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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1998-2017 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 #10

BOX 643-FOLDER 163

LETTERS-AUGUST 1782

FRAMES #1- 9

6 documents filmed on 9 frames.

16353-10-1-August 26, 1782: Letter of Levi Todd to Robert Todd. Filed and printed elsewhere.

16354-10-2-August 26, 1782: Letter of Andrew Steel to Governor Harrison. Filed and printed elsewhere.

16355-10-3-August 30 , 1782: Letter of Daniel Boone to Governor Harrison. Filed and printed elsewhere.

16356-10-4-August 30, 1782: Letter of John Bowman to Governor Harrison. Filed and printed elsewhere.

16357-10-5-August 31, 1782: Letter of Benjamin Logan to Governor Harrison. filed and printed elsewhere.

16358-10-6-9-August 1782: Letter to Colonel John Todd in Kentucky. Written in French.

BOX 643-FOLDER 164

VOUCHERS-AUGUST 1782

FRAMES #10-184

172 documents filmed on 174 frames.

16359-10-11-13-August 4, 1782: Top document. Duplicate filming. George Rogers Clark certified Caesar was a negro, who belonged to the estate of James Robinson, and had been employed 55 days at Fort Nelson at Falls of Ohio.

16360-10-11-13-August 22, 1782: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Letter of J. Hay from Richmond to the Governor. Reference to papers concerning the Western Waters. Names: ? Bentley.

16361-10-14-17-August 13, 1782: Duplicate filming. Major George Walls memo concerning clothing and other items delivered by Martin Carney to Fort Nelson. Clothing had originally been sent from Richmond on April 7 and some had been damaged not due to neglect of Carney but due to no guards and bad conduct of wagoners. Items: 100 vests, 293 shirts, 150 pair of overalls, 441 shoes, 61 hats, 294 pair of stockings, ink powder, writing paper, wafers, medicine, and duck cloth. Names: George Rogers Clark.

16362-10-18-19-August 13, 1782: Zephaniah Blackford receipt for military store supplies delivered by Martin Carney at Fort Nelson. Items: cartridge paper, port of fires, belts.

16363-10-20-25-August 20, 1782: Abstract of sundry merchandize issued to troops at Fort Jefferson by Martin Carney. Items were part of cargo purchased by Capt. Robert George from Captain Philip Barbour. Items distributed to

16363-10-20-25-August 20, 1782-Continued: various persons and agencies were: sugar, taffia, steel, paper, rum case, tobacco, nails, flint, coffee, swords, brass kettles. Reference to boats. Names: Major John Williams, Indian Department, Capt. John Baley, State of Virginia, Capt. Richard Brashear, Capt. Richard Harrison, Capt. Abraham Kellar, Ensign Lawrence Slaughter, Israel Dodge, Silas Harlan, Ensign Jarret Williams, Capt. Ben-jamin Roberts, Zephaniah Blackford, Lieut. Richard Clark, Patt Kennedy, John Donne, Illinois Regiment, Capt. Leonard Helm, Lieut. Joseph Calvit, Cornet John Thruston, James Sherlock, John Walker, Buckner Pittman, John Harris, Capt. Worthington, Bland Ballard.

16364-10-26-27-August 21, 1782: Top document. Rank and file rations issued for troops of Major George Walls at Fort Nelson. Names: Capt. Robert George, Capt. John Baley, Capt. Isaac Taylor.

16365-10-26-27-August 17, 1782: Center document. James Finn at Fort Nelson received 900 pounds of fresh beef for troops from Bland Ballard.

16366-10-26-27-August 29, 1782: Bottom document. Major George Walls order for powder and lead.

16367-10-28-31-August 15, 1782: Top document. Duplicate filming. Major George Walls order at Fort Nelson to issue powder and lead to Lieut. Wil-liams.

16368-10-28-31-August 2, 1782: Second document. Duplicate filming. Major George Walls order to issue butter for company of Capt. John Baley. Names: William Whitehead.

16369-10-28-31-August 23, 1782: Third document. Duplicate filming. Andrew Steel supplied 1055 pounds of fresh beef for use of Lincoln [County] Militia. Names; Lieut. John Logan, Col. Benjamin Logan.

16370-10-28-31-August 29, 1782: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Benjamin Logan received 960 pounds of beef.

16371-10-32-35-August 5, 1782: Top document. Duplicate filming. Ra-tions issued for artificers. Names: Bland Ballard, John Crittenden.

16372-10-32-35-August ?, 1782: Second document. Rations. Names: Ma-jor George Walls, Bland Ballard.

16373-10-32-35-August 29, 1782: Third document. Powder issued. Names: Benjamin Logan, Andrew Steel.

16374-10-32-35-August 12, 1782: Bottom left document. Names: Capt. John Baley, Major George Walls.

16375-10-32-35-August 28, 1782: Bottom right document. Powder and lead. Names: Major George Walls, William Biggs.

16376-10-36-38-August 15, 1782: Top document. Duplicate filming. Fort Nelson issued rations for 16 marines of Capt. Jacob Pyeatt. Names: Major George Walls.

16377-10-36-38-August 27, 1782: Second document. Duplicate filming. Major George Walls order to issue powder and lead to Martin Carney at Fort Nelson.

16378-10-36-38-August 25, 1782: Third document. Duplicate filming. Fort Nelson issued rations for 19 marines of Capt. Jacob Pyeatt. Names: Major George Walls.

16379-10-36-38-August 22, 1782: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Salt issued. Names: Major George Walls.

16380-10-39-40-August 27, 1782: Top document. Fort Nelson issued mus-ket cartridges. Names: Capt. John Baley, Major George Walls.

16381-10-39-40-August 27, 1782: Second document. Fort Nelson issued ball cartridges. Names: Capt. John Baley, George Willson.

16382-10-39-40-August 10, 1782: Third document on left. Flour issued for express. Names: Major George Walls.

16383-10-39-40-August 19, 1782: Fourth document on right. Names: Ma-jor George Walls, Capt. John Baley.

16384-10-39-40-August 25, 1782: Bottom document. George Rogers Clark order to issue powder and lead for use of the militia.

16385-10-41-42-August 22, 1782: Top document. Names: John Moore, William Elms.

16386-10-41-42-August 22, 1782: Second document. John Moore issued 2 camp kettles to William Elms.

16387-10-41-42-August 28, 1782: Third document. Fort Nelson issued rations for 4 marines of the galley. Names: Major George Walls.

16388-10-41-42-August 27, 1782: Fourth document. Fort Nelson issued blankets to Capt. John Baley. Names: Edward Parker, William Bush.

16389-10-41-42-August ?, 1782: Bottom document. Rations for artificers. Names: Major George Walls.

16390-10-43-44-August 27, 1782: Top document. Major George Walls issued powder and lead for 10 marines of Capt. Jacob Pyeatt at Fort Nel-son.

16391-10-43-44-August 22, 1782: Second document. Fort Nelson issued writing paper to Martin Carney. Names: Major George Walls.

16392-10-43-44-August 29, 1782: Third document. Fort Nelson issued rations for 19 marines of Capt. Jacob Pyeatt. Names: Major Walls.

16393-10-43-44-August 29, 1782: Bottom document. Ration of flour, beef, and salt.

16394-10-45-49-August 5, 1782: Top document. Duplicate filming. Refer-ence to shirts, overalls, shoes, and stockings for officers at Fort Nelson. Names: George Rogers Clark, Major George Walls, Capt. Robert George, Jarret Williams, Capt. John Baley.

16395-10-45-49-August 7, 1782: Second document. Duplicate filming. George Rogers Clark order to issue paper to Zephaniah Blackford.

16396-10-45-49-August 21, 1782: Third document. Duplicate filming. Fort Nelson issued powder to James Finn.

16397-10-50-51-August 9, 1782: Top document. Reference to Major George Walls, Fort Nelson and Sergeant Page Portwood.

16398-10-50-51-August 13, 1782: Second document. Fort Nelson issued 30 blankets for use of Illinois Regiment. Names: Major George Walls, Capt. Isaac Taylor, Lieut. Abraham Chapline.

16399-10-50-51-August 10, 1782: Third document. Powder and lead issued for express. Names: Major George Walls.

16400-10-50-51-August 8, 1782: Bottom document. Fort Nelson received beef for use of troops. Names: Mr. Ballard, James Finn.

16401-10-52-55-August 13, 1782: Top document. Duplicate filming. Fort Nelson issued writing paper. Names: Capt. Jacob Pyeatt of marines, Major George Walls, Sergeant John Vaughan.

16402-10-52-55-August 1, 1782: Second document. Duplicate filming. Rations for artificers. Names: John Crittenden.

16403-10-52-55-August 8, 1782: Third document. Duplicate filming. Names: Major George Walls.

16404-10-52-55-August 27, 1782: Bottom document. Musket and bayonet belt issued. Names: Lieut. Abraham Chapline, Sergeant Page Portwood, William Elms, Joseph Ross, William Crump, John Dunvan.

16405-10-56-59-August ?, 1782: Top document. Duplicate filming. Ra-tions issued for 40 men and 7 women of Capt. John Baley.

16406-10-56-59-August ?, 1782: Second document. Duplicate filming. Flour issued. Names: John Crittenden, John Oakley.

16407-10-56-59-August 27, 1782: Third document. Duplicate filming. Flour, beef and salt issued to James Sherlock.

16408-10-56-59-August 22, 1782: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Ration of flour issued to William Biggs. Names: George Rogers Clark,

16409-10-60-61-August 21, 1782: Top document. Fort Nelson issued pow-der. Names; Capt. Jacob Pyeatt, Major George Walls, Thomas Brenton.

16410-10-60-61-July 20, 1782: Second document. Powder and lead issued for express of William Bush. Names: John Crittenden, Capt. John Baley.

16411-10-60-61-August 4, 1782: Bottom document. George Rogers Clark order to issue items to men employed to build the galley. Items: 255 pounds of nails, 288 pounds of iron, 58 horse shoes, horse chains. Names: Bland Ballard

16412-10-62-64-August 5, 1782: Top document. Duplicate filming. Major George Walls order to Fort Nelson to issue salt to Mr. Shively for use of troops at Falls of Ohio. Names: George Rogers Clark.

16413-10-62-64-August 29, 1782: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Beef, flour and salt rations issued to William Elms for use of Illinois Regi-ment.

16414-10-65-66-August 8, 1782: Top document. George Rogers Clark order to issue clothing. Items: coat, shirts, stockings, shoes. Names: Major George Walls, John Crittenden.

16415-10-65-66-August 31, 1782: Second document. Major George Walls order to issue rations of salt, flour and beef for 2 men, who came from Camp Vincent. Names: John Phelps.

16416-10-65-66-August 23, 1782: Third document. Capt. Jacob Pyeatt order to Fort Nelson for powder and port of fires for use of the artillery on the galley.

16417-10-65-66-August 13, 1782: Bottom document. George Rogers Clark certified at Fort Nelson that John Cardine had served as a French inter-preter for the garrison at Fort Patrick Henry and Fort Vincent from April 1, 1780 to August 13, 1782 and was entitled for pay.

16418-10-67-68-October 8, 1782: Top document. George Rogers Clark order to issue shirts for the officers of Capt. John Rogers troops. Names: Major George Walls, Lieut. James Merriweather.

16419-10-67-68-August 20, 1782: Second document. Rank and file rations issued for 65 men and 8 women of the Illinois Regiment commanded by Major George Walls. Names: Capt. Robert George, Capt. John Baley, Capt. Isaac Taylor, William Elms.

16420-10-67-68-August 17, 1782: Bottom document. Faded. Reference invoices for iron and Louisville. Names: Meredith Price, George Wilson.

16421-10-69-70-August 15, 1782: Top document. Fort Nelson rank and file rations for 62 men and 8 women of the Illinois Regiment commanded by Major George Walls. Names: Capt. Robert George, Capt. John Baley, Capt. Isaac Taylor, William Elms.

16422-10-69-70-August 7, 1782: Bottom document. Rank and file rations for 49 men and 6 women of the Illinois Regiment commanded by Major George Walls. Names: Capt. John Baley, Capt. Isaac Taylor, John Critten-den.

16423-10-71-74-August 7, 1782: Top document. Duplicate filming. Rank and file rations for 46 men and 6 women of the Illinois Regiment com-manded by Major George Walls. Names: Capt. John Baley, Capt. Isaac Taylor.

16424-10-71-74-August 9, 1782: Second document. Duplicate filming. Fort Nelson issued powder and lead for 2 men going on command. Names: Capt. John Baley.

16425-10-71-74-August ?, 1782: Third document. Duplicate filming. Un-able to read.

16426-10-75-78-August 1, 1782: Top document. Duplicate filming. Lieut. Abraham Chapline order for clothing for sergeants, drummers and others. Major George Walls issued 32 coats, 32 vests, 64 shirts, 64 pairs of over-alls, 32 pairs of shoes and 24 hats. Names: Capt. [Isaac] Taylor.

16427-10-75-78-August 12, 1782: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Major George Walls issued 30 blankets for use of Capt. [Isaac] Taylor company. Names: Lieut. Abraham Chapline.

16428-10-79-82-August 28, 1782: Top document. Duplicate filming. Major George Walls issued 60 pounds of grapeshot, cartridges, flints and ammu-nition box to Lieut. William Biggs.

16429-10-79-82-August 12, 1782: Second document. Duplicate filming. Fort Nelson issued ammunition of musket cartridges for the Illinois Regi-ment commanded by Major George Walls. Names: Capt. Robert George Artillery, Capt. John Baley, Capt. Isaac Taylor, William Elms.

16430-10-79-82-August 30, 1782: Third document. Duplicate filming. Fort Nelson issued powder, lead, flints and 12 musket cartridges to John Crit-tenden

16431-10-79-82-August 11, 1782: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Faded. Reference to Fort Nelson and galley. Names: Major George Walls, Capt. Jacob Pyeatt.

16432-10-83-86-August 22, 1782: Top document. Duplicate filming. Bland Ballard at Fort Nelson supplied 201 pounds of buffalo for use of the troops. Names: James Finn.

16433-10-83-86-August 28, 1782: Second document. Duplicate filming. Fort Nelson issued cartridges for use on the galley. Names: Capt. Jacob Pyeatt, Patt Mars.

16434-10-83-86-August 4, 1782: Third document. Duplicate filming. Fort Nelson issued 2 dozen of pewter buttons for use of Capt. Robert George company of Artillery. Names: John Crittenden.

16435-10-83-86-August 17, 1782: Fourth document. Duplicate filming. Rations issued for artificer. Names: Major George Walls.

16436-10-83-86-August 1, 1782: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Gun issued to Sergeant J. Moore. Names: Capt. Robert George, John Crit-tenden.

16437-10-87-89-August 4, 1782: Top document. Duplicate filming. Bland Ballard supplied 400 pounds of fresh beef for troops at Fort Nelson. Names: James Finn.

16438-10-87-89-August 15, 1782: Second document. Duplicate filming. Major George Walls order to Fort Nelson to issue a pistol and holster to Lieut. Jarret Williams.

16439-10-87-89-August 1, 1782: Third document. Duplicate filming. Rifle and gun powder issued to Jess Davis. Names: John Crittenden, Col. Floyd.

16440-10-87-89-August 11, 1782: Bottom left document. Duplicate film-ing. Double distilled whiskey issued to John Crittenden.

16441-10-87-89-August ?, 1782: Bottom right document. Duplicate film-ing. George Rogers Clark order to issue paper to Major George Walls.

16442-10-90-92-August 18, 1782: Top document. Duplicate filming. Major George Walls order to issue 2 day rations of beef and flour.

16443-10-90-92-August 7, 1782: Second document. Duplicate filming. Major George Walls issued a coat, shoes, duck cloth, shirts and stockings to John Crittenden.

16444-10-90-92-August 14, 1782: Bottom left document. Duplicate film-ing. Names: Sergeant Michael Miles.

16445-10-90-92-August 22, 1782: Bottom right document. Duplicate filming. Major George Walls order to issue rations for hunters.

16446-10-93-96-August 25, 1782: Top document. Duplicate filming. Bland Ballard supplied 400 pounds of buffalo beef. Names: James Finn, William Thomson.

16447-10-93-96-August 27, 1782: Second document. Duplicate filming. Fort Nelson issued powder and lead. Names: Major George Walls.

16448-10-93-96-August 15, 1782: Third document. Duplicate filming. Rations issued for artificers. Names: Capt. John Baley, Major George Walls, William Elms.

16449-10-93-96-August 15, 1782: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Major George Walls order to Fort Nelson to issue flour to James Sherlock.

16450-10-97-100-August 3, 1782: Top document. Duplicate filming. Ra-tions issued for artificers. Names: Bland Ballard, John Crittenden.

16451-10-97-100-August 8, 1782: Second document. Duplicate filming. Beef. Names: Lieut. Jarret Williams, George Rogers Clark, Major George Walls.

16452-10-97-100-August 3, 1782: Third document. Duplicate filming. James Finn supplied flour and beef, and salt for use of Doctor Smith. Names: John Crittenden.

16453-10-97-100-August 7, 1782: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Rations issued for Widow Aikens? Names: John Crittenden.

16454-10-101-103-August 3, 1782: Top document. Duplicate filming. Rations for artificers.

16455-10-101-103-August 8, 1782: Second document. Duplicate filming. Rations.

16456-10-101-103-No Date: Third document. Duplicate filming. No. 24. Ration of beef, flour and salt for John Crittenden.

16457-10-101-103-August 6, 1782: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Rations for the widow Aiken. Names: John Crittenden.

16458-10-104-108-August 6, 1782: Top document. Duplicate filming. Receipts for coat, shoes, duck cloth, stockings and shirts. Names: Major George Walls, Capt. Robert George, Lieut. Richard Clark.

16459-10-104-108-August 11, 1782: Second document. Duplicate filming. Major George Wall's receipt for flour and bacon from Martin Carney for trip to Falls of Ohio. Names: James Berwick.

16460-10-104-108-August ?, 1782: Third document. Duplicate filming. Clothing for company of Capt. John Baley. Items: 31 coats, 31 vests, 62 shirts, 62 overalls, 23 hats, and 31 pair of shoes.

16461-10-109-112-August 11, 1782: Top document. Duplicate filming. Inspection of flour. Names: Lieut. Abraham Chapline, Lieut. Jarret Wil-liams, Major George Walls, George Rogers Clark.

16462-10-109-112-August 14, 1782: Second document. Duplicate filming. Martin Carney issued 75 pounds of flour and 45 pounds of bacon for Lieut. Richard Clark's trip from Caroline County, Virginia to Falls of Ohio. Names: Major George Walls.

16463-10-109-112-August 31, 1782: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Blanket issued for man of Capt. John Baley company.

16464-10-113-116-August 31, 1782: Top document. Duplicate filming. Fort Nelson issued flour, beef and salt for use of Capt. Robert George.

16465-10-113-116-August 28, 1782: Second document. Duplicate filming. Salt. Major George Walls.

16466-10-113-116-July 31, 1782: Third document. Duplicate filming. Lieut. Richard Clark received flour, beef, salt and pork for use of George Rogers Clark family at Fort Nelson.

16467-10-113-116-August 9, 1782: Fourth document. Duplicate filming. Zephaniah Blackford received powder and paper to make cartridges.

16468-10-113-116-August 11, 1782: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Faded. Names: Major George Walls.

16469-10-117-118-August 12, 1782: Top document. Major George Walls at Fort Nelson issued 27 blankets for use of Capt. John Baley company.

16470-10-117-118-August 23, 1782: Second document. Powder issued for use of Lincoln [County] Militia. Names: Col. John Logan, Levi Todd.

16471-10-117-118-August 22, 1782: Third document. Fort Nelson issued camp kettles for use of Capt. Jacob Pyeatt.

16472-10-117-118-August 16, 1782: Fourth document. Falls of Ohio is-sued rations for James Sherlock. Names: Major George Walls.

16473-10-119-122-August 23, 1782: Top document. Duplicate filming. Inspection of beef in the commissary store and certification that 33 and 1/2 pounds was unfit for use at Fort Nelson. Names: Lieut. Richard Clark, Major George Walls.

16474-10-119-122-August 20, 1782: Second document. Duplicate filming. Incomplete. Col. Logan's detachment of militia. Names: Levi Todd.

16475-10-119-122-August 23, 1782: Third document. Duplicate filming. Incomplete. Names: Andrew Steele, Col. John Logan.

16476-10-119-122-August 10, 1782: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Pistol and holster issued. Names: Major George Walls.

16477-10-123-124-August 31, 1782: Top document. Falls of Ohio issued flour, beef and salt to John Crittenden.

16478-10-123-124-August 31, 1782: Second document. Fort Nelson issued flour, beef, salt to James Finn.

16479-10-123-124-August 31, 1782: Third document. Fort Nelson issued flour, beef and salt to Capt. John Baley.

16480-10-123-124-August 31, 1782: Fourth document. Fort Nelson issued flour, beef and salt to Lieut. Jarret Williams.

16481-10-123-124-August ?, 1782: Bottom document. Incomplete. Powder issued. Names: Samuel Kirhom?

16482-10-125-128-July 31, 1782: Top document. Duplicate filming. Fort Nelson issued flour, beef, and salt to Capt. Robert George.

16483-10-125-128-August 31, 1782: Second document. Duplicate filming. Fort Nelson issued flour, beef and salt to John Donne.

16484-10-125-128-August 31, 1782: Third document. Duplicate filming. Fort Nelson issued rations for Capt. Jacob Pyeatt.

16485-10-125-128-August 15, 1782: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Lead issued. Names: Ensign Wason, Levi Todd, Andrew Steele.

16486-10-129-132-August 30, 1782: Top document. Duplicate filming. Fort Nelson issued flour, beef and salt to Lieut. Abraham Chapline.

16487-10-129-132-August 26, 1782: Second document. Duplicate filming. Hide issued to make a mill

16487-10-129-132-August 26, 1782-Continued: band, which had been worn out grinding for the Lincoln [County] Militia. Names: Levi Todd, Andrew Steele

16488-10-129-132-August ?, 1782: Third document. Duplicate filming. Powder issued to Lieut. McConnell. Names: Levi Todd, Andrew Steele.

16489-10-129-132-August 8, 1782: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Falls of Ohio issued beef. Names: Bland Ballard, Major George Walls.

16490-10-133-136-August 7, 1782: Top document. Duplicate filming. Falls of Ohio issued salt for use of wagon horses. Names: James Finn, Bland Ballard, Major George Walls.

16491-10-133-136-August 14, 1782: Second document. Duplicate filming. Fort Nelson issued Powder and lead. Names: Major George Walls.

16492-10-133-136-August 19, 1782: Third document. Duplicate filming. Rations for artificers. Names: Major George Walls.

16493-10-133-136-August 20, 1782: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Names: Col. Logan, Gabriel Madison. Unable to read a name.

16494-10-137-138-August 27, 1782: Top document. Fort Nelson issued powder, lead and musket cartridges. Verso is a clothing allowance for blankets and overalls, Names: Lieut. Abraham Chapline, Major George Walls.

16495-10-137-138-August ?, 1782: Second document. Faded. Names: Capt. John Baley, Major George Walls.

16496-10-137-138-August ?, 1782: Third document. Rations for artificers.

16497-10-137-138-August 7, 1782: Bottom document. Falls of Ohio issued rations. Names: Bland Ballard, Major George Walls.

16498-10-139-142-August 8, 1782: Top document. Duplicate filming. Falls of Ohio issued flour. Names: Bland Ballard, Major George Walls.

16499-10-139-142-March 12, 1782: Second document. Duplicate filming. Bread and salt ration. Names: Capt. Richard Brashear, Capt. Robert George.

16500-10-139-142-August ?, 1782: Third document. Duplicate filming. Reference to militia. Unable to read names.

16501-10-139-142-August 31, 1782: Fourth document. Duplicate filming. Fort Nelson at Falls of Ohio issued flour, salt and beef for Capt. Jacob Pyeatt.

16502-10-139-142-August ?, 1782: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Faded. Names: ? Horn.

16503-10-143-146-August 25, 1782: Top document. Duplicate filming. Rank and file rations for troops of Major George Walls. Names: Capt. Robert George, Capt. John Baley, Capt. Isaac Taylor, William Elms.

16504-10-143-146-August 8, 1782: Second document. Duplicate filming. Unable to read.

16505-10-143-146-August 2, 1782: Third document. Duplicate filming. Beef issued to George Rogers Clark.

16506-10-143-146-August 8, 1782: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Rations issued to Capt. Jacob Pyeatt. Names: John Crittenden.

16507-10-147-150-August 11, 1782: Top document. Duplicate filming. Fort Nelson issued cartridge for galley.

16508-10-147-150-August ?, 1782: Second document. Duplicate filming. Powder and lead issued. Names: Gabriel Madison.

16509-10-147-150-August 31, 1782: Third document on left. Duplicate filming. Beef, flour and salt rations for express.

16510-10-147-150-August 28, 1782: Fourth document on right. Duplicate filming. Beef, flour and salt ration for express.

16511-10-147-150-August 14, 1782: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Powder and lead issued for express.

16512-10-151-154-August 31, 1782: Top document. Duplicate filming. Andrew Steele issued powder and lead for Lincoln [County] Militia com-manded by Col. Stephen Trigg. Names: John Logan, Samuel ?.

16513-10-151-154-August 22, 1782: Second document. Duplicate filming. Fort Nelson issued salt for marines of Capt. Jacob Pyeatt. Names: Major George Walls.

16514-10-151-154-August 31, 1782: Third document. Duplicate filming. Fort Nelson issued rations for 19 of Capt. Jacob Pyeatt company. Names: Major George Walls.

16515-10-151-154-August 16, 1782: Bottom left document. Duplicate filming. Beef. Bland Ballard.

16516-10-151-154-August 21, 1782: Bottom right document. Duplicate filming. Beef, flour and salt for James Sherlock.

16517-10-155-156-August 13, 1782: Top document. Major George Walls order to issue rations for interpreter James Sherlock.

16518-10-155-156-August 10, 1782: Second document. Major George Walls order to issue rations to Bland Ballard.

16519-10-157-160-August 19, 1782: Col. Benjamin Logan's list of ap-praisement of horses, guns etc lost at the Battle of Blue Lick. Items: pow-der horn, blankets, saddle, bridle, guns, horses, shot pouch. Forty eight entries for Lincoln [County] Militia. Names: Edward Corn, John McMurtry, estate of Thomas Farmer?, James Allen, James Ray, estate of John Gordon, Samuel Woods, William Aldridge, Josiah Wilson, John Hart, John Summers, James Herrod, Anthony Londusky, Joseph Collens, Daniel Griggs, Jarvis Green, Jacob Coffman, Elisha Buett, Elisha Allen, estate of Arch Woods, estate of William Robinson, Robert Scott, John Hinch, John Peak, Gabriel Madison, William Lamb?, estate of Joseph Lindsay, Peter Dirly, Gilbert Marshall, John Morgan, Henry Higgins, Theodore Davis, estate of John Wilson, Richard Davis, Joseph Kindkad, estate of John Ken-nedy, Thomas Acers?, James McConnel, John Tolly, Abraham Bowman, Lewis Rose, Henry French, Edward Singleton, Henry Nixon.

16520-10-161-162-August ?, 1782: Faded. Names: Page Portwood.

16521-10-163-165-August 1, 1782: Account of vouchers compiled August 1, 1782. Names: Patrick Henry, Col. John Montgomery, Capt. Barber, Capt. [Robert] George, Mr. Lindsay, William Fathain? Reference to Coun-cil Chambers.

16522-10-166-167-August 25, 1782: Faded. Voucher list of articles re-ceived at Fort Nelson by Major George Walls from Bland Ballard. Items: spades, whip saw, cooper tools, shoeing hammers, bellows, sledge hammer, screw tool, nail tool, jack screws, iron kettle, pair of steel yards, lamps, shovels, cruppers, bridles, wagon, steel, and padlocks. Reference to a barge, which had sunk.

16523-10-168-170-August 15, 1782: Cash account of expenses to conduct public stores from Richmond to Red Stone and Falls of Ohio. Names: George Rogers Clark, Michael Colier, Mary Nouls, John Brown, Samuel Rich, James McCullock, Jacob Baylor, Laurence Carver, Joseph Crable, Lieut. Richard Clark. Expenses for repairing wagon, pasture, liquor, forage, shoeing horses, oats. Reference to Allegheny Mountains.

16524-10-171-172-August 1, 1782: Bills of Capt. Barber for liquor and clothing for troops. Names: Oliver Pollock, Capt. Robert George, Jacques DeBruel?

16525-10-173-175-August 13, 1782: Abstract of public store delivered at Falls of Ohio to Major George Walls. Items: medicine, coats, vests, shirts, overalls, stockings, shoes, hats, blankets, wafers, writing paper. Reference to wagoners, Washington Meadow, Red Stone, Pittsburgh, Fort Nelson.

16526-10-176-177-August 14, 1782: Top document. Major George Walls order to Fort Nelson to issue rations for hunting.

16527-10-176-177-August 7, 1782: Second document. Zephaniah Black-ford received powder, lead and flints to pay for 30 pounds of oil for use of arms in the military store.

16528-10-176-177-August 13, 1782: Third document. Martin Carney at Fort Nelson issued 401 and 1/2 pounds of cordage brought from Richmond. Names: Major George Walls, George Rogers Clark.

16529-10-178-179-August 13, 1782: Major George Walls' receipt for pub-lic store issued by Fort Nelson. Items: 145 regimental coats, 100 vests, 293 shirts, 150 overalls, 441 pairs of shoes, 87 blankets, ink powder, wafers, writing paper, duck cloth, and medicine. Names: George Rogers Clark.

16530-10-180-182-August 13, 1782: Abstract of clothing and items issued at public stores of Richmond, Albemarle and Berkeley for use of George Rogers Clark troops. Items: medicine, coats, vests, shirts, overalls, stock-ings, shoes, hats, blankets, wafers, paper, cloth, and cordage. Names: Wil-liam Hay, Capt. Payton, Col. Swearingen, Robert Cockburn, Martin Car-ney.

16531-10-183-184-August 13, 1782: Martin Carney by order of George Rogers Clark issued two three pound brass cannons, shot, port of fires, guns, belts, and other military store items to Zephaniah Blackford at Fort Nelson.

BOX 643-FOLDER 165

LETTERS-SEPTEMBER 1782

FRAMES #185-200

9 documents filmed on 15 frames.

16532-10-186-September 1, 1782: Letter of John Donelson to Governor Harrison. Reference to Indian Chiefs message to Governor. Filed and printed elsewhere.

16533-10-187-September 11, 1782: Letter of Daniel Boone et al to Gover-nor Harrison. Filed and printed elsewhere. Document signed by Daniel Boone, Levi Todd, J. Patterson, R. Netherland, Eli Cleveland, William Henderson, William McConnall, John Craig, William McConnell.

16534-10-188-September 11, 1782: Letter of Levi Todd to Governor Harrison. Filed and printed elsewhere.

16535-10-189-September 12, 1782: Letter of Andrew Steel to the Gover-nor. Filed and printed elsewhere.

16536-10-190-September 15, 1782: Letter of David Ross to Daniel Clark. Filed elsewhere.

16537-10-191-September 18, 1782: Letters to Chiefs of Chickasaw [indi-ans]. Filed and printed elsewhere.

16538-10-192-September 20, 1782: Letter of Harry Innes to Col. William Davis. Filed and printed elsewhere.

16539-10-193-September 23, 1782: Letter of Daniel Clark to Governor Harrison. Filed and printed elsewhere.

16540-10-194-September 25, 1782: Notes of action concerning Godefroy Linctot vs Nathan. Filed and printed elsewhere.

16541-10-195-September 25, 1782: Indian Talks (Chotee Town) to Gover-nor. Filed and printed elsewhere.

16542-10-196-September 25, 1782: Letter of Daniel Clark to David Ross. Filed and printed elsewhere.

16543-10-197-198-September 6, 1782: Letter of William Shannon from Richmond to Capt. D. Clark. Reference to bills and George Rogers Clark for the year 1780.

16544-10-199-200-September 28, 1782: Capt. Robert George at Fort Nel-son and Falls of Ohio certified Capt. Philip Barbour at Fort Jefferson had received various invocies. Reference to Oliver Pollock, agent for state of Virginia, at New Orleans and Mississippi. Names: Isaac Cox, Justice of Peace for Jefferson County; John Pendleton Jr.; John Dowell.

BOX 643-FOLDER 166

VOUCHERS-SEPTEMBER 1782

FRAMES #201-307

129 documents filmed on 106 frames.

16545-10-202-203-September 4, 1782: Top document. Bill of exchange for Spanish milled dollars payable to Capt. Philip Barbour for liquor and dry goods for the troops in the Illinois Department. Certified as a true copy by magistrate Zack Bumley of Orange County. Names: Oliver Pollock, agent at New Orleans for the United States; Capt. Robert George of Fort Jeffer-son.

16546-10-202-203-August 17, 1782: Bottom document. Fort Nelson issued rations for 16 marines of Capt. Jacob Pyeatt. Names: Major George Walls.

16547-10-204-207-September ?, 1782: Faded. Receipt of Bland Ballard at Fort Nelson for purchase of meat.

16548-10-208-211-September 4, 1782: Top document. Bill of exchange for Spanish milled dollars payable to Capt. Philip Barbour for liquor nd dry goods for the troops in the Illinois Department. Certified as a true copy by magistrate Zack Bumley of Orange County. A copy by J. McDowell. Names: Oliver Pollock, agent at New Orleans for the United States; Capt. Robert George of Fort Jefferson.

16549-10-208-211-October 17, 1782: Second document. Pistol, holster, flour, beef, and salt issued. Unable to read name.

16550-10-208-211-September 30, 1782: Bottom document. Caleb Wallace received payment from Col. William Fleming for settling public amounts in the Western Department of Virginia. Names: Mr. Hay.

16551-10-212-213-September 30, 1782: Top document. Samuel McDon-nell received payment from Col. William Fleming for settling public ac-counts in the Western Department of Virginia. Names: Mr. Hay.

16552-10-212-213-November 1, 1782: Second document. T. Marshall received payment from William Henry for settling public accounts in the Western Department of Virginia.

16553-10-212-213-September 22, 1782: Bottom document. B. Price certi-fied where powder and lead had been received. Reference to lead mines, York, Prince Edward Court House, Williamsburg. Names: Harry Innes, Capt. Irish, Thomas Jones.

16554-10-214-217-September 10, 1782: Top document. Duplicate filming. George Slaughter certified Joseph Duncan served as armorer. Names: Col. Innes, Col. Nelson.

16555-10-214-217-September 24, 1782: Second document. Duplicate filming. Fort Nelson issued a rifle to gunner Jonah Smith. Names: George Rogers Clark, Major George Walls, Zephaniah Blackford.

16556-10-214-217-September ?, 1782: Bottom document. Duplicate film-ing. George Rogers Clark certified John McGar went on express in Sep-tember of 1782 from Falls of Ohio to Col. Benjamin Logan in Lincoln County.

16557-10-218-219-September 6, 1782: Top document. John Crittenden order for a bottle of rum.

16558-10-218-219-September 21, 1782: Second document. Major George Walls order for rations for James Sherlock.

16559-10-218-219-September ?, 1782: Third document. Major George Walls order for rations for artificers.

16560-10-218-219-September 21, 1782: Fourth document. Fort Nelson issued a large barge and oars to Capt. Robert George.

16561-10-218-219-September 21, 1782: Bottom document. Falls of Ohio issued flour for use of Capt. Robert George company. Names: Capt. Lewis Martin, John Crittenden.

16562-10-220-223-September 4, 1782: Top document. Duplicate filming. Fort Nelson issued rations for 19 marines of Capt. Jacob Pyeatt. Names: Major George Walls.

16563-10-220-223-September 8, 1782: Second document. Duplicate film-ing. Major George Walls order for rations for express.

16564-10-220-223-September 15, 1782: Third document. Duplicate film-ing. Andrew Steel issued powder and lead. Unable to read name.

16565-10-220-223-September 1, 1782: Fourth document. Duplicate film-ing. Flour and salt issued to John Crittenden.

16566-10-220-223-September 21, 1782: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Capt. Robert George received a bridle bit.

16567-10-224-227-September 14, 1782: Top document. Duplicate filming. Fort Nelson issued rations for a white man and 2 friendly indians. Names: Major George Walls.

16568-10-224-227-September ?, 1782: Second document. Duplicate film-ing. Moses Lunsford supplied 161 pounds of buffalo beef for use of troops at Fort Nelson. Names: James Finn.

16569-10-224-227-September 21, 1782: Third document. Duplicate film-ing. Fort Nelson issued salt for Capt. Robert George use for going to the Chickasaw Indians. Names: George Rogers Clark.

16570-10-224-227-September 4, 1782: Bottom document. Duplicate film-ing. Rations issued for marines of Capt. Jacob Pyeatt.

16571-10-228-231-September 6, 1782: Top document. Duplicate filming. George Slaughter certified John Harrison had supplied corn for use of the troops at the Falls of Ohio. Reference to Meredith Price at Fort Jefferson.

16572-10-228-231-September 28, 1782: Second document. Duplicate filming. Fort Nelson issued rations for the conductor of the military store. Names: Zephaniah Blackford, Major George Walls.

16573-10-228-231-September 28, 1782: Bottom left document. Duplicate filming. Rations issued for marines of Capt. Jacob Pyeatt. Names: Major George Walls.

16574-10-228-231-September 8, 1782: Bottom right document. Duplicate filming. Rations issued for 9 men. Names: George Rogers Clark, Major George Walls.

16575-10-232-235-September 28, 1782: Top document. Duplicate filming. Conductor of military store issued powder and lead to John Crittenden.

16576-10-232-235-September 13, 1782: Second document. Duplicate filming. Major George Walls at Falls of Ohio exchanged indian corn for 2 pairs of shoes. Names: Will Oldham.

16577-10-232-235-September 13, 1782: Third document. Duplicate film-ing. Major George Walls issued half a bushel of corn to the Indian Depart-ment for Chickasaw indians. Names: James Sherlock.

16578-10-232-235-September 21, 1782: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Fort Nelson issued rations for conductor of military store. Names: Major George Walls, Zephaniah Blackford.

16579-10-236-239-September 15, 1782: Top document. Duplicate filming. Rations issued powder for 17 marines of Capt. Jacob Pyeatt.

16580-10-236-239-September 1, 1782: Second document. Duplicate film-ing. Major George Walls issued rations for interpreter James Sherlock.

16581-10-236-239-September 15, 1782: Third document. Duplicate film-ing. Major George Walls issued 4 days rations for interpreter James Sher-lock.

16582-10-236-239-September 7, 1782: Bottom left document. Duplicate filming. An ax issued for cutting meat. Names: James Finn.

16583-10-236-239-September 10, 1782: Bottom right document. Duplicate filming. Indian corn issued to John Crittenden.

16584-10-240-243-September ?, 1782: Top left document. Ration of flour, beef and salt issued for marines of Capt. Jacob Pyeatt. Names: John Cob-bage, William Biggs, Major George Walls.

16585-10-240-243-September 20, 1782: Top right document. Duplicate filming. George Rogers Clark order to issue a pistol and holster for Capt. Robert George's trip to the Chickasaw [indian] nation. Names: Nicholas King.

16586-10-240-243-September 4, 1782: Third document. Duplicate filming. Fort Nelson issued a bayonet, belt, cartridge box and cartridges to Capt. John Baley. Names: Major George Walls, Sergeant Abraham Frazer.

16587-10-240-243-September 5, 1782: Fourth document. Duplicate film-ing. George Slaughter mentioned Joseph Duncan served as an armorer at Falls of Ohio. Additional note indicated no armorer enlisted in the line of the army but were a part of the military department. Reference to conti-nental army and warrant to be paid. Names: Col. William Davis.

16588-10-240-243-March 12, 1782: Bottom left document. Duplicate filming. Three day bread ration. Names: Capt. Richard Brashear, Capt. Robert George.

16589-10-240-243-March 15, 1782: Bottom right document. Duplicate filming. Flour issued for a man in Capt. Richard Brashear company. Names: Capt. Robert George.

16590-10-244-247-August 31, 1782: Top document. Duplicate filming. Coat, vest, 2 shirts, and 2 pair of shoes issued to a man of Capt. John Baley company.

16591-10-244-247-September 4, 1782: Second document. Duplicate film-ing. Fort Nelson issued flints for militia of Capt. Patton. Names: Major George Walls, Lieut. George Wilson.

16592-10-244-247-August 23, 1782: Third document. Duplicate filming. A bull and steer were received by Col. Benjamin Logan.

16593-10-244-247-September 8, 1782: Bottom document. Duplicate film-ing. Bland Ballard issued a small steer for use of Fort Nelson troops. Names: James Finn.

16594-10-248-249-September 3, 1782: Top document. Fort Nelson issued powder and lead for hunting. Names: Major George Walls, Josiah Smith.

16595-10-248-249-September 4, 1782: Second document. Powder issued to John Feps? for express from Fort Vincennes to Fort Nelson. Names: Major George Walls.

16596-10-248-249-September 1, 1782: Third document. Fort Nelson issued powder for militia of Capt. Patten. Names: Major George Walls.

16597-10-248-249-September 2, 1782: Fourth document. Fuse issued to Sergeant Pittman of Capt. Robert George company. Names: George Rogers Clark, Major George Walls.

16598-10-248-249-September 10, 1782: Bottom document. Major George Walls order to Fort Nelson to issue powder and lead to Capt. John Baley.

16599-10-250-251-September 30, 1782: Top document. Reference to Fort Nelson. Names: Major George Walls, Zephaniah Blackford.

16600-10-250-251-September 30, 1782: Second document. Fort Nelson issued flour, beef and salt for Lieut. Jarret Williams.

16601-10-250-251-September 16, 1782: Third document. Fort Nelson issued 25 pounds of flour to the Indian Department for use of 2 friendly Chickasaw Indians. Names: Major George Walls.

16602-10-250-251-September 24, 1782: Bottom document. Rations for hunters. Names: Major George Walls.

16603-10-252-253-September 30, 1782: Top document. Fort Nelson issued flour and beef ration for Capt. John Baley.

16604-10-252-253-September 30, 1782: Second document. Fort Nelson issued flour, beef, and salt for use of the family of George Rogers Clark. Names: Lieut. Richard Clark.

16605-10-252-253-September 10, 1782: Third document. Names: William Fleming, Philip Williams.

16606-10-254-255-September 18, 1782: Top document. Major George Walls order to issue flour for 1 white man and 2 friendly Chickasaw Indi-ans. Names: James Sherlock.

16607-10-254-255-September 23, 1782: Second document. Major George Walls at Fort Nelson order to issue 4 day ration for wife of interpreter James Sherlock.

16608-10-254-255-September 20, 1782: Third document. Fort Nelson issued rations for 5 men on command from Fort Pitt. Names: Major George Walls.

16609-10-256-257-September 30, 1782: Top document. Rank and file rations issued for troops commanded by Major George Walls. Names: Capt. Robert George, Capt. Isaac Taylor, Capt. John Baley.

16610-10-256-257-September 12, 1782: Bottom document. Rank and file rations issued for 65 men and 8 women in troops commanded by Major George Walls. Names: Capt. Robert George, Capt. John Baley, Capt. Isaac Taylor, William Elms.

16611-10-258-260-September 17, 1782: Top document. Rank and file rations issued for 65 men and 8 women in troops commanded by Major George Walls. Names: Capt. Robert George, Capt. Isaac Taylor, Capt. John Baley.

16612-10-258-260-September 7, 1782: Second document. Major George Walls order for rations for conductor of the military store. Names: Zepha-niah Blackford.

16613-10-258-260-September 18, 1782: Third document. Major George Walls order for rations for artificers.

16614-10-258-260-September 11, 1782: Bottom document. Horse belt issued to John Crittenden.

16615-10-261-264-September 10, 1782: Top document. Duplicate filming. Capt. Robert George borrowed corn from Major George Walls.

16616-10-261-264-September ?, 1782: Second document. Duplicate film-ing. Josiah Smith supplied 139 pounds of beef for use of troops at Fort Nelson. Names: James Finn.

16617-10-261-264-September 26, 1782: Third document. Duplicate film-ing. Fort Nelson issued rations for artificers. Names: Major George Walls.

16618-10-261-264-September 17, 1782: Fourth document. Duplicate film-ing. Powder and lead issued for Fayette County Militia. Names: Levi Todd.

16619-10-261-264-April 7, 1782: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Martin Carney at Falls of Ohio issued a certificate valued at $1100 for 2 muskets and a rifle. Names: William Boss?

16620-10-265-268-September 13, 1782: Top document. Duplicate filming. Fort Nelson issued corn for use of the family of George Rogers Clark. Names: Lieut. Richard Clark.

16621-10-265-268-September 9, 1782: Second document. Duplicate film-ing. Major George Walls issued rations for artificers.

16622-10-265-268-September 15, 1782: Third document. Duplicate film-ing. Major George Walls issued rations for artificers.

16623-10-265-268-September 26, 1782: Fourth document on left. Dupli-cate filming. Faded. Names: Major George Walls.

16624-10-265-268-September 25, 1782: Fifth document on right. Duplicate filming. Faded. Fort Nelson and John Crittenden.

16625-10-265-268-September 29, 1782: Sixth document. Duplicate film-ing. Rations issued for marines of Capt. Jacob Pyeatt. Names: Major George Walls.

16626-10-265-268-September 20, 1782: Bottom left document. Duplicate filming. Fort Nelson issue salt for Capt Jacob Pyeatt company. Names: Major George Walls, William Biggs.

16627-10-265-268-September 21, 1782: Bottom right document. Duplicate filming. George Rogers Clark order to issue 300 flints for use of Fayette [County] Militia. Names: Andrew Steele.

16628-10-269-271-September 13, 1782: Top document. Duplicate filming. Major George Walls issued rations for artificers.

16629-10-269-271 -September 15, 1782: Second document. Duplicate filming. Fort Nelson issued rations for 17 marines of Capt. Jacob Pyeatt. Names: Major George Walls.

16630-10-269-271-September 3, 1782: Third document. Duplicate filming. Faded. Reference to certificate for payment to John Harrison.

16631-10-269-271-September 14, 1782: Fourth document. Duplicate film-ing. Salt and flour ration issued for conductor of military store. Names: Major George Walls, Zephaniah Blackford.

16632-10-269-271-September 22, 1782: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Major George Walls order to issue rations for artificers.

16633-10-272-275-September 11, 1782: Top document. Duplicate filming. Salt issued for horses. Names: Major George Walls, J. Moore.

16634-10-272-275-September 21, 1782: Second document. Duplicate filming. Fort Nelson issued 85 pounds of flour to bake biscuits for those going to the Chickasaw Indians. Names: Major George Walls, Capt. Robert George.

16635-10-272-275-July 31, 1782: Third document. Duplicate filming. Flour, salt and beef issued to Lieut. Jarret Williams, James Finn.

16636-10-272-275-July 4, 1782: Fourth document. Duplicate filming. Rations for 15 men and 2 women of Capt. Robert George company. Names: George Rogers Clark.

16637-10-276-277-September 30, 1782: Top document. Fort Nelson issued beef, salt and flour ration for Lieut. Abraham Chapline.

16638-10-276-277-September 30, 1782: Second document. Fort Nelson issued beef, salt and flour ration for James Finn.

16639-10-276-277-September 31, 1782: Third document. Major George Walls order for rations for 5 men.

16640-10-276-277-September ?, 1782: Bottom left document. Flour, beef and salt ration for Capt. John Baley.

16641-10-276-277-September 26, 1782: Bottom right document. Fort Nelson issued rations for 7 marines of Capt. Jacob Pyeatt. Names: Major George Walls.

16642-10-278-279-September 19, 1782: Top document. Fort Nelson issued rations for men going hunting. Names: Major George Walls.

16643-10-278-279-September ?, 1782: Second document. Rations issued for James Sherlock. Names: Major George Walls.

16644-10-278-279-September 26, 1782: Third document. Powder and lead issued to Chickasaw Indians. Names: George Rogers Clark, interpreter James Sherlock.

16645-10-278-279-September 4, 1782: Bottom document. Powder issued for 13 men of Capt. James Patten militia. Names: Major George Walls.

16646-10-280-282-September 3, 1782: Top document. Duplicate filming. Fort Nelson issued powder. Names: Capt. Robert George, Matthew Jones.

16647-10-280-282-September 5, 1782: Second document. Duplicate film-ing. Fort Nelson issued flour, beef and salt to James Sherlock and Elizabeth Sherlock. Names: Major George Walls.

16648-10-280-282-September 20, 1782: Third document. Duplicate film-ing. George Rogers Clark order to issue 4 shirts to 2 Chickasaw Indians. Names: Indian interpreter James Sherlock.

16649-10-280-282-September 12, 1782: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Major George Walls order to issue flour ration to James Sherlock. Names: Willis Cooley.

16650-10-283-284-September 13, 1782: Top document. Major George Walls order to Fort Nelson to issue rations for interpreter James Sherlock.

16651-10-283-284-September ?, 1782: Second document. Incomplete. Reference to flour, beef and salt vouchers issued at Fort Nelson in septem-ber of 1782. Names: James Sherlock, Capt. Robert George, Major George Walls, Lieut. Jarret Williams, unable to read names.

16652-10-285-288-September 20, 1782: Top document. Duplicate filming. Fort Nelson issued powder and lead for Capt. Robert George's journey to the Chickasaw [Indian] Nation. Names: George Rogers Clark, James Sherlock.

16653-10-285-288-September 20, 1782: Second document. Duplicate filming. George Rogers Clark order to issue an artillery sword and belt to a Chickasaw indian.

16654-10-285-288-September 28, 1782: Third document. Duplicate film-ing. Major George Walls order to Zephaniah Blackford to issue powder and lead for voyage to Chickasaw [indians].

16655-10-285-288-September 28, 1782: Fourth document on left. Dupli-cate filming. Major George Walls order to issue powder and lead for hunt-ers.

16656-10-285-288-September 14, 1782: Fifth document on right. Duplicate filming. John Crittenden order to issue 4 gallons of corn. Names: ? Moore.

16657-10-285-288-September 13, 1782: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Major George Walls order to Fort Nelson to issue rations for 16 marines of Capt. Jacob Pyeatt.

16658-10-289-290-September 13, 1782: Top document. Major George Walls order to Fort Nelson to issue powder, lead and flints for hunters. Names: Sergeant Edward Parker.

16659-10-289-290-August 21, 1782: Second document. Major George Walls order to Fort Nelson to issue rations for 16 marines of Capt. Jacob Pyeatt.

16660-10-289-290-September 18, 1782: Bottom document. Rank and file list of rations for 67 men and 8 women in Illinois Regiment commanded by Major George Walls. Names: Capt. Robert George, Capt. Isaac Taylor, Capt. John Baley.

16661-10-291-292-September 21, 1782: Top document. Rank and file list of beef, flour and salt rations issued for 62 men and 8 women in Illinois Regiment commanded by Major George Walls. Names: Capt. Robert George, Capt. Isaac Taylor, Capt. John Baley.

16662-10-291-292-September 22, 1782: Bottom document. Rank and file list of beef, flour and salt rations issued for 61 men and 8 women in Illinois Regiment commanded by Major George Walls. Names: Capt. Robert George, Capt. Isaac Taylor, Capt. John Baley, William Elms.

16663-10-293-294-September 9, 1782: Top document. Major George Walls order to issue flints for Illinois Regiment. Names: Capt. Robert George, Capt. Isaac Taylor, Capt. John Baley, William Elms.

16664-10-293-294-September 4, 1782: Bottom document. Incomplete. Powder and lead issued for garrison at Boyans Station. Names: Levi Todd, John ?

16665-10-295-296-September 5, 1782: Top document. Rank and file list of beef, flour and salt rations issued for 50 men and 8 women in Illinois Regiment commanded by Major George Walls. Names: Capt. Robert George, Capt. Isaac Taylor, Capt. John Baley, William Elms.

16666-10-295-296-September 14, 1782: Second document. Powder and lead issued for 2 men going on command. Names: Major George Walls, John Crittenden, Sergeant Crump.

16667-10-295-296-September 21, 1782: Third document. Major George Walls order to issue powder and lead to William Bland Ballard.

16668-10-295-296-September 20, 1782: Bottom document. George Rogers Clark order to Fort Nelson to issue 8 pairs of horse shoes and nails for Capt. Robert George's journey to the Chickasaw [Indian] Nation.

16669-10-297-298-September 20, 1782: Top document. George Rogers Clark order to Fort Nelson to issue 3 bells, 1 ax, 2 Spanish tents, 1 oil cloth, and 2 camp kettles to Capt. Robert George for his journey to the Chickasaw [Indian] Nation.

16670-10-297-298-September 19, 1782: Second document. Major George Walls order to Fort Nelson to issue powder and lead for use of Capt. Jacob Pyeatt. Names: Michajah Powell.

16671-10-297-298-No Date: Bottom document. Incomplete. Unable to identify words.

16672-10-299-301-September 25, 1782: Faded. List of receipts for Illinois Regiment. Names: George Rogers Clark, Capt. Robert George artillery, Richard Harrison.

16673-10-302-307-September 17, 1782: Top document. Duplicate filming. Major George Walls order to issue 4 blank cartridges and 12 musket car-tridges for salutes for funeral of Abraham Miller. Names: Buckner Pittman.

16674-10-302-307-September 5, 1782: Second document. Duplicate film-ing. Major George Walls order to issue beef, flour and salt rations for ar-tificers. Names: William Elms.

BOX 643-FOLDER 167

LETTERS-OCTOBER 1782

FRAMES #308-321

5 documents filmed on 13 frames.

16675-10-308-310-October 12, 1782: Letter of William Davis from War Office to Col. William Preston. Letter was directed by his Excellency [Governor of Virginia] in council and concerned resolution of the Execu-tive that 300 men from the counties of Washington, Montgomery, and Botetourt counties were Document 16675-10-308-310-October 12, 1782-Continued: to be selected in proportion to their number of inhabitants and were to be subject to the ordering out a militia by George Rogers Clark should there be necessity to protect the inhabitants of the western frontier. Reference to strength of militia in the counties and that Montgomery county was to furnish 64 recruits.

16676-10-311-October 3, 1782: Letter of Arthur Campbell to Col. William Davis. Filed and printed elsewhere.

16677-10-312-October 24, 1782: Letter of John Crockett to Governor. Filed and printed elsewhere.

16678-10-313-October 24, 1782: Indian Talks. Robert George and inter-preter James Sherlock. Filed elsewhere.

16679-10-314-321-October 21, 1782: Duplicate filming. Letter of George Rogers Clark to Oliver Pollock. Reference to July 24, 1782 letter and pay-ment.

BOX 643-FOLDER 168

VOUCHERS-OCTOBER 1782

FRAMES #322-476

215 documents filmed on 154 frames.

16680-10-323-325-October 23, 1782: State of Virginia account of George Rogers Clark for flour, whiskey and salt furnished for troops at Fort Nel-son. Names: Major George Walls, James Faley.

16681-10-326-327-October 22, 1782: Impressment of Thomas Pearce's mare for use as a baggage horse for the Col. Benjamin Logan's militia on expedition against the Western Indians. Names: Capt. Samuel Kirkham, Joseph Wilson, Daniel Brown.

16682-10-328-329-October 23, 1782: William Johnston's receipt for items issued at Fort Nelson by Major George Walls for expedition. Items: 53 axes, 2 broad ax, 18 shovels, 32 spades, 10 mattocks, 3 adages, 3 augers, 1 square, 3 hammers, 1 shoeing hammer, knives, 6 caulking irons, 2 mallets, 2 pairs of pinchers, 17 ax slings, bridles, 1 horse collar, writing paper, ink powder, cordage, harness leather, horse shoes, nails, tow, 2 boats, oars, 4 horses, 3 bells, 3 camp kettles.

16683-10-330-No Date: Faded. Unable to read.

16684-10-331-332-October 21, 1782: Top document. Major George Walls order to Fort Nelson for rations for a military conductor. Names: Zephaniah Blackford.

16685-10-331-332-October ?, 1782: Second document. Flour, beef and salt ration for artificers.

16686-10-331-332-October 22, 1782: Third document. Falls of Ohio issued pistols, holsters, 19 swords, scabbard, and bells for expedition. Names: William Johnston, Capt. James Asturgus.

16687-10-331-332-October ? , 1782: Bottom left document. Capt. John Baley order for beef, salt, and flour rations for hunters.

16688-10-331-332-October ?, 1782: Bottom right document. Major George Walls order to issue beef, salt and flour rations for hunters.

16689-10-333-335-October 16, 1782: Top document. Fort Nelson issued flour for 7 men, who were working on the boats. Names: Major George Walls.

16690-10-333-335-October 24, 1782: Second document. Fort Nelson is-sued a pair of stirrups. Names: Zephaniah Blackford, Major George Walls.

16691-10-333-335-October 23, 1782: Third document on left. Faded. Nails. Names: John Floyd.

16692-10-333-335-October 22, 1782: Fourth document on right. Rations for Capt. Jacob Vanmeter. Names: Isaac Cox, James ?.

16693-10-333-335-October 28, 1782: Bottom left document. Faded. Flour ration.

16694-10-333-335-October 28, 1782: Bottom right document. Faded. Ra-tions. Names: Isaac Cox.

16695-10-336-337-October 28, 1782: Top document. Flour issued for 27 men of Capt. Richard Chinoweth. Names: Isaac Cox.

16696-10-336-337-October 31, 1782: Second document. Capt. James As-turgus order to issue flour for 19 men of his company. Names: Isaac Cox.

16697-10-336-337-October ?, 1782: Third document. Faded. Unable to read.

16698-10-336-337-October 24, 1782: Bottom document. Militia company of Capt. John Vantreese was issued 36 pounds of flour. Names: Isaac Cox.

16699-10-338-341-October 26, 1782: Top document. Duplicate filming. Rations issued for Capt. Davis company. Names: Isaac Cox and 1 unable to read.

16700-10-338-341-No Date: Second document. Duplicate filming. Incom-plete. Reference to several horses, which had been purchased by Major George Walls.

16701-10-338-341-October 13, 1782: Third document. Duplicate filming. Capt. John Baley order to issue rations for 19 marines of Capt. Jacob Pyeatt company.

16702-10-338-341-October 22, 1782: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Paper issued to William Johnston.

16703-10-342-343-October 28, 1782: Top document. Rations issued for mess of Isaac Cox.

16704-10-342-343-October 27, 1782: Second document. Fort Nelson is-sued rations for company of Capt. Jacob Pyeatt.

16705-10-342-343-October 8, 1782: Third document. Fort Nelson issued rations for 3 marines. Names: Capt. John Baley.

16706-10-342-343-October 9, 1782: Fourth document. Fort Nelson issued rations for marines of Capt. Jacob Pyeatt. Names: Capt. John Baley.

16707-10-342-343-October 9, 1782: Bottom document. Capt. John Baley order to issue salt, beef and flour ration for 4 days for Mrs. Sherlock, wife of interpreter James Sherlock.

16708-10-344-345-October 28, 1782: Top document. Flour issued. Names: Isaac Cox, Aquilla Whitaker.

16709-10-344-345-October 22, 1782: Second document on left. Fort Nel-son exchanged 24 pound of flour for butter. Names: Major George Walls.

16710-10-344-345-October 29, 1782: Third document on right. Capt. John Baley order to issue 3 day rations for Mrs. Sherlock, wife of interpreter James Sherlock.

16711-10-344-345-October 31, 1782: Bottom document. Rations issued for 28 men of Capt. Charles Polk. Names: Isaac Cox.

16712-10-346-348-October 23, 1782: Top document. Duplicate filming. Major George Walls order to Zephaniah Blackford at Fort Nelson to issue powder and flints to Capt. Sullivan, who was going on expedition.

16713-10-346-348-October 28, 1782: Second document. Duplicate filming. Rations. Names: John Floyd.

16714-10-346-348-October 14, 1782: Third document. Duplicate filming. Rations issued for marines of Capt. Jacob Pyeatt. Names: Major George Walls.

16715-10-346-348-October 1, 1782: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Lieut. Richard Clark order to Fort Nelson to issue a shot pouch and powder horn for a man in Capt. John Baley company. Names: Zephaniah Black-ford.

16716-10-349-350-October 1, 1782: Top document. Major George Walls received powder and flints from military store.

16717-10-349-350-October 1, 1782: Second document. George Rogers Clark order to Fort Nelson to issue pistol and holster for conductor of mili-tary stores, who was going to the upper country.

16718-10-349-350-October 24, 1782: Bottom document. Fort Nelson issue 45 camp kettles for use of militia detachment of Col. Floyd, who was going on expedition. Names: Isaac Cox.

16719-10-351-352-October 4, 1782: Top document. Rank and file ration list for 67 men and 8 women of the Illinois Regiment commanded by Major George Walls. Names: Capt. Robert George, Capt. Isaac Taylor, Capt. John Baley, William Elms.

16720-10-351-352-October 23, 1782: Bottom document. Major George Walls and John Wilson? received 74,854 pounds of flour from George Rogers Clark for use of troops at Fort Nelson.

16721-10-353-354-October ?, 1782: Top document. Faded. Flour, beef and salt rations for Illinois Regiment. Names: Capt. John Baley.

16722-10-353-354-October 31, 1782: Center document. Powder and lead issued to Ensign James McDaniel. Names: Isaac Cox, John Floyd.

16723-10-353-354-October ?, 1782: Bottom document. Faded. Beef, flour and salt ration. Names: Capt. John Baley, Zephaniah Blackford.

16724-10-355-357-October 23, 1782: Top document. Duplicate filming. Falls of Ohio issued cartridge boxes. Names: Isaac Cox, Thomas McCarty, Jacob Vanmeter.

16725-10-355-357-October ?, 1782: Second document. Duplicate filming. Faded. Beef, flour and salt ration. Names: Zephaniah Blackford, Capt. John Baley.

16726-10-355-357-October ?, 1782: Third document. Duplicate filming. Faded. Unable to read.

16727-10-355-357-October 7, 1782: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Rations issued for conductor of military store. Names: Major George Walls, Zephaniah Blackford.

16728-10-358-359-October 9, 1782: Top document. Capt. John Baley order to issue rations for artificers.

16729-10-358-359-October ?, 1782: Second document. Capt. John Baley order to issue rations for artificers.

16730-10-358-359-October 28, 1782: Third document. Rations for 34 men of Capt. John Vertreese militia company. Names: Isaac Cox, Mr. Wilson.

16731-10-358-359-October 11, 1782: Bottom document. Rations for artifi-cers. Names: Major George Walls.

16732-10-360-361-October 16, 1782: Top document. Rank and file ration list for 48 men and 7 women of Illinois Regiment commanded by Major George Walls. Names: Capt.

16732-10-360-361-October 16, 1782-Continued: Robert George, Capt. Isaac Taylor, Capt. John Baley, William Elms.

16733-10-360-361-October ?, 1782: Second document. Faded. Names: Capt. John Baley.

16734-10-360-361-October 20, 1782: Bottom document. Major George Walls order to issue 8 day rations for Mrs. Sherlock, wife of interpreter James Sherlock.

16735-10-362-365-October 21, 1782: Top document. Duplicate filming. Pay roll of horses in Capt. Aquilla Whitaker's company of Jefferson County militia for expedition against enemy from October 21, 1782 to November 25, 1782. Names: James Stewart, Jacob Barrackman, James Stephenson, Margaret Spangler, Robert Gillmore, John Floyd.

16736-10-362-365-October 20, 1782: Second document. Duplicate filming. Eighty gun flints issued for Fayette County militia on expedition against indians. Lieut. Daniel Boon.

16737-10-362-365-October 2, 1782: Third document. Duplicate filming. Andrew Steele issued 45 pounds of tallow for use of the wounded at Blue Lick. Names: Lieut. Daniel Boon, Lincoln County militia.

16738-10-362-365-October 20, 1782: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Major George Walls order to issue rations.

16739-10-366-367-October 5, 1782: Top document. Sergeant Israel Dodge certified at Falls of Ohio that Capt. Mark Thomas of Col. George Slaughter corps did not receive clothing allowance.

16740-10-366-367-October 12, 1782: Second document. Major George Walls order for rations for 5 marines of Capt. Jacob Pyeatt.

16741-10-366-367-October 19, 1782: Bottom document. Major George Walls order at Fort Nelson to issue 10 pounds of flour for an express going to Harrodsburg.

16742-10-368-370-October 3, 1782: Top document. Duplicate filming. Fort Nelson issued salt for wagon horses. Names: J. Moore, Capt. John Baley.

16743-10-368-370-October 31, 1782: Second document. Duplicate filming. Fort Nelson issued beef, flour and salt ration for Lieut. Abraham Chapline.

16744-10-368-370-October 10, 1782: Third document. Duplicate filming. James Finn at Fort Nelson issued 10 pounds of flour for George Rogers Clark to use on expedition.

16745-10-368-370-October 3, 1782: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Auditor's office voucher dated February 17, 1782 for payment of 843 pounds currency to Absalom Miller for flour furnished for the militia of the Illinois Department.

16746-10-371-372-October 22, 1782: Top left document. Falls of Ohio issued paper for battalion of Col. Isaac Cox. Names: John Floyd, William Johnston, Thomas McCarty.

16747-10-371-372-October 25, 1782: Top right document. Capt. John Baley order to issue beef, flour and salt rations for 8 days for Mrs. Sher-lock, wife of interpreter James Sherlock, who was on command.

16748-10-371-372-October 8, 1782: Third document. Capt. John Baley order at Fort Nelson to issue 2 day rations for marines of Capt. [Jacob] Pyeatt.

16749-10-371-372-October 1, 1782: Bottom document. George Rogers Clark order to issue 10 day ration of flour and salt for 4 militia from Pitts-burgh, Penn.

16750-10-373-376-October 19, 1782: Top document. Duplicate filming. Capt. John Baley order to issue 3 blankets for his company.

16751-10-373-376-October 4, 1782: Second document. Duplicate filming. Fort Nelson issued rations for marines of Capt. Jacob Pyeatt. Names: Capt. John Baley.

16752-10-373-376-October ?, 1782: Third document. Duplicate filming. Major George Walls order to issue rations for marines of Capt. Jacob Pyeatt.

16753-10-373-376-October 31, 1782: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Incomplete. Reference to leather. Names: Ensign McDaniel, Isaac Cox, unable to read a name.

16754-10-377-378-October 25, 1782: Top document. Capt. John Baley order to issue beef, flour, and salt rations to ? George. Names: Major George Walls.

16755-10-377-378-October 24, 1782: Second document. Fort Nelson is-sued 12 rations for use of the family of George Rogers Clark. Names: Lieut. Abraham Chapline, Capt. John Baley.

16756-10-377-378-October 1, 1782: Third document. Major George Walls order to issue beef, salt and flour ration to Mrs. Sherlock, wife of inter-preter James Sherlock.

16757-10-377-378-October 3, 1782: Fourth document. Fort Nelson issued powder and lead for use of Capt. Jacob Pyeatt. Names: Capt. John Baley.

16758-10-377-378-October 21, 1782: Bottom document. Faded. Fort Nel-son issued rations for mess for officers. Unable to read name.

16759-10-379-380-October 10, 1782: Top document. Capt. John Baley order to issue an ax for Major Williams to use on his voyage to Illinois.

16760-10-379-380-October 11, 1782: Second document. Capt. John Baley order to Fort Nelson to issue an ax to Lieut. [Abraham] Chapline.

16761-10-379-380-October 12, 1782: Third document. Capt. John Baley order to Fort Nelson to issue powder and lead for hunting.

16762-10-379-380-October 22, 1782: Bottom document. Major George Walls order at Fort Nelson to deliver 23000 pounds of flour and 10 bushels of salt to George Wilson for present expedition.

16763-10-381-382-October 18, 1782: Top document. Harrison Randolph of the Auditor's Office wrote memo concerning account of Col. John Todd.

16764-10-381-382-October 22, 1782: Bottom document. Receipt of George Wilson from James Finn for 39906 pounds of flour and 10 bushels of salt for use for present campaign.

16765-10-383-386-October 17, 1782: Top document. Duplicate filming. Major George Walls at Fort Nelson appointed Capt. John Baley and Lieut. Abraham Chapline to inspect 4 barges to determine usefulness. Recom-mended to burn barges and save nails.

16766-10-383-386-October 21, 1782: Second document. Duplicate filming. Falls of Ohio issued 7 day rations for 17 men of Capt. James Asturgus militia. Names: John

16766-10-383-386-October 21, 1782-Continued: Floyd. Verso with Octo-ber 21, 1782 indicated Robert Davis of Capt. [Isaac] Taylor company was discharged.

16767-10-383-386-October 21, 1782: Third document. Duplicate filming. Rations issued 7 days for 46 men of Capt. Charles Polk company. Names: Isaac Cox.

16768-10-387-390-October 22, 1782: Top document. Duplicate filming. Seven camp kettles issued for use of Capt. Asturgus?'s company of Light Horse for present expedition. Names: Isaac Cox, Capt. John Logan.

16769-10-387-390-October ? , 1782: Second document. Duplicate filming. Faded. Names: Capt. John Baley.

16770-10-387-390-October 19, 1782: Third document. Duplicate filming. Lieut. Abraham Chapline received a blanket from Major George Walls for use of Capt. [Isaac] Taylor company.

16771-10-387-390-October 28, 1782: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Rations issued for a captain and 26 men. Names: Capt. James Rogers, Isaac Cox.

16772-10-391-393-October ?, 1782: Top document. Duplicate filming. Rations issued for Capt. Jacob Pyeatt.

16773-10-391-393-October 1, 1782: Second document. Duplicate filming. Fort Nelson issued knapsacks to Capt. John Baley.

16774-10-391-393-October 28, 1782: Third document. Duplicate filming. Lieut. Abraham Chapline order to Fort Nelson for 4 pair of horse shoes and nails for shoeing his horses.

16775-10-391-393-October 25, 1782: Fourth document. Faded. Duplicate filming. Names: Capt. John Baley

16776-10-391-393-October 24, 1782: Bottom left document. Duplicate filming. Capt. John Baley order at Fort Nelson to issue paper to James Finn.

16777-10-391-393-October 23, 1782: Bottom right document. Duplicate filming. Francis Nash at Falls of Ohio received a gun/rifle from William Johnston for use on expedition.

16778-10-394-395-Oct. 23, 1782: Top document. Major George Walls order to Fort Nelson to deliver 16906 pounds of flour to George Wilson for use on expedition.

16779-10-394-395-October ?, 1782: Second document. Rank and file ra-tion list for Illinois Regiment commanded by Major George Walls. Names: Capt. Robert George, Capt. Isaac Taylor, Capt. John Baley.

16780-10-394-395-October ?, 1782: Bottom document. Rank and file ra-tion list for 58 men and 8 women of the Illinois Regiment commanded by Major George Walls. Names: Capt. Robert George, Capt. Isaac Taylor, Capt. John Baley.

16781-10-396-399-October 24, 1782: Top document. Duplicate filming. Faded. Abstract of 21 vouchers for rations issued at Fort Nelson in October of 1782. Names: Capt. John Baley, Capt. Robert George, Lieut. Clark, Mr. Wilson, Zephaniah Blackford, Mrs. Sherlock, Capt. Jacob Pyeatt, Lieut. Abraham Chapline. Unable to read some names.

16782-10-396-399-October 7, 1782: Second document. Duplicate filming. Faded. Fort Nelson. Names: Capt. John Baley.

16783-10-396-399-October ?, 1782: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Faded. Names: Capt. Jacob Pyeatt, Capt. John Baley.

16784-10-400-402-October 3, 1782: Top document. Duplicate filming. Capt. John Baley order to Fort Nelson for flints, powder and lead.

16785-10-400-402-October 3, 1782: Second document. Duplicate filming. Fort Nelson issued powder and lead. Names: Capt. John Baley, William Biggs.

16786-10-400-402-October 3, 1782: Third document. Duplicate filming. Belts issued for use of drum. Names: Major B. Loving. Capt. John Baley.

16787-10-400-402-October 21, 1782: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Falls of Ohio issued 7 day rations for 29 men of Capt. Richard Chinoweth. Names: John Floyd.

16788-10-403-404-October 8, 1782: Top document. Capt. John Baley order to Fort Nelson to issue 1 day ration for 3 men of Illinois Regiment.

16789-10-403-404-October 1, 1782: Second document. Fort Nelson issued powder and flints. Names: Zephaniah Blackford, Lieut. Jarret Williams, Major George Walls.

16790-10-403-404-October 11, 1782: Third document. John Floyd received a horse in full payment for 50 bushels of corn furnished for use of garrison. Names: Lieut. Richard Clark, Major George Walls.

16791-10-403-404-October 11, 1782: Bottom left document. Major George Walls order to issue 3 day rations for 3 men.

16792-10-403-404-October 30, 1782: Bottom right document. Rations issued for man in Capt. Pottinger company.

16793-10-405-408-October 10, 1782: Top document. Duplicate filming. Faded. Powder and lead issued to Lieut. Richard Clark.

16794-10-405-408-October 28, 1782: Second document. Duplicate filming. Rations issued for 27 men of Capt. Richard Chinoweth. Names: Isaac Cox

16795-10-405-408-October 21, 1782: Third document. Duplicate filming. Rations issued for men of Capt. James Asturgus. Names: John Floyd.

16796-10-405-408-October 23, 1782: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Lieut. Richard Clark order to issue 29 pounds of beef and 1 quart of salt for family of George Rogers Clark.

16797-10-409-410-October 4, 1782: Top left document. Capt. John Baley order to issue rations for 2 men.

16798-10-409-410-October 31, 1782: Top right document. Rations issued for 24 men of Capt. Samy Samich. Names: Isaac Cox.

16799-10-409-410-October 9, 1782: Third document on left. Fort Nelson issued a barge and 5 oars for John Williams' journey to Illinois. Names: Major George Walls.

16800-10-409-410-October 21, 1782: Fourth document on right. Flour and salt ration. Names: Isaac Cox.

16801-10-409-410-October 23, 1782: Fifth document. Capt. Davis com-pany issued 96 pounds of flour. Names: Samuel McDaniel, Isaac Cox.

16802-10-409-410-October 13, 1782: Bottom document. Lieut. Richard Clark order to issue 50 pounds of flour, 30 pounds of beef and a quart of salt for use of the family of George Rogers Clark.

16803-10-411-412-October 20, 1782: Top document. Lieut. Richard Clark order to issue 100 pounds of flour and 50 pounds of beef for use of the family of George Rogers Clark.

16804-10-411-412-October 1, 1782: Second document. Major George Walls order to Fort Nelson to issue rations for 14 marines of Capt. Jacob Pyeatt.

16805-10-411-412-October 8, 1782: Third document. Lieut. Richard Clark order to issue 100 pounds of flour for use of the family of George Rogers Clark.

16806-10-411-412-October 1, 1782: Fourth document. Flour issued for use of Lieut. Richard Clark.

16807-10-411-412-October 5, 1782: Bottom document. Lieut. Richard Clark order to Fort Nelson to issue 30 pounds of flour and a quart of salt for use of the family of George Rogers Clark.

16808-10-413-414-October 23, 1782: Top document. Powder, lead and flints issued for use of Capt. McConnell's company of Fayette County Militia. Names: Andrew Steele, Levi Todd.

16809-10-413-414-October 8, 1782: Second document. Lieut. Richard Clark order to issue 30 pounds of beef for use of the family of George Rogers Clark.

16810-10-413-414-October 4, 1782: Third document. Lieut. Richard Clark order to Fort Nelson to issue 30 pounds of beef for use of the family of George Rogers Clark.

16811-10-413-414-October 10, 1782: Fourth document. Fort Nelson issued meat ration for Capt. Robert George. Names: Capt. John Baley, James Finn.

16812-10-413-414-October ?, 1782: Bottom document. Unable to read.

16813-10-415-418-October ?, 1782: Top document. Duplicate filming. Faded. Salt and flour ration for James Sherlock. Names: Capt. John Baley.

16814-10-415-418-October 20, 1782: Second document. Major George Walls order to Fort Nelson to issue 12 pounds of beef to Mrs. [Robert] George, whose husband was on command.

16815-10-415-418-October 23, 1782: Third document. Lieut. Abraham Chapline order to issue 12 rations and salt for use of the family of George Rogers Clark. Names: Capt. John Baley.

16816-10-415-418-October ?, 1782: Fourth document. Lieut. Richard Clark order to issue 208 pounds of flour and a quart of salt for use of George Rogers Clark on expedition.

16817-10-415-418-October 24, 1782: Bottom document. Andrew Steele issued 242 pounds of beef to William McConnell's militia on command in an expedition against the indians. Names: George Rogers Clark.

16818-10-419-422-October 26, 1782: Top document. Duplicate filming. Faded. Flour ration. Names: Isaac Cox.

16819-10-419-422-October 17, 1782: Second document. Duplicate filming. Faded. Beef, flour and salt ration. Names: Major George Walls.

16820-10-419-422-October 26, 1782: Third document. Duplicate filming. Salt and flour ration. Names: John Floyd.

16821-10-419-422-October 22, 1782: Fourth document on left. Duplicate filming. Fort Nelson issued 20 pounds of flour to Doctor Smith, who was going on expedition. Names: John Floyd.

16822-10-419-422-October 9, 1782: Fifth document on right. Duplicate filming. Flour and salt ration issued for artificers.

16823-10-419-422-October ?, 1782: Bottom document. Wafers issued for George Rogers Clark. Names: Lieut. Richard Clark, Major George Walls.

16824-10-423-424-October ?, 1782: Top document. Faded. Beef issued to Capt. [Isaac] Taylor. Names: Capt. John Baley.

16825-10-423-424-October 26, 1782: Second document. Falls of Ohio issued 7 day mess rations for 4 officers and 2 waiters. Names: Isaac Cox.

16826-10-423-424-October ?, 1782: Third document on left. Faded. Flour.

16827-10-423-424-October 21, 1782: Fourth document on right. Faded. Flour and salt rations. Names: Isaac Cox, Samuel Pottinger.

16828-10-423-424-October 10, 1782: Bottom left document. Fort Nelson issued ration for 4 men. Names: Capt. Jacob Pyeatt, Capt. John Baley.

16829-10-423-424-October 28, 1782: Bottom right document. Rations issued for 2 men of Capt. James Samuels. Names: Isaac Cox.

16830-10-425-426-October 23, 1782: Top document. Fort Nelson at Falls of Ohio issued flour ration for 77 men. Names: Capt. James Rogers, Isaac Cox.

16831-10-425-426-October ?, 1782: Second document. Faded. Flour issued to Capt. Floyd. Names: Capt. Jacob Pyeatt.

16832-10-425-426-October 15, 1782: Third document. Fort Nelson issued 2 day rations for 7 men employed at the boat. Unable to read names.

16833-10-425-426-October ?, 1782: Fourth document. Faded. Names: Major George Walls.

16834-10-425-426-October 17, 1782: Bottom document. Major George Walls order to issue 28 pounds of flour for 7 men working at the boat.

16835-10-427-430-October 1, 1782: Top document. Duplicate filming. Faded. Flour and salt rations for artificers. Names: Major George Walls.

16836-10-427-430-October 24, 1782: Second document. Duplicate filming. Andrew Steele issued 28 pounds of meat for use of Capt. William McCon-nell's company on expedition against the indians.

16837-10-427-430-October 21, 1782: Third document. Duplicate filming. Faded. Names: Isaac Cox, Capt. Jacob Pyeatt.

16838-10-427-430-October 27, 1782: Fourth document. Duplicate filming. Faded. Flour ration issued for 26 men. Names: Hance Hamilton, Isaac Cox.

16839-10-427-430-October 20, 1782: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Jacob Bayley certified Nicholas Valentine King of the Virginia militia was taken prisoner on the Ohio on September 14, 1781 and escaped September 29, 1782. He was commended to all friends and to the United States of America and was sent home. Reference to Lincoln [County] Militia and Jefferson county.

16840-10-431-433-October 1, 1782: Top document. Duplicate filming. Pair of horse shoes and nails issued for horse of John Crittenden. Names: George Poff.

16841-10-431-433-October 21, 1782: Second document. Duplicate filming. Flour and salt issued. Names: Sergeant Abraham Hornbeck.

16842-10-431-433-October 18, 1782: Third document. Duplicate filming. Reference to flour. Tar used to caulk boat for expedition. Names: James Asturgus, B. Moore, Major George Walls.

16843-10-434-435-October 18, 1782: Top document. Flour issued for tar and hemp used to caulk boats. Names: James Asturgus, J. Moor, Major George Walls, Mr. Harrisburg.

16844-10-434-435-October 10, 1782: Second document. Capt. John Baley order to issue powder for marines of Capt. Jacob Pyeatt.

16845-10-434-435-October 16, 1782: Third document. Fort Nelson issued 32 pairs of stockings and shoes for 32 men of Capt. Isaac Taylor. Names: Lieut. Abraham Chapline.

16846-10-434-435-October 2, 1782: Bottom document. Faded. Reference to marines of Capt. Jacob Pyeatt. Names: Capt. John Baley.

16847-10-436-439-October 31, 1782: Top document. Duplicate filming. Ration issued for Capt. Isaac Taylor and 10 men. Names: Isaac Cox.

16848-10-436-439-October 28, 1782: Second document on left. Duplicate filming. Rations issued for 28 men of Capt. James Pottinger. Names: Isaac Cox.

16849-10-436-439-October 26, 1782: Third document on right. Duplicate filming. Powder and lead issued for Capt. William McConnell. Names: Levi Todd.

16850-10-436-439-October 15, 1782: Fourth document. Duplicate filming. Fort Nelson issued 33 pairs of shoes and stockings for Capt. John Baley.

16851-10-436-439-October 11, 1782: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Fort Nelson issued powder and lead to William Bush. Names: Capt. John Baley.

16852-10-440-443-October 23, 1782: Top document. Duplicate filming. Powder and lead issued to William McConnell of Lexington to supply his company for intended expedition. Names: Andrew Steele, Levi Todd, Fayette [County] Militia.

16853-10-440-443-October ?, 1782: Second document. Duplicate filming. Faded. Names: Capt. John Baley.

16854-10-440-443-October 25, 1782: Third document. Duplicate filming. Levi Todd order to Andrew Steele to issue lead and powder to Capt. Wil-liam McConnell of Fayette [County] Militia.

16855-10-440-443-October 22, 1782: Fourth document. Duplicate filming. Faded. Names: Major George Walls, George Wilson.

16856-10-440-443-October 28, 1782: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Faded. Flour and salt ration.

16857-10-444-447-October 22, 1782: Top document. Duplicate filming. Horse of Stephen Fisher was impressed by Capt. Samuel Kirkham for use of Col. Benjamin Logan's expedition against Western Indians. Stephen Fisher also sold 388 pounds of beef. Names: George Rogers Clark, Joseph Wilson, Daniel Brown.

16858-10-444-447-October 22, 1782: Second document. Duplicate filming. Impressment of 2 steers owned by Joseph Early for use of Col. Benjamin Logan's militia expedition against Western Indians. Names: George Rogers Clark, Joseph Wilson, Daniel Brown, Capt. Samuel Kirkham.

16859-10-444-447-October 3, 1782: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Faded. Powder, lead and flints. Reference to camp at mouth of Licking River. Names: Col. Gess, Capt. Thomas McCarty.

16860-10-448-451-October 9, 1782: Top document. Duplicate filming. Capt. John Baley order to Fort Nelson to issue powder and lead for use of Lieut. Abraham Chapline.

16861-10-448-451-October 22, 1782: Second document. Duplicate filming. Fort Nelson issued 26 musket cartridges for men of Capt. John Baley. Names: Lieut. Richard Clark, Major George Walls.

16862-10-448-451-October 30, 1782: Third document. Duplicate filming. Rations issued for 19 men of Capt. James Asturgus at camp at mouth of Licking Creek. Names: Sergeant John Burk, William Johnston.

16863-10-448-451-October 8, 1782: Fourth document. Duplicate filming. Fort Nelson issued paper to James Finn.

16864-10-448-451-October 1, 1782: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Lieut. Abraham Chapline order to issue paper for Capt. Isaac Taylor com-pany.

16865-10-452-455-October 1, 1782: Top document. Duplicate filming. Lieut. Richard Clark order to issue cartridges to William Whitehead.

16866-10-452-455-October 4, 1782: Second document. Duplicate filming. Powder and lead issued for men going on command. Names: Major George Walls, Lieut. Jarret Williams.

16867-10-452-455-October 31, 1782: Third document. Duplicate filming. Fort Nelson issued rations. Names: James Finn.

16868-10-452-455-October 13, 1782: Bottom left document. Duplicate filming. Faded. Shirts. Names: Lieut. Perault.

16869-10-452-455-October 31, 1782: Bottom right document. Duplicate filming. Faded. Reference to flints and cartridges. Unable to read names.

16870-10-456-459-October 25, 1782: Top document. Duplicate filming. Capt. John Baley order to issue rations for Sergeant Moore of Capt. Robert George company.

16871-10-456-459-October 22, 1782: Second document. Fort Nelson is-sued beef and salt for mess of Major George Walls.

16872-10-456-459-October 31, 1782: Third document. Duplicate filming. Capt. John Vertreese order to issue gun/rifle to soldier Andrew Reed. Names: William Johnson, Isaac Cox.

16873-10-456-459-October 13, 1782: Fourth document. Duplicate filming. Faded. Incomplete. Unable to read names.

16874-10-460-463-October 31, 1782: Top left document. Duplicate film-ing. Major George Walls at camp at mouth of Licking Creek order to issue bayonet ot John Sullivan.

16875-10-460-463-October 23, 1782: Top right document. Duplicate film-ing. Rations issued for man in Capt. Hinds company. Names: Isaac Cox, unable to read a name.

16876-10-460-463-October 21, 1782: Third document. Duplicate filming. Falls of Ohio issued rations for 50 men of Capt. John Sullivan. Names: Isaac Cox.

16877-10-460-463-October 4, 1782: Fourth document. Duplicate filming. Lieut. Abraham Chapline order to issue a knapsack.

16878-10-460-463-October 1, 1782: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Fort Nelson issued paper to John Crittenden. Names: Major George Walls.

16879-10-464-465-October 4, 1782: Top document. Capt. John Baley order to issue camp kettle to John Lemon.

16880-10-464-465-October 4, 1782: Second document. Capt. John Baley order to issue camp kettle to Doctor Christopher Kiene.

16881-10-464-465-October 5, 1782: Third document. Faded. Rank and file ration list of flour and salt. Names: William Elms, Capt. John Baley, unable to read names.

16882-10-466-467-October ?, 1782: Top document. Faded. Beef and flour rations for Illinois Regiment. Names: Capt. John Baley.

16883-10-466-467-October ?, 1782: Bottom document. Rank and file ra-tion list for Illinois Regiment of Major George Walls. Names: Capt. Robert George, Capt. Isaac Taylor, Capt. John Baley.

16884-10-468-469-October 1, 1782: Top document. Paper issued for con-ductor of military store. Names: Zephaniah Blackford.

16885-10-468-469-October 31, 1782: Second document. Cartridges, flints, paper and ax issued at camp at Licking. Names: John Floyd, William Johnston.

16886-10-468-469-October 23, 1782: Third document. Troops at Fort Nelson. Names: Louis Martin.

16887-10-468-469-October 23, 1782: Bottom document. Muskets, car-tridge boxes and rifles issued. Names: William Johnston, John Edgecom.

16888-10-470-471-October 31, 1782: Top document. Fort Nelson issued flour and beef. Names: Capt. John Baley.

16889-10-470-471-September 7, 1782: Second document. Fort Nelson issued paper. Names: Major George Walls, John Crittenden.

16890-10-470-471-October 1, 1782: Bottom document. Powder issued to Sergeant Pritchard in exchange for skins. Names: John Crittenden, Zepha-niah Blackford, George Rogers Clark.

16891-10-472-474-October 23, 1782: Top document. George Rogers Clark order to deliver salt to Capt. Gabriel Madison. Names: James Finn, John Smith.

16892-10-472-474-October 20, 1782: Second document. Rations issued for 27 men. Names: Isaac Cox.

16893-10-472-474-October 21, 1782: Bottom document. Powder issued to hunter James Hellebrand. Names: Lieut. Abraham Chapline, Capt. John Baley.

16892-10-475-476-October 28, 1782: Top document. Ammunition issued. Names: Isaac Cox, John Edgecomb.

16893-10-475-476-October 1, 1782: Second document. George Rogers Clark order to issue powder for 4 militia men from Pittsburgh, Penn.

16894-10-475-476-October ?, 1782: Third document. Flour, beef and salt. Names: Zephaniah Blackford.

16895-10-475-476-October ?, 1782: Bottom document. Capt. John Baley order for rations for artificers.

BOX 644-FOLDER 169

LETTERS NOVEMBER 1782

FRAMES #477-478

1 document filmed on 2 frames.

16896-10-478-November 29, 1782: Letter of John Crittenden to Col. Wil-liam Davis. Letter of Oliver Pollock to Governor Harrison. Filed and printed elsewhere.

BOX 644-FOLDER 170

ACCOUNTS NOVEMBER 1782

FRAMES #479-519

16 documents filmed on 40 frames.

16897-10-480-481-November 8, 1782: Rank and file ration list for 37 men and 6 women of Illinois Regiment commanded by Capt. John Baley.

16898-10-482-483-November 12, 1782: Top document. Rank and file ration list for 35 men and 6 women in Illinois Regiment commanded by Capt. John Baley. Names: Capt. Robert George, Capt. Isaac Taylor.

16899-10-482-483-November 25, 1782: Bottom document. Rank and file ration list for 52 men and 6 women in the Illinois Regiment commanded by Major George Walls. Names: Capt. Robert George, Capt. Isaac Taylor, Capt. John Baley.

16900-10-484-485-November 16, 1782: Top document. Rank and file ration list for 33 men and 6 women in Illinois Regiment commanded by Capt. John Baley. Names: Capt. Robert George, Capt. Isaac Taylor.

16901-10-484-485-November 21, 1782: Bottom document. Rank and file ration list for 39 men and 6 women in Illinois Regiment commanded by Capt. John Baley. Names: Capt. Robert George, Capt. Isaac Taylor.

16902-10-486-487-November 30, 1782: Top document. Rank and file ration list for 53 men and 6 women in Illinois Regiment commanded by Major George Walls. Names: Capt. John Baley, Capt. Isaac Taylor, Capt. Robert George.

16903-10-488-490-November 20, 1782: Duplicate filming. Rank and file ration list for 37 men and 6 women in the Illinois Regiment commanded by Capt. John Baley. Names: Capt. Robert George, Capt. Isaac Taylor.

16904-10-491-492-November 23, 1782: Commonwealth of Virginia in account with Charles Gratiot of Illinois. Reference to bill of exchanges and treasurer of Virginia. Names: Oliver Pollock, Capt. Rogers.

16905-10-493-496-Date?, 1782: Duplicate filming. Document written in Spanish language. Names: Leonardo Mazance, Pedro Piennard.

16906-10-497-500-July 6, 1780: Duplicate filming. Faded. Account of state of Virginia with Charlo Cadson. First entry listed July 6, 1780. Reference to horses, taffia, troops, supper, breakfast, lodging, officers and express to Cahos. Names: Capt. Bowman, Lieut. Abraham Chapline, George Rogers Clark.

16907-10-501-502-No Date: Document written in Spanish. Names: Leo-nardo Mazance, Andre Lopez.

16908-10-503-509-November 28, 1782: State of Virginia account with David McCray. First entry September 30, 1780. Some portions written in Spanish language. Items supplied: rations, corn, flour, meat, paddles, oars, cartage, beef, wood, deer skins, bread, cooperage, coffin. Names: Gabriel Constant, Amable Le Page, Major Bowman, Mrs. Dorrion, Louis Louisgan, Isaac Levy, Charles Lacroise, Alexy Tabault, Francois Courier, Baptiste Dumay, Augustin Raset, Louis Trottier, Louis Chatel, Louis LeBrun, Charles Delisle, Leonardo Mazance, Francis Chretien, Joseph Foupart, Joseph Deloge, Joseph Bissonet, George Blaine, J. B. Dubuc, John Joseph, Rich Hansen, Charles Beuteau, Mr. McCarty, Baptiste Laucier, Raphael Gagne, John Montgomery.

16909-10-510-511-October 21, 1782: Abstract of provisions issued by George Wilson for expedition

16909-10-510-511-October 21, 1782-Continued: against savages [indians] commanded by George Rogers Clark. Reference to Illinois Regiment, Jefferson County militia, Fayette county militia, Lincoln county militia. Names: Francis Moore, Daniel Boon.

16910-10-512-515-November 4, 1782: Account of provisions issued by George Wilson for the late expedition against savages [indians] to the troops of the Illinois Regiment and also the militia of the counties of Jeffer-son, Fayette, and Lincoln under command of George Rogers Clark. Names: Capt. Jacob Pyeatt, John Floyd, Lieut. Jarret Williams, Major George Walls, John Crittenden, William Clark, Capt. James Asturgus, Capt. Char-les Polk, Isaac Cox, Capt. James Samuels, Capt. Samuel Pottenger, James Francis Moore, Capt. Richard Chinoweth, Lieut. Samuel McDaniel, Capt. James Rogers, Ensign Joseph Reed, Jacob Vanmeter, Capt. John Lantrey, Andrew Hines, Aquilla Whitaker, Ensign James McDonald, Thomas McCarty, Col. John Logan, Benjamin Logan, Hugh McGarry.

16911-10-516-517-November 4, 1782: Reference to flour. Names: George Rogers Clark, Col. Daniel Boone, Francis Moore, unable to read a name.

16912-10-518-519-November 27, 1782: Top document. Items issued by Fort Nelson conductor of military store William Johnston to Zephaniah Blackford. Items: swords, belts, saddles, britch bands, belly bands, car-tridge boxes, bayonets, scabbard, pistols, muskets, rifles, cannons, rope.

16913-10-518-519-November ?, 1782: Bottom document. Faded. Names: Zephaniah Blackford, William Johnston.

BOX 644-FOLDER 171

VOUCHERS NOVEMBER 1782

FRAMES #520-615

60 documents filmed on 95 frames.

16914-10-521-522-November 4, 1782: Top document. Rations for Fayette County militia. Names: Col. Daniel Boone.

16915-10-521-522-November 3, 1782: Second document. Rations for Fayette County militia. Names: Col. Daniel Boone, Eli Cleveland.

16916-10-521-522-November 3, 1782: Third document. Daniel Boone order for kettles for Fayette County militia.

16917-10-521-522-November 2, 1782: Fourth document. Rations for Fayette county militia. Names: Daniel Boone, Eli Cleveland.

16918-10-523-524-November 28, 1782: Top document. Reference to horse and state of Virginia. Names: Daniel Boone, George Rogers Clark, Morde-cai Morgan.

16919-10-523-524-November 3, 1782: Second document. Flints issued for troops going on expedition. Names: Major George Walls, George Rogers Clark, William Johnston, Lieut. Richard Clark.

16920-10-523-524-November ?, 1782: Bottom document. Faded. Unable to read. Names: Capt. Robert George.

16921-10-525-526-November 1, 1782: Top document. Powder. Names: Capt. Jacob Pyeatt, Sergeant John Peak, William Johnston.

16922-10-525-526-November 28, 1782: Second document. Capt. John Rogers certified Robert Barnet, a soldier in his company had died October 26, 1780.

16923-10-525-526-November 24, 1782: Bottom document. William Johnston at Fort Nelson issued axes, augers, a square, spades, broad ax, ax sling, shoeing hammer, horse shoes, caulking irons, mallets, pinchers, a barge and oars, paper, ink powder. Names: James Moore.

16924-10-527-530-November 11, 1782: Top document. Rations issued for 4 officers and a waiter. Names: Isaac Cox.

16925-10-527-530-November 30, 1782: Second document. George Rogers Clark order to Fort Nelson to issue beef and salt for his family. Names: James Finn.

16926-10-527-530-November 30, 1782: Third document on left. Rations. Benjamin Logan.

16927-10-527-530-November 9, 1782: Fourth document on right. George Rogers Clark order for rations for Col. John Logan.

16928-10-527-530-November ?, 1782: Bottom left document. Militia. Names: George Rogers Clark.

16929-10-527-530-November 30, 1782: Bottom right document. Names: William Johnston, Capt. Kenton?

16930-10-531-532-November 14, 1782: Top document. Rations issued for a captain, lieutenant and 43 privates. Names: George Rogers Clark, Capt. George Adams.

16931-10-531-532-November 12, 1782: Second document. Advertisement to sell land of Lieut. Polson at Lexington. Names: John Todd.

16932-10-531-532-November 20, 1782: Bottom document. Camp on the Ohio River issued 200 pounds of flour for use of George Rogers Clark mess.

16933-10-533-534-November 25, 1782: Top document. Major George Walls order to issue rations for artificers.

16934-10-533-534-November 2, 1782: Second document. William Johnston issued leather, horse shoe and nails to John Wibel.

16935-10-533-534-November 2, 1782: Third document. Powder and lead issued. Names: Lieut. Jarret Williams, Major George Walls.

16936-10-533-534-November 1, 1782: Bottom left document. Powder and lead issued. Names: John Floyd, James Francis Moore.

16937-10-533-534-November 4, 1782: Bottom right document. William Johnston issued cartridges. Names: unable to read.

16938-10-535-536-November 3, 1782: Top left document. Rations issued. Names: Capt. John Smith, George Rogers Clark.

16939-10-535-536-November 11, 1782: Top right document. Powder, lead and flints issued. Names: Jacob Vanmeter, Isaac Cox, George Rogers Clark.

16940-10-535-536-November 2, 1782: Third document. Lincoln militia issued 32 kettles. Names: George Rogers Clark, Benjamin Logan.

16941-10-535-536-November 30, 1782: Fourth document. Fort Nelson issued a pair of shoes for a man of Capt. Isaac Taylor. Names: Lieut. Jarret Williams, Major George Walls, John Strafford.

16942-10-535-536-October 31, 1782: Bottom document. William Johnston issued 82 horse collars, 2 bells, 2 horses. Names: Reuben Remy.

16943-10-537-540-November 4, 1782: Top document. Duplicate filming. Fort Nelson issued powder and lead for hunters. Names: Capt. John Baley.

16944-10-537-540-November 3, 1782: Second document. Duplicate film-ing. Rations for a man. Names: Capt. Jacob Pyeatt, James Boone.

16945-10-537-540-November 3, 1782: Third document. Duplicate filming. Rations for Fayette County Militia. Names: Daniel Boone, John Crittenden, Eli Cleveland.

16946-10-537-540-November 27, 1782: Fourth document. Duplicate film-ing. Beef for family of George Rogers Clark family.

16947-10-537-540-November 1, 1782: Bottom document. Duplicate film-ing. Rations for Illinois Regiment. Names: Major George Walls.

16948-10-541-542-November 30, 1782: Top document. Fort Nelson issued belts, muskets, bayonets and cartridges boxes for 4 men of Capt. Isaac Taylor. Names: Major George Walls.

16949-10-541-542-November 18, 1782: Second document. Powder, lead and flints. Names: Capt. John Baley.

16950-10-541-542-November 21, 1782: Third document. Fort Nelson issue rations for militia. Names: Capt. John Baley, Capt. Rogers, John McGee?

16951-10-541-542-November 4, 1782: Fourth document. Fort Nelson issued paper. Names: Sergeant Michael Miles.

16952-10-541-542-November ?, 1782: Bottom document. Faded. Names: Lieut. Abraham Chapline.

16953-10-543-544-November 4, 1782: Top left document. Powder issued for Lincoln County Militia. Names: John Logan, George Rogers Clark, Capt. John Mason.

16954-10-543-544-November 4, 1782: Top right document. Cartridges issued. Names: George Rogers Clark, unable to read names.

16955-10-543-544-November 3, 1782: Third document. Flints issued for Lincoln County militia. Names: John Logan, Benjamin Logan.

16956-10-543-544-November 2, 1782: Fourth document. Beef and salt ration.

16957-10-543-544-November 2, 1782: Bottom document. Names: William Johnston.

16958-10-545-546-November 29, 1782: Top document. Powder and lead issued for man of Capt. Isaac Taylor company. Names: Major George Walls.

16959-10-545-546-November 30, 1782: Second document. Flour, beef and salt ration. Names: Major George Walls, Isaac Cox.

16960-10-545-546-November 1, 1782: Third document on left. Cartridges issued for Doctor Sam Smythe. Names: Major George Walls.

16961-10-545-546-November 8, 1782: Fourth document on right. Rations of flour, salt and beef. Names: Capt. John Baley.

16962-10-545-546-November ?, 1782: Bottom document. Faded. Rations. Names: Capt. John Baley.

16963-10-547-549-November 20, 1782: Top document. Duplicate filming. Rations. Names: Major George Walls.

16964-10-547-549-November 3, 1782: Second document. Duplicate film-ing. George Rogers Clark order for rations for express.

16965-10-547-549-November 17, 1782: Third document. Duplicate film-ing. Fort Nelson issued rations for a wounded man and 2 attendants. Names: Capt. John Baley.

16966-10-547-549-November ?, 1782: Bottom document. Duplicate film-ing. Rations issued for artificers. Names: Major George Walls.

16967-10-550-551-November 28, 1782: Top document. Rations issued for a man of Capt. Chapline. Names: Major George Walls.

16968-10-550-551-November 4, 1782: Second document. Paper issued. Names: William Montgomery, William Johnston, unable to read names.

16969-10-550-551-November 30, 1782: Third document. Names: John Floyd.

16970-10-550-551-November 30, 1782: Bottom document. Fort Nelson issued rations of beef and flour. Names: Sergeant Michael Miles.

16971-10-552-553-November ?, 1782: Top left document. Two guns is-sued to Capt. Andrew Whitehead.

16972-10-552-553-November 4, 1782: Top right document. Cartridges. Names: William Johnston.

16973-10-552-553-November 4, 1782: Third document on left. Belts, bayonets, cartridge boxes. Names: George Rogers Clark, Nathan Huston.

16974-10-552-553-November ? , 1782: Fourth document on right. Names: John Doherty, George Rogers Clark.

16975-10-552-553-November 3, 1782: Fifth document on left. George Rogers Clark orders to issue 2 kettles, 5 bayonets and belts. Names: Capt. William McCrackin.

16976-10-552-553-November 4, 1782: Sixth document on right. Cartridges issued. Names: John Crittenden.

16977-10-552-553-November 3, 1782: Bottom document. Powder and lead. Names: John Floyd.

16978-10-554-556-November 6, 1782: Top document. Capt. John Baley order to issue rations for 4 men of Capt. John Baley.

16979-10-554-556-November 25, 1782: Second document. Rations. Names: J. Moore, Major George Walls.

16980-10-554-556-November 26, 1782: Third document. Flour and salt ration for Alexander Wells. Names: Major George Walls.

16981-10-554-556-November 14, 1782: Bottom document. Rations issued for conductor of military store. Names: Zephaniah Blackford, Capt. John Baley.

16982-10-557-560-November 3, 1782: Top document. Duplicate filming. Incomplete. Names: Major Rogers, Major Janis?

16983-10-557-560-November 22, 1782: Second document. Duplicate filming. Rations for Capt. Hinds militia. Names: Capt. John Baley, Philip Phillips.

16984-10-557-560-November 2, 1782: Third document. Flour. Names: Isaac Cox.

16985-10-557-560-November ?, 1782: Bottom document. Flints and pow-der. Names: John Floyd, Robert Moseby.

16986-10-561-564-November 30, 1782: Top document. Duplicate filming. Major George Walls order for beef for indian prisoners.

16987-10-561-564-November 10, 1782: Second document. Duplicate filming. Rations for mess for 5 officers and a waiter. Names: James Francis Moore.

16988-10-561-564-November 22, 1782: Third document. Duplicate film-ing. George Rogers Clark certified at Lexington that Capt. John Crittenden occupied the post of

16988-10-561-564-November 22, 1782-Continued: Brigade Major from July 1, 1781 until November 22, 1782.

16989-10-565-566-November 2, 1782: Top document. Faded. Names: Bland Ballard.

16990-10-565-566-November 4, 1782: Second document. George Rogers Clark order to issue ammunition for Capt. William McCrackin.

16991-10-565-566-November 8, 1782: Third document on left. Capt. John Baley order at Fort Nelson to issue a gun, bayonet, belt, cartridge box and cartridges for a man of his company.

16992-10-565-566-November ?, 1782: Fourth document on right. Faded. Names: Capt. John Baley.

16993-10-565-566-November 11, 1782: Bottom document. Capt. John Baley order for rations.

16994-10-567-568-November 26, 1782: Top document. William Johnston issued a musket and 1 rifle to Lieut. Richard Clark.

16995-10-567-568-November 26, 1782: Second document. Major George Walls order to issue rations.

16996-10-567-568-November 18, 1782: Third document. Powder issued for hunters. Names: John Crittenden, George Poff.

16997-10-567-568-November 3, 1782: Fourth document. Flour issued for family of George Rogers Clark. Names: John Crittenden.

16998-10-567-568-November 30, 1782: Bottom document. Major George Walls order to issue rations for 12 men.

16999-10-569-571-November 21, 1782: Top document. Duplicate filming. Rations issued for a wounded man and his attendant. Names: Capt. John Baley, Alexander Wells.

17000-10-569-571-November 21, 1782: Second document on left. Rations issued for conductor of military store. Names: Capt. John Baley, Zephaniah Blackford.

17001-10-569-571-November 21, 1782: Third document on right. Capt. John Baley order to issue rations.

17002-10-569 -571-November 9, 1782: Fourth document. Rations issued for conductor of military store. Names: Capt. John Baley, Zephaniah Blackford.

17003-10-569-571-November 30, 1782: Bottom document. Major George Walls order to issue rations for 7 indian prisoners.

17004-10-572-573-November 27, 1782: Top document. Major George Walls order to Fort Nelson to issue a quart of salt to Mrs. George.

17005-10-572-573-November ?, 1782: Second document on left. George Rogers Clark order to issue 17 guns to Hugh McGarry.

17006-10-572-573-November 21, 1782: Third document on right. William Johnston issued 66 rounds of grapeshot, lead and powder. Names: Zepha-niah Blackford.

17007-10-572-573-November 2, 1782: Fourth document. William Johnston issued a hand saw, ax and 500 nails to repair barge. Names: Andrew Clark.

17008-10-572-573-November ?, 1782: Bottom document. Capt. John Baley order to issue flour to Mrs. George, whose husband was on command to the Chickasaw indians.

17009-10-574-575-November 24, 1782: Top document. Major George Walls order to Fort Nelson to issue powder for 25 men.

17010-10-574-575-November 26, 1782: Second document. Major George Walls order for rations.

17011-10-574-575-November 18, 1782: Third document. William Johnston issued powder and lead. Names: George Rogers Clark, Bartlet Sercey.

17012-10-574-575-November 3, 1782: Bottom document. Faded. Names: William Johnston, John Edgecom.

17013-10-576-577-November 4, 1782: Top document. Reference to axes. Names: John Floyd.

17014-10-576-577-November ?, 1782: Second document. Faded. Capt. John Baley order for rations for artificers.

17015-10-576-577-November ?, 1782: Third document. Faded. Major George Walls order for rations for 13 men.

17016-10-576-577-November ?, 1782: Fourth document. Flour issued. Unable to read names.

17017-10-576-577-November 4, 1782: Bottom document. Pair of shoes issued to Lieut. Abraham Chapline.

17018-10-578-581-November 2, 1782: Top document. Duplicate filming. Rations issued for family of George Rogers Clark. Names: Capt. John Baley, Lieut. Abraham Chapline.

17019-10-578-581-November 4, 1782: Second document. Duplicate film-ing. George Rogers Clark order to issue rations for Capt. Hugh McGarry.

17020-10-578-581-November 30, 1782: Third document. Duplicate film-ing. Flour, beef and salt issued to James Finn.

17021-10-578-581-November ?, 1782: Bottom document. Faded. Major George Walls order for rations.

17022-10-582-583-November 30, 1782: Top left document. Muskets and cartridges issued to William Henry. Names: George Rogers Clark, William Johnston.

17023-10-582-583-November 2, 1782: Top right document. George Rogers Clark order for rations for men of Benjamin Logan. Names: John Logan.

17024-10-582-583-November 15, 1782: Third document. Capt. John Baley order for powder and lead.

17025-10-582-583-November 3, 1782: Fourth document. William Johnston issued cartridges to Lieut. Richard Clark.

17026-10-582-583-November 7, 1782: Bottom document. Flour and salt ration. Unable to read names.

17027-10-584-585-November 1, 1782: Top document. William Johnston issued cartridges. Names: Will Oldham, John Floyd.

17028-10-584-585-November ?, 1782: Second document. Capt. John Baley order to issue flour, salt and beef rations for artificers.

17029-10-584-585-November 1, 1782: Bottom document. Faded. Flour and salt rations. Unable to read names.

17030-10-586-588-November 15, 1782: Top document. Duplicate filming. Voucher of Daniel McClean. Names: Joseph Lindsay, John Todd.

17031-10-586-588-November 9, 1782: Second document. Duplicate film-ing. Rations for David Fast and James Anderson, who were on express. Names: John Floyd.

17032-10-586-588-November ?, 1782: Bottom document. Duplicate film-ing. Incomplete. Rations of flour and salt. Unable to read names.

17033-10-589-590-November 3, 1782: Top document. William Johnston issued powder and lead. Unable to read name.

17034-10-589-590-November 5, 1782: Second document on left. William Johnston issued powder for hunter. Names: John Floyd.

17035-10-589-590-November ?, 1782: Third document on right. Powder, lead, cartridges and cartridge boxes issued to Hugh McGarry. Names: George Rogers Clark.

17036-10-589-590-November 2, 1782: Fourth document. Powder for hunt-ers. Names: Aquilla Whitaker.

17037-10-589-590-November 4, 1782: Bottom document. Cartridges, gun and cartridge boxes issued. Names: George Rogers Clark, Eli Cleveland.

17038-10-591-592-November 22, 1782: Top document. Capt. John Baley order to issue rations for 25 men of Capt. John Vertreese militia.

17039-10-591-592-November ?, 1782: Second document. Faded. Fort Nelson. Names: Capt. John Baley, ? Galloway.

17040-10-591-592-November 27, 1782: Third document. Major George Walls order to Fort Nelson to issue powder to Alexander Wells.

17041-10-591-592-November 25, 1782: Bottom document. Powder and lead issued for hunters. Names: Major George Walls, Capt. John Baley.

17042-10-593-594-November 3, 1782: Top left document. George Rogers Clark order for rations for John Wood, Charles Miller, David Lynch, Rob-ert Moore, William

17042-10-593-594-November 3, 1782-Continued: Cradlebaugh, Nicholas Protor, Peter Massay.

17043-10-593-594-November 26, 1782: Top right document. Major George Walls order to issue a cartridge box for use of Lieut. Abraham Chapline.

17044-10-593-594-November 3, 1782: Third document on left. William Johnston issued 2 rifles, 4 cartridge boxes, 1 bayonet and belt to John Dougherty.

17045-10-593-594-November 3, 1782: Fourth document on left. William Johnston issued bayonets, belts and 4 cartridge boxes. Unable to read names.

17046-10-593-594-November 4, 1782: Fifth document on left. Flour issued for mess of John Floyd.

17047-10-593-594-November 2, 1782: Sixth document on right. Major George Walls issued a pair of shoes, pair of stocking and a blanket to George Rogers Clark.

17048-10-593-594-November 30, 1782: Bottom document. William Johnston issued muskets, cartridge boxes, bayonets, and belts to Major Gabriel Madison.

17049-10-595-598-November 8, 1782: Top document. Duplicate filming. Capt. John Baley at Fort Nelson order to issue rations for family of George Rogers Clark.

17050-10-595-598-November 8, 1782: Second document. Duplicate film-ing. Rations issued for 312 men of Illinois Regiment. Names: Lieut. Rich-ard Clark, Major George Walls.

17051-10-595-598-November ?, 1782: Third document. Faded. Duplicate filming. Flour, beef and salt rations.

17052-10-595-598-November 30, 1782: Fourth document on left. Dupli-cate filming. Faded. Names: George Rogers Clark, B. Pittman.

17053-10-595-598-November 4, 1782: Fifth document on right. Duplicate filming. Flour and salt ration.

17054-10-599-602-November 2, 1782: Top document. Duplicate filming. Fort Nelson issued powder and lead for use of Capt. John Baley.

17055-10-599-602-November 20, 1782: Second document. Duplicate filming. Capt. John Baley order to issue powder, lead and flints to Lieut. Abraham Chapline.

17056-10-599-602-November 4, 1782: Third document on left. Duplicate filming. George Rogers Clark order to issue an ax for militia. Names: Gabriel Madison.

17057-10-599-602-November 4, 1782: Fourth document on right. Dupli-cate filming. Salt issued for horses. Names: Capt. John Baley, J. Moore.

17058-10-599-602-November 9, 1782: Fifth document. Duplicate filming. Rations for 3 persons of George Rogers Clark family.

17059-10-599-602-November 30, 1782: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Beef, flour, and salt ration issued to Lieut. Abraham Chapline.

17060-10-603-604-November 1, 1782: Top document. William Johnston issued 6 falling axes and a mattock to Henry Carter.

17061-10-603-604-November 8, 1782: Second document. Faded. George Rogers Clark order to issue salt and flour.

17062-10-603-604-November 28, 1782: Third document. Capt. John Baley order to issue flour for 11 men of Capt. Samuel Davis.

17063-10-603-604-November 16, 1782: Bottom document. Capt. John Baley order to Fort Nelson to issue rations to Mrs. George, whose husband was on command.

17064-10-605-607-November 13, 1782: Top document. Duplicate filming. Rations issued for artificers.

17065-10-605-607-November 13, 1782: Second document on left. Dupli-cate filming. William Johnston issued cartridge box, bayonet and belt to Capt. John Woods.

17066-10-605-607-November 30, 1782: Third document on right. Dupli-cate filming. Rations issued for conductor of military store. Names: Major George Walls, Zephaniah Blackford.

17067-10-605-607-November 27, 1782: Fourth document on left. Dupli-cate filming. Major George Walls order to issue rations for Mrs. George.

17068-10-605-607-November 30, 1782: Fifth document on right. Duplicate filming. William Johnston issued 2 muskets, bayonet, belt and cartridge box to Andrew Whitehead. Names: George Rogers Clark.

17069-10-605-607-November 28, 1782: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Rations issued for conductor of military store. Names: Capt. John Baley, Zephaniah Blackford.

17070-10-608-610-November 22, 1782: Top document. Duplicate filming. Capt. John Baley order for 2 day rations of flour for company of Capt. Jacob Vanmeter.

17071-10-608-610-November 30, 1782: Second document. Duplicate filming. Major George Walls order to issue rations for artificers.

17072-10-608-610-November 18, 1782: Third document. Duplicate film-ing. Faded. Salt. Unable to read names.

17073-10-608-610-November 29, 1782: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Faded. William Johnston issued cartridge boxes. Unable read names.

17074-10-611-613-November 6, 1782: Top document. Duplicate filming. Fort Nelson issued a quart of salt for family of George Rogers Clark.

17075-10-611-613-November 25, 1782: Second document. Duplicate filming. Fort Nelson issued 100 pounds of flour for use of family of George Rogers Clark.

17076-10-611-613-November ?, 1782: Bottom document. Duplicate film-ing. Incomplete. Hats, blankets, and overalls.

17077-10-614-615-November 18, 1782: Top document. William Johnston issued 3 horses, 3 bells to James Hellebrand.

17078-10-614-615-November ?, 1782: Second document. Rations issued for family of George Rogers Clark. Names: John Crittenden.

17079-10-614-615-November 12, 1782: Third document. Rations issued for family of George Rogers Clark. Names: Capt. John Baley.

17080-10-614-615-November 9, 1782: Bottom document. Rations issued for 4 officers and a waiter. Names: Isaac Cox.

BOX 644-FOLDER 172

LETTERS DECEMBER 1782

FRAMES #616-633

6 documents filmed on 17 frames.

17081-10-617-December 10, 1782: Letter of Oliver Pollock to Governor Harrison. Filed elsewhere.

17082-10-618-December 2, 1782: Letter of William Davis to Governor Harrison. Filed elsewhere.

17083-10-619-December 16, 1782: Letter of Daniel Clark to Governor Harrison. Filed elsewhere.

17084-10-620-December 16, 1782: Letter of George Walls to Governor Harrison and inventory at Fort Nelson. Filed elsewhere.

17085-10-621-December 27, 1782: Resolutions. David Ross account. Filed elsewhere.

17086-10-622-December 24, 1782: Letter of Benjamin Harrison Jr. to Governor Harrison. Filed elsewhere.

17087-10-623-633-December ?, 1782: Letter of George Rogers Clark to Major George Walls. Duplicate filming. Reference to Capt. Abraham Chapline, rooms, beds, and soldier to be discharged. Verso has date of May 5, 1783.

BOX 644-FOLDER 173

ACCOUNTS DECEMBER 1782

FRAMES #634-655

14 documents filmed on 21 frames.

17088-10-635-636-December 20, 1782: Estimates of expenses of the state of Virginia for the year 1782. Entries listed for infantry, cavalry, artillery, pay for officers, civil officers, governor, treasurer, attorney general, doc-tors, artificers, midshipman, commissioner of War, British merchants at York, commercial agents and for a galley. Reference to: horses, camp kettles, saddles, portmanteau, mallets, swords, steel, iron, medicine, pistols, powder, lead, anchors, cables, boats, hemp, army, West Indies, and Phila-delphia.

17089-10-637-638-December 28, 1782: Top document. Rank and file rations for 54 men and 6 women of Illinois Regiment commanded by Ma-jor George Walls.

17090-10-637-638-December 7, 1782: Bottom document. Major George Walls issued 4 horses to Ensign Hugh McGavock for use of Col. Crockett company.

17091-10-639-640-May 23, 1783: Pay roll of field staff officers of Jeffer-son county militia, which had gone on expedition against the indians in 1782. Names: George Rogers Clark, Isaac Cox, William Pope, James F. Moore, William Oldham, Thomas McCarty, Bland Ballard, John McDow-ell.

17092-10-641-643-December 29, 1782: Duplicate filming. Daniel Clark account with commonwealth of Virginia. Names: Benjamin Harrison Jr., David Ross.,

17093-10-644-645-December ?, 1782: Stores received and delivered by Major George Walls to William Johnston. Items: axes, shovels, spades, mattocks, hammers, knives, mallets, pinchers, ax sling, horse collars, writ-ing paper, ink powder, cordage, boats, horses, oars, nails, carpenter's square, camp kettles.

17094-10-646-647-December 23, 1782: Top document. Rank and file ration for 59 men and 6 women in the Illinois Regiment commanded by Major George Walls. Names: Capt. Robert George, Capt. John Baley, Lieut. Abraham Chapline.

17095-10-646-647-December ?, 1782: Bottom document. Faded. Rations issued for Illinois Regiment commanded by Major George Walls.

17096-10-648-649-December 5, 1782: Top document. Rank and file ration list for Illinois Regiment commanded by Major George Walls. Names: Capt. John Baley, Capt. Robert George, Capt. Isaac Taylor.

17097-10-648-649-December 20, 1782: Bottom document. Provisions of buffalo beef, bear meat, flour and salt at Fort Nelson. Names: James Finn.

17098-10-650-651-December 9, 1782: Top document. Rank and file ra-tions for 70 men and 6 women of Illinois Regiment commanded by Major George Walls. Names: Capt. Robert George, Capt. Isaac Taylor.

17099-10-650-651-December ?, 1782: Bottom document. Faded. Rank and file rations for Illinois Regiment commanded by Major George Walls. Names: Capt. Robert George, Capt. Isaac Taylor, Capt. John Baley.

17100-10-652-653-December 13, 1782: Top document. Faded. Rank and file rations for Illinois Regiment commanded by Major George Walls. Names: Capt. Robert George, Capt. John Baley, Capt. Isaac Taylor.

17101-10-652-653-December 21, 1782: Bottom document. Rank and file ration list for 66 men and 6 women in the Illinois Regiment commanded by Major George Walls. Names: Capt. Robert George, Capt. John Baley, Lieut. Abraham Chapline.

17102-10-654-655-December 19, 1782: Commonwealth of Virginia ac-count with Simon Nathan. Names: David Ross, Thomas Bentley, Henry Young. Reference to tobacco, Falls of James River, Falls of Appomattox River.

BOX 644 - FOLDER 174

VOUCHERS DECEMBER 1782

FRAMES #656-716

83 documents filmed on 60 frames.

17103-10-657-658-December 20, 1782: Top document. Major George Walls order for rations for hunters.

17104-10-657-658-December 12, 1782: Second document. Major George Walls order for flour and salt for 2 men going on command.

17105-10-657-658-December 18, 1782: Third document. Major George Walls order for 435 pounds of flour for Major Crittenden.

17106-10-657-658-December 8, 1782: Fourth document. Major George Walls order to issue 7 day rations for an assistant quartermaster. Names: J. Moore.

17107-10-659-660-December 22, 1782: Top document. Major George Walls order to issue 7 day rations for an assistant quartermaster. Names: J. Moore.

17108-10-659-660-December 6, 1782: Second document. Major George Walls order to issue 28 pounds of beef and 50 pounds of flour for 7 indian prisoners.

17109-10-659-660-December ?, 1782: Third document. Major George Walls order for rations for artificers.

17110-10-659-660-December 29, 1782: Bottom document. Major George Walls order to issue rations for 7 indian prisoners of the Indian Department.

17111-10-661-662-December 30, 1782: Top document. Major George Walls order to issue rations for 2 soldiers of the Illinois Regiment.

17112-10-661-662-December 19, 1782: Second document. Major George Walls order to issue rations for 3 men of the Illinois Regiment.

17113-10-661-662-December 9, 1782: Third document. Major George Walls order for rations for conductor of military store. Names: Zephaniah Blackford.

17114-10-661-662-December 31, 1782: Bottom document. Major George Walls order to issue 3 day rations for conductor of military store. Names: Zephaniah Blackford.

17115-10-663-664-December 28, 1782: Top document. Major George Walls order to issue rations for conductor of military store. Names: Zepha-niah Blackford.

17116-10-663-664-December ? , 1782: Second document. Major George Walls order to issue rations for conductor of military store. Names: Zepha-niah Blackford.

17117-10-663-664-December 31, 1782: Third document. Beef and flour rations issued for family of George Rogers Clark.

17118-10-663-664-December 18, 1782: Bottom document. Major George Walls order to issue flour, beef and salt.

17119-10-665-666-December 31, 1782: Top document. Fort Nelson issued flour and meat for Capt. Abraham Chapline.

17120-10-665-666-December 21, 1782: Second document. Major George Walls order to issue 7 rations for John Johnson, who was wounded on the expedition to the Indian town.

17121-10-665-666-December 31, 1782: Third document. Major George Walls order to issue 3 rations for John Johnson, who was wounded on the expedition to the Indian town.

17122-10-665-666-December ?, 1782: Bottom document. Major George Walls order to issue rations for hunters.

17123-10-667-668-December 31, 1782: Top document. Fort Nelson issued rations for James Finn.

17124-10-667-668-December 14, 1782: Second document. Major George Walls order to issue rations for James Johnson, who went on expedition to Indian town.

17125-10-667-668-December 22, 1782: Third document. Major George Walls order to Fort Nelson to issue rations for James Johnson, who was wounded on the expedition to the Indian town.

17126-10-667-668-December 10, 1782: Bottom left document. Capt. John Baley order to issue a port of fire for one of his soldiers.

17127-10-667-668-December 7, 1782: Bottom right document. Major George Walls order to issue rations for James Johnson, who was wounded on the expedition to the Indian town.

17128-10-669-670-December 4, 1781: Top document. Fort Nelson issued a gun, bayonet, scabbard, pouch, belt and 12 rounds of ammunition to a man in Capt. Isaac Taylor company. Names: Sergeant Michael Miles, John Joyes.

17129-10-669-670-December 10, 1782: Second document on left. Major George Walls order to issue powder and lead for hunters.

17130-10-669-670-December 12, 1782: Third document on right. Major George Walls order to issue powder, lead and flints for 2 men going on command.

17131-10-669-670-December 8, 1782: Fourth document. Major George Walls order to issue powder and lead for 6 men in pursuit of deserters. Names: William Bush.

17132-10-669-670-December 20, 1782: Bottom document. Capt. John Baley order for powder and lead.

17133-10-671-674-December 24, 1782: Top left document. Duplicate filming. Major George Walls order to issue rations to Mrs. James Sherlock.

17134-10-671-674-December 9, 1782: Top right document. Duplicate filming. Major George Walls order to issue rations to Mrs. Sherlock, wife of interpreter James Sherlock.

17135-10-671-674-November 30, 1782: Third document. Duplicate film-ing. Lieut. Jarret Williams order to Fort Nelson to issue a coat, vest, shirt, pair of shoes and pair of stockings to Francis McDermit.

17136-10-671-674-November 22, 1782: Bottom left document. Duplicate filming. Fort Nelson issued rations for 37 men. Names: Capt. John Baley, E. Carter.

17137-10-671-674-December ?, 1782: Bottom right document. Duplicate filming. Rations issued for wounded soldier. Names: Major George Walls, Capt. John Baley.

17138-10-675-676-December 31, 1782: Top document. Fort Nelson issued beef, flour and salt to James Finn.

17139-10-675-676-December 2, 1782: Second document. William Crossley was discharged from Illinois Regiment at Fort Nelson due to disorders, which made him unfit for service. Names: Major George Walls, Daniel Brookes?

17140-10-675-676-October 24, 1782: Bottom document. Commonwealth of Virginia account with Daniel Boone for beef furnished for expedition of George Rogers Clark. Names: William Flemming.

17141-10-677-679-June?, 1782: Top document. Duplicate filming. Com-monwealth of Virginia account with Daniel Boone for 200 pounds of fresh beef for militia of Fayette county on duty with George Rogers Clark.

17142-10-677-679-December 20, 1782: Center document. Duplicate film-ing. State of Virginia account with James McConnel to make 3 canoes, with 2 being 30 feet long and 1 6 feet long, for use of George Rogers Clark expedition against Detroit. Contracted by Col. John Todd of Fayette County on April 4, 1782 a for 400 pounds currency. Names: Major George Walls, Alexander McConnel, Samuel McDowell, Joseph Lindsay.

17143-10-677-679 December 4, 1782: Bottom document. Duplicate film-ing. Provisions issued for a man of Capt. [Isaac] Taylor company. Verso listed horse chains, caulking irons, crow bar, steel, iron wedge, brass hooks. Names: Major George Walls.

17144-10-680-681-December 18, 1782: Top document. Major George Walls order for rations for a man of Capt. John Baley.

17145-10-680-681-December 15, 1782: Second document. Major George Walls order for rations for conductor of military store. Names: Zephaniah Blackford.

17146-10-680-681-December 13, 1782: Third document on left. Major George Walls order to issue rations for Mrs. Sherlock, wife of interpreter James Sherlock, who was on command to Chickasaw indians.

17147-10-680-681-December 5, 1782: Fourth document on right. Major George Walls order to issue rations for Mrs. Sherlock, wife of interpreter James Sherlock, who was on command to Chickasaw indians.

17148-10-680-681-December ?, 1782: Bottom document. Major George Walls order to issue flour, beef and salt rations for Mrs. Sherlock, wife of interpreter James Sherlock, who was on command to Chickasaw indians.

17149-10-682-685-December 27, 1782: Top document. Duplicate filming. Auditors directed to issue warrants for 3000 pounds currency due Jan. 7, 1783 and to issue certificate on same day to Oliver Pollock for 3000 pounds currency payable to Pollock with interest from Foreign fund.

17150-10-682-685-December 11, 1782: Second document. Duplicate filming. Major George Walls order to issue rations for indian prisoners.

17151-10-682-685-December 13, 1782: Third document. Duplicate film-ing. Major George Walls order to issue rations to artificers.

17152-10-682-685-December 8, 1782: Bottom document. Duplicate film-ing. Major George Walls order to issue rations for assistant quartermaster J. Moore.

17153-10-686-689-December ?, 1782: Top document. Duplicate filming. Major George Walls order to issue rations for artificers.

17154-10-686-689-December 31, 1782: Second document. Duplicate filming. Major George Walls order to issue rations for artificers.

17155-10-686-689-December 1, 1782: Third document. Duplicate filming. Major George Walls order to issue rations for artificers.

17156-10-686-689-December 31, 1782: Fourth document. Duplicate film-ing. Flour ration issued. Unable to read names.

17157-10-686-689-December 2, 1782: Bottom document. Duplicate film-ing. Major George Walls order to issue 30 pounds of beef for 7 indian prisoners.

17158-10-690-691-December ?, 1782: Top document. Faded. Names: Major George Walls.

17159-10-690-691-December 5, 1782: Second document. Major George Walls order to issue rations for artificers.

17160-10-690-691-December ?, 1782: Third document. Major George Walls order to issue beef, flour and salt ration for 5 men of Illinois Regi-ment.

17161-10-690-691-December 21, 1782: Fourth document on left. George Rogers Clark order to issue rations for a man of Capt. Robert George com-pany.

17162-10-690-691-December 15, 1782: Fifth document on right. Major George Walls order to issue 7 day rations for an assistant quartermaster. Names: James Moore.

17163-10-690-691-December 22, 1782: Bottom document. Major George Walls order to issue rations for a sergeant and 5 men.

17164-10-692-695-December 27, 1782: Top document. Duplicate filming. [Oliver] Pollock.

17165-10-692-695-December 29, 1782: Second document. Duplicate filming. Major George Walls order to issue 3 day rations for an assistant quartermaster. Names: James Moore.

17166-10-692-695-December 6, 1782: Third document. Duplicate filming. Beef and flour rations for indian prisoners. Names: unable to read.

17167-10-692-695-December ?, 1782: Bottom document. Duplicate film-ing. Major George Walls order to issue rations for artificers.

17168-10-696-697-December 19, 1782: Top document. Major George Walls order to issue beef for 7 indian prisoners.

17169-10-696-697-December 31, 1782: Second document. Martin Carney certified Capt. Mark Thomas was issued 25 pounds of sugar from public store at Falls of Ohio.

17170-10-696-697-December ?, 1782: Bottom document. Major George Walls order to issue 120 musket cartridges and powder for 12 men going on command.

17171-10-698-703-December ?, 1782: Top left document. Duplicate film-ing. Salt issued for horses. Names: Major George Walls, J. Moore.

17172-10-698-703-December 30, 1782: Top right document. Duplicate filming. Salt issued for horse. Names: Major George Walls, J. Moore.

17173-10-698-703-December 25, 1782: Third document. Duplicate film-ing. George Rogers Clark issued salt at Bullett Lick to Major George Walls for use at Fort Nelson.

17174-10-698-703-December ?, 1782: Bottom document. Major George Walls issued a coat, jacket, shirt,

17174-10-698-703-December ?, 1782-Continued: pair of stockings, pair of shoes and a blanket to Sergeant Michael Miles.and

17175-10-704-705-December 12, 1782: Top document. Major George Walls order at Fort Nelson to issue flour and bear meat to Mrs. Nancy George.

17176-10-704-705-December 5, 1782: Second document. Major George Walls order to Fort Nelson to issue 10 pounds of meat for Mrs. George.

17177-10-704-705-December 6, 1782: Third document. Major George Walls order to James Finn at Fort Nelson to issue 10 pounds of flour to Mrs. George.

17178-10-704-705-December 29, 1782: Bottom document. Major George Walls order to issue rations of flour, beef and salt to Mrs. Sherlock.

17179-10-706-709-December 17, 1782: Top document. Duplicate filming. Major George Walls order to issue flour, beef and salt ration to Mrs. Eliza-beth Sherlock, wife of interpreter James Sherlock, who was on command to the Chickasaw indians.

17180-10-706-709-December 20, 1782: Second document. Duplicate filming. Names: Andrew Steele, Stephen Hunter, Samuel Gilmore, unable to read names.

17181-10-706-709-December 8, 1782: Third document. Duplicate filming. Sword and belt issued to Sergeant Joynas. Names: Capt. John Baley, Major George Walls.

17182-10-710-713-December 2, 1782: Top document. Duplicate filming. Fort Nelson issued bridle bits, curry combs, stirrups, and cruppers to Major George Walls.

17183-10-710-713-December 11, 1782: Second document. Duplicate filming. Paper and orderly book. Names: Thomas Quirk, Capt. John Baley, Bland Ballard.

17184-10-710-713-December 6, 1782: Third document. Duplicate filming. Capt. John Rogers certified Domnick Welch served in the cavalry from July 26, 1779 until February 14, 1782 and had not received any pay.

17185-10-714-716-December 13, 1782: Top document. Duplicate filming. John Bowman certified William Marshall and Barnabas Boyle served as spies in Lincoln County from March 6, 1781 to April 17, 1782. Reference to ammunition and rations.

17186-10-714-716-December 27, 1782: Bottom document. House of Dele-gates [of Virginia] resolved that the petition of Elias Fouland Beaurgard for reimbursement of $42,000 advanced by him for supplying troops of Lieut. Col. John Montgomery be referred to council and settled. Names: John Beckley.

BOX 644-FOLDER 175

MISCELLANEOUS PAPERS-1782

FRAMES #717-735

4 documents filmed on 18 frames.

17187-10-718-721-1782: Account of Mr. Shannon. Reference to auditor, paper money, commonwealth [of Virginia], bill of exchange, merchandise.

17188-10-722-724-1782: Account of provisions purchased and delivered by Evan Baker, Deputy Commissary for Western Department. Items: pork, bacon, beef, venison, bear meat, butter, pickling barrels, whiskey barrels, brandy, rum, and bags.

17189-10-725-726-December 1, 1782: Commonwealth of Virginia account with Hugh Logan for January 1, 1781-December 1, 1782. Also dated August 13, 1784 for 2200 pounds currency.

17190-10-727-735-1782: Petition of ? Connard to Virginia governor Ben-jamin Harrison. Reference to government not settling its claims or ex-penses; George Rogers Clark; Catholic Majesty; officers; sick and wounded; Spanish officers; Illinois; children; Governor Jefferson; and request to pay its account to Connard.

BOX 644-FOLDER 175A

PAPER-1782-1783

FRAMES #736 -788

73 documents filmed on 52 frames.

17191-10-737-739-February 13, 1782: Top document. Capt. John Rogers Light dragoons in the service of the state of Virginia. Strength of troops when first raised was 39 men.

17192-10-737-739-February 13, 1782: Bottom left document is first part of Document 17191. Names: John Rogers, James Merriweather, Cornet John Thruston. Reference to cavalry in Illinois in August of 1779.

17193-10-737-739-March 17, 1781: Bortom right document. Capt. Abra-ham Kellar order to issue taffia for his use.

17194-10-740-741-July 21, 1783: Top document. Henry Fraks, soldier in Capt. Michael Catt's company of volunteers under George Rogers Clark in the year 1781, made an oath before the Monongahelia County justice of peace that David Dillinger was a soldier in the said county when he was killed in the battle and that the within articles were taken by indians.

17195-10-740-741-September 20, 1782: Second document on left. George Rogers Clark order to Fort Nelson to issue 2 blankets to Capt. Robert George for his journey to the Chickasaw indians.

17196-10-740-741-September 17, 1782: Third document on right. George Rogers Clark order to Fort Nelson to issue 2 yards of duck cloth to Capt. Robert George.

17197-10-740-741-July ?, 1782: Bottom left document. Faded. Unable to read.

17198-10-740-741-August 17, 1782: Bottom right document. George Rogers Clark order to issue ink powder to Capt. Robert George.

17199-10-742-743-July 13, 1782: Top document. Names: John George, Charles Calston.

17200-10-742-743-April 17, 1782: Second document. Names: Capt. Robert George, Major George Walls.

17201-10-742-743-August 26, 1782: Bottom left document. Major George Walls order to issue flour.

17202-10-742-743-July 21, 1782: Bottom right document. Falls of Ohio. Names: John Crittenden.

17203-10-744-745 -: Top document. Unable to read.

17204-10-744-745-Second document. Unable to read.

17205-10-744-745 -: Bortom left document. Beef, flour and salt ration. Names: Abraham Frazier.

17206-10-744-745 -: Bortom right document. Names: James Ballard.

17207-10-746-748-August 30, 1782: Top document. Duplicate filming. Names: George Rogers Clark, Bland Ballard, Gotlieb Rogs?

17208-10-746-748-August 19, 1782: Second document. Duplicate filming. Fort Nelson issued beef, flour and salt to Capt. Robert George. Names: Major George Walls.

17209-10-746-748-August 1, 1782: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Clothing for Capt. Robert George train of artillery. Items: coats, vests, shirts, overalls, shoes for each man.

17210-10-749-752-October 16, 1782: Duplicate filming. Major George Walls appointed Mr. J. Moore as assistant quartermaster at Fort Nelson. Appointment of Sergeant Frazier as sergeant major. Lieut. William Clark was appointed to make a survey of horses. Mr. Miles appointed as con-ductor of military store. Names: George Rogers Clark.

17211-10-753-755-October 24, 1782: Duplicate filming. Impressment of cattle for use of the army for its expedition against the Shawnee Indians. Names: George Rogers Clark, William Montgomery, Benjamin Logan, John McDowell.

17212-10-756-December 8, 1782: Top document. Coger Mayfield supplied 327 pounds of venison for use of troops at Fort Nelson. Names: James Finn.

17213-10-756-October 4, 1782: Second document. Macajah Mayfield supplied 100 pounds of venison and 200 pounds of buffalo beef for use of troops at Fort Nelson. Names: James Finn.

17214-10-756-March 1782: Third document on left. McCagey Mayfield supplied 1,185 pound of beef for use of troops at Fort Nelson. Names: James Finn.

17215-10-756-October 10, 1782: Fourth document on right. McCagey Mayfield supplied 350 pounds of buffalo beef and 300 pounds of venison for use of troops at Fort Nelson. James Finn.

17216-10-757-758-July 3, 1782: Top document. Price of Mutton, bear meat, buffalo and venison was determined by Will Johnston of Jefferson County court. Names: Joshua Archer.

17217-10-757-758-December 29, 1782: Second document. William White-head, soldier in the Illinois Regiment of Capt. [John] Baley, served his enlistment of 3 years and was discharged at Fort Nelson-Falls of Ohio. Names: Major George Walls, John Donne. James Merriweather.

17218-10-757-758-May 26, 1782: Bottom document. Flour supplied for Falls of Ohio. Names: Dan Sullivan, Bland Ballard, John Crittenden, James McColley.

17219-10-759-762-No Date: Top left document. Duplicate filming. Incom-plete. Names: George Rogers Clark, Capt. Samuel McAfee.

17220-10-759-762-October 20, 1782: Top right document. Duplicate film-ing. John Cowan supplied pork for use of company expedition against Shawnee Indians.

17221-10-759-762-December 13, 1782: Third document. Duplicate film-ing. James McAfee supplied rations for militia company of Capt. Samuel McAfee for protection of Lincoln County. Names: Benjamin Logan, John Cowan.

17222-10-759-762-April 7, 1782: Bottom left document. Duplicate filming. Flour, beef and salt ration issue for working party. Names: John Crittenden.

17223-10-759-762-August 26, 1782: Bottom right document. Duplicate filming. Powder and lead issued. Names: Major George Walls, Lieut. Rich-ard Clark.

17224-10-763-764-April 7, 1782: Top document. John Crittenden issued a quart of salt for artificer Francis Adams.

17225-10-763-764-April 15, 1782: Second document. Rations issued for 8 artificers at Fort Nelson. Names: John Crittenden, William Elms.

17226-10-763-764-April 12, 1782: Third document. John Crittenden issued flour ration for artificer Reuben Camp.

17227-10-763-764-April 9, 1782: Bottom document. Beef, flour and salt rations issued for 9 sawyers. Names: John Crittenden, J. Watkins.

17228-10-765-766-April 9, 1782: Top document. Falls of Ohio issued rations for artificers. Names: Bland Ballard, John Crittenden.

17229-10-765-766-April 1782: Bottom document. Richard Schlater? certi-fied foregoing account was taken from the books of the Auditor of Public Account for the commander of Virginia. Names: George Rogers Clark, Capt. Robert Todd, Herman Consellea?, Anthony Samblin, William Shan-non, James Francis Moore, Col. William Preston, Col. DeGria?, Evan Baker, John Dodge, Thomas Bentley, Nathan Randolph.

17230-10-767-768-May 26, 1782: Top document. Falls of Ohio. Names: Mr. Shadrack Carter, Bland Ballard, John Crittenden, Zephaniah Blackford.

17231-10-767-768-April 10, 1782: Second document. Falls of Ohio. Ra-tions issued for artificers. Names: Bland Ballard, John Crittenden, Joseph Lindsay.

17232-10-767-768-April 4, 1782: Third document. John Crittenden issued meat and flour rations for 9 artificers.

17233-10-769-770-April 1, 1782: Top document. Falls of Ohio issued 4 day rations for 3 artificers. Names: John Crittenden, Bland Ballard.

17234-10-769-770-April 29, 1782: Second document. Falls of Ohio issued flour, beef and salt rations for 3 artificers. Names: Bland Ballard, John Crittenden.

17235-10-769-770-April 23, 1782: Bottom document. Falls of Ohio issued rations for artificers. Names: John Crittenden, Bland Ballard.

17236-10-771-772-April 3, 1782: Top left document. Faded. Names: David [Douglas].

17237-10-771-772-April 23, 1782: Top right document. Fort Nelson issued rations for artificers. Names: John Crittenden.

17238-10-771-772-April 17, 1782: Third document. Falls of Ohio issued rations for artificers. Names: Bland Ballard, John Crittenden.

17239-10-771-772-April 1782: Fourth document on left. John Crittenden issued rations for artificers at Fort Nelson.

17240-10-771-772-April 19, 1782: Fifth document on right. Fort Nelson issued rations for artificers. Names: John Crittenden.

17241-10-771-772-April 23, 1782: Bottom document. Flour and salt ration issued for master workman, Mr. Asturgus. Names: John Crittenden, M. Burke.

17242-10-773-775-April 19, 1782: Top document. Duplicate filming. Falls of Ohio issued rations for 3 artificers. names: Bland Ballard, John Critten-den, Capt. Robert George.

17243-10-773-775-April 13, 1782: Second document. Duplicate filming. Falls of Ohio issued rations for 2 artificers. Names: James Finn, Bland Ballard, John Crittenden.

17244-10-773-775-April 29, 1782: Third document on left. Duplicate filming. Beef, flour and salt rations for artificers. Names: John Crittenden, William Elms.

17245-10-773-775-December ?, 1782: Fourth document on right. Duplicate filming. Fort Nelson issued beef, flour and salt rations for artificers. Names: John Crittenden.

17246-10-776-777-April 21, 1782: Top document. Rations issued for 4 artificers. Names: Sergeant William Elms, John Crittenden.

17247-10-776-777-April 25, 1782: Second document. Fort Nelson issued 4 day rations for 4 artificers. Names: John Crittenden.

17248-10-776-777-No Date: Bottom left document. Faded. Names: George Rogers Clark, John Anderson.

17249-10-776-777-April 27, 1782: Bottom right document. Falls of Ohio issued rations for artificers. Names: Bland Ballard, James Finn, John Crit-tenden.

17250-10-778-779-April 14, 1782: Top document. John Crittenden issued rations for 8 artificers.

17251-10-778-779-April 10, 1782: Second document. John Crittenden issued flour, beef and salt rations for 9 artificers.

17252-10-778-779-April 13, 1782: Third document. Beef, flour and salt rations issued for 8 artificers. Names: William Elms, John Crittenden.

17253-10-778-779-April 5, 1782: Bottom document. Rations issued for working party including a sawyer. Names: John Crittenden.

17254-10-780-781-April 7, 1782: Top document. Falls of Ohio issued rations for 3 artificers. Names: James Finn, Bland Ballard, John Crittenden, John Bryan.

17255-10-780-781-April 5, 1782: Second document. Falls of Ohio issued rations for 3 artificers. Names: James Finn, Bland Ballard, John Crittenden.

17256-10-780-781-No Date: Bottom document. Faded. Names: William McBride.

17257-10-782-786-May 14, 1782: Top document. Duplicate filming. Falls of Ohio issued powder and lead. Names: Bland Ballard, Zephaniah Black-ford, John Crittenden.

17258-10-782-786-May ?, 1782: Second document. Duplicate filming. Reference to bacon for George Rogers Clark. Names: Mary Bolling.

17259-10-782-786-April ? , 1782: Third document. Duplicate filming. Faded. Names: John Crittenden.

17260-10-782-786-April 27, 1782: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Faded. Rations for artificers.

17261-10-787-788-April 19, 1782: Top document. Rations issued to artifi-cers. Names: John Crittenden, J. Mundel.

17262-10-787-788-April ?, 1782: Second document. Flour, salt and beef ration issued for artificers at Falls of Ohio. Names: James Finn, Bland Ballard, John Crittenden.

17263-10-787-788-April 15, 1782: Third document. Falls of Ohio issued rations for artificers. Names: James Finn, Bland Ballard, John Crittenden.

17264-10-787-788-April 9, 1782: Bottom document. Fort Nelson issued 20 pounds of beef and flour for Master workman James Asturgus. Names: John Crittenden.

BOX 645-FOLDER 176

LETTERS JANUARY 1783

FRAMES #789-792

3 documents filmed on 4 frames.

17265-10-790-January 13, 1783: Letter of John Evans to Col. Joseph Holmes. Filed and printed elsewhere.

17266-10-791-January 16, 1783: Letter of James Wood to Governor Harrison. Filed and printed elsewhere.

17267-10-792-January 29, 1782: Letter of Arthur Campbell to William Davis. Filed and printed elsewhere.

BOX 645-FOLDER 177

VOUCHERS JANUARY 1783

FRAMES #793-867

78 documents filmed on 74 frames.

17268-10-794-796-January 13, 1783: Top document. Duplicate filming. Lieut. Richard Clark order to issue paper for use of Capt. [Robert] George company.

17269-10-794-796-January 26, 1783: Second document. Duplicate filming. Lieut. Richard Clark order at Fort Nelson to issue 13 shirts, 13 pairs of shoes, and 13 pair of stockings for us of Capt. Robert George artillery company.

17270-10-794-796-January 30, 1783: Third document. Duplicate filming. Payment due for Edward Doherty going on express from Falls of Ohio to Fort Jefferson and then to Fort Vincennes. Names: John McDowell.

17271-10-797-800-April 1782: List of entries for vouchers issued or filled by Zephaniah Blackford from October 17, 1779. Entries for express, indi-ans, interpreters.

17272-10-801-804-January 31, 1783: Top document. Duplicate filming. Major George Walls order to Fort Nelson to issue 5 day rations for a man of Capt. John Baley company.

17273-10-801-804-January 31, 1783: Second document. Duplicate filming. Fort Nelson issued flour, beef, and meat to Major George Walls.

17274-10-801-804-January 1, 1783: Third document. Duplicate filming. Fort Nelson issued a shirt to Sergeant Michael Miles.

17275-10-801-804-January 20, 1783: Fourth document. Duplicate filming. Major George Walls issued rations.

17276-10-805-806-January 22, 1783: Top document. John McDowell order to pay Sergeant William Crump for express to Fort Vincennes. Reference to New Holland.

17277-10-805-806-January 20, 1783: Second document. Faded. Reference to Major George Walls, Lieut. Richard Clark, George Rogers Clark and New Holland.

17278-10-805-806-January 19, 1783: Third document. Major George Walls certified at Fort Nelson-Falls of Ohio that Sergeant William Crump had served in the Illinois Regiment from January 18, 1780 to January 19, 1783

and had completed his enlistment and was discharged.

17279-10-807-808-January 17, 1783: Top document. Jacob Vanmeter made oath January 17, 1783 to Samuel McDowell that he had not been paid for a horse impressed July 16, 1780. Names: Stephen Rawling, Thomas McCarty, Richard Chinoweth.

17280-10-807-808-January 13, 1783: Second document. Lieut. Richard Clark order to issue paper for George Rogers Clark.

17281-10-807-808-January 13, 1783: Third document. Appraisement of a horse in Jefferson County. Names: Thomas Currey, James McKeag, Capt. Richard Chinoweth.

17282-10-807-808-January 13, 1783: Bortom document. Fort Nelson is-sued paper to Lieut. Abraham Chapline.

17283-10-809-811-January 31, 1783: Top document. Duplicate filming. Rank and file ration list for Illinois Regiment commanded by Major George Walls. Names: Capt. Robert George, Capt. Abraham Chapline, artificers, indian prisoners.

17284-10-809-811-January 31, 1783: Second document. Duplicate filming. Fort Nelson issued beef, bear meat, flour and salt to James Finn.

17285-10-809-811-January 4, 1783: Bortom document. Duplicate filming. Fort Nelson issued 13 rounds of blank cartridges and powder to rejoice the English lost of Gibraltar. Names; Major George Walls.

17286-10-812-813-January 5, 1783: Top document. Major George Walls order to issue blank cartridges and powder to salute the marriage of the adjutant.

17287-10-812-813-January 9, 1783: Second document. Major George Walls order to issue blank cartridges at Fort Nelson.

17288-10-812-813-January 10, 1783: Third document. Fort Nelson issued 2 pairs of horse shoes to George Rogers Clark.

17289-10-812-813-January 7, 1783: Bortom document. Major George Walls order to issue powder and lead.

17290-10-814-815-January 10, 1783: Top document. Fort Nelson issued corn for horses. Names: John McDowell, J. Smith.

17291-10-814-815-January 6, 1783: Second document. Major George Walls issued a coat, waistcoat, 2 pair of shoes and stockings to Sergeant Major Abraham Frazer.

17292-10-814-815-January 9, 1783: Bortom document. Forage issued for 9 horses. Names: John McDowell.

17293-10-816-820-January 8, 1783: Top left document. Duplicate filming. Capt. John Baley order to Fort Nelson to issue a gun, bayonet and flint.

17294-10-816-820-January ?, 1783: Top right document. Duplicate film-ing. Capt. John Baley order to issue a gun, belt, scabbard, bayonet and cartridges to Abraham Frazer.

17295-10-816-820-March 1782: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Faded. List of rations. Items: sugar, coffee, taffia. Names: Zephaniah Blackford.

17296-10-821-822-January 13, 1783: Top document. Faded. Beef, bear meat and salt issued for month ration of Sergeant Michael Miles.

17297-10-821-822-January 31, 1783: Bortom document. George Rogers Clark certified James Sherlock served as an indian interpreter in the Illinois Department by Clark's appointment Jan. 1, 1782 to Jan. 31, 1783 and was entitled to payment. Names: Mr. Wallace, Mr. Marshall.

17298-10-823-824-January 21, 1783: Top document. Lieut. Richard Clark order at New Holland to issue 7 day rations for Sergeant Allen. Names: George Rogers Clark, Fort Nelson.

17299-10-823-824-January 16, 1783: Second document. Fort Nelson issued flour for Western Department. Names: John McDowell, Major George Walls.

17300-10-823-824-January ?, 1783: Bortom left document. Rations issued for hunters. Names: Major George Walls, Capt. John Baley.

17301-10-823-824-January 15, 1783: Bortom right document. Major George Walls order to issue 7 day rations for an assistant quartermaster. Names: J. Moore.

17302-10-825-828-January 13, 1783: Top document. Duplicate filming. Major George Walls order to Fort Nelson to issue rations for Mrs. James Sherlock.

17303-10-825-828-January 17, 1783: Second document. Duplicate filming. William Thompson supplied 385 pounds of buffalo beef for use of troops at Fort Nelson. Names: Lieut. Rogers, James Finn.

17304-10-825-828-January 20, 1783: Third document. Duplicate filming. Salt issued for horses. Names: John McDowell, Major George Walls.

17305-10-825-828-January 25, 1783: Bortom document. Duplicate filming. Major George Walls order to issue rations for James Johnston, who was wounded during expedition to Indian town.

17306-10-829-830-January 7, 1783: Top document. Capt. John Baley order to issue rations for James Johnston, who was wounded during expedition to Indian town.

17307-10-829-830-January 25, 1783: Second document. Certification that John Cardinne served as French interpreter for state of Virginia at Fort Patrick Henry and district of Fort Vincennes from November 23, 1779 to March 2, 1780. Names: Zephaniah Blackford, Thomas Willson, George Rogers Clark, William Fleming, Samuel McDowell, Caleb Wallace, Tho-mas Marshall.

17308-10-829-830-January 31, 1783: Third document. Fort Nelson issued rations for Capt. John Baley.

17309-10-829-830-January 12, 1783: Bortom document. Major George Walls order to Fort Nelson to issue rations for James Johnson, who was wounded during the expedition to Indian town.

17310-10-831-834-January 21, 1783: Top document. Duplicate filming. Major George Walls order to Fort Nelson to issue rations for James John-son, who was wounded during the expedition to Indian town.

17311-10-831-834-January 2, 1783: Second document. Duplicate filming. Lieut. Richard Clark order at New Holland to Fort Nelson to issue rations for 6 men going with George Rogers Clark.

17312-10-831-834-January 17, 1783: Third document. Duplicate filming. Major George Walls order to issue flour to a man going on command.

17313-10-835-838-January 1, 1783: Top document. Duplicate filming. Falls of Ohio issue bear meat. Names: Major George Walls.

17314-10-835-838-January 31, 1783: Second document. Duplicate filming. Fort Nelson issued 20 pounds of flour to Capt. Robert George.

17315-10-835-838-January 8, 1783: Third document. Duplicate filming. Rank and file ration list at Fort Nelson for troops commanded by major George Walls. Names: Capt. Robert George, Lieut. Abraham Chapline, Capt. John Baley, artificers, and indian prisoners.

17316-10-839-841-January 26, 1783: Top document. Duplicate filming. Shirts, shoes and stockings issued for company of Capt. John Baley.

17317-10-839-841-January 26, 1783: Second document. Duplicate filming. 27 shirts, shoes and stockings issued for company of Lieut. Abraham Chapline by Fort Nelson.

17318-10-839-841-January ?, 1783: Bortom document. Duplicate filming. Rations issued for Illinois Regiment commanded by Major George Walls.

17319-10-842-844-January 26, 1783: Top document. Duplicate filming. Major George Walls issued 10 pairs of shoes and 10 stockings for company of Capt. Robert George.

17320-10-842-844-January 26, 1783: Bortom document. Duplicate filming. Major George Walls issued 15 pairs of shoes and stockings for Lieut. Rich-ard Clark company.

17321-10-845-848-January 13, 1783: Top document. Duplicate filming. Extract from Journal of Executive for June 7, 1782. Reference to auditor, Jacob Myers, Chickasaw Indians, George Rogers Clark, Col. Brashear, Col. Crockett, Capt. Rowland.

17322-10-845-848-January 28, 1783: Second document. Duplicate filming. Major George Walls order to issue rations for conductor of military store. Names: Zephaniah Blackford.

17323-10-849-852-January 31, 1783: Top document. Duplicate filming. Beef, flour and salt ration issued for Capt. Abraham Chapline.

17324-10-849-852-January 25, 1783: Second document. Duplicate filming. Fort Nelson issued flour, beef and salt rations for Mrs. James Sherlock.

17325-10-849-852-January 16, 1783: Third document. Duplicate filming. Fort Nelson issued corn for horses. Names: John McDowell, Major George Walls.

17326-10-853-855-January 24, 1783: Top document. Duplicate filming. Rank and file ration list for troops of Major George Walls at Fort Nelson. Names: Capt. Robert George, Capt. John Baley, Capt. Abraham Chapline, artificers, indian prisoners.

17327-10-853-855-January ? , 1783: Second document on left. Duplicate filming. Rations issued for Lieut. Jarret Williams.

17328-10-853-855-January 17, 1783: Third document on right. Duplicate filming. Major George Walls order to Fort Nelson to issue 4 day rations for Mrs. James Sherlock.

17329-10-853-855-January 21, 1783: Bortom document. Duplicate filming. Major George Walls order to Fort Nelson to issue rations for Mrs. Sher-lock.

17330-10-856-858-January 12, 1783: Top document. Duplicate filming. Major George Walls issued 20 gallons of whiskey to George Rogers Clark.

17331-10-856-858-January 13, 1783: Second document. Duplicate filming. Fort Nelson issued paper for company of Capt. John Baley.

17332-10-856-858-January 12, 1783: Bortom document. Duplicate filming. Fort Nelson issued 2 pairs of shoes for company of Lieut. Richard Clark.

17333-10-859-860-January 16, 1783: Top document. Rations for Fort Nelson garrison commanded by Major George Walls. Companies: Capt. Robert George, Capt. John Baley, Capt. Abraham Chapline, indian prison-ers.

17334-10-859-860-January 10, 1783: Second document. Rations for Fort Nelson garrison commanded by Major George Walls. Companies: Capt. Robert George, Capt. John Baley, Capt. Abraham Chapline, artificers, indian prisoners.

17335-10-859-860-January 16, 1783: Bortom document. Fort Nelson is-sued powder and lead for defense of inhabitants. Names: Lieut. Richard Clark.

17336-10-861-862-January 9, 1783: Top document. Fort Nelson issued rations for use of Mrs. Sherlock. Names: Major George Walls.

17337-10-861-862-January 1, 1783: Second document. Certificates issued to Charles Gratiot for July 1, 783 to January 1, 1783.

17338-10-861-862-January 14, 1783: Bortom document. Major George Walls order to issue rations to Zephaniah Blackford.

17339-10-863-864-January 5, 1783: Top document. Capt. John Baley order for rations.

17340-10-863-864-January ?, 1783: Second document. Faded. Major George Walls.

17341-10-863-864-January ?, 1783: Third document. Rank and file rations for Illinois Regiment troops commanded by Major George Walls. Compa-nies of Capt. Robert George, Capt. John Baley, Capt. Abraham Chapline, artificers, indian prisoners.

17342-10-865-867-January 9, 1783: Top document. Duplicate filming. Corn issued for Ensign James Smith militia for guarding. Names: Will Thomas.

17343-10-865-867-January 11, 1783: Second document. Duplicate filming. Reference to auditors for state of Virginia, Fort Nelson and Illinois Regi-ment. Names: Lieut. Richard Clark, Philip Barbour.

17344-10-865-867-January 7, 1783: Third document on left. Duplicate filming. Major George Walls order to issue rations for conductor of mili-tary store. Names: Zephaniah Blackford.

17345-10-865-867-January 11, 1783: Fourth document on right. Duplicate filming. Major George Walls order to issue rations.

17346-10-865-867-January 12, 1783: Bortom document. Major George Walls order to issue rations.

BOX 645-FOLDER 178

MISC. PAPERS-JANUARY 1783

FRAMES #868-874

2 documents filmed on 2 frames.

17347-10-869-873-January 1783: Duplicate filming. Abstract of the com-missary from December 1781 to January 1783. Items: Beef, salt, venison, pork, flour.

17348-10-874-August 13, 1781: Payroll of Capt. Michael Catt company for June 28 to August 13, 1781. Monongalia [county] militia. Filed elsewhere.

BOX 645-FOLDER 179

LETTERS FEBRUARY 1783

FRAMES #875-910

7 documents filmed on-35 frames.

17349-10-876-February 2, 1783: Letter of Joseph Martin to Governor Harrison. Filed and printed elsewhere.

17350-10-877-February 6, 1783: Letter of David Sheppherd to Governor Harrison. Filed and printed elsewhere.

17351-10-878-February 11, 1783: Letter of Joseph Holmes to Governor Harrison. Filed and printed elsewhere.

17352-10-879-February 24, 1783: Letter of John Campbell to Governor Harrison. Oct. 29, 1782 letter of Valentine Dalton to George Rogers Clark. Filed and printed elsewhere.

17353-10-880-888-February 16, 1783: Duplicate filming. Rations issued at Fort Nelson for Illinois Regiment commanded by Major George Walls. Number of rations issued for officers and rank and file. Names: William Whitehead, Capt. John Baley, Capt. Abraham Chapline, Charles Evans, Reuben Camp, Robert Whitehead, David Bailey, Edward Johnston, John Telford, George Lewiston, Anthony Lumsford, John Johnson, John Morris, Joseph Cubbage, John Joynes, Peter Sheppherd, Isaac Yates, Sergeant Michael Miles. Letter of Major George Walls from Fort Nelson to George Rogers Clark.

17354-10-889-893-February 21, 1783: Duplicate filming. Letter of Major George Walls from Fort Nelson to George Rogers Clark at New Holland concerning Walls' duty to report the state of the garrison. Reference to opinion of officers, Major Williams, public store and indians.

17355-10-894-899-February 2, 1783: Duplicate filming. Report of Major George Walls for meeting of officers of Illinois Regiment at Fort Nelson to George Rogers Clark. Officers present for meeting were Capt. [Robert] George, Capt. [John] Baley, Capt. [Abraham] Chapline, Lieut. Richard Clark, Lieut. [Jarret] Williams, Lieut. William Clark.

17356-10-900-909-February 6, 1783: Duplicate filming. George Rogers Clark letter from Fort Vincent to William Fleming. Reference to bill of exchange, Oliver Pollock.

BOX 645-FOLDER 180

VOUCHERS FEBRUARY 1783

FRAMES #910-950

28 documents filmed on 40 frames.

17357-10-911-912-February 6, 1783: Inventory of quartermaster store, military store and commissary at Fort Nelson. List of items: muskets, rifles, balls, pistols, swords, holsters, belts, bayonets, bullet molds, magazines, cartridge boxes, pouches, collars, belly bands, cruppers, regimental coats, vests, shirts, stockings, shoes, ravensduck cloth, overalls, flour, beef, salt, mattocks, shovels, spades, axes, tomahawks, hand saws, whip saws, mill saws, cross saws, plows, augers, chisels, crow bars, camp kettles, pitch kettles, pad locks, bellows, hammers, wedges, chisels, hinges, horse collars, horse chains, bell collars, jack screws, stirrups, bags, galley, boats, cordage, caulking irons, mallets, hand grenades, cartridges, wipers, grapeshot, am-munition, nail tool, iron, steel, horses, wagons, mattocks. Names: James Finn, Major George Walls, Capt. Robert George, J. Moore.

17358-10-913-914-February 21, 1783: Martin Carney's memorandum of rifles delivered in Jefferson County for Illinois Regiment. Names: John Walker, Capt. Robert George, Sergeant Anderson, Capt. Worthington, Capt. John Baley, Ensign Laurence Slaughter, Capt. Leonard Helm.

17359-10-915-917-February 30, 1783: Top document. Major George Walls paid bounty money to John Johnston for becoming a soldier.

17360-10-915-917-February 3, 1783: Bortom document. Duplicate filming. Richard Winston certified he had taken 2200 pounds of flour from Pierre Dummond in the court district of Kaskaskia in May of 1780 for use of Major John Williams troops for expedition. Winston stated Dummond, who was a poor man with a large family, had not been paid. Portions of docu-ment written in French. Payment made August 14, 1783. Names: Samuel McDowell.

17361-10-918-920-February 13, 1783: Top document. Duplicate filming. Capt. John Baley and George Rogers Clark certified Peter Sheppherd had served 3 years as a soldier in the Illinois Regiment and had not received any pay.

17362-10-918-920-February 25, 1783: Bortom document. Duplicate film-ing. Commonwealth of Virginia account with James Patton. Jacob Pyeatt certified James Patton had supplied flour, buffalo beef and bear meat.

17363-10-921-924-February 28, 1783: Top document. Duplicate filming. Lieut. Richard Clark order to Major George Walls at Fort Nelson to issue a coat and vest for a man in Capt. Robert George artillery.

17364-10-921-924-February 13, 1783: Second document. Duplicate film-ing. Lieut. Richard Clark order to Major George Walls to issue a coat, vest, 2 shirts, 2 pair of stockings and 2 pairs of shoes for recruits of Capt. Robert George artillery.

17365-10-921-924-February 28, 1783: Bortom left document. Duplicate filming. Capt. Robert George order to issue a shirt, a pair of stockings and a pair of shoes for Josiah Smith.

17366-10-921-924-February 3, 1783: Bortom right document. Duplicate filming. Faded. Major George Walls issued a coat, vest, 2 shirts, stockings and shoes. Names: Capt. Robert George.

17367-10-925-928-February 3, 1783: Top document. Duplicate filming. Major George Walls at Fort Nelson issued a coat, vest and cap for a man in Capt. Robert George artillery. Names: Lieut. Richard Clark.

17368-10-925-928-February 20, 1783: Second document. Duplicate film-ing. William Bush supplied beef and venison to James Finn at Fort Nelson. Names: P. Moore.

17369-10-925-928-February 2, 1783: Third document. Duplicate filming. Major George Walls paid bounty money to Joseph Cubbage for joining as a soldier.

17370-10-925-928-February 3, 1783: Bortom document. Duplicate filming. Horse was lost in service. Names: William Bush, unable to read a name.

17371-10-929-932-February 4, 1783: Top document. Duplicate filming. Names: Benjamin Harrison, Capt. Rogers.

17372-10-929-932-February 26, 1783: Second document. Duplicate film-ing. Board of Commissioners at New Holland in Jefferson County settled 4 certificates given by George Rogers Clark. Names: John McGar, T. Mar-shall, Caleb Wallace, W. Fleming.

17373-10-929-932-February 12, 1783: Third document. Duplicate filming. Major George Walls at Fort Nelson issued 2 pairs of shoes for Capt. Robert George company.

17374-10-933-936-February 1, 1783: Top document. Duplicate filming. Appraisement of horse at Fort Nelson. Reference to flour for troops. Names: Major George Walls, Benjamin Roberts, John Donne, John Hall.

17375-10-933-936-February 10, 1783: Second document. Duplicate film-ing. State of Virginia owed John Johnston for bounty money for enlistment as soldier. Reference to Col. Bowman's station in Lincoln County on March 22, 1783, William Fleming, Samuel McDowell, and Major George Walls, David Jones.

17376-10-933-936-February 6, 1783: Bortom document. Duplicate filming. Names: William Elms.

17377-10-937-939-February 23, 1783: Top document. Duplicate filming. John McGarr went on express to Falls of Ohio. Verso is receipt for tobacco.

17378-10-937-939-February 15, 1783: Second document. Duplicate film-ing. Major George Walls and George Rogers Clark certified Caesar, a negro of the estate of James Robertson, had worked as an artificer for the state of Virginia from August 25, 1782 until February 15, 1783 at Fort Nelson.

17379-10-937-939-February 20, 1783: Third document. Duplicate filming. Venison and bear meat supplied. Names: William Bush, James Finn, J. Moore.

17380-10-940-941-February 7, 1783: Top document. Major George Walls paid bounty money to John Jones for enlistment as soldier.

17381-10-940-941-February 5, 1783: Second document. William Bush and company supplied 612 pounds of beef and 100 pounds of bear meat for use of troops at Fort Nelson. Names: James Finn.

17382-10-940-941-February 10, 1783: Third document. Oath made before justice of peace for Jefferson County concerning lost horse during expedi-tion against the indians. Names: Samuel Smyth, George Rogers Clark.

17383-10-942-945-February 24, 1783: Top document. Duplicate filming. George Rogers Clark and Morias Hansbrough certified John McGarr went on express in September of 1782 from the Falls of Ohio to Fort Vincent and was entitled for pay.

17384-10-942-945-February 27 1783: Bortom document. Duplicate film-ing. State of Virginia account with John Rogers. Entries from August 1778 to June 31, 1779. Reference to calvary, infantry, rations.

17385-10-946-950-February 3, 1783: Duplicate filming. State of Virginia account with Patrick Kennedy for supplying beef and venison to Lieut. Col. John Montgomery of the Illinois Regiment at Fort Clark. Reference to bill of exchange. Names: George Rogers Clark, John Williams.

BOX 645-FOLDER 181

LETTERS MARCH 1783

FRAMES #951-962

3-documents filmed on 11 frames.

17386-10-952-March 5, 1783: Letter of David Sheppherd to Governor Harrison. Filed and printed elsewhere.

17387-10-953-March 14, 1783: Letter of Pat Lockhart to Governor Harrison. Filed and printed elsewhere.

17388-10-954-March 15, 1783: Letter of Dorsey Peutecost to Governor Harrison. Filed and printed elsewhere.

17389-10-955-962-March 25, 1783: Duplicate filming. Letter of George Rogers Clark to Major [Robert] George. Reference to militia, Ohio, indi-ans, Wabash Indians,

17389-10-955-962-March 25, 1783-Continued: settlement, Fort Vincent, government, county lieutenants, troops, privates, Shawnee Indians, Col. Floyd, Shawnee Town, negroes, exchange of prisoners, treaty.

BOX 645-FOLDER 182

VOUCHERS-MARCH 1783

FRAMES #963-1108

121 documents filmed on 15577 frames.

17390-10-964-965-February 20, 1783: State of Virginia account with Han-nah Breading of Jefferson County for making shirts for Capt. [John] Baley company, Capt. [Edward] Worthington company, and Capt. [Richard] Brashear. Names: Morias Hansborough.

17391-10-966-967-March 25, 1783: Appraisement of horses, blankets and saddles in Lincoln County. Names: Portwood Page, Sergeant William Millar, Dodson Thorp, Benjamin Logan, Benjamin Martin.

17392-10-968-969-March 2, 1783: Abstract of rations issued for Lincoln County Militia by Stephen Trigg. Names: William Fleming.

17393-10-970-971-March 25, 1783: Appraisement of Lincoln County Militia horses, which were lost at Capt. Estill's defeat on March 23, 1783. Names: John Moore, John Berry, Stephen Hancock, William Millar, Robert Harris, Benjamin Logan.

17394-10-972-973-March 5, 1783: Top document. Capt. Robert George certified John Hacker was

17394-10-972-973-March 5, 1783-Continued: entitled for full pay for 1780, 1781, and 1782 and for clothing of coat, overalls, shirts, shoes, vest and stockings. Names: David Glen, Major George Walls. Hacker was dis-charged at Fort Nelson after serving as soldier in the Illinois Regiment and in Capt. Robert George's company of artillery.

17395-10-972-973-March 14, 1783: Bortom document. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Nelson for swords and belts for 2 sergeants in his company. Names: James Moore.

17396-10-974-977-February 22, 1783: Top document. Duplicate filming. John McDowell certified Margaret Abbott, widow of soldier William Spangler was entitled pay for rations furnished. Names: Daniel Brohead, John Donne.

17397-10-974-977-March 12, 1783: Second document. Duplicate filming. John McDowell at Lexington certified Col. Levi Todd was due payment. Verso is dated May 21, 1783 and has reference to certificates and James Hawkins.

17398-10-974-977-March 28, 1783: Bortom document. Duplicate filming. Reference to 7 week rent for house at New Holland in Jefferson County. Names: Alexander Bryant, John Voris.

17399-10-978-980-March 9, 1783: Top document. Duplicate filming. Lin-coln County. Reference to express and expense of Martin Carney to Rich-mond. Names: Caleb Wallace.

17400-10-978-980-March ?, 1783: Second document. Duplicate filming. Incomplete. Philip Barbour paid interpreter for Illinois Regiment.

17401-10-978-980-March 12, 1783: Third document. Duplicate filming. Reference to pay roll at Lexington. Names: Lieut. Francis McDonald, John McDowell.

17402-10-981-984-No Date: Top document. Duplicate filming. Reference to bill drawn by Lieut. Col. John Montgomery in favor of Oliver Pollock. Portions written in French.

17403-10-981-984-March 21, 1783: Second document. Duplicate filming. Appraisement of horse lost at defeat of Blue Lick in Licking [County]. Names: Benjamin Cooper?, Hugh McGarry, unable to read a name.

17404-10-981-984-March 11, 1783: Bortom document. Duplicate filming. John McDowell at Lexington received John Pleak's payroll from march 25 to June 15, 1781.

17405-10-985-988-March ?, 1783: Top document. Duplicate filming. Faded. Names: Zephaniah Blackford, Philip Barbour, William Bush, George Rogers Clark.

17406-10-985-988-March 7, 1783: Bortom document. Duplicate filming. Appraisement of lost horse. Names: James Davis, William Hayes, Laur-ence Smith, Philimon Waters.

17407-10-989-990-June 26, 1779: Top document. Request to Governor of Virginia to pay Nicholas Perrot for money advanced by him at Fort Vin-cennes.

17408-10-989-990-March 12, 1783: Second document. Capt. John Baley order to Major George Walls to issue duck cloth to Sergeant Joynes, who was in the infantry.

17409-10-989-990-March 2, 1783: Bortom document. Fort Nelson issued paper to Sergeant Michael Miles.

17410-10-991-992-March 15, 1783: Top document. Written in French. Names: John Todd.

17411-10-991-992-March 12, 1783: Second document. Paper issued to Sergeant Michael Miles.

17412-10-991-992-March 12, 1783: Third document. Major George Walls issued a scale to Sergeant John Joynes for the Illinois country.

17413-10-991-992-March 12, 1783: Bortom document. Fort Nelson issued powder for use of Jim Strange. Names: Capt. Robert George.

17414-10-993-994-March 20, 1783: Top document. Capt. Robert George order to issue powder and lead for use of 2 men. Names: Moses Lunsford.

17415-10-993-994-March 9, 1783: Second document. Major George Walls order to issue powder and lead.

17416-10-993-994-March 30, 1783: Third document. Major George Walls order to issue powder and lead to William Bush.

17417-10-993-994-March 12, 1783: Bortom document. Capt. John Baley order to issue powder and lead.

17418-10-995-996-March 26, 1783: Top document. State of Virginia ac-count with John Floyd for his service as a colonel in the expedition against the Shawnee indians.

17419-10-995-996-March 8, 1783: Second document. Major George Walls order to issue powder, lead and flint for 3 men going hunting. Names: William Thomson.

17420-10-995-996-March 9, 1783: Third document. Major George Walls order to Fort Nelson to issue flints. Unable to read name.

17421-10-997-998-March 17, 1783: Top document. Capt. John Baley order to Fort Nelson to issue powder and lead to Christopher Kiene.

17422-10-997-998-March 24, 1783: Second document. Deposition of Christopher Horn that he had

17423-10-997-998-march 24, 1783-Continued: enlisted August 7, 1781 with Lieut. Perault of the Illinois Regiment to serve as a soldier during the War and that he had not received his bounty. Names: Major Gabriel Madi-son, William Fleming, Samuel McDowell, Caleb Wallace.

17424-10-997-998-March 24, 1783: Bortom document. William Fleming, Samuel McDowell and Caleb Wallace reported the Lincoln Board of Commissioners owed bounty money to Christopher Horn, who had served in Capt. [John] Baley's company of Illinois Regiment.

17425-10-999-1001-March 22, 1783: Top document in 2 parts. Sergeant John McDowell reported to Col. Bowman that payment is due Sergeant Elms for buffalo beef.

17426-10-999-1001-March 12, 1783: Second document. Names: John Floyd, John McDowell.

17427-10-999-1001-March 24, 1783: Third document. William Fleming, Samuel McDowell and Caleb Wallace of Lincoln County Board of Com-missioners that payment was due to John Coldwater of Capt. John Baley of Illinois Regiment. Names: Samuel Watkins, Peter Newton, Mark Thomas, James Branden.

17428-10-1002-1005-March 4, 1783: Top document. Duplicate filming. Major George Walls paid bounty money to soldier William Bush.

17429-10-1002-1005-March 2, 1783: Second document on left. Faded. Incomplete. Kaskaskia. Capt. Henry.

17430-10-1002-1005-March ?, 1783: Third document on right. Duplicate filming. Incomplete. Meat.

17431-10-1002-1005-March ?, 1783: Bortom document. Incomplete. Du-plicate filming. Letter to George Rogers Clark from Capt. Henry J. Smith.

17432-10-1006-1009-March 14, 1783: Top document. Duplicate filming. Bounty money for enlistment of soldiers John Joynes, John Morris, Wil-liam Bush, Joseph Coubage, Henry Allen, John Armstrong, John Johnston.

17433-10-1006-1009-March 17, 1783: Second document. Duplicate film-ing. Colonel George Slaughter account. Reference to horses. Names: Bland Ballard, Caleb Wallace.

17434-10-1006-1009-March 28, 1783: Bortom document. Duplicate film-ing. State of Virginia account with Major John Crittenden. Reference to pay, shirts, stockings, shoes, duck cloth, and tobacco.

17435-10-1010-1013-March 14, 1783: Top document. Duplicate filming. John Crittenden at Fort Nelson indicated bounty money was due to William Pique, John Coldwater, Frederick Ruth, Christopher Keenar, George Rupord and names appeared on pay roll of Capt. Gerault.

17436-10-1010-1013-March 29, 1783: Second document. Duplicate film-ing. Will Shannon certified horses supplied had died or had drown.

17437-10-1010-1013-February 26, 1783: Third document. Duplicate film-ing. Appraisement of lost horse in Jefferson County. Reference to Boone's station. Names: John Hughes, John McManus, John McCraig, Thomas Curry, Capt. Richard Chinoweth.

17438-10-1014-1017-March 3, 1783: Top document. Duplicate filming. Major George Walls issued flints for his use.

17439-10-1014-1017-March 12, 1783: Second document. Duplicate film-ing. Paper issued for Capt. Robert George.

17440-10-1014-1017-February 3, 1783: Bortom document. Duplicate filming. Major George Walls issued flour at Fort Nelson in exchange for a horse owned by John Hall.

17441-10-1018-1021-February 16, 1783: Top document. Duplicate filming. Powder and lead issued to Major George Walls.

17442-10-1018-1021-Feb. 14, 1783: Second document. Duplicate filming. Major George Walls order to issue powder and lead for Lieut. Richard Clark.

17443-10-1018-1021-No Date: Third document on left. Duplicate filming. Major George Walls order to issue powder, lead and flints for men going hunting. Names: Zephaniah Blackford.

17444-10-1018-1021-No Date: Fourth document on right. Duplicate film-ing. Faded. Major George Walls order for powder, lead and flints. Names: Capt. John Baley.

17445-10-1018-1021-February 26, 1783: Bortom document. Duplicate filming. Faded. Names: Major George Walls.

17446-10-1022-1023-February 23, 1783: Top document. Lieut. Richard Clark order to issue powder and lead to James Hellebrand to hunt for George Rogers Clark.

17447-10-1022-1023-February 19, 1783: Second document. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Nelson to issue a musket, belt, cartridge box and cartridges to William Patchett?

17448-10-1022-1023-January 25, 1783: Third document. George Rogers Clark certified John Cardine came on express from Fort Vincent to Falls of Ohio in March of 1780 and was entitled to pay. William Fleming, Thomas Marshall, Samuel McDowell, and Caleb Wallace of Jefferson county ap-proved payment.

17449-10-1024-1027-February 27, 1783: Top document. Duplicate filming. Capt. John Baley order to issue a shirt, pair of stockings and a pair of shoes for a soldier.

17450-10-1024-1027-February 27, 1783: Second document. Duplicate filming. George Rogers Clark order for 3 cruppers for his use.

17451-10-1024-1027-February 3, 1783: Third document. Duplicate film-ing. Major George Walls order to issue a musket, bayonet belt, cartridge box and cartridges to Sergeant William Mitchell of Capt. Robert George artillery company.

17452-10-1024-1027-July 12, 1782: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Appraisement of lost horse owned by Jonathan Cunningham. Names: Capt. Briscoe, Thomas Whitledge?, Andrew Beasery?

17453-10-1028-1029-March 6, 1783: Top document. Capt. John Baley order to Fort Nelson to issue a coat, jacket, shirt and pair of shoes for a soldier.

17454-10-1028-1029-February 24, 1783: Second document. Capt. Abra-ham Chapline order to issue 12 cartridges to Page Portwood.

17455-10-1028-1029-January 25, 1783: Third document. Appraisement of horse owned by Thomas McCarty and taken by the indians. Names: Tho-mas Curry, John McManus.

17456-10-1028-1029-February 28, 1783: Bortom left document. Faded. Cartridges.

17457-10-1028-1029-February 26, 1783: Bortom right document. Faded. Major George Walls order for powder and lead.

17458-10-1030-1033-January 13, 1783: Top document. Duplicate filming. Appraisement of rifle, powder, saddle and pouch taken by indians. Names: John Hughes, John McManus, John McCraige, Capt. Richard Chinoweth, John Floyd.

17459-10-1030-1033-No Date: Second document. Duplicate filming. Faded. Unable to read words. Names: Capt. Abraham Chapline.

17460-10-1030-1033-February 1, 1783: Third document. Duplicate film-ing. Lieut. Richard Clark order to Fort Nelson to issue powder and lead to James Hellebrand.

17461-10-1030-1033-No Date: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Faded. Unable to read.

17462-10-1034-1037-February 5, 1783: Top document. Duplicate filming. Peter Coleman made an oath before Jefferson County Justice of Peace John Floyd that Dominick Flannigan had returned from his captivity in Canada to Ohio about the first of December of 1781.

17463-10-1034-1037-February 9, 1783: Second document. Duplicate filming. Incomplete. Reference to pack horses, saddles, guns and other articles lost. Names: David Campbell, Albert Banta, William Galloway, Samuel Culbertson, John Voris, James Welch.

17464-10-1034-1037-February 2, 1783: Bortom document. Duplicate filming. James Finn at Fort Nelson certified Capt. Girault was chargeable with 30 pounds of beef, which was above his rations.

17465-10-1038-1042-February 27, 1783: Top document. Duplicate filming. Jefferson County Justice of Peace John Floyd reported Daniel Sullivan and Robert Floyd made oaths that they had sold public horses.

17466-10-1038-1042-February 2, 1783: Bortom document. Duplicate filming. Major George Walls issued a pair of stockings and pair of shoes to Reuben Camp.

17467-10-1043-1046-February 25, 1783: Top document. Duplicate filming. State of Virginia account with Margaret Pindergast for billeting of soldiers. Names: George Rogers Clark.

17468-10-1043-1046-February 20, 1783: Bortom document. Duplicate filming. Major George Walls at Fort Nelson issued a shirt, pair of shoes and stockings to J. Moore.

17469-10-1047-1048-February 10, 1782: Voucher numbers 19-23 payable to Edward Parker, Sergeant William Elms, William Thomson, Moses Luns-ford, Joseph Smith.

17470-10-1049-February 15, 1783: Bill of exchanges for Fort Patrick Henry. Names: Leonard Helm, Lieut. Richard Clark, Sam Hawes, Will Shannon, Major Godefroy Linctot, Mr. Bosseron.

17471-10-1050-February 15, 1783: Bill of exchanges payable to Capt. Langtot [Godefroy Linctot. Names: Will Shannon, Lieut. Richard Clark, George Rogers Clark, Sam Hawes, Fort Clark.

17472-10-1051-May 16, 1783: Bill of exchanges payable to Major [Gode-froy Linctot]. Reference to taffia, indians, boarding of soldiers, flour, to-bacco, vermillion, and Fort Vincennes. Names: Charles Dany, Ambroise Demers, Mr. Perault, and Dominique Borgan.

17473-10-1052-May 17, 1781: Vouchers of account of Major Godefroy Linctot. Items: taffia, tobacco, corn. Names: Pierre Cournoyer, Mr. Perault.

17474-10-1053-April 5, 1783: Vouchers of Major Godefroy Linctot. Ref-erence to work done by blacksmith Joseph Samourey? Reference to indi-ans, guns.

17475-10-1054-May 17, 1783: Vouchers of Major Godefroy Linctot. Ref-erence to work done by blacksmith Joseph Samourey? at Fort Vincennes.

17476-10-1055-May 17, 1783: Vouchers of Major Godefroy Linctot. Ref-erence to corn for Ottawa Indians, blankets, shirts, boarding, taffia, indians, pistols, rifle at Fort Vincennes. Names: Mr. Cournoyer, Mr. Huberdeau.

17477-10-1056-1057-September 2, 1781: Vouchers of Major Godefroy Linctot. Reference to indians, taffia, sugar, coffee, boarding, interpreters, tobacco, Saco indians, Kickapoo indians, Cahos, Potawatomi indians, Fort Vincennes, St. Louis. Names: Ambroise Dumace, J. M Papine, Mr. Beauton, Mr. Mallett, Mr. Chapeau.

17478-10-1058-February 15, 1783: Capt. John Baley wrote from Fort Vincennes September 2, 1781 to

17478-10-1058-February 15, 1783-Continued: Major Godefroy Linctot and indicated it was necessary to use Linctot's supply of taffia for his own troops.

17479-10-1059-1060-February 15, 1783: State of Virginia account with Daniel Maurice Godefroy Linctot for expenditures made on behalf of the state of Virginia for allies of friendly indians. First dated entry January 31, 1781. Items: taffia. Names: Charles Damy, Ambroise Dionay, Dominque Borgan, Pierre Cournoyer, Mr. Samourey?, Mr. Dumay, Joseph Marne?, Samuel Hawes. Reference to Fort Vincennes.

17480-10-1061-February 15, 1783: Bills of exchange sent from Falls of Ohio October 14, 1780 payable to Monsieur Carbonneaux. Reference to Treasurer of Virginia, Illinois Department, George Rogers Clark, Will Shannon, Samuel Hawes.

17481-10-1062-February 15, 1783: Bill of exchange No. 7 sent from Fort Clark June 25, 1779 to Treasurer of Virginia and payable to Monsieur Janist, who had furnished supplied for troops stationed in Illinois. Names: Will Shannon, Lieut. Richard Clark. Bill of exchange No. 8 sent from Fort Patrick Henry August 11, 1779 to Treasurer of Virginia and payable to Mr. Joseph Anderson, who had gone on express from Kaskaskia to Kentucky. Names: Will Shannon, Samuel Hawes.

17482-10-1063-February 15, 1783: Certificate No. 1: Lieut. Col. John Montgomery and Patt Kennedy certified at Kaskaskia September 30, 1780 that Pierre Doron had furnished liquor for the Indian Department. Certifi-cate No. 2: Patt Kennedy certified at Fort Clark August 28, 1780 that Mon-sieur Forando had furnished supplies for troops of Virginia. Certificate No. 3: Valentine Thomas Dalton certified at Fort Patrick Henry April 4, 1780 that Pierre Mallett had supplied a hogshead of taffia for use of friendly indians. Names: Samuel Hawes.

17483-10-1064-February 15, 1783: Samuel Hawes certified following four certificates were true copies of the original. Certificate No. 4: Valentine Thomas Dalton certified May 20, 1780 at Fort Patrick Henry that Joseph Andre had supplied 12 bottles of taffia, 2 bushels of corn and a hog for friendly indians. Certificate No. 5: Valentine Thomas Dalton certified April 5, 1780 at For Vincennes that Joseph Andre had supplied for Chief of Delaware Indians. Certificate No. 6: Abraham Chapline certified December 18, 1778 at Fort Bowman that Monsieur Ontwine had supplied wood for use of the troops at Cahos. Certificate No. 7: Abraham Chapline certified Dec. 18, 1778 at Fort Bowman that Mr. Bellow had supplied wood for use of troops at Cahos.

17484-10-1065-No Date: Vouchers for Mr. Gratiot account.

17485-10-1066-1067-February 26, 1783: Top document. George Rogers Clark certified Benjamin Pope had furnished a cow in June of 1782 for use of troops at Falls of Ohio.

17486-10-1066-1067-February 17, 1783: Second document in two parts. Invoice of regimental stores in the care of Major George Walls at Fort Nelson. Items: 34 regimental coats, 23 damaged regimental coats, 13 vests, 9 shirts, 107 pairs of stockings, 171 pairs of shoes, 37 yards of ravins duck cloth, writing paper and 3 pairs of damaged overalls.

17487-10-1068-1071-February 4, 1783: Top document. Duplicate filming. Sergeant John McDowell at New Holland certified Dominick Flanigan was a soldier in the Illinois Regiment of Capt. [Abraham] Kellar's company, when he was taken prisoner and returned from captivity to Falls of Ohio May 9, 1779 and that he was due pay for 996 days.

17488-10-1068-1071-February 6, 1783: Second document. Duplicate filming. Bill of exchange dated November 29, 1782 and sent by Daniel Clark to Treasurer of Virginia for payment to Benjamin Harrison. Refer-ence to Council and General Assembly of Virginia and Daniel Ross.

17489-10-1068-1071-February 28, 1783: Bortom document. Duplicate filming. Reference to corn and George Rogers Clark.

17490-10-1072-1075-February 28, 1783: Top document. Duplicate filming. Shirt and stockings issued to George Rogers Clark.

17491-10-1072-1075-February 28, 1783: Second document. Duplicate filming. Bushel of corn, horse shoes and surcingle issue to George Rogers Clark.

17492-10-1072-1075-February 28, 1783: Third document. Duplicate film-ing. George Rogers Clark issued salt to Major George Walls.

17493-10-1072-1075-March 31, 1783: Bortom document. Duplicate film-ing. Major George Walls issued 36 pounds of lead for use of military store at Fort Nelson in the Western Department. Names: Zephaniah Blackford.

17494-10-1076-1079-March 24, 1783: Top document. Duplicate filming. William Fleming, Samuel McDowell and Caleb Wallace of Lincoln County Board of Commissioners certified Frederick Rath of Capt. [John] Baley company was due payment.

17495-10-1076-1079-March 24, 1783: Second document. Duplicate film-ing. William Fleming, Samuel McDowell and Caleb Wallace of Lincoln County Board of Commissioners certified Christopher Kina of Capt. [John] Baley company of the Illinois Regiment was due bounty money.

17496-10-1076-1079-March 8, 1783: Third document. Duplicate filming. Reference to horse and saddle taken at Blue Lick. James Allen, brother of Elijah Allen, who was killed at Blue Lick. Names: Alexander Robinson, Hugh McGarry, William Griffin, James Cox.

17497-10-1080-1083-March ?, 1783: Top document. Duplicate filming. Reference to battle at Blue Lick, guns, saddles, blankets. Names: James Allen, Alexander Robinson, Hugh McGarry, William Means, James Ham-lin, William Griffin, James Cox.

17498-10-1080-1083-March 28, 1783: Second document. Duplicate film-ing. Board of Lincoln County Commissioners. Names: Col. John Bowman, John McDowell, Capt. Benjamin Roberts.

17499-10-1080-1083-March 6, 1783: Bortom document. Duplicate filming. William Fleming paid John Floyd for 2 bags of corn for horses.

17500-10-1084-1086-March 30, 1783: Top document. Duplicate filming. Lexington. Names: Hugh Thompson, William Fleming. Unable to read name.

17501-10-1084-1086-March 31, 1783: Second document. Duplicate film-ing. William Fleming paid William Simpson for shoeing horses.

17502-10-1084-1086-February 26, 1783: Third document. Duplicate film-ing. Thomas Marshall and Caleb Wallace reported that state of Virginia owed payment to Benjamin Pope, who had supplied iron for use of troops at Fort Nelson and Louisville. Names: Philip Barbour.

17503-10-1084-1086-March 25, 1783: Bortom document. State of Virginia account with James Finn. Reference to Lincoln County.

17504-10-1087-1088-March 1, 1783: Incomplete. Names: James Sherlock.

17505-10-1089-1096-Abstract from Capt. William Shannon's vouchers of sundry expenditures in the Illinois Department. Dated entries from June 4, 1780-May 28, 1781. Items and services: rum, boats, beef, horses, salt, rent of store, whiskey, taffia, corn, flour, flat bottom boat, canoes, wagons, barrels, express, saddle, brandy, barges, indian meal, deer skins, cheese, butter, bear meat, planks, tar. Names: Gidion Jarrat, Matthew Willey, Wil-liam Minurtry, Mary Christy. George Wilson, Daniel Standeford, Jacob Mires, David Douglas, Margaret Pendergrass, James Sullivan, Thomas McGee, Jacob Vanmeter, Thomas Bull, John Folkes, William Pope, Morias Hansborough, William Provance, John Phillips, Monsieur Carbonneaux, John Floyd, Aquilla Whitaker, John Handley, Thomas Vickroy, David Standeford, Dennis Springer, Thomas McCarty, Moses Kuykendall, Isaac Kellar, Uriah Johnson, John Asturgus, Hardy Hill, Willis Green, Samuel Culbertson, Robert Taylor, James Asturgus, Jacob Pyeatt, Galloway and Mitchell, James Galloway, James Wright, John Miller, Benjamin Price, Samuel Hinch, Jarret Williams, Isaac Morrison, James Keller, John Howe, Richard Loyde, Jonathan Rogers,

17505-10-1089-1096-Continued: James Brown, Graves Wapshot, James Dunbar, Samuel Martin, Martin Hardin, Francis Adams, Ben Applegate, Daniel Sullivan, Samuel Wells, David Hart, Leonard Helm, Philip Long, Thomas Holhman, James Stevenson, Samuel Martin, Edward Dougherty, Richard Chinoweth, George Pomery, John Johnson, Charles Charloville, William Shannon, Benjamin Hook, Col. John Floyd, William Spangler, James Quirthomis, Pere Anterljoi?, Francis Bosseron, Patt Kennedy, Pat-rick Kennedy.

17506-10-1097-1098-March 29, 1783: John McDowell at Col. Bowman's received book of issues with vouchers from Commissary William Shannon and Quartermaster Benjamin Bingoman. Provisions listed: flour, corn, pork, beef, butter, buffalo, salt, taffia, tallow, grease, whiskey, meal, oxen, cows, venison, and vinegar. Names: John Marney, Zephaniah Blackford, T. Vickroy, ?, Wilson.

17507-10-1099-1100-December 23, 1783: State of Virginia for the Cana-dian prisoners to Joseph Holmes. Cash and various payments. Reference to wood and journey to Botetourt County, wives and children and rent for 2 rooms. Names: Frazer J. Berry; James McCollough; John Daugherty, wife and children; Jacob Kelby; George Roberts; Michael Allason; Henry Beatty; Abraham Lovine; Andre Bardsall, wife and children; James Tinnal; Joseph Snapp; John Gildefeld; John Waters; David Kennedy; Edward Smith; George Onacker.

17508-10-1101-1104-March 29, 1783: John McDowell at Col. Bowman's received abstract of quartermaster stores from Quartermaster General Wil-liam Shannon. Items: powder, lead, flints, cannon cartridges, grapeshot, corking irons, pouches, tents, kettles, boats, oars, pick axes, spades, iron, nails, water buckets, bags, candles, tar, bridles, paper, tobacco, iron wedge, salt peter, muskets, bayonets, piroagues (dug out canoe) steel, tallow, oil, hinges, saws, rope, cable, iron hoops, brass charger, swivel carriages, can-non wipers. Names: Patrick Kennedy, John Read, Lieut. Wilson, Zephaniah Blackford, Andrew Steele.

17509-10-1105-1108-February 4, 1783: Top document. Duplicate filming. Capt. John Todd paid $12 per bottle for taffia at the tavern at Fort Vincent in July and August of 1779 but believed others paid more if they did not stay at the tavern. Names: Samuel McDowell.

17510-10-1105-1108-February 25, 1783: Second document. Duplicate filming. William Fleming certified David Glen and Peter Coleman went on express from Natchez to Falls of Ohio from December 17, 1779 to March 17, 1780. David Glen was issued a certificate for pay from George Rogers Clark and it was sent to Col. John Todd for payment but he lost the certifi-cate. Names: Thomas Marshall, Caleb Wallace.

17511-10-1105-1108-March 20, 1783: Bortom document. Duplicate film-ing. Isaac Ruddell certified he, George Ruddell, James Ruddell and John Ruddell were issued rifles, which were taken by the enemy.

BOX 645-FOLDER 183

LETTERS APRIL 1783

FRAMES #1109-1113

4 documents filmed on 4 frames.

17512-10-1110-April 1, 1783: Letter of Arthur Campbell to Governor Harrison. Filed elsewhere.

17513-10-1111-April 4, 1783: Letter of David Shepherd to Governor Harrison. Filed elsewhere.

17514-10-1112-April 13, 1783: Letter of Isaac Cox to William Davis. Filed and printed elsewhere.

17515-10-1113-April 14, 1783: Letter of Joseph Martin to Governor Harrison. Filed and printed elsewhere.

BOX 646-FOLDER 184

VOUCHERS APRIL 1783

FRAMES #1114-1152

38 documents filmed on 38 frames.

17516-10-1115-1118-April 2, 1783: Top document. Duplicate filming. Land Office Treasury Warrant No. 15250 issued to Michael Ryan? for 2,000 acres in consideration of 3,200 pounds money.

17517-10-1115-1118-April 10, 1783: Bortom document. Duplicate filming. Travis Booton, a soldier in the Illinois Troop of Light Dragoons, was dis-charged after serving 2 years. During his service, he conducted himself as a good and faithful soldier. Discharge at Fredericksburg Feb. 14, 1782. Note indicated he had not received any pay for service. Names: Capt. John Rogers.

17518-10-1119-1120-March 5, 1783: Top document. Major George Walls paid bounty money to John Armstrong.

17519-10-1119-1120-April ?, 1783: Second document in two parts. Capt. Abraham Chapline order to issue Sergeant William Elms the following clothing: coat, waistcoat, 2 pairs of overalls, a hat 3 pairs of shoes and stockings.

17520-10-1119-1120-March 24, 1783: Bortom document. John McDowell at Col. Bowman's approved payment for buffalo meat supplied by William Thomson. Names: Thomas Marshall, Caleb Wallace.

17521-10-1121-1124-April 12, 1783: Top document. Duplicate filming. Reference to Zephaniah Blackford as conductor of the military store at Fort Nelson. Names: Caleb Wallace.

17522-10-1121-1124-April 14, 1783: Second document on left. Duplicate filming. Receipt from commissary for flour. Names: Pierre Dummond.

17523-10-1121-1124-June 9, 1783: Third document on right. Duplicate filming. Receipt for flour. Names: Major John Williams, Frederick S. Guion.

17524-10-1121-1124-April 26, 1783: Fourth document. Duplicate filming. Fort Nelson issued shoes for Sergeant Michael Miles.

17525-10-1121-1124-April 6, 1783: Bortom document. Duplicate filming. Faded. Names: Travis Boston, Capt. Abraham Chapline. Unable to read a name.

17526-10-1125-1128-April 10, 1783: Top document. Duplicate filming. Reference to Greenbrier militia, Capt. James Armstrong. George Rogers Clark and William Man.

17527-10-1125-1128-April 13, 1783: Second document. Duplicate filming. Fort Nelson issued a pair of shoes to Capt. John Baley.

17528-10-1125-1128-April 15, 1783: Third document. Duplicate filming. Major George Walls issued duck cloth to Sergeant William Mitchell.

17529-10-1125-1128-April 17, 1783: Bortom document. Duplicate filming. Commonwealth of Virginia payment for service of Capt. Abraham Chap-lain for Jan. 16, 1782 to April 17, 1783.

17530-10-1129-1132-April 14, 1783: Top document. Duplicate filming. State of Illinois payment for service of Lieut. Jarret Williams from January of 1782 to April 14, 1783.

17531-10-1129-1132-April 13, 1783: Second document. Duplicate filming. Capt. John Baley order to issue 4 yards of ravens duck cloth to Sergeant Major Alexander Frazer of the Illinois Regiment.

17532-10-1129-1132-April 25, 1783: Bortom document. Duplicate filming. State of Virginia pay for Robert Witt from July 1782 to April 25, 1783.

17533-10-1133-1136-April 28, 1784: Top document. Duplicate filming. Major George Walls at Fort Nelson issued 3 pairs of shoes, 2 pairs of stockings, and vest as part payment for waggoner William Pique.

17534-10-1133-1136-April 30, 1784: Second document. Duplicate filming. Major George Walls at Fort Nelson issued a pair of shoes to John Donne.

17535-10-1133-1136-April 30, 1784: Third document. Duplicate filming. Major George Walls issued a shirt for Michael Miller, who was a recruit in Capt. Robert George company of artillery.

17536-10-1133-1136-April 27, 1783: Bortom document. Duplicate filming. Fort Nelson issued 118 pounds of cordage for part payment to Thomas James, who had supplied flour for troops. Names: Major George Walls, M. Tupson.

17537-10-1137-1138-April 12, 1783: Top document. William Fleming paid Caleb Wallace for expense in the Western Department.

17538-10-1137-1138-April 12, 1783: Second document. William Fleming paid Samuel McDowell for expense in the Western Department.

17539-10-1137-1138-April 30, 1783: Third document. Major George Walls issued a blanket to Richard Miller, who was a recruit in Capt. Robert George artillery company.

17540-10-1137-1138-March 6, 1783: Fourth document. Col. William Fleming in Lincoln County paid Caleb Wallace for expense in the Western Department.

17541-10-1137-1138-April 3, 1783: Bortom document. William Fleming paid for 36 days of board and room, 10 days of pasture, fire wood and hauling, buffalo meat and corn. Names: John Bowman, Isaac Stephens.

17542-10-1139-1140-December 3, 1783: Top document. Names: Philip Barbour, Major George Walls, Fort Nelson.

17543-10-1139-1140-February 6, 1783: Second document. Reference to voucher of Capt. Edward Worthington, Falls of Ohio and George Rogers Clark.

17544-10-1139-1140-April 4, 1783: Bortom document. State of Virginia account with Zephaniah Blackford for service as conductor of military store of Western Department. Names: George Rogers Clark.

17545-10-1141-1142-March 16, 1783: Top document. William Fleming of Lincoln County paid Samuel McDowell for expenses in the Western De-partment.

17546-10-1141-1142-April 17, 1783: Second document. William Fleming paid Benjamin Logan for corn and board. Names: Caleb Wallace.

17547-10-1141-1142-April 6, 1783: Third document. William Fleming paid Mary Trigg for 57 days of board, corn and beef. Names: Caleb Wallace.

17548-10-1143-1144-April 2, 1783: Top document. William Fleming of Lincoln County paid for his board and his servant to Morias Hansborough.

17549-10-1143-1144-April 8, 1783: Second document. Capt. John Baley order to issue clothing to Andrew Clark.

17550-10-1143-1144-April 12, 1783: Bortom document. Leonard Helm at Fort Vincent certified Sept. 31, 1779 that Moses Henry had served as In-dian Agent on the behalf of the Commonwealth of Virginia and was to be paid for his service and use of horse. Commissioners approved payment April 12, 1783.

17551-10-1145-1147-April 25, 1783: Top document. Duplicate filming. Major George Walls at Fort Nelson certified Robert Witt had served as a soldier for 3 years in the Illinois Regiment of Lieut. Richard Clark and was discharged. Names: David Broadhead.

17552-10-1145-1147-April 18, 1783: Bortom document. Duplicate filming. Commonwealth of Virginia account with Bartholomew Fardiveau for lead used at Fort Nelson. Names: John Donne.

17553-10-1148-April 10, 1783: Account of Philip Williams. Names: Mr. Wallace, Col. McDowell, Col. Marshall, William Fleming.

17554-10-1149-1152 -November 29, 1782: Duplicate filming. Bill of ex-change sent from Richmond by Benjamin Logan for payment of David Ross. Names: Daniel Clark.

BOX 646-FOLDER 185

LETTERS-MAY 1783

FRAMES #1153-1159

6 documents filmed on 6 frames.

17555-10-1154-May 30, 1783: Letter of Lacaze and Mallet to Governor Harrison. Filed and printed elsewhere.

17556-10-1155-May 27, 1783: Proceedings of a meeting of State Officers with General George Rogers Clark. Filed and printed elsewhere.

17557-10-1156-May 17, 1783: Letter of Pat Lockhart to Governor Harrison. Filed and printed elsewhere.

17558-10-1157-May 17, 1783: Letter of John Evans to Governor Harrison. Filed and printed elsewhere.

17559-10-1158-May 8, 1783: Letter of Pat Lockhart to Governor Harrison. Filed and printed elsewhere.

17560-10-1159-May 6, 1783: Letter of Daniel Clark to Governor B. Harrison. Filed and printed elsewhere.

BOX 646-FOLDER 186

VOUCHERS-MAY 1783

FRAMES #1160-1206

36 documents filmed on 46 frames.

17561-10-1161-1162-May 31, 1783: Former commander of Falls of Ohio George Slaughter certified list of men, who had enlisted in the Western Troops, date of discharge, decease and imprisonment. Names: William Payne, Samuel Paine, Lewis Fiet, Stephen Chilton, James Kirtly, John Williams, William Smith, John Oliver, George Williams, William Wright, Timothy Jenkins, William Cubbage.

17562-10-1163-1166-May 31, 1783: Top document. Duplicate filming. Names: William Payne, Samuel Paine, Lewis Field, Stephen Chilton, James Kirtly, John and William Burbage, William Smith, John Oliver, George Williams, William Wright, Timothy Jenkins.

17563-10-1163-1166-No Date: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Names: James Kirtly, Lewis Field, Steven Chelton, William Smith, Wil-liam Payne, Samuel Payne.

17564-10-1167-1170-August 8, 1782: Top document. Duplicate filming. Reference to certificate of George Williams. Names: Col. George Slaugh-ter.

17565-10-1167-1170-May 20, 1783: Bortom document. Duplicate filming. Claims for diet rations for use of Greenbrier militia when on duty in Ken-tucky and settled before commissioners. Names: Capt. Rowland Madison, Capt. Andrew Kinkade, James McCown, John McCown, James McAfee, Samuel McAfee, John McGee, John Robinson, David Woods, John McDowell.

17566-10-1171-1172-May 31, 1783: Top document. Capt. John Rogers certified John Thruston served as Cornet in the state cavalry detachment to Illinois from April 1, 1780 to February 16, 1782 at which time he retired to assume other responsibilities arranged at Richmond by act of the General Assembly.

17567-10-1171-1172-February 17, 1783: Bortom left document. William Fleming, Thomas Marshall, Caleb Wallace at New Holland in Jefferson County certified that on December 13, 1782, William Boush [Bush] was sent on express from Falls of Ohio with dispatch from the Board of Com-missioners to the Court of Kaskaskia and returned February 16, 1783 and the Board of Commissioners recommended payment by Treasurer of Vir-ginia. Benjamin Harrison instructed auditor of state to pay warrant.

17568-10-1171-1172-March 29, 1783: Bortom right document. Incomplete. Names: Frederick S. Guion.

17569-10-1173-1176-September 9, 1780: Top document. Duplicate film-ing. Incomplete. Discharge of soldier Frederick Sovereign of Artillery company.

17570-10-1173-1176-May 20, 1783: Second document. Duplicate filming. William Merriweather instructed to pay his wages in the state cavalry to Capt. Rogers.

17571-10-1173-1176-September ? , 1780: Third document on left. Dupli-cate filming. Incomplete. Names: George Rogers Clark, Capt. Robert George, John Montgomery.

17572-10-1173-1176-August 10, 1782: Fourth document on right. Dupli-cate filming. Faded. Reference to artificers. Names: John Oliver, William Wright, George Slaughter.

17573-10-1173-1176-No Date: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Names: Timothy Jenkins.

17574-10-1177-1181-May 6, 1783: Top document. Duplicate filming. Capt. John Rogers certified William Merriweather served as a sergeant in his company of state cavalry from August 21, 1779 to August 9, 1781 and had not received payment for service.

17575-10-1177-1181-May 21, 1783: Second document. Duplicate filming. John McDowell certified payment was due to Thomas McCarty.

17576-10-1177-1181-May 21, 1783: Third document. Duplicate filming. Faded. Names: Samuel McDowell, John Cunningham, Samuel Madison, Caleb Wallace,

17577-10-1177-1181-February 16, 1783: Bortom document. Duplicate filming. Capt. John Vertreese certified Jacob Vanmeter on Oct. 19, 1782 had delivered property for the expedition against the indians.

17578-10-1182-1183-February 27, 1783: State of Virginia account of Thomas McCarty. Expenses for flour, horse, and rations. Names: William Linn, Will Shannon, George Rogers Clark, Morias Hansborough.

17579-10-1184-1187-May 21, 1783: Top document. Duplicate filming. Appraisement of a horse lost during expedition against the indians in 1780. Names: Reuben Camp, Thomas Harrison, Caleb Wallace, Jediah Johnson..

17580-10-1184-1187-May 4, 1783: Second document. Duplicate filming. Major George Walls at Fort Nelson issued whiskey to James Sherlock.

17581-10-1184-1187-May 2, 1783: Third document. Duplicate filming. Fort Nelson issued 3 yards of ravens duck cloth and paper for Commissary department. Names: James Finn.

17582-10-1188-1189-No Date: Top document. John Floyd order that re-quests for all provisions must be counter signed by him. Names: George Wilson.

17583-10-1188-1189-May 23, 1783: Bortom document. Pay roll for the county lieutenants, field and staff officers of the Jefferson County Militia in service on expedition against the indians in 1782 and commanded by George Rogers Clark. Names: John Floyd, Isaac Cox, William Pope, James F. Moore, William Oldham, Thomas McCarty, Bland Ballard.

17584-10-1190-1191-May 27, 1783: Top document. John McDowell ap-proval for payment to James Gilmer for beef, bear meat and tallow for troops in Illinois.

17585-10-1190-1191-August 18, 1782: Second document. William Bur-bridge of Spotsylvania County, Virginia served as administrator for the estate of his sons John

17585-10-1190-1191-August 18, 1782-Continued: and William Burbridge and gave bond to the court for his performance. Names: John Chewjn. George Slaughter certified the sons had been soldiers in his company.

17586-10-1190-1191-September 9, 1780: Bottom document. State of Vir-ginia account to pay Sergeant Frederick Sovereign Guion for his service in Capt. Robert George company of artillery from February 27, 1778 to Sep-tember 9, 1780.

17587-10-1192-1193-December 2, 1782: Top document. Bill of exchange issued November 29, 1782 at Richmond by Daniel Clark for payment due David Ross for expenses of December 29, 1781.

17588-10-1192-1193-May 20, 1783: Bortom document. Faded. Appraise-ment of horse lost on expedition against indians. Names: George Rogers Clark, Thomas Harrison, Reuben Case. Unable to read a name.

17589-10-1194-1195-May 22, 1783: Top document. List of allowances made by Jefferson County commissioners for militia. Rations: flour, whis-key, horses, corn, barges, flat bottom boats. Names: Isaac Dye, John Wil-liams, Andrew Vason, Joseph Greenville, James Sullivan, Frederick Dun-field, John Campbell.

17590-10-1194-1195-May 20, 1783: Second document. John Floyd certi-fied James Stephenson was employed as a spy for 18 days while on the Shawnee expedition. Names: George Rogers Clark.

17591-10-1194-1195-May 20, 1783: Bortom document. Tobacco issued for being a spy at Harrodsburg in Kentucky County. Names: James Harrod, Lieut. Richard Clark.

17592-10-1196-1199-May 20, 1783: Top document. Duplicate filming. Faded. Payment to Arthur Parks.

17593-10-1196-1199-March 12, 1783: Second document. Duplicate film-ing. Major George Walls issued a coat, waistcoat and pair of shoes for a man in Capt. Robert George company of artillery. Names: Lieut. Richard Clark.

17594-10-1196-1199-July 3, 1783: Bortom document. Duplicate filming. Faded. Major Charles Green certified George Mason of Monongalia County with 15 of a detachment of militia were taken prisoners August 14, 1781. Names: George Rogers Clark, Capt. Stokley.

17595-10-1200-1204-May 1, 1783: Duplicate filming. Commonwealth of Virginia account for payment Sergeant Michael Miles.

17596-10-1205-1206-May 13, 1783: Top document. William Shannon's account for payment to Mr. Brackenridge for dinner, supper, lodging, pas-ture. Names: William Fleming, Lettice Brackenridge.

17597-10-1205-1206-May 22, 1783: Bortom document. Col. John Floyd presented sundry claims of the Jefferson County militia for approval by commissioners. Names: Samuel Moore for spy duty; Jacob Vanmeter; Ash Emerson John Jordan; Abraham Chaplin; Arthur Parks; Margaret Coubourns: Peter Cliser;

17597-10-1205-1206-May 22, 1783-Continued: Edward Taylor; James Galloway; Reuben Case; George Pomery; Anthony Junkins; Jonathan Cunningham; Jess Clark; John Overhall; William Galloway; Jediah John-son; Matthews Jeffery; John McDowell. Reference to horses, rations, pork, beef, and corn.

BOX 646-FOLDER 187

LETTERS JUNE 1783

FRAMES #1207-1233

11 documents filmed on 26 frames.

17598-10-1208-1209-June 28, 1783: House of Delegates of [Virginia] resolved the treasurer should pay Francis Bosseron. Senate agreed. Names: John Beckley.

17599-10-1210-1211-June 24, 1783: George Rogers Clark certified Isaac Bowman was appointed Horse Master for the Illinois Regiment in the year 1779.

17600-10-1212-1218-June 25, 1783: Duplicate filming. The House of Delegates [of Virginia] on June 25, 1783 resolved that the petition of Mi-chael Gratz be paid by the public for sundry merchandize amounting to 1425 pounds, 16 shillings and 9 pence Pennsylvania currency, which he and his partner John Gibson furnished to George Rogers Clark at Fort Pitt for use of an expedition, which was planned for 1781 against Detroit but afterward directed against the indian settlements. George Rogers Clark had given his private bond with security for payment of the debt. The Senate agreed to the resolution June 26, 1783. Names: John Beckley, Will Drew.

17601-10-1219 -1220-June 28, 1783: The House of Delegates and Senate [of Virginia] resolved to pay $ 300 of $1339.50 due to Philip LeGras and to pay the rest within 2 years with interest. Names John Beckley.

17602-10-1221-1222-June 25, 1783: Resolved that petition of Michael Gratz for payment of for sundry merchandize amounting to 1425 pounds, 16 shillings and 9 pence Pennsylvania currency, which he and his partner John Gibson furnished to George Rogers Clark at Fort Pitt for use of an expedition against indians, should be paid by the auditor.

17603-10-1223-1225-June 28, 1783: Written in French. Reference to bill of exchange, New Orleans. Names: Edward Randolph, Charles Gratiot.

17604-10-1226-1227-June 28, 1783: The House of Delegates and Senate [of Virginia] resolved the Treasurer pay Francis Carboneaux for bill of exchange totaling $3,173. Names: John Beckley, Will Drew.

17605-10-1228-1229-June 28, 1783: The commissioners office had exam-ined a bill drawn by Col. John Todd in favor of Monsieur Beauregard for $30,000 and dated December 13, 1779. Names: James Lyless?

17606-10-1230-June ? , 1783: Letter of Ichabod Camp to Chickasaw Indian Chief Ponemataka. Filed and printed elsewhere.

17607-10-1231-June 20, 1783: Letter of John Crittenden to Governor Harrison. Filed elsewhere.

17608-10-1232-June 20, 1783: Letter of Lacaste to Governor Harrison. Filed elsewhere.

17609-10-1233-June 23, 1783: Letter of John Dodge to Chickasaw Indian Chief Ponemataka. Filed and printed elsewhere.

BOX 646-FOLDER 188

VOUCHERS-JUNE 1783

FRAMES #1234-1314

59 documents filmed on 80 frames.

17610-10-1235-1236-June 26, 1783: Sundries furnished the Common-wealth of Virginia by Godefroy Linctot and bills drawn by William Shan-non and counter signed by George Rogers Clark. Entries from April 4, 1779. Items: tobacco, saddles, bread, shirts, powder, blankets, vermillion, taffia, indian corn, kegs, rifle, salt, deer skins, fox skins, raccoon skins, beaver skins, cat skins, brass kettles. Reference to indians, volunteers, Delaware indians, Kickapoo Indians, Treasurer of Virginia. Names: John McDowell.

17611-10-1237-1240-June 19, 1783: Top document. Duplicate filming. Names: Abraham Chapline of Illinois Regiment.

17612-10-1237-1240-May 11, 1783: Second document. Duplicate filming. George Smith requested that his pay as a soldier be given to Capt. [John] Rogers.

17613-10-1237-1240-June 30, 1783: Third document. Duplicate filming. Commonwealth of Virginia account with Joseph Anderson for pay as a soldier from February 17, 1778 to May 18, 1779.

17614-10-1237-1240-June 29, 1783: Bortom document. Duplicate filming. George Rogers Clark certified at Richmond that Joseph Anderson served as a soldier in the Illinois Regiment from February 17, 1778 to August 8, 1778.

17615-10-1241-1243-June 29, 1783: Top document. Duplicate filming. George Rogers Clark at Richmond certified Joseph Anderson served as a solider in the Illinois Regiment from August 8, 1778 to May 3, 1779.

17616-10-1241-1243-June 10, 1783: Second document. Duplicate filming. Commissioners at Richmond indicated that payment was due to John Gib-son by a draft from George Rogers Clark. Names: James Tyler.

17617-10-1241-1243-April ? , 1783: Bortom document. Duplicate filming. Incomplete. Names: Lewis Booton. Reference to soldier, October 21, 1779, clothing, overalls, linen shirts, leather and overalls.

17618-10-1244-1245-June 24, 1783: State of Virginia account with Fran-cois Bosseron for his pay as captain from December 18, 1778 to August 21, 1779, pay as a major from August 22, 1779 to September 13, 1779, and pay as a Deputy Contractor from March 25, 1779 to August 9, 1781. Names: George Rogers Clark.

17619-10-1246-1249-June 7, 1783: Top document. Duplicate filming. Capt. John Rogers certified William Frogget had served as a soldier in the state cavalry from September 20, 1779 to January 1, 1782 and had not received provisions or pay.

17620-10-1246-1249-June 7, 1783: Second document. Duplicate filming. Capt. John Rogers certified Michael Oharron had served as a soldier in the state cavalry from December 1, 1779 to January 1, 1782 and had not re-ceived provisions or pay.

17621-10-1246-1249-March 26, 1783: Third document. Duplicate filming. Board of Commissioners at Col. Bowman's indicated pay was due Major John Crittenden for his service as a brigade major. Names: John McDowell.

17622-10-1246-1249-June 28, 1783: Bortom document. Duplicate filming. Capt. John Rogers certified Robert Barnet enlisted in the state cavalry July 31, 1779 to serve his enlistment but died October 26, 1780.

17623-10-1250-1251-November 22, 1782: Top document. George Rogers Clark certified Capt. John Crittenden occupied the post of Brigade Major from July 1, 1781 to date. Names: John McDowell.

17624-10-1250-1251-June 21, 1783: Second document. George Rogers Clark certified John Puffer? served 3 years as a soldier in the Illinois Regi-ment and was discharged at Fort Nelson.

17625-10-1250-1251-June 7, 1783: Third document. Capt. John Rogers certified Francis Spilman served as a soldier in the state cavalry from Sep-tember 20, 1779 to October 31, 1781 and then as a sergeant until January 1, 1782. He did not receive any pay for service.

17626-10-1250-1251-No Date: Bottom document. Incomplete. Certifica-tion that Charles Evins served as a soldier for 3 years in the Illinois Regi-ment and was entitled to pay from state of Virginia.

17627-10-1252-1255-June 19, 1783: Top document. Duplicate filming. Major George Walls certified John Tulpher? served as a soldier in Captain [Abraham] Chaplin company of the Illinois Regiment from January 20, 1780 to January 21, 1783. The term of his enlistment according to certifi-cate of Capt. Edward Worthington was for 3 years. Discharged at Fort Nelson, Falls of Ohio.

17628-10-1252-1255-June 7, 1783: Second document. Duplicate filming. Capt. John Rogers certified James Spillman served as a soldier in the state cavalry from September 14, 1779 to January 1, 1782 and had not received any pay for service.

17629-10-1252-1255-June 12, 1783: Bortom document. Duplicate filming. George Slaughter, commander at Falls of Ohio, certified Henry Smock, Benjamin Wethers, James Lenrs, John Edwards and William Bowin served as soldiers and sergeants for the time specified in the pay rolls and musters of Capt. Benjamin Roberts, Capt. Mark Thomas as filed in the auditor's office.

17630-10-1256-1259-June 24, 1783: Top document. James Lyley of the commissioners office indicated settlement of pay rolls of infantry volun-teers under Capt. Francois Bosseron on an expedition from August 22, 1779 to September 13, 1779.

17631-10-1256-1259-June 21, 1783: Bortom document. State of Virginia account for pay to John Crittenden, who served as Brigade major under George Rogers Clark from January 1, 1782 to January 22, 1782.

17632-10-1260-1261-March 16, 1782: Top document. Capt. John Morgan at Caroline certified Michael Oharron served as a soldier from December 1, 1779 to January 1, 1882 and did not receive any clothing. He was issued a coat, vest, flannel shirt, overalls, 2 linen shirts, stockings, horseman cloak, blanket, pair of leggings, pair of shoes, a horn comb and a horseman's cap.

17633-10-1260-1261-June 7, 1783: Second document. Capt. John Rogers certified George Smith served as a soldier in the state cavalry from Sep-tember 15, 1779 to January 1, 1782 and had not received any pay.

17634-10-1260-1261-June 2, 1783: Third document. John Evans request to give his pay as a soldier in the Virginia Line to Robert Rankins. Names: William Davis.

17635-10-1260-1261-No Date: Bottom document. Pay roll for Henry Smock, Corporal Benjamin Withers, James Lewis, John Edwards and Cor-poral William Bowen.

17636-10-1262-1263-June 19, 1783: Top document. Major George Walls at Fort Nelson, Falls of Ohio certified Charles Evans was a soldier in Capt. [Abraham] Chapline's company of the Illinois Regiment from January 18, 1780 to January 19, 1783 and had completed his 3 year enlistment as per Capt. Edward Worthington's certificate and was discharged.

17637-10-1262-1263-August 9, 1783: Second document. Lieut. Col. John Montgomery at Louisville certified discharge of Henry Blankenship, who had served as a soldier of Capt. John Rogers troop of Light Dragoons for 2 years.

17638-10-1262-1263-March 31, 1782: Bottom left document. Capt. John Rogers in Caroline County certified David Pagan had served as a soldier from July 31, 1779 to August 9, 1781 for which service he had never re-ceived any compensation except for the following clothing: coat, waistcoat, shirts, overalls, stockings, ivory comb, horseman's cloak, blanket, leggings, shoes and a rifle, which he lost.

17639-10-1262-1263-No Date: Bottom right document. Incomplete. Com-mittee.

17640-10-1264-1267-June 11, 1783: Top document. Duplicate filming. Commonwealth of Virginia payment to David Pagan for service as a sol-dier of the cavalry from July 31, 1779 to August 1, 1781.

17641-10-1264-1267-May 6, 1783: Second document. Duplicate filming. Capt. John Rogers certified Rice Curtis served as a soldier in the state cavalry from August 8, 1779 to April 18, 1781 and had not received pay-ment.

17642-10-1264-1267-June 24, 1783: Third document. Duplicate filming. James Lyle of Commissioners office indicated Colonel John Dickinson was assignee of John Carr, who was assignee of George Calhoun. Names: Val-entine Thomas Dalton, George Rogers Clark.

17643-10-1264-1267-June 2, 1783: Bortom document. Duplicate filming. Names: William Marroney, Capt. Benjamin Roberts, Col. George Slaugh-ter, Falls of Ohio.

17644-10-1268-1271-November 29, 1783: Top document. Duplicate film-ing. Names: Ebenezer Johnson, Samuel McDowell, B. Clarke, Samuel Watkins.

17645-10-1268-1271-June 7, 1783: Second document. Duplicate filming. Capt. John Rogers certified David McDonald served as a soldier in the state cavalry from August 5, 1779 to August 9, 1781 and had not received any wages.

17646-10-1268-1271-June 6, 1783: Third document on left. Duplicate filming. Names: William Booton.

17647-10-1268-1271-February 14, 1782: Fourth document on right. Dupli-cate filming. Incomplete. Names: William Booton, John Smith. Reference to cavalry, coat, waistcoat, shirts.

17648-10-1268-1271-No Date: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. In-complete.

17649-10-1272-1273-June 20, 1783: Account of clothing drawn by Major John Crittenden. John McDowell certified the following clothing was is-sued: duck cloth, white shirts, white linen, blue cloth, hats, pen knife, white cloth, surcingle, leather, thread, blankets, shoes, stockings.

17650-10-1274-1276-June 11, 1783: Top document. Duplicate filming. Commonwealth of Virginia pay for Henry Blankenship service as soldier from August 9, 1779 to August 9, 1781.

17651-10-1274-1276-June 24, 1783: Bortom document. Duplicate filming. Commissioners Office approved payment for vouchers of Joseph Lindsay for pay as contractor from November 20, 1780 to April 10, 1781. Reference to Lincoln County Militia, Jefferson County Militia, Fayette County Mili-tia, beef, tallow.

17652-10-1277-1281-June 23, 1783: Top document. Duplicate filming. James Lyley at Richmond indicated commissioners approved payment due David Duncan based on bill of exchange from Major George Walls and counter signed by George Rogers Clark July 28, 1781.

17653-10-1277-1281-June 13, 1783: Bortom document. Duplicate filming. James Lyley indicated the commissioners approved payment due John McDowell for transporting books and paper from Kentucky.

17654-10-1282-1286-June 19, 1783: Duplicate filming. Treasury advances to sundry persons in the Illinois Department from 1778 to 1781. Expendi-tures in Kentucky. Names: George Rogers Clark, Capt. John Rogers.

17655-10-1287-1289-June 26, 1783: Top document. Duplicate filming. Reference to Caesar a negro being property of the estate of James Robert-son and his employment as an artificer. Names: George Rogers Clark, Capt. Robert George.

17656-10-1287-1289-June 28, 1783: Bortom document. Duplicate filming. Settlement of accounts of the Illinois Department. Names: John McDowell, William Fleming, Caleb Wallace.

17657-10-1290-1291-May 25, 1783: Commonwealth of Virginia account with Caleb Wallace. Names: William Fleming, Thomas Marshall.

17658-10-1292-1295-June 27, 1783: Top document. Duplicate filming. Commonwealth of Virginia with William Froggett of the cavalry for his pay from September 20, 1779 to the end of 1781.

17659-10-1292-1295-July 15, 1783: Bortom document. Duplicate filming. State of Virginia account with Samuel McDowell. Names: William Flem-ing, Thomas Marshall.

17660-10-1296-1297-June 30, 1783: Reference to Yohogania Court House, boats, Capt. Whaley, William Harrison, John Crittenden, Mr. Paul.

17661-10-1298-1299-June 25, 1783: Commonwealth of Virginia account with William Fleming for his service as commissioner to the Western De-partment. Names: Caleb Wallace.

17662-10-1300-No Date: Incomplete. Deduct for boat.

17663-10-1301-1302-June 25, 1783: Commonwealth of Virginia account with Thomas Marshall for service as commissioner to the Western Depart-ment. Names: Col. William Fleming, Caleb Wallace.

17664-10-1303-1306-June 28, 1783: Duplicate filming. State of Virginia account with Francois Carboneaux. Items: taffia, wood, bear oil, beef, iron. Names: Zephaniah Blackford, William Shannon, Monsieur LeGras, Capt. John Williams, Capt. Gerault, Capt. Millet, Fort Vincent, Capt. John Rogers, Lieut. Mombrus.

17665-10-1307-1310-June 27, 1783: Top document. Duplicate filming. Benjamin Harrison in Council stated the auditors will examine the within account in the same manner that militia pay rolls are settled and grant a warrant for the same.

17666-10-1307-1310-June 19, 1783: Second document. Duplicate filming. Incomplete. Reference to House of Delegates [of Virginia], commissioners, western accounts. Names: Simon Nathan, John Beckley.

17667-10-1307-1310-June 3, 1783: Bortom document. Duplicate filming. Benjamin Harrison in Council may 30, 1783 stated the auditors will grant a warrant on the contingent fund.

17668-10-1311-1314-May 29, 1783: Top document. Duplicate filming. Faded. Capt. Thomas Stokley of Pennsylvania Rangers certified Jacob Lorins of Monongahelia County, Virginia together with 15 men under the direction of Lieut. Malachi Baker were taken by Archibald Lochart August 14, 1781 with George Rogers Clark expedition to the Indian country. Ref-erence to British garrison. Names: Major Charles Grecraft, Capt. Michael Catt, William Haymond, unable to read 2 names.

17669-10-1311-1314-July 21, 1783: Bortom document. Duplicate filming. Faded. Reference to expedition of George Rogers Clark. Names: Major Charles Grecraft, Capt. Thomas Stokley, Zack Morgan, William Haymond. Unable to read 1 name.

BOX 646-FOLDER 189

LETTERS-JULY 1783

FRAMES #1315-1328

6 documents filmed on 23 frames.

17770-10-1316-July 28, 1783: Indian Talks. Filed and printed elsewhere.

17771-10-1317-July 25, 1783: Letter of James Colbert to Governor Harrison. Filed and printed elsewhere.

17772-10-1318-July 20, 1783: Letter of Joseph Martin to Governor Harrison. Filed and printed elsewhere.

17773-10-1319-July 5, 1783: Letter of B. Stark to Governor Harrison. Filed elsewhere.

17774-10-1320-July 7, 1783: Letter of Thomas Bentley to Governor Harrison. Filed and printed elsewhere.

17775-10-1321-1322-July 21, 1783: Council office. Names: Mr. Beckley, Edmund Randolph.

17776-10-1323-1328-July 15, 1783: Duplicate filming. Barnard Gratz letter to Auditor of Public Accounts at Richmond, Virginia. Faded. Names: John Gibson, George Rogers Clark, Michael Gratz, Philadelphia.

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