

13346-8-199-202-September 20, 1781: Third document. Paper issued to George Rogers Clark. Names: John Crittenden.

13347-8-203-206-September 29, 1781: Top document. Duplicate filming. Coffee, chocolate and sugar issued. Names: Surgeon Charles Greer, Unable to read a name.

13348-8-203-206-September 21, 1781: Second document. Duplicate filming. Blacksmith put shoes on public horse. Names: unable to read.

13349-8-203-206-September 29, 1781: Third document. Duplicate filming. Fort Nelson issued sugar for Capt. Robert Todd, who was sick.

13350-8-207-210-September 20, 1781: Top document. Duplicate filming. Major George Walls issued coffee for use of General [George Rogers Clark] family. Names: John Crittenden, Patrick Maris.

13351-8-207-210-September 17, 1781: Second document. Duplicate filming. Faded. Fort Nelson.

13352-8-207-210-September 8, 1781: Third document. Duplicate filming. Fort Nelson issued powder. Names: James Berwick.

13353-8-207-210-September 8, 1781: Bottom document. Powder issued for men of Capt. Richard Brashear company. Names: Mr. Ballard, Lieut. Col. John Montgomery.

13354-8-211-214-September ?, 1781: Top document. Duplicate filming. Faded. Names: Lieut. Col. John Montgomery.

13355-8-211-214-September 29, 1781: Second document. Duplicate filming. Faded. Falls of Ohio. Reference to small horse and bullock. Names: Col. Zack Morgan, Major George Walls, David Donovan.

13356-8-211-214-September 27, 1781: Third document. Capt. John Baley order to Fort Patrick Henry to

13356-8-211-214-September 27, 1781-Continued: issue 4 day rations for 26 men, 2 women and 2 children in Baley's company and for 11 men of Lieut. Gerault's company.

13357-8-215-217-September 19, 1781: Top document. Duplicate filming. Capt. John Baley order to Fort Patrick Henry for 3 day rations for 26 men, 2 women and 2 children in his company and for 11 men in Lieut. Gerault company.

13358-8-215-217-September 13, 1781: Second document. Duplicate filming. Capt. John Baley order to Fort Patrick Henry for 3 day rations for 26 men, 2 women and 2 children in his company and for 11 men in Lieut. Gerault company.

13359-8-215-217-September 27, 1781: Third document. Duplicate filming. Major George Walls issued 6 bottles of brandy for use of General [George Rogers Clark] family. Names: Patrick Maris.

13360-8-215-217-September 13, 1781: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Capt. John Baley order to Fort Patrick Henry to issue beef ration for 26 men, 2 women and 2 children of his company and for 11 of Lieut. Gerault company.

13361-8-218-219-September 28, 1781: Top document. Major George Walls issued tea and sugar for use of Ensign William Johnston. Names: John Crittenden, Richard Winston.

13362-8-218-219-September 9, 1781: Second document. Capt. John Baley order to Fort Patrick Henry to issue rations for 26 men, 2 women, 2 children and 11 men of Lieut. Gerault company.

13363-8-218-219-September 3, 1781: Third document. Duplicate filming. Louisville issued powder. Names: Lieut. Col. John Montgomery.

13364-8-218-219-September 25, 1781: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Faded. Names: Capt. Thomas Young, John Crittenden.

13365-8-220-221-September 22, 1781: Top document. George Rogers Clark Orders to issue a bottle of rum to Capt. Benjamin Prather.

13366-8-220-221-September 21, 1781: Second document. Fort Nelson issued a bottle of rum to Capt. William Bruce. Names: John Crittenden.

13367-8-220-221-September 29, 1781: Third document. Major George Walls issue 2 pounds of sugar to Col. Zack Morgan. Names: John Crittenden.

13368-8-222-223-September 11, 1781: Top document. Capt. John Baley order to Fort Patrick Henry to issue rations for 26 men, 2 women, 2 men and 11 men of Lieut. Gerault company.

13369-8-222-223-September 24, 1781: Second document. Capt. John Baley order to Fort Patrick Henry to issue 3 day rations for 26 men, 2 women and 2 children in his company and 11 men of Lieut. Gerault.

13370-8-222-223-September 20, 1781: Third document. Fort Nelson issued rum for use of Lieut. Col. John Montgomery.

13371-8-222-223-September 28, 1781: Bottom document. Faded. Rum issued. Names: John Crittenden.

13372-8-224-225-September 21, 1781: Top document. Fort Nelson issued rum. Names: John Crittenden.

13373-8-224-225-September 11, 1781: Second document. Faded. Names: John Crittenden.

13374-8-224-225-September 1, 1781: Third document on left. Fort Patrick Henry issued powder to Capt. John Williams for his use going to Falls of Ohio.

13375-8-224-225-September ?, 1781: Bottom right document. Unable to read.

13376-8-226-229-September 28, 1781: Top document. Duplicate filming. George Rogers Clark order to issue 3 bottles of rum for use of Lieut. Gerault.

13377-8-226-229-September 22, 1781: Second document. Duplicate filming. Major George Walls issue rum to John Hardin. Names: John Crittenden.

13378-8-226-229-September 22, 1781: Third document. Duplicate filming. Major George Walls issue 2 hats to James Sherlock.

13379-8-230-231-September 28, 1781: Top document. Rum issued for use of General [George Rogers Clark] family. Names: John Crittenden.

13380-8-230-231-September 24, 1781: Second document. George Rogers Clark order at Falls of Ohio to issue 45 gills of spirits for 45 men of Col. [Joseph] Crockett regiment on fatigue [military duty] at the store house.

13381-8-230-231-September 24, 1781: Third document. Major Walls at Falls of Ohio issue a pound of coffee and 2 pounds of sugar for 7 sick men of Ensign Henry Daring's company. Names: Surgeon Charles Greer.

13382-8-232-237-September 20, 1781: Top document. duplicate filming. Major George Walls issued sugar and chocolate for use of Ensign Henry Daring. Names: George Rogers Clark.

13383-8-232-237-September 24, 1781: Second document. Duplicate filming. Sugar and chocolate issued for use of Lieut. Col. John Montgomery. Names: George Rogers Clark.

13384-8-232-237-September ?, 1781: Third document. Duplicate filming. Brandy and rum issued.

13385-8-232-237-September 23, 1781: Fourth document. Duplicate filming. Tobacco issued. Names: Lieut. Col. John Montgomery.

13386-8-238-241-September 24, 1781: Top document. Duplicate filming. Names: Capt. Benjamin Roberts.

13387-8-238-241-September 24, 1781: Second document. Duplicate filming. George Rogers Clark order at Louisville to furnish a wagon to Mr. Wilson to transport salt.

13388-8-238-241-September 26, 1781: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Fort Nelson issued rum to [friendly] indians. Names: Major George Walls, John Crittenden.

13389-8-242-245-September 25, 1781: Top document. Duplicate filming. Major George Walls issued rations for sick bowmen of Col. Crockett's regiment.

13390-8-242-245-September 22, 1781: Second document. Duplicate filming. George Rogers Clark order to issue a bottle of rum for use of Capt. John Williams.

13391-8-242-245-September 27, 1781: Bottom left document. Duplicate filming. Major George Walls at Fort Nelson issued a bottle of rum for use of Capt. Benjamin Fields.

13392-8-242-245-September 27, 1781: Bottom right document. Duplicate filming. Rum issued to Major John Ross. Names: John Crittenden, unable to read 2 names.

13393-8-246-249-September 25, 1781: Top document. Duplicate filming. Rum issued to friendly indians. Names: Major George Walls, John Crittenden.

13394-8-246-249-September 23, 1781: Second document. Duplicate filming. Powder issued to M. Perault. Names: Mr. Ballard, John Crittenden.

13395-8-246-249-September 5, 1781: Third document. Duplicate filming. Capt. John Baley order to issue rations.

13396-8-246-249-September 20, 1781: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. William Shannon issued full rations for 2 troopers and 1 woman belonging to the Troop of Light Dragoons of Capt. John Rogers. Names: Patt Kennedy.

13397-8-250-251-September 26, 1781: Top document. Rum issued to Lieut. Col. John Montgomery.

13398-8-250-251-September 28, 1781: Second document. Major George Walls issued 3 tents for use of Col. [Joseph] Crockett's regiment. Names: Hugh McGavock.

13399-8-250-251-September 25, 1781: Third document. George Rogers Clark order to issue 3 bottles of rum for use of Lieut. James Montgomery.

13400-8-252-255-September 24, 1781: Top document. Duplicate filming. Falls of Ohio issued sugar and coffee for 10 sick men of Capt. Thomas Young company. Names:

13400-8-252-255-September 24, 1781-continued: George Rogers Clark, Major George Walls.

13401-8-252-255-September 27, 1781: Second document. Duplicate filming. Capt. John Kerney order to armour to repair gun.

13402-8-252-255-September 25, 1781: Third document. Duplicate filming. Blacksmith put horse shoes on Cornet Thruston's horse. Names: William Johnston.

13403-8-252-255-September 26, 1781: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. George Rogers Clark order to issue rum to Isaac Browning.

13404-8-256-259-September 25, 1781: Top document. Duplicate filming. George Rogers Clark order to issue a bottle of rum to Thomas Walls.

13405-8-256-259-September 24, 1781: Second document. Duplicate filming. Three bottles of brandy issued to General [George Rogers Clark] family. Names: John Crittenden.

13406-8-256-259-September 28, 1781: Third document. Duplicate filming. Coffee and sugar issued for 10 sick men. Names: Rice Bullock, George Rogers Clark, Major George Walls.

13407-8-260-261-September 25, 1781: Top document. Blue cloth and rum issued to friendly indians. Names: Major George Walls, John Crittenden, James Sherlock.

13408-8-260-261-September 25, 1781: Second document. Major George Walls issued sugar to Capt. Baptist. Names: John Crittenden, unable to read a name.

13409-8-262-263-September 25, 1781: Top document. Camp at Falls of Ohio issued sugar and coffee for sick men of Capt. [George] Jackson company. Names: Jacob Westfall, George Rogers Clark, Abraham Horstbran?

13410-8-262-263-September 27, 1781: Second document. Sugar and coffee issued for 10 sick soldiers. Names: Major George Walls, P. Moore, Surgeon Charles Greer, John Crittenden. John Randolph.

13411-8-262-263-September 26, 1781: Third document. Powder issued for 8 men going on command.

13412-8-262-263-September 30, 1781: Bottom document. Major George Walls issued paper to Capt. Todd. Names: George Rogers Clark.

13413-8-264-267-September 14, 1781: Top document. Duplicate filming. Fort Nelson issued powder. Names: Capt. Benjamin Poke, George Slaughter.

13414-8-264-267-September 25, 1781: Second document. Duplicate filming. Order for kettles.

13415-8-264-267-September 24, 1781: Third document. Duplicate filming. Faded. Unable to read. Names: Lieut. Col. John Montgomery.

13416-8-268-271-September 30, 1781: Top document. Duplicate filming. Powder issued for 2 men going on command with Capt Battis [Baptist] to the Illinois [River]. Names: Lieut. Col. John Montgomery.

13417-8-268-271-September 27, 1781: Second document. Duplicate filming. Coffee and sugar issued to Capt. Babtist [Baptist]. Names: John Crittenden.

13418-8-268-271-September ?, 1781: Third document. Duplicate filming. Faded. Names: George Rogers Clark.

13419-8-268-271-September 3, 1781: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Rations issued for 19 men of Capt. [Benjamin] Roberts company and for widow of Ensign Asher. Names: Ensign William Roberts.

13420-8-272-273-September 24, 1781: Top document. Falls of Ohio issued 18 pounds of beef for use of agent Israel Dodge and his family. Names: Lieut. Col. John Montgomery, Mr. Ballard.

13421-8-272-273-September 26, 1781: Second document. Major George Walls issued 6 bottles of rum for the family of General [George Rogers Clark]. Names: Patrick Maris.

13422-8-272-273-September 20, 1781: Third document. Powder issued to 5 men of the Illinois Regiment. Names: Capt. Isaac Taylor, Lieut. Col. John Montgomery.

13423-8-274-275-September 29, 1781: Top document. Mr. [George] Wilson supplied 70 pounds of beef for family of General [George Rogers Clark]. Names: John Crittenden.

13424-8-274-275-September 27, 1781: Second document. Joseph McDowell paid $72 to James Erwin for caulking boats at the Haymaker boat yard.

13425-8-274-275-September 30, 1781: Third document. Rations issued for 16 men and 1 wash woman of Capt. [Mark] Thomas company. Names: George Slaughter.

13426-8-276-279-September 29, 1781: Top document. Duplicate filming. The armorer of Col. Crockett's regiment at Fort Nelson repaired a gun of George Lewis. Names: Capt. Edward Worthington.

13427-8-276-279-September 26, 1781: Second document. Duplicate filming. Bottle of brandy issued for family of General [George Rogers Clark]. Names: John Crittenden.

13428-8-276-279-September 26, 1781: Third document. Duplicate filming. Major George Walls issued 2 bottles of brandy for family of General [George Rogers Clark]. Names: Andrew Mark.

13429-8-276-279-September 15, 1781: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Names: Major George Walls.

13430-8-280-281-September 12, 1781: Fort Nelson issued powder and lead for 13 men. Names: Capt. Edward Worthington, Lieut. Col. John Montgomery, Mr. Ballard.

BOX 637 FOLDER 130

LETTERS-OCTOBER 1781

FRAMES #282-290

4 documents filmed on 8 frames.

13431-8-283-286-October 30, 1781: Duplicate filming. Deposition of Capt. Abraham Kellar before Justice of Peace in Jefferson County, Virginia. Names: Capt. Robert George, Israel Dodge, William Pope. Reference to Mississippi River.

13432-8-287-288-October 6, 1781: Letter of Capt. Robert George to Governor Nelson. Reference to where filed.

13433-8-289-October 14, 1781: Letter of John Todd to Governor Nelson. Reference where filed and printed.

13434-8-290-October 21, 1781: Letter of John Todd to Governor Nelson. Reference where filed and printed.

BOX 637

FOLDER 131-ACCOUNTS-OCTOBER 1781

FRAMES #291-400

29 documents filmed on 109 frames.

13435-8-292-296-October 23, 1781: Account of provisions purchased by Joseph Parkison for use of hands employed building boats. William Harrison paid $125,708 for provisions of beef, flour, indian meal, pork, bacon, hay, wheat, rice, corn, salt, potatoes, and turnips. Names: John Lovejoy, Abraham Frye, Frederick Cooper, William Sampson, John Powers, Patrick McFarland, Abraham Scott, Hugh Shilling, Charles McGavock, Michael Powers, Thomas Parkson, Peter Hetzel, Joseph Bartley, James Shope, William Brown, Thomas Cummingham, Henry Morrison, Philip Dailey, Daniel Jacobs, William Ketcham, Samuel Findley, Joseph Warner, Margaret Brimfield, John Riddle, James Kentz, John Johnson, Joseph Bicket, Charles Wallham, Mary McGraham, John Chambers, Jacob Johnson, Samuel Riddle, Thomas Parkison, Patrick McConkey, John Hopkins, Nich Depue, John Hume, Samuel Meek, Joshua Campbell, Ruth Cummingham, Dwight Treagley, Adam Wickerham, Joseph McHume, Thomas Cumming, George Sharpe, L. Pearce, John White, Abraham Decker, David Rickey and John Linn. Some names appear more than once.

13436-8-297-300-October 11, 1781: Abstract of small cargo of goods settled with Lieut. Col. Montgomery and Capt. Robert George. Items: Taffia. rum. Names: Major John Williams, Capt. Edward Worthington, Col. George Slaughter, Capt. Robert Todd, Lieut. John Gerault, Lieut. Joseph Calvit, Lieut. Richard Clark, Lieut. Thomas Dalton, Capt. Isaac Taylor, Meredith Price, Capt. Leonard Helm, Capt. Benjamin Roberts, Capt. Mark Thomas, Ensign Jarret Williams, Ensign William Roberts, Mr. John Donne, Patrick Kennedy, Israel Dodge, James Finn, Martin Carney, Capt. Abraham Kellar, Cornet John Thruston, Capt. John Rogers, Lieut. James Merriweather, Buckner Pittman, Sergeant John Walker, Sergeant Michael Miles, Hospital, Militia of Clarksville, State of Virginia, Troops of Capt. Rogers, Illinois Regiment

13437-8-301-303-October 6, 1781: Copy of letter of Capt. [Robert] George to Governor. Reference to 101,920 acres of land entered on behalf of George Rogers Clark upon 182 Treasurer warrants. Land began at mouth of brook to Mississippi River and Ohio River. Reference to Clarksville.

13438-8-304-305-October 6, 1781: State of Virginia account with Francis Adams. Faded. Reference to boat of Capt. William Harrison.

13439-8-306-307-October 12, 1781: State of Virginia account with George Wilson at Falls of Ohio. Provisions of flour, beef, bear meat, corn and salt. Names: Capt. William Shannon, James Berwick.

13440-8-308-314-October 18, 1781: Commonwealth of Virginia pay roll for sundry artificers including carpenters, blacksmiths, sawyers and choppers, who were building boats for General [George Rogers] Clark expedition. Names: Jacob Wyant, James Kelley, John Collins, Thomas Gerty, Jacob Thompson, David Johnston, John Langrphy, William Owin, William Truman, John Faughey, Paul Matthews, William McDowell, Mordica Kelley, Philip Oysten, Joseph Mar, John Savage, John Craigh, Peter Simpson, Robert Bell, Peter Springer, Joseph Williams, Joseph Lane, William Richardson, Christopher Owin, Robert Boyd, Thomas Scott, John Clark, Francis Willson, George Custard, John Patch, Thomas Smith, John Guthrey, James Burchfield, Joseph Saxon, Andrew Douglas, James Lawless?, Archibald Johnston, William Dowman, Thomas Williams, Thomas Matthews, Thomas Chambers, John Wright, James King, James Reid, Samuel Reid, James Rawling, Joseph Curley, James Light?, William Owin, Levin Bennett, Robert Watkins, Peter Graham, Jacob Whitsel, Arnold Custard, Frederick Fouts?, James Smith, Peter Bennet, George Bruce, William Flynn, Jacob Castleman, William Riddin, Hugh Rankin, Daniel Gunn, James Parker, Christian Lanehart, and Jacob Haymaker.

13441-8-315-316-October 22, 1781: State of Virginia account with James Blue. Payment to William Anderson, John Busbey, Thomas Collins, Jonathan Pew, John Blue, Isaac Eyla, Ross Dyeman, William Harrison.

13442-8-317-318-October 25, 1781: Commonwealth of Virginia account with Benjamin Harrison. Names:

13442-8-317-318-October 25, 1781-Continued: Joseph Smith, Isaac Lane, Richard Noble, Edward Ward, William Harrison.,

13443-8-319-320-October 24, 1781: Commonwealth of Virginia account with John Evans for payment to sundry artificers. Names: Robert Wickliff, ? Zachariah, Daniel Moulding, James Merryfield, John Witherington, David Piles, Isaac Hogland, Samuel Devall, Noling Devall, Joseph Howard, William Hogland, John Templeton, George Parker, Richard Harrison.

13444-8-321-324-October 18, 1781: Commonwealth of Virginia account with John Canon and Andrew Heth. Faded. Unable to read details.

13445-8-325-328-October 18, 1781: Commonwealth of Virginia account with Jacob Haymaker. Faded. Names: William Riddle, ? Wilson, John Neall, Christopher Owens, William Harrison, unable to read several names.

13446-8-329-331-October 18, 1781: Commonwealth of Virginia account with Gilbert Simpson. Items: wheat, bacon, pork, iron, flour, nails, cartage of flour from Worthington's mill, paper. Names: William Harrison.

13447-8-332-333-October ?, 1781: Status of bills drawn by General [George Rogers] Clark in favor of Richard Winston and sent to Treasurer of Virginia. Bills dated for 1779.

13448-8-334-338-October 18, 1781: Accounts for payment of cooks employed for the Jacob Haymaker Boat Yard. Names: Mary Johnson, Mary Kelly, Susaanah Woods, Ann Girty,

13448-8-334-338-October 18, 1781-Continued: Jane McDowell, Rosanna Patch, Christiania Douglas, Mary Graham, Margaret Landers, Ann Owin and William Harrison

13449-8-339-341-October ?, 1781: Commonwealth of Virginia account. Items purchased and names of persons supplying such. Items: hemp, express service, ferriage, whiskey, blacksmith work, making bags, tar, bacon, oats, gimlets, beef cattle, corn, pasture, planks, flour. Names: William Steward, William Crawford, Jacob Pindell, George Blakison, John Rogers, Joseph Chamberlain, Francis Newill, James Moody, Joseph McCaffe, Samuel Wilson, William McKee, Joseph Smith, John Stephenson, Benjamin Whaley, Joseph Rogers, David Mortan, Nathan Shannon, Hugh Newill.George Jasmoon, David Scott, John John, Bill Crawford, John Bell, Rich Hughs, Peter Triplett, Thomas Ball, James Harmon?, John Ballenshall, Isaac Pue?, Benjamin Kuykendall, John Allen, Thomas Bell, Charles Brandford, Gilbert Simpson, Christopher Graybill, Joseph McDowell.

13450-8-342-345-October 10, 1781: Commonwealth of Virginia account with Joseph Burkett, who supplied flour.

13451-8-346-347-October 10, 1781: Top document. State of Virginia account with Capt. James Sullivan for corn, tar, wagonage, beef for use of Illinois Department. Names: William Shannon.

13452-8-346-347-October ? , 1781: Bottom document. Incomplete. Appears to be a state of Virginia account with William Harrison for whiskey, wheat.

13453-8-348-349-October 10, 1781: Top document. State of Virginia with Moses Kuykendall for

13453-8-348-349-October 10, 1781-Continued: supplying indian meal, dried beef and wagonage. Names: Patt Kennedy

13454-8-350- 351-October 5, 1781: State of Virginia account with Joseph Shaw. Names: Richard Finley, Philip Gilliland, William Harrison, Hance Hamilton, Aaron Jenkins, Thomas Grey, John Carmichael. Payment for corn, bacon, ferriage.

13455-8-352-357-October 6, 1781: Commonwealth of Virginia purchases from Richard McMachen for use of the expedition commanded by George Rogers Clark. List of items purchased and from whom purchased. Items: sheep, corn, hog, beef, pork,wagonage. bacon, flour, building store house, making kegs, whiskey. Names: John Harris, Thomas Mathey, Thomas Rodman, Andrew Hood, William Frey, Anthony Duniway, Samuel Bevens, David Phelps, John Forgpon, Abraham Wells, Joseph Warns, Jonathan Cox, Samuel Asil?, Francis McGuren, Joseph Hull, Andrew Wells, Charles Wells, Robert McQuire, Francis McGuire, William Boggs, Richard Postlewaid, Abraham Wells. Some names appear more than once.

13456-8-358-359-October 11, 1781: State of Virginia account with Capt. Isaac Craig for traveling expenses from Fort Pitt to Philadelphia by order of General [George Rogers] Clark, who paid $1,997 cash in advance. Expenses for ordinance stores, board and lodging, and wagonage from Carlisle.

13457-8-360-367-October 8, 1781: Duplicate filming. Faded. Commonwealth of Virginia account with Joseph McDowell for sundry expenses. Items and services: oats, forage, steel, cable, rope, hemp, wagoners, pack horse use, payment for workers, salt, pasture, whiskey and use of horse. Names: William McFarland, James Irwin, William Bell, Adam Sharp, George Redman, John Fleming, William Price, Alexander Barr, Mordicai Kelly, John Thompson, Charles Smith, William Paul, John Small, John Barr, Robert Potter, Abraham Hays, John Little, John Wolf, William Harrison, Archibald Johnson, Joseph Patterson, Benjamin Bennet,

13457-8-360-367-October 8, 1781-Continued: William Downing, John Wright, Jacob Castleman, Boston Frederick, John Hamilton, John Randolph, Samuel Newell, William Woods, Hugh Quigley, Daniel Hudson, David Kennedy, John Evans, Richard Andrews. Unable to read many names. Some names appear more than once.

13458-8-368-369-October 13, 1781: Commonwealth of Virginia account with Samuel Newell. Names: William Harrison.

13459-8-370-378-October 14, 1781: Commonwealth of Virginia account with Benjamin Newell. Items supplied: wheat, bacon, beef, flour, corn, paper, flour, nails, wheat, thread, bags, kegs. Names: Nathaniel Young, Gasper Harrich, Anthony Altman, Jacob Pender, Jacob Mechling, Ralph Cherry, John Steward, James Campbell, Robert Slaughter, Harold Thomas, Joseph Robertson, Thomas Kelpatrick, Epraim Tabbor, Ann Connell, Samuel Hook, Jacob Lines, Robert Laughlin, Jacob Mollyson, Joseph Mason, Frederick Woods, John Cunningham, William Vandyke, William Bell, William Steward, John Flossmon, James Parry, William Weatherson, William Huddell, Craft Coyor, Samuel Collins, Nathaniel Hush, Adam Wellingbok, Henry White, James Wilson, Jacob Shrider. Unable to read many names. Some names appear more than once.

13460-8-379-380-October 20, 1781: Jacob Haymaker's invoice to Joseph Bowman for ferriage of people and horses and lodging to the Boat Builders Department at Fort Pitt on behalf of the state of Virginia. Names: Christopher Wyant, Russell Wyant, John Collins, William McDowell, many unnamed men and wagoners, Mr. Johnson, Jacob Castleman, Thomas Smallmax?, Alex Steele. Reference to Monongahela [River].

13461-8-381- 382-October 20, 1781: State of Virginia account with Joseph Bowman for ferriage of people and horses for Joseph McDowell to the Boat Builders Department at Fort Pitt. All persons were spies. Many persons not named. Names: William Woods, James King, John Hamilton. Thomas Smallmax? and

13461-8-381-382-October 20, 1781-Continued: Alex Steele certified service over the Monongahela [River].

13462-8-383-384-October 29, 1781: No. 9. Spy Account. Commonwealth of [Virginia] certified money due from the Treasury for 50 days of spying within the boundary of Fayette County. Faded. Names: Robert Johnston, Bartlet Searcy. Unable to read many names. Certified by John Todd.

13463-8-385-388-October 25, 1781: Duplicate filming. Commonwealth of Virginia account with Benjamin Wells. Items: bacon, corn, rye, use of horse. Names: William Harrison.

13464-8-389-400-October 24, 1781: Duplicate filming. Items supplied for use of General George Rogers Clark expedition. Document somewhat damaged. Items: corn, rye, whiskey, wheat, flour, wagonage. Names: Robert McClaim, Thomas Philips, Oliver Crawford, Adam Hatfield, James Boiston, Bazilla Clarke, Ezekiel Painter, Asahel Martin, John Coanes, Thomas Berry, ? Triplett, ? Manning, Nich. Thomas, Abraham Loganden, Basil Brown, Thomas Brown, Charles Martin, William McCune, Joseph McNeile, John Miner, Nicholas Blake, Henry Beason, John Hardin, George Gregg, John Mason, Joseph McGahan, Samuel McGentley, Moses Davidson, Burdett Clifton, Robert Jackson, Philip Shute, Robert Patton, James George, Andrew Lines, William Harrison. Unable to read some names. Many names are listed more than once.

BOX 637

FOLDER 132-VOUCHERS-OCTOBER 1781

FRAMES #401-506

146 documents filmed on 105 frames.

13465-8-402-403-October 9, 1781: Top document. Military Store at Fall of Ohio. Powder and lead issued for hunters. Names: George Rogers Clark.

13466-8-402-403-October ?, 1781: Second document. Faded. Unable to read.

13467-8-402-403-October 1, 1781: Third document. Faded. Reference to Western Expedition of George Rogers Clark. Names: Ensign Hugh McGavock, Col. Joseph Crockett.

13468-8-404-405-August 11, 1781: Top document. Faded. George Rogers Clark order to issue powder and lead to 16 officers of Col. Joseph Crockett regiment. Names; Sergeant John Baskenvill.

13469-8-404-405-October ?, 1781: Second document. Faded. Reference to Western Expedition. Names: Joseph Crockett, Ensign Hugh McGavock.

13470-8-406-407-August 7, 1781: Top document. Powder and lead issued for use of Capt. Benjamin Fields company. Names: John Crittenden.

13471-8-406-407-September 19, 1781: Second document. Powder and lead issued to Col. [Zack] Morgan. Names: David Moore, John Crittenden.

13472-8-406-407-September 2, 1781: Third document. David Moore certified receiving 200 cartridges from Sergeant John Baskenvill.

13473-8-408-409-September 11, 1781: Top document. 250 cartridges issued. Names: David Moore, John Crittenden. Names: Capt. Will Bruce.

13474-8-408-409-September 21, 1781: Second document. Powder, lead and flints issued. Names: Alex Fuller, David Moore, George Rogers Clark, Col. Zack Morgan, unable to read 1 name.

13475-8-408-409-October 19, 1781: Third document. Faded. Names: John Crittenden.

13476-8-410-411-September 6, 1781: Top document. Ration of 306 cartridges issued for the Western Battalion for companies of Ensign Daring, Ensign Bullock, Capt. [William] Cherry, Capt. [John] Kerney, and Capt. John Todd. Names: David Moore, Sergeant John Baskenvill, Col. Joseph Crockett.

13477-8-410-411-October ?, 1781: Bottom document. George Rogers Clark order to issue rum to indians.

13478-8-412-413-September 15, 1781: Top document. Powder issued. Names: David Moore, James H. Smith.

13479-8-412-413-October ?, 1781: Second document. Powder and lead issued. Names: George Rogers Clark.

13480-8-412-413-October 4, 1781: Bottom document. Powder issued for 8 men of Capt. Robert George co.

13481-8-414-415-September 14, 1781: Top document. Powder issued for detachment. Names: David Moore, James Murphy, ? Floyd, George Rogers Clark.

13482-8-414-415-October 19, 1781: Second document. Duck cloth issued. Names: George Rogers Clark, Capt. Isaac Taylor.

13483-8-414-415-October 17, 1781: Third document. Falls of Ohio issued sugar. Names: Joseph Crockett, Major George Walls, unable to read 1 name.

13484-8-416-September 21, 1781: Top document. Conductor of military store issued 240 cartridges at Louisville. Names: Sergeant John Baskenvill.

13485-8-416-October 19,1 781: Second document. Fort Nelson issued 40 nails for coffin for a man of Capt. [Robert] George company. Names: Ensign Hugh McGavock.

13486-8-416-October 15, 1781: Third document. Sugar issued. Names: Surgeon Charles Greer, George Rogers Clark.

13487-8-416-October ?, 1781: Bottom document. Names: Lieut. Gerault, Martin Carney.

13488-8-417-September 21, 1781: Top document. Ration of cartridges issued to Western Battalion companies of Capt. [William] Cherry, Capt. [Thomas] Young, Capt. [John] Kerney, Ensign Bullock, Ensign Daring. Names: Ensign Hugh McGavock. John Crittenden.

13489-8-417-October 14, 1781: Second document on left. Faded. Sugar issued. Names: Samuel Green.

13490-8-417-October 14, 1781: Third document on right. George Rogers Clark order to Martin Carney to issue a pair of pistol holsters to Lieut. Gerault.

13491-8-417-October 19, 1781: Fourth document. Major George Walls issued nails to Sergeant John Baskenvill.

13492-8-418-419-October 14, 1781: Top document. George Rogers Clark order to Major George Walls to issue sugar. Names: Patt Mars?

13493-8-418-419-October 19, 1781: Second document. Payment for service of Bartlet Searcy and James McMullen. Names: John Todd.

13494 Frame 418-419-October 7, 1781: Third document. Names: Capt. John Kerney, Joseph Crockett.

13495-8-418-419-October ?, 1781: Bottom document. Names: John Scott?

13496-8-420-423-October 18, 1781: Top document. Duplicate filming. Fort Nelson issued powder to Sergeant Anderson. Names: George Rogers Clark, Capt. Robert George.

13497-8-420-423-October 18, 1781: Second document. Duplicate filming. Payment to John Evans by William Harrison. Names: N. Blake, Robert Wickliff.

13498-8-420-423-October 29, 1781: Third document. Duplicate filming. George Rogers Clark order to issue blue cloth for use of Surgeon Charles Greer of the Western Battalion.

13499-8-420-423-October 17, 1781: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Faded. Sugar issued. Names: Surgeon Charles Greer, George Rogers Clark.

13500-8-424-425-October 19, 1781: Top document. Fort Nelson issued 4 axes for use of Col. Crockett's regiment. Names: Ensign Hugh McGavock, George Rogers Clark.

13501-8-424-425-October 23, 1781: Second document. Rations for 25 men and 1 woman of Capt. [Benjamin] Roberts company. Names: Ensign William Roberts.

13502-8-424-425-October 18, 1781: Third document. Fort Nelson issued a tent. Names: Major George Walls, Capt. Robert George, George Rogers Clark. Bennet Pittman.

13503-8-424-425-October 7, 1781: Bottom document. Tobacco issued. Names: Martin Carney, Capt. Isaac Taylor, Lieut. Col. John Montgomery.

13504-8-426-428-October 4, 1781: Top document. Duplicate filming. George Rogers Clark order to Major George Walls to issue 4 quire of paper and 2 blank books for use of the commissary.

13505-8-426-428-October 8, 1781: Second document. Duplicate filming. Fort Nelson issued tobacco. Names: Mr. Ballard, Capt. John Karney. Joseph Crockett.

13506-8-426-428-October 7, 1781: Bottom document. Fort Nelson issued tobacco. Names: Capt. Thomas Young, Joseph Crockett.

13507-8-429-434-October 2, 1781: Top document. Duplicate filming. Lieut. Col. John Montgomery order to Martin Carney to issue tobacco to company of James McCormick.

13508-8-429-434-October 17, 1781: Second document. Duplicate filming. Major George Walls issued paper. Names: Peter Moore.

13509-8-429-434-October 13, 1781: Third document. Duplicate filming. Payment for 2 quires of paper by William Harrison. Names: Samuel Newell, Peter Moore.

13510-8-429-434-September 25, 1781: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. George Rogers Clark order to Major George Walls to issue powder for use of the garrison at Vincennes.

13511-8-435-436-October 4, 1781: Top document. George Rogers Clark order for conductor of military store at Fort Nelson to issue powder, lead and flints for militia at Spring Station. Names: David Moore, Charles McDogual.

13512-8-435-436-October 28, 1781: Second document. Lieut. Col. John Montgomery order to Mr. Ballard to issue powder to Capt. [Leonard] Helm.

13513-8-435-436-October 6, 1781: Third document. Fort Nelson issued powder. Names: Blan Ballard, George Slaughter, Capt. Benjamin Fields.

13514-8-437-438-October 13, 1781: Top document. George Rogers Clark order to Peter Moore at Fort Nelson to issue a musket and 20 cartridges for a man of Capt. [John] Rogers troops of light dragoons.

13515-8-437-438-October 10, 1781: Second document. Fort Nelson issued powder to Lieut. John Merriweather. Names: Capt. Benjamin Roberts.

13516-8-437-438-October 5, 1781: Third document. Fort Nelson issued 24 cartridges to Capt. Robert Todd.

13517-8-439-440-October 2, 1781: Top document. George Rogers Clark order to Fort Nelson to issue powder to Lieut. James Welsh for militia duty. Names: ? Floyd.

13518-8-439-440-October 12, 1781: Second document. George Rogers Clark order to Fort Nelson. Names: Lieut. James Merriweather, Capt. Rogers troops.

13519-8-439-440-October 13, 1781: Bottom document. Faded. Fort Nelson military store issued cartridges. Names: Lieut. Col. John Montgomery, George Rogers Clark, unable to read name.

13520-8-441-442-October 12, 1781: Top document. Louisville in Jefferson County issued powder and lead for militia of Hogland Station. Names: George Rogers Clark, Samuel Wells.

13521-8-441-442-October 9, 1781: Second document. George Rogers Clark order to Fort Nelson to issue flints for Col. George Slaughter men going hunting.

13522-8-441-442-October ?, 1781: Third document. Military store issued powder and lead. Names: George Rogers Clark, Sergeant William Elms.

13523-8-441-442-August 6, 1781: Bottom document. Fort Patrick Henry issued powder and lead for express to Pittsburgh. Names: William Harrison, David Moore, John Crittenden.

13524-8-443-444-October 9, 1781: Top document. Fort Nelson issued powder and lead for man of Capt. Robert George Co. Names: George Rogers Clark.

13525-8-443-444-October 29, 1781: Second document. Fort Nelson by order of George Rogers Clark issued 100 pounds of powder and same quantity of lead to the Kaskaskia Indian Chief Baptist. Names: John Crittenden, David Moore.

13526-8-443-444-October 19, 1781: Third document. Faded. Unable to read.

13527-8-445-446-October 1, 1781: Top document. Conductor of military store issued powder and lead for use of militia. Names: ? Floyd, George Rogers Clark.

13528-8-445-446-October 6, 1781: Second document. Faded. Powder and flints. Names: Col. Crockett, Col. Zack Morgan.

13529-8-447-450-October 6, 1781: Top document. Duplicate filming. Fort Nelson issued 4 cartridges. Names: George Slaughter, John Crittenden.

13530-8-447-450-October 6, 1781: Second document. Duplicate filming. Military store at Jefferson issued powder and lead for use of militia. Names: ? Floyd, George Rogers Clark.

13531-8-447-450-October 5, 1781: Bottom document. David Moore certified issuing powder and lead to Capt. Benjamin Prather.

13532-8-451-454-July 26, 1781: Top document. Duplicate filming. Powder and lead issued. Names: Peter Moore, Capt. James Archer.

13533-8-451-454-October ?, 1781: Second document. Duplicate filming. Unable to read.

13534-8-451- 454-August 9, 1781: Third document. Duplicate filming. Faded. Peter Moore issued powder. Names: John Crittenden.

13535-8-455-456-August 26, 1781: Top document. Falls of Ohio issued powder and lead. Names: Capt. George Jackson.

13536-8-455-456-August 23, 1781: Second document. George Rogers Clark order at Fort Nelson to issued powder, lead and flints for use of Capt. Benjamin Fields co.

13537-8-455-456-August 13, 1781: Bottom document. Faded. Powder and lead issued. Names: Peter Moore.

13538-8-457-458-August 15. 1781: Top document. Camp Ohio issued a cartridge box. Names: Hezekiah Davis, Col. Zack Morgan.

13539-8-457-458-August 16, 1781: Second document. Faded. Unable to read.

13540-8-457-558-August 23, 1781: Third document. Faded. Names: George Rogers Clark.

13541-8-457-458-October ?, 1781: Bottom document. Unable read names.

13542-8-459-460-August 12, 1781: Top document. Faded. Names: David Moore.

13543-8-459-460-August 26, 1781: Second document. Powder and lead issued for an officer and volunteer of Col. Zack Morgan co. to replace what had been destroyed at Big Boone Lick by the River. Names; David Moore, John McNanorh?

13544-8-459-460-September 21, 1781: Third document. Powder and lead issued. Names: John Crittenden, unable to read a name.

13545-8-459-460-October ?, 1781: Bottom document. Falls of Ohio issued meat and flour for 38 men and 1 woman of Capt. [Benjamin] Roberts company. Names: George Slaughter.

13546-8-461-462-September 2, 1781: Top document. Peter Moore issued powder and lead for Col. [Zack] Morgan co. Names: Lieut. Col. John Montgomery.

13547-8-461-462-October ?, 1781: Second document. George Rogers Clark order to military store to issue powder, lead and flints to the Piankishaw Indian Chief.

13548-8-461-462-October 12, 1781: Third document. Military Store issued 3 cartridge boxes, 38 muskets cartridges. Names: Capt. William Bruce, George Rogers Clark, John Hardin.

13549-8-463-464-September 29, 1781: Top document. Fort Nelson issued powder and lead for use of Capt. Robert Farrel and Lieut. Mohan of Major Whaley co. Names: John Crittenden, David Moore.

13550-8-463-464-August 7, 1781: Second document. Ohio River camp at McMachen Island issued ammunition and flints in militia of Charles Creecraft. Names: John Carmichael.

13551-8-463-464-August 12, 1781: Bottom document. George Rogers Clark order to issue powder and lead. Names: Ensign Hugh McGavock.

13552-8-465-466-September 4, 1781: Top document. Louisville issued powder and lead. Names: John Crittenden, Peter Moore, unable read 1 name.

13553-8-465-466-September 30, 1781: Second document. Faded. Names: Joseph Crockett, James Murphy.

13554-8-465-466-September 8, 1781: Third document. Powder and lead issued. Names: David Moore, Capt. Benjamin Fields, George Rogers Clark.

13555-8-467-468-September 16, 1781: Top document. Faded. Powder and lead issued. Names: David Moore, Capt. James Sullivan, George Rogers Clark.

13556-8-467-468-September 8, 1781: Second document. David Moore issued 200 cartridges. Names: James Walls, Capt. Will Bruce.

13557-8-467-468-September ?, 1781: Bottom document. Faded. George Rogers Clark order to issue powder and lead.

13558-8-469-472-October 14, 1781: Top document. Duplicate filming. Cartridge box issued. Names: Lieut. Col. John Montgomery, Capt. Isaac Taylor.

13559-8-469-472-October ?, 1781: Second document. Duplicate filming. Announcement for Franklin Township, Westmoreland County to meet and elect 2 persons to serve on the executive council of Justice of Peace. Names: Edward Cook.

13560-8-469-472-October 19, 1781: Third document. Duplicate filming. Names: George Rogers Clark, Capt. Craig.

13561-8-473-474-October 16, 1781: Top document. Tobacco issued for company of Capt. Isaac Taylor.

13562-8-473-474-October 16, 1781: Second document. Unable to read.

13563-8-473-474-October ?, 1781: Third document. George Rogers Clark order to issue powder and lead to Lieut. Gerault.

13564-8-473-474-October 14, 1781: Bottom left document. Lieut. Gerault request for 2 dozen cartridges.

13565-8-473-474-September 15, 1781: Bottom right document. David Moore issued 20 cartridges to Henry Barnes.

13566-8-475-476-August 11, 1781: Top document. Capt. Craig request for cartridge paper. Names: James Berwick, Mr. Moore.

13567-8-475-476-October 7, 1781: Second document. Fort Nelson issued powder and lead for use of man going on command. Names: Rice Bullock, George Rogers Clark.

13568-8-475-476-October 8, 1781: Third document. Fort Nelson issued powder and lead for a hunter of Capt. [Edward] Worthington co. Names: Lieut. Richard Clark, George Rogers Clark.

13569-8-475-476-October 6, 1781: Fourth document. Ohio River Camp on McMachen Island issued for 6 guns for use of Capt. James Archer milita. Names: George Rogers Clark.

13570-8-477-478-October 9, 1781: Top document. Capt. Thomas Young request for 60 cartidges for hunters. Names: George Rogers Clark, John Bakenvill.

13571-8-477-478-August 7, 1781: Second document. Powder and lead isssued for the company of Light dragoons of Capt. Benjamin Fields. Names: John Crittenden, John Crawford.

13572-8-477-478-August 7, 1781: Third document. David Moore issued cartridges for use of General [George Rogers Clark]. Names: George Puff, John Crittenden.

13573-8-477-478-October ?, 1781: Botttom document. Unable to read.

13574-8-479-480-August 9, 1781: Top document. David Moore issued 25 pounds of powder for use of Col Lockry troops. Names: John Crittenden, George Rogers Clark.

13575-8-479-480-August 4, 1781: Second document. Faded. Names: David Moore.

13576-8-479-480-October 29, 1781: Third document. Paper issued to Capt. Abraham Kellar.

13577-8-479-480-October 29, 1781: Bottom document. George Rogers Clark order to issue an ax to Capt. Richard Brashear for chopping fire wood.

13578-8-481-484-October 29, 1781: Top document. Duplicate filming. Camp kettle issued for Capt. William Cherry. Names: Ensign Hugh McGavock, George Rogers Clark.

13579-8-481-484-October 30, 1781: Second document. Duplicate filming. Faded. Names: Capt.Isaac Taylor.

13580-8-481-484-October 17, 1781: Third document. Duplicate filming. Major George Walls issued a bottle of liquor to George Rogers Clark. Names: Patrick Maris.

13581-8-481-484-October 10, 1781: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Rations issued for 27 men and 1 woman. Unable to read names.

13582-8-485-488-August 30, 1781: Top document. Duplicate filming. David Moore issued a rifle. Names: Col. Zack Morgan.

13583-8-485-488-October ?, 1781: Second document. Duplicate filming. Faded. Names: David Moore.

13584-8-485-488-August 19, 1781: Third document. Duplicate filming. David Moore issued powder, lead and flints for Alex Patton? Names: John Crittenden.

13585-8-485-488-August 13, 1781: Fourth document. Duplicate filming. Fort Nelson issued cartridges. Names: George Rogers Clark.

13586-8-489-490-August 3, 1781: Top document. Canon powder issued. Names: Capt. Craig, David Moore.

13587-8-489-490-August 7, 1781: Second document. David Moore issued powder and lead. Names: John Rowen, Col. Zack Morgan, Hezekiah Davison.

13588-8-489-490-September 1, 1781: Third document. Powder issued. Names: John Crittenden.

13589-8-491-492-October 10, 1781: Top document. Fort Nelson. Faded. Names: George Rogers Clark.

13590-8-491-492-October 10, 1781: Second document. George Rogers Clark order to military store to issue powder and lead to Joseph Gray.

13591-8-491-492-October 11, 1781: Third document. Major George Walls issued linen to George Rogers Clark.

13592-8-491-492-October 20, 1781: Bottom document. Faded. Names: John Crittenden.

13593-8-493-494-October 25, 1781: Top document. Fort Nelson issued powder and lead for company of light dragoons of Capt. Benjamin Fields. Names: George Rogers Clark.

13594-8-493-494-October 13, 1781: Second document. Tobacco issued to Capt. William Bruce. Names: Mr. Ballard, Lieut. Col. John Montgomery.

13595-8-493-494-August 9, 1781: Third document. David Moore issued powder, lead and flint to William Clark.

13596-8-493-494-October 9, 1781: Fourth document. Powder and lead issued to Abraham Chapline. Names: George Rogers Clark.

13597-8-495-499-October ?, 1781: Top document. Unable to read.

13598-8-495-499-October ?, 1781: Second document. Unable to read.

13599-8-495-499-October 13, 1781: Third document on left. Names: Lieut. Col. John Montgomery, Capt. John Dodge, Kaskaskia.

13600-8-495-499-October 20, 1781: Fourth document on right. Faded. Names: Capt. Robert George.

13601-8-500-October 30, 1781: Top document. Fort Jefferson issued powder and lead to Israel Dodge. Names: Capt. Robert George.

13602-8-500-October 16, 1781: Second document. Powder and lead issued to Capt. Robert George company.

13603-8-500-October 9, 1781: Third document. George Rogers Clark order to issue powder and lead to Isaac Browning.

13604-8-500-October 5, 1781: Fourth document. Powder and lead issued to Thomas Wole. Names: John Crittenden.

13605-8-501-502-October 6, 1781: Top document. Fort Nelson issued powder, lead and flints to Ensign Henry Daring. Names: George Rogers Clark.

13606-8-501-502-October 9, 1781: Second document. Fort Nelson issued powder and lead for company of Capt. John Kerney. Names: George Rogers Clark.

13607-8-501-502-October 19, 1781: Third document. John Dodge, agent for state of Virginia at Fort Jefferson issued indian corn for use of troops. Names: John Donne.

13608-8-503-506-October 4, 1781: Top document. Duplicate filming. Fort Jefferson issued powder and lead. Names: Capt. Robert George, Capt. Edward Worthington, James Bryan.

13609-8-503-506-March 5, 1781: Second document. Duplicate filming. Patt Kennedy certified he had received $1000 from Virginia. Names: Lieut. Col. John Montgomery, Israel Dodge.

13610-8-503-506-October 31, 1781: Third document. Ammunition issued for 1 officer and a soldier. Names: Capt. Robert George, John Williams.

BOX 637 FOLDER 133

VOUCHERS-OCTOBER 1781

FRAMES #507-599

133 documents filmed on 92 frames.

13611-8-508-509-October 8, 1781: Top document. Appraisement of a mare [horse], which was taken by savages [indians]. Names: James Quatesmous, Samuel Walls, Will South.

13612-8-508-509-October 15, 1781: Second document. George Rogers Clark order to issue thread to Ensign William Roberts.

13613-8-508-509-October 7, 1781: Third document. Sugar issued to sick wash woman. Names: Capt. Thomas Young, Joseph Crockett, J. Rogers.

13614-8-508-509-October 31, 1781: Fourth document. Fort Nelson issued a tent for use of 3 men of Capt. Richard Brashear company. Names: Lieut. Col. John Montgomery.

13615-8-510-511-October 6, 1781: Top document. Expenditure for boarding. Names: George Rogers Clark, James Finn, John Rogers, Jacob Pyeat.

13616-8-510-511-October 9, 1781: Second document. Major George Walls at Fort Nelson issued a pair of horse shoes and nails. Names: Capt. Benjamin Prather.

13617-8-510-511-October 16, 1781: Third document. Falls of Ohio issued 2 pounds of white sugar for use of Ensign Henry Daring. Names: George Rogers Clark.

13618-8- 512-515-October 30, 1781: Top document. Duplicate filming. Major George Walls issued sugar for use of sick of Capt. Karnies [Carney] company. Names: Surgeon Charles Greer, George Rogers Clark.

13619-8-512-515-October 3. 1781: Second document. Duplicate filming. White sugar issued to Joseph Crockett. Names: Major George Walls, unable to read 1 name.

13620-8-512-515-October ?, 1781: Third document. Duplicate filming. Fort Nelson issued sugar. Names: Lieut. Col. John Montgomery.

13621-8-516-517-October 1, 1781: Top document. White thread issued. Names: George Rogers Clark, Joseph Crockett, Joseph Gray.

13622-8-516-517-October 8, 1781: Second document on left. Incomplete. Reference to savages [indians], unable to read 1 name.

13623-8-516-517-October ?, 1781: Third document on right. Powder and lead issued. Names: Capt. Robert George.

13624-8-516- 517-October ?, 1781: Fourth document on left. Names: James Quartesmous.

13625-8-516-517-October ?, 1781: Fifth document on right. Incomplete. appraisement of property.

13626-8-516-517-October 6, 1781: Bottom document. Corn issued for use of the family of General [George Rogers Clark]. Names: Lieut. [Richard] Clark.

13627-8-518-519-November 7, 1781: Top document. George Rogers Clark order to Major George Walls to issue 3 pair of leggings, britch cloth and [knapsacks] to man going on express. Names: ? Pittman.

13628-8-518-519-November 7, 1781: Second document on left. George Rogers Clark order to Major George Walls to issue 2 blankets for men going on express. Names: ? Pittman.

13629-8-518-519-October 23, 1781: Third document on right. Reference to Fort Jefferson. Names: Moses Nelson, Capt. Edward Worthington, Lieut. Richard Clark, Capt. Robert George, John Dodge.

13630-8-518-519-July 10, 1781: Bottom document. Faded. Reference to Boones Station. Names: Reuben Searcy, Daniel Boone, William Hays, John Hays.

13631-8-520-521-October 10, 1781: Top document. State of Virginia paid 37,500 in Virginia currency for 25 barges with each valued at 1500 pounds currency. Names: Thomas Applegate, Mr. Johnston, Mr. Keller, Mr. Humble, Mr. Stuard, Mr. Brackman, Mr. Wilkinson, Patt Kennedy.

13632-8-520-521-July 11, 1781: Bottom document. Faded. Names: Emanuel Kelley, James Kelley.

13633-8-522-525-October 3, 1781: Top document. Duplicate filming. Faded. Reference to appraisement of beef belonging to Jacob Hunter. Unable to read 2 names.

13634-8-522-525-October ?, 1781: Second document. Duplicate filming. Faded. Names: George Rogers Clark.

13635-8-522-525-October 25, 1781: Third document on left. Duplicate filming. Faded. Names: Fort Nelson, John Baskenvill, George Rogers Clark.

13636-8-522-525-October 8, 1781: Fourth document on right. Duplicate filming. Major George Walls issued leather to Capt. Benjamin Prather.

13637 Frame 526-527-October 14, 1781: Top document. George Rogers Clark order to issue a tent for use of Capt. Edward Worthington at Fort Nelson.

13638-8-526-527-October ?, 1781: Second document. Unable to read.

13639-8-526-527-October 29, 1781: Third document. Lieut. Col. John Montgomery order to Fort Nelson to issue powder and lead.

13640-8-528-529-October 3, 1781: Top document. Joseph Crockett order to issue sugar to a sick soldier of Capt. Kerney [ Carney] company.

13641-8-528-529-October ?, 1781: Second document. Names: John James, David Moore.

13642-8-528-529-October 4, 1781: Third document. Martin Carney issued a cartridge box. Names: Robert Todd, Lieut. Col. John Montgomery.

13643-8-528-529-15, 1781: Fourth document. Powder and lead issued. Names; Martin Carney, Lieut. Col. John Montgomery, Col. Slaughter.

13644-8-530-531-October 3, 1781: Top document. Tobacco issued to men of Capt. John Karney [Carney] co.

13645-8-530-531-October 2, 1781: Second document. Rum issued for the family of General [George Rogers Clark,]. Names: John Crittenden.

13646-8-530-531-October 27, 1781: Third document. Rations issued for 30 men and 1 woman of Capt. [Benjamin] Roberts co. Names: Ensign William Roberts, Mr. Ballard.

13647-8-530-531-October 20, 1781: Fourth document. Mr. Ballard or Martin Carney issued powder to Joseph Crockett.

13648-8-532-533-October 22, 1781: Top document. Fort Nelson issued ration of flour. Names: Major George Walls, John Rogers, Jacob Pyeat.

13649-8-532-533-October 4, 1781: Second document. George Rogers Clark order to issue 2 shirts to Martin Carney.

13650-8-532-533-October 4, 1781: Third document. Rations issued for 13 men and 1 woman in Capt. Mark Thomas company.

13651-8-532-533-October 1, 1781: Fourth document. Fort Nelson issued powder and lead for 6 men of Capt. Richard Brashear company. Names: Lieut. Col. John Montgomery, Martin Carney.

13652-8-534-October 1, 1781: Top document. George Wilson at Falls of Ohio issued 13 bushels and 3 pecks of salt and 15 gallons of whiskey to James Moore.

13653-8-534-October 2, 1781: Second document. Names: Lieut. Col. John Montgomery, Martin Carney, John Williams.

13654-8-534-October 2, 1781: Third document. Martin Carney issued tobacco to Lieut. Col. John Montgomery.

13655-8-535-538-October 7, 1781: Top document. Duplicate filming. Falls of Ohio issued 3 yards of duck cloth to use to go to the government. Names: John Crittenden, Major George Walls.

13656-8-535-538-October ?, 1781: Second document. Duplicate filming. Faded. Names: Martin Carney, Capt. Benjamin Fields, Lieut. Col. John Montgomery.

13657-8-535-538-October 3, 1781: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Major George Walls issued 100 nails to George Wilson. Names: John Crittenden.

13658-8-539-542-October 5, 1781: Top document. Duplicate filming. George Rogers Clark order to Louisville to issue linen cloth to make a shirt for Lieut. Col. John Montgomery.

13659-8-539-542-October 12, 1781: Second document. Duplicate filming. Use of tent at Fort Nelson. Names: James Finn, Lieut. Col. John Montgomery.

13660-8-539-542-October 12, 1781: Third document. Duplicate filming. Fort Nelson issued paper to Sergeant Major Michael Miles. Names: George Rogers Clark, Lieut. Col. John Montgomery.

13661-8-543-544-October 3, 1781: Top document. Martin Carney issued lead for Lieut. Col. John Montgomery.

13662-8-543-544-October 5, 1781: Second document. Capt. John Rogers order to blacksmith to shoe his horse.

13663-8-543-544-October 6, 1781: Bottom document. George Rogers Clark order to issue 2 shirts for James Moore.

13664-8-545-546-October 26, 1781: Top document. Fort Nelson issued shirts to Capt. Benjamin Roberts. Names: Major George Walls, George Rogers Clark.

13665-8-545-546-October 4, 1781: Second document. George Rogers Clark order to Major George Walls to issue linen and thread to make shirts and leather to make 2 pairs of shoes.

13666-8-545-546-October 7, 1781: Third document. Fort Nelson issued beef for use of Capt. Benjamin Roberts co. Names: Ensign William Roberts.

13667-8-547-548-October 18, 1781: Top document. Fort Nelson issued powder. Names: Mr. Ballard, Lieut. Col. John Montgomery.

13668-8-547-548-October 28, 1781: Second document. George Rogers Clark order to issue an ax for use of Hugh McGavock.

13669-8-547-548-October 25, 1781: Third document. Names: Fort Nelson, Ensign William Roberts.

13670-8-549-550-October 25, 1781: Top document. George Rogers Clark order to issue 3 pounds of sugar for use of Capt. [William] Cherry. Names: Hugh McGavock.

13671-8-549-550-October 28, 1781: Second document. Sugar issued for sick soldiers. Names: Ensign Hugh McGavock, George Rogers Clark.

13672-8-549-550-October 23, 1781: Third document on left. Powder and lead issued for hunting. Names: Martin Carney, George Rogers Clark, Joseph Calvit.

13673-8-549-550-October 26, 1781: Fourth document on right. Mr. Ballard issued tobacco for use of 2 men of Capt. Mark Thomas company.

13674-8-551-552-October 15, 1781: Top document. Capt. John Baley order to Fort Patrick Henry to issue 15 day ration of beef and flour.

13675-8-551-552-October 17, 1781: Second document. Capt. John Baley order to Fort Patrick Henry to issue a day ration of flour for 33 men, 2 women and 2 children in his company.

13676-8-551-552-October 26, 1781: Third document. Joseph Calvit order to Martin Carney to issue powder, lead and flints for 13 men going hunting. Names: Sergeant Frank Nash.

13677-8-551-552-October 22, 1781: Bottom document. Powder and lead issued for Capt. John Baley co. Names: Martin Carney, Capt. Robert George.

13678-8-553-555-October 28, 1781: Top document. Duplicate filming. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Jefferson to furnish powder and lead to Joseph Anderson.

13679-8-553-555-October 28, 1781: Second document on left. Duplicate filming. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Jefferson to issue powder and lead to a man of Capt. John Baley co.

13680-8-553-555-October 28, 1781: Third document on right. Duplicate filming. Joseph Calvit order to issue 17 pounds of tobacco for 17 men in Capt. [William] Cherry co.

13681-8-553-555-October 27, 1781: Fourth document. Duplicate filming. Lieut. Col. John Montgomery order to Fort Jefferson to issue powder and lead to Capt. Abraham Kellar.

13682-8-553-555-October 10, 1781: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Faded. Powder. Names: Martin Carney, George Rogers Clark.

13683-8-556-557-October 26, 1781: Top document. Fort Nelson issued 34 shirts for Capt. [Benjamin] Roberts co. Names: Ensign William Roberts, Capt. Robert George.

13684-8-556-557-October 28, 1781: Second document. Pound of tobacco issued for each soldier of Capt. Mark Thomas co. Names: Sergeant Turner Oliver.

13685-8-556-557-October 20, 1781: Third document. Rations issued for 13 men and 1 woman of Capt. Mark Thomas co. Names: Lieut. John Burroughs?

13686-8-556-557-October 18, 1781: Bottom document. Fort Patrick Henry issued flour ration for 33 men, 2 women and 2 children of Capt. John Baley co.

13687-8-558-559-October 24, 1781: Top document. Fort Nelson issued rations for 15 men and 1 wash woman of Capt. Thomas Gump co.

13688-8-558-559-October 25, 1781: Second document. Tobacco issued to Joseph Calvit.

13689-8-558-559-October 26, 1781: Third document. Martin Carney issued a sword and belt to Patrick Marr for George Rogers Clark.

13690-8-558-559-October 26, 1781: Fourth document. White sugar issued to George Rogers Clark.

13691-8-560-561-October 18, 1781: Top document. Capt. John Baley order to Fort Jefferson to issue powder and lead for 2 men of his co.

13692-8-560-561-October 9, 1781: Second document. Names: Martin Carney, Joseph Calvit.

13693-8-560-561-October 13, 1781: Third document Fort Nelson at Falls of Ohio paid Leonard Helm for calf furnished for troops. Names: William Shannon.

13694-8-560-561-June 1, 1781: Fourth document on left. Rations for 3 men of Capt. [Richard] McCarty co. Names: Bowman.

13695-8-560-561-June 15, 1781: Fifth document on right. Rations issued for 16 men and 1 woman of Capt. [Mark] Thomas co. Names: Sergeant John Burroughs.

13696-8-562-563-October 15, 1781: Top document. Rations issued for 28 men and 1 woman of Capt. [Benjamin] Roberts co. Names: Ensign William Roberts.

13697-8-562-563-October 26, 1781: Second document. Bland Nelson at Fort Nelson issued 28 shirts for use of Capt. Mark Thomas co.

13698-8-562-563-October 22, 1781: Bottom document. Commonwealth of Virginia account with Thomas Carrol. Items and services listed: cartage of iron, corn, bending iron, ferriage. Names: Benjamin Fry, Patrick Ryley, Robert McCay, Peter Gelman, Thomas Hays, Richard Hall, William Harris.

13699-8-564-565-October 18, 1781: Top document. Payment for cartage of corn from mill to boat yard at mouth of George Creek. Names: John Evans, Philip Hallday?, Nich. Blake.

13700-8-564-565-October 25, 1781: Second document. Tobacco issued to Isaac Taylor. Names: James Berwick.

13701-8-564-565-October 9, 1781: Bottom document. Capt. John Baley order to issue rations for French interpreter at Fort Patrick Henry.

13702-8-566-567-October 28, 1781: Top document. Beef, flour and salt ration issued for 13 men and 1 woman of Capt. Mark Thomas at Fort Nelson.

13703-8-566-567-October 5, 1781: Second document. Major George Walls at Falls of Ohio issued 2 pounds of sugar and a 1/4 pound of tea for use of John Crittenden. Names: John Irwin.

13704-8-566-567-October 4, 1781: Third document. Major George Walls issued 10 pounds of sugar to John Crittenden for use of the family of General [George Rogers Clark].

13705-8-568-570-October 15, 1781: Top document. Duplicate filming. Major George Walls issued sugar to David Moore. Names: George Rogers Clark.

13706-8-568-570-October ?, 1781: Second document. Duplicate filming. Incomplete. Names: James Berwick.

13707-8-568-570-October 17, 1781: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Major George Walls issued sugar to Joseph Calvit.

13708-8-571-572-October 16, 1781: Top document. White sugar issued. Names: George Rogers Clark, John Kerney.

13709-8-571-572-October ?, 1781: Second document. Faded. Names: George Rogers Clark.

13710-8-571-572-September 5, 1781: Third document. Sugar issued. Names: Major George Walls, John Crittenden.

13711-8-573-574-October 28, 1781: Top document. Faded. Names: Fort Nelson, Capt. Mark Thomas.

13712-8-573-574-October ?, 1781: Second document. Faded. Names: George Rogers Clark.

13713-8-573-574-October 3, 1781: Third document. George Rogers Clark order to issue leather and thread to make a pair of shoes for Benjamin Prather.

13714-8-575-576-October 5, 1781: Top document. Major George Walls issued paper. Names: John Crittenden.

13715-8-575-576-October 10, 1781: Second document. Unable to read.

13716-8-575-576-October 24, 1781: Third document. George Rogers Clark order to issue powder to the indian interpreter.

13717-8-575-576-October ?, 1781: Bottom document. Faded. Names: George Rogers Clark.

13718-8-577-579-October 12, 1781: Top document. Duplicate filming. William Shannon of Illinois Department paid 900 pounds Virginia currency to Samuel Wells for 6 deer skins for use of Capt. Rogers [company] of Light Dragoons.

13719-8-577-579-October 7, 1781: Second document. Duplicate filming. Names: Major George Walls, John Crittenden

13720-8-577-579-October 17, 1781: Third document. Duplicate filming. Payment for 1400 pounds of beef furnished troops. Names: William Shannon, Patt Kennedy, James Hougland, Philip Long.

13721-8-580-581-October 29, 1781: Top document. Martin Carney issued powder and lead to Capt. Abraham Kellar.

13722-8-580-581-October ?, 1781: Second document. Payment of $400. Names: Thomas Gist, Samuel Johnston.

13723-8-580-581-October 4, 1781: Third document. Tobacco issued. Names: Capt. John Rogers, Martin Carney, Lieut. Col. John Montgomery.

13724-8-580-581-October 7, 1781: Bottom document. Rations issued for 27 men and 1 woman of Capt. Benjamin Prather co.

13725-8-582-585-October 25, 1781: Top document. Duplicate filming. Sugar issued. Names: Ensign Hugh McGavock.

13726-8-582-585-October 11, 1781: Second document. Duplicate filming. State of Virginia account with Daniel Sullivan. Items: Salt, steer, dry beef, fresh beef. Names: William Shannon.

13727-8-586-587-October ?, 1781: Top document. Capt. John Rogers paid William Goodwin for wages.

13728-8-586-587-October 3, 1781: Second document. Major George Walls issued a bottle of rum for family of General [George Rogers Clark]. Names: John Crittenden.

13729-8-586-587-October 6, 1781: Third document. George Rogers Clark order to Major George Walls at Falls of Ohio to issue a quire of paper and 2 blank books to Patrick Kennedy.

13730-8-588-591-October 24, 1781: Top document. Duplicate filming. George Rogers Clark order to issue sugar to Mr. Daring. Names: John Bredin

13731-8-588-591-October 18, 1781: Second document. Faded. Duplicate filming. Names: Capt. John Baley.

13732-8-588-591-October 7, 1781: Third document. Duplicate filming. Martin Carney at Fort Nelson issued tobacco. Names: Capt. John Williams, Lieut. Col. John Montgomery.

13733-8-588-591-October 20, 1781: Fourth document. Duplicate filming. Flour ration issued for 21 men and 4 savages [indians], who went on expedition from Fort Patrick Henry to obtain cargo, which had been discharged by Lieut. Perault at the mouth of the Wabash River.

13734-8-592-593-October 20, 1781: Top document. Capt. John Baley order to Fort Patrick Henry for rations.

13735-8-592-593-October 2, 1781: Second document. Faded. Unable to read.

13736-8-592-593-October 2, 1781: Third document. Lieut. Col. John Montgomery order to Martin Carney to issue lead for use of Major Williams.

13737-8-592-593-October 12, 1781: Fourth document. George Rogers Clark order to Major George Walls at Falls of Ohio to issue writing paper to Capt. [William] Shannon.

13738-8-594-595-October 1, 1781: Top document. General [George Rogers] Clark account with John Crittenden at Fort Nelson. Entries dated from September 5, 1781 to October 1, 1781 for cash for public horses and beef.

13739-8-594-595-October 12, 1781: Second document. Fort Nelson issued 2 hats, 2 pairs of breeches, a pair of shoes, 17 and 1/2 yards of white coarse cloth and thread. Names: Capt. Robert George, Capt. Thomas Quirk.

13740-8-594-595-October ?, 1781: Bottom document. Faded. Ration of lead.

13741-8-596-597-October 8, 1781: Top document. Major George Walls issued 10 yards of ducking [duck cloth] to hang around [Ensign] Hugh McGavock's bed until he fully recovered and than the ducking was to be returned. Names: George Rogers Clark, Joseph Crockett.

13742-8-596-597-October 4, 1781: Second document. County Lieut Floyd of Jefferson County certified Ash Emmerson had furnished Micajah Mayfield of Drury Bush with 2 soldiers in the Illinois Regiment with rations for 57 days.

13743-8-596-597-October ?, 1781: Bottom document. Faded. Unable to read.

13744-8-598-599-December 31, 1781: Top document. Incomplete. United States land warrant issued for major pay from June 20, 1781 to December 31, 1781. Reference to General [George Rogers] Clark and Mr. Blair.

13745-8-598-599-October 20, 1781: Bottom document. Falls of Ohio issued nails to make coffin for Mr. Moore. Names: John Baskenvill, Major George Walls.

BOX 637

FOLDER 134-VOUCHERS-OCTOBER 1781

FRAMES #600-687

121 documents filmed on 87 frames.

13746-8-601-602-October ?, 1781: Top document. Fort Nelson at Falls of Ohio issued salt for use of George Rogers Clark troops. Names: James Berwick, Capt. William Cherry, George Wilson.

13747-8-601-602-October 9, 1781: Second document. Faded. Falls of Ohio. Unable to read names.

13748-8-601-602-October 12, 1781: Third document. Falls of Ohio issued flour, beef and salt. Names: George Wilson, Blan Ballard.

13749-8-603-604-October 4, 1781: Top document. George Rogers Clark order to Major George Walls to issue 4 white shirts to Capt. Leonard Helm.

13750-8-603-604-October 25, 1781: Second document. John Crittenden order to Major George Walls to issue a book, tent, hat and 2 belts to friendly indians.

13751-8-603-604-October 16, 1781: Third document. Names: George Rogers Clark, Capt. [John] Rogers, Lieut. ? Merriweather, Major George Walls.

13752-8-605-606-October 6, 1781: Top document. Lieut. Col. John Montgomery order to Martin Carney to issue tobacco to Patt Kennedy.

13753-8-605-606-October 6, 1781: Second document. Fort Nelson issued tobacco for use of Capt. Benjamin Roberts. Names: Lieut. Col. John Montgomery, Martin Carney.

13754-8-605-606-October 6, 1781: Third document. Lieut. Col. John Montgomery order to Mr. Ballard to issue powder to Major Williams.

13755-8-605-606-October 6, 1781: Fourth document. Lieut. Col. John Montgomery order to issue powder.

13756-8-605-606-October 6, 1781: Bottom document. Faded. Names: Ensign Hugh McGavock, George Rogers Clark, Major George Walls.

13757-8-607-608-October 4, 1781: Top document. Major [George] Walls at Falls of Ohio issued 4 pounds of sugar to John Crittenden to give to Col. William Pope.

13758-8-607-608-October 3, 1781: Second document. Major George Walls issued 3 white shirts for use of John Crittenden.

13759-8-607-608-October 11, 1781: Third document. Three pounds of sugar issued for sick of Capt.

13759-8-607-608-October 11, 1781-Continued: [William] Cherry co. Names: George Rogers Clark, Isaac Browning, Surgeon Charles Greer.

13760 Frame 609-610-October 3, 1781: Top document. Fort Nelson issued 2 pounds of tobacco for 2 men of Capt. [William] Cherry co. Names: Joseph Crockett, Martin Carney.

13761-8-609-610-October 5, 1781: Second document. Faded. Names: Major George Walls, Falls of Ohio, George Rogers Clark.

13762-8-609-610-October 8, 1781: Bottom document. Falls of Ohio issued a pound of chocolate for 5 pounds of sugar for use of Ensign Henry Daring. Names: George Rogers Clark, Major George Walls.

13763-8-611-612-October 9, 1781: Top document Capt. John Baley order to Fort Patrick Henry to issue powder for John Herman?, who was going to the mouth of the Wabash River.

13764-8-611-612-October 12, 1781: Second document. Capt. John Baley order to Fort Patrick Henry to issue powder for use of hunters for a sick family.

13765-8-611-612-October 9, 1781: Third document. George Wilson issued several bushels of salt for use of George Rogers Clark troops. Names: James Berwick, Capt. William Cherry.

13766 Frame 611-612-October 4, 1781: Fourth document. Major George Walls at Falls of Ohio issued 2 white shirts for use of John Donne.

13767-8-613-614-October 5, 1781: Top document. Major George Walls at Falls of Ohio issued 4 half tents for use of repacking flour in the store house. Names: John Finn.

13768-8-613-614-October 23, 1781: Second document. Capt. John Baley order at Fort Patrick Henry for powder.

13769-8-613-614-October 5, 1781: Third document. A quire of witting paper and a camp kettle issued to George Slaughter. Names: John Crittenden, Major George Walls.

13770-8-613-614-October 8, 1781: Bottom document. Faded. Names: Lieut. Col. John Montgomery.

13771-8-615-616-October 4, 1781: Top document. Major George Wilson at Louisville issued a quire of writing paper for use of the artillery. Names: Capt. ? Craig.

13772-8-615-616-October 11, 1781: Second document. Lieut. Richard Clark order for a water bucket.

13773-8-615-616-October 11, 1781: Bottom document. Fort Nelson issued a drawing knife to Lieut. James Merriweather.

13774-8-617-618-October 5, 1781: Top document. List of shirts issued companies of Capt. [Robert] George, Capt. [Edward] Worthington, Capt. [Richard] Brashear, and Capt. [Isaac] Taylor of the Illinois Battalion commanded by Lieut. Col. John Montgomery at Fort Nelson. Total of 110 shirts were issued. Names: George Rogers Clark.

13775-8-617-618-October 16, 1781: Second document on left. Major George Walls issued writing paper to John Finn at Falls of Ohio.

13776-8-617-618-October 9, 1781: Third document on right. Tobacco issued.

13777-8-617-618-October 15, 1781: Bottom document.-8-617 concerns George Rogers Clark order to issue paper for use of Joseph Calvit.-8-618 appears to be an incomplete report for October of the main guard. Names: David Kennedy, ? Dicking, ? Montgomery, [Capt. Robert] George, and inhabitant.

13778-8-619-621-October 9, 1781: Top document. Duplicate filming. Major George Walls issued a bottle of wine to George Rogers Clark.

13779-8-619-621-October 11, 1781: Second document. Duplicate filming. Incomplete and faded. Linen for shirts. Names: George Rogers Clark, unable to read 1 name.

13780-8-619-621-October 10, 1781: Third document. Duplicate filming. Sugar issued for sick men at Fort Nelson. Names: Isaac Browning, Surgeon Charles Greer, George Rogers Clark.

13781-8-622-623-October 8, 1781: Top document. George Rogers Clark order to Major George Walls at Fort Nelson to issue 2 shirts for use of Patt Kennedy.

13782-8-622-623-October 30, 1781: Second document. Capt. John Baley order to Fort Patrick Henry to issue lead to Anthony Lunn to hunt for his sick family.

13783-8-622-623-October ?, 1781: Third document. Faded. Flour ration issued for 55 men and 2 women. Unable to read names.

13784-8-624-625-October 8, 1781: Top document. Expenditures for beef for Jacob Haymaker boat yard.

13785-8-624-625-October 17, 1781: Second document. Faded. Names: Capt. Mark Thomas.

13786-8-624-625-October 10, 1781: Bottom document. Sugar issued for Capt. Karney co. Names: George Rogers Clark, Peter Moore.

13787-8-626-627-October 12, 1781: Top document. George Rogers Clark order at Fort Nelson to issue 12 cartridge boxes. Names: Martin Carney.

13788-8-626-627-October 6, 1781: Second document. George Rogers Clark order at Fort Nelson to Major George Walls to issue 3 barges to Capt. [John] Rogers for transportation.

13789-8-626-627-October 6, 1781: Third document. George Rogers Clark order at Ohio River to deliver ammunition to an interpreter. Names: David Owens.

13790-8-626-627-October 11, 1781: Bottom document. Faded. Tobacco. Names: Lieut. Col. John Montgomery, Martin Carney.

13791-8-628-629-October 11, 1781: Top document. Fort Nelson issued sugar and chocolate for a sick man in Capt. [Benjamin] Roberts co. Names: Ensign William Roberts, Surgeon Charles Greer, George Rogers Clark.

13792-8-628-629-October 10, 1781: Second document. George Rogers Clark order to Major George Walls to issue linen for 2 shirts for Capt. James Loyd.

13793-8-628-629-October 27, 1781: Bottom document. George Rogers Clark order to issue sugar for a sick man in Capt. [William] Cherry co. Names: Major George Walls, Surgeon Charles Greer.

13794-8-630-631-October 13, 1781: Top document. Capt. John Baley order to Fort Patrick Henry to issue flour and salt ration for 33 men, 2 women, and 2 children.

13795-8-630-631-October 15, 1781: Second document. Valentine Thomas Dalton received 30 pounds of salt in exchange for tobacco for the Indian Council.

13796-8-630-631-October ?, 1781: Third document. Faded. Salt. Unable to read names.

13797-8-630-631-October 10, 1781: Fourth document. Capt. John Baley order to Fort Patrick Henry to issue ration of flour and salt for 17 men and 2 women.

13798-8-630-631-October 3, 1781: Bottom document. Capt. John Baley order to Fort Patrick Henry to issue 3 day ration of indian meal for 54 men, 2 women and 2 children.

13799-8-632-633-October 10, 1781: Top document.-8-632 is incomplete and does not relate to-8-633. Capt. John Baley order to Fort Patrick Henry to issue 3 day ration of flour and salt for 21 men of his company going to the mouth of the Wabash River.

13800-8-632-633-October 19, 1781: Second document. Capt. John Baley order to Fort Patrick Henry to issue rations.

13801-8-632-633-October 5, 1781: Third document. Capt. John Baley order to Fort Patrick Henry to issue rations for 6 men, 2 women and 2 children of his company and for 11 men of Lieut. Gerault company.

13802-8-634-635-October 7, 1781: Top document. Capt. John Baley order to Fort Patrick Henry to issue rations for 26 men, 2 women and 2 children of his company and for 11 men of Lieut. Gerault company.

13803-8-634-635-October 27, 1781: Second document. George Rogers Clark order to issue 25 nails. Names: Patt Moss?

13804-8-634-635-August 7, 1781: Bottom document. Powder, lead and flints issued to Capt. Evans, Capt. Whaley, Capt. Bruce, Capt. Jackson. Unable to read 5 names.

13805-8-636-637-August 12, 1781: Top document. Names: George Rogers Clark, John Baskenville, David Moore.

13806-8-636-637-October 6, 1781: Second document. George Rogers Clark order to issue a pound of chocolate and 2 pounds of sugar. Names: Ensign Charles Green.

13807-8-636-637-October 6, 1781: Third document. Martin Carney issued tobacco for the family of General [George Rogers Clark]. Names: John Crittenden.

13808-8-638-639-October 2, 1781: Top document. Major George Walls issued paper for use of General [George Rogers Clark]. Names: John Crittenden.

13809-8-638-639-October 22, 1781: Second document. Lieut. Col. John Montgomery order to Mr. Ballard to issue powder for use of Major Williams.

13810-8-638-639-October 6, 1781: Third document. Lieut. Col. John Montgomery order to Martin Carney to issue powder for 3 men of his company.

13811-8-640-641-October 5, 1781: Top document. Major George Walls at Falls of Ohio issued a receipt book for use of Major George Slaughter.

13812-8-640-641-October 2, 1781: Second document. John Crittenden order to issue a quire of paper for use of Capt. Rogers.

13813 Frame 642-643-October 19, 1781: Top left document. Capt. Thomas Young order to Falls of Ohio to issue 60 nails to make a coffin for a woman.

13814-8-642-643-October 11, 1781: Top right document. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Jefferson to issue powder for his company.-8-642 is incomplete. Names: [Valentine Thomas] Dalton.

13815-8-642-643-October 11, 1781: Third document. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Jefferson to issue powder.

13816-8-642-643-October 7, 1781: Bottom left document. Powder issued. Names: Capt. Robert George, Ensign Slaughter.

13817-8-642-643-October 4, 1781: Bottom right document. Fort Jefferson issued powder and lead for use of Capt. Robert George co.

13818-8-644-645-October 13, 1781: Top document. Powder and lead issued for Capt. Robert George co.

13819-8-644-645-October 13, 1781: Second document. Major George Walls issued 6 and 1/2 yards of white linen to make a flag for artillery company of Capt. Craig. Names: George Rogers Clark.

13820-8-644-645-February 24, 1783: Third document. Jefferson County Lieut. Loyd certified horses, guns, saddles and other articles were lost in service of the county in a defeat on September 14, 1781. The service was for defense of the inhabitants. Names: Benjamin McClelland, Nathaniel Randolph, Robert Eaken, Thomas Pyburn, unable to read 1 name.

13821-8-646-647-August 7, 1781: Top document. McMachen Island issued arms, cartridge boxes and flints for use of Col. Zackwill Morgan regiment including Capt. Farrell, Capt. Bruce, Capt. Catt, Capt. Evans, and Capt. Whaley, George Rogers Clark, Hezikiah Davenport?, David Moore.

13822-8-646-647-August 7, 1781: Bottom document. Faded. Camp Ohio. Names: Capt. Bruce, Capt. Steward. Unable to read 5 names.

13823-8-648-649-October 31, 1781: Top document. Capt. Mark Thomas order for rations for 26 men and 1 woman of Capt. [Benjamin] Roberts co. Names: Mr. Ballard, Sergeant John Young.

13824-8-648-649-October 14, 1781: Second document. George Rogers Clark order to issue sugar for use of Capt. John Karney.

13825-8-648-649-October 15, 1781: Third document. Major George Walls issue a small barge, 2 oars,

13825-8-648-649-October 15, 1781-Continued: and a steering oar for trip to Fort Pitt. Names: Unable to read name.

13826-8-650-651-October 13, 1781: Top document. George Rogers Clark order to Fort Nelson to issue a tent for use of Capt. Rogers Troop of Light Dragoons. Names: Major George Walls, Lieut. James Merriweather.

13827-8-650-651-October 13, 1781: Second document. Faded. Names: Fort Nelson.

13828-8-650-651-October 18, 1781: Bottom document. Faded. Names: George Rogers Clark, Fort Nelson, Capt. Richard Brashear.

13829-8-652-654-October 13,1781: Top document. Duplicate filming. George Rogers Clark order to Fort Nelson for Major George Walls to issue 4 camp kettles for use of Capt. Rogers Troops of Light Dragoons. Names: Lieut. James Merriweather.

13830-8-652-654-October 12, 1781: Second document. Duplicate filming. George Rogers Clark order to Major George Walls to issue an orderly book to Capt. Isaac Taylor.

13831-8-652-654-October 12, 1781: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. George Wilson at Falls of Ohio issued 16 bushels of salt for use of troops commanded by Col. George Slaughter. Names: Bland Ballard.

13832-8-655-656-October 11, 1781: Top document. George Rogers Clark order to Fort Nelson to issue a barge for use of small party of volunteers.

13833-8-655-656-October 8, 1781: Second document. Major George Walls issued 2 white shirts to James Finn.

13834-8-655-656-October 12, 1781: Third document. Fort Nelson paid David Hart for 100 pounds of flour for use of the troops. Names: James Berwick, William Shannon.

13835-8-657-659-October 12, 1781: Top document. Duplicate filming. Hauling of salt from Bullett Lick. Names: George Wilson, James Berwick, Capt. William Shannon.

13836-8-657-659-October 8, 1781: Second document. Duplicate filming. Capt. Robert Todd issued 35 day ration while with Col. George Slaughter.

13837-8-657-659-October 18, 1781: Third document. Duplicate filming. George Rogers Clark order to Major George Walls to issue a pound of chocolate and 2 pounds of sugar.

13838-8-660-661-October 11, 1781: Top document. George Rogers Clark order to Louisville to issue sugar and chocolate. Names: Major George Walls.

13839-8-660-661-October 17, 1781: Second document. George Rogers Clark order to Fort Nelson to Major George Walls to issue an orderly book to Lieut. Col. John Montgomery.

13840-8-660-661-October 11, 1781: Bottom document. Names: George Rogers Clark. Reference to a tent.

13841-8-662-663-October 5, 1781: Top document. Falls of Ohio issued chocolate and sugar. Names: John Crittenden, Ensign Henry Daring, George Birk, Major George Walls..

13842-8-662-663-October 5, 1781: Second document. Chocolate and sugar issued for use of Capt. Karney and Lieut. Boowine. Names: Surgeon Charles Greer, George Rogers Clark, Major George Walls.

13843-8-662-663-October 8, 1781: Bottom document. Fort Nelson issued rations for 19 men and 1 wash woman of Capt. [Mark] Thomas company. Unable to read a name.

13844-8-664-665-October 10, 1781: Top document. Major George Walls at Fort Nelson issued a pair of horse shoes and nails to use of Capt. Benjamin Prather.

13845-8-664-665-October 6, 1781: Second document. George Rogers Clark order to issue a pair of horse shoes and nails for use of Capt. Robert Todd.

13846-8-664-665-October ?, 1781: Third document on left. Faded. Unable to read.

13847-8-664-665-October ?, 1781: Fourth document on right. Faded. Unable to read.

13848-8-664-665-October 10, 1781: Bottom document. Capt. John Baley order to Fort Patrick Henry to issue powder,lead, and flint for use of his company for men going to the mouth of the Wabash River.

13849-8-666-677-October 11, 1781: Top document. Capt. John Baley order to Fort Patrick Henry to issue powder and lead for his company.

13850-8-666-667-October 3, 1781: Second document. George Rogers Clark order to Fort Nelson to issue a quire of paper for use of Capt. Richard Brashear.

13851-8-666-667-October 8, 1781: Third document. Sugar issued to George Rogers Clark. Names: Lewis Mayfield.

13852-8-666-667-October 5, 1781: Fourth document. Fort Nelson issued 4 white shirts for a soldier of Capt. [Richard] McCarty company. Names: George Rogers Clark, ? Gerault, Lieut. Col. John Montgomery.

13853-8-668-670-October 11, 1781: Top document. Duplicate filming. Falls of Ohio issued Paper to Capt. Robert George. Names: George Rogers Clark, George Walls.

13854-8-668-670-October 7, 1781: Second document. Duplicate filming. George Rogers Clark order to Major George Walls at Fort Nelson to issue 2 shirts for us of Mr. Dodge's Deputy Agent.

13855-8-668-670-October 8, 1781: Third document. Duplicate filming. George Rogers Clark order to Major George Walls at Fort Nelson to issue enough cloth to make a short jacket for use of Lieut. Col. John Montgomery.

13856-8-671-672-October 18, 1781: Top document. Capt. John Baley order to Fort Patrick Henry to issue powder for Piankishaw Indians.

13857-8-671-672-October 10, 1781: Second document. Account of Capt. James Sullivan. Items: corn, wagonage, beef, buffalo.

13858-8-673-675-October 5, 1781: Top document. Duplicate filming. George Rogers Clark order to Major George Walls to issue shirts to Major George Slaughter Corps of Officers present at Fort Nelson. Names: Capt. Benjamin Roberts, Ensign William Roberts, Capt. Mark Thomas.

13859-8-673-675-October 5, 1781: Second document. Duplicate filming. Major George Walls issue Blan Ballard with a shirt and white cloth.

13860-8-673-675-October 11, 1781: Third document. George Rogers Clark order to Major George Walls at Fort Nelson to issue a tent to Capt. Rogers troops. Names: Lieut. James Merriweather.

13861-8-673-675-October 17, 1781: Fourth document. Duplicate filming. Faded. Names: George Rogers Clark, Lieut. Col. John Montgomery.

13862-8-676-679-October 6, 1781: Top document. Duplicate filming. Major George Walls at Louisville issued 120 nails to repair a boat. Names: Capt. Craig.

13863-8-676-679-October 9, 1781: Second document on left. Duplicate filming. Major George Walls issued chocolate and sugar for sick of Capt. Young's company. Names: John Baskenvill.

13864-8-676-679-October 9, 1781: Third document on right. Duplicate filming. Falls of Ohio issued tobacco for 8 men. Names: Joseph Calvit, Ensign Henry Daring, Mr. Ballard.

13865-8-676-679-October 9, 1781: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Fort Nelson issued 8 pounds of tobacco for men of Rice Bullock company. Names: : Mr. Ballard, Joseph Calvit.

13866-8-680-681-October ?, 1781: Top document. Duck cloth issued. Names: John Crittenden.

13867-8-680-681-October 10, 1781: Bottom document. Work done at public smith [Blacksmith] for public horses. Items: 194 nails, unable to read other items.

13868-8-682-683-October 25, 1781: Top document. Major George Walls issued duck cloth to repair John Crittenden's portmanteau.

13869-8-682-683-October ?, 1781: Second document. Order to the blacksmith.

13870-8-684-685-October 6, 1781: Top document. Names: Martin Carney, Lieut. Col. John Montgomery.

13871-8-684-685-October 6, 1781: Second document. Lieut. Col. John Montgomery order to Martin Carney to issue lead to Major Williams.

13872-8-684-685-October 6, 1781: Third document on left. Capt. Benjamin Roberts order for ration for 32 men and 1 woman in his company.

13873-8-684-685-October 5, 1781: Fourth document on right. Rations issued for 16 men and a woman of Capt. Mark Thomas co.

13874-8-684-685-October 11, 1781: Bottom left document. George Rogers Clark order to issue 2 camp kettles and a half faced tent to volunteers.

13875-8-684-685-October 7, 1781: Bottom right document. Fort Patrick Henry issued gunners with cartridges.

13876-8-686-687-October 4, 1781: George Rogers Clark and Lieut. Col. John Montgomery order to issue white shirts at Louisville for the officers of the Illinois Battalion including the artillery company of Capt. Robert George. Names: Captains: Robert George, Robert Todd, Isaac Taylor, Edward Worthington, and Richard Brashear; Lieutenants: J. Gerault, Joseph Calvit, James Montgomery, Richard Clark and Ensign Jarret Williams.

BOX 638 FOLDER 135

LETTERS-NOVEMBER 1781

FRAMES #688-695

2 documents filmed on 8 frames.

13877-8-689-694-November 15, 1781: Duplicate filming. Letter of George Rogers Clark to Capt. Madison, who was instructed to deliver 25 horses to Major [George] Walls.

13878-8-695-November 24, 1781: Letter from William Flemming to Governor Nelson. Filed and printed elsewhere.

BOX 638

FOLDER 136-ACCOUNTS-NOVEMBER 1781

FRAMES #696-716

8 documents filmed on 20 frames.

13879-8-697-699-November 1783 Account of military stores received at Falls of Ohio or Fort Nelson in November 1783. Reference to sundry accounts also at Fort Jefferson and cavalry. Items: swords, bridle bits, holsters, horse bells,[ammunition], pistols. Names: Capt. Isaac Craig,

13879-8-697-699-November 1783-Continued: Zephaniah Blackford, Capt. John Dodge, Bland Ballard, Capt. John Rogers. First dated entry September 12, 1780.

13880-8-700-703-November 3, 1781: Duplicate filming. Accounting for items and services purchased. Ferriage, pork, beef, sugar, deer skins, sheep, horse, hay, forage.

13881-8-704-705-November 7, 1781: Ration of ammunition and equipment for Illinois Battalion at Fort Nelson. Items: Bayonets, belts, cartridges, machetes. Names: Capt. [Isaac] Taylor, Capt. [Richard] Brashear.

13882-8-706-707-November 23, 1781: Brigadier General George Rogers Clark account with John Waller. Whiskey furnished Capt. Craig's detachment and for William Pope.

13883-8-708-709-November ?, 1781: Faded. Account. Names: George Rogers Clark, Ensign Hugh McGavock.

13884-8-710-711-November ?, 1781: Abstract from Col. George Slaughter vouchers. First entry March 12, 1780. Items and services: forage, ferriage, whiskey, beef, provisions, boat building, breakfast, horse shoeing, veal, iron and for meals. Names: Capt. Benjamin Roberts.

13885-8-712-713-November 17, 1781: Reference to beef. Names: James May?, John Craig, Joe Earl, Joseph Lindsay, John Todd.

13886-8-714-715-November ?, 1781: Faded. Unable to read.

13887 Frame 716-November 4, 1781: Incomplete. Faded. Reference to painting muskets. Names: Zephaniah Blackford, Valentine Thomas Dalton.

BOX 638

FOLDER 137-VOUCHERS-NOVEMBER 1781

FRAMES #717-812

149 documents filmed on 95 frames.

13888-8-718-719-November 8. 1781: Top document. George Rogers Clark order to Fort Nelson to issue powder to Capt. James Patton militia.

13889-8-718-719-October 29, 1781: Second document. George Rogers Clark order to issue powder.

13890-8-718-719-November ?, 1781: Third document. Faded. Flour and salt issued. Unable to read names.

13891-8-718-719-November 2, 1781: Bottom document. George Rogers Clark order to Falls of Ohio to issue powder. Names: Ensign William Roberts.

13892-8-720-721-November 7, 1781: Top document. George Rogers Clark order to deliver a bayonet to a soldier. Names: Martin Carney, Capt. Isaac Taylor.

13893-8-720-721-November 3, 1781: Second document. George Rogers Clark order to Fort Nelson to issue powder and lead to 12 men going hunting. Names: Joseph Calvit, Martin Carney.

13894-8-720-721-October 20, 1781: Third document. George Rogers Clark order to issue paper. Names: ? Mark.

13895-8-722-724-November 13, 1781: Top document. Duplicate filming. George Rogers Clark order to powder and lead. Names: Andrew Heath. Unable to read a name.

13896-8-722-724-November 19, 1781: Second document. Duplicate filming. George Rogers Clark order to issue powder and lead. Names: Martin Carney.

13897-8-722-724-November 7, 1781: Third document. Duplicate filming. George Rogers Clark order to issue shoes or a pair of moccasins to George Slaughter for an express.

13898-8-722-724-November 8, 1781: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Faded. Names: George Rogers, Daniel Wirthman?

13899-8-725-726-November 3, 1781: Top document. George Rogers Clark order to Fort Nelson to issue powder and lead for use of Capt. John Dodge.

13900-8-725-726-November ?, 1781: Second document. Names: Daniel Kiger?, John Williams, George Rogers Clark.

13901-8-725-726-November 9, 1781: Third document. George Rogers Clark order to issue powder and lead for use of Col. [Zackwill] Morgan volunteers.

13902-8-725-726-November 15, 1781: Bottom document. George Rogers Clark order to issue leggings for a soldier. Names: Patt Kennedy.

13903-8-727-728-November 3, 1781: Top document. George Rogers Clark order to issue 50 nails. Names: Ensign Hugh McGavock, Valentine Redin?

13904-8-727-728-November 22, 1781: Second document. George Rogers Clark order to issue a knapsack. Names: Ensign Samuel Green.

13905-8-727-728-November 29, 1781: Bottom document. George Rogers Clark order to issue orderly book for us of Capt. Thomas Quirk. Unable to read a name.

13906-8-729-730-November 5, 1781: Top left document. Names: Washington Court House, George Slaughter, unable to read a name.

13907-8-729-730-November 17, 1781: Top right document. George Rogers Clark order to issue paper. Document 13908-8-729-730-November 18, 1781: Third document. Faded. Unable to read.

13909-8-729-730-November 25, 1781: Bottom document. George Rogers Clark order to issue powder and lead to Rich Wade.

13910-8-731-732-November 2, 1781: Top document. Joseph Calvit order to Fort Nelson to issue tobacco. Names: Mr. Ballard.

13911-8-731-732-November 6, 1781: Second document. Receipt for salt. Names: John Donne.

13912-8-731-732-November 27, 1781: Third document. Names: Lieut. Richard Clark, Wilbur Walker, George Slaughter.

13913-8-733-736-November 1, 1781: Top document. Duplicate filming. Names: Martin Carney, Charles Albright?, Surgeon Charles Greer, George Rogers Clark.

13914-8-733-736-November?, 1781: Second document. Duplicate filming. Names: Capt. Richard Brashear.

13915-8-733-736-November 13, 1781: Third document. Duplicate filming. Tobacco issued. Bland Ballard, Capt. William Cherry.

13916-8-733-736-November 19, 1781: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Capt. John Baley order to Ohio River to issue sugar for the sick.

13917-8-737-739-November 1, 1781: Top document. Duplicate filming. Forage issued for horse of Col. Joseph Crockett. Names: Ensign Hugh McGavock.

13918-8-737-739-November 19, 1781: Second document. Duplicate filming. George Rogers Clark order to issue butter for use of Lieut. Col. John Montgomery.

13919-8-737-739-November 11, 1781: Third document on left. Duplicate filming. Capt. John Baley at Wabash [River] order to issue flints for use of his company marching to the Falls of Ohio.

13920-8-737-739-November 11, 1781: Fourth document on right. Duplicate filming. Capt. John Baley order to issue powder. Names: Zephaniah Blackford.

13921-8-740-743-November 4, 1781: Top left document. Duplicate filming. Capt. John Baley order to Fort Patrick Henry to issue rations for 20 men.

13922-8-740-743-November 2, 1781: Top right document. Duplicate filming. Capt. Robert George order to Martin Carney at Fort Jefferson to issue 80 pounds of powder and lead to Kaskaskia Indians in exchange for 123 pounds of venison. Names: James Sherlock, Batest.

13923-8-740-743-November 8, 1781: Third document. Duplicate filming. Faded. Names; George Rogers Clark, Fort Nelson.

13924-8-740-743-November 11, 1781: Fourth document. Duplicate filming. Names: Valentine Thomas Dalton, Fort Patrick Henry.

13925-8-740-743-November 20, 1781: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Names: Robert Montgomery, George Slaughter, Falls of Ohio.

13926-8-744-747-November 5, 1781: Top left document. Duplicate filming. Martin Carney at Fort Jefferson issued powder and lead. Capt. Robert George.

13927-8-744-747-October 15, 1781: Top right document. Duplicate filming. George Rogers Clark order to Martin Carney to issue cartridges to Lieut. Richard Clark.

13928-8-744-747-November 21, 1781: Third document on left. Duplicate filming. Capt. Robert George order to Martin Carney at Fort Jefferson to issue powder and lead.

13929-8-744-747-November 12, 1781: Fourth document on right. Duplicate filming. Capt. Robert George order for ammunition. Names: Leonard Helm.

13930-8-744-747-November 25, 1781: Fifth document on left. Duplicate filming. Fort Jefferson issued grey cloth. Names: Israel Dodge, Capt. Robert George, John Donne.

Document 13931-8-744-747-November 22, 1781: Sixth document on right. Duplicate filming. Capt. Robert George order for powder for hunters.

13932-8-744-747-November 23, 1781: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Fort Jefferson issued cloth for George Rogers Clark negro Mars. Names: Lieut. Richard Clark.

13933-8-748-749-November ?, 1781: Top document. Capt. Robert George order for ammunition.

13934-8-748-749-November 28, 1781: Second document on left. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Jefferson for sugar for the Thomas Less? family.

13935-8-748-749-November 9, 1781: Third document on right. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Jefferson to issue powder and lead for a hunters of Capt. [Abraham] Kellar.

13936-8-748-749-November 4, 1781: Fourth document. Fort Patrick Henry issued powder and lead for use of the indians in council. Names: Valentine Thomas Dalton.

13937-8-750-751-November 2, 1781: Top document. Duplicate filming. Rice Bullock order to blacksmith to make 50 nails for a coffin

13938-8-750-751-November 8, 1781: Second document on left. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Jefferson to issue powder and lead to John McGarr.

13939-8-750-751-November ?, 1781: Third document on right. Expenditure for beef at Fort Jefferson.

13940-8-750-751-November 9, 1781: Fourth document. Faded. Names: Martin Carney, Bland Ballard, George Rogers Clark.

13941-8-752-753-November 23, 1781: Top left document. Powder issued to George Rogers Clark.

13942-8-752-753-November 7, 1781: Top right document. George Rogers Clark order to Fort Nelson to issue powder and lead for men going on express.

13943-8-752-753-November 9, 1781: Third document on left. Capt. John Rogers order to Capt. John Dodge at Kaskaskia to load a boat with provisions to take to troops at Fort Jefferson.

13944-8-752-753-November 4, 1781: Fourth document on right. George Rogers Clark at Fort Patrick Henry certified Madam Marria served as an interpreter for the Tanaway Indian tribe from June 18, 1781 to November 4, 1781

13945-8-752-753-November 5, 1781: Fifth document. Capt. Robert George order for rations for 24 men and a woman in his company.

13946-8-752-753-November 5, 1781: Bottom document. Capt. Mark Thomas order at Falls of Ohio for rations for 20 men and 1 women of his company.

13947-8-754-755-November 9, 1781: Top document. Fort Nelson issued rations for 13 men and 1 wash woman in Capt. Mark Thomas co. Names: Sergeant Benjamin Heath?

13948-8-754-755-November 9, 1781: Second document. George Rogers Clark order to issue a gun for a man of Capt. Richard Brashear co.

13949-8-754-755-November 2, 1781: Third document. George Slaughter paid $600 to Charles Locke for express.

13950-8-754-755-November 4, 1781: Bottom left document. Fort Nelson issued 50 nails to make a coffin for a man of Capt. [William] Cherry co. Names: Ensign Hugh McGavock, George Rogers Clark, John Baskenvill.

13951-8-754-755-November ?, 1781: Bottom right document. Faded. George Rogers Clark order. Names: William Elms.

13952-8-756-757-November 20, 1781: Top document. George Rogers Clark order to issue leather to Joseph Calvit. Names: John George?

13953-8-756-757-November 25, 1781: Second document. George Rogers Clark order to issue 2 dozen nails to repair his quarters. Names: Andrew Mark.

13954-8-756-757-November 4, 1781: Bottom document. George Rogers Clark order to Fort Nelson to issue . . . (continued)

13954-8-756-757-November 4, 1781-Continued: a half tent for use of Capt. Richard Brashear co. Names: William Elms.

13955-8-758-761-November 7, 1781: Top document. Duplicate filming. Falls of Ohio issued thread for use of George Rogers Clark.

13956-8-758-761-November 23, 1781: Second document. Duplicate filming. Faded. George Rogers Clark order to Fort Nelson. Names: Martin Carney.

13957-8-758-761-November 16, 1781: Third document. Duplicate filming. Powder and lead issued. Names: George Rogers Clark, William Clark, Martin Carney, James Davison.

13958-8-762-764-November 12, 1781: Top document. Duplicate filming. Fort Nelson issued powder and lead. Names: James Finn.

13959-8-762-764-November 4, 1781: Second document. Duplicate filming. George Rogers Clark order to Major George Walls to issue paper to Peter Moore.

13960-8-762-764-November 8, 1781: Bottom left document. Duplicate filming. George Rogers Clark order to Major George Walls to issue 2 dozen nails. Names: Patt Mars.

13961-8-762-764-November 9, 1781: Bottom right document. Duplicate filming. George Rogers Clark

13961-8-762-764-November 9, 1781-Continued: order to Martin Carney to issue powder to Capt. Leonard Helm.

13962-8-765-766-November 20, 1781: Top document. Falls of Ohio issued corn forage for 5 horses of Col. Joseph Crockett. Names: Ensign Hugh McGavock, Major George Walls, John Baskenvill.

13963-8-765-766-November 9, 1781: Second document on left. George Rogers Clark order to issue canon powder.

13964-8-765-766-November 21, 1781: Third document on right. Tobacco issue. Names: B. Midly, John Moore?

13965 Frame 765-766-November 7, 1781: Fourth document. Martin Carney issued powder.

13966-8-765-766-November 8, 1781: Bottom document. Corn forage. Names: Joseph Crockett.

13967-8-767-768-November 6, 1781: Top document. Col. George Slaughter at Washington Court House issued $350 traveling money to Christopher Acklin.

13968-8-767-768-November 19, 1781: Second document. Zephaniah Blackford certified William Thompson furnished 850 pounds of beef for use of Capt. John Baley troops on their march from Fort Patrick Henry to Fort Nelson.

13969-8-767-768-November 13, 1781: Third document. Col. George Slaughter paid $1005 for traveling for himself and soldiers to Archer Poores. Names: Lieut. Richard Clark.

13970-8-769-770-November 7, 1781: Top document. George Rogers Clark order to Fort Nelson to issue paper to Bland Ballard.

13971-8-769-770-November 14, 1781: Second document. Fort Nelson issued 8 pounds of tobacco for use of 8 men of Ensign Henry Daring co. Names: Joseph Crockett.

13972-8-769-770-November 23, 1781: Third document. Ensign Hugh McGavock request for 8 pairs of horse shoes with nails for use of field and staff of Col. [Joseph] Crockett.

13973-8-769-770-November 15, 1781: Bottom document. George Rogers Clark order to issue powder and lead for Ensign Jarret Williams. Names: Martin Carney.

13974-8-771-773-November 8, 1781: Top document. Duplicate filming. Powder issued. Names: Capt. John Karney, Col. Joseph Crockett.

13975-8-771-773-November 26, 1781: Second document. Duplicate filming. Faded. Names: George Rogers Clark, Bland Ballard.

13976-8-771-773-November ?, 1781: Bottom document. Faded. Duplicate filming. Names: George Rogers Clark.

13977-8-774-775-November 15, 1781: Top document. George Rogers Clark order to Mr. Ballard to issue tobacco.

13978-8-774-775-November 22, 1781: Second document. George Slaughter paid $950 for traveling expenses for himself and soldiers. Unable to read a name.

13979-8-774-775-November 19, 1781: Third document. George Rogers Clark order to issue leather to ? Gerault to make a pair of boots.

13980-8-774-775-November 4, 1781: Bottom document. George Rogers Clark order to Fort Nelson to issue powder and lead to Capt. Richard Brashear.

13981-8-776-777-November 10, 1781: Top document. George Rogers Clark order to Major George Walls to issue an orderly book for us of the pay master of Col. Joseph Crockett. Names: Capt. William Cherry.

13982-8-776-777-November 3, 1781: Second document. Col. George Slaughter paid $50 to A. Bledsoe.

13983-8-776-777-November 8, 1781: Third document. Col. George Slaughter paid $400 for expense at Waller Station. Unable to read a name.

13984-8-776-777-November 4, 1781: Bottom left document. Bland Ballard at Fort Nelson issued tobacco to John Kerney.

13985-8-776-777-November 2, 1781: Bottom right document. Faded. Fort Nelson. Unable to read names.

13986-8-778-779-November 30, 1781: Top left document. Major George Walls at Fort Nelson issued rations for 17 men.

13987-8-778-779-November 9, 1781: Top right document. Fort Nelson Unable to read.

13988-8-778-779-November 7, 1781: Third document. George Rogers Clark order to issue powder and lead for use of officers of Col. Joseph Crockett. Names: Ensign Hugh McGavock.

13989-8-778-779-November 11, 1781: Bottom document. Southampton issued powder and lead to James Wommack.

13990-8-780-781-November 28, 1781: Top document. George Rogers Clark order to issue a quire of paper for use of the Commissary Department. Names: Capt. William Cherry.

13991-8-780-781-November 30, 1781: Second document. Corn forage for 4 horses of Col. Joseph Crockett issued by Major George Walls to Ensign Hugh McGavock.

13992-8-780-781-November 1, 1781: Third document. Fort Nelson issued rations for 12 men and a wash woman of Capt. Mark Thomas co.

13993-8-782-785-November 29, 1781: Top document. Duplicate filming. Faded. Names: John Williams.

13994-8-782-785-November 30, 1781: Second document on left. Duplicate filming. Capt. John Baley order to issue rations.

13995-8-782-785-November ?, 1781: Third document on right. Duplicate filming. Faded. Rations. Names: Fort Nelson.

13996-8-782-785-November 5, 1781: Fourth document. Duplicate filming. Faded. Capt. John Baley order for rations for men and women.

13997-8-782-785-November 6, 1781: Bottom left document. Duplicate filming. Capt. John Bailey order to issue rations for 55 men and 2 women.

13998-8-782-785-November 6, 1781: Bottom right document. Duplicate filming. Unable to read. Names: George Rogers Clark.

13999-8-786-789-November 19, 1781: Top document. Duplicate filming. George Rogers Clark order to Conductor of Military Stores at Falls of Ohio to issue powder and lead to Patrick Kennedy.

14000-8-786-789-November ?, 1781: Second document. Duplicate filming. George Rogers Clark order to Martin Carney.

14001-8-786-789-November 29, 1781: Third document. Duplicate filming. Tobacco issued for use of Capt. John Kerney.

14002-8-786-789-November 26, 1781: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Capt. John Baley order to issue 200 rations for 37 men and 1 woman for a voyage from Fort Vincent to the Falls of Ohio.

14003-8-790-792-November 17, 1781: Top document. Duplicate filming. George Rogers Clark order to issue thread for use of Lieut. Col. John Montgomery.

14004-8-790-792-November 5, 1781: Second document on left. Duplicate filming. Ensign William Roberts order to issue rations for 26 men and a woman of Capt. [Benjamin] Roberts co.

14005-8-790-792-November 25, 1781: Third document on right. Duplicate filming. Fort Nelson issued rations for 14 men and a woman of Capt. Mark Thomas co.

14006-8-790-792-November 8, 1781: Fourth document on left. Duplicate filming. George Rogers Clark order to issue leggings to John Gordon.

14007-8-790-792-November ?, 1781: Fifth document on right. Duplicate filming. Faded. Names: George Rogers Clark, James Finn.

14008-8-790-792-November 9, 1781: Sixth document. Duplicate filming. Names: Bland Ballard, George Rogers Clark.

14009-8-793-794-November 22, 1781: Top document. George Rogers Clark order to issue powder and lead to Ensign Hugh McGavock.

14010-8-793-794-November 23, 1781: Second document. George Rogers Clark order to issue 13 pounds of lead. Names: Martin Carney.

14011-8-793-794-November 14, 1781: Bottom document. Fort Nelson issued tobacco for 11 men. Names: Rice Bullock, Mr. Ballard, Col. Joseph Crockett.

14012-8-795-796-November 29, 1781: Top document. Tobacco issued. Names: Capt. William Cherry, Mr. Ballard, Col. Joseph Crockett.

14013-8-795-796-November 29, 1781: Second document. Tobacco issued to 6 men of Major George Slaughter. Names: Ensign William Roberts.

14014-8-795-796-November 28, 1781: Third document. George Rogers Clark order to Martin Carney at Falls of Ohio to issue 6 flints to Mr. Finn going on express.

14015-8-795-796-November ?, 1781: Bottom document. George Rogers Clark order to issue powder to Turner Oliver.

14016-8-797-800-November 15, 1781: Top document. Duplicate filming. Major George Walls issued 94 nails work in stable. Names: Ensign Hugh McGavock.

14017-8-797-800-November 27, 1781: Second document. Duplicate filming. George Rogers Clark order to issue 3 pair of leggings for 3 express going to Illinois.

14018-8-797-800-November 28, 1781: Third document. Duplicate filming. Col. Joseph Crockett order to public blacksmith to a set of shoes on his horse.

14019-8-801-804-November ?, 1781: Top document. Duplicate filming. George Rogers Clark order to issue 4 tents.

14020-8-801-804-November ?, 1781: Second document. Duplicate filming. Orders to public blacksmith. Unable to read. Names: Joseph Crockett, George Rogers Clark.

14021-8-801-804-November 17, 1781: Bottom left document. Duplicate filming. Faded. Names: Leonard Broome, Capt. Craig, Falls of Ohio.

14022-8-801-804-November 19, 1781: Bottom right document. Duplicate filming. Powder and lead issued for Capt. Abraham Kellar co. Names: Capt. Robert George.

14023-8-805-806-November 18, 1781: Top document. Capt. John Baley order to issue rations for 44 men on voyage from Fort Vincent to the Falls of Ohio.

14024-8-805-806-November 25, 1781: Second document. Capt. John Baley order to issue rations for 37 men on voyage from Fort Vincent to the Falls of Ohio.

14025-8-805-806-November 10, 1781: Third document. Col. George Slaughter paid $400 to Joseph Boll for traveling expense.

14026-8-805-806-November 17, 1781: Fourth document. Col. George Slaughter paid $80 to David Steel for traveling expense.

14027-8-805-806-November 17, 1781: Fifth document. Col. George Slaughter paid $100 to Mary McDowell for traveling expense.

14028-8-807-810-November 17, 1781: Top document. Duplicate filming. Faded. Tobacco issued.

14029-8-807-810-November 21, 1781: Second document. Duplicate filming. Fort Nelson issued rations to 13 men and 1 woman of Capt. Mark Thomas co.

14030-8-807-810-November 15, 1781: Third document. Duplicate filming. Will Grant supplied corn to Joseph Lindsay.

14031-8-807-810-November 7, 1781: Bottom left document. Duplicate filming. Col. George Slaughter paid $300 to John Ferguson for traveling expenses. Names: Lieut. Richard Clark.

14032-8-807-810-November ?, 1781: Bottom right document. Duplicate filming. Joseph Crockett order to issue tobacco to Capt. Mark Thomas co.

14033-8-811-812-November 16, 1781: Top left document. Col. George Slaughter paid Joseph Heath? for traveling expense.

14034-8-811-812-November 16, 1781: Top right document. Fort Nelson issued tobacco. Names: Joseph Crockett, Capt. John Karney.

14035-8-811-812-November ?, 1781: Third document. An ax issued for use of George Rogers Clark family. Names: Patt Mars.

14036-8-811-812-November 10, 1781: Fourth document. George Rogers Clark order to issue powder. Names: Lieut. Col. John Montgomery, Daniel Whiton.

14037 Frame 811-812-November 13, 1781: Bottom document. Public blacksmith shoed horse. Names: Rice Bullock.

BOX 638

FOLDER 138-LETTERS-DECEMBER 1781

FRAMES 813-849

15 documents filmed on 36 frames.

14038-8-814-815-December 9, 1781: Will Shannon, Quartermaster General for Illinois Department and George Rogers Clark certified Zephaniah Blackford was employed and performed the duty of Deputy Commissary of Stores and Provisions at Fort Patrick Henry in the Illinois Department from August 9, 1779 to December 9, 1781 and that he was entitled to receive the pay and subsistence equal to that of a captain from the State of Virginia during the said term. Given under my hand at the Falls of Ohio on December 9, 1781. A total of 855 days at 5 and 1/5 shillings per day or $26 per month. Signed by both Will Shannon and George Rogers Clark.

14039-8-816-817-December 6, 1781: A copy of General George Rogers Clark orders. The order signed by George Rogers Clark and written at Fort Nelson indicated alteration were necessary in the appointment of the first Lieut.? in the Staff Department. All quartermaster stores at Fort Nelson were to be immediately delivered to Bland Ballard and those of the commissaries of military stores were to be delivered to Zephaniah Blackford. Ballard and Blackford were to each act with authority in the different department until further orders and were given sufficient security for their conduct. Martin Carney was to liquidate his quartermaster accounts for settlement with the auditors.

14040-8-818-[1782?]: Letter of Dr. Jacques Francois Conand to Governor B. Harrison. Filed and printed elsewhere.

14041-8-819-December 11, 1781: Letters of Robert Todd to Governor Harrison. Filed and printed elsewhere.

14042-8-820-December 11, 1781: Resolution of [Virginia] Assembly to the Governor. Filed and printed elsewhere.

14043-8-821-December 1781: Letter of Benjamin Logan to Governor Nelson. Filed and printed elsewhere.

14044-8-822-826-December 12, 1781: Top document. Duplicate filming. Certificate of War Department by William Davies to the Auditor. Certified Capt. John Rogers had enlisted in the year 1779. Cost paid for soldiers raised and cost of horses obtained for the defence of the Illinois by Capt. John Rogers. Payment had been counter signed by General [George Rogers] Clark.

14045-8-822-826-December 1, 1781: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. George Rogers Clark letter from Fort Nelson to Ensign Hugh McGavock of Col. [Joseph] Crockett Regiment. McGavock had been issued 16 horses to carry baggage of Col. Crockett to Holdston and upon arrival was instructed to dispose of the horses to the public advantage.

14046-8-827-830-December 30, 1781: Top document. Duplicate filming. James Sullivan certified 1,000 pounds of beef had been left at his house on Baregrap by the hunters, who were packing beef for the Falls of Ohio in January of 1781. George Wilson of the Department of Illinois was accountable for the beef, which could not be taken to the Falls of Ohio due to tiredness of the horses. Sullivan dried and cured the beef, which he issued in April of 1781 to Capt. [John] Rogers Troops of Light Dragoons due to Roger's request for provisions. Names: James Berwick.

14047-8-827-830-December 31, 1781: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Will Shannon, Quartermaster General for the Western Department and George Rogers Clark certified Mr. George Wilson had been employed and performed the duty of Commissary of Issues at Falls of Ohio from November 28, 1780 to December 31, 1781 and that he was entitled to pay and subsistence from the State of Virginia equal to that of a Captain during the said term and that he had settled and adjusted his accounts, which had been deposited in Shannon's office.

14048-8-831-832-December 31, 1781: Top document. George Rogers Clark at Fort Nelson certified John Donne had served as Deputy Conductor of Stores for the State of Virginia from October 20, 1779 to December 31, 1781 and was entitled to the pay rations of a Captain in the Foot Service.

John Donne signed receipt for $3034 Virginia money on September 19, 1781 and for $1550 on December 31, 1781.

14049-8-833-835-December 31, 1781: Some what faded. Zephaniah Blackford certified at Fort Nelson that Quartermaster Bland Ballard had given [inventory] to him. Among items were 34 rifles, 9 rifles without locks, 14 rifle barrels, 20 muskets in good repair, 5 muskets out of repair, thirteen pounder caps, 2 traveling boxes, cartridges for six pounders, grapeshot, 1 copper charger, cannon powder, 16 kegs of powder, lead, 1 copper hammer, bullet [molds], rope, wipper and various other arms. Also reference to Falls of Ohio.

14050 Frame 836-838-December 31, 1781: George Rogers Clark certified John Bailey had served as a lieutenant in the Illinois Battalion from May 29, 1779 to March 29, 1780 and was entitled to receive pay.

14051-8-839-840-December 22, 1781: Document some what faded. State Regiment raised for the Western Frontier in 1779 by act of [Virginia] Assembly. Reference to the Governor in Council and the raising of men from various counties.

14051-8-839-840-December 22, 1781-Continued: the appointment of Field Officers, number of captains, surgeons, ensigns, and lieutenants along with rank of men appointed, Albemarle Barracks, Shawnee Expedition. Names: Joseph Crockett, Col. Lewis.

14052-8-841-849-December 1, 1781: Duplicate filming. George Rogers Clark orders concerning officers and staff. Clark stated Col. Crockett's Regiment deserve the thanks of their country were to march to Holdston and be discharged if needed. Major Thomas Quirk was made commander of Fort Nelson. Capt. Cherry was to deliver the commissary stores to the order of the appointed commanding officer, who was to give security to the General for his conduct. The Quartermaster was to settle his accounts with different officers and to make a report. Martin Carney, Quartermaster at Fort Nelson, was to receive the Quartermaster stores of the Quartermaster General. The purchasing for the Western Department was to process all purchases and deliver to Fort Nelson. The beef was to be pickled and would require necessary guard fatigue. Col. Montgomery was to named 2 officers of the Illinois Battalion and to go to Holdston and New River to collect deserters. The Regimental and Quartermaster Stores belonging to Col. Crockett's Battalion were to be given Martin Carney at Fort Nelson except for 10 public arms [gun/rifle], which were to be used for the intended guard for the Colonel. The Public Stores of Major Slaughter Corps were delivered to [Fort Nelson]. The cover folder for the December 1, 1781 General Clark orders has November 1, 1781.

BOX 638

FOLDER 139-ACCOUNTS-DECEMBER 1781

FRAMES #850-1074

167 documents filmed on 224 frames.

14053-8-851-854-December 6, 1781: Faded. An inventory of Quarter[master] stores delivered to Blan Ballard at the Falls of Ohio. Three columns listing the number of each item: caulking irons, hammers, pincers, augers, caulking mallets, whip saw, spades, shovels, tents, 22 pounds of horse shoes

14053-8-851-854-December 6, 1781-Continued: hand axes, leather, duck [cloth], bell collars, bells, horse collars, knives, butcher knives, white cloth, tobacco, ink stand, nail tool, 7 wagon horses, 2 bulls, 1 pack horse, 1 wagon and other items, which cannot be read. Names: Major George Walls.

14054-8-855-857-December ?, 1781: Account of Quartermaster stores from Col. Crockett Regiment. Items: hand saws, bells, sledge hammers, shovels, spades, mattocks. Document also has accounting of Quartermaster Martin Carney's artificers employed: Enoch Hillard, carpenter at Falls of Ohio; Sezor, a negro carpenter at Fort Jefferson; Andrew Clark, carpenter at Fort Jefferson; Archibald Lockhard, mill wright at Falls of Ohio and Fort Jefferson; Joseph Thornton, carpenter at Fort Jefferson; Buckner Pittman, boat master at Fort Jefferson. Dates of work are given for each artificer.

14055-8-858-862-December ?, 1781: An account or abstract of Quartermaster stores vouchers issued in the Western Department under the direction of William Shannon, Quartermaster General of the said department. Report has date for vouchers issued, by whom ordered, to whom delivered. Description of ammunition of powder and lead, ordinance, arms, water craft, and sundry articles. Items listed included rifles, guns, rope, oars, flat [bottom boats], pumps, bateau [row boats], piroagues [dug out canoe], axes, tar, kettles, paper, bags, barrels, flour, grapeshot, paddles, saddles, deer skins, flints, handmill saws, planes, pulleys, ox yoke, cannon screw, hoe, hand saw, reap hook, horses, whiskey. Names: Capt. Williams, Lieut. Gerault, Col. Clark, Samuel Littlejoy, Col. Bowman, Lieut. Brashear, Lieut. Bayley, Benjamin Harrison, Capt. Harrison, Major Harlin, Mr. Ballard, Lieut. Sanders, Major Slaughter, Major Linctot, Capt. Worthington, Martin Carney, Squire Boone, John Todd, William Bush, Capt. Rogers, John McGarr, James Finn, B. Searcy, Zephaniah Blackford, Col. Gibson, Capt. Roberts. Some names appear more than once. Reference to volunteers, express, artillery, certificates, hunters, mess, militia, Fort Jefferson, Fort Clark, Falls of Ohio, Indian Department, Fort Vincent. The document has annexed vouchers, which do not appear in columns.

14056-8-863-865-December ?, 1781: Abstract of small cargo of goods received by Martin Carney from Capt. Robert George at Fort Jefferson for use of the officers and soldiers in the Department and issued to said troops by the Commissary officer. Abstract has reference to person issued taffia by either gallon, quart or pint, pounds of sugar and tobacco with page reference to [account book]. Names: Col. John Montgomery, Capt. Robert George, Major John Williams, Capt. Edward Worthington, Col. George Slaughter, Capt. Robert Todd, Lieut. John Gerault, Lieut. Joseph Calvit, Lieut. Richard Clark, Lieut. Thomas Dalton, Capt. Isaac Taylor, Mr. Meredith Price, Capt. Leonard Helm, Capt. Benjamin Roberts, Capt. Mark Thomas, Ensign Jarret Williams, Mr. John Donne, Mr. Israel Dodge, Mr. James Finn, Martin Carney, Capt. Abraham Kellar, Cornet John Thruston, Capt. John Rogers, Lieut. James Merryweather [Merriweather], Boat Master Mr. Buckner Pittman, Major John Walker, Sergeant Michael Miles, Hospital, Militia of [Clarksville], individuals [not named], Capt. Rogers troops, Illinois Regiment, Ensign William Roberts, State of Virginia.

14057-8-866-876-December 15, 1780: Duplicate filming. Abstract of issues of a quantity of merchandize received by Israel Dodge, Deputy Agent at Fort Jefferson the 15th December 1780 from Capt. Robert George Commander and issued agreeable to his orders for use of the troops in the Illinois Department belonging to the state of Virginia. Abstract has date for the numbered and voucher issued, to whom issued, for whose use and to whom chargeable. Abstract indicates amount of yards of broad cloth, linen, pounds of vermillion, white flannel, pounds of thread, dozens of coat vests, buttons, silk, mohair, pairs of men's shoes, small bags, yards of duck [cloth], cap wire, brass ink pots, sewing needles, paper pins, half worn riding saddle. Names: Leonard Helm, Ensign Jarret Williams, Elizabeth Burk, Capt. John Bayley, Lurana Meredith, John Young, Capt. [Richard] Brashear, Capt. [Robert] George, Capt. [Abraham] Kellar, State of Virginia, B. Littleman, Capt. [Edward] Worthington, Elizabeth Phelps, Martin Carney, Boat Master Buckner Pittman, Lieut. Richard Clark, Edward Murray, Zephaniah Blackford, Silas Harlan, hunters, William Whitehead, Nancy Humble, Thomas Snellock, Lieut. Richard Harrison, John Biles, Lieut. Joseph Calvit, Anne Elms, Bartlet Searcy, State of Virginia, Express from Falls of Ohio, Capt. Robert Todd, Ensign [Laurence] Slaughter, Major [Godefroy] Linctot, Capt. John Dodge, Sergeant William Clark, friendly indians, Eliz Jones, interpreters,

14057-8-866-876-December 15, 1780-Continued: Sergeant John Walker, Charles Hounsler, James Hays, Matthew Murray, Capt. Philip Barbour, Sarah Trent, John Donne, Charity Owens, James Sherlock, George Shepherd, Patt Kennedy. Many names appear more than once.

14058-8-877-882-1780 and 1781: Duplicate filming. An account of clothing drawn by Capt. Abraham Kellar company in the years 1780 and 1781. Each soldier is listed with items supplied to him. Clothing issued included moccasins, flannel, coats, jackets, overalls, shoes, shirts, thread to make shirts, blankets. Non clothing issued were sugar and muskets. Names: George Smith, James Davis, John Crauley, Charles Woods, Barteast Rapha, John Shappel, George Hoit, James Cocks, Philip Duley, John Riller, Thomas Hyas, William Pritchet, David Russell, Frances Sayrose, David Humble, John Carns, Harmon Eagle, James Thompson, Joseph Shanks, James Pather, Jacob Decker, Joseph Cooper, Barney Cooper, Raymor Duley, John Shank.

14059-8-883-884-December 21, 1781: Top document. Capt. Benjamin Roberts certified Sergeant Turner Oliver had served in the company of Capt. Mark Thomas in Major George Slaughter Corps raised for the defence of the Western Frontier of Virginia and had enlisted in 1779 and qualified for discharge as a soldier. He was issued a coat, shirt, 4 yards of linen and a pair of flannel overalls.

14060-8-883-884-December 31, 1781: Bottom document. Rations for 4 days for Col. Slaughter's corps. Rank and file issue of rations. There were 2 women listed. names: Capt. Benjamin Roberts, Bland Ballard.

14061-8-885-888-June 20, 1779: Top document. Duplicate filming. Appears to be out of date order. State of Virginia account with Lieut. Michael Perault. George Rogers Clark paid Perault for bounty of 12 recruits, who enlisted for the whole war; bounty of 4 men enlisted for the war at $750;

14061-8-885-888-June 20, 1779-Continued: Premiums for enlisting the above recruits at $150 or total of $2400; bounty for 6 soldiers, who enlisted for the War in the months of July and August of 1781 and premium for the 6 men of $600. Michael Perault signed receipt for receiving part of the cash from George Rogers Clark at Fort Clark on June 20, 1779.

14062-8-885-888-December 8, 1781: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Faded. State if Virginia account with Rice Bullock for his pay as Adjutant Quartermaster General for the Western Department. Names: Thomas Merriweather.

14063-8-889-992-December 7, 1781: Top document. Duplicate filming. Rank and file list of rations issued for Col. George Slaughter Corps of Capt. Robert George co. There were 2 women, who received rations.

14064-8-889-892-December 10, 1781: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. State of Virginia account with Graves Wapshott for supplying oars for a bateau [row boat] to Post Vincent to purchase skins and for repairing 2 bateau. Names: William Shannon, Commissary and Quartermaster General for the Western Department. Payment of $2560. Names: Patt Kennedy.

14065-8-893-894-December 12, 1781: Top document. Faded. Rank and file ration list for Western Battalion for 4 days for companies of Capt.[William] Cherry, Capt. Young, Capt. [John] Kerney and 2 other captains. There were a total of 320 including 1 woman, who received rations. Names: Col. Crockett.

14066-8-893-894-December 8, 1781: Bottom document. State of Virginia account for corn at Falls of Ohio. Names: Major George Walls, George Rogers Clark.

14067-8-895-897-December ?, 1781: Top document. Duplicate filming. Rank and file list of rations issued for companies of Capt. [William] Cherry, Capt. Young, Capt. [Mark] Thomas, Ensign Hugh McGavock, Ensign Henry Daring of the Western Battalion of Capt. Robert George.

14068-8-895-897-December ?, 1781: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Faded. Rank and file list of rations issued for Western Battalion. Names: Ensign Hugh McGavock, Capt. Thomas Quirk, Capt. [William] Cherry, Ensign [Henry] Daring, Capt. [John] Kerney, Col. Crockett.

14069-8-898-900-December 16, 1781: Duplicate filming. Faded. Rank and file list of rations issued for Western Battalion under command of John Montgomery. Names: Capt. [Robert] George, Capt. [Richard] Brashear, Capt. [John] Baley, Capt. [Isaac] Taylor, Capt. Gerault, Capt. Thomas Quirk. Unable to read 1 name.

14070-8-901-902-December 20, 1781: Top document. Faded. Rank and file list of rations issued for the Illinois Regiment commanded by John Montgomery. Names: Major [Thomas] Quirk, unable to read 5 names.

14071-8-903-904-December 31, 1781: Top document. Capt. Richard Brashear order to issue a month ration and 12 pounds of tallow for Capt. [Robert] George's mess consisting of 2 officers and 2 bowmen.

14072-8-903-904-December 4, 1781: Bottom document. Faded. Rank and file list of rations for Illinois Regiment. Names: George Rogers Clark. Unable to read other names.

14073-8-905-906-December 31, 1781: State of Virginia land warrants for Capt. Robert George for bounty advanced 35 recruits, who enlisted 3 years during the War at $750 each; for premium allowed for enlisting the recruits and premium allowed for recruiting 7 other enlisted with land warrants. George Rogers Clark paid $28,400 of the $32,550 due to Capt. George.

14074-8-907-908-December ?, 1781: Commonwealth of Virginia account with Jacob Haymaker for workers building boats, cost for provisions, paper, whiskey etc.

14075-8-909-914-December ?, 1781: Abstract of sundry bills and accounts drawn by Robert Elliot, Isaac Colliers, Stephen Goding, Richard McCarty, William Gillespie, Robert McCarty, Alexander Henderson, Mr. Parrault, J. B. Bacon, Jean Prieto, Mr. Pouree, Mr. Sarprey, James Robinson, Robert Dunn, Leonard Helm, Oliver Pollock, J. Johns, John McDowell, ? Clark. Dated entries from January 16, 1779. Reference to storage, freight, wages, State of Virginia, powder for Col. Clark, troops, taffia for use of indians, horses and express. Other names: Evan Mils, D. Alyiaua?, Andrew Loope, Mr. Armand, Mr. Mettyes, Mr. Devileer, Pierre Leferre, Nicholas Perrot.

14076-8-915-918-December ?, 1781: Account of provisions issued by Charles Bradford at Fort Pitt to the different fatigues carrying the belongings of General George Rogers Clark's army. Dated listing for flour, beef, salt and gallons of whiskey delivered to Capt. John Kerney, Lieut. Bonard Glenn?, Joseph McDowell, Sergeant William Newton, Sergeant Andrew Green, Capt. Thomas Young, Sergeant Thomas Davis, Capt. David Allen, Ensign Henry Daring, Capt. William Cherry, Jonathan Thomas, Capt. Abraham Tipton, Nathaniel Randolph, George Boydston, Capt. Robert Farrell, Benjamin Baldwin, William Anderson, Capt. William Cherry, John Wright, Samuel Osbum?, Thomas Chambers, Benjamin Prather, John Crittenden.

14077-8-919-920-December ?, 1781: State of Virginia account with John Dodge, Commercial and Indian agent in the Illinois country. Faded. Reference to cash advances. Names: Col. Montgomery, William Clark.

14078-8-921-922-December ?, 1781: Faded. Appraisal of horses taken by the indians in Jefferson. Names: Thomas Smith, George Halburt?, George Lamery, John Galloway, William Mitchell.

14079-8-923-924-September 16, 1781: Abstract of sundry bills drawn by Capt. William Shannon from June 16, 1779 to September 16, 1781. Items supplied: rum, powder, horses. Names: Oliver Pollock, Treasurer of Virginia, Charles Buteau, David McGraw, John Gerault, Patrick Kennedy, Monsieur Carbonneaux, Richard Clark, J. M. P. LeGras, Augustine Shobeau, ? Bousoliel, Anthony Samarchie, Capt. Slaughter.

14080-8-925-927-December ?, 1781: No. 4. State of Virginia recruiting account of Major George Walls at Falls of Ohio. Bounty money paid for recruitment. Names: Henry Allen, John Morris, Joseph Cubbage, John Johnston, John Jones, William Bush, John Armstrong. Reference to a public horse sold to Capt. Barbour.

14081-8-928-932-December ?. 1781: Account of provisions of Quartermaster supplied and delivered to Andrew Heth and Richard McMachen, which was purchased by them for use of the Expedition commanded by George Rogers Clark. Rations were beef, bacon, veal, sheep, flour, corn, rye, peas, bran, hogs. Names: John Caldwell, Hugh McGavock, Jeremiah McKebbin, Sergeant Thomas Davis, Joseph Shaw, Capt. William Cherry, Major George Walls, Capt. William Bruce, Lieut. Jacob Westfall, John Crittenden, Rice Bullock, John McCapin, George Coller, Charles Douley.

14082-8-933-937-December 21, 1781: No. 64. Faded. Rank and file list of beef ration issued for use of Illinois Regiment of Major Thomas Quirk. Names: Capt. [Richard] Brashear, Capt. [John] Baley, Capt. [Robert] George.

14083-8-938-939-December ?, 1781: No. 65. Faded. Rank and file list of flour and salt rations for Illinois Regiment commanded by John Montgomery. Names: Capt. [Richard] Brashear, Capt. [John] Baley, Capt. Gerault, Capt. [Isaac] Taylor, William Elms.

14084-8-940-941-December 29, 1781: No. 66. Faded. Rank and file list of flour, salt and beef issued for Illinois Regiment commanded by John Montgomery. Names: Capt. [Robert] George, Capt. [Richard] Brashear, Capt. [John] Baley, Capt. Thomas Quirk, William Elms.

14085-8-942-943-December 3, 1781: No. 56. Abstract of Capt. Robert George company of artillery from June 4, 1779 to December 3, 1781. Names: George Rogers Clark, Robert Lamery?

14086-8-944-945-December 31, 1781: State of Virginia account. Incomplete. Pay and subsistence.

14087-8-946-947-December 28, 1781: Discharge of a soldier James Wood of Capt. [Mark] Thomas company, who had enlisted in May 3, 1779. Names: Major George Walls, Capt. John Kerney.

14088-8-948-949-December ?, 1781: Commonwealth of Virginia Treasurer account of General George Rogers.

14088-8-948-949-December ?, 1781-Continued: Clark from 1778 to December 19, 1780. Reference to vouchers, which had been burnt and dates in 1781.

14089-8-950-954-December ?, 1781: List of bills of William Shannon on the Commonwealth of Virginia. Names: Francis Adams, James Sullivan, Leonard Helm, John Lloyd, Benjamin Hardin?, Thomas Holemass, James Stephenson, Francis Robinson, John Johnson, Henry Crowhust, Col. Clark, ? Chorloville [Charleville], Moses Kuykendall, H. Applegate, Richard Chenoweth [Chinoweth], George Pommeroy [Pomeroy], Samuel Henick, Galloway and Mitchell, James Wright, Benjamin Price, Samuel Hunch, Jarret Williams, Edward Dougherty, George Willson.

14090-8-955-959-December ?, 1781: List of William Shannon bills from January 3, 1779 to 1781. Names: Monsieur Carboneaux [Carbonneaux], Jean Beauvais, Capt. [Godefroy] Linctot, Patrick McClosky, Capt. Williams, Monsieur Rickett, Rago Bauvais [Beauvais], Antoine Lauvierre, Monsieur Langtot, Monsieur Butteue, Oliver Pollock, ? McCray, Charles Charloville [Charleville], Madam Bentley, Stanislaus Daupier, ? Charloville [Charleville], William McCulloch, Gabriel Cerre, Gideon Jerret, Richard Winston, Capt. Placey [Placy], Thomas McGee, Jean B. Wislett, John Gerault, Monsieur LeGras, Joseph Anderson, Francis Bosseron, Monsieur Bessolel?, Monsieur Mashearn, Francis Millchame, Daniel Murray, Capt. Richard McCarty, Monsieur Sheto, Monsieur Cere, Monsieur J. Charloville, Monsieur Morros, Monsieur R. Beauvais, Monsieur Bienvenue, Monsieur Janist, Monsieur Bentley, Doctor Rey, Col. LeGras, Capt. [Leonard] Helm, Nathaniel Randolph, Matthew Wiley, George Wilson, John Byrn, Jacob Myres, Jacob Vanmetre [Vanmeter], John Floyd, William Pope, Marias Hansbrough, Hargire Pendergras, John William Provence, John Philips, Mr. Dowdele, Aquila Whitaker, John Hanley, Joseph Andrews, Monsieur Bogee, James Sullivan, David Standeford or Standefield, Thomas McCarty, Moses Keckendall [Kuykendall], Isaac Kellar, Uriah Johnston, Lewis Devine, F. Charolville, Monsieur Gratiott [Gratiot], F. Mittehome, Bazail Alarie, Monsieur Lassay?. Some names appear more than once.

14091-8-960-961-December 12, 1781: Invoice of Quartermaster Store received from ? McGavock and delivered to Mr. Bland Ballard. Items: jack screw, leg chain, whip saw, 3 broad axes, a chest of carpenter tools, chisels, auger, iron wedge, fish lines, padlocks, 15 pounds of steel, a pair of steel yards, half tents, large gate hinges, horse bells, trowel, chains, horse collars, 1 set of bellows and nails, hand saw, sledge hammer, hammers, shovels, mattock. Names: General George Rogers Clark, Martin Carney.

14092-8-962-965-December 12, 1781: Top document. Duplicate filming. Commonwealth of Virginia account with John Todd Junior, escheator [ government official] for County of Fayette. Reference to bonds, payment and surveying of 1000 acres on Hickman Creek, a branch of Kentucky [River] Names: Joseph Crockett, John McClure.

14093 Frame 962-965-December 12, 1781: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Military store items delivered to Zephaniah Blackford at Falls of Ohio. Items: 2 pair of scales and weights, 3 traveling magazines, gun powder, 13 hand grenades, 56 pounds of shot, 906 pounds of lead, 6 bayonet belts, 100 muskets and bayonets, 236 cartridge boxes, 54 swords, cavalry accoutrement, 51 pistols, 21 sword slings, 58 pistol holsters, 24 horse bells. Names: Martin Carney, James Fines.

14094-8-966-967-December 12, 1781: Military stores delivered to Zephaniah Blackford December 12, 1781 by order of General [George Rogers] Clark. Document may be incomplete or part of Document 14093. Items; horse harnesses, 28 pounds of shot, filled and empty case shells, 59 pounds of rifle powder, 320 pounds of cannon powder, cannon cartridge paper, 4900 flints, cartridges and other ammunition.

14095-8-968-969-December 5, 1781: No. 60. Rank and file list of beef and flour rations issued at Fort Nelson for 2 Illinois Regiments commanded by John Montgomery.

14095-8-968-969-December 5, 1781-Continued: There were 55 men and 5 women in the companies of Capt. [Richard] Brashear, Capt. [Isaac] Taylor, Capt. [John] Baley, and Capt. Gerault. Names: William Elms, Major Quirk.

14096-8-970-972-July 31, 1781: State of Virginia account with Bland Ballard. Reference to hiring of a horse form June 6, 1780 to March 29, 1781 for 9 months and 23 days; to George Slaughter being former Commander at Falls of Ohio; Court held for Jefferson County on December 6, 1781. Names: Will Johnston.

14097-8-973-976-November 29, 1781: Account of military and quartermaster stores issued at Fort Vincent on the Illinois Department by Zephaniah Blackford under the direction of Capt. William Shannon, Quartermaster General commencing March 18, 1781. Report includes name of person making order and to whom delivered for categories of ammunition, ordinance, arms, crafts, and tools. Listed within the categories were powder, lead, cannon cartridges, cannon wipers, swings, cannon balls, brass charger, travel carriage, bayonets, cartridge boxes, tarpaulin, muskets, boats, oars, auger, tenant saw, gouges, saber belts, pick ax, broad axes, falling axes, caulking mallets, planes, gunlocks, bill hooks, steel. Names: Capt. [John] Baley, Illinois Regiment, interpreters, express, artillery, hunters, indians, Lieut. Gerault, Capt. Williams, Lieut. Valentine Thomas Dalton, militia, Charles Corbin?, William Crawford? Names appear more than once and there are many references for items supplied to Zephaniah Blackford.

14098-8-977-979-December 7, 1781: Account of sundry peltries [skins, pelts] issued at Fort Vincent in the Illinois Department by Zephaniah Blackford. Document appears to be incomplete or was not fully filmed. The beaver and deer skins were purchased from the indians not all were saved when there must have been difficult with the boat being used by William Shannon's boat. Blackford may also have written other notes besides the issuing of pelts. Reference to paying for repairing boat; payment of gunsmith with 22 pounds of powder for repairing

14099-8-977-979-December 7, 1781-Continued: guns and other services for which there were no receipts. Names: Capt. [John] Baley, John Vaughan, James McDonald, John Hazzard, John Caldwater, Jean Cardine, Paul Quibea, Capt. Williams, Henry Philips, Frederick Rath, J. Horn, and J. Rupert, and Fort Patrick Henry.

14100-8-980-982-December 12, 1781: Inventory of military store received by Bland Ballard from Martin Carney. Items: jack screws, log chains, cross saw, whip saw, hoes, caulking irons, horse bells, hammers, horse collars, bridles, spades, oil cloth, padlocks, bill hooks, grindstone, hand saws, irons, stock locks, set of bellows, drawing knives, sledge hammer, spades. Names: Hugh McGavock.

14101-8-983-984-December 12, 1781: List of Fort Jefferson quartermaster store delivered by late quartermaster Martin Carney to Bland Ballard. Items: 2 jack screws, 1 log chain, 2 cross cut saws, 3 whip saws, 21 hoes, 1 chest of carpenter tools and cooper tools, 4 chisels, 4 augers, 1 pair of iron wedges, 2 hand saws, 3 padlocks, 2 single trees, 2 grinding stones, 4 half tents, 1 large gate hinge, 3 caulking irons, 2 drawing knives, 2 bells, 1 large trowel, 1 wagon hammer, 1 pair of breast chains, 5 horse chains, 5 horse collars, 2 pair of britch bands, 3 blind bridles, bellows pipe, 10 mattocks, 2 spades.

14102-8-985-October 13, 1781: Invoice of store received from Capt. Isaac Craig at Fort Nelson. Items: 3 sets of men's harness, 6 flint locks, 3 port fire, 1 budge barrel, 3 sheep skins, 3 sets of harness for 4 horses, 228 pound of shot, 105 three pounders, 40 round Royal case, 84 six pounders, 26 three pounders, 140 empty shells, 300 six pound round shot, 759 pound rifle powder, 2401 muskets, 3003 cannons, 400 six pound tubes, 22 1/2 pounds of meal powder, cannon cartridge paper, 4900 gun flints, 36 military saddles, 1 pair of bullet nippers, 8 pounder musket cartridge thread, 50 six pound empty paper cartridges, 1453 pounds of lead, 1 pair of bullet molds.

14103 Frame 986-987-December 12, 1781: General George Rogers Clark certification of the deficiencies of the October 13, 1781 invoice of Capt. Isaac Craig for Fort Nelson and which was delivered to Martin Carney. See Document 14102,-8-985. General Clark certified that Capt. [Isaac] Craig's departure from [Fort Nelson] at Falls of Ohio for Fort Pitt did not allow enough time to fully do the inventory, which was then done left for Martin Carney to do. Items which were not listed were: 9 shells, 20 pounds slow? match, 345 six pound tubes, 22 1/2 pounds of meal powder, 3 1/2 reams of cannon cartridge paper, 161 flints, 5 melting ladles, 1 pair of bullet nippers, 14 clippers for horses, 7 back bands, 7 belly band, 219 pounds of lead and 4 1/2 pair of iron trees.

14104-8-988-990-December 19, 1781: Invoice of military store and cavalry accoutrements delivered to Zephaniah Blackford at Falls of Ohio by Martin Carney on order of General Clark. Items: 51 pistols, 27 swords, 21 sword slings, 61 sharp? irons, 59 bridle bits, 11 curry combs, 58 pistol holsters, 24 bells for horses, 2 pair of scales and weights, 3 traveling magazines, 1 elevating screws, 7 swivels, 562 pounds of powder, 13 hand grenades, 56 six pound shot, 206 pounds of lead, 466 bayonet belts, 106 muskets and bayonets, 236 cartridge boxes, 54 swords, 5 rifle barrels.

14105-8-991-992-December 12, 1781: Invoice of military and ordinance stores delivered to Zephaniah Blackford at Fort Nelson from Martin Carney by order of General Clark. Items: 3 sets of men's harness, 6 flint locks, 3 port fire, budge barrel, 3 sheep skins, 3 sets of harness for horses, 228 six pound round shot, 105 three pound round shot, 40 pounds of Royal Case, 84 six pound case, 84 3 pound case, 140 empty shells, 300 six pound shot, 759 pounds of rifle powder, 3003 pounds of cannon powder, 6 dozen port fire, 400 six pound tubes, 22 pounds of meal powder, 6 reams of cannon cartridge paper, 3 reams of musket paper, 4900 gun flints, 36 melting ladles, 1 pair of bullet nippers, 8 pounds of musket cartridge thread,1,253 pound of lead, 1 pair of large bullet molds, 75 muskets, 26 rifles, 85 cartridge boxes, 59 straps or slings for bayonets.75 bayonets, 9 powder horns, 76 shot pouches, 11 pair of whippers, 4 pair of bullet molds, 189 gun flints.

BOX 638 FOLDER 140

VOUCHERS-DECEMBER 1781

FRAMES #994 -

14106-8-995-998-December 9, 1781: Top document. Duplicate filming. Discharge of a soldier of Capt. John Chapman company of the Western Battalion. Bland Ballard issued a bushel of corn for pack horse of George Well?

14107-8-995-998-December ?, 1781: Middle document. Faded. Names: Martin Carney, Indian Interpreter James Sherlock.

14108-8-995-998-December ?, 1781: Bottom document. Faded. Names: Capt. Richard Brashear, Capt. Robert George.

14109-8-999-1002-December 16, 1781: Top document. Duplicate filming. Names: Jarret Williams.

14110-8-999-1002-December 3, 1781: Second document. George Rogers Clark order to issue powder and lead. Names: Martin Carney, Capt. John Baley.

14111-8-999-1002-December 14, 1781: Third document. George Rogers Clark order to issue powder to a family.

14112-8-999-1002-December ?, 1781: Bottom document. Names: George Rogers Clark, Ensign William Roberts.

14113-8-1003-1006-December 17, 1781: Top document. Duplicate filming. Capt. Thomas Quirk order to issue forage for 3 horses at Fort Nelson.

14114-8-1003-1006-December 15, 1781: Second document on left. Duplicate filming. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Nelson to issue powder and lead for 4 men of his company.

14115-8-1003-1006-December 18, 1781: Third document on right. Duplicate filming. George Rogers Clark order to Fort Nelson to issue 3 pounds of powder for six pounder and 1 port of fire and a half pound of power for men. Names: Sergeant Charles Morgan.

14116-8-1003-1006-December 9, 1781: Fourth document. Duplicate filming. Ensign Hugh McGavock order to Martin Kerney [Carney] of the Military Store to issue 18 cruppers for horses and 4 bridles for use of Col. Crockett's Regiment marching to the Holston River.

14117-8-1003-1006-December 4, 1781: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. George Rogers Clark order to issue 2 pounds of powder to Richard Miars?

14118-8-1007-1008-December 15, 1781: Top left document. Capt. Thomas Quirk order to issue ammunition for 7 men of his company.

14119-8-1007-1008-December 17, 1781: Top right document. Names: Fort Nelson, Capt. John Baley, Capt. Thomas Quirk, Bland Ballard.

14120-8-1007-1008-December 8, 1781: Third document. George Rogers Clark order to issue powder to Major John Williams for use of the public.

14121-8-1007-1008-December 9, 1781: Bottom document. Lieut. Gerault order to Fort Nelson for corn.

14122-8-1009-1010-December 8, 1781: Top document. George Rogers Clark order to issue 10 and 1/2 pounds of powder and 24 pounds of lead for use of Col. Crockett's Regiment march to Holston River. Names: Ensign Hugh McGavock.

14123-8-1009-1010-December 8, 1781: Second document. Faded. Unable to read.

14124-8-1009-1010-December 8, 1781: Third document. Bland Ballard at Fort Nelson issued white [material or cloth] to make a pair of overalls. Names: Leonard Helm.

14125-8-1011-1012-December 8, 1781: Top left document. George Rogers Clark order to issue a tent and kettle for use of Major John Williams.

14126-8-1011-1012-December 8, 1781: Third document. Major George Walls issued powder and lead.

14127-8-1011-1012-December 8, 1781: Fourth document. George Rogers Clark order to issue 200 pounds of tobacco to Major [John} Williams for use at Fort Vincent.

14128-8-1011-1012-December 8, 1781: Bottom document. George Rogers Clark order to issue a barge to Major John Williams to take men to Fort Vincent.

14129-8-1013-1014-December 2, 1781: Top document. George Rogers Clark order to Major George Walls to issue paper for use of Joseph Calvit.

14130-8-1013-1014-December 8, 1781: Second document. Fort Nelson issued 30 pounds of powder to Boston Damewood. Names: Capt. Robert George, Capt. Thomas Quirk.

14131-8-1013-1014-December 7, 1781: Bottom document. George Rogers Clark order to issue a blind bridle for use of Ensign Samuel Green. Names: Isaac Browning.

14132-8-1015-1018-December 8, 1781: Top document. Duplicate filming. Names: Fort Nelson, Capt. Robert George, Capt. Thomas Quirk.

14133-8-1015-1018-December 7, 1781: Second document. Duplicate filming. Names: James Montgomery, Samuel Green.

14134-8-1015-1018-December 6, 1781: Third document. Duplicate filming. Names: John Williams, George Rogers Clark.

14135-8-1015-1018-December 5, 1781: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Reference to provisions, march and inhabitants. Names: James Montgomery, John Montgomery.

14136-8-1019-1022-December 5, 1781: Top document. Duplicate filming. George Rogers Clark order to issue horse shoes and nails for horses of Col. John Montgomery and Major Thomas Quirk. Names: Daniel Whiten.

14137-8-1019-1022-December 6, 1781: Second document. Duplicate filming. Duck cloth issued. Names: Samuel Montgomery, John Montgomery.

14138-8-1019-1022-December 5, 1781: Third document. Duplicate filming. George Rogers Clark order to Fort Nelson to issue a sling? for use of Capt. Isaac Taylor.

14139-8-1019-1022-December 6, 1781: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. George Rogers Clark order to issue a hat to Sergeant Matthews.

14140-8-1023-1024-December ?, 1781: Top document. Names: Daniel Whiten, John Montgomery, Martin Carney, Capt. Isaac Taylor.

14141-8-1023-1024-December 5, 1781: Second document. Faded. Names: John Montgomery, Daniel Whiten.

14142-8-1023-1024-December 3, 1781: Third document. Faded. Names: Capt. Richard Brashear, George Rogers Clark.

14143-8-1023-1024-December 5, 1781: Bottom document. George Rogers Clark order to issue 3 horses to Col. Montgomery for use of himself and 2 officers.

14144-8-1025-1026-December ?, 1781: Top document. Faded. Certification of expenses in service of Jefferson County. Unable to read names.

14145-8-1025-1026-December 5, 1781: Second document on left. Capt. Richard Brashear order to furnish James Hillebrand [Hellebrand] with a good rifle gun. Names: Capt. Thomas Quirk, James Davison.

14146-8-1025-1026-December 8, 1781: Third document on right. Capt. Thomas Quirk order to Bland Ballard to issue 3 pounds of tobacco to James Berwick. Names: Zephaniah Blackford, William Shannon.

14147-8-1025-1026-December ?, 1781: Bottom document. Capt. Thomas Quirk to issue nails to Negro George.

14148-8-1027-1030-December 8, 1781: Top document. Duplicate filming. Fort Nelson issued 3 pounds of ammunition for the six pounder and a port of fire. Names: Capt. Robert George, Sergeant Charles Morgan.

14149-8-1027-1030-December 1, 1781: Second document. Duplicate filming. State of Virginia account with Captain John Williams service as a captain in the Illinois battalion commanded by George Rogers Clark.

14150-8-1027-1030-December ?, 1781: Bottom document. Faded. Duplicate filming. Names: Capt. Thomas Quirk.

14151-8-1031-1032-December 3, 1781: Top document. Capt. Thomas Quirk order to Fort Nelson to issue an orderly book, a quire of paper, and a tent to the sergeant major Michael Miles.

14152-8-1031-1032-December 14, 1781: Second document. Capt. Thomas Quirk order to Fort Nelson to issue beef and flour to Neal Dogherty.

14153-8-1031-1032-December 10, 1781: Third document. Fort Nelson issued a tent. Names: Capt. John Baley, Capt. Thomas Quirk, Sergeant Edward Parkison.

14154-8-1031-1032-December 9, 1781: Bottom document. Fort Nelson issued 2 cruppers and 3 surcingle [strap] for horses. Names: Major George Walls, George Rogers Clark.

14155-8-1033-1034-December 12, 1781: Top document. George Rogers Clark order to issue cloth for overalls for a soldier in Capt. [Robert] George co. Names: Patrick Mares.

14156-8-1033-1034-December 13, 1781: Second document. Fort Nelson issued cloth for a pair of leggings and a worsted cape for James Sherlock. Names: Bland Ballard.

14157-8-1033-1034-December 10, 1781: Third document. Capt. Thomas Quirk order to Fort Nelson to issue powder and lead for Andrew Scott.

14158-8-1035-1036-December 6, 1781: Top document. George Rogers Clark order to issue powder and lead for John Williams.

14159-8-1035-1036-December 6, 1781: Second document. Powder issued. Names: Capt. Thomas Quirk, Capt. Richard Brashear, Samuel Trigs.

14160-8-1035-1036-December 11, 1781: Third document. Paper issued. Names: William Elms.

14161-8-1035-1036-December 9, 1781: Bottom left document. Capt. Thomas Quirk order to issue a pair of shoes for artificer at Fort Nelson. Names: ?. George.

14162-8-1035-1036-December 16, 1781: Bottom right document. Fort Nelson issued powder and lead for men in Capt. [Robert] George co. Names: Capt. Richard Brashear, Capt. Thomas Quirk.

14163-8-1037-1040-December 10, 1781: Top document. Duplicate filming. Powder and lead issued to Capt. Gerault. Names: Capt. Thomas Quirk.

14164-8-1037-1040-December 10, 1781: Second document on left. Duplicate filming. Fort Vincent issued a rifle to soldier Abraham Shiteau? Names: John Williams, George Rogers Clark.

14165-8-1037-1040-December 10, 1781: Third document on right. Duplicate filming. Powder issued for 4

14165-8-1037-1040-December 10, 1781-Continued: men going on command to Fort Vincent. Names: John Williams, George Rogers Clark.

14166-8-1037-1040-December 11, 1781: Fourth document. Duplicate filming. Fort Nelson issued paper to the commissary of military store. Names: Capt. Thomas Quirk, Zephaniah Blackford.

14167-8-1037-1040-December 9, 1781: Fifth document. Duplicate filming. Jackets or coats issued to Capt. [John] Baley and Capt. [Edward] Worthington. Names: George Rogers Clark, Bland Ballard, Moses Lunsford.

14168-8-1041-1042-December 14, 1781: Top document. George Rogers Clark order to Fort Nelson to issue powder and lead to William Shannon.

14169-8-1041-1042-December 14, 1781: Second document. George Rogers Clark order to Bland Ballard at Fort Nelson to issue powder and lead to James Hellebrant.

14170-8-1041-1042-December 11, 1781: Third document on left. Fort Nelson issued a pair of leggings, shirt and hat for a sergeant. Names: Capt. Robert George, Capt. Thomas Quirk,

14171-8-1041-1042-December 6, 1781: Fourth document on right. Fort Nelson issued ammunition. Names: Capt. Thomas Quirk, Sergeant Charles Morgan.

14172-8-1041-1042-December 11, 1781: Fifth document. Faded. Names: Capt. Richard Brashear, Capt. Thomas Quirk.

14173-8-1043-1044-December 14, 1781: Top left document. Fort Nelson issued 2 rifle guns for 2 men of Capt. Robert George co. Names: Buckner Pittman.

14174-8-1043-1044-December 14, 1781: Top right document. Fort Nelson issued powder and lead to Sergeant Matthews. Names: Capt. Robert George.

14175-8-1043-1044-December 13, 1781: Third document. Reference ot prisoner of wars on parole and tent. Names: Dominick Flanigen.

14176-8-1043-1044-December 14, 1781: Bottom left document. Fort Nelson issued a rifle gun to Sergeant Matthews of Capt. Robert George co.

14177-8-1043-1044-December 12, 1781: Bottom right document. Faded. Fort Nelson issued paper to Page Portwood. Names: George Rogers Clark.

14178-8-1045-1048-December 7, 1781: Top document. Duplicate filming. Names: Capt. John Kerney, Martin Carney, Bland Ballard.

14179-8-1045-1048-December ?, 1781: Second document. Duplicate filming. Names: George Rogers Clark.

14180-8-1045-1048-December ?, 1781: Third document on left. Duplicate filming. Incomplete. Names: James Berwick.

14181-8-1045-1048-December 14, 1781: Fourth document on right. Duplicate filming. Incomplete. Sugar.

14182-8-1045-1048-December ?, 1781: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Rations of flour and beef. Names: Ensign [William] Roberts.

14183-8-1049-1052-December 12, 1781: Top document. Duplicate filming. Capt. John Baley order to Fort Nelson to issue 4 shirts, 7 hats, 2 pairs of shoes, 15 yards of cloth, 2 coats, and 1 pair of britches for use of his company.

14184-8-1049-1052-December 8, 1781: Second document. Duplicate filming. George Rogers Clark order to issue 500 pounds of salt to Major John Williams.

14185-8-1049-1052-December 21, 1781: Third document. Duplicate filming. George Rogers Clark order to Fort Nelson to issue a pound of powder and 2 pounds of lead to Patt Marr.

14186-8-1049-1052-December ?, 1781: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Faded. Names: Capt. John Baley, Capt. Thomas Quirk.

14187-8-1053-1054-December 4, 1781: Top document. Flour and salt. Names: Rice Bullock, Sam Wilson.

14188-8-1053-1054-December 25, 1781: Second document on left. Faded. Flour and salt ration issued for Capt. Thomas Quirk at Fort Nelson.

14189-8-1053-1054-December 25, 1781: Third document on right. Powder and lead issued. Names: George Rogers Clark.

14190-8-1053-1054-December 26, 1781: Bottom document. Faded. Names: Capt. Thomas Quirk.

14191-8-1055-1056-December 14, 1781: Top document. Faded. Unable to read.

14192-8-1055-1056-December 5, 1781: Second document. Capt. John Kerney order for mess ration of flour, salt and beef for 2 officers.

14193-8-1055-1056-December ?, 1781: Bottom document. Faded. Names: Lieut. Col. John Montgomery.

14194-8-1057-1058-December 31, 1781: Top document. Ration of flour issued for Patt Kennedy, Will Shannon and a boy going on command.

14195-8-1057-1058-December 24, 1781: Second document. Fort Nelson issued flour for 4 sick men of Capt. [Isaac] Taylor in the hospital. Names: Joseph Calvit, Capt. Richard Brashear.

14196-8-1057-1058-December 21, 1781: Bottom document. Faded. Unable to read except for word "soldier".

14197-8-1059-1060-December 30, 1781: Top document. Capt. Thomas Quirk order to issue 146 pounds of flour to exchange for butter for use of the garrison.

14198-8-1059-1060-December 2, 1781: Second document. Major George Walls issue beef, salt and flour. Names: Rice Bullock, Joseph Hensil.

14199-8-1059-1060-December 18, 1781: Bottom document. Faded. Rations issued for 4 wagoners, who were transporting ? from Winchester for General George Rogers Clark.

14200-8-1061-1062-December 5, 1781: Top document. Fort Nelson issued rations for a man of Capt. [Mark] Thomas company. Names: George Rogers Clark.

14201-8-1061-1062-December 25, 1781: Second document. Fort Nelson issued double rations of flour for 4 sick men of Capt. [Isaac] Taylor in the hospital. Names: Capt. John Baley, Joseph Calvit.

14202-8-1061-1062-December 12, 1781: Bottom document. Fort Nelson issued 2 pairs of shoes, a shirt, 6 hats, 4 pairs of overalls and 2 coats. Names: Capt. Thomas Quirk, Capt. Richard Brashear.

14203-8-1063-1065-December 9, 1781: Top document. A bridle, surcingle, and crupper were issued to Rice Bullock. Names: George Rogers Clark.

14204-8-1063-1065-December 9, 1781: Second document. George Rogers Clark order to issue flour and beef to Mr. Mordock.

14205-8-1066-1067-December 17, 1781: Top document. Faded. Joseph Crockett regiment.

14206-8-1066-1067-December 5, 1781: Second document. Fort Nelson issued ration of beef, salt and flour for company of Capt. Benjamin Roberts.

14207-8-1066-1067-December 9, 1781: Third document. Ensign Rice Bullock order for flour.

14208-8-1068-1070-December 12, 1781: Top document. Capt. Thomas Quirk order to issue 4 day ration of beef and flour for 19 men of Col. Crockett regiment.

14209-8-1068-1070-December 9, 1781: Second document. Capt. Thomas Quirk order to Fort Nelson for ration of beef, flour and salt.

14210-8-1068-1070-December 18, 1781: Bottom document. Capt. Thomas Quirk order to issue powder and lead for party going after enemy savages [indians].

14211-8-1071-1072-December 13, 1781: Top left document. Capt. John Baley order to Fort Nelson to issue flour and salt for a man of his company.

14212-8-1071-1072-December 15, 1781: Top right document. Capt. Thomas Quirk order to Fort Nelson to issue ammunition for 8 men of Capt. Richard Brashear co.

14213-8-1071-1072-December ?, 1781: Third document on left. Faded. Names: Joseph Calvit, Capt. Thomas Quirk.

14214-8-1071-1072-December 18, 1781: Fourth document on right. Capt. Thomas Quirk order Mr. Ballard at Fort Nelson to issue 1 hat.

14215-8-1071-1072-December 17, 1781: Bottom document. George Rogers Clark order to issue a hat and leather for shoes to Capt. [Leonard] Helm.

14216-8-1073-1074-December 17, 1781: Top document. Faded. Flour ration for sick of Col. Crockett regiment.

14217-8-1073-1074-December 10, 1781: Second document on left. Capt. Thomas Quirk order to issue 3 axes for use of Capt. Robert George co.

14218-8-1073-1074-December 17, 1781: Third document on right. Names: Capt. Thomas Quirk, Capt. Robert George, Bland Ballard.

14219-8-1073-1074-December 12, 1781: Bottom left document. Fort Nelson issued flour for 5 sick men of Capt. [Isaac] Taylor co. Names: Joseph Calvit.

14220-8-1073-1074-December 14, 1781: Bottom right document. Capt. John Baley order to Fort Nelson to issue a tent for use of 4 men of his company.

BOX 638

FOLDER 140A-VOUCHERS-DECEMBER 1781

FRAMES #1075-1201

201 documents filmed on 126 frames.

14221-8-1076-1079-December 4, 1781: Duplicate filming. George Rogers Clark certified salary and subsistence pay for John Gerault, who served as translator and interpreter for the French and English [languages] from July 6, 1778 to December 4, 1781 for 837 days. Note signed by Benjamin Farrison for Virginia Council on June 18, 1782.

14222-8-1080-1081-December 4, 1781: George Rogers Clark certified salary and subsistence pay for John Gerualt, who served as translator and interpreter for the French and English [languages] from July 6, 1788 to December 4, 1781.

Note signed by Benjamin Farrison for Virginia Council on June 18, 1782. This document appears to be a duplicate prepared by George Rogers Clark and has identical content as in Document #14221 but portions of the page is missing.

14223-8-1082-1083-December 26, 1781: Top document. Capt. Thomas Quirk order for rations for a woman and 3 children.

14224-8-1082-1083-December 26, 1781: Second document. Capt. Thomas Quirk order to issue 90 pounds of flour to exchange for butter for the use of the garrison.

14225-8-1082-1083-December 21, 1781: Third document. Fort Nelson issued 9 pounds of flour to J. F. Moore.

14226-8-1082-1083-December 9, 1781: Bottom document. Major George Walls at Fort Nelson issued 3 pounds of shoe thread and 6 bags to Bland Ballard.

14227-8-1084-1085-December 23, 1781: Top document. Capt. Thomas Quirk order to Zephaniah Blackford at Fort Nelson to issue a pair of stirrup irons, a bridle bit and a sword belt to Martin Carney.

14228-8-1084-1085-December 23, 1781: Second document. Capt. Thomas Quirk order to Fort Nelson to issue a large pad lock to ? Gerault.

14229-8-1084-1085-December 25, 1781: Third document. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Nelson to issue ammunition.

14230-8-1084-1085-December ?, 1781: Bottom document. George Rogers Clark order for paper.

14231-8-1086-1087-December 25, 1781: Top document. Capt. John Baley order to Fort Nelson to issue double rations of flour to sick soldiers of Col. Joseph Crockett.

14232-8-1086-1087-December 26, 1781: Second document. Capt. Richard Brashear order to Fort Nelson to issue 7 day rations for a soldier of Col. Crockett who was going home.

14233-8-1086 -1087-December 18, 1781: Third document. Capt. John Baley order to Fort Nelson to issue tobacco for 7 sick men of Col. Crockett's regiment. Names: Bland Ballard.

14234-8-1088-1089-December 23, 1781: Top document. Capt. Thomas Quirk order to Fort Nelson to issue leather for 6 horse men, who attended General [George Rogers Clark].

14235-8-1088-1089-December 21, 1781: Second document. Capt. Thomas Quirk order to issue double ration of flour for sick soldiers of Col. Crockett's regiment.

14236-8-1088-1089-December 26, 1781: Third document. Rations issued for men of Capt. [Mark] Thomas co. Names: Joseph Saunders, George Slaughter.

14237-8-1088-1089-December 27, 1781: Bottom document. Capt. Gerault order for stirrup irons and bridle bit. Verso of document is a rank and file listing for sick, drummer.

14238-8-1090-1091-December 24, 1781: Top document. Capt. Thomas Quirk order for rations for a wash woman and 3 children.

14239-8-1090-1091-December ?, 1781: Second document. Will Shannon order to Bland Ballard to issue powder for pack horse men.

14240-8-1090-1091-December ?, 1781: Third document. Capt. Heth order for powder and lead.

14241-8-1090-1091-December ?, 1781: Bottom document. James Finn order for powder and lead.

14242-8-1092-1093-December ?, 1781: Top left document. Incomplete. Certification of a boat being received by Capt. John Bailey.

14243-8-1092-1093-December ?, 1781: Top right document. Incomplete. Troops.

14244-8-1092-1093-December 21, 1781: Third document on left. Capt. John Bailey order to issue powder.

14245-8-1092-1093-November 21, 1781: Fourth document on right. Capt. John Baley order at Ohio River to issue powder to Hace? of the militia.

14246-8-1092-1093-December 17, 1781: Fifth document. Faded. Names: Capt. John Baley.

14247-8-1092-1093-December ?, 1781: Bottom document. Coarse linen issued to make bags for flour. Names: George Rogers Clark, James Berwick.

14248-8-1094-1095-December 14, 1781: Top document. Fort Nelson issued a bushel of corn to Capt. Gerault.

14249-8-1094-1095-December 25, 1781: Second document. Faded. Rations issued for Capt. [Mark] Thomas co.

14250-8-1094-1095-December 26, 1781: Third document on left. Rations issued. Names: Joseph Saunders.

14251-8-1094-1095-December ?, 1781: Fourth document on right. Faded. Capt. John Baley order to issue powder to John Vaughan and Joseph Ross.

14252-8-1094-1095-December 13, 1781: Bottom document. Capt. Thomas Quirk order to Zephaniah Blackford at Falls of Ohio to issue powder and lead to Patrick Kennedy.

14253-8-1096-1097-December 17, 1781: Top document. Fort Nelson issued 4 day rations for 5 of Capt. [Isaac] Taylor's men, who were in the hospital. Names: Joseph Calvit, Capt. Thomas Quirk.

14254-8-1096-1097-December 4, 1781: Second document. Capt. Thomas Quirk order to issue a tent for use of hospital at Fort Nelson.

14255-8-1096-1097-December 11, 1781: Third document. Capt. Thomas Quirk order to Fort Nelson to issue a rifle to French interpreter James Sherlock.

14256-8-1096-1097-December 3, 1781: Bottom document. Fort Nelson issued 10 day provisions for a sick man at the Spring Station. Names: Capt. Robert George, George Rogers Clark.

14257-8-1098-1099-December 13, 1781: Top document. George Wilson at Fort Nelson issued 44 bushels of salt contained in 15 barrels to ? Gerault for use of troops.

14258-8-1098-1099-December 11, 1781: Second document. George Grenridy? certified Major George Walls left a white horse at his home and that it was dead.

14259-8-1098-1099-December 9, 1781: Third document on left. Fort Jefferson issued taffia to friendly indians. Names: Leonard Helm., Capt. Robert George.

14260-8-1098-1099-December 9, 1781: Fourth document on right. Thomas Walls request to issue 50 pounds of flour and 20 pounds of beef for use of Major [George] Walls mess.

14261-8-1098-1099-December 12, 1781: Bottom document. Fort Nelson issued tobacco to Dominick Flannigan, who was a prisoner of war. Names: Capt. Thomas Quirk.

14262-8-1100-1101-December 9, 1781: Top document. Fort Nelson issued ration of flour and salt for 17 men and 2 women of Capt. Robert George's company. Names: Capt. Thomas Quirk, George Willson.

14263-8-1100-1101-December 6, 1781: Second document. Capt. Thomas Young order for 20 pounds of flour and 8 and 1/2 pounds of beef for his mess.

14264-8-1100-1101-December 10, 1781: Third document. Capt. Thomas Quirk order to issue 12 day ration of flour to Andrew Scott.

14265-8-1100-1101-December 10, 1781: Fourth document. Capt. Thomas Quirk order to issue a jacket to Andrew Scott, who was going to the settlement.

14266-8-1100-1101-December 10, 1781: Bottom document. Capt. Thomas Quirk order to issue 2 axes to cut wood for the sick.

14267-8-1102-1104-December 6, 1781: Top document. Flour issued for Col. Montgomery's mess. Names: Capt. Isaac Taylor.

14268-8-1102-1104-December 3, 1781: Second document. Duplicate filming. Fort Nelson issued flour for use of 8 men of Ensign William Roberts company.

14269-8-1102-1104-December 8, 1781: Bottom document. Capt. Isaac Taylor request for 30 pounds of beef

14269-8-1102-1104-December 8, 1781-Continued: to be issued for Col. Montgomery and 3 officers, who were marching to Holston River.

14270-8-1105-1107-December 10, 1781: Top document. Duplicate filming. Powder issued to Martin Carney.

14271-8-1105-1107-December 7, 1781: Second document. Duplicate filming. Salt issued for mess of Capt. Thomas Young.

14272-8-1105-1107-December ?, 1781: Third document on left. Duplicate filming. Incomplete. No words.

14273-8-1105-1107-December 5, 1781: Fourth document on right. Duplicate filming. Beef, flour and salt issued for mess of Capt. Thomas Young. Names: George Ron.

14274-8-1105-1107-December 6, 1781: Fifth document. Duplicate filming. Forty pounds of flour issue for mess of Capt. Thomas Young. Names: George Ron.

14275-8-1108-1110-December 6, 1781: Top document. Duplicate filming. Jacket issued. Names: George Rogers Clark.

14276-8-1108-1110-December 4, 1781: Second document. Duplicate filming. Ensign Samuel Green request for a pint of salt for Capt. [Thomas] Young's mess.

14277-8-1108-1110-December 7, 1781: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Ensign William Roberts request to Fort Nelson for salt.

14278-8-1111-1114-December 7, 1781: Top document. Duplicate filming. Beef issued for mess of Capt. Thomas Young.

14279-8-1111-1114-December 6, 1781: Second document. Duplicate filming. Bland Ballard issued tobacco for use of Capt. Isaac Taylor. Names: Lieut. Col. John Montgomery.

14280-8-1111-1114-December 7, 1781: Third document. Duplicate filming. Beef issued for mess of Lieut. Col. John Montgomery. Names: Capt. Isaac Taylor.

14281-8-1115-1118-December ?, 1781: Top document. Duplicate filming. Flour and beef issued for mess of Col. Crockett. Names: Ensign Hugh McGavock.

14282-8-1115-1118-December 16, 1781: Second document. Duplicate filming. Faded. Fort Jefferson issued shoes, linen, gilt buttons, silk and mohair to Capt. Robert George.

14283-8-1115-1118-December 10, 1781: Third document. Duplicate filming. Faded. Fort Jefferson issued cloth to James Sherlock.

14284-8-1115-1118-December 5, 1781: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. John Williams request for 10 day ration of flour and beef.

14285-8-1119-1122-December 13, 1781: Top document. Duplicate filming. Fort Jefferson issued taffia for friendly indians. Names: Leonard Helm.

14286-8-1119-1122-December 13, 1781: Second document. Duplicate filming. Fort Jefferson issued taffia for use of sick family of Charles Owens. Names: Capt. Robert George.

14287-8-1119-1122-December 17, 1781: Third document on left. Faded. Duplicate filming. Coffee ration. Names: Capt. Robert George.

14288-8-1119-1122-December ?, 1781: Fourth document on right. Faded. Duplicate filming. Incomplete. Rations.

14289-8-1119-1122-December ?, 1781: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Faded. Names: Capt. Robert George.

14290-8-1123-1124-December 25, 1781: Top document. Fort Nelson issued rations. Names: Capt. Robert George.

14291-8-1123-1124-December 17, 1781: Second document on left. Capt. John Rogers order at Kaskaskia to issue a piroague [dug out canoe] to John Gilland and load it with rations for relief of Fort Jefferson. Names: Capt. John Dodge.

14292-8-1123-1124-December 18, 1781: Third document on right. Fort Nelson issued sugar. Names: Capt. Robert George, Capt. John Baley.

14293-8-1123-1124-December ?, 1781: Fourth document. Faded. Fort Nelson.

14294-8-1123-1124-December 21, 1781: Bottom document. Capt. Thomas Quirk order to Fort Nelson to issue 20 pounds of flour to Mrs. Asher.

14295-8-1125-1126-December 18, 1781: Top document. George Rogers Clark orders to issue 102 pounds of flour to Mrs. Mordock.

14296-8-1125-1126-December 24, 1781: Second document on left. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Jefferson to issue 13 gills of taffia for 13 soldiers.

14297-8-1125-1126-December 20, 1781: Third document on right. Ensign Laurence Slaughter order to Fort Jefferson for half a gallon of rum.

14298-8-1125-1126-December 24, 1781: Fourth document. Fort Nelson issued beef and thread to Capt. Robert George.

14299-8-1127-1129-December 24, 1781: Top document. Duplicate filming. Capt. Thomas Quirk order for flour for prisoner of war.

14300-8-1127-1129-December 25, 1781: Second document on left. Duplicate filming. Capt. John Baley order to Fort Nelson to issue a cartridge to the gunner for use on Christmas Day.

14301-8-1127-1129-December ?, 1781: Third document on right. Duplicate filming. Ensign William Roberts order for sugar.

14302-8-1127-1129-December 25, 1781: Fourth document. Duplicate filming. George Rogers Clark order to Fort Nelson military store. Names: Buckner Pittman.

14303-8-1130-1131-December 9, 1781: Top document. Martin Carney order to Capt. Gerault at Fort Nelson to issue 10 pounds of tallow for himself and Major Quirk.

14304-8-1130-1131-December 22, 1781: Second document. Fort Nelson issued 20 pounds of tobacco for use of Thomas Quirk.

14305-8-1130-1131-December 31, 1781: Third document. Capt. Richard Brashear order to issue a double ration of flour for 12 sick men of Col. Crockett's regiment.

14306-8-1132-1133-December 31, 1781: Top document. Faded. Rations issued to William Pritchett. Names: Capt. Robert George.

14307-8-1132-1133-December 25, 1781: Second document. Fort Nelson issued a cartridge of powder to use in the six pounder [gun] for that evening. Names: Thomas Quirk.

14308-8-1132-1133-December 24, 1781: Third document. A musket, bayonet, belt and cartridge box issued. Names: Colen Brown, Capt. Gerault, Zephaniah Blackford.

14309-8-1132-1133-December 23, 1781: Bottom document. Fort Nelson issue a surcingle, crupper, leather to make a bridle and stirrups for Martin Carney. Names: Thomas Quirk.

14310-8-1134-December 31, 1781: Top document. Lieut. Joseph Calvit order to Fort Nelson to issue 46 pounds of flour, 50 pounds of beef, 3 gills of salt and 6 pounds of tallow for use during the month.

14311-8-1134-December 31, 1781: Second document. Capt. John Baley was issued leather. Names: Bland Ballard, Thomas Quirk.

14312-8-1134-December 31, 1781: Bottom left document. Thread and shallon issued to Major Thomas Quirk.

14313-8-1134-December 31, 1781: Bottom right document. A hat, tent, leather, thread, shallon, tobacco, crupper, bushel of corn, 200 nails, and duck cloth issued to Major Thomas Quirk.

14314-8-1135-1136-December 31, 1781: Top document. Tallow, flour, beef and salt issued to Lieut. Calvit.

14315-8-1135-1136-December 31, 1781: Second document. Leather issued to Capt. John Baley.

14316-8-1135-1136-December 31, 1781: Third document. Leather for a pair of shoes, 3 and 1/2 yards of white cloth, thread, and 7 yards of shallon issued to Major Thomas Quirk.

14317-8-1137-1138-December 30, 1781: Top document. Capt. James Gerault order to issue corn for Major [Thomas] Quirk.

14318-8-1137-1138-December 31, 1781: Second document. Fort Nelson commissary issued 113 pounds of flour, 42 pounds of beef and 9 gills of salt for use of Capt. John Baley mess for the month.

14319-8-1137-1138-December 31, 1781: Third document. Lieut. Jarret Williams was issued 126 pounds of flour, 46 pounds of beef and 23 gills of salt for use of his mess for the month.

14320-8-1137-1138-December 31, 1781: Bottom document. Capt. Richard Brashear order for 3 day ration for a prisoner belonging to the enemy.

14321-8-1139-1140-December ?, 1781: Top document. Whiskey issued. Names: Capt. Mark Thomas, George Slaughter, George Wilson.

14322-8-1139-1140-December 31, 1781: Second document on left. Major Thomas Quirk order for rations.

14323-8-1139-1140-December 25, 1781: Third document on right. George Rogers Clark order for use of the boy. Names: Pat Marr.

14324-8-1139-1140-December 24, 1781: Fourth document. Major Thomas Quirk order to issue a boat to Mr. Beard to transfer some effects to the salt works.

14325-8-1139-1140-December ?, 1781: Bottom left document. Patrick Henry received deer skins for his use.

14326-8-1139-1140-December 31, 1781: Bottom right document. Capt. John Girault order to issue 140 pounds of flour, 89 pounds of beef and a quart of salt for use of Major [Thomas] Quirk mess.

14327-8-1141-1142-December 26, 1781: Top document. George Slaughter order to issue rations for 23 men of Capt. Edward Worthington co.

14328-8-1141-1142-December ?, 1781: Second document on left. Incomplete. George [Wilson] issued 4 gallons of double [distilled whiskey].

14329-8-1141-1142-December ?, 1781: Third document on right. George Rogers Clark order to issue leather to make 2 pair of shoes and a pair of boots. Names: Major George Walls.

14330-8-1141-1142-December ?, 1781: Bottom left document. Incomplete. Capt. John Dodge paid by shallon for diet and portage to Ann Kemey?

14331-8-1141-1142-December 26, 1781: Bottom right document. Samuel Newell received a flat bottom boat, 6 oars and 1 steering oar form Coy Crag.

14332-8-1143-1146-December ?, 1781: Top document. Duplicate filming. State of Virginia account with Thomas Parkison for corn, beef and bacon. Names: John Caldwell.

14333-8-1143-1146-December 31, 1781: Second document on left. Duplicate filming. Fort Nelson issued 25 pound of beef for month use of Leonard Helm.

14334-8-1143-1146-December ?, 1781: Third document on right. Duplicate filming. Benjamin Wells issued 25 bushels of corn for use of Hans Hamilton's pack horses.

14335-8-1143-1146-December 31, 1781: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. George Wilson supplied 35 gallons of double distilled whiskey for use of the Purchasing Department. Names: James Moss?

14336-8-1147-1149-December 1, 1781: Top document. Duplicate filming. Falls of Ohio issued 10 day ration of flour, beef and salt for William Shannon. Names: John Donne.

14337-8-1147-1149-December 4, 1781: Second document on left. Duplicate filming. Mr. [George] Wilson issued 40 pounds of beef for family of General [George Rogers Clark]. Names: ?, Clark.

14338-8-1147-1149-December 31, 1781: Third document on right. Duplicate filming. Fort Nelson issued 50 pounds of flour, 12 pounds of tallow and 16 pounds of beef for month use of Bland Ballard.

14339-8-1147-1149-December 3, 1781: Fourth document. Duplicate filming. Ensign Hugh McGavock order to issue 20 pounds of flour for use of Col. Crockett.

14340-8-1150-1151-December 31, 1781: Top document. Flour and beef ration issued to Major John Williams.

14341-8-1150-1151-December 31, 1781: Second document. Beef, flour and salt ration issued by Fort Nelson to Lieut. Saunders.

14342-8-1150-1151-December 18, 1781: Third document. Fort Nelson issued thread. Names: Capt. John Baley, Thomas Quirk.

14343-8-1150-1151-December 18, 1781: Bottom document. Pair of leggings issued to Major Thomas Quirk.

14344-8-1152-1153-December 18, 1781: Top document. Fort Nelson issued flour and pork to Major Thomas Quirk.

14345-8-1152-1153-December 19, 1781: Second document. Powder and lead was issued to Zephaniah Blackford.

14346-8-1152-1153-December 3, 1781: Third document. George Rogers Clark order to issue flour and salt for use of the savages [indians].

14347-8-1152-1153-December 7, 1781: Bottom document. Fresh beef issued to Rice Bullock.

14348-8-1154-1155-December 13, 1781 Top document. George Willson issued 11 bushels of corn and a peck of salt at Fort Nelson to Lieut. J. Gerault for use of the state of Virginia.

14349-8-1154-1155-December 17, 1781: Second document. Major Thomas Quirk order at Fort Nelson to issue rations for a wash woman and 3 children.

14350-8-1154-1155-December 18, 1781: Third document. Major Thomas Quirk order for a gun to be issued to James Finn.

14351-8-1154-1155-December 7, 1781: Bottom document. Ensign Hugh McGavock to issue 5 pounds of flour and a quart of salt for his use.

14352-8-1156-1157-December 7, 1781: Top document. Capt. Mark Thomas order for rations 3 men, who had been on express.

14353-8-1156-1157-December ?, 1781: Second document. Mess rations for 3 officers of Lieut. Col. John Montgomery.

14354-8-1156-1157-December 9, 1781: Bottom left document. Ration of 15 pounds of flour issued to Ensign William Roberts.

14355-8-1156-1157-December 9, 1781: Bottom right document. Bland Ballard issued 3 pounds of tobacco to Major Thomas Quirk.

14356-8-1158-1159-December 7, 1781: Top document. Fort Nelson issued powder and lead. Names: Ensign William Roberts, Capt. Robert George.

14357-8-1158-1159-December 16, 1781: Second document. Fort Nelson issued powder and lead for use of Capt. Richard Brashear.

14358-8-1158-1159-December 16, 1781: Third document. Faded. Receipt from ? Madison.

14359-8-1158-1159-December 13, 1781: Bottom document. Major Thomas Quirk order to Fort Jefferson for rations for a parole.

14360-8-1160-1162-December 5, 1781: Top document. Duplicate filming. Major Thomas Quirk order to Fort Nelson to issue rations for 18 men and 2 washer women of Capt. Robert George Artillery co.

14361-8-1160-1162-December 20, 1781: Second document. Duplicate filming. Lieut. Gerault order to Fort Nelson to issue a bushel of corn for Major [Thomas] Quirk.

14362-8-1160-1162-December 13, 1781: Third document. Duplicate filming. Major Thomas Quirk order to make a pair of leggings and a worsted cape for Israel Dodge.

14363-8-1160-1162-December 16, 1781: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Major Thomas Quirk order to rations for 18 sick men of Col. Crockett company.

14364-8-1163-1164-December 12, 1781: Top document. Col. George Slaughter paid $100 to Jannet [Janet] Thomas for traveling expenses in Botetourt Co., [Virginia].

14365-8-1163-1164-December 26, 1781: Second document. Fort Nelson issued rations for a sick man in Capt. Richard Brashear co.

14366-8-1163-1164-December ?, 1781: Third document. Faded. Names: Major Thomas Quirk, Benn Pittman.

14367-8-1163-1164-December 26, 1781: Bottom document. Major Thomas Quirk order to Fort Nelson to issue a pair of bridle belts and a curry comb to Major More.

14368-8-1165-1166-December 26, 1781: Top document. Lieut. Gerault order to issue a bushel of corn to Major Thomas Quirk.

14369-8-1165-1166-December 26, 1781: Second document. Major Thomas Quirk order to Zephaniah Blackford to issue a horseman's sword and sling for his use.

14370-8-1165-1166-December 29, 1781: Third document. Bland Ballard at Fort Nelson issued a tent cloth for use of Major Thomas Quirk.

14371-8-1165-1166-December 28, 1781: Bottom document. Zephaniah Blackford issued a pair of bridle bells to Capt. John Baley.

14372-8-1167-1168-December 31, 1781: Top document. Major Thomas Quirk order to issue 5 day rations for Mrs. Asher's family of 6.

14373-8-1167-1168-December 26, 1781: Second document. Flour ration . Names: John Donne, Thomas Quirk.

14374-8-1167-1168-December 18, 1781: Bottom document. Major Thomas Quirk order to [Bland] Ballard at Fort Nelson to issue white [cloth] to make overalls for Sergeant William Crump of Capt. Richard Brashear company.

14375-8-1169-1171-December 26, 1781: Top left document. Duplicate filming. Major Thomas Quirk order to Zephaniah Blackford to issue a horseman sword for Lieut. Richard Clark.

14376-8-1169-1171-December 25, 1781: Top right document. Duplicate filming. Fort Nelson issue 12 day ration for Capt. Richard Brashear.

14377-8-1169-1171-December 26, 1781: Third document. Duplicate filming. Zephaniah Blackford at Fort Clark issued powder and lead for use of Capt. Richard Brashear co. Names: Major Thomas Quirk.

14378-8-1169-1171-December ?, 1781: Bottom left document. Duplicate filming. Incomplete. Pair of shoes issued to Patrick Kennedy. Names: Bland Ballard.

14379-8-1169-1171-December ?, 1781: Bottom right document. Duplicate filming. Incomplete. No words.

14380-8-1172-1174-December 15, 1781: Top document. Duplicate filming. Major Thomas Quirk order to issue duck cloth to William Elms. Names: ? Girault, Capt. Richard Brashear.

14381-8-1172-1174-December 11, 1781: Second document on left. Duplicate filming. Falls of Ohio issued flour ration to John Donne.

14382-8-1172-1174-December 17, 1781: Third document on right. Duplicate filming. Fort Nelson.

14383-8-1172-1174-December ?, 1781: Fourth document. Duplicate filming. Ration issued for a man going to the settlement from the Western Battalion. Names: Fort Nelson, Major Thomas Quirk.

14384-8-1172-1174-December 25, 1781: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Rations issued for 3 wagoners in service from Winchester to Illinois in the Western frontier.Names: Robert Cragen?

14385-8-1175-1176-December 26, 1781: Top document. Major Thomas Quirk order to County of Jefferson to issue powder to James Stephenson for use of the militia.

14386-8-1175-1176-December 25, 1781: Second document. Faded. Rations issued for 4 wagoners. Names: Robert Cragen?

14387-8-1175-1176-December 31, 1781: Bottom document. Rank and file list of rations issued by George Wilson. Items: whiskey, beef, flour. Names: William Shannon, Fort Nelson.

14388-8-1177-1179-December 31, 1781: Top document. Duplicate filming. State of Virginia account of Capt. Richard Brashear. Bounty money advanced to 26 recruits for three years or during the War at $750 per recruit. Premiums of $150 per recruit and land warrants of $750 for reach of 4 recruits. Total $24,000. Verso is recipts signed by Capt. Brashear for money issued by John Donne.

14389-8-1177-1179-December 2, 1781: Second document. Duplicate filming. Rations of 20 pounds of beef issued to Capt. Thomas Young.

14390-8-1177-1179-December 9, 1781: Bottom left document. Duplicate filming. Fort Nelson issued rations to Capt. Mark Thomas.

14391-8-1177-1179-December 17, 1781: Bottom right document. Duplicate filming. Capt. John Baley order to issue flour to indians.

14392-8-1180-1181-December 24, 1781: Top document. Faded. Flour and salt issued. Names: Major Thomas Quirk, Joseph Calvit.

14393-8-1180-1181-December 8, 1781: Second document on left. George Rogers Clark order to Fort Nelson to issue flour, beef and salt ration for 16 men and 2 washer women of Capt. Robert George Co. Names: Sergeant Charles Morgan.

14394-8-1180-1181-December 8, 1781: Third document on right. Rations issued for Major George Walls mess. Names: Rice Bullock.

14395-8-1180-1181-December 18, 1781: Bottom document. Capt. John Baley order to Fort Nelson to issue 2 pounds of powder for 3 of Col. Crockett's men, who were going to the settlement. Verso has reference to state of Virginia and Illinois Regiment.

14396-8-1182-1183-December 5, 1781: Top document. Incomplete. Rations issued for sick men of Major Thomas Quirk at Fort Nelson.

14397-8-1182-1183-December 8, 1781: Second document. Ten pounds of beef and flour issued for mess of Capt. John Kerney.

14398-8-1182-1183-December 5, 1781: Bottom document. Ensign Hugh McGavock order to issue 30 pounds of flour for mess of Col. Crockett.

14399-8-1184-1185-December 7, 1781: Top left document. Fort Nelson issued a cow hide for use of Col. Crockett regiment. Names: Ensign Hugh McGavock, George Rogers Clark.

14400-8-1184-1185-December 2, 1781: Top right document. Fort Nelson issued ration of beef, flour and salt to Joseph Saunders.

14401-8-1184-1185-December 8, 1781: Third document. Rations issued to a prisoner. Names: George Rogers Clark, ? Gerault. Unable to read a name.

14402-8-1184-1185-December ?, 1781: Bottom document. Rations for Col. Montgomery mess. Names: Daniel Whitten.

14403-8-1186-1187-December 4, 1781: Top document. Beef, flour and salt issued for mess of Joseph Calvit.

14404-8-1186-1187-December ?, 1781: Second document. Musket, bayonet, belt and cartridge box issued. Names: J. Gerault, Capt. Robert George.

14405-8-1186-1187-December 2, 1781: Bottom document. George Rogers Clark order at Fort Nelson to issue ration of flour and salt for 3 friendly indians and 1 man, who were Capt. John Baley's escort party from O' Post to Falls of Ohio. Names: Reuben Camp.

14406-8-1188-1189-December 21, 1781: Top document. Beef issued for mess of Capt. John Karney. Names: E. Ellis.

14407-8-1188-1189-December 7, 1781: Second document. Capt. John Kerney order for 20 pounds of flour for his mess.

14408-8-1188-1189-December 4, 1781: Third document. Fort Nelson issued rations for 3 officers and 2 bowmen of Capt. Robert George. Names: Capt. Richard Brashear.

14409-8-1190-1191-December ?, 1781: Top document. State of Virginia account with Major John Williams for bounty money. Original date July 28, 1778.

14410-8-1190-1191-December 7, 1781: Second document. Rations for Col. Crockett company. Names: George Rogers Clark, Ensign Hugh McGavock.

14411-8-1190-1191-December 1, 1781: Bottom document. Flour, beef and salt ration issued for 52 sick men at Fort Nelson. Names: Surgeon Charles Greer, George Rogers Clark, Henry Carbine.

14412-8-1192-1194-December 1, 1781: Top document. Duplicate filming. Fort Nelson issued 20 pounds of beef and flour for Lieut. Col. John Montgomery's mess. Names: Daniel Whitten.

14413-8-1192-1194-December 4, 1781: Second document. Duplicate filming. Bland Ballard issued tobacco for use of Capt. Robert George.

14414-8-1192-1194-December 1, 1781: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Joseph Crockett order for 10 pounds of flour for his mess. Names: John Young?

14415-8-1195-1197-December 2, 1781: Top document. Duplicate filming. Beef and salt issued for mess of Joseph Crockett. Names: Ensign Hugh McGavock, John Young?

14416-8-1195-1197-December ?, 1781: Second document. Duplicate filming. Eight barrels of rum? issued for use of Col. Joseph Crockett regiment on their march to Holston River. Names: Ensign Hugh McGavock, Capt. Robert George.

14417-8-1195-1197-Nov. 13, 1781: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. George Rogers Clark order to issue 10 bells to Capt. Madison for use of pack horses.

14418-8-1198-1199-December ?, 1781: Top document. Faded. Powder and lead issued to Leonard Helm.

14419-8-1198-1199-December 8, 1781: Bottom document. George Rogers Clark certified that a number of public barges were lost on the passage down the Ohio [River] from Fort Pitt to the Falls [of Ohio] in 1781 due to the desertion of the Monongalia Militia, who frequently went off in the night when the army was moving.

14420-8-1200-1201-December 13, 1781: Top document. George Willson at Fort Nelson issued 50 empty barrels and 4 pickling tubs to ? Gerault.

14421-8-1200-1201-December ?, 1781: Second document. Faded. Capt. John Baley order to Fort Nelson. Names: Major Thomas Quirk.

14422-8-1200-1201-December 24, 1781: Bottom document. State of [Virginia] account with Capt. Robert Todd for salary and subsistence from June 1, 1780 to December 24,1781.

BOX 638 FOLDER 141

ACCOUNTS-1781

FRAMES #1202-1290

30 documents filmed on 88 frames.

14223-8-1203-1026-Date? Faded. Duplicate filming. Names: Capt. [Abraham] Chapline, Unable to read many names.

14424-8-1207-1208-June 28, 1781: Faded. Inventory of stores received at sundry times by Major George Walls, Quartermaster General for Western Expedition. Names: Joseph Parkison, Col. Zack Morgan, John Wiant. References to Stewarts Crossing, Boat yard at George Creek, wagoners. Some items listed: falling axes, water buckets, grindstones, mill stone, gimlets, caulking irons, broad ax, mallets, hammers, augers, drawing knives, tar, bags, sword belts, 68 white shirts, 27 swords, paper, camp kettles.

14425-8-1209-1211-August 13, 1781: Faded. Account of Military store issues of ? Moore. Type of item listed and to whom issued. Some 14 different items were listed but could only identify powder, lead, shells, cartridges, bayonets, cannon cartridges. Names: Capt. Asher, ? Berwick, William Christy, Philip Ravenscraft, James Sullivan, Capt. Bruce, Capt. Farrel, ? Sherlock, Ensign Thomas Walls, Capt. Morgan, Lieut. Perault, Garnett Smith, Henry Barnes, ? Fulton. Unable to read many names

14426-8-1212-1213-August 1, 1781: Faded. Appears to be invoice of Mr. Thomas Bentley sent to David Ross at Richmond, [Virginia]. Reference to expenditure for tobacco, Thomas Walls, government of Virginia, Falls of Rappahannock River.

14427-8-1214-1215-July 21, 1781: Faded. Reference to presentation of Thomas Bentley's invoice [Document 14426] to Council of [Virginia]. Names: George Rogers Clark, Mr. Bruce?, Thomas Nelson, Jr.

14428-8-1216-1217-August 13, 1781: No. 50. Commonwealth of Virginia account to James Galloway for provisions furnished for use of troops to Capt. William Shannon, Commissary General. Entries dated May 30, 1781 through August 1, 1781 for supplying 463 pounds of [dried] beef, 15 and 1/2 bushels of corn, 505 pounds of pickled beef, 31 and 1/2 pounds of butter and cheese and 53 pounds of ? beef.

14429-8-1218-1219-August 3, 1781: Payments made by John Dodge at Winchester, [Virginia] for travel expenses of indians from Richmond, Virginia to Pittsburgh, Penn. Names: Sergeant Robert Wood.

14430-8-1220-1221-August 3, 1781: Payments made at Winchester, Virginia for horses and guns and 1 gun given to Indian chief. Names: John Dodge, James Bowie, Pittsburgh, Penn.

14431-8-1222-1223-August 5, 1781: State of Virginia account with Monsieur Carbonneaux for salt and corn supplied at Kaskaskia. Names: John Girault, Richard Winston.

14432-8-1224-1225-August 10, 1781: Faded. State of Virginia account with John Pratt, who furnished Lieut. Perualt with sundry items.

14433-8-1226-1229-December 13, 1781: Duplicate filming. Account of Thomas Bentley with David Ross, commercial agent for Virginia. Certificates issued at Falls of James River, Falls of Appomattox River, Falls of Rappahannock River, Dumpries, Bowlers, Jobs Hole. Names: Henry Young, L. Nathan, treasurer.

14434-8-1230-1232-June 27, 1781: Duplicate filming. Account of Daniel Clark with David Ross, commercial agent for Virginia. Reference to certificates, tobacco.Names: Peter Whiteside.

14435-8-1233-1237-August 14, 1781: Duplicate filming. State of Virginia account with Lieut. Gerault. Items supplied were pork, indian corn, flour, muskets, deer skins,

14435-8-1233-1237-August 14, 1781-Continued: horses, gun powder, pack saddles, knives, bear skins, taffia, ferry service, bags, cooper camp kettle, rum, hogs, salt beef, bear meat, buffalo tongues, biscuits, tobacco, flints, ammunition, liquor, utensils. Reference to taffia for indians, ammunition for purpose of firing cannon for rejoice of taking Pensacola by the Spaniards, escort of indians from Fort Vincent, liquor used for officers, horses and mares delivered to Capt. [John] Baley at Fort Vincennes, march of troops, Falls of Ohio.

14436-8-1238-1239-August 10, 1781: State of Virginia account with Charles Charleville. Names: Lieut. Gerault.,

14437-8-1240-1241-July 21, 1781: Duplicate filming. Order of [Virginia] Council concerning accounts of Thomas Bentley. Names: Thomas Nelson.

14438-8-1242-1243-July 27, 1781: Top document. Faded. Expenditures for sundry items. Cannot identify any special item.

14439-8-1242-1243-August 20, 1781: Bottom document. Faded. State of Virginia account with Benjamin Fields. Expenditures for express, ferriage, diets in Yohogania County. Reference to Stewards Crossing, George Rogers Clark and John Crittenden.

14440-8-1244-1246-August 30, 1781: Duplicate filming. Faded. Abstract of provisions issued by Bland Ballard from May 1, 1780 to August 30, 1781. Provisions issued for forage, beef, indian meal, corn, salt, whiskey, bacon, powder, lead and ammunition. Names: George Rogers Clark, Fort Nelson.

14441-8-1247-1258-July 30, 1781: Very faded. Duplicate filming. Audit of Thomas Bentley bills. Another date of December 13, 1781 is given. John Montgomery certified. Reference to lost boat-8-1250. Difficult to read any of the entries.

14442-8-1259-1261-Years 1781 and 1782: Inventory of issues listed in Major [George] Walls Quartermaster books for 1781 and 1782. Faded. Unable to read.

14443-8-1262-1263-August 3, 1781: Top document. Major George Walls issued corn forage for 3 horses at Fort [Patrick] Henry to Dorsey Pentecort.

14444-8-1262-1263-August 3, 1781: Bottom document. Major George Walls issued corn forage for 2 horses of Col. William McClarey at Fort [Patrick] Henry.

14445-8-1264-1267-August 1, 1781: No. 4. Duplicate filming. Faded. Expenditures due Charles Bradford.

14446-8-1268-1272-August 18, 1781: Duplicate filming. Sundry bills of John Dodge. Entries from January 8, 1781 to August 18, 1781. Items: Whiskey, travel expenses, forage, indian expenses, saddle bags, whiskey for indians, mohair for indians, corn, provisions for indians, provisions for guards, John Dodge's traveling expenses with indians, express, indian department, horses.

14447-8-1273-1274-November 3, 1781: No. 23. Vouchers of Benjamin Fields. Travel expenses from Falls of Ohio. Unable to read entries.

14448-8-1275-1276-August 28, 1771: Rations issued artificers employed in the Quartermaster's Department at Louisville. Listed by name, trade or employment, time of entry and remarks. Document signed by Major George Walls and William Anderson, Master Artificer. Names: William Anderson, Master Artificer, July 3, 1781; Joseph Cochran, carpenter; William Clark, left on command to islands, August 9, 1781; William Heath; Joshua Armstrong; Thomas Smith; Henry Burgess; William McPherson; Henry Barnes. Artificers were carpenters, blacksmiths, and coopers.

14449-8-1277-1278-August 15, 1781: No. 51. State of Virginia account with James Wright for sundry services performed for Capt. William Shannon, Commissary General in Jefferson County. Services: cutting up and salt curing of beef on Brashear's Creek and cartage of salt from Bullits [Bullett] Lick. Receipt signed by James Wright and John Donne at Falls of Ohio.

14450-8-1279-1282-August 1, 1781: Duplicate filming. State of Virginia account with Thomas Bentley. Payment by certificates at Falls of Rapahannock, Dupries, Howlser, Appomattox Falls.

14451-8-1283-1284-August 18, 1781: Faded. Expenses of George Slaughter. References to Richmond, Virginia, diets, corn, hay.

14452-8-1285-1288-August ?, 1781: Duplicate filming. Wine issues from August 1781 not entered in the store book. Names: Capt. [Abraham] Kellar, family of General [George Rogers Clark], Capt. [Robert] George.

14453-8-1289-1290-August 13, 1781: No. 49. Commonwealth of Virginia account with William Galloway and William Mitchell for provisions furnished to Capt. William Shannon.

14453-8-1289-1290-August 13, 1781-Continued: Commissary General and Quartermaster General for use of troops at Falls of Ohio. Items: beef, corn, cartage, barrels, diets for guards. Names: John Donne, Patt Kennedy.

BOX 638

FOLDER 141A-PAPERS-1781

FRAMES #1291-1341

65 documents filmed on 50 frames.

14454-8-1292-1293-March 20, 1781: Top document. Fort Jefferson issued powder and lead to friendly indians. Names: Leonard Helm, Capt. Robert George.

14455-8-1292-1293-March 8, 1781: Second document on left. Fort Jefferson issued whiskey to Capt. Abraham Kellar.

14456-8-1292-1293-February 17, 1781: Third document on right. Fort Jefferson issued taffia for use of Capt. Abraham Kellar.

14457-8-1292-1293-March 31, 1781: Fourth document on left. Fort Jefferson issued taffia for use of Capt. Abraham Kellar.

14458-8-1292-1293-January 13, 1781: Fifth document on right. Fort Jefferson issued 7 pounds of sugar. Names: Martin Carney, Capt. Robert George, Capt. Abraham Kellar.

14459-8-1292-1293-March 2, 1781: Sixth document on left. Martin Carney at Fort Jefferson issued 6 quarts of taffia for use of Capt. Abraham Kellar.

14460-8-1292-1293-March 16, 1781: Seventh document on right. Faded. Fort Jefferson and Capt. Robert George.

14461-8-1292-1293-March 9, 1781: Bottom left document. Taffia issued to Capt. Abraham Kellar.

14462-8-1292-1293-January 30, 1781: Bottom right document. Fort Jefferson issued 2 quarts of whiskey to Capt. Abraham Kellar.

14463-8-1294-1296-March 6, 1781: Top left document. Duplicate filming. Fort Jefferson issued 3 quarts of taffia for use of Capt. Abraham Kellar.

14464-8-1294-1296-January 20, 1781: Top right document. Duplicate filming. Fort Jefferson issued taffia to Capt. Abraham Kellar.

14465-8-1294-1296-February 23, 1781: Third document on left. Duplicate filming. Fort Jefferson issued 6 quarts of taffia to Capt. Abraham Kellar.

14466-8-1294-1296-April 20, 1781: Fourth document on right. Duplicate filming. Taffia issued to Capt. Abraham Kellar.

14467-8-1294-1296-February 27, 1781: Fifth document on left. Duplicate filming. Fort Jefferson issued taffia to Capt. Abraham Kellar.

14468-8-1294-1296-March 23, 1781: Bottom left document. Duplicate filming. Fort Jefferson issued taffia to Capt. Abraham Kellar.

14469-8-1294-1296-February 5, 1781: Bottom right document. Duplicate filming. Fort Jefferson issued taffia for use of Capt. Abraham Kellar.

14470-8-1297-1301-August 29, 1781: Duplicate filming. Extract from Western Commissioners Journal. Sheet of paper was filmed in two parts. Names: George Slaughter, William Shannon. Reference to bill of exchange for Richard Chinoweth. Unable to read a name.

14471-8-1302-1303-June 1, 1781: Incomplete. Bill of exchange or certificate for Richard Chinoweth. Reference to expenditures of William Shannon.

14472-8-1304-May 26, 1781: Lieut. Gerault at Kaskaskia issued taffia and sugar to Richard Winston to use in obtaining lead for Camp Jefferson.

14473-8-1305-1308-October 10, 1781: Top document. Duplicate filming. Bill of exchange issued from Falls of Ohio for 37,500 pounds virginia currency for 25 small boats or barges furnished the state. Names: George Rogers Clark, Will Shannon.

14474-8-1305-1308-February 14, 1781: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Martin Carney at Fort Jefferson issued a table and bunk bed for use of Capt. Abraham Kellar.

14475-8-1309-3110-October 10, 1781: Top document. Bill of exchange sent by Will Shannon from Falls of Ohio to George Rogers Clark for payment of planks furnished for boats.

14476-8-1309-1310-October ?, 1781: Bottom document. Unable to read.

14477-8-1311-1313-February 15, 1781: Top document. Duplicate filming. Items taken and destroyed by Major Andrew Hamilton's men on their march to Kentucky. Nine geese, 3 ducks, large quantity of poultry, 1 sheet, an iron kettle, a pewter bowl, a pewter half pint, brass cock, a melting ladle, a spinning wheel, cutting of 13 apple trees, other trees cut. Names: Sam Browndale?

14478-8-1311-1313-February 24, 1781: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Commonwealth of Virginia account of William Morton. Cost for corn for General [George Rogers] Clark. Names David Kennedy.

14479-8-1314-1316-February 25, 1781: Top document. Duplicate filming. Major [George] Walls paid $200 to Christopher Foster for getting William W. Hays, who was a deserter from Col. Crockett regiment. Names: William Pyle.

14480-8-1314-1316-Date? Second document. Duplicate filming. Faded. Names: John Duffield.

14481-8-1314-1316-March 8, 1781: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Account of Col. Joseph Crockett with George Scott at Shepherdstown for tea and sugar. Names: Major George Walls.

14482-8-1317-1318-March 28, 1781: Top document. Payment to William Hickman by David Kennedy for employment in commissary store at Winchester, [Virginia]. Names: George Rogers Clark.

14483-8-1317-1318-No Date: Second document. Andrew Heth paid James Spears for supply for use of General [George Rogers] Clark.

14484-8-1317-1318-May 23, 1781: Third document. Andrew Heth paid Robert Cruchlett? for 10 bushels of corn for George Rogers Clark.

14485-8-1317-1318-April 5, 1781: Bottom document. Andrew Heth paid $150 to Robert Heth for curing beef.

14486-8-1319-1320-March 28, 1781: Top document. [Blacksmith] John Haymaker made 3 dozen claw hammers at Winchester, [Virginia]. Names: John Thomas, David Kennedy.

14487-8-1319-1320-?, 1781: Second document. Andrew Heth paid $4228 in full for 244 flour kegs for use of General [George Rogers] Clark. Unable read name.

14488-8-1319-1320-May 22, 1781: Third document. Andrew Heth paid John ?. Names: George Rogers Clark.

14489-8-1319-1320-May 26, 1781: Bottom document. Andrew Heth paid Barnabas Brandt for ? for use of the family of General [George Rogers Clark].

14490-8-1321-1323-May 26, 1781: Top document. Duplicate filming. Andrew Heth paid Joshua Cavonman for a cow for use of George Rogers Clark.

14491-8-1321-1323-July 10, 1781: Second document. Duplicate filming. Andrew Heth paid ? Andrews for corn for George Rogers Clark.

14492-8-1321-1323-July 19, 1781: Third document. Duplicate filming. Andrew Heth paid Joseph Parkison. Names: George Rogers Clark.

14493-8-1321-1323-Date ? Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Major George Walls issued rum to George Rogers Clark.

14494-8-1324-1326-May 6, 1781: Top document. Duplicate filming. Col. Kennedy paid $290 to Robert Craigen for being wagon master of a brigade of wagons carrying

14494-8-1324-1326-May 6, 1781-Continued: store to General George Rogers Clark.

14495-8-1324-1326-July 21, 1781: Second document. Duplicate filming. Richard McMachen paid $2,000 for flour and for taking by wagon to General Clark. names: Absalom Wells.

14496-8-1324-1326-June 9, 1781: Third document. Duplicate filming. Andrew Heth paid $2,960 to Jarret McKibbin for ferriage of a brigade of wagons.

14497-8-1324-1326-August ?, 1781: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. David Kennedy paid $3,000 to Charles Butler in part payment for wagonage of Col. [Joseph] Crockett's store for the Western Expedition from Winchester, Virginia to New Store on the Monongahela River.

14498-8-1327-1328-Date ? Top document. Faded. Names: Andrew Heth.

14499-8-1327-1328-July 28, 1781: Second document. Faded. Payment to George Ward by Major George Walls.

14500-8-1327-1328-May 3, 1781: Third document. Col. David Kennedy issued 66 pairs of shoes at Winchester, [Virginia] for use of Col. [Joseph] Crockett regiment. Names: Major George Walls.

14501-8-1327-1328-May 24, 1781: Bottom document. Andrew Heth paid $1406 to Robert Kennedy? for beef.

14502-8-1329-1330-July 16, 1781: Top document. Andrew Heth paid $249 to John Walls for 49 pounds of veal for use of General Clark.

14503-8-1329-1330-? 1781: Second document. David Kennedy issued lead to George McDowell for use of General Clark's troops on the Ohio [River].

14504-8-1329-1330-August 14, 1781: Bottom document. Andrew Heth paid Henry Irwin? for 84 bushels of indian corn.

14505-8-1331-1333-August 3, 1781: Top document. Duplicate filming. Payment by David Kennedy for carrying stores of from Winchester, Virginia by wagon to General Clark. Unable to read name.

14506-8-1331-1333-August ?, 1781: Second document on left. Duplicate filming. Powder and lead issued for Capt. John Caughartz?

14507-8-1331-1333-August 10, 1781: Third document on right. Duplicate filming. Rations issued for washer women on expedition. Unable to read name.

14508-8-1331-1333-May 1, 1781: Bottom left document. Faded. Duplicate filming. Names: George Rogers Clark.

14509-8-1331-1333-June 21, 1781: Bottom right document. Andrew Heth paid $1400 for collecting and driving cattle from different places to New Store. Names: John Fomell?

14510-8-1334-1335-July 24, 1781: Top document. Andrew Heth paid William Macher for bacon.

14511-8-1334-1335-June 16, 1781: Second document. Andrew Heth paid Richard McMachen for flour for use of General Clark.

14512-8-1334-1335-August 20, 1781: Third document. Commonwealth of Virginia account with William Campbell for putting shoes on 4 wagon horses at Winchester, Virginia. Names: Col. Kennedy.

14513-8-1334-1335-July 19, 1781: Bottom document. Andrew Heth paid William McMachen for 84 pounds of bacon for use of boat yard.

14514-8-1336-1337-July 24, 1781: Top document. Andrew Heth paid William McMachen for bacon.

14515-8-1336-1337-May 3, 1781: Second document. David Kennedy at Winchester, Virginia paid Alexander McCoy for 29 days of wagon transporting of stores for use . . (continued).

14515-8-1336-1337-May 3, 1781-Continued: of General George Rogers Clark troops on the Western Frontier. names: John Thomas.

14516-8-1336-1337-3, 1781: Bottom document. David Kennedy at Winchester, Virginia paid Robert Wilson for 29 days of wagon transporting of stores for use of General George Rogers Clark troops on the Western Frontier.

14517-8-1338-1341-August 20, 1781: Top document. Duplicate filming. Faded. Payment by Andrew Heth for wheat. Unable to read name.

14518-8-1338-1341-August 1, 1781: Second document. Duplicate filming. Faded. Receipt for repairing a gun. Names: John Kerney. Philip Shute.

14519-8-1338-1341-May 3, 1781: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Col. David Kennedy paid Frederick Conrad for 66 pairs of horse shoes for Col. [Joseph] Crockett regiment. Names: William Bush.

BOX 638

FOLDER 141B-PAPERS-1781

Frames #1342-1404

68 documents filmed on 63 frames.

14520-8-1343-1345-June 2, 1781: Top document. Duplicate filming. Capt. Thomas Gist issued tar to John Hardin at boat yard at mouth of George Creek.

14521-8-1343-1345-June 7, 1781: Second document. Duplicate filming. Capt. Thomas Gist paid Patrick Shilley for hemp for use at the boat yard at mouth of George Creek.

14522-8-1343-1345-June 2, 1781: Third document. Duplicate filming. Capt. Thomas Gist paid Jane Hardin for tar for use at the boat yard at mouth of George Creek. Names: N. Blake.

14523-8-1343-1345-June 2, 1781: Fourth document. Duplicate filming. Capt. Thomas Gist paid John Ramsay for tar for use at the boat yard at mouth of George Creek. Names: N. Blake.

14524-8-1343-1345-June 2, 1781: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Capt. Thomas Gist paid Peter P. Swearington? for ? for use of boat yard at mouth of George Creek.

14525-8-1346-1347-May 9, 1781: Top document. Capt. Thomas Gist paid John Linch for hemp for use of boat yard at mouth of George Creek. Names: N. Blake.

14526-8-1346-1347-June 20, 1781: Second document. Capt. Thomas Gist paid Robert Wickliff for tar for use at boat yard at mouth of George Creek. Names: N. Blake.

14527-8-1346-1347-May 20, 1781: Third document. Capt. Thomas Gist paid for tar for use at boat yard at mouth of George Creek. Names: N. Blake, unable to read 1 name.

14528-8-1346-1347-June 2, 1781: Bottom document. Capt. Thomas Gist paid John Weathering. Reference to boat yard at mouth of George Creek. Names: N. Blake.

14529-8-1348-1350-May 10, 1781: Top document. Duplicate filming. William Gist paid Philip Salladay? for corn for use of boat yard at mouth of George Creek. Names: N. Blake.

14530-8-1348-1350-June 11, 1781: Second document on left. Duplicate filming. Faded. Names: Earl Belm?, N. Blake.

14531-8-1348-1350-May 5, 1781: Third document on right. Duplicate filming. Capt. Thomas Gist paid Abraham Andruhe? for employment at boat yard at mouth of George Creek. Names: N. Blake.

14532-8-1348-1350-April 25, 1781: Bottom document. Capt. William Gist paid Zeck Gapey for 80 pounds of pork for use of boat yard at mouth of George Creek. Names: N. Blake.

14533-8-1351-1353-No Date: Top document. Duplicate filming. No words.

14534-8-1351-1353-No Date: Second Duplicate filming. No words.

14535-8-1351-1353-No Date: Third document on left. Duplicate filming. Incomplete. Payment for hemp. Names: James Allen.

14536-8-1351-1353-April 28, 1781: Fourth document on right. Duplicate filming. Capt. Thomas Gist paid Isaac Robins for pork for use at the boat yard at the mouth of George Creek. Names: N. Blake.

14537-8-1351-1353-May 7, 1781: Bottom left document. Duplicate filming. Left half of document 14535. Capt. Thomas Gist paid [James Allen] for hemp for boat yard at mouth of George Creek. Names: N. Blake.

14538-8-1351-1353-April 30, 1781: Bottom right document. Duplicate filming. Capt. Thomas Gist paid Patrick Thilley for hemp for use at boat yard at mouth of George Creek. Names: N. Blake.

14539-8-1354-1355-April 23, 1781: Top document. Capt. Thomas Gist paid William Robins for pork for mouth of George Creek boat yard. Names: N. Blake.

14540-8-1354-1355-May ?, 1781: Second document. Capt. Thomas Gist paid Richard Newman for ? at mouth of George Creek boat yard. Names: N. Blake.

14541-8-1354-1355-May 6, 1781: Third document on left. Capt. Thomas Gist paid Patrick Thilley for pork for mouth of George Creek boat yard. Names: N. Blake.

14542-8-1354-1355-May 9, 1781: Fourth document on right. Faded. Capt. Thomas Gist payment at boat yard at mouth of George Creek. Names: N. Blake, unable to read 1 name.

14543-8-1354-1355-June 20, 1781: Bottom document on left. Faded. Capt. Thomas Gist payment for beef for use at boat yard at mouth of George Creek. Names: N. Blake, unable to read a name.

14544-8-1354-1355-June 5, 1781: Bottom right document. Faded. Capt. Thomas Gist payment for mutton for use at boat yard at mouth of George Creek. Names: N. Blake, unable to read a name.

14545-8-1356-1357-May 13, 1781: Top document. Capt. Thomas Gist payment for hemp to Thomas Ballin for use at boat yard at mouth of George Creek. Names: N. Blake.

14546-8-1356-1357-? Second document. Faded. Capt. Thomas Gist payment at mouth of George Creek boat. Names: unable to read 2 names.

14547-8-1356-1357-June 16, 1781: Bottom document. Capt. Thomas Gist paid Robert Wickliff for use of horses at boat yard at mouth of George Creek. Names: N. Blake.

14548-8-1358-1359-? Top document. Faded. Reference to flat [bottom boat] at boat yard at mouth of George Creek. Names: Capt. Thomas Gist, N. Blake, unable to read a name.

14549-8-1358-1359-May 6, 1781: Second document. Capt. Thomas Gist payment to Robert Wickliff at boat yard at mouth of George Creek.

14550-8-1358-1359-June 15, 1781: Bottom document. Capt. Thomas Gist payment Daniel Barton? for use of pump at boat yard at mouth of George Creek. Names: N. Blake.

14551 Frame 1360-1361-May 19, 1781: Top document. Faded. Capt. Thomas Gist payment at boat yard at mouth of George Creek. Unable to read names.

14552-8-1360-1361-May 31, 1781: Second document. Capt. Thomas Gist paid James Allison for use of horses at boat yard at mouth of George Creek.

14553-8-1360-1361-? Bottom document. No words.

14554-8-1362-1363-May 25, 1781: Top document. Capt. Thomas Gist paid Samuel? McGimley? for beef for mouth of George Creek boat yard. Names: N. Blake.

14555-8-1362-1363-June 6, 1781: Second document. Capt. Thomas Gist paid William Smith for ? at mouth of George Creek boat yard. Names: N. Blake.

14556-8-1362-1363-June 5, 1781: Third document. Capt. Thomas Gist paid Isaac McDaniel for corn for use at the mouth of George Creek boat yard.

14557-8-1362-1363-June 20, 1781: Bottom document. Capt. Thomas Gist paid Philip Lucas? for a water can for use of boat yard at mouth of George Creek. Names: N. Blake.

14558-8-1364-1365-May 17, 1781: Top document. Capt. Thomas Gist paid Benjamin Guden for ? at boat yard at mouth of George Creek. Names: N. Blake.

14559-8-1364-1365-May 12, 1781: Second document. Faded. Capt. Thomas Gist payment to Daniel Barton? for ? for use at boat yard at mouth of George Creek. Names: N. Blake.

14560-8-1364-1365-?, 1782. Bottom document. Faded. Capt. Thomas Gist paid William Smith for ? for use at boat yard at mouth of George Creek. Names: Nicholas Blake.

14561-8-1366-1367-June 10, 1781: Top document. Capt. Thomas Gist payment for use of horse at boat yard at mouth of George Creek. Names: Nicholas Blake, Philip Luce?

14562-8-1366-1367-June 1, 1781: Second document. Capt. Thomas Gist paid Ezekiel Moore for pork for use at boat yard at mouth of George Creek. Names: Nicholas Blake.

14563-8-1366-1367-May 16, 1781: Bottom document. Capt. Thomas Gist paid Benjamin Brooker? for use of boat yard at mouth of George Creek. Names: Nicholas Blake.

14564-8-1368-1369-May 29, 1781: Top document. Capt. Thomas Gist paid Thomas Ballen for tow [ hemp or flax fibers before spinning] for use of boat yard at mouth of George Creek. Names: Nicholas Blake.

14565-8-1368-1369-June 7, 1781: Second document. Capt. Thomas Gist paid Patrick Thilley for flour for use of boat yard at mouth of George Creek. Names: Nicholas Blake.

14566-8-1368-1369-June 10, 1781: Third document. Faded. Capt. Thomas Gist paid David ? for flour for use at boat yard at mouth of George Creek.

14567-8-1368-1369-June 5, 1781: Bottom document. Capt. Thomas Gist paid Esel Martin for pork for use of boat yard at mouth of George Creek. Names: Nicholas Blake.

14568-8-1370-1371-April 29, 1781: Top document. Capt. Thomas Gist paid Peter Gusey? for hemp for use at boat yard at mouth of George Creek. Names: Nicholas Blake.

14569-8-1370-1371-May 5, 1781: Second document. Capt. Thomas Gist paid $ 120 to Benjamin Newman for 24 pounds of flax tow for use at the boat yard at the mouth of George Creek. Names: Nicholas Blake.

14570-8-1370-1371-May 28, 1781: Bottom document. Faded. Capt. Thomas Gist payment to Richard Evans for ? for use at boat yard at mouth of George Creek.

14571-8-1372-1374-May 29, 1781: Top document. Duplicate filming. State of Virginia account with Robert Jackman for flour for expedition of George Rogers Clark.

14572-8-1372-1374-April 3, 1781: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. State of Virginia account with Philip Shute for rye, wheat, grinding wheat, packing and delivery of wheat.

14573-8-1375-1378-June 18, 1781: Top document. Duplicate filming. Capt. Thomas Gist paid Thomas Clare for hemp tow for use at boat yard at mouth of George Creek. Names: Nicholas Blake.

14574-8-1375-1378-June 1, 1781: Second document. Duplicate filming. Capt. Thomas Gist paid Robert Patton for 5 bushels of corn for use of pack horses employed transporting flour from different mills to the Monongahela River for use of expedition commanded by General George Rogers Clark.

14575-8-1375-1378-August 29, 1781: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Capt. Thomas Gist paid $800 which was equal to 240 pounds for 40 pounds of flour for use of expedition commanded by George Rogers Clark. Names: Burdett Clifton, Edward Moffit?

14576-8-1379-1381-April 28, 1781: Top document. Duplicate filming. State of Virginia account with William Jacoby for hickory ropes for use of expedition commanded by George Rogers Clark. Names: Capt. Thomas Gist.

14577-8-1379-1381-August 28, 1781: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. State of Virginia account

14577-8-1379-1381-August 28, 1781-Continued: with Moses Davidson for wheat and corn. Names: Capt. Thomas Gist, William Alger, Samuel Gibson.

14578-8-1382-1385-August 26, 1781: Top document. Duplicate filming. State of Virginia account with James Gray for wagonage of flour from Wilson's Mill to the [Monongahela] River. Names: Capt. Thomas Gist.

14579-8-1382-1385-August 26, 1781: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. State of Virginia account with Samuel McGlinley for corn, bars of iron, whiskey, bran, bacon, salt beef and lead. Names: Capt. Thomas Gist.

14580-8-1386-1388-May 8, 1781: Top document. Duplicate filming. Capt. Thomas Gist paid $127.50 George Letson for 25 and 1/2 pound of flax tow for use at the boat yard at the mouth of George Creek. Names: Nicholas Blake.

14581-8-1386-1388-August 26, 1781: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. State of Virginia account with Samuel McGimley for wheat, kegs of flour, and hauling wheat from Wilson's Mill. Names: Capt. Thomas Gist.

14582-8-1389-1390-August 28, 1781: Top document. Capt. Thomas Gist paid $3418 to Andrew Linn for 474 pounds of beef for use of Expedition under command of George Rogers Clark.

14583-8-1389-1390-August 25, 1781: Bottom document. State of Virginia account with Robert McCleain for storage of 278 kegs of flour, 66 bags of flour and 40 bushels of indian corn. Names: Capt. Thomas Gist.

14584-8-1391-1393-August 25, 1781: Top document. Duplicate filming. State of Virginia account with Joseph McGahan or McGahen for flour, hauling kegs to the [Monongahela] River for use of Mason's Mill, and packing flour for use of General George Rogers Clark's Expedition. Names: Capt. Thomas Gist, David Carey.

14585-8-1391-1393-August 24, 1781: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. State of Virginia account ith William Miner for 28 days packing [transporting] flour from Baldge Mill to Mouth of White Lick Creek. Names: Capt. Thomas Gist.

14586-8-1394-1397-1781: Top document. Account of Commonwealth of Virginia with Capt. Thomas Gist for purchases at boat yard at mouth of George Creek. Lists of persons from whom purchased with what was purchased. Names: William Robins, Zack Casper?, Isaac Robins, Abraham Hendrick, Patrick Kelley, Philip Salady, Benjamin Goodwin?, William Wade, Samuel McGimley, James Allison, Ezekiel Moore, Isaac McDonald, Allen Wade, Philip Lucust, William Smith, A. Jonah?, Robert Wickliff, John Salady?, Josh Martin. Items: pork, hiring of horses, corn, beef, mutton, tar, water can, use of flat [bottom boat].

14587-8-1398-1400-August 21, 1781: Duplicate filming. State of Virginia account with Henry Beeson for supplies for use of expedition of George Rogers Clark. Items: wheat, corn for use of pack horses, rye, flour.

14588-8-1402-1405-August 25, 1781: Duplicate filming. State of Virginia account with George Gregg for wheat, corn, and bacon. Names: Capt. Thomas Gist.

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