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GEORGE ROGERS CLARK PAPERS

Microfilm Roll #9

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The Illinois Regiment

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Based on the Microfilmed

George Rogers Clark Papers

At the Virginia State Library and Archives

Compiled by

Richard Eugene Willson, Indexing

Donald E. Gradeless, Ph.D., Editor

For the

Society of Colonial Wars in the State of Illinois

and the

Sons of the Revolution in the State of Illinois

Chicago, Illinois

1998

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

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

Microfilm Reel Dates Documents

 1 January 1778 - May 1779 1-1220

 2 May 1779 - August 1779 1221-2733

 3 August 1779 - April 1780 2734-5387

 4 May 1780 - November 1780 5388-7867

 5 November 1780 - February 1781 7868-9248

 6 March 1781 - June 1781 9249-11490

 7 July 1781 - September 1781 11491-13111

 8 September 1781 - December 1781 13112-14588

 9 December 1781 - July 1782 14589-16352

10 August 1782 - July 1783 16353-17776

11 July 1783 - August 1784 17777-18820

12 September 1784 - No Dates 18821-19814

13 No Dates 19815-20110

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

 

Guide to the Index

of George Rogers Clark Papers

of the Virginia State Library and Archives

 

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

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

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

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

        Example: Casey, Benjamin 1-20

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

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

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

 

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GUIDE TO THE ABSTRACT`

The index references are references to a name or word.

Example: Casey, Benjamin, 1-20

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

Document-Roll-Frame [Frames]

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

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

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

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

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

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

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



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

Microfilm #9

BOX 639-FOLDER 141 C

PAPERS-1781-1782

Frames #1-43

67 documents filmed on 43 frames.

14589-9-1-3-December 8, 1781: Top document. Duplicate filming. Fort Nelson issued 5 coats, 5 pair of britches and 4 pairs of shoes for 5 men. Names: Capt. Thomas Quirk, Capt. John Girault.

14590-9-1- 3-December 12, 1781: Second document. Duplicate filming. Thread, 17 and 1/2 yards of serge cloth, 4 shirts, 2 pairs of shoes, 10 hats and 2 jackets were issued. Names: Capt. Thomas Quirk, Capt. John Girault.

14591-9-1-3-December 17, 1781: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Capt. Thomas Quirk order to issue 4 yards of white cloth, and 2 pairs of overalls to Capt. John Girault.

14592-9-4-5-December 21, 1781: Top document. Capt. Thomas Quirk order to issue 2 yards of shallon for use of Capt. John Girault company at Fort Nelson.

14593-9-4-5-January 10, 1781: Second document. Capt. Thomas Quirk order to issue 4 and 1/2 yards of duck cloth for Boston Damewood in Capt. John Girault company.

14594-9-4-5-December 14, 1781: Bottom document. Capt. Robert George order to issue 36 yards of duck cloth to Capt. John Girault.

14595-9-6-7-January 11, 1782: Top document. Fort Nelson issued thread to make a pair of shoes. Names. Capt. Robert George, Capt. John Girault.

14596-9-6-7-January 21, 1781: Second document on left. Cap issued for a soldier of Capt. John Girault company. Names: 1 unable to read.

14597-9-6-7-January 17, 1781: Third document on right. Fort Nelson issued oil cloth for use of Capt. John Girault company. Names: Capt. Thomas Quirk.

14598-9-6-7-March 26, 1782: Fourth document. Fort Nelson issued 23 yards of duck cloth to Capt. John Girault.

14599-9-6-7-March 22, 1782: Bottom document. Capt. Robert George order to issue 2 pairs of shoes at Fort Nelson for men of Capt. John Girault.

14600-9-8-9-March 25, 1781: Top document. Capt. Robert George order to issue 3 knapsacks for use of Capt. John Girault company.

14601-9-8-9-February 25, 1782: Second document. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Nelson to issue 15 buttons to Capt. John Girault company. Names: Sergeant Major Michael Miles.

14602-9-8-9-March 26, 1782: Third document. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Nelson to issue

14602-9-8-9-March 26, 1782-Continued: shoes for a man in company of Capt. John Girault.

14603-9-8-9-March 22, 1782: Fourth document. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Nelson to issue 2 pairs of shoes for 2 men in Capt. John Girault company.

14604-9-8-9-January 24, 1782: Bottom document. Capt. Robert George order to issue a tent for sick men in Capt. John Girault company.

14605-9-10-12-June 14, 1782: Top document. Duplicate filming. Incomplete. Barrels and kegs were received for George Rogers Clark. Reference to state of Virginia.

14606-9-10-12-December 9, 1781: Second document on left. Duplicate filming. Capt. Thomas Quirk order to issue 3 kettles for use of Capt. John Girault company. Names: Bland Ballard.

14607-9-10-12-December 10, 1781: Third document on right. Duplicate filming. Incomplete. Reference to boats built by Jacob Haymaker. Names: Mathias Shinner.

14608-9-10-12-December 10, 1781: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Paper and one orderly book issued. Names: Capt. John Girault, Capt. Thomas Quirk.

14609-9-13-16-December 11, 1781: Top document. Duplicate filming. Capt. Thomas Quirk order to issue tents for company of Capt. John Girault.

14610-9-13-16-December 21, 1781: Second document. Duplicate filming. Capt. Thomas Quirk order to issue a set of horse shoes, nails and a small knife to Capt. John Girault.

14611-9-13-16-December 21, 1781: Third document. Duplicate filming. Faded. Blankets issued. Names: Capt. Thomas Quirk, Capt. John Girault.

14612-9-13-16-December 23, 1781: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Leather issued to make stirrups, and a crupper. Names: Capt. John Girault, Capt. Thomas Quirk.

14613-9-17-18-December 31, 1781: Top document. Capt. Thomas Quirk order to issue thread for Capt. John Girault.

14614-9-17-18-January 6, 1782: Second document. Capt. Thomas Quirk order to issue a blanket for use of Capt. John Girault at Fort Nelson.

14615-9-17-18-January 19, 1782: Third document. Fort Nelson issued an ax for use of Capt. John Girault. Names: Capt. Thomas Quirk.

14616-9-17-18-January 10, 1782: Fourth document. Fort Nelson issued 3 pounds of tobacco for 3 men in company of Capt. John Girault. Names: Capt. Thomas Quirk.

14617-9-19-23-January 11, 1782: Top document. Duplicate filming. Shoes issued. Names: Capt. John Girault, Frederick Ruth?

14618-9-19-23-January 10, 1782: Second document. Duplicate filming. Corn issued. Names: Capt. John Girault.

14619-9-19-23-January 10, 1782: Third document. Duplicate filming. Tent issued for use of Capt. John Girault.

14620-9-19-23 January ?, 1782: Bottom left document. Duplicate filming. Incomplete. Names: Capt. John Girault.

14621-9-19-23-January 13, 1782: Bottom right document. Duplicate filming. Capt. Thomas Quirk order to issue a tent for camp of Capt. John Girault company.

14622-9-24-25-January 18, 1782: Top document. Capt. Thomas Quirk order to issue thread for use of Capt. John Girault company.

14623-9-24-25-January 19, 1782: Second document. Fort Nelson issued an ax for the company of Capt. John Girault.

14624-9-24-25-January ?, 1782: Third document. Fort Nelson issued an ax for use of Capt. John Girault company. Names: Capt. Robert George.

14625-9-24-25-January 19, 1782: Fourth document. Capt. Thomas Quirk order to issue a pound of tobacco to Capt. John Girault.

14626-9-24-25-January 21, 1782: Bottom document. Capt. Thomas Quirk order to issue a bag for use of Capt. John Girault.

14627-9-26-27-December 18, 1781: Top document. Fort Nelson furnished an ax to Louis Gagnia of Capt. John Girault to cut wood for the George Rogers Clark headquarters.

14628-9-26-27-March 7, 1782: Second document on left. Capt. Robert George order to issue a tent for use of 2 men of Capt. John Girault company.

14629-9-26-27-March 11, 1782: Third document on right. Capt. Robert George order to issue tobacco for use of Capt. John Girault company.

14630-9-26-27-March 8, 1782: Fourth document on left. Capt. Robert George order to issue a tent for sick men of Capt. John Girault company.

14631-9-26-27-March 2, 1782: Fifth document on right. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Nelson to issue a pair of shoes for use of men of Capt. John Girault co.

14632-9-26-27-February 26, 1782: Bottom left document. Names: Capt. Robert George, George Ludenoig?, ? Ruppert.

14633-9-26-27-January 23, 1782: Bottom right document. Shoes issued. Names: Capt. John Girault, Capt. Thomas Quirk.

14634-9-28-29-January ? , 1782: Top document. Fort Nelson issued leather to make shoes. Names: Capt. John Girault, Capt. Thomas Quirk.

14635-9-28-29-January 3, 1782: Second document. Thread issued for tailor in Capt. John Girault company. Names: Capt. Thomas Quirk.

14636-9-28-29-January 9, 1782: Third document. Faded. Names: Capt. Thomas Quirk, Capt. John Girault.

14637-9-28-29-January 15, 1782: Bottom left document. Capt. Robert George order to issue corn to Capt. John Girault.

14638-9-28-29-February 20, 1782: Bottom right document. Capt. Robert George order to issue a pair of shoes for a man in Capt. John Girault company.

14639-9-30-31-February 5, 1782: Top document. Fort Nelson issued a kettle for the sick of Capt. John Girault company. Names: Capt. Robert George, Mr. Ballard.

14640-9-30-31-February 27, 1782: Second document on left. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Nelson to issue 2 knapsacks for 2 men of Capt. John Girault company.

14641-9-30-31-January 29, 1782: Third document on right. Fort Nelson issued caps. Names: Capt. John Girault.

14642-9-30-31-January 28, 1782: Fourth document. Capt. Robert George order to issue nails and oil cloth. Names: Capt. John Girault.

14643-9-30-31-January 26, 1782: Bottom left document. Capt. Thomas Quirk order to Fort Nelson to issue thread and cloth for Capt. John Girault company.

14644-9-30-31-February 2, 1782: Bottom right document. Fort Nelson issued 4 tents for use of Capt. John Girault company. Names: Capt. Robert George.

14647-9-32-33-February 3, 1782: Top document. Tobacco issued for 3 men of Capt. John Girault co.

14648-9-32-33-February 4, 1782: Second document. Capt. Robert George order to issue tobacco to Capt. John Girault company.

14649-9-32-33-November 30, 1781: Bottom document. State of Virginia payment to Mr. Ballard. Names: Major George Slaughter.

14650-9-34-35-August 22, 1781: Top document. State of Virginia account with miller John Hardin for wheat, corn, flour, grinding. Names: Abigail Bell, William Gist.

14651-9-34-35-September 24, 1781: Bottom document. Bill of Exchange for payment to Monsieur LeGras for corn and a cow supplied for troops at Fort Vincent. Names: George Rogers Clark, William Shannon, Zephaniah Blackford.

14652-9-36-37-Unable to read date. Faded. Statement to state of Virginia. Names: Master Carpenter ? Wickliff; John Craig, laborer; Martin Hardin; Reference to planks, a negro. Unable to read names and details.

14653-9-38-39-January 31, 1781: Colonel Gibson receipt for a boat.

14654-9-40-41-August 25, 1781: State of Virginia account with Monsieur LeGras for 8 gallons of taffia, 15 pounds of powder, lead, tobacco, flour, corn, and salt. Names: George Rogers Clark.

14655-9-42-43-June 30, 1781: State of Virginia account with Nicholas Blake for supplying corn and whiskey supplied to Thomas Gist for use of George Rogers Clark expedition.

BOX 639-FOLDER 142

LETTERS-JANUARY 1782

Frames #44-56

6 documents filmed on 12 frames.

14656-9-45-46-January 31, 1782: Document written in French. Names: Doctor Leonardo, Leon Pixennas, Andre Lopez.

14657-9-47-49-January 1, 1782: Faded. Duplicate filming. Letter of [Godefroy] Linctot to Governor Nelson. Reference to French and English translation and where filed.

14658-9-50-January 2, 1782: Statement of James Monroe and R. Lawson in respect to Charles Gratiot and where filed.

14659-9-51-January 19, 1782: Letter of William Hay to the governor and where filed.

14660-9-52-January 21, 1782: Letter of William Davis to the Governor and where filed and printed.

14661-9-53-54-January 1, 1782: House of Delegates of [Virginia] reference to vouchers of John Conas for supplies furnished for George Rogers Clark troops and approval for Treasurer to pay. Names: John Beckley.

14662-9-55-56-June 14, 1782: Capt. John Girault certified Capt. Richard McCarty's account. Reference to supplies for George Rogers Clark Volunteers of Virginia.

BOX 639-FOLDER 143

ACCOUNTS-JANUARY 1782

Frames #57-107

21 documents filmed on 50 frames.

14663-9-58-59-January 7, 1782: Bill of Exchange sent from Fort Jefferson to Oliver Pollock for payment due Capt. Robert George. Names: William Clark.

14664-9-60-61-January 18, 1782: Abstract of provisions received for use of troops at Fort Jefferson and at Falls of Ohio. First entry January 21, 1781. Provisions of meat without bones, bear meat, rum, sugar, gun powder, flannel, paper, linen, vinson, and buffalo meat. Names: Capt. George Owens, George Rogers Clark, Major Silas Harlan, John Donne, Capt. Robert George.

14665-9-62-64-January 10, 1782: Duplicate filming. Rank and file for rations of flint and cartridges issued for troops commanded by Lieut. Col. John Montgomery. Names: Capt. Richard Brashear, Capt. [Isaac] Taylor, Capt. [John] Baley, Capt. [John[ Girault, William Elms, Major Thomas Quirk.

14666-9-65-69-March 21, 1782: Illinois Volunteer account from October 21, 1779 to March 21, 1782. Names: Benjamin Day, Nathaniel Randolph, Patrick Kennedy, William Shannon, Moses Henry, Capt. John Rogers, George Rogers Clark, James Trabue, Charles Charleville, Robert Todd, Monsieur McCarty, Major George Slaughter, N. Blake, William Procter, John Todd, Lieut. John

14666-9-65-69-March 21, 1782-Continued: McDowell, John F. Moore. Reference to Kentucky, New Orleans, troops, Bonnesboro, clothing, Falls of Ohio, pay rolls, soldiers, Indian Chief.

14667-9-70-73-January 1, 1782: Duplicate filming. Rank and file list of flour and salt rations issued for troops of Major Thomas Quirk. Unable to read names.

14668-9-74-75-January 28, 1782: Top document. Auditor's office indicated the governor and council could not approve payment for expenditures on the Western waters until a clerk experienced with the accounts could be procured. Names: B. Stark, Nathaniel Randolph.

14669-9-74-75-January 29, 1782: Bottom document. Rank and file list of rations issued for troops of Capt. Robert George. Names: Capt. [Richard] Brashear, Capt. [Isaac] Taylor, Capt. [John] Baley. Unable to read names.

14670-9-76-77-January 21, 1781: Rank and file flour ration for Major Thomas Quirk Regiment. Names: Capt. [Robert] George, Capt. [Isaac] Taylor, Capt. [John] Bayley, Capt. [John] Girault, William Elms.

14671-9-78-79-January 20, 1782: Rank and file flour and salt ration for Lieut. Col. John Montgomery's Illinois Regiment at Fort Nelson. Companies of Capt. [Robert] George Artillery, Capt. [Richard] Brashear, Capt. [Isaac] Taylor, Capt. [John] Bayley, and Capt. [John] Girault. There were 7 women in the five companies. Names: William Elms, Major Thomas Quirk.

14672-9-80-81-January 9, 1782: Faded. Rank and file flour and salt ration for Illinois Regiment of Lieut. Col. John Montgomery at Fort Nelson. Companies of Capt. [Robert] George artillery, Capt. [Richard] Brashear, Capt. [Isaac] Taylor, Capt. [John] Baley, Capt. [John] Girault. Names: Major Thomas Quirk, William Elms.

14673-9-82-83-January ?, 1781: Faded. Rank and file flour and salt ration for Illinois Regiment of Lieut. Col. John Montgomery at Fort Nelson. Companies of Capt. [Robert] George Artillery, Capt. [Richard] Brashear, Capt. [Isaac] Taylor, Capt. [John] Baley, Capt. [John] Girault. Names: William Elms, Major Thomas Quirk.

14674-9-84-85-January 18, 1782: Faded. Rank and file flour and salt ration for Illinois Regiment of Lieut. Col. John Montgomery at Fort Nelson. Companies of Capt. [Robert] George Artillery. Capt. [Richard] Brashear, Capt. [Isaac] Taylor, Capt. [John] Baley, Capt. [John] Girault. Names: William Elms, Major Thomas Quirk.

14675-9-86-87-January 7, 1782: Top document. State of Virginia account with Thomas Holman, who supplied 511 pounds of dried beef to William Shannon, Edward Coleman, Patt Kennedy.

14676-9-86-87-January 12, 1782: Bottom document. State of Virginia account with James Sullivan for sundry articles furnished for use of the Western Department. Items: paper, beer, sugar, coffee, rent of a 40 foot long store house with 2 rooms located at the Falls of Ohio. Names: Alex Moore.

14677-9-88-89-January 12, 1782: Top document. Faded. Incomplete. Rations for Illinois Regiment commanded by Lieut. Col. John Montgomery. Names: Capt. [Robert] George Artillery, Capt. [Isaac] Taylor, Capt. [Richard] Brashear.

14678-9-88-89-January 23, 1782: Bottom documet. Faded. Rank and file salt and flour ration for Illinois Regiment commanded by Lieut. Col. John Montgomery. Names: Capt. [Robert] George Artillery, Capt. [Richard] Brashear, Capt. [Isaac] Taylor, Capt. [John] Girault, William Elms, Major Thomas Quirk.

14679-9-90-91-January 21, 1782: Top document. Martin Carney certified Ceasar, a negro man belonging to the estate of James Robertson, had served 428 days as an artificer at the Falls of Ohio and Fort Jefferson in the service of the state of Virginia from May 1, 1780 to July 2, 1781. Names: George Rogers Clark.

14680-9-90-91-October 5, 1780: Bottom document. Bill of exchange sent by Lieut. Col. John Montgomery from Fort Clark to Treasurer of the state of Virginia for payment to Oliver Pollock for sundry provisions and merchandize supplied for troops in the Illinois county. Names: Thomas Acker, Daniel Clark.

14681-9-92-93-November 23, 1781: Document written in French. Bill of Exchange sent by George Rogers Clark at Kaskaskia to Oliver Pollock at New Orelans. Names: Leonard Mazange?, Pedro Diernas.

14682 Frame 94-101-January 1, 1782: Entries from December 16, 1781 through January 1, 1782 listing pay and subsistence and other expenses. Names: Capt. John Rogers, Major John Crittenden, Evan Baker, Samuel Adams, S. Smith, Col.

14682-9-94-101-January 1, 1782-Continued: Kennedy, James Sullivan, John Philips, George Slaughter, William Shannon, John Byrne, Mary Pendergrass, Thomas Philips, Col. Bowman, William Pope, Sandford Edwards, Aquilla Whitaker, John Standley, Samuel Wills, Simon Triplett, Mary Christie, James Wright, Jacob Valmoth, James Trabue, Daniel Trabue, Abraham Hamponstall, James Merriweather, James Dosant?, Col. Crockett, William Savago, Benjamin Kuykendall, William Henderson, Capt. Robert Patterson, Arthur Lindsay, Hugh Faber, David Standeford, James Dickory, William Tomilinson, Capt. Robert Elliott, Philip Chapman, Moses Kimbrough, James May, Hugh McGary, Charles Gratiot, James Young, George Hart, John Favour, Mark Thomas, Lazarus Ryan, Frederick Michael, Benjamin Logan, John Logan, M. Single, John Brown, William Hogan, Daniel Gass, James Brown, John Trabue, James Lloyd, James Kerr?, Nathaniel Hart, George Willson, Patrick Shields, Samuel Johnson, Joseph Kimbrough, William Marshall, John Bowman, Samuel Smith, Josiah Baker, Simon Fletcher, Reuben Kemp, Richard Chinoweth, Newton Harris, James Sherlock, Philip Dejean, John Beckley, Robert Saunders, Daniel Rogers, Thomas Askins, Alexander Robertson, John Grant, Richard Barbour, Michael Stucker, Jacob Stucker, John Williams, Gabriel Madison, William Preston, Robert Buchanan, John Jameson, Henry Hanagar?, William Harrison, George Davidson, John Crittenden, Jacob Morris, Charles Bradford, Abraham Miller. Items listed: beef, whiskey, boats, gun/rifle, boarding and attendance for wounded, iron, planks, salt, buffalo beef, bear meat, horses, medicine, tallow. Reference to Falls of Ohio, militia, Illinois Regiment, troops, Harrodsburgh Garrison, Shawnee Expedition, Kaskaskia Indians, Kentucky county, Lincoln Militia, Kent Militia, spies, Fort Jefferson, mouth of Ohio River, soldiers, muskets. Very fine handwriting. Many names are listed more than once.

14683-9-102-105-March 22, 1782: Entries for items and cash distributed to various officers and persons from 1780 through March 22, 1781. Reference to corn, meat, Louisville, troops, flour, blankets, express, Indian Affairs, salt, whiskey, Falls of Ohio, Indians, saddles, army, Kaskaskia Indians, Shawnee Expedition. Names: Mary Christie, James Morris, George Willson, Capt. William Pope, Richard Barbour, Robert Anderson, Dorsey Pentecort, Capt. John Rogers, Anthony Gamblin, Brooks Treal?, William Shannon, James Sullivan, John Byrn, Jacob Valm, James Wright, John Hundley, Abraham Vanmeter, Thomas McCarty, Major George Slaughter, Uriah Johnson, Thomas McGee, Moses Kuykendall,

14683-9-102-105-March 22, 1782-Continued: Isaac Holder, Aquilla Whitaker, John Philips, Sanford Edwards, John Favor, William Harrison, John Todd, George Webb, M. Andrew, Robert Todd, Andrew Robinson, Thomas Bentley, John Dodge, Evan Baker, James Francis Moore, Lieut. Col. John Montgomery, Jacob Myers, Jonah Thompson, John May, Col. William Preston, Col. LeGras, James Buchanan, Capt. Rowland Madison.

14684-9-106-107-January 8, 1782: State of Virginia account for cooper work for the use of the Western Department. Entries from August 13, 1780 to July 26, 1781 for beef, barrels, whiskey, salt. Names: James Stevenson, Capt. William Shannon, Peter Colman, Moses Spears.

BOX 639-FOLDER 144

VOUCHERS-JANUARY 1782

Frames #108-227

249 documents filmed on 119 frames.

14685-9-109-110-January ?, 1782: Top document. Capt. John Baley order to Fort Nelson for 2 pounds of powder and lead. Names: Thomas Quirk.

14686-9-109-110-No Date: Second document. Sarah Martin received $1720 for account due her son Samuel Martin. Names: James Berwick.

14687-9-109-110-January 9, 1782: Third document. Thomas Quirk order to Fort Nelson to issue 25 pounds of flour and 25 pounds of beef.

14688-9-109-110-January 27, 1782: Bottom document. Zephaniah Blackford at Fort Nelson issued horse

14688-9-109-110-January 27, 1782-Continued: bells to Blan Ballard for use of an express going to General George Rogers Clark.

14689-9-111-114-January 7, 1782: Top document. Duplicate filming. John Wood enlistment as a soldier for three years or for duration of the War in the Illinois Regiment to serve with Capt. John Baley. Names: James Cosgrove.

14690-9-111-114-January 27, 1782: Second document. Duplicate filming. Names; Bland Ballard.

14691-9-111-114-January 27, 1782: Third document. Duplicate filming. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Nelson to issue 4 worsted caps for men going with George Rogers Clark to Harrodsburgh. Names: Nicholas Tuttle.

14692-9-111-114-January 27, 1782: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Reference to horses at Falls of Ohio. Names: Bland Ballard.

14693-9-115-116-January 26, 1782: Top document. Thomas Quirk order to issue 2 pounds of powder to Sarah McCally for nursing a sick soldier.

14694-9-115-116-January 26, 1782: Bottom document. Tobacco issued to Major Thomas Quirk.

14695-9-117-118-January 26, 1782: Top document. Fort Nelson issued corn to Major Thomas Quirk.

14696-9-117-118-January 26, 1782: Second document. Surcingles and cruppers issued to Thomas Quirk.

14697-9-117-118-January 27, 1782: Fort Nelson issued horse bells and straps to Thomas Quirk.

14698-9-117-118-January 22, 1782: Bottom document. Faded. Tent issued.

14699-9-119-121-January 19, 1782: Top document. Duplicate filming. Duck cloth issued to make hunting shirts. Names: Capt. Richard Brashear, James Elms.

14700-9-119-121-January 17, 1782: Second document. Duplicate filming. Rice Bullock certified he had bought a horse belonging to Virginia from Major George Walls.

14701-9-119-121-January 7, 1782: Third document. Fort Nelson issue bridle bits to Thomas Quirk.

14702-9-119-121-January 20, 1782: Bottom left document. Kaskaskia issued rations for a man and wash woman in Capt. John Williams company.

14703-9-119-121-January 12, 1782: Bottom right document. Fort Nelson issued a kettle to John Donne. Names: Thomas Quirk.

14704-9-122-125-January 3, 1782: Top document. Rations issued for 27 men of Capt. Samuel Pottengen's militia. Names: John Crittenden.

14705-9-122-125-January 6, 1782: Second document. Fort Nelson issued 3 swords and belts for use of 3 sergeants of Capt. Robert George company. Names: Thomas Quirk.

14706-9-122-125-January 8, 1782: Bottom document. Rations issued. Names: Major George Walls.

14707-9-126-127-January 31, 1783: Top document. Rations issued for use of ? Sherlock. Names: Major George Walls.

14708-9-126-127-January 5, 1782: Second document. Fort Nelson issued rations to Capt. John Baley and Thomas Quirk.

14709-9-126-127-January 5, 1782: Third document. Buttons issued for 5 pairs of overalls. Names: Lieut. Richard Clark, Thomas Quirk.

14710-9-126-127-January 26, 1782: Fourth document. A pistol, holster, and sword belt issued to Capt. Richard Brashear. Names: Thomas Quirk.

14711-9-126-127-January 26, 1782: Bottom document. Fort Nelson issued a pistol, sword and belt to Lieut. James Calvit. Names: Thomas Quirk.

14712-9-128-129-January 26, 1782: Top document. Horse man sword issued to Thomas Quirk. Names: John Graham.

14713-9-128-129-January 24, 1782: Second document. Fort Nelson issued pistol, holster, and stirrups to Capt. John Baley.

14714-9-128-129-No Date: Third document. George Rogers Clark received 2 surcingles.

14715-9-128-129-January 9, 1782: Bottom document. Fort Nelson issued rations for Capt. Robert Young. Names: Capt. Robert George.

14716-9-130-131-January 31, 1782: Top document. Flour and beef issued for use of Major Thomas Quirk mess. Names: Capt. John Girault.

14717-9-130-131-January 26, 1782: Second document. Ration of meat and flour issued for Major Thomas Quirk.

14718-9-130-131-January 19, 1782: Third document. Two swords, a belt, thread, a worsted cap, paper and receipt book to Major Thomas Quirk.

14719-9-130-131-January 19, 1782: Bottom document. Tobacco issued to Capt. Robert George. Names: Bland Ballard.

14720-9-132-135-No Date: Top document. Faded. Duplicate filming. Flour and salt ration. Names: Capt. Robert George, Peter Macklin?

14721-9-132-135-January 17, 1782: Second document. Faded. Duplicate filming. Rank and file rations issued for Major George Walls company. Unable to read names.

14722-9-132-135-January 27, 1781: Third document. Exchange of 100 pounds of flour for 25 pounds of butter. Names: Major Thomas Quirk.

14723-9-132-135-January 21, 1782: Bottom document. Fort Nelson issued thread to make musket cartridges. Names: Zephaniah Blackford, Thomas Quirk.

14724-9-136-137-January 19, 1782: Top document. Fort Nelson issued rations for a man of Col. Crockett's company. Names: Thomas Quirk.

14725-9-136-137-January 12, 1782: Bottom document. Fort Nelson issued flour and salt. Names: Lieut. Richard Clark.

14726-9-138-141-January 13, 1782: Top document. Duplicate filming. Flour and salt ration issued for a prisoner. Names: John Donne.

14727-9-138-141-January 29, 1782: Second document. Duplicate filming. Flour and salt ration issued for a prisoner. Names: John Donne, Col. Calvit.

14728-9-138-141-January 31, 1782: Third document. Duplicate filming. Flour and salt issued for mess of Capt. John Girault.

14779-9-142-143-January 13, 1782: Top document. Double ration and salt issued. Names: Lieut. Jarret Williams.

14780 Frame 142-143-January 31, 1782: Second document. Lieut. Jarret Williams received 154 pounds of flour, 30 pounds of beef and 38 pounds of salt for mess at Fort Nelson.

14781-9-142-143-January 31, 1782: Third document. Fort Nelson issued 309 pounds of flour and 23 gills of salt for use of artificers. Names: Bland Ballard.

14782-9-142-143-January 31, 1782: Bottom document. Flour and salt ration issued to John Donne.

14783-9-144-145-January 24, 1781: Top document. Flour issued to 3 sick men. Names: Capt. John Girault.

14784-9-144-145-January 25, 1782: Second document. Fort Nelson issued rations for 7 sick men in the hospital. Names: Capt. Richard Brashear.

14785-9-144-145-January 17, 1782: Third document. Faded. Names: Lieut. Joseph Calvit.

14786-9-146-147-January 8, 1782: Top document. Fort Nelson issued rations for 4 men in hospital. Names: Lieut. Richard Clark.

14787-9-146-147-January 4, 1782: Second document. Faded. Fort Nelson issued rations. Unable to read names.

14288-9-146-147-January 30, 1782: Third document. Faded. Fort Nelson issued gun/rifle. Names: Thomas Quirk.

14789-9-146-147-January 5, 1782: Fourth document. Fort Nelson issued powder and kettles for use of hunting party. Names: Major Thomas Quirk.

14790-9-148-149-January 5, 1782: Top document. Flour ration issued for James Berwick. Names: Major Thomas Quirk, John Bowman.

14791-9-148-149-January 2, 1782: Second document. Faded. Flour and salt ration by Fort Nelson. Names: Capt. John Baley, unable to read a name.

14792-9-148-149-January 5, 1782: Third document. Fort Nelson issued powder and lead for hunting party. Names: Major Thomas Quirk.

14793-9-148-149-January 2, 1782: Bottom document. Fort Nelson issued flour ration for men of Capt. [Isaac] Taylor company. Names: Major Thomas Quirk.

14794-9-150-152-December 10, 1781: Top document. Duplicate filming. Rations issued. Names: James Berwick, Major Thomas Quirk.

14795-9-150-152-January 7, 1782: Second document. Duplicate filming. Fort Nelson issued nails. Names: Major Thomas Quirk.

14796-9-150-152-January 7, 1782: Third document. Duplicate filming. Fort Nelson issued sheep skins to Capt. Robert George.

14797-9-150-152-January 8, 1782: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Fort Nelson issued cartridge box, belts and bayonets for use of Capt. [Isaac] Taylor. Names: Lieut. Joseph Calvit.

14798-9-153-154-January 9, 1782: Top document. Rations issued for men in hospital. Names: Lieut. Richard Clark.

14799-9-153-154-January 8, 1782: Second document. Major Thomas Quirk order to issue 8 guns, 11 bayonets, 12 pouches, and 12 belts to Capt. John Girault.

14800-9-153-154-January 7, 1782: Third document. Faded. Fort Nelson issued a gun to Capt. Harris. Names: Major Thomas Quirk.

14801-9-153-154-January 16, 1782: Bottom document. Major Thomas Quirk order to Fort Nelson to issue

14801-9-153-154-January 16, 1782-Continued: 503 pounds of flour and 403 pounds of beef to Capt. Richard Chinoweth for use of troops.

14802-9-155-156-December 8, 1781: Top document. Fort Nelson issued 90 rations to Mrs. George Grundy for the same number of rations supplied by her for sick soldiers at her home. Names: Joseph Crockett, Thomas Quirk.

14803-9-155-156-January 2, 1782: Second document. Major Thomas Quirk order to issue flour and salt ration for Capt. Whaley's company of volunteers.

14804-9-155-156-January ?., 1782: Third document. Faded. Fort Nelson issued belts for men of the Illinois Regiment. Names: Thomas Quirk.

14805-9-155-156-January 1, 1782: Bottom document. Fort Nelson issued rations to Capt. John Baley.

14806-9-157-158-January 5, 1782: Top document. Major Thomas Quirk order to Fort Nelson to issue a wash woman and 3 children.

14807-9-157-158-January 22, 1782: Second document. Major Thomas Quirk order to Fort Nelson to issue powder and ball for 17 men under his command.

14808-9-157-158-January 2, 1782: Third document on left. Major Thomas Quirk order to issue a gun and bayonet to Capt. John Girault.

14809-9-157-158-January 23, 1782: Fourth document on right. Major Thomas Quirk order to issue Mr. Dodge with grenades, sword and belt.

14810-9-157-158-January 22, 1782: Bottom document. Fort Nelson issued a tent for John Cowen, who was sick. Names: Capt. Richard Brashear, Major Thomas Quirk.

14811-9-159-162-January 21, 1782: Top document. Duplicate filming. Fort Nelson issued rations for a sick man of Capt. Whaley's volunteers. Names: Major Thomas Quirk.

14812-9-159-162-January 5, 1782: Second document. Duplicate filming. Fort Nelson issued rations for a sick man of Capt. Whaley's volunteers. Names: Major Thomas Quirk.

14813-9-159-162-January 22, 1782: Third document. Duplicate filming. Major Thomas Quirk order to Fort Nelson to issue duck cloth for a jacket and overalls for use of Capt. Robert George. Names: Bland Ballard.

14814-9-159-162-January 25, 1782: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Major Thomas Quirk order to issue a half pound of powder to Mrs. Harrison for assisting a soldier's wife.

14815-9-163-166-January 3, 1782: Top document. Duplicate filming. Fort Nelson issued 64 pounds of flour for 16 sick men in the hospital. Names: Lieut. Joseph Calvit.

14816-9-163-166-January 2, 1781: Second document. Duplicate filming. George Rogers Clark was issued 92 pounds of flour.

14817-9-163-166-January 31, 1782: Third document. Duplicate filming. Fort Nelson issued lead to Nathaniel Prather. Names: John Lloyd, Capt. Robert George and ? Jefferson.

14818-9-163-166-January 30, 1782: Fourth document. Duplicate filming. Tobacco issued. Names: Bland Ballard, Capt. Robert George, Patrick Kennedy.

14819-9-163-166-No Date: Bottom document. Faded. Duplicate filming. Unable to read.

14820-9-167-172-January 7, 1782: Top document. Duplicate filming. Fort Nelson issued 4 day rations for 16 sick men in the hospital. Names: Capt. John Baley.

14821-9-167-172-January 23, 1782: Second document. Duplicate filming. George Rogers Clark was issued 100 pounds of flour for his own use.

14822-9-167-172-January 26, 1782: Third document. Duplicate filming. Major Thomas Quirk order to issue a surcingle and bag for journey to Harrodsburgh.

14823-9-167-172-January 30, 1782: Fourth document. Duplicate filming. Fort Jefferson issued powder for use of Capt. Robert George.

14824-9-167-172-January 26, 1782: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Military Store issued 2 pistols and 2 holsters for guards going with George Rogers Clark to Fort Nelson. Names: Major Thomas Quirk.

14825-9-173-174-January 25, 1782: Top document. Fort Nelson issued powder and lead. Names: Major Thomas Quirk.

14826-9-173-174-January 26, 1782: Second document. Fort Nelson issued a knapsack to Ned Johnson. Names: Major Thomas Quirk, Capt. Richard Brashear.

14827-9-173-174-January 19, 1782: Bottom left document. Fort Nelson issued rations to men of Capt. Whaley's volunteers. Names: Major Thomas Quirk.

14828-9-173-174-January 11, 1782: Bottom right document. Fort Nelson issued rations to men of Capt. Whaley's volunteers. Names: Major Thomas Quirk.

14829-9-175-176-January 25, 1782: Top document. Major Thomas Quirk order to issue 200 pounds of flour in exchange for 12 bushels of potatoes.

14830-9-175-176-January 10, 1782: Second document. Capt. John Baley certified Ensign Laurence Slaughter before his death joined Baley with number of recruits among whom 6 men, who had enlisted and received land warrants.

14831-9-175-176-January 5, 1782: Third document. Lieut. Richard Clark order to Fort Nelson to issue rations for 15 men.

14832-9-175-176-January 18, 1782: Bottom document. Major Thomas Quirk order to Fort Nelson to issue rations for Col. Crockett's 2 men, who were going home.

14833-9-177-178-January 6, 1782: Top document. Knapsacks issued to 2 men in Capt. John Baley company. Names: Lieut. Richard Clark, Major Thomas Quirk.

14834-9-177-178-January 8, 1782: Second document. Major Thomas Quirk order to Fort Nelson to issue 6 muskets, 6 bayonets, 6 belts and 7 cartridge boxes for use of part of Capt. John Baley company.

14835-9-177-178-January 8, 1782: Third document. Major Thomas Quirk order at Fort Nelson to issue powder and lead for Israel Dodge to hunt.

14836-9-177-178-January 19, 1782: Bottom document. Major Thomas Quirk order to Fort Nelson to issue duck cloth to make hunting shirts for James Hildebrandt of Capt. Richard Brashear company. Names: Bland Ballard.

14837-9-179-180-January 3, 1782: Top document. Rations issued for 2 recruits. Names: Capt. Robert George, Major Thomas Quirk.

14838-9-179-180-January 9, 1782: Second document. Major Thomas Quirk order to Fort Nelson to issue leather for shoes for soldiers of Capt. Richard Brashear company.

14839-9-179-180-January 9, 1782: Third document. Major Thomas Quirk order to issue duck cloth and thread to Capt. Robert George company.

14840-9-181-182-January 12, 1782: Top document. Fort Nelson issued a cartridge box and bayonet to soldier Thomas Hooper. Names: Major Thomas Quirk, Lieut. Calvit.

14841-9-181-182-January 7, 1782: Second document. Fort Nelson issued a cartridge box and bayonet. Names: Major Thomas Quirk, Lieut. Calvit.

14842-9-181-182-January 11, 1782: Third document. Faded. Fort Nelson issued powder, flint and lead. Names: Capt. Robert George, Major Thomas Quirk.

14843-9-181-182-January 10, 1782: Bottom document. Fort Nelson issued powder to the sergeant major. Names: Major Thomas Quirk.

14844-9-183-184-January 10, 1782: Top document. Fort Nelson issued a musket, belt and cartridge box to a man in Capt. John Baley company. Names: Major Thomas Quirk.

14845-9-183-184-January 9, 1782: Second document. Major Thomas Quirk order to Fort Nelson to issue a cartridge box to Sergeant Pitman.

14846-9-183-184-January 10, 1782: Third document. Fort Nelson issued an account book to Capt. Richard Brashear. Names: Mr. Ballard.

14847-9-183-184-January 25, 1782: Bottom document. Major Thomas Quirk order to issue powder.

14848-9-185-186-January 25, 1782: Top document. Major Thomas Quirk order to Fort Nelson to issue a tent for 2 recruits of Capt. John Baley.

14849-9-185-186-January 27, 1782: Second document. Faded. Powder and lead issued. Names: Major Thomas Quirk.

14850-9-185-186-January 26, 1782: Third document. Faded. Belt. Unable to read names.

14851-9-185-186-January 26, 1782: Fourth document. Major Thomas Quirk order to Fort Nelson to issue stirrup irons.

14852-9-185-186-January 26, 1782: Bottom document. Major Thomas Quirk order to issue 2 dozen flints.

14853-9-187-188-January 28, 1782: Top document. Fort Nelson issued a tent for a man of Capt. Richard Brashear company. Names: Capt. Robert George, James Brant, Jarret Williams.

14854-9-187-188-January 28, 1782: Second document. Capt. Robert George order for Fort Nelson to issue a belt for use of James Finn.

14855-9-187-188-January 28, 1782: Third document. Fort Nelson issued powder and lead for a man to hunt. Names: Capt. Richard Brashear, Capt. Robert George.

14856-9-187-188-January 27, 1782: Fourth document. Major Thomas Quirk order to issue duck cloth for a soldier in Col. Crockett's regiment.

14857-9-187-188-January 27, 1782: Bottom document. Fort Nelson issued powder and lead for a command going with George Rogers Clark.

14858-9-189-190-February 27, 1782: Top document. Flour issued for George Rogers Clark. Names: Pat Dunman?

14859-9-189-190-January 7, 1782: Second document on left. Capt. Robert George order to Falls of Ohio to issue powder and lead to John Donne.

14860-9-189-190-January 29, 1782: Third document on right. Faded. Shoes issued. Names: Lieut. Jarret Williams.

14861-9-189-190-January 1, 1782: Fourth document. Major Thomas Quirk order to Fort Nelson to issue 6 day ration for a prisoner of War.

14862-9-189-190-January 31, 1782: Bottom document. Faded. Fort Nelson issued powder and lead for a sick soldier. Names: Capt. Robert George.

14863-9-191-194-January 31, 1782: Top document. Duplicate filming. Fort Nelson issued powder to John Donne for hunting. Name: Capt. Robert George.

14864-9-191-194-January 30, 1782: Second document on left. Duplicate filming. Powder and musket balls issued to Capt. John Girault. Names: Capt. Robert George.

14865-9-191-194-January ?, 1782: Third document on right. Duplicate filming. Fort Nelson issued 9 muskets, bayonets, belts and cartridge boxes to train the artillery of Capt. Robert George. Names: Major Thomas Quirk.

14866-9-191-194-January 30, 1782: Fourth document. Duplicate filming. Tobacco issued. Names: Blan Ballard, James F. Moore, Capt. Robert George.

14867-9-191-194-January 31, 1782: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Fort Nelson issued powder and lead for use of Lieut. James Calvit. Names: Capt. Robert George.

14868-9-195-196-January 20, 1782: Top document. Capt. Robert George order at Fort Nelson to issue powder for use of Samuel Smyth.

14869-9-195-196-January 25, 1782: Second document. Major Thomas Quirk order to issue 40 pounds of flour to Mrs. Harrison for assisting a soldier's wife.

14870-9-195-196-January 25, 1782: Third document. George Rogers Clark order to issue powder to Mr. Duncan.

14871-9-195-196-January 25, 1782: Bottom document. John Wood certified Capt. John Rogers of the Illinois Regiment had paid commonwealth of Virginia bounty money to him for enlisting.

14872-9-197-198-January 25, 1782: Top left document. Major Thomas Quirk order to issue 4 day rations for Mrs. Asher and her family.

14873-9-197-198-January 29, 1782: Top right document. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Nelson to issue 3 day rations for the Widow Asher family.

14874-9-197-198-January 21, 1782: Third document. Major Thomas Quirk order to Fort Nelson to issue powder and lead for a man of Col. Crockett company to use on his way home. Names: Zephaniah Blackford.

14875-9-197-198-January 21, 1782: Fourth document. Major Thomas Quirk order to Fort Nelson to issue 3 pounds of tobacco to Martin Carney.

14876-9-197-198-January 21, 1782: Bottom document. Major Thomas Quirk order to issue 2 coats for 2 of Capt. Robert George's recruits.

14877-9-199-200-January 9, 1782: Top document. Major Thomas Quirk order to Fort Nelson to issue 5 pounds of tobacco to Lieut. Richard Clark.

14878-9-199-200-January 9, 1782: Second document. Rations issued for mess of Major Thomas Quirk.

14879-9-199-200-January 25, 1782: Third document. Mr. Brashear was issued 98 pounds of flour in exchange for pork.

14880-9-199-200-January 22, 1782: Bottom document. Faded. Contract of Commonwealth of Virginia. Names: ? Armstead, Simon Nathan.

14881-9-201-202-January 16, 1782: Top document. Major Thomas Quirk order to issue 4 day rations for Mrs. Asher and her 5 children.

14882-9-201-202-January 4, 1782: Second document. Major Thomas Quirk order to issue 4 day ration for a wash woman and 3 children.

14883-9-201-202-January 24, 1782: Third document. Faded. Names: Major Thomas Quirk, B. Pitman, Fort Nelson.

14884-9-201-202-January 25, 1782: Bottom left document. Fort Nelson issued a gun [gun/rifle] to Proctor Ballard. Names: Lewis Ballard.

14885-9-201-202-January 21, 1782: Bottom right document. Capt. John Girault requested a bushel of corn for use of Major Thomas Quirk.

14886-9-203-204-January 21, 1782: Top document. Major Thomas Quirk order to Bland Ballard at Fort Nelson to issue a pair of stirrups and leather to Capt. John Baley.

14887-9-203-204-January 25, 1782: Second document. Major Thomas Quirk order to Bland Ballard at Fort Nelson to issue duck cloth to Isaac Yates, who was a soldier in Capt. John Baley company.

14888-9-203-204-January 21, 1782: Third document. Faded. Major Thomas Quirk order to issue rations to Mrs. Asher and her family.

14889-9-203-204-January 12, 1782: Fourth document. Major Thomas Quirk order to issue 3 day ration of salt and flour to Mrs. Asher and her 5 children.

14890-9-203-204-January 18, 1782: Bottom document. By order of Major Thomas Quirk, Capt. John Girault requested 10 day ration for ? Doherty and his wife at Fort Nelson.

14891-9-205-206-January 25, 1782: Top document. Major Thomas Quirk order at Fort Nelson to issue 30 pounds of flour to Widow Faith and family, who were in distress.

14892-9-205-206-January 25, 1782: Second document. Major Thomas Quirk order to Fort Nelson to issue 20 pounds of flour for the Widow Russell and family, who were in distress.

14893-9-205-206-January 26, 1782: Third document. Faded. Major Thomas Quirk order to issue 12 hobbles [horse straps] and 12 pairs of horse shoes for use of General George Rogers Clark.

14894-9-205-206 January 25, 1782: Left bottom document. Major Thomas Quirk order to Fort Nelson to issue duck cloth for use of Capt. Richard Brashear.

14895-9-205-206-December 19, 1781: Right bottom document. Faded. Major Thomas Quirk order to issue flour and salt to Capt. Richard Brashear.

14896-9-207-209-January 4, 1782: Top left document. Duplicate filming. Major Thomas Quirk order to issue 4 day provisions flour and salt to Mrs. Asher and her 5 children.

14897-9-207-209-January 25, 1782: Top right document. Duplicate filming. Duck cloth issued for use of Major Thomas Quirk.

14898-9-207-209-January 26, 1782: Third document. Duplicate filming. Fort Nelson issued 100 pounds of flour to ? McCormick for Major Thomas Quirk.

14899-9-207-209-January 27, 1782: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Major Thomas Quirk order to issue 3 yards of duck cloth for 6 men of his company.

14900-9-210-211-January 27, 1782: Top document. Martin Carney and Major Thomas Quirk certified at Fort Nelson that Archibald Lockard [Lockhard] worked as an artificer at Handmills for use of the troops in the Western Virginia and Illinois Department for 13 months and 8 days by order of General [George Rogers] Clark. Added note stated " it appears to the commissioners that the claimant was a soldier and think it reasonable to allow him 6 pence? per day for the above service." Total amount due was 10 pounds currency.

14901-9-210-211-January 28, 1782: Second document. Major Thomas Quirk order to Fort Nelson to issue flour for the baker to bake biscuits.

14902-9-210-211-January 27, 1782: Third document. Faded. Major Thomas Quirk order to Fort Nelson to issue salt for 4 men going with General [George Rogers] Clark. Names: Ensign Johnson.

14903-9-210-211-January 31, 1782: Bottom document. Lieut. James Calvit order to issue 156 pounds of flour and 27 pounds of beef and 1 gallon of salt for his use.

14904-9-212-215-January 31, 1782: Top document. Duplicate filming. Lieut. Richard Clark order at

14905-9-212-215-January 31, 1782-Continued: Fort Nelson to issue flour, beef and salt for mess of General George Rogers Clark.

14906-9-212-215-January 29, 1782: Second document. Duplicate filming. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Nelson for 4 day ration for men of Major [George] Slaughter.

14907-9-212-215-January 24, 1782: Third document. Duplicate filming. Fort Nelson issued powder for 3 men of Lieut. James Calvit.

14908-9-212-215-January 11, 1782: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. P. Mars received 90 pounds of flour and beef for use of George Rogers Clark's mess.

14909-9-216-217-January 31, 1782: Top document. Fort Nelson issued 150 pounds of flour, 30 pounds of beef and 7 gills of salt for mess of Capt. Robert George.

14910-9-216-217-January 27, 1782: Second document. Flour and salt issued to Lieut. Jarret Williams.

14911-9-216-217-January 17, 1782: Third document on left. Lieut. Jarret Williams order to Fort Nelson to issue flour and salt to the Enemy Depart. [Prisoners of War.]

14912-9-216-217-January 21, 1782: Fourth document on right. Capt. Richard Brashear order to Fort Nelson to issue rations to the Enemy Department. [Prisoners of War]

14913-9-216-217-January 31, 1782: Bottom left document. Fort Nelson issued 180 pounds of flour, 30 pounds of beef and a quart of salt for the mess of Capt. John Baley.

14914-9-216-217-January 25, 1782: Bottom right document. Fort Nelson issued 4 day rations of flour for 1 prisoner of the enemy. Names: John Donne, Capt. Burnett.

14915-9-218-219-January 31, 1782: Top document. Commonwealth of Virginia account with Samuel Martin for supplying barrels to William Shannon at the Falls of Ohio.

14916-9-218-219-January 31, 1782: Second document. Bland Ballard received 100 pounds of flour and 15 pounds of beef for his use.

14917-9-218-219-January 17, 1782: Bottom left document. Faded. Major Thomas Quirk order to issue flour and salt to Capt. Richard Brashear.

14918-9-218-219-January 17, 1782: Bottom right document. Major Thomas Quirk order to issue flour and salt. Names: William Elms. Unable to read a name.

14919-9-220-221-January 5, 1782: Top document. George Rogers Clark order to issue powder.

14920-9-220-221-January 5, 1782: Second document. Fort Nelson issue powder. Names: Major Thomas Quirk, Lieut. James Calvit.

14921-9-220-221-January ?, 1782: Third document. Faded. George Rogers Clark order to issue 2 white shirts to Capt. Thomas Young.

14922-9-220-221-January 20, 1782: Fourth document. Faded. Major Thomas Quirk order for rations.

14923-9-222-223-January 3, 1782: Top document. Fort Nelson issued flint to Bigg Lefeavors of Capt. [Isaac] Taylor. Names: Lieut. Joseph Calvit.

14924-9-222-223-January 5, 1782: Second document. Ration of flour issued to Mr. Kennedy. Names: Will Shannon.

14925-9-222-223-January 25, 1782: Third document. Items issued shoes, tent, paper, beef, leather, saddle. Names: Lieut. Richard Clark, Major Thomas Quirk.

14926-9-222-223-January ?. 1782: Bottom document. Faded. Unable to read.

14927-9-224-225-January 26, 1782: Top document. Fort Nelson issued duck cloth to Enoch Nelson to make a short jacket. Names: Capt. Richard Brashear, Major Thomas Quirk, Mr. Ballard.

14928-9-224-225-January 23, 1782: Second document. Major Thomas Quirk order to issue a keg of flour to a family in distress.

14929-9-224-225-January 21, 1782: Third document. Fort Nelson issued a pouch and [powder] horn to a man of Capt. John Baley company. Names: Major Thomas Quirk.

14930-9-224-225-January 5, 1782: Fourth document. Fort Nelson issued provisions for the Widow Asher and her 5 children. Major Thomas Quirk.

14931-9-226-227-January 29, 1782: Top document. Jefferson issued a rifle to Doctor Samuel Smith [Smyth] for a few months use. Names: Ensign Lloyd, Major Thomas Quirk.

14932-9-226-227-January 9, 1782: Second document. A musket and bayonet issued. Names: Sergeant William Crump, Capt. Richard Brashear, Major Thomas Quirk.

14933-9-226-227-January 20, 1782: Third document. Fort Jefferson issued sugar and coffee to Mrs. Owins. Names: Martin Carney, Capt. Robert George.

14934-9-226-227-January 9, 1782: Bottom document. Fort Nelson issued 2 shirts for use of James Finn. Names: Capt. Robert George.

BOX 639-FOLDER 145

LETTERS-FEBRUARY 1782

Frames #228-231

3 documents filmed on 3 frames.

14935-9-229-February 20, 1782: John Crittenden letter to Governor. Filed and printed elsewhere.

14936-9-230-February 16, 1782: Sam Brown letter to Governor Harrison. Filed and printed elsewhere.

14937-9-231-February 8, 1782: L. Wood letter to the Governor. Filed and printed elsewhere.

BOX 639-FOLDER 146

ACCOUNTS-FEBRUARY 1782

Frames #232-259

18 documents filmed on 17 frames.

14938-9-233-234-July 20, 1781: Faded. Duplicate filming. Daniel Clark at Richmond, Virginia received certificates for tobacco for $20,000 plus interest from David Ross, who was commercial agent for the state of Virginia.

14939-9-235-236-February 13, 1781: Faded. Duplicate filming. State of Virginia account with Oliver Pollock. Bill of exchange sent to Daniel Clark for payment. Names: Lieut. Col. [John] Montgomery, George Rogers Clark, Thomas Bentley, Lieut. Laurence Slaughter, John Thruston, ? Perault, Jean Baptist Malvost, Thomas Dalton, Hannah Dalton.

14940-9-237-238-No Date: Top document. Accounts. Reference to Ex Papers 1783-1815.

14941-9-237-238-February 9, 1782: Bottom document. Rank and file list of rations issued for the Illinois Regiment commanded by Lieut. Col. John Montgomery for 4 days from February 9 to February 12, 1782 at Fort Nelson. Beef and flour rations for 71 men and 9 women in the companies of Capt. Robert George artillery, Capt. [John] Bayley, Capt. [Isaac] Taylor, Capt. [Richard] Brashear, and Capt. [John] Gerault. Names: Sergeant William Elms.

14942-9-239-240-February 25, 1782: Top document. Rank and file list of rations issued for 2 days for the Illinois Regiment commanded by Lieut. Col. John Montgomery at Fort Nelson. Beef, flour and salt rations for 69 men and 9 women in companies of Capt. [Robert] George Artillery, Capt. [Richard] Brashear, Capt. [Isaac] Taylor, Capt. [John] Bailey, and Capt. [John] Girault. Names: Sergeant William Elms, Sergeant Major Miles.

14943-9-239-240-February 24, 1782: Bottom document. Jefferson County Lieut. John Floyd certified a horse was lost in service of the county in a defeat on September 14, 1781 in defense of the Jefferson County inhabitants. Robert Elms and Charles Floyd appraised the value of the dark bay horse, which was the property of Cornelius Bryan and was used in service.

14944-9-241-242-February 21, 1782: Top document. Voucher for beef supplied by John Smith. Names: Joseph Lindsay, Benjamin Logan.

14945-9-241-242-February 23, 1782: Bottom document. Capt. John Rogers certified William Cructchfield had not received pay nor clothing. Names: William Davies, George Rogers Clark. Portions of document very faded.

14946-9-243-244-February 6, 1782: Top document. Rank and file list of flour rations for Illinois Regiment commanded by Lieut. Col. John Montgomery for companies of Capt. [Robert] George Artillery, Capt. [Richard] Brashear, Capt. [Isaac] Taylor, Capt. [John] Baley, and Capt. [John] Girault. There were 72 men and 9 women. Names: Sergeant William Elms.

14947-9-243-244-February 8, 1782: Bottom document. Faded. Rank and file list of rations issue for Illinois Regiment commanded by Lieut. Col. John Montgomery for 72 men and 9 women in the companies of Capt. [Robert] George Artillery, Capt. [Richard] Brashear, Capt. [Isaac] Taylor, Capt. [John] Baley, and Capt. [John] Girault. Names: Sergeant William Elms.

14948-9-245-246-February 12, 1782: Top document. Faded and filmed up side down. Rank and file list of rations issued for Illinois Regiment commanded by Lieut. Col. John Montgomery for 71 men and 9 women in the companies of Capt. [Robert] George Artillery, Capt. [Richard] Brashear, Capt. [Isaac] Taylor, Capt. [John] Baley and Capt. [John] Girault. Names: Sergeant William Elms.

14949-9-245-246-February 9, 1782: Bottom document. Bland Ballard at Fort Nelson certified John Trover served as a waggoner in service of the state of Virginia from December 7, 1781 to February 6, 1782 and was entitled to pay.

14950-9-247-248-February 13, 1782: Top document. Rank and file list of rations issued at Fort Nelson for Illinois Regiment commanded by Lieut. Col. John Montgomery for 71 men and 9 women in the companies of Capt. [Robert] Robert George Artillery, Capt. [Richard] Brashear, Capt. [Isaac] Taylor, Capt. [John] Baley and Capt. [John] Girault. Names: Sergeant William Elms.

14951-9-247-248-February 20, 1782: Bottom document. Rank and file list of rations issued at Fort Nelson for Illinois Regiment commanded by Lieut. Col. John Montgomery for 69 men and 9 women in the companies of Capt. [Robert] George Artillery, Capt. [Richard] Brashear, Capt. [Isaac] Taylor, Capt. [John] Baley, Capt. [John] Girault. Names: Sergeant William Elms.

14952-9-249-250-February 4, 1782: Top document. Fort Nelson condemned 230 pounds of flour, which had been damaged. Names: Capt. John Baley, Lieut. Jarret Williams, Lieut. Richard Clark.

14953-9-249-250-February 24, 1782: Bottom document. Rank and file list of rations issued at Fort Nelson for Illinois Regiment commanded by Lieut. Col. John Montgomery for 69 men and 9 women in the companies of Capt. [Robert] George artillery, Capt. [Richard] Brashear, Capt. [John] Baley, Capt. [Isaac] Taylor, Capt. [John] Girault. Names: Sergeant William Elms.

14954-9-251-252-February 27, 1782: Rank and file list of rations issued for Illinois Regiment commanded by Lieut. Col. John Montgomery at Fort Nelson for 70 men and 9 women in the companies of Capt. [Robert] George, Capt. [Isaac] Taylor, Capt. [John] Baley, Capt. [Richard] Brashear, and Capt. [John] Girault. Names: Sergeant William Elms.

14955-9-253-255-February 28, 1782: Sundry articles delivered at Falls of Ohio and Fort Clark from August 20, 1779 to February 28, 1782. Items: coffee, sugar, broad cloth, boots, china plates, cotton, pewter buttons, knives, taffia, linseed oil, powder, guns, Jesuit Bark, bags, saws, gun worms, salt. Names: Capt. Harrison, James Shaw, ? Croucher, Mrs. Saulke, Lieut. Col. John Montgomery, Capt. [Richard] McCarty, James Finn, Mrs. Belt, Mr. Cochran, Mr. Elms, [Jacob] Haymaker, Hospital, armorer, Patt Kennedy, Isaac Bowman.

14956-9-256-259-October 10, 1781: Commonwealth of Virginia account with Hans Hamilton, horse master, for horses and employees used to transport flour from the mouth of the Monongahela River to the Ohio River for use of General George Rogers Clark expedition. Various entry dates. Names: Thomas Carroll, Thomas Huey, James Berry, Marshall Jordan, Joseph Shaw, James Peoples, John Irwin, Joseph Robinson, John Stephenson, James Stephenson, James McCalling?, John McKintey, Samuel Lafever, William McHagen?, William Harrison. Reference to Richmond, Virginia.

BOX 639-FOLDER 147

VOUCHERS-FEBRUARY 1782

Frames #260-352

163 documents filmed on 92 frames.

14957-9-261-264-February 21, 1782: Top document. Duplicate filming. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Nelson to issue 5 pounds of tobacco for men of Major [Bosseron].

14958-9-261-264-February 20, 1782: Second document. Duplicate filming. Horse bell issued to Major [Thomas] Quirk. Names: Capt. Robert George, Capt. [John] Girault.

14959-9-261-264-February 20, 1782: Third document. Duplicate filming. Faded. Names: Lieut. Jarret Williams, Capt. Robert George.

14960-9-261-264-February 16, 1782: Fourth document. Duplicate filming. Fort Nelson issued corn for George Rogers Clark's horses and flour for rations. Names: Bland Ballard, Capt. Robert George.

14961-9-261-264-February 27, 1782: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Capt. Robert George order to issue 28 pounds of beef for mess ration of Lieut. Crockett.

14962-9-265-266-February 21, 1782: Top document. Fort Nelson issued powder and lead. Names: Capt. Robert George.

14963-9-265-266-February 22, 1782: Second document. Capt. Robert George order to issue a pound of powder to Capt. Henry. Names: John Hacker?

14964-9-265-266-February 20, 1782: Third document on left. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Nelson to issue powder.

14965-9-265-266-February 27, 1782: Fourth document on right. Capt. Robert George order to issue powder and lead. Names: Capt. John Girault.

14966-9-265-266-February 10, 1782: Fifth document. Faded. Names: Capt. Robert George.

14967-9-265-266-February 12, 1782: Bottom document. Faded. Names: Capt. Robert George. Unable to read 1 name.

14968-9-267-268-February 12, 1782: Top document. Fort Nelson issued powder and lead. Names: Capt. Robert George. Unable to read a name.

14969-9-267-268-February 14, 1782: Second document. Capt. Robert George order to Zephaniah Blackford to issue powder for use of Israel Dodge.

14970-9-267-268-February 15, 1782: Third document. Fort Nelson issued powder and lead. Names: Capt. [John] Girault, Capt. Robert George.

14971-9-267-268-February 18, 1782: Fourth document. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Nelson to issue 2 kettles for company of Capt. John Baley. Names: Edward Tucker?

14972-9-267-268-February 27, 1782: Bottom document. Fort Nelson issued a ration for a prisoner of the Indian Department. Names: Capt. Robert George, Lieut. Jarret Williams, I. Woods.

14973-9-269-270-February 9, 1782: Top document. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Nelson to issue powder,lead and flint for use of Capt. John Baley men.

14974-9-269-270-February 13, 1782: Second document. Faded. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Nelson to issue powder and lead. Unable to read names.

14975-9-269-270-February 11, 1782: Third document. Faded. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Nelson to issue 4 day ration for John Donne.

14976-9-269-270-February ?, 1782: Fourth document. Faded. Capt. Robert George order to issue rations for a wash woman and 4 children.

14977-9-269-270-February 13, 1782: Fifth document. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Nelson to issue a gun to a man in Capt. John Baley company. Names: John Vaughan.

14978-9-269-270-February 13, 1782: Bottom document. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Nelson to issue a gun for man in Capt. John Baley company. Names: ? Vaughan.

14979-9-271-272-February 13, 1782: Top document. Fort Nelson issued a rifle to a man of Capt. [Richard] Brashear company. Names: Capt. Robert George, Capt. John Baley, Edward Johnson.

14980-9-271-272-February 16, 1782: Second document. Capt. Robert George order to [Zephaniah] Blackford to issue power, lead and flint to [John] Donne. Names: William Cross?

14981-9-271-272-February 28, 1782: Third document on left. Capt. Robert George order to issue flour, salt, beef to Lurana Miridith.

14982-9-271-272-February 5, 1782: Fourth document on right. Capt. Robert George order for Fort Nelson to issue bread and beef for a prisoner.

14983-9-271-272-No Date: Fifth document. Capt. Robert George order to issue powder and lead to James Sherlock.

14984-9-271-272-February 14, 1782: Bottom document. Faded. Capt. Robert George order to issue flour and beef.

14985-9-273-274-July 27, 1782: Top left document. Capt. Robert George order for Fort Nelson to issue powder and lead to men of Capt. John Baley company.

14986-9-273-274-February 18, 1782: Top right document. Capt. Robert George order to issue 5 day rations for sick men of Lieut. Richard Clark company.

14987-9-273-274-February 27, 1782: Third document. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Nelson to issue powder to Lieut. John Pirault.

14988-9-273-274-February 18, 1782: Fourth document. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Nelson to issue flour for sick men. Names: Sergeant William Mitchell.

14989-9-273-274-February 9, 1782: Bottom document. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Nelson to issue 260 pounds of flour in exchange for 381 pounds of beef. Names: James Galliway.

14990-9-275-276-February 10, 1782: Top document. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Nelson to issue 12

14990-9-275-276-February 10, 1782-Continued: pounds of flour for use of Capt. Benjamin Roberts. Names: John Hacker.

14991-9-275-276-February 4, 1782: Second document. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Nelson to issue flour in exchange for beef.

14992-9-275-276-February 9, 1782: Third document. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Nelson to issue flour in exchange for beef. Names: Joseph Mitchell.

14993-9-275-276-February 28, 1782: Bottom document. Capt. John Girault order for flour and beef for his use for the month.

14994-9-277-281-February 8, 1782: Top document. Duplicate filming. Names: James Finn and Capt. Robert George.

14995-9-277-281-February 13, 1782: Second document on left. Duplicate filming. Capt. John Baley order for rations for a guard. Names: Capt. Robert George.

14996-9-277-281-January 26, 1782: Third document on right. Duplicate filming. Capt. Thomas Quirk order for duck cloth.

14997-9-277-281-February 10, 1782: Fourth document. Duplicate filming. Capt. Robert George order to Falls of Ohio to issue rations for men of Colonel Slaughter

14997-9-277-281-February 10, 1782-Continued: company. Names: Sergeant Burk.

14998-9-277-281-February 25, 1782: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Capt. Robert George order to issue 100 pounds of flour for use of Major Bosseron company at Fort Nelson.

14999-9-282-283-January 26, 1782: Top document. Capt. Thomas Quirk order to issue flour to William or Mrs. McColley for nursing a sick soldier.

15000-9-282-283-February 23, 1782: Second document. Fort Nelson issued rations for sick men of Col. Crockett's regiment. Names: Capt. Robert George, Lieut. Richard Clark. Unable to read a name.

15001-9-282-283-February 21, 1782: Third document. Capt. Robert George order to issue rations.

15002-9-282-283-February 18, 1782: Fourth document. Capt. John Girault order to issue rations for Major Bosseron company at Fort Nelson. Names: Capt. Robert George.

15003-9-282-283-February 20, 1782: Bottom document. Capt. Robert George order to exchange flour for beef.

15004-9-284-February 26, 1782: Top document. Capt. Robert George order to exchange salt for tallow for use at Fort Nelson.

15005-9-284-February 27, 1782: Second document. Fort Nelson issued rations for sick men in the hospital. Names: Col. Crockett, Lieut. Jarret Williams, Capt. Robert George.

15006-9-284-February 24, 1782: Third document. Faded. Rations issued. Names: Capt. Robert George, Zephaniah Blackford.

15007-9-284-February 2, 1782: Bottom document. Duck cloth issued for use of Capt. John Baley company. Names: Capt. Robert George.

15008-9-285-286-February 4, 1782: Top document. Powder and lead issued. Names: Lieut. Richard Clark, Capt. Robert George.

15009-9-285-286-February 8, 1782: Second document. Powder and lead issued to William Ballard. Names: Bland Ballard, Capt. Robert George.

15010-9-285-286-February 1, 1782: Third document. Fort Nelson issued powder and lead. Names: Capt. Robert George.

15011-9-285-286-February 25, 1782: Bottom document. Fort Nelson issued rations for sick men in hospital. Names: Lieut. James Calvit, Capt. Robert George.

15012-9-287-290-February 9, 1782: Top document. Duplicate filming. Flour, beef and salt ration issued to four men of Col. Crockett's regiment at Fort Nelson, who were going to the settlement. Names: Capt. Robert George. Unable to read a name.

15013-9-287-290-February 5, 1782: Second document. Duplicate filming. Capt. John Baley order to issue thread at Fort Nelson. Names: Capt. Robert George.

15014-9-287-290-February 11, 1782: Third document. Duplicate filming. Capt. Robert George order to issue thread and 5 yards of duck cloth.

15015-9-291-295-February 6, 1782: Top document. Duplicate filming. Capt. Robert George order to issue tobacco for himself.

15016-9-291-295-February 2, 1782: Second document. Duplicate filming. John Crittenden request for rations.

15017-9-291-295-February 2, 1782: Third document. Duplicate filming. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Nelson to issue 6 camp kettles.

15018-9-291-295-February 1, 1782: Fourth document. Duplicate filming. Zephaniah Blackford order for flour ration.

15019-9-291-295-February 8, 1782: Fifth document. Duplicate filming. Capt. Robert George order for powder and shot.

15020-9-296-297-February 4, 1782: Top document. Fort Nelson issued tobacco. Names: Capt. John Baley, Capt. Thomas Quirk.

15021-9-296-297-February 9, 1782: Second document. Capt. Robert George order to issue flour in exchange of butter at Fort Nelson.

15022 Frame #296-297-February 12, 1782: Third document. Fort Nelson issued flour, beef and salt for month use of James Sherlock, the French and indian interpreter.

15023-9-296-297-February 21, 1782: Bottom document. Capt. Robert George order to issue rations to the widow B. Asher.

15024-9-298-299-February 17, 1782: Top document. Capt. Robert George order to issue rations to the widow Asher.

15025-9-298-299-February 5, 1782: Second document. Capt. Robert George order to issue beef to the widow B. Asher.

15026-9-298-299-February 7, 1782: Third document. Capt. Robert George order to issue beef for the widow B. Asher.

15027-9-298-299-February 5, 1782: Fourth document. Rations issued. Names: Capt. Robert George.

15028-9-298-299-February 23, 1782: Bottom document. George Rogers Clark order to issue flour for 19 men of Fayette Militia. Names: Andrew Steele.

15029-9-300-301-February 28, 1782: Top document. Fort Nelson issued monthly ration of beef and salt for the Indian and French interpreter James Sherlock. Names: Capt. Robert George.

15030-9-300-301-February 26, 1782: Second document. Fort Nelson issued powder. Names: Capt. Robert George, Capt. Thomas Taylor, Capt. James Calvit.

15031-9-300-301-February 18, 1782: Third document. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Nelson to issue rations for Capt. Richard Brashear.

15032-9-300-301-February 5, 1782: Bottom document. Capt. John Baley order to Fort Nelson to issue rations for sick men.

15033-9-302-306-February 5, 1782: Top document. Duplicate filming. Powder issued. Names: Zephaniah Blackford, Capt. Robert George.

15034-9-302-306-February 2, 1782: Second document. Duplicate filming. Fort Nelson issued corn for Capt. Robert George.

15035-9-302-306-February 18, 1782: Third document. Duplicate filming. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Nelson to issue a camp kettle for use of his company.

15036-9-302-306-February 18, 1782: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Capt. Robert George order for tobacco. Names: ? Wilson.

15037-9-307-308-February 9, 1782: Top document. Fort Nelson issued rations of flour for 2 men of Col Crocket's regiment. who were going to the settlement. Names: Capt. Robert George.

15038-9-307-308-February 9, 1782: Second document. Fort Nelson issued flour to Zephaniah Blackford.

15039-9-307-308-February 18, 1782: Third document. Fort Nelson issued flour for use of Zephaniah Blackford. Names: Capt. Robert George.

15040-9-307-308-February 9, 1782: Fourth document. Capt. Robert George ordered Fort Nelson to give oil cloth aprons to Zephaniah Blackford for cleaning arms.

15041-9-307-308-February 10, 1782: Bottom document. Capt. Robert George order to issue rations for a man of Col. Crocket's regiment.

15042-9-309-310-February 25, 1782: Top document. Fort Nelson issued rations to widow B. Asher. Names: Capt. Robert George.

15043-9-309-310-February 23, 1782: Second document. Powder and flints issued. Names: Capt. Robert George.

15044-9-309-310-February 27, 1782: Third document. Powder issued for men of Col. Crocket's regiment, who were going to the settlement. Names: Capt. Robert George.

15045-9-309-310-February 26, 1782: Fourth document. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Nelson to exchange powder for tallow.

15046-9-309-310-February 27, 1782: Bottom document. Fort Nelson issued 2 knapsacks. Names: Capt. John Baley, Capt. Robert George.

15047-9-311-312-February 28, 1782: Top document. Fort Nelson issued month flour and beef ration for John Donne.

15048-9-311-312-February 28, 1782: Second document on left. Fort Nelson issued month ration of beef for use of Bland Ballard. Names: Capt. Robert George.

15049-9-311-312-February 1, 1782: Third document on right. Fort Nelson issued flour ration for a sick man. Names: Capt. Robert George, J. Ramsey.

15050-9-311-312-February 28, 1782: Fourth document. Lieut. Richard Clark order to Fort Nelson to issue 100 pounds of flour and 50 pounds of beef.

15051-9-311-312-February 28, 1782: Bottom document. Fort Nelson issued 116 pounds of flour and 100 pounds of beef to Capt. John Baley.

15052-9-313-315-February 6, 1782: Top document. Duplicate filming. Fort Nelson issued flour ration to a man of Capt. Slaughter company. Names: Capt. Robert George.

15053-9-313-315-February 28, 1782: Second document. Duplicate filming. Fort Nelson issued flour, beef and salt for mess of Capt. Robert George.

15054-9-313-315-February 28, 1782: Third document. Duplicate filming. Fort Nelson issued beef, flour and salt ration for use of James Calvit.

15055-9-313-315-February 28, 1782: Fourth document. Duplicate filming. Fort Nelson issued flour, beef and salt ration to Lieut. Jarret Williams.

15056-9-313-315-February 28, 1782: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. George Rogers Clark order to Fort Nelson to issue a month's ration for his family.

15057-9-316-317-February 28, 1782: Top document. Fort Nelson issued flour, beef and salt ration for artificers. Names: Capt. Robert George, Bland Ballard.

15058-9-316-317-February 12, 1782: Second document. Fort Nelson issued flour ration for men going to Kentucky. Names: Capt. Robert George.

15059-9-316-317-February 28, 1782: Third document. Fort Nelson issued flour, beef and salt month ration for use of Capt. Robert George.

15060-9-316-317-February 8, 1782: Fourth document. Fort Nelson exchanged flour for beef. Names: Capt. Robert George.

15061-9-316-317-February 9, 1782: Bottom document. Fort Nelson issued rations for John Donne. Names: Capt. John Baley.

15062-9-318-319-February 17, 1782: Top document. Fort Nelson issued rations for a prisoner of the enemy. Names: Capt. Robert George.

15063-9-318-319-February 4, 1782: Second document. Fort Nelson issued rations for John Donne. Names: Capt. John Baley.

15064-9-318-319-February 13, 1782: Third document. Fort Nelson issued rations for prisoner of the enemy. Names: Lieut. Jarret Williams, Lieut. P. Horn, O. Day.

15065-9-318-319-February 6, 1782: Bottom document. Capt. Robert George order for 5 knives.

15066-9-320-323-February 16, 1782: Top document. Duplicate filming. Beef, flour and salt ration. Faded. Names: Capt. Robert George.

15067-9-320-323-February 15, 1782: Second document. Duplicate filming. Bland Ballard at Fort Nelson issued various supplies to Capt. John Baley and Capt. Robert George. Items: kettles, salt.

15068-9-320-323-February 17, 1782: Third document. Duplicate filming. Fort Nelson issued 40 yards of duck cloth. Names: Capt. Robert George.

15069-9-320-323-February ?, 1782: Fourth document. Duplicate filming. Faded. Rations for widow Mendock. Names: Capt. Robert George.

15070-9-324-328-February 15, 1782: Top document. Duplicate filming. Capt. Robert George order to Blan Ballard at Fort Nelson for tent cloth.

15071-9-324-328-February 15, 1782: Second document. Duplicate filming. Fort Nelson issued beef and salt month ration to Israel Dodge.

15072-9-324-328-February 13, 1782: Third document. Duplicate filming. Fort Nelson issued 4 day ration of flour for sick men in the hospital. Names: Lieut. Jarret Williams.

15073 Frames #324-328-February 22, 1782: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Reference to Houghton Cove, rations. Names: Capt. Robert George.

15074-9-329-330-February 18, 1782: Top document. Shoes issued for 2 soldiers of Capt. Brashear. Names: Lieut. Jarret Williams, Capt. Robert George.

15075-9-329-330-February 7, 1782: Second document. Lieut. Richard Clark order to Fort Nelson to issue rations for 7 sick men.

15076-9-329-330-February 1, 1782: Third document. Fort Nelson issued rations for sick men of Capt. Richard Brashear. Names: Lieut. Jarret Williams, Capt. Robert George.

15077-9-329-330-February 1, 1782: Fourth document. Capt. John Bailey order to Fort Nelson for rations for 7 sick men.

15078-9-331-332-February 17, 1782: Top document. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Nelson for rations for men.

15079-9-331-332-February 18, 1782: Second document. Capt. John Baley order to Fort Nelson for rations for sick men.

15080-9-331-332-January 30, 1782: Third document. Floyd Station issued 1200 pounds of flour for the

15080-9-331-332-January 30, 1782-Continued: General's journey to the upper country. Names: Capt. Thomas Quirk.

15081-9-331-332-February 7, 1782: Fourth document. Capt. Robert George order for flour for a family in distress.

15082-9-331-332-February 9, 1782: Bottom left document. Capt. Robert George order to issue rations to widow Asher and her family.

15083-9-331-332-February 13, 1782: Bottom right document. Capt. Robert George order to issue rations to widow Asher and her family.

15084-9-333-334-February 28, 1782: Top document. Capt. Robert George order to issue rations for a man cleaning arms. Names: Zephaniah Blackford.

15085-9-333-334-February 5, 1782: Second document on left. Capt. Robert George order for rations for widow Asher.

15086-9-333-334-February 8, 1782: Third document on right. Powder and lead issued. Names: Capt. Robert George, Lieut. Jarret Williams.

15087-9-333-334-February 23, 1782: Fourth document. Fort Nelson issued powder and lead for 2 men of Capt. Richard Brashear. Names: Lieut. Jarret Williams, Capt. Robert George.

15088-9-333-334-March 20, 1782: Fifth document. Powder and lead issued to Capt. Gerault. Names: Capt. Robert George.

15089-9-333-334-February 10, 1782: Bottom document. Fort Nelson issued flour for sick men of Capt. Taylor company. Names: Lieut. Jarret Williams.

15090-9-335-338-February 9, 1782: Top document. Duplicate filming. Fort Nelson issued rations for 3 sick men. Names: Capt. Robert George, Lieut. Jarret Williams.

15091-9-335-338-February 23, 1782: Second document. Duplicate filming. Fort Nelson issued powder for 2 men going hunting. Names: Capt. Robert George.

15092-9-335-338-February 10, 1782: Third document. Duplicate filming. Fort Nelson issued paper for the sergeant major. Names: Bland Ballard, Capt. Robert George.

15093-9-335-338-February 11, 1782: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Reference to Major Thomas Quirk order to issue a gun from the magazine at Fort Nelson to William Galloway. Names: Capt. Robert George. Unable to read a name.

15094-9-339-342-February 10, 1782: Top left document. Duplicate filming. Powder and lead issued. Names: Capt. Robert George, Capt. Gerault.

15095-9-339-342-February 14, 1782: Top right document. Duplicate filming. Powder and lead issued. Names: Capt. Robert George, Capt. Gerault.

15096-9-339-342-February 7, 1782: Third document. Duplicate filming. Powder and lead issued. Names: Lieut. Jarret Williams, Capt. Robert George.

15097-9-339-342-February 20, 1782: Fourth document. Duplicate filming. Rations issued to widow, Mrs. Mendock. Names: Capt. Robert George.

15098-9-339-342-February 10, 1782: Fifth document. Duplicate filming. Beef exchange for flour. Names: Capt. Robert George, Thomas McCarty.

15099-9-339-342-February 6, 1782: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Nelson for tobacco.

15100-9-343-344-February 10, 1782: Top document. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Nelson for gun/rifle for Drucy Bush,a soldier in the artillery company.

15101-9-343-344-February 19, 1782: Second document. Powder and lead issued at Fort Nelson. Names: James Finn, Capt. Robert George.

15102-9-343-344-February 26, 1782: Third document. Leather and thread issued to half sole a pair of shoes. Names: Capt. Robert George, Lieut. Richard Clark.

15103-9-343-344-February 26, 1782: Fourth document. Capt. Thomas Quirk order to Fort Nelson for duck cloth. Faded.

15104-9-343-344-February 18, 1782: Bottom document. Fort Nelson exchanged 46 pounds of flour for same amount of cheese. Names: Capt. Robert George.

15105-9-345-346-February 9, 1782: Top document. Tobacco issued to Sergeant Elms. Names: Lieut. Jarret Williams, Capt. Robert George.

15106-9-345-346-February 10, 1782: Second document. Fort Nelson issued powder and lead for 2 men of Capt. Robert George Company.

15107-9-345-346-February 17, 1782: Third document. Fort Nelson issued a bayonet belt, cartridge box, and 15 cartridges to a man in Capt. John Baley company. Names: Capt. Robert George.

15108-9-345-346-February 16, 1782: Fourth document. Fort Nelson issued rations for 4 sick men. Names: Capt. Robert George, Capt. John Baley.

15109-9-345-346-February 13, 1782: Bottom document. Fort Nelson issued rations for 3 sick men. Names: Capt. Robert George, Capt. John Baley.

15110-9-347-348-February 26, 1782: Top document. Powder and lead issued to a soldier of Capt.

15110-9-347-348-February 26, 1782-Continued: [Richard] Brashear company. Names: Lieut. Jarret Williams, Capt. Robert George.

15111-9-347-348-February 20, 1782: Second document. Fort Nelson issued a musket, bayonet belt, cartridge box and 15 cartridges for a man in Capt. John Baley company. Names: Lieut. Richard Clark, Capt. Robert George.

15112-9-347-348-February 26, 1782: Third document. Fort Nelson issued a tomahawk and belt for use of men going on command. Names: Capt. Robert George.

15113-9-347-348-February 26, 1782: Fourth document. Fort Nelson issued leather and thread for a pair of shoes for use of the bowmen. Names: Capt. Thomas Quirk. Unable to read a name.

15114-9-347-348-February 25, 1782: Bottom document. Fort Nelson issued ration for 2 days for a man of Capt. John Bailey's company, who was going home on furlough. Names: Lieut. Richard Clark, Capt. Robert George.

15115-9-349-350-February 26, 1782: Top document. Fort Nelson issued tobacco for use of Lieut. Richard Clark and Capt. Robert George.

15116-9-349-350-February 21, 1782: Second document. Fort Nelson issued powder and lead. Names: Charles Morgan, Capt. Robert George.

15117-9-349-350-February 8, 1782: Third document. Falls of Ohio issued powder and lead to Charles Duncan. Names: Zephaniah Blackford, Bland Ballard, Capt. Robert George.

15118-9-349-350-February 8, 1782: Bottom document. Flour used in payment for similar amount of beef. Names: Capt. Gerault, James Laboth?

15119-9-351-352-February 7, 1782: Top document. Fort Nelson issued 2 day rations for prisoner John Donne. Names: Lieut. Richard Clark, Capt. Robert George.

15120-9-351-352-February 14, 1782: Second document. Faded. Corn issued for forage of pack horses. Names: Major George Walls.

BOX 640-FOLDER 148

LETTERS, MARCH 1782

Frames #353-358

5 documents filmed on 5 frames.

15121-9-354-March 17, 1782: Letter from T. Marshal to Governor Harrison. Filed and printed elsewhere.

15122-9-355-March 25, 1782: Letter from William Davis to Governor Harrison. Filed and printed elsewhere.

15123-9-356-March 25, 1782: Letter from J. Pryor to Col. W. Davis. Filed and printed elsewhere.

15124-9-357-March 25, 1782: Letter from William Davis to Governor Harrison. Filed and printed elsewhere.

15125-9-358-March 25, 1782: Letter from J. Pryor to Col. Davis. Filed and printed elsewhere.

BOX 640-FOLDER 149

ACCOUNTS, MARCH 1782

Frames #359-398

26 documents filmed on 39 frames.

15126-9-360-362-March 9, 1782: Duplicate filming. State of Virginia account with Major Francose Bosseron at Falls of Ohio. Items: moccasins, rum, sundry expenses for indians at Fort Patrick Henry, horses, rum given to indians. Names: Leonard Helm, Kaskaskia, indian interpreter, Monsieur Mombray?, Moses Henry, John Dodge, George Rogers Clark.

15127-9-363-366-March 12, 1782: Duplicate filming. Patt Kennedy account with state of Virginia at Falls of Ohio. Reference to expense for journey, ferriage, hiring of horses, public business, cattle, Prairie du Roche, butcher, slaughtering, Phillips Village, cartage for beef from Phillips Village to Kaskaskia, paper, writing proposals for inhabitants for two upper villages, conducting business at Cahos, purchase of corn for Camp Jefferson, bread given to men for unloading carts from the boats, rum for men not in troops, cask of tea, cartage to Fort Clark, Col. Montgomery, business with Spanish commandant, catching of an ox, corn flour, Capt. [Richard] McCarty, lodging from June 28

15127-9-363-366-March 12, 1782-Continued: to March 20, 1782, payment for cooperage, support of troops, vouchers, Capt. William Shannon.

15128-9-367-368-March 28, 1782: Top document. Rank and file ration list for Militia of Lincoln and Jefferson county commanded by Col. John Logan at Fort Nelson. Names: Capt. Gordon, Capt. Barnett, Capt. Vincent?, John Crittenden. Beef, flour, salt.

15129-9-367-368-March 21, 1782: Bottom document. Rank and file ration list for Lincoln County militia at Fort Nelson. Names: Capt. Barnett, cannot read 2 names of 2 captains.

15130-9-369-370-March 23, 1781: Top document. Rank and file ration list for Lincoln county militia commanded by Lieut. Col. John Logan at Fort Nelson. Names: Capt. Gordon, Capt. Barnett, Capt. Robert George, ? Huston.

15131-9-369-370-March 25, 1782: Bottom document. Rank and file 2 day ration list for a detachment of Lincoln County militia commanded by Lieut. Col. John Logan at Fort Nelson. Names: Capt. Gordon, Capt. Barnett, ? Huston, George Rogers Clark.

15132-9-371-372-March 30, 1782: Flour and salt rations issued for militia of Lincoln and Jefferson county militia commanded by Lieut. Col. John Logan at Fort Nelson. Names: Capt. Barnett, Capt. Gordon, unable to read a name of 1 captain, John Crittenden.

15133-9-373-375-March 12, 1782: State of Virginia account with Patrick Kennedy at Falls of Ohio. Reference to hiring of horses for public business, expenses on journey, ferriage, slaughtering, butchers, cattle, Phillips village, cartage of beef, Kaskaskia, butchering of 2 hogs, collecting county horses, paper, making of contracts with inhabitants of 2 upper villages, expense for public notary to write proposals for inhabitants, advertisements, payment for lodging, purchase of corn for Camp Jefferson, unloading of boats, rum for soldiers, taking of letters to Col. Montgomery, ferriage crossing the Mississippi River, contract with Spanish inhabitants for corn and flour, Cahos, cheese, lodging from June 28, 1780 to March 20, 1780, cooperage for corn flour for Camp Jefferson, firewood, support of troops, vouchers. Names: James Berwick, F? Moore.

15134-9-376-380-March 6, 1782: Account of military stores issued by David Moore. Duplicate filming. Faded. Items and references: flints, musket cartridges, muskets and bayonets, bayonet belts, cartridge boxes, melting ladle, tubes, bullet nippers, shells, lead, gun powder, hunting. Names: Robert Todd, Col. George Slaughter, James Slaughter, John Sheet, Samuel Hawkins?, Basel Prather, Samuel Wells, James Merriwither, Zephaniah Blackford, Benjamin Field, Sergeant John Nickerson of artillery, Mrs.? Mooredock, Lieut. Gerault, Sergeant Anderson, Lieut. Richard Clark, Lieut. Calvit, Capt. Abraham Kellar, Capt. Cherry, Capt. Paton, Capt. [Richard] Brashear, Capt. Isaac Taylor, officers of Col. Crockett's regiment, express to O'Post, Martin Carney, Capt. [Leonard] Helm, Col. Morgan, [John] Donne, [James] Finn, ?, Scott, James Berwick, Ensign Jarret Williams, Col. Montgomery, James Dawson, Major John Williams.

15135-9-381-382-March 1, 1782: Top document. Ration of bread for 2 days for Illinois Regiment commanded by Lieut. Col. John Montgomery. Two pounds per day per man. Companies of Capt. [Isaac] Taylor, Capt. [John] Baley, Capt. [Richard] Brashear, Capt. Gerault, and Capt. George. Beef also issued.

15136-9-381-382-March 28, 1782: Bottom document. Rank and file listing of rations issued for Lincoln and Jefferson county militia commanded by Col. John Logan at Fort Nelson. Names: Capt. Barnet, Capt. Gordon, Capt. Vintner?

15137-9-383-384-March 8, 1782: Top document. Rank and file listing of rations issued for Illinois Regiment commanded by Lieut. Col. John Montgomery at Fort Nelson. There were 9 women and 94 men, who received beef and flour. Names: Capt. [Robert] George, Capt. [Isaac] Taylor, Capt. [John] Baley, Capt. [Richard] Brashear, Capt. Gerault, William Elms.

15138-9-383-384-March 24, 1782: Bottom document. Faded. Rank and file listing of rations issued for troops of Lieut. Col. John Montgomery. There were 69 men and 9 women, who were issued flour and beef. Names: Capt. [Robert] George, Capt. [Isaac] Taylor, Capt. [John] Baley, Capt. [Richard] Brashear, Capt. Gerault, William Elms.

15139-9-385-386-March 13, 1782: Top document. Rank and file listing of rations issued for troops commanded by Lieut. Col. John Montgomery at Fort Nelson for 76 men and 9 women in 5 companies. Names: Capt. [Robert] George, Capt. [Isaac] Taylor, Capt. [John] Baley, Capt. [Richard] Brashear, Capt. Gerault, William Elms.

15140-9-385-386-March 30, 1782: Bottom document. Rank and file listing of rations issued for troops commanded by Lieut. Col. John Montgomery at Fort Nelson for 73 men and 9 women in 5 companies. Names: Capt. [Robert] George, Capt. [Isaac] Taylor, Capt. [John] Baley, Capt. [Richard] Brashear, Capt. Gerault, William Elms.

15141-9-387-388-March 31, 1782: Top document. Rank and file listing of beef and flour rations

15141-9-387-388-March 31, 1782-Continued: issued for troops commanded by Lieut. Col. John Montgomery at Fort Nelson for 72 men and 9 women in 5 companies. Names: Capt. [Robert] George, Capt. [Isaac] Taylor, Capt. [John] Baley, Capt. [Richard] Brashear, Capt. Gerault, William Elms.

15142-9-387-388-March 20, 1782: Bottom document. Rank and file listing of beef and flour rations issued for troops commanded by Lieut. Col. John Montgomery at Fort Nelson for 68 men and 9 women in 5 companies. Names: Capt. [Robert] George, Capt. [Isaac] Taylor, Capt. [John] Baley, Capt. [Richard] Brashear, Capt. Gerault, William Elms.

15143-9-389-390-March 12, 1782: Top document. Rank and file listing of beef and flour rations issued for troops commanded by Lieut. Col. John Montgomery at Fort Nelson for 73 men and 9 women in 5 companies. Names: Capt. Robert George, Capt. [Isaac] Taylor, Capt. [Richard] Brashear, Capt. [John] Baley, Capt. Gerault, William Elms.

15144-9-389-390-March 30, 1782: Bottom document. Written in French at Kaskaskia. Delivered to superintendent. Reference to certificates. Unable to read names.

15145-9-391-392-March 14, 1782: Top document. Payment for horse at Falls of Ohio. Bill of exchange. Names: Richard Chinoweth, Joseph Saunders, Samuel Westerfield, John Dodge.

15146-9-391-392-March 27, 1782: Bottom document. [Fort] Jefferson issued powder and lead for use of militia at village of James Asturges? Names: George Rogers Clark, Fort Nelson, ? Floyd.

15147-9-393-March 22, 1782: George Rogers Clark certified Capt. John Gerault was due payment for 3 months. Faded.

15148-9-394-March 28, 1782: Delivery to Martin Carney some 200 regimental suits, blankets, and writing paper, wafers, lead, powder, 8 dozen of knives, wagon and 4 gun boats for troops. Names: William Davies, William Hay.

15149-9-395-396-March 19, 1782: Delivery of flour. Names: William Shannon, George Wilson, Moses Henry, and 2 names which could not be read.

15150-9-397-398-March 8, 1782: Names: Francis Bosseron, ? Linctot, Monsieur Bienvenue, P. Carboneaux, P. Kennedy, Andrew Rey, ? Perault, ? Anderson, ? Charleville, Henry Crutchner, Moses Henry.

BOX 640-FOLDER 150

VOUCHERS, MARCH 1782

Frames #399-468

126 documents filmed on 69 frames.

15151-9-400-401-March 21, 1782: Top left document. Capt. Robert George order to issue rations for John Donne.

15152-9-400-401-March 16, 1782: Top right document. Capt. Robert George order to issue rations for a woman and 4 children.

15153-9-400-401-March 4, 1782: Third document on left. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Nelson to issue bread ration.

15154-9-400-401-March 28, 1782: Fourth document on right. John Crittenden order at Fort Nelson for powder and lead for a man in his company.

15155-9-400-401-March 30, 1782: Fifth document. John Crittenden order for lead, powder and flint.

15156-9-400-401-March ?, 1782: Bottom document. George Rogers Clark order to issue powder to Mr. Edward Tyler or Taylor at Linn Station.

15157-9-402-405-March 25, 1782: Top document. Duplicate filming. Capt. Robert George order to issue powder and lead for Lincoln County militia commanded by Lieut. Col. John Logan.

15158-9-402-405-March 29, 1782: Second document. Duplicate filming. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Nelson to issue cartridge paper. Names: Lieut. James Calvit.

15159-9- 402-405-March 12, 1782: Third document. Duplicate filming. Capt. Robert George order to issue 3 cartridges.

15160-9-402-405-March 16, 1782: Fourth document. Duplicate filming. George Rogers Clark order to Fort Nelson for powder and lead for 8 men of Major Bosseron.

15161-9-402-405-March 22, 1782: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. John Crittenden order to Fort Nelson to issue 3 pounds of powder and lead for use of a command.

15162-9-406-407-March 21, 1782: Top left document. Incomplete. Rations of flour and salt issued for the widow Meredith and family at Fort Nelson.

15163-9-406-407-March 20, 1782: Top right document. Capt. Robert George order to issue powder to Joseph Saunders.

15164-9-406-407-March 25, 1782: Third document on left. Incomplete. Capt. Robert George order for rations for a widow.

15165-9-406-407-March 21, 1782: Fourth document on right. Incomplete. Capt. Robert George order to issue [rations] to the widow Meredith.

15166-9-406-407-March 1, 1782: Fifth document on left. Capt. Robert George order to issue rations for the widow Meredith and family of five.

15167-9-406-407-March 17, 1782: Sixth document on right. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Nelson to issue rations for the widow Meredith and family including five.

15168-9-406-407-March 20, 1782: Bottom document. Capt. Robert George order to issue a pound of powder to Capt. Owens. Names: Zephaniah Blackford.

15169-9-408-409-March 15, 1782: Top document. George Rogers Clark order to Fort Nelson to issue powder and lead to Mr. Henry and 6 men.

15170-9-408-409-March 27, 1782: Second document. Reference to powder and lead. Names: Major Logan, John Geredy?

15171-9-408-409-March 27, 1782: Third document. George Rogers Clark approved issuing guns from the magazine at Jefferson to Col. Floyd.

15172-9-408-409-March 19, 1782: Fourth document. Capt. Robert George issued gun powder.

15173-9-410-411-March 29, 1782: Top document. Falls of Ohio issued 3 day rations for artificers. Names: Bland Ballard, Capt. Robert George.

15174-9-410-411-March 21, 1782: Second document on left. Capt. Robert George order to Falls of Ohio to issue powder and lead.

15175-9-410-411-March 23, 1782: Third document on right. Capt. Robert George order to issue powder.

15176-9-410-411-March 2, 1782: Fourth document. Capt. Robert George order for 30 day ration including flour.

15177-9-410-411-March 2, 1782: Bottom document. Capt. Robert George order to issue powder and lead for Major Harrod and two men.

15178-9-412-415-March 3, 1782: Top document. Duplicate filming. Capt. Robert George order to issue powder and lead for hunting at Fort Nelson.

15179-9-412-415-March 22, 1782: Second document. Duplicate filming. Powder and lead issued for those going after deserters. Names: John Crittenden.

15180-9-412-415-March 19, 1782: Third document. Duplicate filming. Fort Nelson issue 2 camp kettles for sick. Names: Capt. Richard Brashear, Capt. Robert George.

15181-9-412-415-March 20, 1782: Fourth document. Duplicate filming. Fort Nelson issued 1 pound of lead. Names: Capt. Robert George, James Calvitt.

15182-9-412-415-March ?. 1782: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. George Rogers Clark order to issue 6 pounds of powder to Major Francis Bosseron.

15183-9-416-419-March 19, 1782: Top document. Duplicate filming. George Rogers Clark order at Fort Nelson to issue powder, lead and flints for a captain's voyage to [New] Orleans.

15184-9-416-419-March 19, 1782: Second document. Duplicate filming. George Rogers Clark ordered Fort Nelson for an ax for voyage of Capt. Rawson? to New Orleans.

15185-9-416-419-March ?, 1782: Third document. Duplicate filming. Unable to read except for name of George Rogers Clark.

15186-9-416-419-March 3, 1782: Fourth document. Duplicate filming. Reference to powder, lead, flint and a curry comb. Names: John Crittenden.

15187-9-416-419-March 11, 1782: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Nelson for powder and lead for a man in his company.

15188-9-420-423-March 2, 1782: Top document. Duplicate filming. Capt. Robert George order to issue tobacco to Capt. Harrod.

15189-9-420-423-March 3, 1782: Second document. Duplicate filming. Capt. Robert George and Capt. John Baley order to Fort Nelson to issue powder and lead.

15190-9-420-423-March 2, 1782: Third document. Duplicate filming. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Nelson to issue powder and lead.

15191-9-420-423-March 7, 1782: Fourth document. Duplicate filming. John Crittenden order to issue 3 broad axes. Names: Bland Ballard.

15192-9-420-423-March 2, 1782: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. George Rogers Clark order for sword for Major Bosseron.

15193-9-424-425-March 31, 1782: Top document. John Donne received a month's ration of 75 pounds of flour, 39 pounds of beef and a gallon of salt.

15194-9-424-425-January 2, 1782: Second document. Incomplete. John Donne request. Recorded in Book A, page 6, no. 120?

15195-9-424-425-March 31, 1782: Third document. James Calvit received his month's ration of flour, beef and salt.

15196-9-424-425-March 31, 1782: Fourth document. Month ration of flour received. Names: Bland Ballard, Capt. Robert George.

15197-9-424-425-March 31, 1782: Bottom document. Month ration of flour, beef and salt received by Capt. Robert George.

15198-9-426-427-March 31, 1782: Top document. Lieut. Jarret Williams received month ration of flour, beef and salt.

15199-9-426-427-March ?, 1782: Second document. Greenville County March Court allowed Nathaniel Lucas's claim for a mare taken by the enemy.

15200-9-426-427-March 21, 1782: Third document. Rations for 13 men issued. Names: Capt. John Webster.

15201-9-426-427-March 31, 1782: Fourth document. Fort Nelson issued month ration of beef, flour and salt to Capt. John Gerault.

15202-9-426-427-March 27, 1782: Bottom left document. George Rogers Clark order to issue rations for the widow Asher.

15203-9-426-427-March 25, 1782: Bottom right document. Capt. Robert George order to issue rations for the widow Asher.

15204-9-428-429-March 5, 1782: Top document. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Nelson to issue rations for a woman and 4 children.

15205-9-428-429-March 28, 1782: Second document. Faded. Names: John Crittenden.

15206-9-428-429-March ?, 1782: Third document. In complete. Names: John Donne, Elisha Freeman?, ? Cauley.

15207-9-428-429-March ?, 1782: Bottom document. George Rogers Clark order for ration of flour.

15208-9-430-431-March 22, 1782: Top document. Shoes issued to a soldier of Capt. Richard Brashear. Leather also issued for shoes. Names: Bland Ballard.

15209-9-430-431-March 20, 1782: Second document. Fort Nelson issued tobacco to Lieut. Richard Clark.

15210-9-430-431-March 19, 1782: Third document. George Rogers Clark order to issue 300 pounds of flour to ? Mallet for Mrs. Anderson at O'Post.

15211-9-430-431-March 18, 1782: Bottom document. George Rogers Clark order to issue 5 pounds of powder and 10 pounds of lead to Mr. Patrick Kennedy for his journey to Illinois.

15212-9-432-435-March 22, 1782: Top document. Duplicate filming. John Crittenden order to issue rations for 7 militia men.

15213-9-432-435-March 26, 1782: Second document. Duplicate filming. John Crittenden order to Fort Nelson for a sword belt.

15214-9-432-435-March 14, 1782: Third document. Duplicate filming. John Crittenden order to issue ration of beef, salt and flour for artificers.

15215-9-432-435-January 10, 1782: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Capt. Robert George order to issue camp kettle at Fort Nelson.

15216-9-436-437-March 22, 1782: Top document. Fort Nelson issued duck cloth for overalls for soldier James Bryan. Names: Capt. Richard Brashear, Capt. Robert George.

15217-9-436-437-March 9, 1782: Second document. John Crittenden order to issue 2 days ration to Widow Asher.

15218-9-436-437-January 26, 1782: Third document. Fort Nelson issued linen. Names: Lieut. Jarret Williams, Capt. Thomas Quirk.

15219-9-436-437-March ?, 1782: Bottom document. Capt. Robert George order to issue a pound of tobacco for use of Lieut. Jarret Williams.

15220-9-438-439-January 19, 1782: Top document. Fort Nelson issued paper. Names: Lieut. Jarret Williams, Capt. Thomas Quirk.

15221-9-438-439-March 4, 1782: Second document. George Rogers Clark order for a tent cloth for Mr. Lindsay.

15222-9-438-439-March 14, 1782: Third document on left. Fort Nelson issued tobacco to Sergeant John Vaughan. Names: Capt. John Baley, Capt. Robert George

15223-9-438-439-March 26, 1782: Fourth document on right. George Rogers Clark order to issue powder for a blacksmith.

15224-9-438-439-March ?, 1782: Bottom document. J. Gerault order for flour.

15225-9-440-441-January 10, 1782: Top document. Falls of Ohio issued a tent for use of Lieut. Jarret Williams. Names: Capt. Robert George, Bland Ballard.

15226-9-440-441-March 10, 1782: Second document. Fort Nelson issued 4 day rations for the Widow Asher and her family of 6. Names: Capt. Robert George.

15227-9-440-441-March 11, 1782: Third document. Unable to read except for Fort Nelson and Capt. Robert George.

15228-9-440-441-March 28, 1782: Bottom document. Capt. Robert George order for flour.

15229-9-442-443-July 11, 1782: Top document. Fragments. Committee meeting at Pittsburgh. Names: John Campbell, Mr. Ross, Capt. Grayson, Mr. Simms, George Rook. Unable to read a name.

15230-9-442-443-March 30, 1782: Second document on left. Incomplete. Fort Nelson issued ration of beef.

15231-9-442-443-March 6, 1782: Third document on right. Faded. Capt. Robert George order for rations for Widow Asher.

15232-9-442-443-March 31, 1782: Fourth document. Fort Nelson issued flour. Names: Zephaniah Blackford, Capt. Robert George.

15233-9-442-443-March 9, 1782: Bottom left document. John Crittenden order to issue rations for the family of Widow Meredith.

15234-9-442-443-March 13, 1782: Bottom right document. Capt. Robert George order to issue rations for the widow B. Asher and her family of 6.

15235-9-444-445-March 13, 1782: Top document. John Crittenden order to issue 3 day rations for working party.

15236-9-444-445-March 16, 1782: Second document. John Crittenden order to issue 3 day flour ration for working party.

15237-9-444-445-March 21, 1782: Third document. Bread issued. Names: Capt. Robert George, Capt. John Baley.

15238-9-444-445-March 24, 1782: Bottom document. John Crittenden order to issue flour for work men.

15239-9-446-447-March 23, 1782: Top document. Damaged. Fort Nelson.

15240-9-446-447-March 1, 1782: Second document. Falls of Ohio issued rations for artificers. Names: Capt. Robert George.

15241-9-446-447-March ?, 1782: Third document. Capt. Robert George order to Falls of Ohio to issue rations.

15242-9-446-447-March 5, 1782: Bottom document. Falls of Ohio issued beef for artificers. Names: Capt. Robert George, Bland Ballard.

15243-9-448-450-March 9, 1782: Top document. Duplicate filming. Falls of Ohio issue beef ration for artificers. Names: Capt. Robert George, Bland Ballard.

15244-9-448-450-March 23, 1782: Second document. Duplicate filming. Reference to riding horses. Names: Major Edward Grayson?, Capt. Robert George.

15245-9-448-450-March 13, 1782: Third document. Falls of Ohio issued rations. Names: Capt. Robert George, Bland Ballard.

15246-9-448-450-March 12, 1782: Bottom document. Ration of 100 pounds of bread issued for men of Major Francis Bosseron. Names: Capt. Robert George, ? Mallet.

15247 -9-451-452-March 30, 1782: Top document. Capt. Thomas Quirk order to Fort Nelson to issue tobacco for Lieut. Jarret Williams.

15248-9-451-452-January 9, 1782: Second document. Fort Nelson issued an ax. Names: Lieut. Jarret Williams, Capt. Thomas Quirk.

15249-9-451-452-March 9, 1782: Bottom document. Capt. Robert George order to issue provisions to Loranna Meredith and 3 children.

15250-9-453-456-March 23, 1782: Top document. Duplicate filming. John Crittenden order to Fort Nelson to issue powder and lead.

15251-9-453-456-March 27, 1782: Second document. Duplicate filming. John Crittenden order to issue powder and lead for hunting.

15252-9-453-456-March 24, 1782: Third document. Duplicate filming. Powder and lead issued for Jefferson [County] militia. Names: Capt. John Dorcas?

15253-9-453-456-March 4, 1782: Fourth document. Duplicate filming. Capt. Robert George order to exchange flour for beef.

15254-9-453-456-March 19, 1782: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Flour issued to Capt. Mason.

15255-9-457-458-March 18, 1782: Top document. Fort Nelson issued power and lead. Names: James Wilson?

15256-9-457-458-March ?, 1782: Second document. Ink spots. Unable to read except for numbers.

15257-9-457-458-March 8, 1782: Third document. Fort Nelson issued bread to Major Francis Bosseron.

15258-9-457-458-March ?, 1782: Fourth document. Unable to read.

15259-9-459-460-March 18, 1782: Top document. Fort Nelson was repaid powder, which had been loaned to Mr. Frederick Dunfield. Names: James Wilson?

15260-9-459-460-April 3, 1780: Second document. Forty eight pounds of lead were delivered to Frederick Dunfield, who had loaned for public use.

15261-9-459-460-March 8, 1782: Third document. Fort Nelson issued bread for Major Francis Bosseron.

15262-9-459-460-March 18, 1782: Bottom document. George Rogers Clark order to issue 3 empty casks for Patt Kennedy to use at Falls of Ohio.

15263-9-461-462-March 12, 1782: Top document. Bakers were to issue 24 pounds of bread. Names: John Crittenden.

15264-9-461-462-March 20, 1782: Second document. Falls of Ohio. Reference to a boat.

15265-9-461-462-March ?, 1782: Third document. Flour issued. Names: John Crittenden, Edward Jackson?

15266-9-461-462-March 25, 1782: Bottom document. Capt. Robert George order to Falls of Ohio to issue flour for artificers. Names: Bland Ballard.

15267-9-463-466-March 21, 1782: Top document. Duplicate filming. John Crittenden order for forage for 6 horses.

15268-9-463-466-March 17, 1782: Second document. Duplicate filming. Capt. Robert George order for salt for Major Francis Bosseron.

15269-9-463-466-March 28, 1782: Third document. Duplicate filming. John Crittenden order for rations.

15270-9-463-466-March 26, 1782: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. John Crittenden order for powder and lead.

15271-9-467-468-March ?, 1782: Top document. Capt. Robert George order to issue powder and lead to Joseph Ross. Names: Capt. Richard Brashear.

15272-9-467-468-March ?, 1782: Second document on left. Capt. Robert George order to issue bread to Major Francis Bosseron's men.

15273-9-467-468-March 4, 1782: Third document on right. Capt. Robert George order to issue powder and lead.

15274-9-467-468-March 16, 1782: Fourth document. Powder and lead issued. Names: Capt. Robert George, Capt. Richard Brashear.

15275-9-467-468-March 20, 1782: Fifth document. George Rogers Clark order to Fort Nelson to issue powder and lead.

15276-9-467-468-March 4, 1782: Sixth document. Tobacco issued. Names: Capt. Robert George, Lieut. Jarret Williams.

15277-9-467-468-March 15, 1782: Bottom document. Powder and lead issued. Names: Capt. Robert George, Lieut. Jarret Williams.

BOX 640-FOLDER 151

LETTERS-APRIL 1782

Frames #469-483

10 documents filmed on 14 frames.

15278-9-470-April 3, 1782: Letter from Joseph Calvit to Governor Harrison. Filed and printed elsewhere.

15279-9-471-April 6, 1782: Letter from William Davis to Governor Harrison. Filed and printed elsewhere.

15280-9-472-April 8, 1782: Letter from John Floyd to John May. Filed and printed elsewhere.

15281-9-473-April 12, 1782: Letter from John Hardin to William Davis. Filed and printed elsewhere.

15282-9-474-April 22, 1782: Letter from David Sheppherd to Governor Harrison. Filed and printed elsewhere.

15283-9-475-April 24, 1782: Letter from William Armistead to Governor Harrison. Filed an printed elsewhere.

15284-9-476-April 25, 1782: Letter from Arthur Campbell to William Davis. Filed and printed elsewhere.

15285-9-477-April 27, 1782: Letter from William Davis to Governor Harrison. Filed and printed elsewhere.

15286-9-478-April 29, 1782: Letter from Benjamin Logan to Governor Harrison. Filed and printed elsewhere.

15287-9-479-481-April 23, 1782: Letter from John Montgomery at Richmond, Virginia to Treasurer John Allen. Reference to bills of exchange, Oliver Pollock, horses, Capt. John Dodge, Mr. Molvost, General George Rogers Clark.

15288-9-482-483-April 21, 1782: Letter from Robert Montgomery to James Hunks?

BOX 640-FOLDER 152

ACCOUNTS, APRIL 1782

Frames #484-531

34 documents filmed on 47 frames.

15289-9-485-486-April 30, 1782: Invoice of sundry clothing received from Col. Van Swearingen, County Lieut. of Berkeley, for use of troops under the command of George Rogers Clark. Items: 127 shirts, 131 pair of stockings, 65 pair of overalls, 63 hats, 61 pair of shoes, 400 pairs of shoes, 100 vests, 2 shirts, 2 pair of shoes, 3 pair of stockings, and 1 hat. Names: Martin Carney, Capt. Peyton of Albermarle Barracks.

15290-9-487-488-April 7, 1782: Rank and file list of rations issued for militia of Lincoln [County] and Jefferson [County] commanded by Capt. John Logan. Total of 707 in rank and file. Names: Capt. Gordon, Capt. Barnett, Capt. Vintree?, John Crittenden.

15291-9-489-490-April 13, 1782: Rank and file list of rations issued for Lincoln [County] militia, commanded by Col. John Logan. Names: Capt. Gordon, Capt. Barnett, John Crittenden.

15292-9-491-492-April 5, 1782: Rank and file list of rations issued for Lincoln and Jefferson [County] militia commanded by Col. John Logan. Names: Capt. Vintrell?, Capt. Gordon, Capt. Barnett, John Crittenden.

15293-9-493-494-April 1, 1782: Rank and file list of rations issued for Lincoln and Jefferson County militia commanded by Col. John Logan. Names: Capt. Vintrell, Capt. Gordon, Capt. Barnett, John Crittenden.

15294-9-495-April 3, 1782: Top document. Gun issued from magazine at Jefferson. Names: George Rogers Clark, John Flyod.

15295-9-495-June 7, 1782: Second document. Written in French at New Orleans. Names: Oliver Pollock, ? Penet, ? Docsta, unable to read names.

15296-9-495-May 19, 1782: Third document. Written in French at New Orleans. Names: Oliver Pollock, unable to read other names.

15297-9-496-No Date: Top document. Names: James Hougland.

15298-9-496-May 21, 1782: Second document on left. Written in French.

15299-9-496-June 7, 1782: Third document on right. Written in French.

15300-9-497-498-April 8, 1782: Top document. Rank and file list of rations issued. Faded. Names: John Crittenden, Capt. Taylor, Capt. Baley, Capt. Brashear.

15301-9-497-498-April 8, 1782: Bottom document. Faded. Rations issued at Falls of Ohio. Names: William Reynolds.

15302-9-499-500-April 8, 1782: War Office. Names: William Cassey, William Davies.

15303-9-501-504-April 7, 1782: Appears to be an abstract of warrants issued for several months. Names: John Montgomery, William Myers, William Stoll, Gabriel Madison, William Bryan, William Koll, James Southall, Capt. John Rogers, Herman C. Allen?, Col. George Slaughter, Evan Shelby, Isaac Taylor, James Hunter, Nathaniel Randolph, William Shannon, Robert Todd, Samuel Sills, George Noahs?, Thomas Quirk, Charles Charleville, Monsieur McCarty, Richard Chinoweth, John Bowman, Philip Dejean, Robert Saunders, David Johnson, George Rogers Clark, John Williams, Philip Barbour, Stephen Arnott, James F. Moor, William Preston, Aaron Downs, James Sutton, John Duncan, James Sullivan, Richard Campbell, William Sullivan, Elisha Freeman, William Glasscock?, John Byrnes, Major Pendergrass, Absalom Miller, Sanford Edwards, James Dosart, William Savage, William Briscoe, Benjamin Grohdall?, Capt. Robert Elliott, Philip Chapman, Moses Kimbrough, Mark Thomas, ? Lawrence, George McAdoo?, Evan Baker, Simon Fletcher, James Sherlock, James Volvo?, Charles Clinton, William Toor, James Powers, Thomas Points, Henry French, Hugh

15303-9-501-504-April 7, 1782-Continued: Forbes, John Briscoe, Isaac Cox, Col. Irwin Powell, John Field, Doctor Trautwine. Reference to Bill of exchanges, Illinois, express, boarding and troops.

15304-9-505-506-April 8, 1782: George Slaughter certified wages due to the following men: Daniel Johnson, Mason Johnson, Joseph Cornell, Benjamin Tailor, Ebin Parker, Daniel Congil, John Neal, John Rose, William Long, ? Butler, Edward Thomas, James Ballenger, James McQuigley, John West, Peter Triplet, Henry Foster, Franklin Zimmerman, Jr., John Angel, John Burroughs, Charles Asher?, William Abbott, William Abbott, Jr., John Allen, Jr., John Allen Younge, several names too faded to read.

15305-9-507-508-April 7, 1782: Top document. Rank and file list of rations for militia of Lieut. Col. John Montgomery at Fort Nelson. Faded. Names: Capt. Richard Brashear, Capt. John Baley, Capt. Taylor, unable to read one name.

15306-9-507-508-April 6, 1782: Bottom document. Rank and file list of rations. Cannot read. Names: John Crittenden. Other names.

15307-9-509-510-April ?, 1782: Invoice of sundries delivered by Martin Carney. 177 shirts, 89 overalls, 179 stockings, 155 coats, wafers, thread, 88 blankets, paper.

15308-9-511-512-April 27, 1782: Warrant of money issued to General George Rogers Clark. Names: Benjamin Harrison.

15309-9-513-514-April 7, 1782: Invoice of sundry clothing delivered by Martin Carney for use of General George Rogers Clark troops. Shirts, overalls, stockings, coats, wafers, thread, blankets, paper ink powder, paper. Dated at Richmond, Virginia.

15310-9-515-517-April 8, 1782: List of non-commissioned officers and privates discharged with date of enlistment. Names: John Burroughs, James Ballard, William Dennis?, Daniel Colvin, Madison Colvin, Joseph Cornell, Benjamin Taylor, Ebin Porter, Daniel Congil, John Neil, John Rose, William Long, Richard Taleferro,Edward Thomas, James Ballenger, Samuel McQuidy, John West, Robert Triplet, Henry Foster, Fred Zimmerman, John Angel, Francis Nash, Charles Asher, William Abbot, William Abbot, Jr., ? Mitchell, William Mitchell, John Allen Jr., John Allen, younger.

15311-9-518-519-April 9, 1782: Top document. Rank and file list of rations for troops of Lieut. Col. John Montgomery. Names: Capt. Taylor, Capt. John Baley, Capt. Richard Brashear, Capt. Gerault, John Crittenden. Total of 55 persons including 7 women.

15312-9-518-519-April 12, 1782: Bottom document. Clothing allotment of shirts, breeches, stockings and thin coats. Names: Major Walls, Capt. Cherry, William Davis.

15313-9-520-521-April 26, 1782: Top document. Rank and file ration list for troops of Lieut. Col. John Montgomery. Names: Capt. Taylor, Capt. John Baley, John Crittenden. Total of 55 persons including 7 women.

15314-9-520-521-April 25, 1782: Bottom document. Rank and file ration list for troops of Lieut. Col. John Montgomery. Names: Capt. Taylor, Capt. John Baley, John

15314-9-520-521-April 24, 1782-Continued: Crittenden. total of 54 persons including 7 women.

15315-9-522-523-April 29, 1782: Top document. Faded. Rank and file list of rations for troops of Lieut. Col. John Montgomery. Names: Capt. Taylor, Capt. John Baley, John Crittenden.

15316-9-522-523-April 22, 1782: Bottom document. Rank and file list of rations for troops of Lieut. Col. John Montgomery. Total of 49 including 7 women. Names: Capt. Taylor, Capt. John Baley, John Crittenden, Sergeant William Elms.

15317-9-524-525-April 17, 1782: Top document. Faded. Rank and file ration list for troops of Lieut. Col. John Montgomery. Names: Capt. Taylor, Capt. John Baley, John Crittenden, William Elms.

15318-9-524-525-April ?, 1782: Bottom document. Unable to read. Rank and file ration list. Names: John Crittenden, Capt. Taylor, Capt. John Baley.

15319-9-526-527-April 9, 1782: Top document. Rank and file ration list for troops of Lieut. Col. John Montgomery. Total of 53 including 7 women. Names: Capt. John Baley, Capt. Taylor, John Crittenden, William Elms.

15320-9-526-527-April 19, 1782: Bottom document. Rank and file ration list for troops of Lieut. Col. John Montgomery. Faded and incomplete verso. Names: Capt. Taylor, Capt. John Baley, John Crittenden, William Elms, Bland Ballard. Reference to commander in chief.

15321-9-528-529-April 2, 1777: Appraisal of horse. Names: Joseph Lindsay, John Gordon, Jacob Sordosky?

15322-9-530-531-April 27, 1782: Top document. Rank and file ration list for troops of Lieut. Col. John Montgomery. Faded. Names: Capt. Taylor, Capt. John Baley, John Crittenden, William Elms.

15323-9-530-531-April ?, 1782: Bottom document. Rank and file ration list for troops of Lieut. Col. John Montgomery. Faded. Names: Capt. Taylor, Capt. John Baley, John Crittenden, William Elms.

BOX 640-FOLDER 153

VOUCHERS-APRIL 1782

Frames #532-691

315 documents filmed on 159 frames.

15324-9-533-534-April 22, 1782: Top left document. Capt. Robert George order for rank and file ration of salt for artillery troops.

15325-9-533-534-April 22, 1782: Top right document. Ration for prisoner of war. Names: John Crittenden.

15326-9-533-534-April 21, 1782: Third document on left. John Crittenden order for rations for 3 men.

15327-9-533-534-April 17, 1782: Fourth document on right. John Crittenden order to issue rations to widow Asher.

15328-9-533-534-April 19, 1782: Bottom left document. John Crittenden order for ration for a man in the militia.

15329-9-533-534-April 21, 1782: Bottom right document. George Rogers Clark order for rations for express man.

15330-9-535-536-April 19, 1782: Top document. George Rogers Clark order to exchange beef for flour. Names: Lieut. Jarret Williams.

15331-9-535-536-April 29, 1782: Second document on left. Falls of Ohio issue rations. Names: John Crittenden.

15332-9-535-536-April 19, 1782: Third document on right. John Crittenden order to issue rations to the widow Meredith.

15333-9-535-536-April 10, 1782: Bottom left document. John Crittenden order for rations for a wash woman.

15334-9-535-536-April 19, 1782: Bottom right document. Capt. John Baley order for rations for 2 prisoners.

15335-9-537-538-April 29, 1782: Top document. George Rogers Clark order to Fort Nelson to issue flour for use of Jacob Pyeatt.

15336-9-537-538-April 7, 1782: Second document. John Crittenden order to issue rations for 16 militia men. Names: Unable to read one.

15337-9-537-538-April 14, 1782: Third document on left. Capt. John Baley order at Fort Nelson to issue rations. Names: John Crittenden.

15338-9-537-538-April 13, 1782: Fourth document on right. Capt. John Baley order at Fort Nelson to issue rations. Names: John Crittenden.

15339-9-537-538-April ?, 1782: Bottom document. Faded. Ration of flour and beef.

15340-9-539-540-April 17, 1782: Top document. John Crittenden order to issue rations to the widow Meredith.

15341-9-539-540-April 22, 1782: Second document. John Crittenden order for rations for the widow Meredith.

15342-9-539-540-April 23, 1782: Third document. George Rogers Clark order to issue rations.

15343-9-539-540-April 19, 1782: Fourth document. John Crittenden order for rations for 46 men.

15344-9-539-540-April 18, 1782: Bottom document. Capt. John Baley order for rations. Names: John Crittenden.

15345-9-541-542-April 29, 1782: Top document. Capt. John Baley order for rations for 1 man. Names: John Crittenden.

15346-9-541-542-April 21, 1782: Second document. Capt. Robert George order for rations for 11 men and 2 women in the artillery train of his company. Names: John Crittenden.

15347-9-541-542-April ?, 1782: Third document. Rations for prisoners.

15348-9-541-542-April ?, 1782: Fourth document. Incomplete. Names: John Campbell.

15349-9-541-542-April 4, 1782: Bottom document. Written in French. Names: John Crittenden.

15350-9-543-544-April 23, 1782: Top document. Capt. John Baley order to Fort Nelson for 3 muskets, 4 cartridge boxes, 4 belts and 4 bayonets. Names: John Crittenden.

15351-9-543-544-April 23, 1782: Second document. John Crittenden order to Fort Nelson to issue rations to the widow Meredith.

15352-9-543-544-April 23, 1782: Third document. John Crittenden order to issue rations for a man.

15353-9-543-544-April 21, 1782: Fourth document. John Crittenden and Bland Ballard order for rations.

15354-9-543-544-April 23, 1782: Bottom document. John Crittenden order for rations for 47 militia.

15355-9-545-546-April 13, 1782: Top left document. Capt. Robert George order for rations for his artillery train of 13 men and 2 women. Names: John Crittenden.

15356-9-545-546-April 19, 1782: Top right document. John Crittenden order to issue rations for the widow Asher and her three children.

15357-9-545-546-April 19, 1782: Third document on left. Capt. John Baley order to Fort Nelson for rations.

15358-9-545-546-April 20, 1782: Fourth document on right. John Crittenden order for 30 pounds of corn.

15359-9-545-546-April 25, 1782: Fifth document. Rations issued for 48 men of Capt. William McBride. Names: John Crittenden.

15360-9-545-546-April 19, 1782: Bottom document. Capt. Robert George order for rations for his artillery company of 15 men and 2 women. Names: John Crittenden.

15361-9-547-548-April 19, 1782: Top document. Capt. John Baley order to Fort Nelson for powder. Names: John Crittenden.

15362-9-547-548-April 20, 1782: Second document. John Crittenden order for lead for hunting.

15363-9-547-548-April 19, 1782: Third document. John Crittenden order for rations.

15364-9-547-548-April 23, 1782: Bottom document. Rations for the widow Asher and 3 children.

15365-9-549-550-April 25, 1782: Top document. John Crittenden order for rations for 42 militia.

15366-9-549-550-April 24, 1782: Second document. John Crittenden order to Fort Nelson for powder and lead.

15367-9-549-550-April 25, 1782: Third document. Fort Nelson issued powder and lead to 4 artificers. Names: John Crittenden.

15368-9-549-550-April 25, 1782: Bottom left document. Ammunition issued. Names: John Martin.

15369-9-549-550-April 25, 1782: Bottom right document. Fort Nelson issued powder to Lieut. Chapline. Names: John Crittenden.

15370-9-551-552-April 15, 1782: Top document. Jefferson issued powder and lead for Capt. Sullivan's militia at Whitaker station. Reference to Fort Nelson. Names: John Crittenden, Lieut. Floyd.

15371-9-551-552-April 31, 1782: Second document. Fort Nelson issue rations for the widow Meredith. Names: John Crittenden.

15372-9-551-552-April 1, 1782: Third document. Fort Nelson issued rations for Col. Logan and Mr. Lindsay. Names: John Crittenden, Capt. Richard Brashear.

15373-9-551-552-April 9, 1782: Bottom document. G. Wilson was issued 6 cartridges. Names: Zephaniah Blackford, John Crittenden.

15374-9-553-554-April 10, 1782: Top document. Fort Nelson issued powder and lead for 7 men on command with Capt. Owens. Names: John Crittenden.

15375-9-553-554-May 24, 1782: Second document. Powder issued. Names: Capt. Richard McCarty, unable to read names.

15376-9-553-554-April 30, 1782: Third document. Rank and file ration list for 16 men and 2 women of Capt. Robert George artillery. Names: John Crittenden.

15377-9-553-554-April 25, 1782: Fourth document. John Crittenden issued rations for 8 militia.

15378-9-553-554-April 25, 1782: Bottom document. Powder issued to Capt. Martin. Names: John Crittenden, Stephen Trigg?

15379-9-555-558-April 8, 1782: Top document. Duplicate filming. Powder and lead issued for hunting for sick. Names: Capt. Richard Brashear, Capt. Robert George.

15380-9-555-558-April 25, 1782: Second document. Duplicate filming. John Crittenden issued 2 cartridges and powder.

15381-9-555-558-April ?, 1782: Third document. Duplicate filming. Powder issued to each of the militia men. Names: Zephaniah Blackford, John Crittenden.

15382-9-555-558-April 28, 1782: Fourth document. Duplicate filming. Rank and file ration list for 16 men and 2 women of artillery company of Capt. Robert George.

15382-9-555-558-April 28, 1782-Continued: Names: John Crittenden.

15383-9-555-558-April 13, 1782: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Fort Nelson issued powder and lead. Names: Lieut. Floyd, John Crittenden.

15384-9-559-562-April 7, 1782: Top document. Duplicate filming. James Hellebrand issued powder and lead. Names: John Crittenden, Zephaniah Blackford.

15385-9-559-562-April 10, 1782: Second document. Duplicate filming. John Crittenden issued powder and lead for 9 men on command with Lieut. Jarret Williams.

15386-9-559-562-April 24, 1782: Third document. Duplicate filming. A spy was issued a rifle gun, 2 flints, 1 shot pouch and a belt. John Crittenden.

15387-9-559-562-April ?, 1782: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Names: Sergeant Pitman.

15388-9-563-564-May 22, 1782: Top document. Falls of Ohio issued powder and lead for 3 men on command by ?. Names: John Crittenden, Zephaniah Blackford.

15389-9-563-564-April 6, 1782: Second document. Beef, salt and flour ration issued for 17 militia men. Names: John Crittenden, unable to read a name.

15390-9-563-564-April 5, 1782: Third document. John Crittenden issued 3 day ration for widow Ann Asher and her 3 children.

15391-9-563-564-April 1, 1782: Bottom document. John Crittenden issued 3 day ration for widow Meredith and family.

15392-9-565-566-April 9, 1782: Top document. Fort Nelson issued rations for 5 men of Capt. James Patten militia. Names: John Crittenden.

15393-9-565-566-April 1, 1782: Second document. John Crittenden issued flour to James Sherlock.

15394-9-565-566-April 3, 1782: Third document Beef, salt and flour issued to artillery. Names: Capt. Robert George, John Crittenden.

15394A-9-565-566-No Date. Fourth document. Incomplete and faded. Unable to read.

15395-9-567-570-April 6, 1782: Top document. Duplicate filming. Names: Lieut. Calvit, George Rogers Clark.

15396-9-567-570-April 7, 1782: Second document. Duplicate filming. Incomplete. Names: Will Freeman, ? McDonald, Will Henry, John Tutt, Alex Dermst? Appears to be discharge for soldiers.

15397-9-567-570-April ?, 1782: Third document. Duplicate filming. Names: John Crittenden.

15398-9-567-570-April ?, 1782: Bottom left document. Duplicate filming. Unable to read.

15399-9-567-570-April 17, 1782: Bottom right document. Zephaniah Blackford received cannon cartridge paper.

15400-9-571-572-April 8, 1782: Top left document. John Logan given flour for trip.

15401-9-571-572-Sept. ?, 1782: Top right document. Incomplete. Powder.

15402-9-571-572-No date. Third document on left. Incomplete.

15403-9-571-572-April 4, 1782: Fourth document on right. George Rogers Clark order to issue 3 flints for men on express.

15404-9-571-572-April 3, 1782: Fifth document. Exchange of beef. Names: George Rogers Clark, Joseph Lindsay.

15405-9-571-572-April 12, 1782: Bottom document. Faded. Ammunition. Names: Isaac Kellar.

15406-9-573-574-April 8, 1782: Top document. Fort Nelson issued 80 pounds of flour to John Logan. Names: Joseph Lindsay, George Rogers Clark.

15407-9-573-574-April 7, 1782: Second document. John Crittenden issued 2 day rations for the widow Meredith.

15408-9-573-574-April 9, 1782: Third document. George Rogers Clark was issued flour.

15409-9-573-574-April 7, 1782: Bottom document. Reference to salt. Names: Joseph Lindsay, Capt. William Shannon, Col. William Pope, James Berwick.

15410-9-575-576-April 14, 1782: Top document. Capt. Robert George order to issue gun powder and lead to Capt. Gerault.

15411-9-575-576-April 13, 1782: Second document. Flour, beef and salt delivered to Capt. Owens. Names: George Rogers Clark, Joseph Lindsay.

15412-9-575-576-April 11, 1782: Third document. Powder and lead. Names: John Crittenden, James Calvit.

15413-9-575-576-April 14, 1782: Bottom document. Rank and file ration for 15 men and 2 women of Capt. Robert George artillery. Names: John Crittenden.

15414-9-577-578-April 10, 1782: Top document. John Crittenden issued rations for 21 militia.

15415-9-577-578-March 15, 1782: Second document. Flour issued. Names: Capt. Robert George, Capt. Gerault.

15416-9-577-578-April 9, 1782: Third document. Bland Ballard issued sword belt. Unable to read rest.

15417-9-577-578-April 15, 1782: Fourth document. John Crittenden issued rations for 44 militia.

15418-9-577-578-April 11, 1782: Bottom document. Flour issued. Names: James Finn, Bland Ballard, John Crittenden.

15419-9-579-580-April 12, 1782: Top document. Flour issued to Jacob Pyeatt. Names: John Crittenden.

15420-9-579-580-April 14, 1782: Second document. Fort Nelson issued 3 kegs of flour for use of ? Gerault, who was going home. Names: George Rogers Clark.

15421-9-579-580-April 15, 1782: Third document on left. Flour and salt for militia. Names: George Rogers Clark.

15422-9-579-580-No Date: Fourth document on right. Names: George Rogers Clark.

15423-9-579-580-April 15, 1782: Bottom document. Ten day rations issued for Indian and French interpreter. Names: James Sherlock, John Crittenden.

15424-9-581-582-April 1, 1782: Top document. Fort Nelson issued flour to James Bigart?, who was being discharged. Names: John Crittenden.

15425-9-581-582-April 13, 1782: Second document on left. John Crittenden issued rations for the widow Asher and children.

15426-9-581-582-April 16, 1782: Third document on right. John Crittenden issued rations for artillery train of 15 men and 2 women of Capt. Robert George.

15427-9-581-582-April 15, 1782: Fourth document on left. John Crittenden issued rations for widow Asher and 3 children.

15428-9-581-582-April 15, 1782: Fifth document on right. John Crittenden issued rations for widow Meredith and children.

15429-9-581-582-April 30, 1782: Bottom left document. Fort Nelson issued flour and beef to Capt. Robert George.

15430-9-581-582-April 30, 1782: Bottom right document. Fort Nelson issued flour and salt to Lieut. Abraham Chaplain.

15431-9-583-585-April 30, 1782: Top document. Duplicate filming. Fort Nelson issued month ration of salt, flour and beef to Capt. John Baley.

15432-9-583-585-April 6, 1782: Second document on left. Duplicate filming. Rations issued to 3 men of Capt. Richard Chinoweth. Names: Capt. James Patten, George Rogers Clark.

15433-9-583-585-April 25, 1782: Third document on right. Duplicate filming. Names: John Crittenden.

15434-9-583-585-April 26, 1782: Fourth document on left. Duplicate filming. John Crittenden issued rations to indian interpreter James Sherlock.

15435-9-583-585-April 30, 1782: Fifth document on right. Duplicate filming. Fort Nelson issued 20 day rations for spy Nathaniel Prather. Names: John Crittenden.

15436-9-583-585-April 27, 1782: Bottom document on left. Duplicate filming. Fort Nelson issued rations to the widow Asher. Names: John Crittenden.

15437-9-583-585-April 28, 1782: Bottom right document. Duplicate filming. John Crittenden issued rations.

15438-9-586-587-April ?, 1782: Top left document. Fort Nelson issued rations for a man of Capt. Wilkinson. Names: John Crittenden, Capt. James Patten.

15439-9-586-587-April 15, 1782: Top right document. Capt. Richard Brashear order for rations.

15440-9-586-587-April 30, 1782: Third document on left. Rations issued for a woman. Names: John Crittenden, J. Gomroy?

15441-9-586-587-April ?, 1782: Fourth document on right. Incomplete. Capt. Gibson.

15442-9-586-587-April 7, 1782: Fifth document. John Crittenden issued rations for a militia man. Unable to read name.

15443-9-586-587-April 6, 1782: Bottom document. Rank and file ration list for 17 men and 2 women of Capt. Robert George artillery. Names: John Crittenden.

15444-9-588-589-April 20, 1782: Top document. Fort Nelson issued powder and lead. Names: Capt. James Patten, John Crittenden.

15445-9-588-589-April 30, 1782: Second document. Fort Nelson. Names: John Crittenden, Capt. John Baley.

15446-9-588-589-April ?, 1782: Third document. Powder. George Rogers Clark.

15447-9-588-589-April ?, 1782: Fourth document. Faded. Names: Capt. Aquilla Whitaker.

15448-9-588-589-April ?, 1782: Bottom document. Names: Zephaniah Blackford. Unable to read 1 name.

15449-9-590-593-April 30, 1782: Top document. Duplicate filming. John Crittenden exchanged beef, flour and salt.

15450-9-590-593-April 26, 1782: Second document. Duplicate filming. John Crittenden issued rations for artificers.

15451-9-590-593-March 19, 1782: Third document on left. Duplicate filming. George Rogers Clark order to issue a sword belt to Capt. Mason at Fort Nelson.

15452-9-590-593-March 19, 1782: Fourth document on right. Duplicate filming. George Rogers Clark order to issue powder and lead for party of Capt. John Dodge going to Illinois.

15453-9-590-593-March 19, 1782: Bottom left document. John Crittenden issued 12 flints for prisoners returning home.

15454-9-590-593-April ?, 1782: Bottom right document. Capt. Robert Brashear and Capt. Robert George order for powder and lead.

15455-9-594-597-March 18, 1782: Top document. Duplicate filming. Fort Nelson issued powder. Names: Capt. Richard Brashear, Capt. Robert George.

15456-9-594-597-March 19, 1782: Second document. Duplicate filming. John Crittenden order to Fort Nelson to issue powder for hunting.

15457-9-594-597-March 11, 1782: Third document on left. Duplicate filming. Fort Nelson issued powder for a private. Names: John Crittenden.

15458-9- 594-597-March 8, 1782: Fourth document on right. Duplicate filming. Names: J. Gerault, Capt. Robert George.

15459-9-594-597-March 12, 1782: Bottom left document. Duplicate filming. Fort Nelson issued a bayonet and belt.

15460-9-594-597-March 8, 1782: Bottom right document. Duplicate filming. Powder and lead issued to indian interpreter James Sherlock. Names: Capt. Robert George.

15461-9-598-599-March 19, 1782: Top document. Faded. Fort Nelson issued a rifle/gun. Names: Capt. John Baley, Capt. Robert George.

15462-9-598-599-March 14, 1782: Second document on left. Fort Nelson issued powder and lead. Names: Capt. Robert George.

15463-9-598-599-March 7, 1782: Third document on right. Fort Nelson issued powder and lead. Names: Capt. John Baley and Capt. Robert George.

15464-9-598-599-March 4, 1782: Fourth document on left. Faded. Names: Fort Nelson, Capt. Robert George, Lieut. J. Calvit.

15465-9-598-599-March 4, 1782: Fifth document on right. Names: Lieut. Abraham Chaplain, Capt. Robert George.

15466-9-598-599-March 4, 1782: Sixth document. Sword belt issued to Major Francis Bosseron by George Rogers Clark.

15467-9-598-599-March 4, 1782: Bottom document. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Nelson to give powder and lead to Patrick Kennedy.

15468-9-600-603-March 4, 1782: Top document. Duplicate filming. Six flints issued to Patrick Kennedy. Names: Capt. Robert George, Zephaniah Blackford.

15469-9-600-603-April ?, 1782: Second document. Duplicate filming. Commonwealth of Virginia account for sugar, flour, corn etc. Names: Capt. Henry Prather.

15470-9-600-603-Dec. 19, 1781: Third document. Duplicate filming. Small knife and fork issued. Names: Lieut. Jarret Williams, Capt. Thomas Quirk.

15471-9-600-603-March 11, 1782: Bottom left document. Duplicate filming. Fort Nelson issued a musket, bayonet and belt. Names: Capt. Robert George.

15472-9-600-603-March 18, 1782: Bottom right document. Duplicate filming. Powder and lead issued to James Hellebrand. Names: John Crittenden.

15473-9-604-605-March 22, 1782: Top document. John Crittenden issued rations for 4 militia.

15474-9-604-605-March 10, 1782: Second document. Receipt for salt from Bullitt Lick on Salt River. Names: James Berwick, Daniel Sullivan, George Wilson, George Rogers Clark.

15475-9-604-605-March 22, 1782: Third document. Faded. Unable to read.

15476-9-604-605-March 29, 1782: Bottom left document. Fort Nelson issued rations. Names: Capt. Robert George, Lieut. James Calvit.

15477-9-604-605-No Date: Bottom right document. Incomplete. Names: Marsham Brashear, John Donne.

15478-9-606-609-March 31, 1782: Top document. Duplicate filming. Flour exchanged for milk. Names: George Rogers Clark, J. Gerault.

15479-9-606-609-March 10, 1782: Second document on left. Duplicate filming. Fort Nelson issued rations. Names: George Rogers Clark, J. Gerault.

15480-9-606-609-March 13, 1782: Third document on right. Duplicate filming. Fort Nelson issued rations. Names: Capt. Robert George, J. Gerault.

15481-9-606-609-?, 1782: Fourth document on left. Duplicate filming. Incomplete. Flour. Capt. John Baley.

15482-9-606-609-June 20, 1782: Fifth document on right. Duplicate filming. Incomplete. Names: Major Ward, Major John Connolly.

15483-9-606-609-March 6, 1782: Bottom document. Pair of shoes issued to a man of Capt. John Baley. Names: Capt. Robert George.

15484-9-610-611-Feb. 3, 1782: Top document. Fort Nelson issued rations for prisoner of war Dominick Flanigan. Names: Capt. Robert George.

15485-9-610-611-March 31, 1782: Second document. Fort Nelson issued flour to a sick man. Names: John Crittenden, J. Gerault.

15486-9-610-611-March 29, 1782: Third document on left. Fort Nelson issued 3 days rations to John Donne. Names: Capt. Robert George.

15487-9-610-611-March 20, 1782: Fourth document on right. Fort Nelson issued rations. Names: Capt. Robert George, J. Calvit.

15488-9-610-611-March 13, 1782: Bottom left document. Fort Nelson issued 4 day ration to John Donne. Names: Capt. Richard Brashear, Capt. Robert George.

15489-9-610-611-January 31, 1782: Bottom right document. Ration issued to Dominick Flanigan, a prisoner on parole. Names: Capt. John Baley.

15490-9-612-613-March 26, 1782: Top document. George Rogers Clark order to Fort Nelson to issue 6 pounds of beef for use of Lieut. Charles Floyd.

15491-9-612-613-March 16, 1782: Second document. Fort Nelson issued rations for 1 prisoner of the enemy. Names: Capt. John Baley, Capt. Robert George, John Donne.

15492-9-612-613-March 25, 1782: Third document. Incomplete. Rations for 17 men of Jefferson County Militia commanded by John Vertreese.

15493-9-612-613-March 27, 1782: Bottom document. Incomplete. Names: John Crittenden, Capt. Robert George.

15494-9-614-615-March ?, 1782: Top document. Rations for sawyers. Names: John Crittenden.

15495-9-614-615-March 31, 1782: Second document. John Crittenden order for rations for 9 work men.

15496-9-614-615-March 26, 1782: Third document. John Crittenden issued rations for 9 workers.

15497-9-614-615-No Date: Fourth document on left. Names: Capt. Robert George.

15498-9-614-615-March 26, 1782: Fifth document on right. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Nelson to issue lead and powder for 2 men going on command.

15499-9-616-618-March 20, 1782: Top document. Duplicate filming. Flour. Unable to read names except for John Crittenden.

15500-9-616-618-March 21, 1782: Second document. Duplicate filming. John Crittenden issued rations for 9 work men.

15501-9-616-618-March 26, 1782: Third document. Duplicate filming. John Crittenden issued beef ration for 9 work men.

15502-9-616-618-March 29, 1782: Bottom left document. Duplicate filming. Faded. Names: Capt. Robert George, John Crittenden.

15503-9-616-618-March 26, 1782: Bottom right document. Duplicate filming. Fort Nelson issued powder and lead for 7 men going on command. Names: Capt. Robert George.

15504-9-619-620-March 20, 1782: Top document. George Rogers Clark order to issue 5 pounds of flour for 2 men of Lieut. [Charles] Floyd.

15505-9-619-620-March 21, 1782: Second document. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Nelson to issue 20 pounds of flour for use of Neal Dogherty and his family, which was in distress.

15506-9-619-620-March 21, 1782: Third document. Fort Nelson issued rations for the widow Asher and her family. Names: Capt. Robert George.

15507-9- 619-620-April 11, 1782: Bottom document. State of Virginia account with Matthew Jones for cleaning state arms [gun/rifle] for 35 days. Names: George Rogers Clark, Zephaniah Blackford, Bland Ballard.

15508-9-621-622-April 5, 1782: Top document. John Crittenden order to issue 2 day ration of beef, salt and flour for the widow Lorana Meredith and her 3 children.

15509-9-621-622-April 6, 1782: Second document. John Crittenden issued 2 day ration for James Sherlock.

15510-9-621-622-April 17, 1782: Third document. John Crittenden issued 2 day ration of beef, salt and flour for the widow Anne Asher and 3 children.

15511-9-621-622-March 26, 1782: Bottom document. John Crittenden issued 50 pounds of flour to James Samuel for services.

15512-9-623-624-January 30, 1782: Top document. Major Thomas Quirk order at Floyd Station to issue 30 pounds of flour to Mrs. Monroney?

15513-9-623-624-March 9, 1782: Second document on left. Capt. Robert George order to issue rations to prisoner John Donne.

15514-9-623-624-March 3, 1782: Third document on right. Bread issued to prisoner John Donne.

15515-9-623-624-March 31, 1782: Fourth document. Capt. Robert George issued rations to James Sherlock.

15516-9-623-624-March 7, 1782: Bottom document. Fort Nelson issued rations. Names: James Calvit, Capt. Robert George.

15517-9-625-626-March 19, 1782: Top left document. Capt. Robert George order to issue 30 flints for Capt. Bosseron's party going to Post Vincent.

15518-9-625-626-March 25, 1782: Top right document. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Nelson to issue rations for prisoner John Donne.

15519-9-625-626-March 19, 1782: Third document. Fort Nelson issued powder, lead and flints. Names: J. Calvit, Capt. Robert George, unable to read a name.

15520-9-625-626-March 31, 1782: Fourth document. Fort Nelson issued 62 pounds of flour to James Finn.

15521-9-625-626-March 18, 1782: Bottom document. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Nelson to issue 2 casks to Major Bosseron.

15522-9-627-628-March 18, 1782: Top document. George Rogers Clark order to Fort Nelson to issue flour ration for party of Major Bosseron going to Fort Vincent.

15523-9-627-628-March 9, 1782: Second document. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Nelson to issue powder and lead for hunting.

15524-9-627-628-March 19, 1782: Third document. George Rogers Clark order to Fort Nelson to issue powder, lead and 6 flints for the French doctor.

15525-9-627-628-March 20, 1782: Bottom document. John Crittenden order to repair a gun.

15526-9-629-630-March 18, 1782: Top document. George Rogers Clark order to issue 2 kegs of flour to Patrick Kennedy at Falls of Ohio.

15527-9-629-630-March 19, 1782: Second document. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Nelson to issue a sword belt to ? Brady.

15528-9-629-630-March 18, 1782: Third document. George Rogers Clark order to Fort Nelson to issue powder and lead. Unable to read a name.

15529-9-629-630-March 22, 1782: Bottom document. Capt. John Baley order to Fort Nelson to issue powder and lead for hunting.

15530-9-631-632-March 26, 1782: Top document. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Nelson for powder and lead for a man going on command.

15531-9-631-632-March 22, 1782: Second document on left. Incomplete.

15532-9-631-632-No Date: Third document on right. Incomplete. Ration of flour. Names: Samuel Watkins, John Crittenden.

15533-9-631-632-March 11, 1782: Fourth document. George Rogers Clark order to issue 2 kegs of flour to Will Shannon.

15534-9-631-632-March 20, 1782: Bottom document. Fort Nelson issued tobacco for use of Capt. Richard Brashear. Names: Bland Ballard, Capt. Robert George.

15535-9-633-634-March 26, 1782: Top document. John Crittenden order to Zephaniah Blackford to issue a sword belt to the sergeant major.

15536-9-633-634-March 26, 1782: Second document. Capt. Robert George order to issue powder and lead.

15537-9-633-634-March 26, 1782: Third document. John Crittenden order to Zephaniah Blackford to issue powder and lead.

15538-9-633-634-March 7, 1782: Fourth document. Capt. Robert George order to issue a shoes to Zephaniah Blackford at Fort Nelson.

15539-9-633-634-March 25, 1782: Bottom document. John Crittenden order to issue flour ration for work party.

15540-9-635-636-March 19, 1782: Top document. John Crittenden order to bakers to issue 3 pounds of bread for each of 15 work men.

15541-9-635-636-March 28, 1782: Second document on left. George Rogers Clark order to issue rations for Jefferson County militia. Names: Lieut. Charles Floyd.

15542-9-635-636-March 28, 1782: Third document on right. Incomplete. Fort Nelson issued 4 day ration for the widow Meredith and her family.

15543-9-635-636-March 19, 1782: Fourth document on left. Capt. Robert George order for Falls of Ohio to issue hand gun to Thomas Brady for his voyage to the Illinois.

15544-9-635-636-March 19, 1782: Fifth document on right. George Rogers Clark order to Fort Nelson to issue a musket for voyage of Capt. Mason.

15545-9-635-636-No Date: Bottom left document. George Rogers Clark order to issue powder for use of the militia.

15546-9-635-636-March 29, 1782: Bottom right document. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Nelson to issue a camp kettle to a married man in his company.

15547-9-637-640-March 19, 1782: Top document. Duplicate filming. George Rogers Clark order to issue a pound of tobacco, a camp kettle, a sword and a tent to Capt. Mason for his journey to [New] Orleans.

15548-9-637-640-March 20, 1782: Second document on left. Duplicate filming. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Nelson to issue a shot bag and powder horn to ?. Unable to read name.

15549-9-637-640-March 10, 1782: Third document on right. Duplicate filming. Capt. Robert George order to issue 4 day ration for the widow Asher and her family of 6.

15550-9-637-640-March ?, 1782: Fourth document on left. Duplicate filming. Fort Nelson issued a tent. Names: Capt. Richard Brasher, Capt. Robert George, J. Gerault.

15551-9-637-640-March 8, 1782: Fifth document on right. Duplicate filming. Fort Nelson issued rations. Names: J. Gerault, Capt. Robert George.

15552-9-637-640-March 18, 1782: Bottom document. George Rogers Clark order to Fort Nelson to issue powder to a person from [Patt] Kennedy.

15553-9-641-642-April 1782: Top document. George Rogers Clark certified John Wyar? went on express in April of 1782 from Post Vincent to the Falls of Ohio and was entitled for payment.

15554-9-641-642-April 12, 1782: Second document on left. County Lieut. Floyd of Jefferson order to Fort Nelson to issue 15 pounds of powder and 15 pounds of lead for us of Capt. John Vantreese.

15555-9-641-642-April 13, 1782: Third document on right. Faded. Names: John Crittenden.

15556-9-641-642-No Date: Fourth document. Faded. Reference to powder. Names: John Crittenden.

15557-9-643-644-April 15, 1782: Top document. Fort Nelson issued gun powder to Isaac Kellar for use of Capt. Robert George.

15558-9-643-644-No Date: Second document on left. Faded. Names: Page Portwood, James Calvit.

15559-9-643-644-April 15, 1782: Third document on right. John Crittenden order to issue powder to James Hellebrand.

15560-9-643-644-April 15, 1782: Fourth document. Names: Thomas Ross, Capt. John Baley.

15561-9-643-644-April 13, 1782: Fifth document. Capt. J. Gerault order for cannon cartridge paper. Names: John Crittenden, William Pogue.

15562-9-643-644-April 13, 1782: Bottom document. Powder and lead issued for the artillery of Capt. Robert George. Names: ? Pittman, John Crittenden.

15563-9-645-648-April 15, 1782: Top document. Duplicate filming. John Crittenden issued powder and lead for use of James Sherlock.

15564-9-645-648-April ?, 1782: Second document. Duplicate filming. Faded. Names: John Crittenden.

15565-9-645-648-No Date: Third document. Duplicate filming. Names: Capt. John Baley, John Crittenden, John Vaughan.

15566-9-645-648-April 3, 1782: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. County Lieut. Floyd of Jefferson requested powder for Hougland Station. Names: John Crittenden, James Hougland.

15567-9-649-652-April 7, 1782: Top document. Duplicate filming. John Crittenden order to Zephaniah Blackford for powder and lead.

15568-9-649-652-April 11, 1782: Second document. Duplicate filming. John Crittenden order to Zephaniah Blackford for powder and lead.

15569-9-649-652-April 11, 1782: Third document. Duplicate filming. John Crittenden issued flour and salt for 38 men of Capt. James Patten at Fort Nelson.

15570-9-649-652-April ?, 1782: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Names: Capt. John Baley, John Crittenden.

15571-9-653-656-April 14, 1782: Top document. Duplicate filming. Fort Nelson issued powder and lead. Names: Capt. Richard Brashear, Capt. Robert George.

15572-9-653-656-April 20, 1782: Second document on left. Duplicate filming. John Crittenden issued beef and salt ration for 7 militia.

15573-9-653-656-April 11, 1782: Third document on right. Duplicate filming. John Crittenden issued rations for rank and file of 15 men and 2 women of Capt. Robert George artillery.

15574-9-653-656-May 24, 1782: Fourth document. Duplicate filming. John Crittenden issued powder, lead and flints for Capt. John Baley.

15575-9-653-656-April 27, 1782: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. John Crittenden issued 2 day ration for 31 men of Capt. James Patten.

15576-9-657-658-April 27, 1782: Top document. John Crittenden issued rations for 48 men of Capt. William McBride.

15577-9-657-658-September 5, 1780: Second document. Fragments. Capt. Robert Todd certified at Falls

15577-9-657-658-September 5, 1780-Continued: of Ohio that Joseph Roberts served as a soldier in the Illinois Regiment commanded by him.

15578-9-657-658-Unable to read. Third document. Faded. Names: Capt. William Clark.

15579-9-659-663-April 15, 1782: Top document. Duplicate filming. Ferriage of 14 horses of Capt. Owens at Falls of Ohio. Names: John Crittenden, Aquilla Whitaker.

15580-9-659-663-No Date: Second document on left. Duplicate filming. Jefferson County Lieut. Floyd requested Fort Nelson for powder and lead. Names: John Crittenden.

15581-9-659-663-April 17, 1782: Third document on right. Duplicate filming. Buttons issued. Names: Capt. Robert George, Capt. John Baley.

15582-9-659-663-April 24, 1782: Fourth document on left. Duplicate filming. Powder and lead issued to Nathaniel Prather. Names: Zephaniah Blackford, John Crittenden.

15583-9-659-663-April 26, 1782: Fifth document on right. Duplicate filming. Rations issued for 16 men and 2 women of Capt. Robert George artillery. Names: John Crittenden.

15584-9-659-663-April 24, 1782: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. John Crittenden issued powder and lead

15585-9-664-665-April 24, 1782: Top document. George Rogers Clark order to Fort Nelson to issue 18 flints for Capt. John Baley.

15586-9-664-665-April 25, 1782: Second document. John Crittenden issued rations for 9 women of Capt. Carter's militia.

15587-9-664-665-April 26, 1782: Third document. John Crittenden issued 4 day ration for 14 discharged militia.

15588-9-664-665-April 29, 1782: Fourth document on left. John Crittenden issued 2 day rations for 48 men of Capt. William McBride company. Names: Stephen Trigg.

15589-9-664-665-April 29, 1782: Fifth document on right. John Crittenden issued rations for 16 militia at Fort Nelson.

15590-9-664-665-April 21, 1782: Bottom document. George Rogers Clark order powder for Simon Miller, who was on express.

15591-9-666-667-April 21, 1782: Top document. John Crittenden at Fort Nelson issued powder for a soldier of Capt. John Baley.

15592-9-666-667-April 26, 1782: Second document. John Crittenden order to issue powder for the garrison.

15593-9-666-667-April 26, 1782: Third document. John Crittenden issued powder and lead for 14 discharged militia.

15594-9-666-667-April 25, 1782: Bottom left document. Jefferson County Lieut. Floyd request to Fort Nelson for powder and lead for John McCaslin.

15595-9-666-667-April 19, 1782: Bottom right document. Names: Capt. John Baley, John Crittenden.

15596-9-668-671-April 21, 1782: Top left document. Duplicate filming. Fort Nelson issued 2 day rations to widow Asher and 3 children.

15597-9-668-671-April 23, 1782: Top right document. Duplicate filming. John Crittenden issued powder and lead for a man going on command.

15598-9-668-671-April 21, 1782: Third document. Duplicate filming. John Crittenden issued rations for 47 militia men at Fort Nelson.

15599-9-668-671-April 15, 1782: Fourth document. Duplicate filming. Receipt for 15 bushels of salt for the Western Department. Names: William Shannon, Joseph Lindsay and James Berwick.

15600-9-668-671-April 24, 1782: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. John Crittenden issued 4 day rations for sick man.

15601-9-672-673-April 30, 1782: Top document. John Crittenden issued 3 day ration for 19 discharged militia men.

15602-9-672-673-April 20, 1782: Second document on left. John Crittenden issued powder and lead for 7 militia.

15603-9-672-673-April 26, 1782: Third document on right. John Crittenden issued powder and lead to the sergeant major at Fort Nelson.

15604-9-672-673-April 8, 1782: Fourth document. John Crittenden issued powder and lead for a man on express.

15605-9-672-673-April 24, 1782: Bottom document. John Crittenden issued 2 day ration for 1 militia man.

15606-9-674-677-April 20, 1782: Top document. Duplicate filming. John Crittenden issued rations for 3 men on express from Fort O'Post. Names: John McGan?

15607-9-674-677-April 30, 1782: Second document. Duplicate filming. Fort Nelson issued beef and flour.

15608-9-674-677-April ?, 1782: Third document on left. Duplicate filming. John Crittenden.

15609-9-674-677-April 4, 1782: Fourth document on right. Duplicate filming. Fort Nelson issued rations. Names: Capt. John Baley, John Crittenden.

15610-9-674-677-April 20, 1782: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Capt. John Rogers certified John? Jones had served in his company from Dec. 2, 1779 to Feb. 11, 1782.

15611-9-678-679-April 13, 1782: Top document. John Crittenden issued rations for 48 men on fatigue (military duty).

15612-9-678-679-April 17, 1782: Second document. State of Virginia account with William Pennock for locks, twine and needles.

15613-9-678-679-April 9, 1782: Third document. John Crittenden issued rations for 48 militia.

15614-9-678-679-April 15, 1782: Bottom document. Rations issued for prisoner of the enemy. Names: Capt. Richard Brashear, John Crittenden.

15615-9-680-681-April 23, 1782: Top document. Rations for 20 militia. Names: John Crittenden, John Marroney.

15616-9-680-681-April 24, 1782: Second document. John Arnold was to act as quarter master for the Lincoln county militia. Names: William McBride, Stephen Trigg.

15617-9-680-681-April 30, 1782: Third document on left. George Rogers Clark order for flour and salt ration.

15618-9-680-681-April 29, 1782: Fourth document on right. Ration issued for widow Asher. Names: John Crittenden.

15619-9-680-681-April 8, 1782: Bottom document. John Crittenden issued rations for 20 militia.

15620-9-682-683-April 29, 1782: Top left document. John Crittenden issued rations for militia.

15621-9-682-683-April 11, 1782: Top right document. John Crittenden issued 2 day ration for washing woman.

15622-9-682-683-April 14, 1782: Third document. George Rogers Clark issued rations for a distress woman.

15623-9-682-683-April 28, 1782: Fourth document. Rations issued for confined private. Names: John Crittenden, Capt. John Baley.

15624-9-682-683-April 14, 1782: Bottom document. John Crittenden issued rations for 7 men of Capt. James Patten.

15625-9-684-687-April 9, 1782: Top left document. Duplicate filming. John Crittenden issued rations for 15 men and 2 women of Capt. Robert George artillery. Names: B. Pittman.

15626-9-684-687-April 9, 1782: Top right document. Duplicate filming. John Crittenden issued 2 day rations for the widow Meredith.

15627-9-684-687-April 10, 1782: Third document. Duplicate filming. John Crittenden orders to the bakers to issue 102 pounds of bread to 17 men on command.

15628-9-684-687-April 11, 1782: Bottom left document. Duplicate filming. John Crittenden issued 2 day ration for the widow Asher and three children.

15629-9-684-687-April ?, 1782: Bottom right document. Duplicate filming. Faded. Rations issued. John Crittenden.

15630-9-688-April 4, 1782: Top document. John Crittenden issued rations for a man of Capt. John Vertreese.

15631-9-688-April 8, 1782: Second document. Fort Nelson issued rations for Capt. John Logan.

15632-9-688-April 3, 1782: Third document. John Crittenden order to Fort Nelson to issue rations for 2 men going on command.

15633-9-688-April 7, 1782: Bottom left document. John Crittenden order to issue rations to 19 men and 2 women of Capt. Robert George artillery.

15634-9-688-April 1, 1782: Bottom right document. John Crittenden order to issue rations to 19 men and 2 women of Capt. Robert George artillery.

15635-9-689-691-April 1, 1782: Top document. Duplicate filming. John Crittenden order to issue beef, flour and salt ration for 19 men and 2 women of Capt. Robert George artillery. Names: Sergeant Pritchard.

15636-9-689-691-April 3, 1782: Second document on left. Duplicate filming. John Crittenden order to issue rations for 2 men going on command.

15637-9-689-691-April 7, 1782: Third document on right. Duplicate filming. John Crittenden order to issue rations for 19 men and 2 women of Capt. Robert George artillery.

15638-9-689-691-April 8, 1782: Fourth document. Duplicate filming. Fort Nelson issued rations to Mr. Joseph Lindsay. Names: John Logan.

15639-9-689-691-April 4, 1782: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. John Crittenden order to issue rations to Capt. John Vertresse?

BOX 641-FOLDER 154

LETTERS-MAY 1782

Frames #692-706

6 documents filmed on 14 frames.

15640-9-693-694-May ?, 1782: Very faded letter. Names: Michael Perault, John Dodge, John Williams. Reference to state of Virginia, Illinois Regiment. Stamped: Mr. Dodge's papers.

15641-9-695-May 7, 1782: Letter from David Ross to Governor Harrison. Filed elsewhere.

15642-9-696-May 11, 1782: Letter from John Peyton to Col. Davis. Filed and printed elsewhere.

15643-9-697-May 20, 1782: Letter from John Hardin to Col. Davis. Filed and printed elsewhere.

15644-9-698-700-May 4, 1782: Top document. Duplicate filming. Capt. Richard Chinoweth order to Fort Nelson for powder and lead for use of 5 militia men at fort.

15645-9-698-700-Nov. 6, 1782: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Written in French. Copy of letter from Board of Trade to [Oliver] Pollock. Stamped: P. Some

15645-9-698-700-Nov. 6, 1782-Continued: portions in English. Signed by Thomas Jefferson and ? Rose.

15646-9-701-706-May 6, 1782: Accounting for money issued for various dates as late as December 6, 1790. Reference to French money and paper money and pounds, and interest earned. Names: Adam Bingoman, John Maurey, Henry Croucher, Andrew Steel, Thomas Vickroy, Zephaniah Blackford, George Wilson, William Shannon, James Sullivan, ? Pendergrass.

BOX 641-FOLDER 155

VOUCHERS-MAY 1782

Frames #707-879

232 documents filmed on 72 frames.

15647-9-708-711-July 3, 1782: Top document. Duplicate filming. Capt. Robert George order to issue rifle to William Purcell.

15648-9-708-711-July 2, 1782: Second document. Duplicate filming. Capt. Robert George order to issue powder and lead to gun men John McGarr.

15649-9-708-711-May 19, 1782: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Fort Nelson issued flour ration. Names: John Crittenden, Capt. John Baley.

15650-9-712-715-July 3, 1782: Top document. Duplicate filming. Capt. Robert George order to issue powder and lead to interpreter James Sherlock.

15651-9-712-715-July 3, 1782: Second document. Duplicate filming. Fort Nelson issued flints for militia. Names: Capt. John Baley, Capt. Robert George.

15652-9-712-715-May 5, 1782: Third document. Duplicate filming. John Crittenden issued rations for an indian at Fort Nelson.

15653-9-712-715-July 2, 1782: Bottom document. Fort Nelson issued lead. Names: William Clark, George Rogers Clark, Zephaniah Blackford. Reference to cable hole in the galley.

15654-9-716-717-July 2, 1782: Top document. Powder issued to William Roice.

15655-9-716-717-July 2, 1782: Second document. Capt. Robert George order for Fort Nelson to exchange a pound of powder and lead for tobacco for use of officers.

15656-9-716-717-No Date: Third document. Faded. Names: George Rogers Clark.

15657-9-716-717-July 7, 1782: Bottom document. Faded. Reference to flour and salt. Names: Capt. Robert George, George Rogers Clark.

15658-9-718-719-July 5, 1782: Top document. William Clark by order of George Rogers Clark to Fort Nelson to issue powder and lead.

15659-9-718-719-July 3, 1782: Second document. Fort Nelson issued 2 pounds of powder, 4 pounds of lead and flints for use of Lieut. Chaplin and Lieut. Clark.

15660-9-718-719-July 2, 1782: Third document. Fort Nelson issued 3 pounds of powder for exchange of paper furnished by Mr. Wray. Names: William Clark, George Rogers Clark.

15661-9-718-719-July 3, 1782: Bottom document. Fort Nelson issued lead. Reference to river. Names: William Clark, George Rogers Clark.

15662-9-720-724-July 2, 1782: Top document. Duplicate filming. Fort Nelson issued powder and lead. Names: Capt. Robert George, Capt. John Baley.

15663-9-720-724-May 21, 1782: Second document. Duplicate filming. John Crittenden issued 2 day rations for the Widow Meredith, who was a washing woman of the Illinois Regiment.

15664-9-720-724-May ?, 1783: Third document. Duplicate filming. Accounting for cash lent and paid. Names: John McIntyre?, Job Carter, Col. Gaskins, ? White, Col. L. Pearhing?

15665-9-720-724-December 30, 1782: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Faded. Reference to rations, Falls of Ohio, John Crittenden, Capt. John Baley.

15666-9-725-730-May 25, 1782: Top document. Duplicate filming. Falls of Ohio issued rations for artificers. Names: Bland Ballard, John Crittenden.

15667-9-725-730-May 29, 1782: Second document on left. Duplicate filming. Falls of Ohio issued rations. Names: Bland Ballard, John Crittenden.

15668-9-725-730-May 29, 1782: Third document on right. Duplicate filming. Faded.

15669-9-725-730-May 5, 1782: Fourth document on left. Duplicate filming. Zephaniah Blackford at Fort Nelson issued paper.

15670-9-725-730-May 11, 1782: Fifth document on right. Faded. Fort Nelson issued rations. Names: John Crittenden.

15671-9-725-730-May 13, 1782: Bottom left document. Fort Nelson issued rations. Names: John Crittenden.

15672-9-725-730-May 3, 1782: Bottom right document. Rations issued by Fort Nelson. Names: George Rogers Clark, William Clark, unable to read a name.

15673-9-731-732-May 3, 1782: Top document. Falls of Ohio issued flour and salt ration for 3 artificers. Names: Bland Ballard, John Crittenden.

15674-9-731-732-May 8, 1782: Second document. John Crittenden issued rations for 2 militia.

15675-9-731-732-May 26, 1782: Third document. Falls of Ohio issued rations to Charles McColley. Names: James Finn, Bland Ballard.

15676-9-731-732-May 7, 1782: Bottom document. Faded. Rations for artificers.

15677-9-733-736-May 26, 1782: Top document. Duplicate filming. Rations issued for interpreter James Sherlock. Names: John Crittenden.

15678-9-733-736-May 11, 1782: Second document. Duplicate filming. John Crittenden issued 2 day ration for Widow Meredith, washing woman for the battalion.

15679-9-733-736-May 17, 1782: Third document on left. John Crittenden issued ration for widow Meredith.

15680-9-733-736-May 19, 1782: Fourth document on right. Duplicate filming. John Crittenden issued ration for Widow Asher.

15681-9-733-736-May 21, 1782: Bottom left document. John Crittenden issued 2 day ration for Widow Asher.

15682-9-733-736-May 23, 1782: Bottom right document. Fort Nelson issued 2 day ration for 45 men and 7 women of Capt. John Baley co. Names: John Crittenden.

15683-9-737-739-April 27, 1782: Top document. Incomplete. Duplicate filming. Reference to O'Post, brother, fuses.

15684-9-737-739-May 1, 1782: Second document on left. Duplicate filming. John Crittenden issued ration for Widow Asher.

15685-9-737-739-May 22, 1782: Third document on right. Duplicate filming. John Crittenden issued ration for Widow Asher.

15686-9-737-739-May 2, 1782: Fourth document on left. Duplicate filming. Fort Nelson issued 2 day ration for widow Meredith. Names: John Crittenden.

15687-9-737-739-May 23, 1782: Fifth document on right. Duplicate filming. John Crittenden issued 2 day ration for Widow Asher.

15688-9-737-739-May 23, 1782: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. John Crittenden order to Fort Nelson to issue 2 day ration for Widow Meredith.

15689-9-740-741-May 22, 1782: Top document. John Crittenden order to Fort Nelson to issue 40 pounds of flour to James Berwick.

15690-9-740-741-May 9, 1782: Second document. John Crittenden order to issue beef, flour and salt for militia.

15691-9-740-741-May 21, 1782: Third document on left. Beef, flour and salt ration issued for 4 militia at Fort Nelson. Names: David Standeford, John Crittenden.

15692-9-740-741-May 17, 1782: Fourth document on right. John Crittenden issued salt and flour ration for 2 militia.

15693-9-740-741-May 29, 1782: Fifth document. Two day ration issued for 44 men and 7 women of Capt. John Baley co. Names: John Crittenden.

15694-9-740-741-May 19, 1782: Bottom document. John Crittenden order to issue rations for 10 artificers.

15695-9-742-743-May 23, 1782: Top document. John Crittenden issued rations for 12 artificers.

15696-9-742-743-May 17, 1782: Second document. John Crittenden issued rations for 10 artificers.

15697-9-742-743-May 29, 1782: Third document. John Crittenden issued 3 day rations for 44 men of Capt. John Baley company at Fort Nelson.

15698-9-742-743-May ?, 1782: Fourth document. Faded. Unable to read.

15699-9-742-743-May 15, 1782: Bottom document. Faded. Names: John Crittenden.

15700-9-744-747-May 21, 1782: Top document. Duplicate filming. John Crittenden issued 10 day ration for David Standeford for duty at Fort Nelson.

15701-9-744-747-May 22, 1782: Second document. Duplicate filming. Rations issued for militia. Names: John Crittenden, David Standeford.

15702-9-744-747-May 13, 1782: Third document. Duplicate filming. Paper issued. Names: John Crittenden.

15703-9-744-747-May ?, 1782: Fourth document. Duplicate filming. Faded. Names: George Rogers Clark.

15704-9-744-747-May 14, 1782: Bottom document. Falls of Ohio issued rations for 3 artificers. Names: Bland Ballard, John Crittenden.

15705-9-748-749-May 13, 1782: Top document. George Rogers Clark order at Fort Nelson to issue powder and lead for Capt. John Baley.

15706-9-748-749-May 13, 1782: Second document. John Crittenden order to Fort Nelson to issue 2 day ration for the widow Meredith.

15707-9-748-749-May 21, 1782: Third document. John Crittenden order at Fort Nelson for rations for 10 artificers.

15708-9-748-749-May 23, 1782: Fourth document. John Crittenden ordered rations for 2 militia.

15709-9-748-749-May 4, 1782: Bottom document. John Crittenden issued 10 pounds of flour for use of Lieut. James Calvit.

15710-9-750-753-May 13, 1782: Top document. Duplicate filming. John Crittenden order to issue rations for Capt. John Baley.

15711-9-750-753-May 3, 1782: Second document. Duplicate filming. George Rogers Clark order to issue 3 pounds of powder to William Shannon.

15712-9-750-753-May 27, 1782: Third document. Duplicate filming. Fort Nelson issued a musket, bayonet belt, cartridge box and 15 cartridges for use of Capt. John Baley company. Names: John Crittenden.

15713-9-750-753-May 3, 1782: Fourth document. Duplicate filming. Fort Nelson issued powder and lead to Edward Parker. Names: Capt. John Baley, John Crittenden.

15714-9-754-755-May 9, 1782: Top document. Falls of Ohio issued rations for artificers. Names: Bland Ballard, John Crittenden.

15715-9-754-755-May 8, 1782: Second document. John Crittenden issued rations for 8 artificers.

15716-9-754-755-May 7, 1782: Third document. Names: Zephaniah Blackford, John Crittenden, Jacob Pyeatt.

15717-9-754-755-May 12, 1782: Fourth document. Fort Nelson issued rations for artificers. Names: John Crittenden.

15718-9-754-755-May 7, 1782: Bottom document. Fort Nelson issued powder to Jefferson County Lieut. Floyd. Names: George Rogers Clark, William Clark.

15719-9-756-757-May 13, 1782: Top document. John Crittenden issued 2 day rations for 10 men of Ensign John Hart.

15720-9-756-757-May 3, 1782: Second document. George Rogers Clark order for 3 kegs of flour for Lieut. James Calvit's use on way down the River.

15721-9-756-757-May 17, 1782: Third document. William Clark order for salt for use of Capt. ?, who was going down the River.

15722-9-756-757-May 17, 1782: Bottom document. George Rogers Clark order to Fort Nelson to issue a pound of powder and 2 pounds of lead for use of Major Moore.

15723-9-758-759-May 26, 1782: Top document. Names: Lieut. Abraham Chaplin, John Crittenden.

15724-9-758-759-May 19, 1782: Second document. Faded. Names: John Crittenden.

15725-9-758-759-May 29, 1782: Third document. County Lieut. John Floyd certified John Prior was employed as a spy for 18 days by order of George Rogers Clark.

15726-9-758-759-May 29, 1782: Bottom document. Military Fund. Patrick Maas?

15727-9- 760-762-May 20, 1782: Top document. Duplicate filming. Rations issued by Fort Nelson for 14 militia. Names: David Standeford, John Crittenden.

15728-9-760-762-May ?, 1782: Second document. Duplicate filming. Incomplete. Salt ration.

15729-9-760-762-May 1, 1782: Third document. Duplicate filming. Fort Nelson issued rations for Jefferson County Militia. Names: John Crittenden, Richard Chinoweth.

15730-9-760-762-May 19, 1782: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Rations issued to John Donne. Names: John Crittenden.

15731-9-763-766-May 2, 1782: Top document. Duplicate filming. Patrick Maar? served as engineer in the service of the state of Virginia and in the Illinois Department from Sept. 2, 1779 to May 2, 1782 at Falls of Ohio and was entitled to pay. Names: George Rogers Clark, Capt. Robert George.

15732-9-763-766-May 9, 1782: Second document. Duplicate filming. John Crittenden order at Fort Nelson to issue rations to prisoner John Donne.

15733-9-763-766-May ?, 1782: Third document. Duplicate filming. Unable to read.

15734-9-763-766-May 31, 1782: Fourth document. Duplicate filming. Faded. Fort Nelson and John Crittenden.

15735-9-767-770-May 27, 1782: Top left document. Duplicate filming. John Crittenden issued rations for 8 militia of Capt. Samuel ?

15736-9-767-770-May 13, 1782: Top right document. Duplicate filming. John Crittenden issued a rifle to a man in Capt. Robert George company.

15737-9-767-770-May 3, 1782: Third document. Duplicate filming. Names: Lieut. James Calvit, George Rogers Clark.

15738-9-767-770-May 27, 1782: Fourth document. Duplicate filming. John Crittenden issued rations for artificers.

15739-9-767-770-May 18, 1782: Fifth document on left. Duplicate filming. Unable to read.

15740-9-767-770-May 25, 1782: Sixth document on right. Duplicate filming. John Crittenden issued rations for artificers.

15741-9-767-770-May 8, 1782: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. John Crittenden issued rations for interpreter James Sherlock.

15742-9-771-774-May 24, 1782: Top document. Duplicate filming. Fort Nelson issued rations for a militia man. Names: David Standeford, John Crittenden.

15743-9-771-774-May 23, 1782: Second document. Duplicate filming. Falls of Ohio issued rations. Names: James Finn, Bland Ballard, John Crittenden.

15744-9-771-774-May 5, 1782: Third document. Duplicate filming. Fort Nelson issued rations. Names: John Crittenden.

15745-9-771-774-May 19, 1782: Fourth document on right. Duplicate filming. Flour and salt ration issued for militia.

15746-9-771-774-May 1, 1782: Bottom left document. Duplicate filming. Beef and flour ration issued for militia. Names: Capt. William McBride, John Crittenden.

15747-9-771-774-May ?, 1782: Bottom right document. Duplicate filming. Fort Nelson issued flour and salt ration for 13 men. Names: John Williams, John Crittenden, Richard Chinoweth.

15748-9-775-777-May 19, 1782: Top document. Duplicate filming. Names: Capt. Robert George.

15749-9-775-777-May 17, 1782: Second document on left. Duplicate filming. Robert Cockburn received his Berkeley county clothing allowance of 2 shirts, 2 pairs of shoes, 3 pairs of stockings and 1 hat. Names: ? McMachins?

15750-9-775-777-May 17, 1782: Third document on right. Duplicate filming. Flour and salt ration issued to prisoner John Donne. Names: William Clark.

15751-9-775-777-May 23, 1782: Fourth document on right. Rations for 28 militia. Names: John Crittenden, Samuel Pottengen?

15752-9-775-777-May 8, 1782: Bottom left document. Duplicate filming. Salt and flour ration issued for 8 militia. Names: John Crittenden, John Burk.

15753-9-775-777-May 13, 1782: Top document. Duplicate filming. Falls of Ohio issued rations for 3 artificers. Names: Bland Ballard, John Crittenden.

15754-9-778-779-May 17, 1782: Top document. John Crittenden issued rations for 3 militia.

15755-9-778-779-May 7, 1782: Second document. Falls of Ohio issued rations for 3 artificers. Names: John Crittenden, Bland Ballard.

15756-9-778-779-May 11, 1782: Third document. Written on paper with printed text on one side. John Crittenden issued rations for 3 militia. Printed reference to free male inhabitants, allegiance. [Appears to be a form for recording oath of allegiance.]

15757-9-778-779-May 2, 1782: Bottom document. Powder, lead and bullets issued for militia march to Harrodstown. Names: Capt. William McBride, George Rogers Clark.

15758-9-780-783-May 11, 1782: Top document. Duplicate filming. Flour and salt ration for militia. Names: John Crittenden, John Hart.

15759-9-780-783-May 10. 1782: Second document. Duplicate filming. John Crittenden issued rations for 8 militia.

15760-9-780-783-May ?, 1782: Third document. Duplicate filming. Names: John Crittenden.

15761-9-780-783-May 27, 1782: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Fort Nelson issued rations for 16 militia of Capt. James Pallene company. Names: J. Williams, John Crittenden.

15762-9-784-787-May 28, 1782: Top document. Duplicate filming. Powder issued for 4 militia. Names: David Standeford, John Crittenden.

15763-9-784-787-May ?, 1782: Second document. Duplicate filming. Unable to read.

15764-9-784-787-May 10, 1782: Third document. Duplicate filming. Powder issued for use at Fort Nelson. Names: John Crittenden, unable to read 1 name.

15765-9-784-787-May 11, 1782: Bottom left document. Faded. Duplicate filming. Names: John Crittenden, unable to read 1 name.

15766-9-784-787-May 6, 1782: Bottom right document. Duplicate filming. Fort Nelson issued powder and lead to company of Capt. Robert George. Names: John Crittenden.

15767-9-788-791-May 11, 1782: Top document. Duplicate filming. Falls of Ohio issued rations for 3 artificers. Names: Bland Ballard, John Crittenden.

15768-9-788-791-May 12, 1782: Second document. Duplicate filming. Powder, lead, and flints issued. Names: John Crittenden.

15769-9-788-791-May 16, 1782: Third document. Duplicate filming. Powder and lead issued for 10 militia. Names: Ensign John Hart, John Crittenden.

15770-9-788-791-May 25, 1782: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Rations issued for 19 militia of Capt. Whitaker and Capt. ?. Names: David Standeford, John Crittenden.

15771-9-792-795-May 16, 1782: Top document. Duplicate filming. Rations issued for 10 militia. Names: Ensign John Hart, John Crittenden.

15772-9-792-795-May 5, 1782: Second document. Duplicate filming. Falls of Ohio issued rations for 3 artificers. Names: Bland Ballard, John Crittenden.

15773-9-792-795-May 7, 1782: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Mary Saul? of Pennsylvania was paid for pasture of horses and for half a gallon of liquor. Names: Martin Carney, Richard Clark.

15774-9-796-799-May 8, 1782: Top document. Duplicate filming. Fort Nelson issued a musket, cartridge box, bayonet, belt, and 15 cartridges. Names: John Crittenden.

15775-9-796-799-May 31, 1782: Second document. Duplicate filming. Faded. Capt. Robert George.

15776-9-796-799-May 1, 1782: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Rations for 8 men and 8 women of the Illinois Regiment. Names: Capt. John Baley, John Crittenden.

15777-9-800-801-May 19, 1782: Top document. Flints issued. Names: James Finn, John Crittenden.

15778-9-800-801-May 19, 1782: Second document. Powder issued for use at Fort Nelson. Names: James Finn, John Crittenden.

15779-9-800-801-May 11, 1782: Third document. Names: John Crittenden.

15780-9-800-801-May 11, 1782: Fourth document. Rations for artificers at Falls of Ohio. Names: John Crittenden.

15781-9-800-801-May ?, 1782: Bottom document. Falls of Ohio. Names: George Rogers Clark, Stephen Trigg.

15782-9-802-805-May 8, 1782: Top document. Duplicate filming. John Crittenden issued rations for 45 men and 7 women of Capt. John Baley company.

15783-9-802-805-May 9, 1782: Second document. Duplicate filming. Fort Nelson issued rations. Names: Capt. John Baley, John Crittenden.

15784-9-802-805-May 6, 1782: Third document. Duplicate filming. John Crittenden order to Fort Nelson to issue rations for 2 men of Capt. John Baley.

15785-9-806-811-May ?, 1782: Top document. Duplicate filming. Powder issued to Capt. Charles Polk. Names: John Crittenden, Zephaniah Blackford.

15786-9-806-811-May 4, 1782: Second document. Duplicate filming. Rations issued for 40 privates, who were burning tar. Names: Capt. James Rogers.

15787-9-806-811-May 15, 1782: Bottom left document. Duplicate filming. John Crittenden at Fort Nelson issued rations for prisoner John Donne.

15788-9-806-811-May 2, 1782: Bottom right document. Duplicate filming. Fort Nelson issued powder. Names: John Crittenden.

15789-9-812-813-May 16, 1782: Top document. John Crittenden issued a gallon of tar to make rope.

15790-9-812-813-May 25, 1782: Second document. Fort Nelson issued powder and lead. Names: Lieut. James Calvit.

15791-9-812-813-May 6, 1782: Third document. John Crittenden issued rations for 44 men and 7 women of Capt. John Baley company.

15792-9-812-813-May 26, 1782: Bottom document. Fort Nelson issued ?. Names: John Crittenden, Lieut. Abraham Chapline.

15793-9-814-819-May 15, 1782: Top document. Duplicate filming. Rations issued for militia. Names: John Crittenden.

15794-9-814-819-May ?, 1782: Second document. Incomplete. Duplicate filming. Powder issued.

15795-9-814-819-May 25, 1782: Third document. Duplicate filming. Powder and lead issued for militia. Names: David Standeford, John Crittenden.

15796-9-814-819-May 15, 1782: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Fort Nelson issued a musket for a man of Capt. John Baley company. Names: John Crittenden.

15797-9-820-823-May 11, 1782: Top document. Duplicate filming. Fort Nelson issued a musket to Enoch Nelson of Capt. John Baley company. Names: John Crittenden.

15798-9-820-823-May 29, 1782: Second document on left. Duplicate filming. John Crittenden issued 3 day rations for Widow Asher.

15799-9-820-823-May 15, 1782: Third document on right. Duplicate filming. John Crittenden issued 2 day rations for Widow Asher.

15800-9-820-823-May 10, 1782: Bottom left document. Duplicate filming. Bland Ballard at Fort Nelson received hemp.

15801-9-820-823-May 5, 1782: Bottom right document. Duplicate filming. John Crittenden issued 2 day rations to Widow Asher.

15802-9-824-825-May 1, 1782: Top document. Certified Capt. James Sullivan supplied 300 gallons of whiskey. Unable to read name of person.

15803-9-824-825-May 13, 1782: Second document. John Crittenden issued 5 day rations to James Sherlock.

15804-9-824-825-May 3, 1782: Bottom document. Flour ration issued for 14 militia. Names: John Williams, Capt. Jefferson Chinoweth. Unable to read other names.

15805-9-826-828-May 7, 1782: Top document. Duplicate filming. Rations issued. Names: John Crittenden.

15806-9-826-828-May 9, 1782: Second document. Duplicate filming. Falls of Ohio, Jefferson County, issued rations for company of Capt. Vertreese. Names: John Crittenden, Ensign John Hart.

15807-9-826-828-May 6, 1782: Third document. Duplicate filming. Rations issued. Names: John Crittenden.

15808-9-826-828-May 17, 1782: Bottom right document. Duplicate filming. Falls of Ohio issued rations. Names: James Finn, Bland Ballard, John Crittenden.

15809-9-829-831-May 11, 1782: Top document. Duplicate filming. George Slaughter certified Thomas Newman or Norman served as a soldier in his regiment from Nov. 22, 1779 to Oct. 26, 1781 and that he had received no part of his pay and that there was no pay master for the regiment. Pay for 1 year 11 months and 5 days.

15810-9-829-831-May 20, 1782: Second document. Duplicate filming. Names: John Crittenden and Capt. John Baley.

15811-9-829-831-May 27, 1782: Third document. Duplicate filming. John Crittenden issued 2 day rations for Widow Asher at Fort Nelson.

15812-9-829-831-May 12, 1782: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. John Crittenden issued rations for 9 artificers.

15813-9-832-833-May 9, 1782: Top document. Two day rations for use of John Donne, who was prisoner of the Main Guard. Names: William Clark, George Rogers Clark.

15814-9-832-833-May 3, 1782: Second document. Fort Nelson issued rations for 44 men and 7 women of Capt. John Baley company. Names: John Crittenden.

15815-9-832-833-May 3, 1782: Third document. George Rogers Clark order at Fort Nelson for salt ration for Lieut. James Calvit.

15816-9-832-833-May 25, 1782: Bottom document. John Crittenden issued ration for 2 men of Capt. John Baley company.

15817-9-834-837-May 29, 1782: Top document. Duplicate filming. Fort Nelson issued rations for 14 militia. Names: David Standeford, John Crittenden.

15818-9-834-837-May 19, 1782: Second document. Duplicate filming. John Crittenden issued 2 day rations for 47 men and 7 women of Capt. John Baley.

15819-9-834-837-May 27, 1782: Third document. Duplicate filming. John Crittenden issued rations for 12 artificers.

15820-9-834-837-May 6, 1782: Bottom document Duplicate filming. Falls of Ohio issued rations for men of Capt. Chinoweth.

15821-9-838-841-May 12, 1782: Top document. Duplicate filming. Fort Nelson. Names: John Crittenden.

15822-9-838-841-No Date: Second document on left. Duplicate filming. Names: Lieut. Abraham Chaplain.

15823-9-838-841-May 1, 1782: Third document on right. Duplicate filming. John Crittenden issued powder for militia at Fort Nelson.

15824-9-838-841-May ?, 1782: Fourth document. Duplicate filming. Faded. Names: John Crittenden.

15825-9-838-841-May 20, 1782: Bottom left document. Duplicate filming. John Crittenden issued rations.

15826-9-838-841-May 17, 1782: Bottom right document. Duplicate filming. John Prior served 18 days as a spy and was due payment. Names: John McDowell.

15827-9-842-843-May 31, 1782: Top document. Lieut. Jarret Williams order to Fort Nelson for rations.

15828-9-842-843-May 23, 1782: Second document. John Crittenden order to issue rations for 44 men and 7 women of Capt. John Baley.

15829-9-842-843-May 24, 1782: Third document. John Crittenden order to issue rations for 44 men and 7 women of Capt. John Baley.

15830-9-842-843-May 7, 1782: Bottom document. John Crittenden issued rations for militia.

15831-9-844-848-May 6, 1782: Top document. Duplicate filming. John Crittenden order to issue 3 muskets.

15832-9-844-848-May 26, 1782: Second document. Duplicate filming. John Crittenden order to Falls of Ohio to issue powder and lead for 2 men.

15833-9-844-848-May 31, 1782: Third document on left. Duplicate filming. Names: Jacob Pyeatt, John Crittenden.

15834-9-844-848-No Date: Fourth document on right. Duplicate filming. Incomplete. Names: John Crittenden.

15835-9-844-848-May 21, 1782: Fifth document. Duplicate filming. John Crittenden issued powder for 5 militia.

15836-9-844-848-May 13, 1782: Bottom left document. Duplicate filming. Fort Nelson issued rations to wash woman Widow Meredith.

15837-9-844-848-May 28, 1782: Bottom right document. Duplicate filming. John Crittenden issued 2 day ration for wash woman Widow Meredith.

15838-9-849-851-May 19, 1782: Top document. Duplicate filming. John Crittenden issued 2 day rations for Widow Asher.

15839-9-849-851-May 13, 1782: Second document on left. Duplicate filming. John Crittenden issued 2 day rations for Widow Asher.

15840-9-849-851-May 9, 1782: Third document on right. Duplicate filming. John Crittenden issued rations for Widow Meredith.

15841-9-849-851-May 27, 1782: Fourth document on left. Duplicate filming. John Crittenden issued rations for Widow Meredith.

15842-9-849-851-May 26, 1782: Fifth document on right. Duplicate filming. Incomplete. Sword, Jacob Pyeatt.

15843-9-849-851-May 26, 1782: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Reference to boats at the Falls of Ohio. Names: John Floyd.

15844-9-852-855-May 24, 1782: Top left document. Duplicate filming. John Crittenden issued 2 day rations for 27 men of Capt. Samuel Pottenjen?

15845-9-852-855-May ?, 1782: Top right document. Duplicate filming. Incomplete. George Rogers Clark.

15846-9-852-855-May 26, 1782: Third document on left. Duplicate filming. Lieut. William Biggs order for a pistol, holster, 15 cartridges, a bridle, and sword belt for use in recruiting. Names: John Crittenden.

15847-9-852-855-May 28, 1782: Fourth document on right. Duplicate filming. John Crittenden order to issue rations for 1 man of Capt. John Baley company.

15848-9-852-855-May 2, 1782: Fifth document on left. Duplicate filming. John Crittenden issued rations for Widow Asher.

15849-9-852-855-May 15, 1782: Sixth document on right. Duplicate filming. John Crittenden order to Fort Nelson to issue 2 day ration for Widow Meredith.

15850-9-852-855-May 19, 1782: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. John Crittenden issued

15850-9-852-855-May 19, 1782-Continued: rations for 46 men and 7 women of Capt. John Baley.

15851-9-856-861-May 15, 1782: Top document. Duplicate filming. John Crittenden issued 3 cartridges.

15852-9-856-861-May 15, 1782: Second document. Duplicate filming. John Crittenden issued a musket to John Liman? of Capt. John Baley company.

15853-9-856-861-May 15, 1782: Third document. Duplicate filming. Ensign John Hart order for rations for 10 militia.

15854-9-856-861-May 26, 1782: Bottom left document. Duplicate filming. Richard Clark order to issue powder and flint for Capt. Robert George at Fort Nelson.

15855-9-856-861-May 25, 1782: Bottom right document. Duplicate filming. John Crittenden order to issue rations for 3 militia. Names: John Williams.

15856-9-862-865-May 22, 1782: Top left document. Duplicate filming. John Crittenden order at Fort Nelson for powder for 3 men going home.

15857-9-862-865-May 22, 1782: Top right document. Duplicate filming. John Crittenden issued rations for 27 militia. Names: J. Martin.

15858-9-862-865-May 10, 1782: Third document. Duplicate filming. John Crittenden issued rations for 45 men and 7 women of Capt. John Baley at Fort Nelson.

15859-9-862-865-May 25, 1782: Fourth document. Duplicate filming. John Crittenden issued rations for 39 militia. Names: David Standeford.

15860-9-862-865-May 26, 1782: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Eight pounds of gun powder was issued to Mr. McCrackin? in exchange for 40 pounds of bacon. Names: John Crittenden.

15861-9-866-869-May 22, 1782: Top document. Duplicate filming. John Crittenden issued 2 day rations to James Sherlock.

15862-9-866-869-May ?, 1782: Second document on left. Duplicate filming. John Crittenden issued rations for 3 militia.

15863-9-866-869-May 25, 1782: Third document on right. Duplicate filming. Rations issued to 8 militia of Samuel Pottenger? Names: John Crittenden.

15864-9-866-869-May 15, 1782: Fourth document. Duplicate filming. Fort Nelson issued rations to interpreter James Sherlock. Names: John Crittenden.

15865-9-866-869-May ?, 1782: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Fort Nelson. Names: John Crittenden.

15866-9-870-873-May 7, 1782: Top document. Duplicate filming. John Crittenden order to Fort Nelson to issue powder to 7 militia.

15867-9-870-873-May 6, 1782: Second document. Duplicate filming. John Crittenden order to Fort Nelson to issue rations for 2 days.

15868-9-870-873-May 24, 1782: Third document. Duplicate filming. John Crittenden order for rations for 15 militia.

15869-9-870-873-May 30, 1782: Fourth document on left. Duplicate filming. John Crittenden order for rations for 9 militia men at Fort Nelson. Names: David Standeford.

15870-9-870-873-May 6, 1782: Fifth document on right. Duplicate filming. John Crittenden order for 2 day rations for 1 man.

15871-9-870-873-May 1, 1782: Bottom left document. Duplicate filming. John Crittenden order to Fort Nelson to issue powder and lead.

15872-9-870-873-May 7, 1782: Bottom right document. Duplicate filming. John Crittenden order to issue 100 pounds of flour.

15873-9-874-875-May 31, 1782: Top document. John Crittenden at Fort Nelson received 1499 pounds of flour and 64 gills of salt during the month for use of the General's family and for exchange.

15874-9-874-875-May 26, 1782: Second document. John Crittenden issued 40 pounds of flour to William Harry as reward for taking care of a public horse.

15875-9-874-875-May 25, 1782: Third document. John Crittenden order to Fort Nelson to issue rations for 16 men of Capt. Whitaker and Capt. Chinoweth. Names: John Martin.

15876-9-874-875-May 20, 1782: Bottom document. Falls of Ohio issued rations for artificers. Names: Bland Ballard, John Crittenden.

15877-9-876-879-May 15, 1782: Top document. Duplicate filming. Flour and salt issued for Illinois Regiment. Names: John Crittenden, Capt. John Baley.

15878-9-876-879-May 25, 1782: Second document. Duplicate filming. John Crittenden issued rations for Widow Meredith at Fort Nelson.

15879-9-876-879-May 12, 1782: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Faded. John Crittenden.

BOX 641-FOLDERS 156 AND 157

LETTERS AND VOUCHERS-JUNE 1782

Frames #880-1049

163 documents filmed on 169 frames.

15880-9-881-June 16, 1782: Letter from Martin Carney to Col. W. Davis. Filed and printed elsewhere.

15881-9-882-June 18, 1782: Letter from Thomas Irwin to Governor Harrison. Filed and printed elsewhere.

15882-9-883-June 22, 1782: Letter from William Davis to Governor Harrison. Filed and printed elsewhere.

15883-9-884-June 25, 1782: Letter from Capt. Henry Young to Governor Harrison. Filed and printed elsewhere.

15884-9-885-887-June 20, 1782: Fragments of document related to State of the Public Store at Lexington, [Kentucky] from 20 June 1782. Duplicate filming. Names: John Todd, Benjamin Logan, George Rogers Clark. Reference to corn, dry beef, fresh beef, tallow, Fayette County.

15885-9-888-889-June 22, 1782: Letter of County Lieut. John Todd of Lexington, Fayette County, [Kentucky] to Andrew Steel. Order of appointment of Andrew Steel as commissary.

15886-9-890-891-June ?, 1782: Letter. Faded. Reference to state of Virginia and appears to be an account.

15887-9-892-894-June 20, 1782: Duplicate filming. Faded. State of Virginia account with John Dodge. Unable to read details.

15888-9-895-896-June 8, 1782: Receipt of wagoners for sundries taken June 8, 1782 at Washington Meadow in Allegheny Mountains. Reference to teams of horses and 2 wagons carrying public stores from Richmond, [Virginia] for use of troops, indian corn, wheat, bacon. Names: Martin Carney, Thomas Brown, Richard Clark.

15889-9-897-900-June 19, 1782: Duplicate filming. Faded. Samuel Rish's receipt for cash.

15890-9-901-902-June 10, 1782: Letter of recommendation for Lieut. Col. Joseph Crocket to be appointed commander of [militia] for protection of the frontier of Montgomery and Washington [counties]. Names: R. Sayers, Jess Evans, David Campbell, William Christian.

15891-9-903-904-June 16, 1782: Receipt of wagoners for sundries. Very faded. Reference to tent. Unable to read names.

15892-9-905-910-June 20, 1782: Duplicate filming. George Rogers Clark and Bland Ballard certified Caesar, a negro man, who belonged to the estate of deceased James Robertson, was employed 204 days at the port at Fort Nelson from December 9, 1781 to June 30, 1782. The estate was entitled to payment for his service.

15893-9-911-June 17, 1782: Top document. Fort Nelson issued rations for 12 men. Names: Jacob Pyeatt, John Crittenden.

15894-9-911-June 17, 1782: Second document. Fort Nelson issued rations. Names: John Crittenden, Capt. Patten.

15895-9-911-June 19, 1782: Third document. Zephaniah Blackford issued 12 musket cartridges and 2 flints to John Crittenden.

15896-9-911-June 22, 1782: Bottom document. Reference to nails at Falls of Ohio. Names: George Rogers Clark, Bland Ballard.

15897-9-912-913-June 17, 1782: Top document. John Crittenden issued 3 tents for 3 men of Capt. John Baley.

15898-9-912-913-June 17, 1782: Second document. Sergeant William Elms received ammunition. Names: John Crittenden.

15899-9-912-913-June 22, 1782: Third document. Fort Nelson issued powder and lead. Names: James Finn, John Crittenden.

15900 -9-912-913-June 12, 1782: Bottom left document. Faded. Fort Nelson. Names: Sergeant Andrew Clark, unable to read a name.

15901-9-912-913-June 17, 1782: Bottom right document. Reference to powder, boat, cork, Thomas McCarty and Falls of Ohio. Names: Bland Ballard, John Crittenden.

15902-9-914-917-No Date: Top document. Duplicate filming. Names: Isaac Wells, Thomas Sweet, John Dorsey, Dan Cariday, David Wilson?, Daniel Morgan?, Capt. Hogland, James Doake, John Shearer, Aquilla Wilkinson, William Price, George McCormick. Unable to read other names.

15903-9-914-917-June 10, 1782: Second document. Duplicate filming. Names: Zephaniah Blackford, John Crittenden.

15904-9-914-917-June 9, 1782: Third document on left. Duplicate filming. Capt. Robert George order for powder and lead.

15905-9-914-917-June 12, 1782: Fourth document on right. Cap issued for a solider. Names: Capt. Jacob Pyeatt, John Crittenden.

15906-9-914-917-June 14, 1782: Bottom document. Powder issued to 47 men commanded by Major McGarr. Names: John Crittenden, Zephaniah Blackford.

15907-9-918-923-June 17, 1782: Top document. Duplicate filming. Very dark. Names: Lieut. Richard Clark, John Crittenden.

15908-9-918-923-May 7, 1782: Second document on left. Duplicate filming. Rations. Names: John Crittenden.

15909-9-918-923-July 5, 1782: Third document on right. Duplicate filming. Powder and lead issued for company of Capt. Robert George.

15910-9-918-923-June ?, 1782: Fourth document. Duplicate filming. Fort Nelson. John Crittenden.

15911-9-918-923 June ? , 1782: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Names: John Crittenden.

15912-9-924-929-June 30, 1782: Top document. Duplicate filming. Rations issued to James Sherlock. Names: Lieut. Richard Clark, George Rogers Clark.

15913-9-924-929-June 3, 1782: Second document on left. Duplicate filming. Ration of beef, salt and flour for Lieut. Jarret Williams.

15914-9-924-929-June 7, 1782: Third document on right. Duplicate filming. Names: Capt. Robert George.

15915-9-924-929-June 30, 1782: Fourth document. Duplicate filming. Fort Nelson issued beef, flour and salt month ration to Lieut. Abraham Chapline.

15916-9-924-929-June 30, 1782: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Fort Nelson issued month ration to Capt. Jacob Pyeatt.

15917-9-930-933-June 29, 1782: Top document. Duplicate filming. Lieut. Richard Clark order to issue rations for 6 men of Capt. Edward Worthington at Fort Nelson.

15918-9-930-933-June 30, 1782: Second document. Duplicate filming. Capt. Robert George received beef and salt.

15919-9-930-933-June 29, 1782: Third document. Duplicate filming. George Rogers Clark order to issue rations for 13 artificers.

15920-9-934-937-June 30, 1782: Top document. Duplicate filming. Fort Nelson issued 190 pounds of flour, 335 pounds of fresh beef and 64 gills of salt for the month's use of the General's family. Names: Lieut. Richard Clark.

15921=9-934-937-June 25, 1782: Second document. Duplicate filming. John Crittenden at Fort

15921-9-934-937-June 25, 1782-Continued: Nelson order to issue 6 day rations for interpreter James Sherlock.

15922-9-934-937-June 25, 1782: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. James Finn received 302 pounds of fresh beef for use of troops at Fort Nelson.

15923-9-938-941-June 9, 1782: Top document. Duplicate filming. John Crittenden issued rations for 11 artificers.

15924-9-938-941-June 20, 1782: Second document. Duplicate filming. John Crittenden issued rations.

15925-9-938-941-June 27, 1782: Third document. Duplicate filming. Fort Nelson issued rations for wash woman Widow Meredith in Capt. Robert George Regiment.

15926-9-938-941-June 25, 1782: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Two day rations issued for 16 men and 2 women of Capt. Robert George's artillery company. Names: John Crittenden.

15927-9-942-945-June 29, 1782: Top document. Duplicate filming. Powder and flints issued. Names: Capt. James Davis, George Rogers Clark, James Cook.

15928-9-942-945-June 26, 1782: Second document. Duplicate filming. Powder issued. Names: John Crittenden.

15929-9-942-945-June 28, 1782: Third document. Duplicate filming. Fort Nelson exchanged a musket and bayonet of Brian Loviving? or Lovergn. Names: Capt. John Baley, Capt. Robert George.

15930-9-942-945-June 29, 1782: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Exchange of rifle for Nicholas Shing? of Capt. Robert George company.

15931-9-946-951-June 24, 1782: Top document. Duplicate filming. Fort Nelson exchanged musket/gun for Thomas Casker of Capt. John Baley company. Names: John Crittenden.

15932-9-946-951-June 3, 1782: Second document on left. Duplicate filming. Rations issued for Widow Asher.

15933-9-946-951-June 7, 1782: Third document on right. Duplicate filming. Falls of Ohio issued rations for artificers. Names: John Crittenden, Bland Ballard.

15934-9-946-951-June 8, 1782: Fourth document. Duplicate filming. Rations issued for 50 militia of Major McGary. Names: John Crittenden.

15935-9-946-951-June 29, 1782: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Fort Nelson issued 7 cartridges. Names: Capt. Robert George.

15936-9-952-955-June 30, 1782: Top document. Duplicate filming. Reference to flour and powder at Falls of Ohio. Names: Bland Ballard, Thomas Martin.

15937-9-952-955-June 14, 1782: Second document. Duplicate filming. Capt. Pyeatt order at Fort Nelson for guns and powder for 5 of his company. Names: John Crittenden.

15938-9-952-955-June 29, 1782: Third document. Duplicate filming. Capt. Robert George order to exchange a rifle for Enoch Nelson of Capt. John Baley company.

15939-9-956-959-June 25, 1782: Top document. Duplicate filming. Capt. Jacob Pyeatt order to Fort Nelson to issue a carbine to John Daughty.

15940-9-956-959-June 25, 1782: Second document. Duplicate filming. Fort Nelson issued a camp kettle to John Freeman, who was a drummer in company of Capt. John Baley.

15941-9-956-959-June 30, 1782: Third document. Duplicate filming. Faded. Fort Nelson issued a rife and flint. Names: Capt. Robert George, unable to read 1 name.

15942-9-956-959-June 29, 1782: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Fort Nelson issued musket and bayonet to James Baxter of Capt. John Baley company. Names: Capt. Robert George.

15943-9-960-961-June 11, 1782: Top document. Fort Nelson issued rations for 17 artificers. Names: John Crittenden, Thomas Morton.

15944-9-960-961-June 24, 1782: Second document on left. George Rogers Clark order to Fort Nelson to issue rations for 43 men commanded by Capt. John Boyle. Names: Major Hugh McGary.

15945-9-960-961-June 5, 1782: Third document on right. John Crittenden order to Fort Nelson to issue 2 day ration for wash woman Widow Meredith.

15946-9-960-961-June 18, 1782: Fourth document. John Crittenden order to issue ration for wash woman Widow Meredith.

15947-9-960-961-June 11, 1782: Bottom document. No. 3. Reference to use of horse and peck of salt. Names: Bland Ballard, John Crittenden.

15948-9-962-963-June 14, 1782: Top document. Fort Nelson issued rations for 9 marines? of Capt. Jacob Pyeatt company. Names: John Crittenden.

15949-9-962-963-June 14, 1782: Second document. Receipt of Jacob Beeson for hauling public store from Washington Meadow. Names: George Rogers Clark, Martin Carney.

15950-9-962-963-June 13, 1782: Third document. John Crittenden issued 2 day ration for 15 men and 3 women of Capt. Robert George artillery company.

15951-9-962-963-June 30, 1782: Bottom document. Falls of Ohio issued ration for Bland Ballard.

15952-9-964-967-June 12, 1782: Top document. Duplicate filming. John Crittenden issued rations for 17 artificers. Names: Thomas Morton.

15953-9-964-967-June 16, 1782: Second document. Duplicate filming. John Crittenden issued rations for interpreter James Sherlock.

15954-9-964-967-June 18, 1782: Third document. Duplicate filming. Bland Ballard issued 231 pounds of beef for use of troops at Fort Nelson. Names: James Finn.

15955-9-964-967-June 17, 1782: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Falls of Ohio issued rations for James Finn. Names: Bland Ballard, John Crittenden.

15956-9-968-969-June 12, 1782: Top document. Fort Nelson issued ration of flour and salt for marines of Capt. Jacob Pyeatt. Names: John Crittenden.

15957-9-968-969-June 9, 1782: Second document on left. Falls of Ohio issued rations to Bland Ballard. Names: George Rogers Clark, James Finn, Robert George.

15958-9-968-969-June 8, 1782: Third document on right. Falls of Ohio issued rations for 4 artificers. Names: Bland Ballard, James Finn, John Crittenden.

15959-9-968-969-June 19, 1782: Fourth document on left. Rations issued. Names: John Crittenden.

15960-9-968-969-June 10, 1782: Fifth document on right. John Crittenden issued 10 day ration for Capt. Owens and 2 other spies.

15961-9-968-969-June 15, 1782: Bottom document. James Finn received 356 pounds of fresh beef for use of Fort Nelson troops. Names: Bland Ballard.

15962-9-970-973-June 19, 1782: Top document. Duplicate filming. John Crittenden issued 2 day ration for wash woman Widow Meredith.

15963-9-970-973-June 19, 1782: Second document. Duplicate filming. Fort Nelson issued rations for marines of Capt. Jacob Pyeatt.

15964-9-970-973-June 21, 1782: Third document. Duplicate filming. James Finn received 281 pounds of fresh beef for Fort Nelson troops. Names: Bland Ballard.

15965-9-970-973-June 23, 1782: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. James Finn received 462 pounds of fresh beef for Fort Nelson troops. Names: Bland Ballard.

15966-9-974-977-June 21, 1782: Top document. Duplicate filming. Falls of Ohio issued rations for 4 artificers. Names: James Finn, Bland Ballard.

15967-9-974-977-June 25, 1782: Second document. Duplicate filming. Reference to tonnage on vessels from Oct. 1781 to Dec. 26, 1782. Names: John Critchfield.

15968-9-974-977-June 6, 1782: Third document. Duplicate filming. Capt. Robert George order for knapsacks for 2 men.

15969-9-974-977-June 25, 1782: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Fort Nelson issued rations for 21 marines of Capt. Jacob Pyeatt company. Names: John Crittenden.

15970-9-978-979-June 30, 1782: Top document. Fort Nelson issued 25 days rations to artificer Mr. Morton. Names: George Rogers Clark.

15971-9-978-979-June 27, 1782: Second document. Falls of Ohio issued rations for 4 artificers. Names: James Finn, Bland Ballard, Capt. Robert George.

15972-9-978-979-June 23, 1782: Third document. Falls of Ohio issued rations for artificers. Names: James Finn, John Crittenden.

15973-9-978-979-June 21, 1782: Bottom document. Fort Nelson issued rations for Widow Asher. Names: John Crittenden.

15974-9-980-983-June ?, 1782: Top document. Duplicate filming. Faded. Incomplete. Reference to rations. Names: Capt. Patten.

15975-9-980-983-June 2, 1782: Second document. Duplicate filming. Falls of Ohio issued rations for artificers. Names: Bland Ballard, John Crittenden.

15976-9-980-983-June 19, 1782: Third document. Duplicate filming. Ammunition issued to 8 marines of Capt. Jacob Pyeatt. Names: John Crittenden.

15977-9-980-983-June 25, 1782: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Fort Nelson exchanged a rifle for Sergeant Portwood. Names: Capt. John Baley, John Crittenden.

15978-9-984-985-June 2, 1782: Top document. Powder issued to Reuben Camp. Names: John Crittenden.

15979-9-984-985-June 6, 1782: Second document. Fort Nelson issued rations for 94 men. Names: Benjamin Logan, George Rogers Clark.

15980-9-984-985-June 8, 1782: Third document on left. John Crittenden order to issue powder for firing.

15981-9-984-985-June 2, 1782: Fourth document on right. John Crittenden order rations for 3 women and 15 men of Capt. Robert George. artillery.

15982-9-984-985-June 13, 1782: Bottom document. George Rogers Clark order for powder for 6 artificers. Names: Zephaniah Blackford.

15983-9-986-989-June 23, 1782: Top left document. Duplicate filming. Falls of Ohio issued rations for use of James Finn. Names: Bland Ballard, John Crittenden.

15984-9-986-989-June 5, 1782: Top right document. Duplicate filming. Rations issued for 11 marines of Capt. Jacob Pyeatt. Names: John Crittenden.

15985-9-986-989-June 3, 1782: Third document on left. Duplicate filming. John Crittenden issued 2 day ration for Widow Asher.

15986-9-986-989-June 6, 1782: Fourth document on right. Duplicate filming. Rank and file ration listing for 14 men and 2 women of Capt. Robert George artillery.

15987-9-986-989-May 11, 1782: Fifth document on left. Duplicate filming. John Crittenden issued rations for Widow Asher.

15988-9-986-989-June 5, 1782: Sixth document on right. Duplicate filming. John Crittenden issued rations for 11 artificers.

15989-9-986-989-June 4, 1782: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. George Rogers Clark order to deliver 3 public horses to his boy Patrick Mars.

15990-9-990-993-June 2, 1782: Top document. Duplicate filming. John Crittenden order for powder for the six pounder and 3 port of fire.

15991-9-990-993-June 4, 1782: Second document on left. Duplicate filming. Rations issued for 13 men and 2 women of Capt. Robert George artillery. Names: John Crittenden.

15992-9-990-993-May 9, 1782: Third document on right. Duplicate filming. John Crittenden issued 2 day rations for Widow Asher.

15993-9-990-993-June 5, 1782: Fourth document. Duplicate filming. Falls of Ohio issued rations for 4 artificers. Names: Bland Ballard, John Crittenden.

15994-9-990-993-June 5, 1782: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Fort Nelson issued 2 day rations for John Crittenden.

15995-9-994-997-June 12, 1782: Top document. Duplicate filming. Martin Carney paid for hiring horse from James McCullock. Names: George Rogers Clark.

15996-9-994-997-June 7, 1782: Second document. Duplicate filming. Reference to payment from Martin Carney to Michael Collier? for use of smith work for 3 wagons used to carry ? from Richmond to Redstone for the sea port in Maryland. Names: George Rogers Clark.

15997-9-994-997-June 1, 1782: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Martin Carney paid Peter Little for repairing a public wagon in Washington County. Names: George Rogers Clark.

15998-9-998-999-June 8, 1782: Top document. James Finn at Fort Nelson received 1,444 pounds of beef from Bland Ballard.

15999-9-998-999-June 11, 1782: Second document. John Crittenden issued 2 day rations for Widow Meredith.

16000-9-998-999-June 12, 1782: Third document. Rations issued for marines of Capt. Jacob Pyeatt. Names: John Crittenden.

16001-9-998-999-June 26, 1782: Bottom document. Rations issued for Bland Ballard. Names: John Crittenden.

16002-9-1000-1003-June 15, 1782: Top document. Duplicate filming. Rations for 5 men of Capt. Patten. Names: John Crittenden, James McCaulay.

16003-9-1000-1003-June 16, 1782: Second document. Duplicate filming. Rations. Names: Capt. John Baley, John Crittenden.

16004-9-1000-1003-June 15, 1782: Third document. Duplicate filming. Rations issued for Widow Asher. Names: John Crittenden.

16005-9-1000-1003-June 13, 1782: Bottom document. Falls of Ohio issue rations for 4 artificers. Names: James Finn, Bland Ballard, John Crittenden.

16006-9-1004-1005-June 25, 1782: Top document. Fort Nelson issued rations for marines of Capt. Jacob Pyeatt. Names: John Crittenden.

16007-9-1004-1005-June 8, 1782: Second document. Faded. Names: John Crittenden.

16008-9-1004-1005-June 17, 1782: Third document. Rations for artificers. Names: John Crittenden.

16009-9-1006-1009-June 15, 1782: Top document. Duplicate filming. Rations for artillery. Names: John Crittenden.

16010-9-1006-1009-June 23, 1782: Second document. Duplicate filming. Fort Nelson issued 2 day rations for Widow Meredith. Names: John Crittenden.

16011-9-1006-1009-June 22, 1782: Third document. Falls of Ohio issued flour. Names: Capt. John Baley, George Rogers Clark.

16012-9-1010-1013-June 23, 1782: Top document. Duplicate filming. Rations issued for 16 men and 2 women of Capt. Robert George. Names: Buckner Pittman, John Crittenden.

16013-9-1010-1013-June 23, 1782: Second document on left. Duplicate filming. John Crittenden issued 2 day rations for Widow Asher.

16014-9-1010-1013-June ?, 1782: Third document on right. Duplicate filming. Unable to read.

16015-9-1010-1013-June 23, 1782: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Rations issued for marines of Capt. Jacob Pyeatt.

16016-9-1014-1015-June 21, 1782: Top document. Rations issued for 2 women and 16 men. Names: Capt. Robert George, John Crittenden.

16017-9-1014-1015-June 11, 1782: Second document. Faded. Names: Jacob Pyeatt, John Crittenden.

16018-9-1014-1015-June 10, 1782: Third document. Faded. Names: John Crittenden.

16019-9-1016-1020-June 10, 1782: Top document. Duplicate filming. Fort Nelson issued ammunition for Capt. Benjamin Logan company. Names: George Rogers Clark.

16020-9-1016-1020-June 25, 1782: Second document. Duplicate filming. John Crittenden order to issue rations for Widow Meredith at Fort Nelson.

16021-9-1016-1020-June 16, 1782: Third document. Duplicate filming. Rifle issue to man of Capt. Robert George company. Names: John Crittenden.

16022-9-1016-1020-June 22, 1782: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Michajah Powel issued a rifle and shot pouch. Names: John Crittenden.

16023-9-1021-1025-June 22, 1782: Top document. Duplicate filming. Fort Nelson issued powder and lead to Edward Parks of Capt. John Baley company. Names: John Crittenden.

16024-9-1021-1025-June 19, 1782: Second document. Duplicate filming. Flints and a rifle issued to Jacob Allenton in Capt. Jacob Pyeatt company. Names: Bland Ballard, John Crittenden.

16025-9-1021-1025-June 10, 1782: Third document. Duplicate filming. Powder, lead and flints issued for use of Capt. Owens spies. Names: Zephaniah Blackford, John Crittenden.

16026-9-1021-1025-June 19, 1782: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Fort Nelson issued powder and lead. Names: Zephaniah Blackford, John Crittenden.

16027-9-1026-1029-June 20, 1782: Top document. Duplicate filming. Carbine issued to John C. Horn. Names: Zephaniah Blackford, John Crittenden.

16028-9-1026 -1029-June 17, 1782: Second document. Duplicate filming. Three cartridges issued to fire a salute. Names: John Crittenden.

16029-9-1026-1029-June 28, 1782: Third document. Duplicate filming. George Rogers Clark order to Fort Nelson to issue powder, lead and flints to William Crump.

16030-9-1026-1029-No Date: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. George Rogers Clark order to issue powder for himself.

16031-9-1030-1033-June 26, 1782: Top document. Duplicate filming. John Crittenden order to Fort Nelson to issue powder to Lieut. George Wilson.

16032-9-1030-1033-June 27, 1782: Second document. Duplicate filming. George Rogers Clark order to exchange musket of Jacob Morris at Fort Nelson.

16033-9-1030-1033-June 24, 1782: Third document. Duplicate filming. Fort Nelson issued a musket and cartridge box to John Vaughan of Capt. Jacob Pyeatt company. Names: John Crittenden.

16034-9-1030-1033-June 24, 1782: Fourth document. Duplicate filming. Fort Nelson issued powder,

16034-9-1030-1033-June 24, 1782-Continued: lead and 6 flints for 6 marines of Capt. Jacob Pyeatt company. Names: John Crittenden, John Vaughan.

16035-9-1034-1038-June 27, 1782: Top document. Duplicate filming. Reference to cartridge and boat. Names: George Rogers Clark.

16036-9-1034-1038-June 28, 1782: Second document. Duplicate filming. Capt. Robert George order to issue powder and lead for use of Lieut. Jarret Williams at Fort Nelson.

16037-9-1034-1038-June 28, 1782: Bottom left document. Duplicate filming. Fort Nelson issued 110 cartridges. Names: Capt. John Baley, Capt. Robert George.

16038-9-1034-1038-June ?, 1782: Bottom right document. Duplicate filming. Fort Nelson issued powder and lead for use of Capt. Robert George company. Names: George Rogers Clark.

16039-9-1039-1043-July 2, 1782: Top document. Duplicate filming. Capt. Robert George order to exchange rifle for Nicholas Burk of Capt. John Baley company.

16040-9-1039-1043-June 26, 1782: Second document. Duplicate filming. John Crittenden order to issue powder for use of Wilebrand Hunter.

16041-9-1039-1043-June 17, 1782: Third document. Duplicate filming. John Crittenden issued flour ration for artillery of Capt. Robert George.

16042-9-1039-1043-June 26, 1782: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. John Crittenden issued powder for 3 men of Capt. Robert George.

16043-9-1044-1049-June 26, 1782: Duplicate filming. John Crittenden issued 10 cartridges for the six pounder.

BOX 641-FOLDER 158

VOUCHERS-JUNE 1782

Frames #1050-1119

83 documents filmed on 69 frames.

16044-9-1051-1053-June 12, 1782: Top left document. Duplicate filming. John Crittenden order for flour ration for Mrs. Meredith.

16045-9-1051-1053-June 19, 1782: Top right document. Duplicate filming. John Crittenden issued rations for men of Capt. Jacob Pyeatt.

16046-9-1051-1053-June 15, 1782: Third document on left. Duplicate filming. John Crittenden issued beef, salt and flour ration.

16047-9-1051-1053-June 5, 1782: Fourth document on right. Duplicate filming. Faded. Names: Jacob Pyeatt, John Crittenden.

16048-9-1051-1053-June 12, 1782: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. John Crittenden issued rations for Widow Meredith.

16049-9-1054-1055-June 29, 1782: Top document. Capt. Robert George request for rations for 2 days.

16050-9-1054-1055-June 29, 1782: Second document. Faded. Names: George Rogers Clark and unable to read 1 name.

16051-9-1054-1055-June 28, 1782: Third document. Faded. Names: Capt. Robert George.

16052-9-1054-1055-June 2, 1782: Bottom document. Faded. Powder and lead. Names: Zephaniah Blackford.

16053-9-1056-1057-June 29, 1782: Top document. George Rogers Clark order to issue 2 day rations for 18 marines of Capt. Jacob Pyeatt company at Fort Nelson.

16054-9-1056-1057-June 3, 1782: Second document. John Crittenden issued 2 day rations for James Sherlock.

16055-9-1056-1057-June ? 1782: Third document. Faded. Names: John Crittenden.

16056-9-1056-1057-June 12, 1782: Bottom document. Faded. Names: John Crittenden

16057-9-1058-1059-June 5, 1782: Top document. John Crittenden issued rations for 14 marines of Capt. Jacob Pyeatt.

16058-9-1058-1059-June ? , 1782: Second document. John Crittenden issued rations for 15 marines of Capt. Jacob Pyeatt.

16059-9-1058-1059-June ?, 1782: Bottom document. Faded. Names: John Crittenden.

16060-9-1060-1061-June 27, 1782: Top document. Rations issued for artillery of Capt. Robert George.

16061-9-1060-1061-June ?, 1782: Second document. Faded. Names: Capt. John Baley, John Crittenden.

16062-9-1060-1061-June 27, 1782: Bottom document. Rations issued for 17 militia of Capt. Robert George.

16063-9-1062-1063-June 3, 1782: Top document. Rations issued for 5 men of Capt. John Baley. Names: John Crittenden.

16064-9-1062-1063-June 23, 1782: Second document. John Crittenden issued 2 day rations.

16065-9-1062-1063-June 27, 1782: Bottom document. Faded. Names: Capt. Robert George.

16066-9-1064-1065-June 25, 1782: Top document. John Crittenden issued rations for 13 artificers.

16067-9-1064-1065-June 24, 1782: Second document. John Crittenden issued rations for 12 artificers.

16068-9-1064-1065-June 25, 1782: Bottom document. John Crittenden issued rations for men of Capt. John Baley.

16069-9-1066-1071-June 29, 1782: Top document. Duplicate filming. George Rogers Clark order to issue rations for 16 men and 2 women of Capt. Robert George artillery.

16070-9-1066-1071-June 25, 1782: Second document on left. Duplicate filming. John Crittenden issued 2 day rations to Widow Meredith.

16071-9-1066-1071-June ?, 1782: Third document on right. Duplicate filming. John Crittenden issued 2 day rations for Widow Asher.

16072-9-1066-1071-June 26, 1782: Fourth document. Duplicate filming. John Crittenden issued powder and lead for use of the General.

16073-9-1066-1071-June 26, 1782: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. John Crittenden issued 10 day rations to Cadet J. Berwick of Capt. Jacob Pyeatt company.

16074-9-1072-1075-June 29, 1782: Top document. Duplicate filming. George Rogers Clark order to issue 10 day rations for Capt. James Davis. Names: Capt. Robert George.

16075-9-1072-1075-June ?, 1782: Second document. Faded. Duplicate filming. Reference to gun. Unable to read names.

16076-9-1072-1075-June 10, 1782: Third document. Duplicate filming. Reference to Fort Nelson and William Mosby?

16077-9-1072-1075-June 1, 1782: Fourth document. Duplicate filming. Rations issued for man of Capt. Jacob Pyeatt company. Names: John Crittenden.

16078-9-1072-1075-June 4, 1782: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. John Crittenden issued rations for 11 artificers.

16079-9-1076-1077-June 8, 1782: Top document. John Crittenden issued 2 day rations for wash woman Widow Meredith at Fort Nelson.

16080-9-1076-1077-June 9, 1782: Second document. Falls of Ohio issued rations for 4 artificers. Names: Bland Ballard, John Crittenden.

16081-9-1076-1077-June 7, 1782: Third document. Fort Nelson issued rations for washer woman Widow Meredith. Names: John Crittenden.

16082-9-1076-1077-June 4, 1782: Bottom document. John Crittenden issued flour ration for use of Capt. Jacob Pyeatt at Fort Nelson.

16083-9-1078-1079-June 1, 1782: Top document. John Crittenden issued flour ration for marines of Capt. Jacob Pyeatt.

16084-9-1078-1079-June 2, 1782: Second document. John Crittenden issued 2 day ration for 13 men and 2 women of Capt. Robert George train of artillery.

16085-9-1078-1079-June 1, 1782: Third document. Falls of Ohio issued rations for artificers. Names: Bland Ballard, John Crittenden.

16086-9-1078-1079-June 9, 1782: Bottom document. Falls of Ohio issued rations for artificers. Names: Bland Ballard, John Crittenden.

16087-9-1080-1081-June 1, 1782: Top document. John Crittenden issued rations for 13 artificers of Capt. Jacob Pyeatt.

16088-9-1080-1081-June 7, 1782: Second document. John Crittenden issued rations for artificers.

16089-9-1080-1081-June 9, 1782: Third document. John Crittenden issued rations for Widow Asher at Fort Nelson.

16090-9-1080-1081-June 10, 1782: Fourth document on left. John Crittenden issued rations for 14 men and 3 women of Capt. Robert George train of artillery.

16091-9-1080-1081-June 8, 1781: Fifth document on right. John Crittenden issued rations for 13 men and 3 women of Capt. Robert George train of artillery.

16092-9-1080-1081-June 13, 1782: Bottom document. John Crittenden issued rations for 10 artificers at Fort Nelson.

16093-9-1082-1087-June 10, 1782: Top document. Duplicate filming. John Crittenden issued beef for master workman Mr. Morton.

16094-9-1082-1087-June 3, 1782: Second document. Duplicate filming. Faded. Names: Joseph Lindsay, George Rogers Clark.

16095-9-1082-1087-June 10, 1782: Third document. Duplicate filming. John Crittenden issued rations to interpreter James Sherlock.

16096-9-1082-1087-June 19, 1782: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. James Finn received 275 pounds of fresh beef from Bland Ballard for use of Fort Nelson troops.

16097-9-1088-1089-June 12, 1782: Top document. John Crittenden issued rations to James Sherlock.

16098-9-1088-1089-June 10, 1782: Second document. John Crittenden issued rations to Widow Meredith.

16099-9-1088-1089-June 13, 1782: Third document on left. John Crittenden issued rations for men of Capt. Patten. Unable to read a name.

16100-9-1088-1089-June 1, 1782: Fourth document on right. John Crittenden issued rations to artificers.

16101-9-1088-1089-June 29, 1782: Bottom document. Falls of Ohio issued rations for artificers. Names: John Crittenden, Bland Ballard.

16102-9-1090-1093-June 27, 1782: Top document. Duplicate filming. Flour issued to make paste for making cartridges. Names: Zephaniah Blackford, George Rogers Clark, Capt. Robert George.

16103-9-1090-1093-June ?, 1782: Second document. Duplicate filming. Faded. John Crittenden.

16104-9-1090-1093-June 24, 1782: Third document. Duplicate filming. Falls of Ohio issued rations for 4 artificers. Names: John Crittenden, Bland Ballard.

16105-9-1090-1093-June 27, 1782: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Ammunition issued at Lexington for Capt. Patterson.

16106-9-1094-1099-June 25, 1782: Top document. Duplicate filming. Capt. John Rogers certified money was advance in Caroline county April 14, 1782.

16107-9-1094-1099-June 30, 1782: Second document. Duplicate filming. George Rogers Clark orders to Fort Nelson to issue rations for artificers.

16108-9-1094-1099-June 11, 1782: Third document. Duplicate filming. Reference to Capt. Patten and John Crittenden.

16109-9-1094-1099-June 13, 1782: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Reference to payment. Names: William Meeker?, John McIyn?. unable read name.

16110-9-1100-1103-June 17, 1782: Top document. Duplicate filming. Rations issued for artificers. Names: Thomas Morton, John Crittenden.

16111-9-1100-1103-June 11, 1782: Second document. Duplicate filming. John Crittenden issued rations to Widow Asher at Fort Nelson.

16112-9-1100-1103-June 11, 1782: Third document. Duplicate filming. Fort Nelson issued rations for 4 militia of Major Hugh McGary. Names: Capt. John Boyle, John Crittenden.

16113-9-1100-1103-June 19, 1782: Fourth document. Duplicate filming. Fort Nelson issued rations for Widow Asher. Names: John Crittenden.

16114-9-1100-1103-June 1, 1782: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Fort Nelson issued rations for 4 artificers. Names: John Crittenden.

16115-9-1104-1109-June 18, 1782: Top document. Duplicate filming. John Crittenden issued rations for 1 man of Capt. Jacob Pyeatt.

16116-9-1104-1109-June 27, 1782: Second document. Duplicate filming. Capt. Robert George order to issue rations for 46 men and 5 women of Capt. John Baley company.

16117-9-1104-1109-June 27, 1782: Third document. Duplicate filming. Capt. Robert George issued rations for marines of Capt. Jacob Pyeatt company.

16118-9-1110-1115-June 26, 1782: Top document. Duplicate filming. Fort Nelson issued rations for 9 marines of Capt. Jacob Pyeatt. Names: John Crittenden.

16119-9-1110-1115-June 21, 1782: Second document. Duplicate filming. George Rogers Clark order to issue 300 pounds flour to master workman Thomas Morton. Names: John Crittenden.

16120-9-1110-1115-June 22, 1782: Third document. Duplicate filming. Powder issued to John Crittenden.

16121-9-1110-1115-June 20, 1782: Bottom document. George Rogers Clark order to issue flour to Mary Damewood, who was in distress.

16122-9-1116-1119-June 21, 1782: Top document. Duplicate filming. Aquilla Whitaker received beef, salt and flour.

16123-9-1116-1119-June 30, 1782: Second document on left. Duplicate filming. Incomplete . Fort Nelson and flour.

16124-9-1116-1119-No Date: Third document. Incomplete. Duplicate filming. Lead, flint.

16125-9-1116-1119-June 8, 1782: Fourth document on right. Duplicate filming. Fort Nelson issued powder and lead issued. Names: John Donne, Capt. Robert George.

16126-9-1116-1119-June 26, 1782: Fifth document on left. Duplicate filming. Rations issued to prisoner of War Sergeant John Chapman of King's Regiment. Names: Capt. Robert George.

16127-9-1116-1119-June 17, 1782: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Fort Nelson issued rations for 45 militia of Capt. Aquilla Whitaker. Names: John Crittenden.

BOX 642-FOLDER 159

LETTERS, ETC. JULY 1782

Frames #1120-1140

10 documents filmed on 20 frames.

16128-9-1121-1126-July 10, 1782: Duplicate filming. George Rogers Clark certificate from Fort Nelson to General Barbour concerning appointment of Capt. Robert George as commander at Fort Jefferson but not authorized to draw bills on government.

16129-9-1127-July 27, 1782: Faded. Capt. Robert George certified receiving items from conductor of the military store at Fort Nelson for an expedition.

16130-9-1128-1131-January 16, 1782: Duplicate filming. Will Shannon received several times supplies from George Rogers Clark for the use of the troops. Reference to land warrants, Fort Nelson and Falls of Ohio. Names: James Berwick.

16131-9-1132-1134-July 29, 1782: Duplicate filming. Letter of William Davis to George Rogers Clark. Reference to War Office, Major Walls, and Falls of Ohio.

16132-9-1135-July 2, 1782: Letter from J. Hite, Squire Boone, and John Edwards to Governor Harrison. Filed and printed elsewhere.

16133-9-1136-July 9, 1782: Indian Talks. filed and printed elsewhere.

16134-9-1137-July 26, 1782: Letter from John Hardin to William Davis. Filed elsewhere.

16135-9-1138-July 16, 1782: Letter from Oliver Pollock to Governor Harrison. Filed elsewhere.

16136-9-1139-July 25, 1782: Letter from John Evans to Governor Harrison. Filed elsewhere.

16137-9-1140-July 31, 1782: Letter from Charles Gratoit to Governor Harrison. Filed elsewhere. Original French. English translation.

BOX 642-FOLDER 160

ACCOUNTS-JULY 1782

Frames #1141-1166

9 documents filmed on 25 frames.

16138-9-1142-1143-July ?, 1782: Top document. George Rogers Clark order to issue 450 pounds of flour to the guard at the salt works.

16139-9-1142-1143-July 30, 1782: Bottom document. George Rogers Clark at Falls of Ohio order to issue flour for guards at salt works. Names: Bland Ballard.

16140-9-1144-July 24, 1782: State of Virginia accounts with Gilbert Simpson, Benjamin Wilt, Robert Dugan, and David Faulkner. Reference to George Rogers Clark expedition and nails. Names: David Allen.

16141-9-1145-August 8, 1783: State of Virginia account with Adam Dunlap. Reference to George Rogers Clark expedition, Gilbert Simpson and oath taken before justice peace of Westmoreland County Joseph McGarraugh.

16142-9-1146-1153-July 26, 1782: Duplicate filming. Very faded. Appears to be account of Benjamin Little. Items: Beef, flour, corn, rye, bags, whiskey. Names: Hans Hamilton, John Allen, James Stephenson, John Robinson, John Harrison, Will Harrison, Richard Wallace, J. Carney, Benjamin Wells, Capt. Carney.

16143-9-1154-1155-July 7, 1782: Reference to Fort Nelson, muskets, powder, lead, marines of Capt. Jacob Pyeatt, flints and Capt. Robert George.

16144-9-1156-1160-July 26, 1782: Account of the state of Virginia with Oliver Pollock. Names: William Nathan, Attorney Dan Clark.

16145-9-1161-1162-July 1782: Account of state of Virginia with John Johnston. Names: Bland Ballard, George Rogers Clark.

16146-9-1163-1165-July 26, 1782: Account of state of Virginia with Oliver Pollock of New Orleans. Names: George Rogers Clark, John Montgomery, John Thruston, ? Perault, Jean Baptist, Thomas Dalton, Hannah Dalton, David Ross.

16147-9-1166-December 25, 1782: House of Delegates [of Virginia]. Reference to bill of exchange due Oliver Pollock of New Orleans. Agreed by Senate to pay. Names: John Beckley, David Ross, Daniel Clark.

BOX 642-FOLDER 161

VOUCHERS-JULY 1782

Frames #1167-1262

103 documents filmed on 95 frames.

16148-9-1168-1171-July 17, 1782: Top document. Duplicate filming. Names: Capt. John Baley, Christopher Klein, John Crittenden.

16149-9-1168-1171-July 31, 1782: Second document. Duplicate filming. Fort Nelson exchanged musket of William Smith. Names: Capt. John Baley, John Crittenden.

16150-9-1168-1171-No Date: Third document. Duplicate filming. George Rogers Clark order to issue powder and lead to Lieut. Jarret Williams.

16151-9-1168-1171-July 19, 1782: Fourth document. Duplicate filming. James Finn received beef from Bland Ballard for use of Fort Nelson troops.

16152-9-1168-1171-July 26, 1782: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. John Crittenden order for rations for Widow Asher.

16153-9-1172-1176-July 31, 1782: Top document. Duplicate filming. Fort Nelson issued pork, flour, salt and beef to Capt. Jacob Pyeatt.

16154-9-1172-1176-July 29, 1782: Second document. Duplicate filming. Fort Nelson issued rations for a man of Capt. John Baley. Names: John Crittenden.

16155-9-1172-1176-July 30, 1782: Third document. Duplicate filming. Rations issued for men and women of Capt. John Baley company. Names: John Crittenden.

16156-9-1172-1176-July ?, 1782: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Rations issued for 45 men and 5 women of Capt. John Baley company. Names: George Rogers Clark.

16157-9-1177-1180-July 19, 1782: Top document. Duplicate filming. Butter issued for 16 men of Capt. John Baley. Names: George Rogers Clark.

16158-9-1177-1180-July 15, 1782: Second document. Duplicate filming. George Rogers Clark order to issue flour to William McCracken?

16159-9-1177-1180-July 18, 1782: Third document. Duplicate filming. George Rogers Clark order to issue powder and lead for men of Capt. John Baley.

16160-9-1177-1180-July 29, 1782: Fourth document. Duplicate filming. Rations issued for 33 men and 6 women of Capt. John Baley company. Names: John Crittenden.

16161-9-1181-1184-July 12, 1782: Top document. Duplicate filming. Flour for expedition to Fort Vincent.

16162-9-1181-1184-July 17, 1782: Second document. Duplicate filming. Beef received from Capt. Williams. Names: Bland Ballard, James Finn.

16163-9-1181-1184-July 6, 1782: Third document. Duplicate filming. Capt. Robert George order to issue a rife to Sergeant Josiah Smith.

16164-9-1181-1184-July 5, 1782: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Fort Nelson issued powder and lead to Capt. Robert George.

16165-9-1185-1188-No Date: Top document. Duplicate filming. John Crittenden order to issue 6 blank cartridges for the funeral of Capt. Helm.

16166-9-1185-1188-July 29, 1782: Second document. Duplicate filming. Powder and lead issued for Capt. John Baley. Names: John Crittenden.

16167-9-1185-1188-July ?, 1782: Third document. Duplicate filming. Names: George Rogers Clark.

16168-9-1185-1188-July 28, 1782: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Fort Nelson issued flints. Names: James Finn.

16169-9-1189-1192-July 26, 1782: Top document. Duplicate filming. Bland Ballard issued beef to James Finn for use of Fort Nelson troops.

16170-9-1189-1192-July 26, 1782: Second document. Duplicate filming. Faded. Names: Bland Ballard, John Crittenden.

16171-9-1189-1192-July 25, 1782: Third document. Duplicate filming. Rations for artificers. Names: Bland Ballard, John Crittenden.

16172-9-1189-1192-July ? , 1782: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Faded. George Rogers Clark.

16173-9-1193-1196-July 7, 1782: Top document. Duplicate filming. George Rogers Clark order to Fort Nelson to send a pair of pistols to Capt. Robert George for firing the artillery on the galley.

16174-9-1193-1196-July 22, 1782: Second document. Duplicate filming. Powder issued to Major Moore. Names: John Crittenden, Zephaniah Blackford.

16175-9-1193-1196-July 5, 1782: Third document. Duplicate filming. Bland Ballard issued 130 pounds of buffalo beef to James Finn.

16176-9-1193-1196-July 6, 1782: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Payment for forage for horses carrying stores from Richmond to Red Stone. Names: Joseph Cradle.

16177-9-1197-1202-July 4, 1782: Top document. Duplicate filming. Account of Jacob Froman. Names: Bland Ballard.

16178-9-1197-1202-July 4, 1782: Second document. Duplicate filming. George Rogers Clark orders to issue rations for 38 men and 6 women of Capt. John Baley company.

16179-9-1197-1202-July 9, 1782: Third document. Duplicate filming. Rations issued. George Rogers Clark.

16180-9-1197-1202-July 19, 1782: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. George Rogers Clark order to issued rations for 38 men and 6 women of Capt. John Baley company.

16181-9-1203-1204-July 12, 1782: Top document. George Rogers Clark order to issue flour and salt to Capt. Perault company.

16182-9-1203-1204-July ? , 1782: Second document. Unable to read. George Rogers Clark.

16183-9-1203-1204-July 6, 1782: Third document. George Rogers Clark order to issue rations for Capt. John Baley company.

16184-9-1205-1206-July ? , 1782: Top document. Unable to read.

16185-9-1205-1206-July ?, 1782: Second document. John Crittenden.

16186-9-1205-1206-July 27, 1782: Third document. Rations for marines.

16187-9-1205-1206-July ?, 1782: Bottom document. Rations for Capt. John Baley company.

16188-9-1207-1210-July 19, 1782: Top document. Duplicate filming. Falls of Ohio. Names: Bland Ballard, Capt. Robert George.

16189-9-1207-1210-July 22, 1782: Second document. Duplicate filming. Major George Walls received money from John Crittenden at Fort Nelson for purchasing.

16190-9-1207-1210-July 16, 1782: Third document. Duplicate filming. George Rogers Clark order for rations for 33 men and 6 women of Capt. John Baley company.

16191-9-1207-1210-July 16, 1782: Bottom document. Rations issued for artificers. Names: George Rogers Clark, Bland Ballard.

16192-9-1211-1212-July 4, 1782: Top document. George Rogers Clark order to issue rations for John Nutt and John Little, who were express for Kentucky.

16193-9-1211-1212-July ? , 1782: Second document. Faded. Falls of Ohio. George Rogers Clark.

16194-9-1211-1212-July 9, 1782: Third document. Falls of Ohio issue powder and lead. Names: George Rogers Clark, Zephaniah Blackford, Bland Ballard.

16195-9-1211-1212-July 1, 1782: Bottom document. Powder and lead issued for 4 men of Capt. Robert George.

16196-9-1213-1216-July ?, 1782: Top document. Duplicate filming. Powder and lead issued to Capt. Jacob Pyeatt company. Names: George Rogers Clark.

16197-9-1213-1216-July 3, 1782: Second document. Duplicate filming. Rations issued for artificers. Names: Bland Ballard, John Crittenden.

16198-9-1213-1216-July 7, 1782: Third document. Duplicate filming. Nails and cruppers issued for use of artillery on board the galley. Names: Capt. Robert George.

16199-9-1213-1216-July 6, 1782: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. George Rogers Clark order to issue powder and lead.

16200-9-1217-1220-July ?, 1782: Top document. Duplicate filming. Cartridges issued.

16201-9-1217-1220-July 28, 1782: Second document. Duplicate filming. George Rogers Clark order to issue powder and lead.

16202-9-1217-1220-July 6, 1782: Third document on left. Duplicate filming. Powder and lead issued for Capt. Robert George.

16203-9-1217-1220-July ? , 1782: Fourth document on right. Duplicate filming. Capt. Robert George.

16204-9-1217-1220-July 6, 1782: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Capt. Robert George order for 16 knapsacks.

16205-9-1221-1226-July ?, 1782: Top document. Duplicate filming. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Nelson for powder and lead. Names: John Cakeley.

16206-9-1221-1226-July 9, 1782: Second document. Duplicate filming. George Rogers Clark order to Fort Nelson to issue powder and lead to a man in Capt. John Baley company.

16207-9-1221-1226-July 5, 1782: Third document. Duplicate filming. George Rogers Clark issued powder to Capt. Jacob Pyeatt.

16208-9-1221-1226-July 22, 1782: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Bayonet belt issued for use of the drum in the garrison. Names: Capt. John Baley, John Crittenden.

16209-9-1227-1230-July 8, 1782: Top document. Duplicate filming. George Rogers Clark order to issue flour for the Widow Meredith.

16210-9-1227-1230-July 21, 1782: Second document. Duplicate filming. John Crittenden order to issue rations.

16211-9-1227-1230-July 8, 1782: Third document. Duplicate filming. George Rogers Clark order to issue rations for artificers.

16212-9-1227-1230-July 8, 1782: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Falls of Ohio issued rations for 4 artificers. Names: George Rogers Clark, James Finn, Bland Ballard.

16213-9-1231-1234-July 9, 1782: Top document. Duplicate filming. George Rogers Clark order to issue flour to George Shepherd of Capt. John Baley company.

16214-9-1231-1234-July 8, 1782: Second document. Duplicate filming. George Rogers Clark order to issue rations for 93 men of Benjamin Logan division.

16215-9-1231-1234-July 12, 1782: Third document. Duplicate filming. Fort Nelson exchanged a musket and bayonet for George Shepherd. Names: Capt. John Baley, George Rogers Clark.

16216-9-1235-1236-July 12, 1782: Top document. Salt and flour issued for Capt. John Baley.

16217-9-1235-1236-July 12, 1782: Second document. George Rogers Clark order to issue rations to the Widow Meredith.

16218-9-1235-1236-July 11, 1782: Third document. Rations issued to ? Rey.

16219-9-1235-1236-July 13, 1782: Bottom document. George Rogers Clark order to issue rations.

16220-9-1237-1238-July 12, 1782: Top document. George Rogers Clark order to issue rations for 37 men and 5 women of Capt. John Baley company.

16221-9-1237-1238-July 22, 1782: Second document. Rations issued to Widow Meredith.

16222-9-1237-1238-July 22, 1782: Third document. George Rogers Clark order to issue rations for 34 men and 6 women of Capt. John Baley company.

16223-9-1237-1238-July 13, 1782: Bottom document. Rations issued for Widow Meredith.

16224-9-1239-1240-July 10, 1782: Top left document. Fort Nelson issued rations for Benjamin Logan's Lincoln County Militia.

16225-9-1239-1240-July 12, 1782: Top right document. Falls of Ohio issued rations for 4 artificers. Names: George Rogers Clark, Bland Ballard.

16226-9-1239-1240-July 14, 1782: Third document. Fort Nelson issued rations for Widow Asher. Names: John Crittenden.

16227-9-1239-1240-July 10, 1782: Fourth document. George Rogers Clark order to issue salt to Philip Barbour.

16228-9-1239-1240-July 4, 1782: Bottom document. Fort Nelson replaced bayonet of William Whitehead. Names: Capt. John Baley, Capt. Robert George.

16229-9-1241-1242-June 22, 1782: Top document. John Mundale was paid in powder for his work. Names: George Rogers Clark, Bland Ballard.

16230-9-1241-1242-July 14, 1782: Second document. Fort Nelson issued powder, lead and flints to hunt. Names: George Rogers Clark.

16231-9-1241-1242-July 15, 1782: Third document. Powder and lead issued to soldier Drury Bush. Names: George Rogers Clark.

16232-9-1241-1242-July 1, 1782: Bottom document. Pistols issued to Capt. Robert George.

16233-9-1243-1246-June 30, 1782: Top document. Duplicate filming. George Rogers Clark order to Fort Nelson to issue powder, lead and 3 flints.

16234-9-1243-1246-July 5, 1782: Second document. Duplicate filming. Capt. Robert George order for powder and lead.

16235-9-1243-1246-July ?, 1782: Third document. Duplicate filming. William Elms received cartridges.

16236-9-1243-1246-July 4, 1782: Fourth document. Duplicate filming. Capt. Robert George order for 13 cartridges.

16237-9-1243-1246-July ?, 1782: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Falls of Ohio issued rations for 5 artificers.

16238-9-1247-1250-July ?, 1782: Top document. Duplicate filming. Fort Nelson issued ration for Capt. Jacob Pyeatt.

16239-9-1247-1250-July 21, 1782: Second document. Duplicate filming. Fort Nelson issued powder, lead and flints to Capt. Robert George.

16240-9-1247-1250-July 7, 1782: Third document. Duplicate filming. Fort Nelson issued 24 knapsacks. Names: Capt. Robert George, Capt. Jacob Pyeatt.

16241-9-1247-1250-July 15, 1782: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Powder, lead and flints issued to Nicholas Burk of Capt. Robert Baley company. Names: George Rogers Clark.

16242-9-1251-1254-July 9, 1782: Top document. Duplicate filming. Lieut. Abraham Chapline order to issue powder and lead to Sergeant Major Miles.

16243-9-1251-1254-July 7, 1782: Second document. Duplicate filming. Fort Nelson issued 4 shot pouches for 4 marines of Capt. Jacob Pyeatt. Names: Capt. Robert George.

16244-9-1251-1254-July 22, 1782: Third document. Duplicate filming. Powder and lead issued. Names: Major F. Moore, John Crittenden, Zephaniah Blackford.

16245-9-1251-1254-July ?, 1782: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Rations received by Page Portwood.

16246-9-1255-1258-July 22, 1782: Top document. Duplicate filming. Falls of Ohio issued powder and lead to James Bullard. Names: Bland Ballard, John Crittenden.

16247-9-1255-1258-July 5, 1782: Second document. Duplicate filming. Fort Nelson issued powder and lead to Samuel Willet. Names: George Rogers Clark.

16248-9-1255-1258-July 10, 1782: Third document. Duplicate filming. Falls of Ohio issued rations for artificers. Names: George Rogers Clark, Bland Ballard.

16249-9-1255-1258-July ?, 1782: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. George Rogers Clark.

16250-9-1259-1262-July 29, 1782: Top document. Duplicate filming. Names: George Rogers Clark, Jacob Vanmeter.

16251-9-1259-1262-July 31, 1782: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. John Crittenden order to issue a musket to William Whitehead.

BOX 642-FOLDER 162

VOUCHERS-JULY 1782

Frames #1263-1355

100 documents filmed on 92 frames.

16252-9-1264-1267-July 13, 1782: Top document. Duplicate filming. George Rogers Clark order for 1 day ration for militia.

16253-9-1264-1267-July 12, 1782: Second document. Duplicate filming. George Rogers Clark order to issue rations to Widow Asher.

16254-9-1264-1267-July 31, 1782: Third document. Duplicate filming. Rations issued to company of Capt. John Baley. Names: John Crittenden.

16255-9-1264-1267-July 13, 1782: Bottom left document. Duplicate filming. George Rogers Clark order to issue powder, lead and flints to 2 men of Capt. John Baley.

16256-9-1264-1267-July 13, 1782: Bottom right document. Duplicate filming. George Rogers Clark order to issue rations for Capt. John Baley.

16257-9-1268-1273-July 15, 1782: Top document. Duplicate filming. George Rogers Clark order to Fort Nelson to issue rations for 1 artificer.

16258-9-1268-1273-July 19, 1782: Second document. Duplicate filming. George Rogers Clark order to issue rations for artificers.

16259-9-1268-1273-July 12, 1782: Third document. Duplicate filming. Faded. Names: Major George Walls, John ?

16260-9-1268-1273-July 7, 1782: Fourth document. Duplicate filming. Names: Lieut. James Calvit.

16261-9-1274-1275-July 20, 1782: Top document. George Rogers Clark issued flour to Charles Morgan at Fort Nelson.

16262-9-1274-1275-July 25, 1782: Second document. Fort Nelson issued flour ration for William Bush. Names: Capt. John Baley.

16263-9-1274-1275-July 6, 1782: Third document. George Rogers Clark issued rations to Widow Meredith.

16264-9-1274-1275-July 7, 1782: Bottom document. Fort Nelson issued a camp kettle. Names: Capt. Jacob Pyeatt, Capt. Robert George.

16265-9-1276-1279-July 1, 1782: Top document. Duplicate filming. Flour ration issued for artificers. Names: George Rogers Clark.

16266-9-1276-1279-July 6, 1782: Second document. Duplicate filming. Rations issued for 46 men and 6 women of Capt. John Baley company.

16267-9-1276-1279-July 3, 1782: Third document on left. Duplicate filming. Rations issued for a captain, 2 lieutenants, and 2 sergeants of Capt. James Rogers. Names: Col. Israel Cox, George Rogers Clark.

16268-9-1276-1279-July 11, 1782: Fourth document on right. Duplicate filming. Rations issued for Capt. James Rogers. Names: George Rogers Clark

16269-9-1276-1279-July 1, 1782: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Rations issued for 5 artificers. Names: Bland Ballard, James Finn, Capt. Robert George, George Rogers Clark.

16270-9-1280-1283-July 3, 1782: Top document. Duplicate filming. Rations issued at Fort Nelson. Names: Capt. John Baley, Capt. Robert George, George Rogers Clark.

16271-9-1280-1283-July 1, 1782: Second document. Duplicate filming. Rations issued for a captain, 2 lieutenants, and 2 sergeants. Names: Capt. James Rogers, Col. Isaac Cox, George Rogers Clark.

16272-9-1280-1283-July 4, 1782: Third document on left. Duplicate filming. George Rogers Clark order to issue 2 day ration for Andrew Clark.

16273-9-1280-1283-July 6, 1782: Fourth document on right. Duplicate filming. Names: James Finn, George Rogers Clark.

16274-9-1280-1283-July 4, 1782: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. George Rogers Clark order to issue rations for Widow Asher.

16275-9-1284-1287-July 6, 1782: Top document. Duplicate filming. George Rogers Clark order to issue rations.

16276-9-1284-1287-July ?, 1782: Second document. Duplicate filming. George Rogers Clark order to issue rations for 15 men and 2 women.

16277-9-1284-1287-July 7, 1782: Third document. Duplicate filming. George Rogers Clark order to issue rations for division of Benjamin Logan.

16278-9-1284-1287-July 4, 1782: Fourth document. Duplicate filming. Bland Ballard issued beef to James Finn for use of troops at Fort Nelson.

16279-9-1288-1291-July 4, 1782: Top document. Duplicate filming. Fort Nelson issued 2 day rations for 94 men of Benjamin Logan division. Names: George Rogers Clark.

16280-9-1288-1291-July 14, 1782: Second document. Duplicate filming. Fort Nelson issued corn for friendly indians. Names: James Sherlock, interpreter.

16281-9-1288-1291-July 3, 1782: Third document. Duplicate filming. Fort Nelson issued rations for 94 men of Benjamin Logan division. Names: George Rogers Clark

16282-9-1292-1293-July 10, 1782: Top document. State of Virginia account with James Puff? Names: Bland Ballard,

16283-9-1292-1293-July 3, 1782: Second document. State of Virginia account. Names: George Rogers Clark.

16284-9-1292-1293-July 3, 1782: Third document. Rations issued. Names: Capt. Whitaker, Capt. Vertreese?, George Rogers Clark.

16285-9-1292-1293-July 3, 1782: Bottom document on left. Names: Capt. Robert George.

16286-9-1292-1293-July ?, 1782: Bottom document on right. Names: Levi Todd, Lieut. Steel, Mr. Dickinson.

16287-9-1294-1297-July 6, 1782: Top document. Duplicate filming. George Rogers Clark order to issue powder and lead to Capt. James Rogers.

16288-9-1294-1297-July ?, 1782: Second document. Duplicate filming. Andrew Steele issued 300 pounds of buffalo beef and salt to Capt. James Patten.

16289-9-1294-1297-July 4, 1782: Third document. Duplicate filming. George Rogers Clark order at Fort Nelson to issue corn for horses of the express from Kentucky. Names: Bland Ballard.

16290-9-1294-1297-July 20, 1782: Fourth document. Duplicate filming. Rations issued for a lieutenants and 23 privates.

16291-9-1298-1301-July 26, 1782: Top document. Duplicate filming. Rations. Names: Bland Ballard, John Crittenden.

16292-9-1298-1301-July 6, 1782: Second document. Duplicate filming. Names: Capt. Jacob Pyeatt.

16293-9-1298-1301-July 31, 1782: Third document. Duplicate filming. George Rogers Clark order to issue rations for 3 marines of Capt. Jacob Pyeatt.

16294-9-1298-1301-July 3, 1782: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. George Rogers Clark order to issue rations to Widow Asher.

16295-9-1302-1305-July 2, 1782: Top document. Duplicate filming. George Rogers Clark order to Fort Nelson to issue lead to line the cable hole of the galley. Names: John Johnson?

16296-9-1302-1305-July ?, 1782: Second document. Duplicate filming. John Crittenden issued rations for Mrs. ?, whose husband was on board the galley?

16297-9-1302-1305-July 5, 1782: Third document. Duplicate filming. John Crittenden issued rations for Widow Asher.

16298-9-1302-1305-July 15, 1782: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. John Crittenden issued rations at Fort Nelson.

16299-9-1306-1307-July ?, 1782: Top document. Faded. Names: John Crittenden.

16300-9-1306-1307-July 29, 1782: Second document. Vouchers of James Finn.

16301-9-1306-1307-July 1, 1782: Bottom document. George Rogers Clark order for rations for Widow Asher.

16302-9-1308-1311-July 17, 1782: Top document. Duplicate filming. Rations for Widow Meredith.

16303-9-1308-1311-July 1, 1782: Second document. Duplicate filming. George Rogers Clark order to issue rations for 15 men and 2 women.

16304-9-1308-1311-July 3, 1782: Third document. Duplicate filming. George Rogers Clark order to issue rations for 8 men.

16305-9-1308-1311-July 5, 1782: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. George Rogers Clark order for rations for 3 militia of Capt. Whitaker?

16306-9-1312-1315-July 5, 1782: Top document. Duplicate filming. George Rogers Clark order to issue rations for 2 lieutenants, a captain, 2 sergeants and 45 privates of Capt. James Rogers.

16307-9-1312-1315-July 4, 1782: Second document. Duplicate filming. George Rogers Clark order to issue rations for 45 men and 5 women of Capt. John Baley.

16308-9-1312-1315-July 3, 1782: Bottom left document. Duplicate filming. George Rogers Clark order for rations for Widow Meredith.

16309-9-1312-1315-July ?, 1782: Bottom right document. Duplicate filming. George Rogers Clark.

16310-9-1316-1317-July 6, 1782: Left document. Rations for Widow Asher.

16311-9-1316-1317-July 5, 1782: Right document. George Rogers Clark order for rations for marines.

16312-9-1318-1321- July 3, 1782: Top document. Duplicate filming. George Rogers Clark order for rations for 18 marines of Capt. Jacob Pyeatt.

16313-9-1318-1321-July 7, 1782: Second document. Duplicate filming. Rations issued. Names: Capt. Jacob Pyeatt, Capt. Robert George.

16314-9-1318-1321-July ? , 1782: Bottom left document. Duplicate filming. Unable to read.

16315-9-1318-1321-July 7, 1782: Bottom right document. Duplicate filming. Fort Nelson issued a sword and belt to Capt. Robert George.

16316-9-1322-1325-July 3, 1782: Top document. Duplicate filming. George Rogers Clark order for rations for 44 men and 6 women of Capt. John Baley company.

16317-9-1322-1325-July 26, 1782: Second document. Duplicate filming. George Rogers Clark order to issue powder to Mr. Williams of the militia at Fort Nelson.

16318-9-1322-1325-July ?, 1782: Third document. Duplicate filming. Reference to sealing cartridges. Names: Zephaniah Blackford, George Rogers Clark.

16319-9-1322-1325-July ?, 1782: Bottom left document. Duplicate filming. Names: Bland Ballard, George Rogers Clark.

16320-9-1322-1325-July 22, 1782: Bottom right document. Duplicate filming. Names: John Crittenden.

16321-9-1326-1329-July ?, 1782: Top document. Duplicate filming. George Rogers Clark order to issue rations for Capt. Robert George.

16322-9-1326-1329-July 20, 1782: Second document. Duplicate filming. Rations for artificers. Bland Ballard.

16323-9-1326-1329-July ?, 1782: Third document. Duplicate filming. Rations for Widow Asher.

16324-9-1326-1329-July 24, 1782: Fourth document. Duplicate filming. Account with David Allin. Names: Samuel Seward

16325-9-1330-1333-July 26, 1782: Top document. Duplicate filming. Powder. John Crittenden.

16326-9-1330-1333-July 26, 1782: Second document. Duplicate filming. Falls of Ohio. John Crittenden.

16327-9-1330-1333-July 23, 1782: Third document. Duplicate filming. Powder issued for company of Capt. John Baley. Names: John Crittenden.

16328-9-1330-1333-July 30, 1782: Fourth document. Duplicate filming. John Crittenden issued rations for Widow Asher at Fort Nelson.

16329-9-1330-1333-July 30, 1782: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Fort Nelson issued flour to make paste for making of cartridges. Names: Zephaniah Blackford, John Crittenden.

16330-9-1334-1335-July ?, 1782: Top document. Rations issued for man of Capt. John Baley.

16331-9-1334-1335-July 1, 1782: Second document. Rations issued for marines of Capt. Jacob Pyeatt.

16332-9-1334-1335-July ?, 1782: Third document. Flour ration for company of Capt. John Baley.

16333-9-1334-1335-July ?, 1782: Fourth document. Ration issued.

16334-9-1336-1339-July 3, 1782: Top document. Duplicate filming. Rations for artificers. Names: George Rogers Clark, Andrew Clark.

16335-9-1336-1339-July 23, 1782: Second document. Duplicate filming. Fort Nelson issued salt to Capt. Jacob Pyeatt. Names: John Crittenden.

16336-9-1336-1339-July 19, 1782: Third document. Duplicate filming. George Rogers Clark order to issue rations for a woman.

16337-9-1336-1339-July 27, 1782: Fourth document. Duplicate filming. John Crittenden order to issue rations.

16338-9-1340-1343-July 22, 1782: Top document. Duplicate filming. Rations issued for 5 artificers. Names: Bland Ballard, John Crittenden.

16339-9-1340-1343-July 20, 1782: Second document. Duplicate filming. John Crittenden issued rations for 34 men and 6 women of Capt. John Baley.

16340-9-1340-1343-July 17, 1782: Third document. Duplicate filming. John Crittenden issued rations for 2 men of Capt. John Baley.

16341-9-1340-1343-July 16, 1782: Fourth document. Duplicate filming. Capt. Robert George order for knapsacks.

16342-9-1344-1347-July ?, 1782: Top document. Duplicate filming. Capt. John Baley request for knapsacks. Names: Capt. Robert George.

16343-9-1344-1347-July ?, 1782: Second document on left. Duplicate filming. Fresh beef.

16344-9-1344-1347-July 18, 1782: Third document on right. Duplicate filming. Rations issued for Widow Asher. Names: John Crittenden.

16345-9-1344-1347-July 9, 1782: Fourth document. Duplicate filming. George Rogers Clark order to issue 2 knapsacks for 2 men of Capt. John Baley.

16346-9-1344-1347-July 29, 1782: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Reference to sword for use of the General's family.

16347-9-1348-1351-July 20, 1782: Top document. Duplicate filming. Rations issued for Widow Asher. Names: John Crittenden.

16348-9-1348-1351-July 12, 1782: Second document. Duplicate filming. Falls of Ohio. Reference to wagon. Names: Bland Ballard, George Rogers Clark.

16349-9-1348-1351-July 2, 1782: Third document. Duplicate filming. Rations issued for an artificer. Names: Major George Walls, Bland Ballard.

16350-9-1348-1351-July 23, 1782: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Reference to powder and hemp. Unable to read names.

16351-9-1352-1355-July 1, 1782: Top document. Duplicate filming. George Rogers Clark order to issue rations for 20 marines of Capt. Jacob Pyeatt at Fort Nelson.

16352-9-1352-1355-July 10, 1782: Second document. State of Virginia as debtor to Andrew Clark. Names: George Rogers Clark.

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