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GEORGE ROGERS CLARK PAPERS

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The Illinois Regiment

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Based on the Microfilmed

George Rogers Clark Papers

At the Virginia State Library and Archives

Compiled by

Richard Eugene Willson, Indexing

Donald E. Gradeless, Ph.D., Editor

For the

Society of Colonial Wars in the State of Illinois

and the

Sons of the Revolution in the State of Illinois

Chicago, Illinois

1998

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

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

Microfilm Reel Dates Documents

 1 January 1778 - May 1779 1-1220

 2 May 1779 - August 1779 1221-2733

 3 August 1779 - April 1780 2734-5387

 4 May 1780 - November 1780 5388-7867

 5 November 1780 - February 1781 7868-9248

 6 March 1781 - June 1781 9249-11490

 7 July 1781 - September 1781 11491-13111

 8 September 1781 - December 1781 13112-14588

 9 December 1781 - July 1782 14589-16352

10 August 1782 - July 1783 16353-17776

11 July 1783 - August 1784 17777-18820

12 September 1784 - No Dates 18821-19814

13 No Dates 19815-20110

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

 

Guide to the Index

of George Rogers Clark Papers

of the Virginia State Library and Archives

 

In 1991, 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 #11

BOX 646-FOLDER 190

VOUCHERS JULY 1783

FRAMES #1-108

98 documents filmed on 108 files.

17777-11-1-2-July 28, 1783: Appraisement of Jefferson County Militia horses lost in defeat on September 14, 1781. Names: Col. John Floyd, Rice Bullock, Philemon Waters.

17778-11-3-March 26, 1783: Philemon Waters paid for horse lost in serv-ice. Names: Col. Bowman, John McDowell.

17779-11-4-5-July 11, 1783: State of Virginia account for saddles, pork, rifles and bridles. Reference to indians. Names: Col. Zack Morgan, Wil-liam Cherry, William Haymond, Sergeant Charles Morgan, George Rogers Clark.

17780-11-6-7-July 24, 1783: Pay abstract of a company of artificers em-ployed by Joseph Parkinson building boats for use of General George Rogers Clark's army. Entries begin February 20, 1781. List of names, type of worker and period of employment. Types of artificers were: Head workman, laborer, cook, smith, sawyer, carpenter, caulker, wagons and teams of horses. Names: Alexander Craig, John Caldwell, Enoch Wells, Elizabeth Wells, Robert Hall, Joseph Cochran, Alexander McMun, Benja-min Reed, Philip Rice, Hannah Snapp, Hugh Goudy, Isaac Parkinson, John Kennedy, Samuel McConnel, James Kerr, David Devore, William McCon-nel, James Moore, Benjamin Pelton, John McStraw, John Brown, Elie Brown, Pheby Brown, John Kiblin, Silas Rizley, Charles Willson, Morian Whitby, Nicholas DePue?, William Rigdon, Robert Spear, William Gil-more, Robert Edmanson, George Bruce, James McHutin, Isaac Crockett, Samuel Monfort?.

17781-11-8-10-June 1, 1782: Top document. Duplicate filming. Florence Mahony informed Capt. John Rogers to pay her wages to Mrs. Robert Murto.

17782-11-8-10-May 30, 1783: Second document. Duplicate filming. Henry Goodloe instructions to pay Capt. Rogers.

17783-11-8-10-August 11, 1783: Third document. Duplicate filming. Names: Joshua Archer, Capt. Philip Barbour.

17784-11-11-13-March 25, 1783: Top document. Duplicate filming. Pay-ment due James Finn for beef supplied Fort Nelson. Names: Col. Bowman, John McDowell.

17785-11-11-13-February 26, 1783: Second document. Duplicate filming. Payment due Edward Johnson for work done on the galley at Louisville. Names: William Fleming, George Rogers Clark, Philip Barbour.

17786-11-11-13-April 14, 1783: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Fort Nelson (Falls of Ohio) discharge of Sergeant Edward Parker of Capt. John Bailey [Baley] company of Illinois Regiment, who served 3 year enlisted. Names: Philip Burk, Major George Walls.

17787-11-14 -15-March 23, 1783: Top document. Fort Nelson discharge of George Shepherd, who served 3 years in Capt. John Baley company of Illinois Regiment. Names: Major George Walls, George Rogers Clark.

17788-11-14-15-February 23, 1783: Bottom document. Faded. Clothing issued to Peter Shepheard from 1780 to 1783. Items: suit of clothes, 2 linen shirts, a pair of shoes, 2 shirts, a pair of breeches, duck cloth, buttons, over-alls, stockings, tobacco. Reference to payment for bounty Names: George Rogers Clark, Capt. John Baley. Verso is February 13, 1783 Fort Nelson (Falls of Ohio) discharge for Peter Shepard.

17789-11-16-19-August 3, 1782: Top document. Duplicate filming. George Rogers Clark certified at Fort Nelson that state of Virginia owed Sergeant Edward Parker for 7 day express.

17790-11-16-19-April 29, 1783: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Lieut. Col. John Montgomery certified Frederick Guion acted as issuing commissary from October 1, 1779 to April 2, 1780 in the absence of the commissary. Reference to enemy, indians, and oath of Major John Wil-liams. Names: William Fleming, Thomas Marshall, Samuel McDowell.

17791-11-20-21-March 29, 1783: Top document. Payment due Capt. Ben-jamin Roberts. Names: John McDowell, Col. Bowman, Frederick Guion, James Cowherd.

17792-11-20-21-July 22, 1783: Second document. Lieut. Richard Clark order at Fort Nelson to issue duck cloth. Names: Major George Walls, Sergeant Major William Pique.

17793-11-20-21-July 1, 1783: Bottom document. Lincoln County Commis-sioners for western accounts certified at Col. Bowman's station that the state of Virginia owed payment to soldier John Joynes of the Illinois Regi-ment. Names: Major George Walls, William Fleming, Samuel McDowell, Caleb Wallace.

17794-11-22-25-March 29, 1783: Top document. Duplicate filming. Pay-ment due John Pulfer. Names: John McDowell, Frederick Guion, Col. Bowman.

17795-11-22-25-March 24, 1783: Second document. Duplicate filming. Payment due Moses Lunsford. Names: John McDowell, Col. Bowman.

17796-11-22-25-July 7, 1783: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Fort Nelson issued a camp kettle to 5 indian chiefs, who had come with James Sherlock from the Shawnee country. Reference to exchange of prisoners. Names: Major George Walls.

17797-11-26-27-May 29, 1782: Top document. State of Virginia account of Joseph Lindsay for beef and sundry provisions purchased in May, June and July of 1782 for George Rogers Clark's expedition. Names: William Nay-don, Samuel McMillin, Samuel Martin, James Masterson, Benjamin Nath-erborn.

17798-11-26-27-May 16, 1783: Bottom document. Reference to cavalry. Names: James Durrett, Capt. John Rogers.

17799-11-28-29-August 15, 1782: State of Virginia account with Joseph Lindsay from November 20, 1780 to August 15, 1782. Reference to Lin-coln, Jefferson and Fayette county militia. Items: pork, beef, tallow.

17800-11-30-31-July 30, 1783: State of Virginia account with Major Tho-mas Quirk for his pay as captain from October 17, 1778 to August 17, 1779, for pay as major from August 18, 1779 to October 31, 1781. Payment for rations.

17801-11-32-33-July 20, 1783: Top document. Michael Glass instructions to the auditor to give his wages for service to Capt. John Rogers.

17802-11-32-33-July 26, 1783: Second document. Payment due by state of Virginia to William Harrison and John Small. Names: John Evans, Charles Martin, William Haymond.

17803-11-32-33-July 25, 1783: Bottom document. Payment due to Daniel Murray for service as commissary for Illinois Department from July 17, 1778 to July 17, 1780. Names: John McDowell.

17804-11-34-37-June 20, 1783: Top document. Duplicate filming. Com-missioners office at Richmond, [Virginia] indicated pay was due to Fre-derick S. Guion for service. Names: James Lyley, Edward Worthington.

17805-11-34-37-July 7, 1783: Second document. Duplicate filming. Capt. John Rogers certified James Durritt served as a soldier in the cavalry from October 1, 1781 to January 1, 1782.

17806-11-34-37-No Date: Bottom document on left. Incomplete. Duplicate filming. Edward Doharty certified as doing express.

17807-11-34-37-July 10, 1783: Bottom right document. Duplicate filming. Auditor paid George Smith of Capt. John Rogers company.

17808-11-38-41-July 29, 1783: Top document. Duplicate filming. John Evans, Charles Martin and William Haymond at Monongalia County Court House certified payment due to William Harrison.

17809-11-38-41-July 22, 1783: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Commonwealth of Virginia account with John Cannon for wheat bran, kegs, and wheat. Oath taken before justice of peace for Monongalia County. Names: William Haymond.

17810-11-42-43-June 28, 1783: Top document. Major George Walls at Fort Nelson gave 2 leather collars for payment for beef used for troops. Names: John Donne, ? Sullivan.

17811-11-42-43-July 28, 1784: Second document. Names: William Patton, Thomas Ravenscraft.

17812-11-42-43-July 31, 1783: Bottom document. Major George Walls at Fort Nelson issued a pair of stockings to Peter Moore.

17813-11-44-45-July 28, 1783: Top document. John Evans, Charles Martin and William Haymond of Monongalia Court House were appointed to settle account of William Harrison.

17814-11-44-45-July 15, 1783: Bottom document. William Fleming, Tho-mas Marshall and Caleb Wallace at New Holland stated the Common-wealth of Virginia owed payment to Capt. James Shelby of the Illinois Regiment commanded by George Rogers Clark. Names: James Arnal, Frederick Guion.

17815-11-46-47-July 27, 1783: Top document. John Evans, Charles Martin and William Haymond at Monongalia Court House were appointed to settle the account of Thomas Gist, who had been deputy commissary for pur-chase and superintendent of the boat yard at the mouth of George Creek.

17816-11-46-47-July 26, 1783: Bottom document. John Evans, Charles Martin and William Haymond at Monongalia Court House, were appointed to settle account of William Harrison for planks supplied for use at boat yard. Unable to read a name.

17817-11-48-49-July 11, 1783: Commonwealth of Virginia account with Thomas Quirk for expenses of use of horses and corn. Names: Thomas Merriweather, ? Young.

17818-11-50-July 11, 1783: Benjamin Harrison reported the Council [of Virginia] has approved payment for Col. Thomas Merriweather, Capt. Young and Major [Thomas] Quirk from the military fund.

17819-11-51-54-July 4, 1783: Top document. Duplicate filming. Com-monwealth of Virginia account with Michael Oharron for his pay as a solider from October 1, 1779 to December 31, 1781.

17820-11-51-54-July 10, 1783: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Commonwealth of Virginia payment due to John Bowman for serving as a soldier from September 1, 1779 to December 31, 1781.

17821-11-55-56-July 15, 1783: Top document. Major George Walls at Falls of Ohio issued 3 old

17821-11-55-56-July 15, 1783-Continued: barges for use of indians, who were returning home from the treaty at Fort Nelson. The barges were left on the Ohio River when the indians went by land to the mouth of Green River. Names: James Finn.

17822-11-55-56-July 6, 1783: Second document. Major George Walls issued a regimental coat for a Piankishaw indian. Names: James Sherlock.

17823-11-55-56-July 1, 1783: Bottom document. State of Virginia payment to George Rogers Clark for pay and subsistence from January 1, 1782 to June 6, 1783.

17824-11-57-59-July 16, 1783: Top document. Duplicate filming. Major George Walls issued to James Sherlock 2 barges and 13 oars for friendly indians to use from Fort Nelson.

17825-11-57-59-July 14, 1783: Second document. Duplicate filming. Capt. John Rogers certified the discharge of Michael Oharron a soldier in the Illinois company of light dragoons.

17826-11-57-59-April 11, 1783: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Names: Frederick Guion, Col. Logan, John McDowell.

17827-11-60-63-No Date: Top document. Duplicate filming. George Rogers Clark's account as a regular officer.

17828-11-60-63-July 7, 1783: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Capt. Robert George at Fort Nelson certified Charles Morgan served as a ser-geant in his company of artillery from October 2, 1779 to June 8, 1782 and had completed his enlistment. Names: Buckner Pittman.

17829-11-64-67-No Date: Top document. Duplicate filming. Incomplete. Names: George Slaughter.

17830-11-64-67-July 1, 1783: Second document. Duplicate filming. George Rogers Clark certified John Christopher Horn enlisted as a soldier in the Illinois Regiment for duration of the War on August 9, 1781 and had not received bounty [money] or pay.

17831-11-64-67-July 1, 1783: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. George Rogers Clark at Richmond, [Virginia] certified John Christopher Horn had enlisted as a soldier in the Illinois Regiment in the month of August of 1781 and had served as a good and faithful soldier. He was dis-charged having meeting his enlistment.

17832-11-68-69-April 12, 1783: Top document. William Fleming and Samuel McDowell of Lincoln County Board of Commissioners for West-ern Accounts indicated state of Virginia owed payment to Henry Allen. Names: James Francis Moore, Joseph Ross.

17833-11-68-69-July 25, 1782: Bottom document. Major George Walls paid bounty money to Henry Allen for enlisting as a solider.

17834-11-70-73-July 28, 1783: Top document. Duplicate filming. Frag-ments. Names: John Gibson, Martin Carney, Dominick Flanigan.

17835-11-70-73-No Date: Second document. Duplicate filming. Incom-plete. Reference to pay for soldier W. Fab from September 1, 1779 to Dec. 31, 1781.

17836-11-70-73-June 26, 1783: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Capt. John Rogers certified William Fab served as a soldier in the cavalry from September of 1779 to September 6, 1782. Names: William Hawkins, F. Barrete.

17837-11-74-77-June 26, 1783: Top document. Duplicate filming. Capt. John Rogers certified John Brown served as a soldier in the cavalry from August of 1779 until July of 1782.

17838-11-74-77-July 2, 1783: Second document. Duplicate filming. Names: Col. Linn, ? Gallaway, Thomas McCarty, Capt. Shannon, ? Ed-wards.

17839-11-74-77-February 15, 1783: Third document. Duplicate filming. John Montgomery certified James Ore was entitled to pay as a soldier from January 1, 1779 to October 16, 1779 and was entitled to pay.

17840-11-74-77-December 15, 1780: Bottom document. Capt. Harrison certified David Douglas repaired the artillery carriage. Names: John Helm.

17841-11-78-79-September 27, 1781: Commonwealth of Virginia account with Thomas Clare. Reference to boats. Names: William Harrison, Nicho-las Blake, John Evans, Charles Martin, William Haymond, Joseph Neal, Abraham Hendricks, John Sovereigns?.

17842-11-80-83 July 19, 1783: Top document. Duplicate filming. George Rogers Clark order to issue rations for artificers. Names: Bland Ballard.

17843-11-80-83-June 23, 1783: Second document. Duplicate filming. Fort Nelson issued a kettle to John McFall. Names: John Donne, Major George Walls.

17844-11-80-83-April 3, 1783: Third document. Duplicate filming. Ap-praisement of horse lost in service. Names: William Shannon, Nathan Allen, John Cowan, Capt. Edward Worthington, William Fleming.

17845-11-80-83-No Date: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. George Snow instruction to the auditor to give his pay for service to Capt. [John] Rogers.

17846-11-84-87-June 7, 1783: Top document. Duplicate filming. Capt. John Rogers certified Dick Richards had served as a soldier in the cavalry from October 1, 1781 to January 2, 1782 and had not received any pay-ment.

17847-11-84-87-July 25, 1783: Second document. Duplicate filming. Daniel Murray's warrant or certificate for payment. Sent to Auditors of Public Account at Richmond, [Virginia].

17848-11-84-87-June 7, 1783: Third document. Duplicate filming. Capt. John Rogers certified John Wheler had served as a soldier in the cavalry from December 5, 1779 to January 1, 1782 and had not received any pay.

17849-11-84-87-May 6, 1783: Fourth document. Duplicate filming. Capt. John Rogers certified George Snow had served as a soldier in the state cavalry from July 26, 1779 to August 9, 1781 and had not received any pay.

17850-11-84-87-July ?, 1783: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Na-than Allen made an oath before John Cowan, Justice of Peace for Lincoln County, that he had lost a horse in April of 1780. Names: Frederick Guion, L. Martin, ? Worthington.

17851-11-88-91-No Date: Top document. Duplicate filming. Barney Hig-gins informed the auditor to pay his wages for service in the cavalry to Capt. John Rogers.

17852-11-88-91-June 7, 1783: Second document. Duplicate filming. Capt. John Rogers certified Barney Higgins had served in the cavalry from No-vember 25, 1779 to January 1, 1782 and had not received any pay.

17853-11-88-91-June 7, 1783: Third document. Duplicate filming. Capt. John Rogers certified Michael Glass had served in the cavalry from De-cember 1, 1779 to January 1, 1782 and had not received any pay.

17854-11-88-91-February 28, 1783: Fourth document. Duplicate filming. John Wheler at York

17854-11-88-91-February 28, 1783-Continued: instructed that his wages for service in the company of Lieut. Merriweather be paid to Capt. John Rogers.

17855-11-88-91-May 16, 1783: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Henry Goodloe instructed the auditor to give his wages for service as ser-geant in cavalry to Capt. John Rogers.

17856-11-92-93-June 7, 1783: Top document. Capt. John Rogers certified Henry Goodloe had served in the state cavalry from October 1, 1779 to January 1, 1782 and had not received any pay.

17857-11-92-93-May 6, 1783: Second document. Capt. John Rogers certi-fied William Goodwin had served as a soldier in the state cavalry from October 1, 1779 to October 1, 1781 and had not received any pay.

17858-11-92-93-June 7, 1783: Third document. Capt. John Rogers certified Florance Mahoney served as a soldier in the state cavalry from August 15, 1779 to January 1, 1782 and had not received any pay.

17859-11-92-93-July 26, 1783: Bottom document. John Evans, Charles Martin and William Haymond at Monongalia Court House were appointed to settle and adjust account of William Harrison. Names: Boston Frederick, Thomas Gist.

17860-11-94-April 14, 1783: Top document. Dick Richards instructed the auditor to give his pay for service in the state cavalry to Capt. John Rogers.

17861-11-94-June 7, 1783: Second document. Capt. John Rogers certified James Gordon had served as a soldier in the state cavalry from October 30, 1781 to January 1, 1782 and had not received any pay.

17862-11-94-July 27, 1783: Bottom document. John Evans, Charles Martin and William Haymond were appointed to settle account of William Harrison. Reference to boat yard at mouth of Pigeon Creek. Names: Joseph Parkinson.

17863-11-95-96-1781: Commonwealth of Virginia account in 1781 with Thomas Gist. Reference to expedition of George Rogers Clark, horses, planks and paper.

17864-11-97-100-July 26, 1783: Top document. Duplicate filming. John Evans, Charles Martin and William Haymond at Monongalia County Court House, settled state of Virginia account with William Harrison. Names: Hans Hamilton, Thomas Gist, Jacob Haymaker.

17865-11-97-100-July 27, 1783: Second document. Duplicate filming. John Evans, Charles Martin and William Haymond at Monongalia County Court House settled and adjusted state of Virginia account and certified sawyer James Bruce was due payment. Reference to boat building.

17866-11-97-100-June 7, 1783: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Capt. John Rogers certified William Kendal had served as a solider in the state cavalry from December 8, 1779 to January 1, 1782.

17867-11-101-104-July 14, 1783: Top document. Duplicate filming. Will Johnston at Fort Nelson certified to Lieut. Richard Clark that Monsieur Paunee, a resident of Fort Vincent, had served as an interpreter for the Ottawa Indians at treaty talks. Names: Major George Walls.

17868-11-101-104-July 29, 1783: Second document. Duplicate filming. Major George Walls paid John Marshall for express from Herrods [Har-rods] Station to Col. Boone. Names: Oliver Pollock.

17869-11-101-104-March 20, 1783: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. William Kendall instruction to pay his wages for service in state cavalry to Capt. John Rogers.

17870-11-105-July 29, 1783: Top document. John Evans, Charles Martin and William Haymond of Monongalia County Court House were appointed to adjust the accounts of William Harrison and certified payment was due after settlement with Thomas Clare for building boats at the mouth of George Creek for expedition of George Rogers Clark.

17871-11-105-July 28, 1783: Second document. Batiste Charloville sup-plied 2 loafs of bread for use of troops at Fort Clark. Names: Frederick S. Guion.

17872-11-105-June 24, 1783: Bottom document. James Lyley issued a saddle to Thomas Ravenscraft.

17873-11-106-108-June 1781: Top document. Duplicate filming. Faded. Names: Capt. Uriah Johnson, Major George Walls, Thomas Ravenscraft.

17874-11-106-108-July 4, 1783: Second document. Duplicate filming. Rank and file rations for Illinois Regiment at Fort Nelson. Reference to whiskey. Names: Capt. [Robert] George, Lieut. [Richard] Clark, Major George Walls.

17875-11-106-108-July 21, 1783: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Major Charles Crecraft certified Christian Fast of Monongalia County and Virginia and in company of Lieut. Baker had been taken as prisoner by Colonel Archibald Leckry? on August 14, 1781. Reference to Ohio River, George Rogers Clark, indians, and enemy taking his arms. Verso concerns oath of Capt. Michael Catt on July 21, 1783 before justice of peace for Monongalia County stated Christian Fast was a soldier in his company of volunteers in the year 1781. Names: Col. Zack Morgan, William Haymond.

BOX 646-FOLDER 191

LETTERS AUGUST 1783

FRAMES 109-125

8 documents filmed on 16 frames.

17876-11-110-112-August 6, 1783: Letter of Benjamin Harrison to com-missioners Col. Evans, Col. Martin and Col. [William] Haymond. Refer-ence to a meeting, journey to Virginia, and brother.

17877-11-113-116-August 20, 1783: Duplicate filming. Deposition con-cerning Jacob Haymaker's certificate from Jacob Wyant. Jacob Wyant appeared before Justice of Peace in Westmoreland County of the Com-monwealth of Pennsylvania and swore that Col. William Harrison supplied 109 pounds of powder for delivery to Jacob Haymaker for purpose of pay-ing the hands [workers] at the boat yard but powder was lost at New Store when Wyant's horse broke loose. Names: Michael Huffnagle?, Samuel Newell, Alexander Mitchel.

17878-11-117-118-August 30, 1783: Letter of John McMurtry to Col. [Hugh] McGarry. Reference to General Evins' letter; the supplying of mus-kets for 9 men, who were returning from captivity; mouth of Big Bone Lick and the mouth of Kentucky River; and Col. Benjamin Logan.

17879-11-119-120-August 9, 1783: Faded. General Simpson's letter to boat yard.

17880-11-121-August 4, 1783: Letter of Benjamin Johnston to Merriwether Smith. Letter of Benjamin Johnston to Governor Harrison. Filed and printed elsewhere.

17881-11-122-August 9, 1783: Shawnee Talks to George Walls. Filed and printed elsewhere.

17882-11-123-August 4, 1783: Letter of Benjamin Logan to Governor Harrison. Filed and printed elsewhere.

17883-11-124-August 22, 1783: Letter of Chief Little Beaver to Governor Harrison. Filed and printed elsewhere.

17884-11-125-August 30, 1783: Letter of Joseph Martin to the Governor. Filed and printed elsewhere.

BOX 646-FOLDER 192

VOUCHERS-AUGUST 1783

FRAMES #126-180

59 documents filmed on 54 frames.

17885-11-127-128-August 11, 1783: Top document. Capt. Robert George at Falls of Ohio certified Jacob Wheat was a matross in the Virginia militia under his command from June 4, 1779 to October 20, 1781 and was enti-tled to be paid $109.

Jacob Wheat assigned various contents to Buckner Pittman on October 20, 1781. Items: shoes, hat, shirts, knife, coat, jacket, stroud. Names: George Rogers Clark.

17886-11-127-128-March 7, 1783: Bottom document. Capt. Robert George at Falls of Ohio certified John Walker served as a sergeant in the service of the state of Virginia in Illinois from June 4, 1779 to October 8, 1781 and was entitled to pay. Names: Buckner Pittman, Philip Barbour, George Rogers Clark.

17887-11-129-130-May 6, 1783: Top document. Duplicate filming. Capt. John Rogers certified Thomas Key served as a sergeant in the state cavalry from July 26, 1779 to August 9, 1781 and had not received any pay.

17888-11-129-130-June 7, 1783: Second document. Duplicate filming. Capt. John Rogers certified William Leare served as a soldier in the cavalry from September 20, 1779 to January 1, 1782 and had not received any pay.

17889-11-129-130-August 25, 1783: Third document. Duplicate filming. Names: Sergeant William Elms.

17890-11-129-130-June 7, 1783: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Capt. John Rogers certified George Key served as a soldier in cavalry from July 31, 1779 to August 9, 1781 and had not received any pay.

17891-11-131-132-August 6, 1783: Top document. Duplicate filming. John Key request to auditor to pay his certificate to Capt. John Rogers.

17892-11-131-132-August 16, 1783: Second document. Duplicate filming. William Leare request to issue his certificate to Capt. John Rogers.

17893-11-131-132-August 25, 1783: Third document. Duplicate filming. Names: Sergeant William Elms.

17894-11-131-132-August 8, 1783: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. George Key request for auditor to give his certificate to Capt. John Rogers.

17895-11-133-137-August 29, 1783: Top document. Duplicate filming. State of Virginia account for Nathaniel Mershon's pay for service in cavalry from August 5, 1779 to November 18, 1780.

17896-11-133-137-February 26, 1783: Bottom document. Duplicate film-ing. William Fleming, Thomas Marshall and Caleb Wallace at New Hol-land in Jefferson County indicated state of Virginia owed Abraham Keller and Joshua Archer due to certificates from James Finn and John Donne. Reference to mutton, bear meat, buffalo beef and venison. Names: Philip Barbour.

17897-11-138-139-February 26, 1783: Top document. William Fleming, Thomas Marshall and Caleb Wallace at New Holland, Jefferson County approved for payment Buckner Pittman's certificates from George Rogers Clark, Capt. Robert George and Martin Carney for service as boat master at Fort Jefferson. Names: Capt. [Philip] Barbour.

17898-11-138-139-August 11, 1783: Bottom document. Payment to Sam-uel Stroud. Names: Col. Bowman, John McDowell.

17899-11-140-143-December 31, 1781: Top document. Duplicate filming. Incomplete. Commonwealth of Virginia account for pay for a lieutenant in the cavalry. No names.

17900-11-140-143-August 27, 1783: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. State of Virginia pay to William Leare for service in cavalry.

17901-11-144-145-August 6, 1783: State of Virginia pay account for Lieut. James Slaughter for 1779.

17902-11-146-148-August 27, 1783: Top document. Duplicate filming. Pay voucher for Sergeant Thomas Key of the cavalry from September 26, 1779 to August 9, 1781.

17903-11-146-148-October 25, 1780: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Document in 3 pieces. Patt Kennedy certified service of Frederick Guion. Names: Lieut. Col. John Montgomery.

17904-11-149-151-August 27, 1783: Top document. Duplicate filming. Names: N. Randolph.

17905-11-149-151-August 27, 1783: Second document. Duplicate filming. Pay voucher for George Key's service in cavalry from July 31, 1779 to August 9, 1781.

17906-11-149-151-August 25, 1783: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Leather issued for shoes of Lieut. Richard Clark.

17907-11-152-155-August 27, 1783: Top document. Duplicate filming. Account of James Merriweather. Names: Capt. John Rogers.

17908-11-152-155-August 11, 1783: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Voucher to pay Edward Parker for beef and venison. Names: John McDowell.

17909-11-156-157-August 11, 1783: Top document. John McDowell at New Holland approved payment for Sergeant Edward Parker's express to Fort Vincent.

17910-11-156-157-August 11, 1783: Second document. William Fleming, Thomas Marshall and Caleb Wallace approved payment to Mark Thomas, who had supplied 15 pairs of shoes. Names: Capt. Philip Barbour.

17911-11-156-157-August 13, 1783: Bottom document. Lieut. Richard Harrison order to pay Philip Barbour. Names: George Rogers Clark.

17912-11-158-159-August 19, 1783: Top document. Lieut. James Slaugh-ter request for auditor to settle his account.

17913-11-158-159-No Date: Second document. George Rogers Clark order to pay Buckner Pittman for his express in March of 1782 from Falls of Ohio to Col. Benjamin Logan and then to Col. Todd at Lexington and back to Falls of Ohio.

17914-11-158-159-August 28, 1783: Bottom document. No names.

17915-11-160-161-February 19, 1783: Top document. Martin Carney certified Buckner Pittman acted as Boat Master from January 1, 1781 to July 2, 1782 at Fort Jefferson, New Holland. Names: George Rogers Clark, Capt. Robert George.

17916-11-160-161-1783: Second document. Bland Ballard certified Mark Thomas had never drawn any clothes from the public store while at the Falls of Ohio.

17917-11-160-161-June 11, 1783: Bottom document. Capt. John Rogers certified Nathaniel Mershon had served as a soldier in the cavalry from August 5, 1779 to November 15, 1780.

17918-11-162-163-August 23, 1783: Top document. Top document. Tho-mas Merriweather certified James Merriweather had left in the Council Chambers [of Virginia] receipts dated July 22, 1781 indicating that Abra-ham Frazer and Henry O'Neil? had been paid $300 bounty money for en-listing as soldiers on the western waters.

17919-11-162-163-August 4, 1783: Bottom document. Payment of cash to Capt. James Barron.

17920-11-164-165-August 11, 1783: Top document. Board of Commis-sioners office at New Holland approved payment to John Nelson. Names: John McDowell, Philip Barbour.

17921-11-164-165-August 10, 1783: Second document. Sergeant Michael Miles was issued 2 yards of ravens duck cloth.

17922-11-164-165-March 22, 1783: Third document. Voucher to pay Ed-ward Parker for buffalo beef, venison, buffalo meat, and beef.

17923-11-166-167-December 4, 1781: Top document. State of Virginia voucher to pay Mark Thomas for 15 pairs of shoes. Names: George Rogers Clark.

17924-11-166-167-September 23, 1782: Second document. Sergeant Parker had supplied 293 pounds of buffalo beef for use of troops at Fort Nelson. Names: James Finn.

17925-11-166-167-October 26, 1782: Third document. Sergeant Parker and party supplied 1060 pounds of buffalo beef and 260 pounds of venison for use of troops at Fort Nelson. Names: James Finn.

17926-11-166-167-September 29, 1783: Bottom document. Sergeant Parker supplied 3547 pounds of buffalo

17926-11-166-167-September 29, 1783-Continued: beef and 313 pounds of venison for troops at Fort Nelson. Names: James Finn.

17927-11-168-March 6, 1783: Top document. Voucher to pay Sergeant Edward Parker from the military fund.

17928-11-168-September 12, 1782: Second document. Voucher to pay Sergeant [Edward] Parker and company for supplying 300 pounds of buf-falo beef for troops at Fort Nelson. Names: James Finn.

17929-11-168-September 21, 1783: Bottom document. Voucher to pay Sergeant [Edward] Parker for 323 pounds of beef and 150 pounds of veni-son for troops at Fort Nelson. Names: James Finn.

17930-11-169-172-July 2, 1782: Top document. Duplicate filming. Voucher to pay John Nelson for 140 pounds of pork for troops at Fort Nelson. Names: James Finn.

17931-11-169-172-July 15, 1782: Second document. Duplicate filming. Voucher to pay Edward Johnson for working on the galley at Falls of Ohio. Names: George Rogers Clark, Samuel Smyth.

17932-11-169-172-September 12, 1779: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Capt Jacob Pyeatt certified George Owens had served as a soldier in Capt. William Harrod's company and had supplied his own beef and flour from May 1, 1779 to September 12, 1779.

17933-11-173-174-July 3, 1782: Top document. Capt. [Abraham] Keller supplied 200 pounds of bear meat and 215 pounds of venison for troops in Jefferson County. Names: James Finn, Meredith Price.

17934-11-173-174-March 6, 1783: Second document. Fort Nelson (Falls of Ohio) Discharge of soldier Edward Johnston, who had served in Capt. [Abraham] Chapline's company of Illinois Regiment from January 18, 1780 to January 18, 1783. Names: Capt. [Edward] Worthington, Major George Walls, Philip Barbour.

17935-11-173-174-March 20, 1783: Bottom document. John McDowell approved voucher to pay George Puff, George Owens, and John Sanders, who had supplied their own rations. Names: Col. Bowman.

17936-11-175-176-No Date: Top left document. Incomplete. Names: Ser-geant Jefferson.

17937-11-175-176-January 5, 1782: Top right document. Incomplete. Wages for soldiers. Names: George Rogers Clark, Thomas Baxter, Edward Parker.

17938-11-175-176-June 28, 1781: Bottom document. Joshua Archer sup-plied 37 pounds of mutton, 287 pounds of bear meat, 624 pounds of buffalo beef, 892 pounds of deer meat at Fort Jefferson for Illinois Department troops, who were going to Falls of Ohio. Names: John Donne, Capt. Robert George, Meredith Price.

17939-11-177-178-September 12, 1779: Top document. Faded. Jacob Pyeatt approved voucher to pay George Puff.

17940-11-177-178-July 3, 1782: Bottom document. Abstract of sundry papers laid before the Court of Jefferson County, Virginia in order to have the prices of the articles appraised. Reference to beef, buffalo beef, planks, bear meat and troops. Names: Capt. Robert George, John Donne, Philip Hupp, George Rogers Clark, James Finn, John Archer, Meredith Price.

17941-11-179-180-July 11, 1783: Top document. Discharge of soldier John Gordon and his request to auditor of public accounts at Richmond, Virginia to send certificate to Capt. [Benjamin] Roberts. Names: George Slaughter at Falls of Ohio.

17942-11-179-180-May 1, 1779: Second document. John Saunders at Falls of Ohio supplied 210 pounds of beef, 40 pounds of flour and 3 pints of salt for use of the garrison. Names: Capt. Jacob Pyeatt.

17943-11-179-180-May 9, 1781: Bottom left document. Incomplete. Dis-charge of soldier Thomas Hays of Capt. Abraham Kellar's company.

17944-11-179-180-July 17, 1783: Bottom right document. Discharge of soldier Sylvester Munroney from Col. George Slaughter Corps at Falls of Ohio and his instruction to auditors of public account to give his wages and clothes to Capt. Benjamin Roberts.

BOX 647-FOLDER 193

LETTERS-SEPTEMBER 1783

FRAMES #181-192

6 documents filmed on 11 frames.

17945-11-182-September 12, 1783: Letter of George Walls to Mr. Sher-lock?. Filed and printed elsewhere.

17946-11-183-September 11, 1783: Letter of George Walls to the Shawnee [Indians]. Filed and printed elsewhere.

17947-11-184-September 25, 1783: Letter of Col. Russell to Governor Harrison. Filed and printed elsewhere.

17948-11-185-September 27, 1783: Letter of Joseph Martin to Governor Harrison. Filed and printed elsewhere.

17949-11-186 -190-May 1, 1783: Duplicate filming. Letter written in French. Names: Richard Winston.

17950-11-191-192-No Date: Deposition of Philip Lyon before notary pub-lic William Webb at Philadelphia, Penn. Reference to Justice of Peace William McMullin of Philadelphia, Oliver Pollock, Bill of Exchange, West Indies, South Carolina and New Orleans for years 1777-1780, depreciation, gold, silver and Virginia.

BOX 647-FOLDER 194

VOUCHERS-SEPTEMBER 1783

FRAMES #- 193-240

42 documents filmed on 47 frames.

17951-11-194-197-February 5, 1780: Top document. Duplicate filming. Zephaniah Blackford at Fort Patrick Henry certified Nicholas Tuttle had supplied 275 pounds of wild meat for use of the troops.

17952-11-194-197-December 21, 1780: Second document. Duplicate filming. Major Silas Harlan supplied buffalo beef for troops of Illinois Department at Fort Jefferson. Names: Capt. Robert George, John Donne, George Rogers Clark.

17953-11-194-197-December 22, 1782: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Major Silas Harlan supplied bear meat and tallow at Fort Jefferson and was to be paid by the commonwealth of Virginia. Names: Martin Car-ney, Capt. Robert George, George Rogers Clark.

17954-11-198-199-May 23, 1783: Top document. State of Virginia account of George Oins [Owens]. Items: rum, sugar, coffee, gun powder, lead, broad cloth, flannel, needles, paper pins, wild meat. Names: John McDow-ell, Major Silas Harlan.

17955-11-198-199-September 13, 1783: Bottom document. Major George Walls supplied 2 cannons to James Sherlock for use of indians at Shawnee town.

17956-11-200-204-September 8, 1783: Top document. Duplicate filming. Jacob Russell in Monongalia County made oath about lost gun/rifle. Names: George Rogers Clark, James Cochran.

17957-11-200-204-September 9, 1783: Second document. Duplicate film-ing. Capt. John Rogers certified Ellick Chambers had served in the cavalry from January 1, 1780 to December 31, 1781 and had not received any pay.

17958-11-200-204-September 28, 1783: Bottom left document. Duplicate filming. Robert Dougan certified Gilbert Simpson owed $183 for wheat for use of General George Rogers Clark campaign.

17959-11-200-204-No Date: Bottom right document. Duplicate filming. Incomplete.

17960-11-205-206-No Date: Top document. Faded. Reference to Com-monwealth of Virginia, Edmond Rice, Capt. Benjamin Whaley, bullocks, horses, expedition.

17961-11-205-206-July 10, 1782: Second document. State of Virginia account with James Baxter for work on the galley at Falls of Ohio. Names: Bland Ballard, George Rogers Clark.

17962-11-205-206-July 12, 1782: Third document. State of Virginia ac-count with James Bryan for work on the galley at Falls of Ohio. Names: Bland Ballard, George Rogers Clark.

17963-11-207-209-September 5, 1783: Top document. Duplicate filming. Voucher for James Baxter's work on galley. Names: John McDowell, Col. Bowman.

17964-11-207-209-March 24, 1783: Second document. Duplicate filming. Bounty money due Abraham Frazer of Capt. [John] Baley's company of Illinois Regiment. Names: William Fleming, Samuel McDowell, Caleb Wallace, J. Moore.

17965-11-207-209-June 26, 1783: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Voucher for lost horse of Edmund Rice. Names: James Lyley.

17966-11-210-211-August 30, 1783: Top document. John Murphy request to settle account of Leander Murphy.

17967-11-210-211-May 17, 1783: Second document. Voucher to pay for guns, horses, saddles, bridles and gun shot pouches, which were lost on retreat from Boones Station. Names: John Hughes, Thomas McCarty, John King, Thomas Cherry, John McManus, John McDowell.

17968-11-210-211-February 14, 1782: Bottom document. Capt. John Rogers certified John Murphy had served in the state dragoons from August 5, 1779 to February 14, 1782 and had not received any pay.

17969-11-212-213-May 23, 1783: Top document. Voucher for estate of Silas Harlan, who was dead. Names: John McDowell.

17970-11-212-213-May 22, 1783: Second document. Incomplete. Items: flour, whiskey, hiring of horses, barges, flat bottom boats, express, corn. Names: Isaac Dyefor, John Williams, Andrew Vaughan, Joseph Gre-anawalt, James Sullivan, John Campbell.

17971-11-212-213-November 11, 1782: Bottom document. Names: Samuel McDowell, John Armstrong, Lexington.

17972-11-214-215-September 4, 1783: Top document. Payment for horses lost at Estill defeat. Names: Page Portwood, David Crews, Benjamin Mar-tin, John Moore, John Berry, Robert Harris, Stephen Hancock, John McDowell.

17973-11-214-215-March 13, 1783: Bottom document. Sergeant Michael Miles certified Sergeant Abraham Frazer had served in the Illinois Regi-ment from January 22, 1781 and had not received his bounty or pay.

17974-11-216-217-September 4, 1783: Top document. No. 76 voucher for loses of Lincoln Militia at Estill defeat. Items: rum, sugar, coffee, gun powder, lead, cloth, flannel, needles, paper pins.

17975-11-216-217-No Date: Bottom document. Voucher No. 70. Names: John Johnson.

17976-11-218-221-September 13, 1783: Top document. Duplicate filming. Major George Walls supplied leather to Will Oldham in exchange for in-dian corn. Names: Col. Pope.

17977-11-218-221-September 24, 1782: Second document. Duplicate filming. State of Virginia pay to Ellick Chambers for service as a soldier from January 1, 1780 to December 31, 1781.

17978-11-218-221-September 18, 1783: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Major George Walls at Fort Nelson gave a pair of stirrup irons in exchange for 90 pounds of beef supplied by William Roberts. Names: John Donne.

17979-11-222-223-January ?, 1781: Top document. Names: Edmund Rice, Lieut. James Kennedy.

17980-11-222-223-September 5, 1783: Second document. Francis Adams paid for work on galley. Names: Bland Ballard, George Rogers Clark.

17981-11-224-227-September ?, 1783: Top document. Duplicate filming. Incomplete. Names: John McDowell, John Johnson.

17982-11-224-227-September 3, 1783: Second document. Duplicate film-ing. State of Virginia payment due William Smith for working on galley. Names: Bland Ballard, George Rogers Clark.

17983-11-224-227-October 29, 1783: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Powder issued for going to Chickasaw Indians. Names: Capt. Robert George, Major George Walls, James Houghland.

17984-11-228-231-January 5, 1781: Top left document. Duplicate filming. Fort Nelson issued flour. Names: Lieut. Richard Clark.

17985-11-228-231-July 25, 1782: Top right document. Duplicate filming. Powder and lead issued for Fayette County Militia. Names: John Todd.

17986-11-228-231-September 3, 1783: Third document. Duplicate filming. Duck cloth issued . Names: Thomas Joynes, Lieut. Richard Clark.

17987-11-228-231-April 2, 1783: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Nathaniel Mershon served as a soldier in Capt. John Rogers company. Names: Cornelian Mershon, Finch Shother?

17988-11-232-234-September 16, 1783: Top document. Duplicate filming. Ellick Chambers instructed auditors to deliver his certificate for service to Sergeant Philip Johnson.

17989-11-232-234-March 29, 1783: Second document. Duplicate filming. Payment due Francis Adams for work on the galley at Louisville. Names: Col. Bowman, John McDowell, Marsham Brashear.

17990-11-232-234-April 16, 1783: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Payment due William Smith for work on the row galley. Names: John McDowell, Col. Bowman.

17991-11-235-240-April 26, 1783: Top document. Duplicate filming. Ref-erence to Samuel Stroud and corn. Names: Jacob Pyeatt.

17992-11-235-240-September 25, 1782: Second document. Duplicate filming. Powder issued to Sergeant Andrew Steele of Fayette County Mili-tia. Unable to read name.

17993-11-235-240-September 23, 1783: Third document. Duplicate film-ing. David Allen certified Gilbert Simpson supplied wheat for George Rogers Clark expedition.

BOX 647-FOLDER 195

LETTERS-OCTOBER 1783

FRAMES #241-249

6 documents filmed on 8 frames.

17994-11-242-October 1, 1783: Inventory of Ordinance and Military Stores at Fort Nelson. Filed and printed elsewhere.

17995-11-243-October 8, 1783: Account of stores at Fort Nelson resulting from examination from Mr. Finn's cooks. Filed and printed elsewhere.

17996-11-244-October 18, 1783: Letter of Joseph Martin and John Donel-son to Shawnee [indians]. Filed and printed elsewhere.

17997-11-245-October 20, 1783: Letter of Henry Heth to Governor Harrison. Filed and printed elsewhere.

17998-11-246-October 26, 1783: Letter of George Walls to Shawnee [indi-ans]. Filed and printed elsewhere.

17999-11-247-October 13, 1783: Extract from the Journal of Council. Reference to Richard Winston, a resident of Illinois, who was sick and unable to deliver bill of exchanges to the commissioners. Matter was re-ferred to auditors. Names: A. Blair.

18000-11-248-249-June 14, 1784: Extract from minutes of Council. Refer-ence to petition of Richard Winston and auditors of public account. Names: A. Blair.

BOX 647-FOLDER 196

VOUCHERS-OCTOBER 1783

FRAMES #250-291

51 documents filmed on 41 frames.

18001-11-251-252-June 27, 1783: Top document. Martin Carney certified Andrew Clark worked as an artificer at Falls of Ohio and Fort Jefferson. Reference to Andrew Clark and Michael Ohara being given certificates for a gun/rifle.

18002-11-251-252-October 18, 1783: Second document. Major George Walls supplied salt and beef for use of troops at Fort Nelson. Names: John Donne, William Roberts.

18003-11-251-252 October 24, 1783: Third document. Major George Walls issued powder and lead at Fort Nelson to Valentine Thomas Dalton, who was going to Fort Vincents.

18004-11-253-254-October 18, 1783: Top document. Fort Nelson issued beef to Lieut. Richard Clark.

18005-11-253-254-October 9, 1783: Second document. Beef, flour and salt issued to Sergeant Michael Miles.

18006-11-253-254-October 2, 1783: Third document. State of Virginia account with Doctor Hartt. Names: William Bennum, Col. [John] Rogers, Bazill Brown, James Cobyrn. Reference to soldiers wounded, medicine and Illinois Regiment.

18007-11-255-256-No Date: Top document. Names: George Hartt, James Harrod, [William] Bennum, [Bazill] Brown, Col. [John] Rogers.

18008-11-255-256-October 26, 1783: Bottom document. Major George Walls supplied 16 pounds of flour to Moses Lunsford, who was going on express to the Shawnee [indian] towns. Names: Martin Carney.

18009-11-257-260-September 1780: Top document. Duplicate filming. Capt. Robert Todd certified William Hall and Lewis Pines served in the Illinois Regiment from January 13, 1779 to July 10, 1780 and had not received payment for service.

18010-11-257-260-October 19, 1783: Second document on left. Duplicate filming. Fort Nelson issued 7 pounds of beef for use of Lieut. Richard Clark.

18011-11-257-260-October 21, 1783: Third document on right. Duplicate filming. Rank and file rations for troops at Fort Nelson and Louisville.

18012-11-257-260-October 29, 1783: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Major George Walls at Fort Nelson issued a blanket in exchange for 100 pounds of bear meat supplied for troops by James Dawson.

18013-11-261-262-October 26, 1783: Top document. Fort Nelson issued beef to Lieut. Richard Clark.

18014-11-261-262-October 13, 1783: Second document. Major George Walls at Fort Nelson issued 18 coats, 18 waistcoats, 18 pairs of shoes 10 18 men of Lieut. Richard Clark company.

18015-11-261-262-June 10, 1783: Third document. Sergeant Edward Goodwin, Amos Goodwin, Nimrod Duncan and Benjamin Duncan in-formed the auditor at Richmond, [Virginia] to deliver their certificates to Col. George Slaughter.

18016-11-263-264-October 26, 1781: Top document. State of Virginia pay for soldiers Amos Goodwin, Nimrod Duncan, and Benjamin Duncan for November 12, 1779 to October 26, 1781.

18017-11-263-264-April 14, 1783: Second document. Voucher to pay George Slaughter for tallow. Names: John McDowell, Col. Bowman.

18018-11-263-264-October 5, 1783: Third document. Fort Nelson issued a camp kettle in payment for 82 pounds of bear meat for troops. Names: Major George Walls, William Elms.

18019-11-265-268-October 18, 1783: Top document. Duplicate filming. Major George Walls issued powder and lead in exchange for buffalo beef for troops at Fort Nelson. Names: John Vaughan.

18020-11-265-268-October 18, 1783: Second document. Duplicate filming. State of Virginia account with Andrew Heth for venison. Names: William Haymond.

18021-11-265-268-October 20, 1783: Third document. Duplicate filming. Major George Walls issued powder and lead in exchange for 83 pounds of buffalo beef for troops at Fort Nelson. Names: James Tarebax?, Richard Clark.

18022-11-265-268-October 21, 1783: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Major George Walls at Fort Nelson issued 3 blankets in exchange for 280 pounds of beef. Names: John Donne, Marsham Brashear.

18023-11-269-270-October 21, 1783: Top document. Valentine Thomas Dalton certified Major George Walls at Fort Nelson supplied a rifle, pow-der and lead for Chief Costia of the Piankishaw Indians.

18024-11-269-270-October 20, 1783: Second document. Major George Walls at Fort Nelson issued powder and lead in full payment for 60 pounds of beef for use of troops. Names: Capt. John Baley, Lieut. Richard Clark.

18025-11-269-270-October 22, 1783: Third document. Major George Walls at Fort Nelson issued powder and lead in payment for 203 pounds of buffalo beef for use of troops. Names: James Houghland, Martin Carney.

18026-11-269-270-October 29, 1783: Bottom document. Major George Walls at Fort Nelson issued a camp kettle in payment for 116 pounds of bear meat for use of troops. Names: David Owens, Martin Carney.

18027-11-271-272-October 23, 1783: Top document. Major George Walls issued a camp kettle for Valentine Thomas Dalton, who was going to Fort Vincent.

18028-11-271-272-October 19, 1783: Second document. Reference to interpreter David Owens, stockings and meat.

18029-11-271-272-October 26, 1783: Third document. Major George Walls issued powder and lead in payment for 150 pounds of buffalo beef for use of troops at Fort Nelson. Names: William Thompson, Mary Jones.

18030-11-273-276-July 10, 1780: Top document. Duplicate filming. Pay-ment to Lewis Pine for service as a soldier in Illinois Regiment from Janu-ary 13, 1779 to July 10, 1780.

18031-11-273-276-June 29, 1783: Second document. Duplicate filming. Auditors payment to Silman Gumper for serving as a soldier and his dis-charge. Names: Richmond, Virginia, Charles Duckler?

18032-11-277-278-October 26, 1783: Top document. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Nelson for his October ration of beef, flour, corn and salt.

18033-11-277-278-October 25, 1783: Second document. Major George Walls order to issue rations for 14 men of the Illinois Regiment at Fort Nelson. Names: William Mitchell.

18034-11-277-278-October 29, 1783: Bottom document. Major George Walls at Fort Nelson (Falls of Ohio) discharged soldier Robert Whitehead who had served a 3 year enlistment from December 29, 1779 to December 31, 1781 in Capt. John Baley company of the Illinois Regiment. Names: Lieut. Col. John Montgomery.

18035-11-279-280-October 17, 1783: Top document. Ration of beef, flour, corn and salt issued for Fort Nelson garrison. Names: ? Robertson, Louis-ville.

18036-11-279-280-October 21, 1781: Second document. Discharge of George Williams, who enlisted in 1779 at Williamsburg, Virginia for de-fense of the Western Frontier of Virginia. Names: Capt. Benjamin Roberts, Col. George Slaughter.

18037-11-279-280-September 29, 1783: Bottom document. Powder issued for payment of beef at Fort Nelson. Names: John Coldwater, Thomas McCarty, Major George Walls, Lieut. Richard Clark.

18038-11-281-282-October 1, 1783: Top document. Major George Walls issued 2 blankets to Lieut. Richard Clark.

18039-11-281-282-April ?, 1783: Second document. Bartlet Archer request to pay his wages as a soldier in the Virginia Line at Falls of Ohio to Col. George Slaughter.

18040-11-281-282-March 31, 1783: Third document. Col. George Slaugh-ter paid Robert Sanders for supplying tallow for troops. Names: W. Janist.

18041-11-281-282-July 30, 1783: Bottom document. George Slaughter Jr. request to auditors of public account at Richmond, Virginia to deliver his certificate for service in the Western Waters to Col. George Slaughter.

18042-11-283-284-March 31, 1783: Top document. George Slaughter at Falls of Ohio certified Robert Saunders in March of 1781 supplied tallow for the troops.

18043-11-283-284-October 7, 1783: Top document. State of Virginia pay-ment to Edward Goodwin for service as a soldier in Col. George Slaughter Corps from November 16, 1779 to October 26, 1781.

18044-11-283-284-September 27, 1783: Bottom document. Major George Walls supplied indian corn for use of troops at Fort Nelson. Names: James Finn.

18045-11-285-286-October 9, 1783: Top document. George Rogers Clark at Richmond, Virginia on June 29, 1783 certified Silman Gumper had served as a soldier in the Illinois Regiment from February 17, 178 to August 8, 1780.

18046-11-285-286-October 26, 1781: Bottom document. State of Virginia pay for George Slaughter and for Bartlett Asher for service from 1779 to October 26, 1781.

18047-11-287-289-October 15, 1783: Top document. Duplicate filming. Letter of John Evans of Monongalia County to Benjamin Harrison. Refer-ence to arms, rifles and pouches.

18048-11-287-289-October 26, 1783: Second document on left. Duplicate filming. Rank and file rations for Illinois Regiment.

18049-11-287-289-October 12, 1783: Third document on right. Duplicate filming. Capt. Robert George request at Fort Nelson to issue 10 coats, 10 pairs of shoes, 10 pairs of stockings for 10 men of his artillery company.

18050-11-287-289-October 20, 1783: Bottom document. Major George Walls at Fort Nelson issued powder and lead for use of Moses Lunsford, who was going with Sergeant John Joynes to the Shawnee [indian] towns.

18051-11-290-291-October 26, 1783: Top document. Major George Walls at Fort Nelson paid Bland Ballard for 236 pounds of buffalo beef.

18052-11-290-291-October 30, 1783: Bottom document. State of Virginia payment to Lewis Pines and William Hall for service as soldiers in the Illinois Regiment from January 13, 1779 to July 10, 1780.

BOX 647-FOLDER 197

LETTERS-NOVEMBER 1783

FRAMES #292-295

3 documents filmed on 3 frames.

18053-11-293-November 18, 1783: Discharged enlisted soldiers of the Illinois Regiment nominated Philip Barbour to act as their agent with the auditors of public account to receive their wages and pay. Names: William Elms, Sergeant John Vaughan, James Dawson, Thomas Hooper, David Allin, Sergeant Turner Oliver, Richard Breading, Archibald Lockart, Mat-thew Jones, Isham Floyd.

18054-11-294-November 12, 1783: Letter of John Bentley to Governor Harrison. Filed and printed elsewhere.

18055-11-295-November 20, 1783: Petition for pardon of William Barton to Governor Harrison. Filed and printed elsewhere.

BOX 647-FOLDER 198

VOUCHERS-NOVEMBER 1783

FRAMES #296-338

45 documents filmed on 42 frames.

18056-11-297-298-November 28, 1783: Top document. Major George Walls paid Daniel Brohead for indian corn supplied at Fort Nelson for indians.

18057-11-297-298-November 1, 1783: Second document. Rank and file rations for Fort Nelson (Louisville). Capt. Robert George.

18058-11-297-298-November 6, 1783: Bottom document. Fort Nelson issued flour for use of Capt. Robert George.

18059-11-299-301-November 8, 1783: Top document. Duplicate filming. Rations issued Fort Nelson. Names: Lieut. Richard Clark, William Pritchett.

18060-11-299-301-November 3, 1783: Second document. Duplicate film-ing. Fort Nelson issued beef to Lieut. Richard Clark.

18061-11-299-301-November 22, 1783: Third document. Duplicate film-ing. Fort Nelson (Louisville) issued rations. Names: Capt. Robert George.

18062-11-299-301-November 10, 1783: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Major George Walls issued flour to Lieut. Richard Clark at Fort Nelson.

18063-11-302-303-November 28, 1783: Top document. Names: Major George Walls, ? Ward, Fort Nelson.

18064-11-302-303-November 14, 1783: Second document. Fort Nelson issued flour to Lieut. Richard Clark.

18065-11-302-303-November 2, 1783: Third document. Faded. Capt. Rob-ert Todd certified Moses Bonner was a soldier in the Illinois Regiment. Reference to Kaskaskia.

18066-11-302-303-May 6, 1783: Bottom document. Capt. John Rogers certified Charles Martin served in the cavalry from July 19, 1779 to August 9, 1781.

18067-11-304-305-November 25, 1783: Top document. Major George Walls at Fort Nelson issued powder for payment of salt. Names: Moses Henry, Martin Carney, Robert Daniel.

18068-11-304-305-November ? , 1783: Bottom document. Faded. Refer-ence to planks. Names: Martin Carney, Thomas Marshall.

18069-11-306-307-November 24, 1783: Inventory of store. Items: horse collars, chains, mattocks, axes, shovels, stirrups, curry comb, iron. Names: Robert Daniels.

18070-11-308-309-November 18, 1783: Top document. Major George Walls issued lead for payment of 30 pounds of bear meat. Names: Martin Carney, John Nelson.

18071-11-308-309-May 7, 1783: Bottom document. Lieut. Col. John Montgomery certified Nicholas Tuttle served as a soldier in the Illinois Regiment form January 6, 1779 to May 8, 1782. Reference to auditors, military fund and Benjamin Harrison.

18072-11-310-311-November 20, 1783: Top document. Major George Walls issued gun powder, lead and flint to Martin Carney for payment of corn for troops at Fort Nelson. Names: Daniel Brohead, Philip Barbour.

18073-11-310-311-November 20, 1783: Second document. Major George Walls issued a camp kettle for payment of 50 pounds of buffalo and indian corn for use of troops. Names: Martin Carney.

18074-11-310-311-November 4, 1783: Third document. Fort Nelson issued 2 coats, 2 pairs of stockings, and 2 pairs of shoes for men of Lieut. Richard Clark company.

18075-11-310-311-November 20, 1783: Bottom document. Fort Nelson issued powder and lead to Capt. Robert George.

18076-11-312-313-November 24, 1783: Top document. Major George Walls at Fort Nelson issued a rifle, sword, belt, lead and flints to interpreter David Owens for a friendly Shawnee Indian. Names: Martin Carney.

18077-11-312-313-November 4, 1783: Second document. Major George Walls at Fort Nelson issued powder for payment of beef for troops. Names: Mark Thomas, John Donne.

18078-11-312-313-November 6, 1783: Third document. Fort Nelson issued flour and beef for use of Lieut. Richard Clark.

18079-11-314-315-November 19, 1783: Top document. Major George Walls at Fort Nelson issued powder for payment of buffalo beef. Names: Peter Miller, Lieut. Richard Clark.

18080-11-314-315-November 21, 1783: Bottom document. Rank and file rations for Fort Nelson garrison. Names: Capt. Robert George.

18081-11-316-317-November 22, 1783: House of Delegates [of Virginia] resolution to pay claim of Thomas Bentley. Names: John Bentley.

18082-11-318-320-November 18, 1783: Top document. Duplicate filming. Fragments. Reference to enlisted Illinois Regiment soldiers, who had se-lected Philip Barbour to represent them with the auditors of public accounts [of Virginia]. Names: James Ramsey, William Burley, Sergeant John Moore, Thomas Gaskins, Boston Damewood, William Bell, John Farr, John Johnston, John Lemmons, Sergeant William Prittchett, Andrew Co-nors, John Coldwater.

18083-11-318-320-November 17, 1783: Second document. Duplicate filming. Faded. Reference to holsters, pistols, and expedition. Names: Major George Walls.

18084-11-318-320-November 4, 1783: Third document. Duplicate filming. Faded. Names: Capt. John Baley.

18085-11-321-322-November 12, 1783: Pay roll for 10 prisoners, who were taken at Martins Station in the June 26, 1780 and were exchanged November 6, 1782. Names: Lieut. John McLan, Thomas Machen, William McHon, William McQuire, Francis Berry, Thomas Berry, William Leforce, John Dunken, John Dunken Jr., Samuel Porter, Capt. Charles Galliff, John Bowman, Benjamin Harrison.

18086-11-323-324-November 4, 1783: Top document. Major George Walls issued a camp kettle in payment for beef issued for troops at Fort Nelson. Names: Mark Thomas, John Donne.

18087-11-323-324-November 6, 1783: Second document. Reference to pair of shoes. Names: Mark Thomas.

18088-11-323-324-November 4, 1783: Third document. John Reid certified George Flynn served as a guide from Cumberland to the Chickasaw Indi-ans.

18089-11-325-327-November 4, 1783: Top document. Duplicate filming. Malcum McGee at Nash Borough was paid for service as [interpreter] for the Chickasaw Indian treaty. Names: John Reid, Samuel Henry.

18090-11-325-327-No Date: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Incom-plete. Bill of Exchange issued at Falls of Ohio for salt. Names: George Rogers Clark, John Edwards.

18091-11-328-329-November 14, 1783: Top document. Major George Walls used powder, melting ladle, and flints for payment of beef for troops at Fort Nelson. Names: David Owens, Martin Carney.

18092-11-328-329-November 3, 1783: Second document. Flour issued to Lieut. Richard Clark.

18093-11-328-329-September 20, 1780: Bottom document. Incomplete. Bill of Exchange. Names: Jacob Virmeter, Will Shannon, Lieut. Richard Clark.

18094-11-330-333-September 21, 1780: Top document. Duplicate filming. Falls of Ohio Bill of Exchange sent to Treasurer of Virginia for payment to Jacob Virmeter for salt supplied for troops stationed in the Western De-partment under command of George Rogers Clark. Names: Will Shannon, Lieut. Richard Clark, Benjamin Harrison.

18095-11-330-333-November 13, 1783: Second document. Duplicate filming. Fort Nelson issued month's rations for Capt. Robert George.

18096-11-330-333-July 23, 1780: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Names: William Tyler, Thomas Marshall, James F. Moore.

18097-11-334-336-November 29, 1783: Top document. Duplicate filming. John McDowell at New Holland approved payment for planks supplied by Edward Taylor.

18098-11-334-336-November 18, 1783: Second document. Duplicate filming. Capt. Robert George order to issue meat for friendly Shawnee indians at Fort Nelson.

18099-11-334-336-May 25, 1782: Third document. Duplicate filming. Rations issued for artificers.

18100-11-337-338-November 4, 1783: Top document. Fort Nelson issued a coat and pair of shoes to Sergeant James Baxter of the infantry. Names: Lieut. Richard Clark.

18101-11-337-338-November 3, 1783: Bottom document. Appraisement of horses and bullocks by James Hougland and Joshua Archer. Reference to expedition of Jefferson County Militia. Names: Col. John Floyd, Joseph Phelps, Capt. James Asturgus.

BOX 647-FOLDER 199

LETTERS-DECEMBER 1783

FRAMES #339-365

9 documents filmed on 26 frames.

18102-11-340-343-December 22, 1783: Duplicate filming. Faded. Resolu-tion of House of Delegates [of Virginia] concerning tax on males. Names: Charles Gratiot, John Beckley.

18103-11-344-December 1, 1783: Letter of Isaac Shelby to Governor Harrison. Filed and printed elsewhere.

18104-11-345-December 11, 1783: Letter of Joseph Crockett to Governor Harrison. Extract from [Virginia] Council minutes and report of board of officers. Names: George Rogers Clark. Filed and printed elsewhere.

18105-11-346-347-December 9, 1783: Letter of Isaac Bush from Philadel-phia, Penn. to Governor and Treasurer of Virginia concerning goods pur-chased for Philip LeGras and tobacco. Names: Simon Nathan, William Adcock.

18106-11-348-December 9, 1783: William Webb, notary public for Com-monwealth of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia certified deposition of William Adcock. Names: Isaac Bush.

18107-11-349-350-December 9, 1783: House of Delegates [of Virginia] resolution concerning vouchers of George Rogers Clark. Names: John Beckley.

18108-11-351-353-December 19, 1783: House of Delegates [of Virginia] resolution concerning petition of attorney Bartholomew Bourgard for the widow and heirs of his brother James Bourgard. Names: Richard Lee, Charles Gratiot, Col. John Todd, Fouland Bourgard, John Beckley.

18109-11-354-356-December 13, 1783: Duplicate filming. George Rogers Clark certified Col. John Campbell gave up part of his house at the Falls of Ohio to be used to store ammunition and stores until the spring of 1782.

18110-11-357-363-December 13, 1783: Duplicate filming. Joseph Crockett certified that he had observed Col. John Campbell's house had been used for a store in the year 1781.

18111-11-364-365-December 13, 1783: George Rogers Clark and Joseph Crockett certified that Col. John Campbell gave part of his Falls of Ohio house to be used to store the public ammunition from September of 1779 to the spring of 1782.

BOX 647-FOLDER 200

VOUCHERS-DECEMBER 1783

FRAMES #366-450

64 documents filmed on 84 frames.

18112-11-367-368-December 16, 1783: [ Virginia] House of Delegates resolution concerning the deposition of officers: General Scott, General Morgan, Colonel Heth, Col. Temple from the Continental Line and General George Rogers Clark, Col. Martin, Col. Dabney, and Capt. Roane from the [Virginia] State Line, who had attended the General Assembly. Reference to travel expenses and certificates. Names: John Beckley, Will Drew.

18113-11-369-372-December 9, 1783: Top document. Duplicate filming. Capt. Robert George certified Lieut. Valentine Thomas Dalton of artillery company of Illinois Regiment in November of 1780 went from Fort Jeffer-son to New Orleans in search of deserters and came back May 2, 1781. Names: Thomas Merriweather.

18114-11-369-372-December 3, 1783: Bottom document. Duplicate film-ing. Buckner Pittman instruction to auditors of public account to settle the account of Daniel Brohead.

18115-11-373-376-December 3, 1783: Top document. Duplicate filming. Major George Walls issued bills drawn on the Governor of Virginia in payment for 3500 pounds of buffalo beef and 240 bushels of indian corn delivered to Fort Nelson. Names: Lieut. Richard Clark, Philip Barbour.

18116-11-373-376-December 29, 1783: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Major George Walls paid Josiah Sanborn for tar. Names: Will Johnston.

18117-11-377-381-December 18, 1783: Top document. Duplicate filming. Incomplete. Names: Joseph Duncan, Benjamin Harrison.

18118-11-377-381-December 25, 1783: Second document. Duplicate filming. Major George Walls at Fort Nelson issued a pair of shoes in full payment for 48 pounds of beef purchased from John and Catherine Scog-gins. Names: John Donne.

18119-11-377-381-December 20, 1783: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Capt. Robert George order to Fort Nelson for gun powder and lead. Names: Major George Walls.

18120-11-382-385-December 18, 1783: Top document. Duplicate filming. Major George Walls at Falls of Ohio issued 3 pairs of shoes to George Wilson in payment for corn for troops.

18121-11-382-385-December 9, 1783: Second document. Duplicate film-ing. Military store voucher for salt in exchange for flour supplied by John Fake.

18122-11-382-385-December 25, 1783: Third document. Duplicate film-ing. Major George Walls at Fort Nelson issued gun powder in lieu of Vir-ginia currency for person bringing in deserters Henry Allen and George Rupert. Names: John Donne, ? MaCajah Mayfield.

18123-11-382-385-December 29, 1783: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Major George Walls at Fort Nelson issued a pair of shoes in full payment to John Vaughan for supplying 48 pounds of meat for troops. Names: Lieut. Richard Clark.

18124-11-386-387-December 19, 1783: Top document. Fort Nelson issued 30 pounds of indian corn to Capt. Robert George.

18125-11-386-387-December 29, 1783: Second document. Rank and file rations issued for Fort Nelson garrison. Names: Lieut. Richard Clark.

18126-11-386-387-October 30, 1780: Bottom document. Bill of Exchange issued at Falls of Ohio and sent to Treasurer of Virginia for payment to John Williams. Names: George Slaughter, Benjamin Harrison.

18127-11-388-389-December 21, 1783: Top document. Rank and file rations issued for company of Capt. Robert George.

18128-11-388-389-December 3, 1783: Second document. Rank and file rations issued for company of Capt. Robert George.

18129-11-388-389-December 17, 1783: Third document. Fort Nelson issued rations to William Clark.

18130-11-390-393-December 1, 1783: Top document. Duplicate filming. Major George Walls at Fort Nelson issued 2 pairs of shoes to John Nelson for 100 pounds of buffalo beef. Names: Martin Carney.

18131-11-390-393-December 12, 1783: Second document. Duplicate filming. Fort Nelson issued 30 pounds of flour to Capt. Robert George.

18132-11-390-393-December 26, 1783: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Fort Nelson issued beef to Lieut. Richard Clark.

18133-11-394-395-December ?, 1783: Top document. Fort Nelson issued rations for Capt. Robert George.

18134-11-394-395-December 15, 1783: Bottom document. Rank and file rations issued by Fort Nelson for company of Capt. Robert George.

18135-11-396-399-February 26, 1783: Top document. Duplicate filming. John McDowell at New Holland approved payment to George Wilson, who performed as a commissary on an expedition.

18136-11-396-399-February 27, 1783: Second document. Duplicate film-ing. William Fleming, Thomas Marshall and Caleb Wallace in Jefferson County received certificates for rations used on expedition from George Wilson.

18137-11-396-399-December 13, 1783: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Joseph Crockett at Richmond, Virginia certified George Slaughter served as an officer in the Western troops from November 6, 1779 to De-cember 21, 1781. Names: ? Merriweather.

18138-11-400-December 8, 1783: Entries from February 17, 1783 to De-cember 8, 1783 for distribution of axes, mattocks, spades, shovels, pick axes, hooks. Names: Monsieur Turpton?, John McFall?, James Sullivan, James Finn, James Sherlock, Lieut. Richard Clark, William Pope, James Hougland, William Roberts, William Elms, Lieut. [Valentine] Thomas Dalton, David Owens, Will Johnston, Mark Thomas, Martin Carney, Rob-ert Daniel, Joseph Parks, William Shannon, Aquilla Whitaker, James Pat-ten, John Donne, Major Crittenden, John Crow, Ralph Matson, Israel Ellis, Daniel Brohead, William Pique, William Johnston. Reference to indians, butter, flour, meat, Shawnee Indians, beef, corn, salt, wagoner.

18139-11-401-402-October 29, 1780: Top document. Bill of exchange sent from Falls of Ohio to Treasurer of Virginia for payment to John Williams for sundries furnished troops. Names: George Slaughter,

18140-11-401-402-October 23, 1780: Second document. Bill of exchange sent from Falls of Ohio to Treasurer of Virginia for payment to Samuel Walls, who supplied beef for troops. Names: George Slaughter.

18141-11-401-402-October 23, 1780: Third document. Bill of exchange sent from Falls of Ohio to Treasurer of Virginia for payment to John Carr, who supplied beef for troops. Names: George Slaughter.

18142-11-403-404-December 8, 1783: Top document. Benjamin Harrison's reference to auditor and bill of exchange of George Slaughter.

18143-11-403-404-December 8, 1783: Second document. Benjamin Harrison's reference to auditor, bill of exchange and rate of depreciation. Names: George Slaughter.

18144-11-403-404-December 8, 1783: Bottom document. Benjamin Harrison's reference to auditor, bill of exchange, rate of depreciation and John Williams.

18145-11-405-406-December 8, 1783: Top document. Duplicate filming. Benjamin Harrison stated the auditor would issue warrant according to rate of depreciation. Names: William Long, Joseph Wood, John Handley.

18146-11-405-406-December 12, 1783: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Commonwealth of Virginia at Richmond settlement of claims and bill of exchanges of Monsieur LeGras. Reference to George Rogers Clark, John Todd, and New Orleans. Names: W. Port, unable to read a name.

18147-11-407-408-October 14, 1780: Top document. Faded. Duplicate filming. Bill of exchange sent from Falls of Ohio to Treasurer of Virginia by William Shannon. Names: George Rogers Clark.

18148-11-407-408-December 12, 1783: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Auditor [of Virginia] directed to settle account of Monsieur Le-Gras. Names: A. Blair.

18149-11-409-412-July 21, 1783: Top document. Duplicate filming. D. Jamison certified James Kirtley served as a soldier in Col. George Slaugh-ter Corps of infantry in the Western Waters and was taken and held pris-oner by the indians to September 13, 1781.

18150-11-409-412-June 29, 1779: Second document. Duplicate filming. Faded. Reference to discharge of Joseph Roberts.

18151-11-409-412-October 2, 1783: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. George Rogers Clark certified Joseph Roberts was paid for his service.

18152-11-413-416-December ?, 1783: Duplicate filming. Written in French. Names: Pierre Langlois.

18153-11-417-419-December 6, 1783: Top document. Duplicate filming. John McDowell in Lincoln County on January 1, 1783 reported payment was due to Israel Grant. Names: William Grant.

18154-11-417-419-December 15, 1783: Second document. Duplicate fil-ing. Payment due John Thruston.

18155-11-417-419-December 13, 1783: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Major George Walls issued a

18155-11-417-419-December 13, 1783-Continued: cross cut saw, a camp kettle and 2 sets of horse geers as full payment for 1380 pounds of beef furnished for troops at Fort Nelson by James Patten. Names: Lieut. Richard Clark.

18156-11-420-423-December 8, 1783: Top document. Duplicate filming. Commonwealth [of Virginia] payment to Joseph Roberts for service as soldier in infantry from June 1, 1779 to June 1, 1780.

18157-11-420-423-December 4, 1783: Bottom left document. Duplicate filming. Major George Walls issued powder for payment to ? Kuykendall, who supplied indian meal for troops.

18158-11-420-423-December 12, 1783: Bottom right document. Duplicate filming. Major George Walls issued powder and flint to James Patten, who had supplied beef for troops.

18159-11-424-427-December 10, 1783: Top document. Duplicate filming. Major George Walls at Fort Nelson issued powder and lead for hunting. Names: Lieut. Richard Clark.

18160-11-424-427-December 10, 1783: Second document. Duplicate filming. Names: William Taylor, William Saunders.

18161-11-424-427-December 7, 1783: Bottom document. Duplicate film-ing. Major George Walls at Fort Nelson issued powder, salt and funds for payment of 106 pounds of flour. Names: John Fake.

18162-11-428-431-December 17, 1783: Top document. Duplicate filming. Major George Walls at Fort Nelson issued powder in payment to William Elms, who had supplied 364 pounds of beef.

18163-11-428-431-December 3, 1783: Second document. Duplicate film-ing. Major George Walls paid Will Shannon. Names: John Donne.

18164-11-428-431-December 11, 1783: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Powder and lead issued to Lieut. Richard Clark.

18165-11-432-433-June 24, 1784: Top document. Commonwealth of Vir-ginia payment to Buckner Pittman for service as a sergeant from May 1, 1780 to December 31, 1781.

18166-11-432-433-November 4, 1783: Bottom document. Major George Walls at Fort Nelson issued a set of bridle bits, stirrups and curry comb from the public store to Will Johnston in exchange for 100 pounds of beef.

18167-11-434-435-June 11, 1783: House of Delegates [of Virginia] resolu-tion to pay expenses of army officers committee, which attended the Gen-eral Assembly. Names: John Beckley, Will Drew.

18168-11-436-437-December 15, 1783: Top document. Commonwealth [of Virginia] payment to James Kirtley, who served in the infantry from Feb-ruary 19, 1779 to May 29, 1780.

18169-11-436-437-October 20, 1783: Bottom document. Lieut. John Rob-erts certified James Kirtley enlisted in the Illinois service July 19, 1779 and served until May 29, 1780 as a sergeant and sergeant major. Clothing is-sued had been a blanket, coat and indians shirts. Verso indicated George Rogers Clark discharged James Kirtley.

18170-11-438-441-December 18, 1783: Duplicate filming State of Virginia account with Lieut. James Montgomery from June of 1779 to September 1, 1781. Clothing issued: 2 shirts, cloth, 2 pairs of shoes, a hat, and coat but-tons. George Rogers Clark at Richmond, [Virginia] certified Ensign James Montgomery served in the Illinois Battalion from August 12, 1778 to Janu-ary 1, 1779. Clark also certified Montgomery had served as a lieutenant from January 1, 1779 to January 1, 1782.

18171-11-442-445-December 3, 1783: Top document. Duplicate filming. Powder and lead issued to Capt. Robert George. Names: Lieut. Richard Clark.

18172-11-442-445-December 26, 1783: Second document. Duplicate filming. Major George Walls at Fort Nelson issued 16 waistcoats and 16 pairs of shoes to Lieut. Richard Clark.

18173-11-442-445-December 26, 1783: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Shoes, stockings and vests issued to 10 men of Capt. Robert George company of artillery.

18174-11-446-447-December 28, 1783: Top document. Rank and file ration list of Capt. Robert George company. Names: Sergeant James Bax-ter, Major George Walls

18175-11-446-447-December 19, 1783: Bottom document. Major George Walls at Fort Nelson issued a pair of stockings for use of Lieut. Richard Clark.

18176-11-448-450-December 22, 1783: Duplicate filming. S. Woods at Richmond, Virginia resolution for payment and interest due [Godefroy] Linctot, ? Janist, and ? Beauvais from June 30, 1783 to January 22, 1784.

BOX 648-FOLDER 201

PAPERS-JANUARY 1784

FRAMES #451-471

17 documents filmed on 30 frames.

18177-11-452-453-January 15, 1784: Top document. Edward Matthews request to pay his wages as a sergeant in Capt. [Robert] George company of artillery to Daniel Brohead. Names: James Wilkinson.

18178-11-452-453-December 30, 1781: Bottom document. Commonwealth of Virginia pay for Sergeant Edward Matthews for service from June 4, 1779 to December 30, 1781.

18179-11-454-455-January 17, 1784: Top document. Major George Walls bill of exchange sent from Fort Nelson to Governor Benjamin Harrison for payment due John Cockey Owens, who had supplied 1300 pounds of flour for use of garrison.

Council [of Virginia] approved payment May 17, 1784.

18180-11-454-455-January 7, 1784: Bottom document. Rank and file ra-tion list for Capt. Robert George company at Fort Nelson. Names: Sergeant James Baxter.

18181-11-456-459-January 28, 1784: Top document. Duplicate filming. Rank and file ration list for company of Capt. Robert George at Fort Nel-son. Names: Sergeant James Baxter.

18182-11-456-459-No Date: Second document. Duplicate filming. Major George Walls at Fort Nelson issued 30 pounds of beef, 17 pounds of flour and 6 pounds of tallow for Capt. Robert George.

18183-11-456-459-No Date: Bottom document. Major George Walls is-sued corn, beef and salt to Sergeant James Baxter.

18184-11-460-462-January 31, 1784: Top document. Duplicate filming. Fort Nelson issued corn and beef to friendly Shawnee indians.

18185-11-460-462-January 28, 1784: Second document. Duplicate filming. Major George Walls at Fort Nelson issued corn and meat for use of Capt. Robert George.

18186-11-460-462-January 19, 1784: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Faded. Rank and file rations issued for company of Capt. Robert George.

18187-11-463-464-January 29, 1784: Top document. Duplicate filming. Fort Nelson issued 60 pounds of beef for use of Lieut. Richard Clark. Names: William Triggs.

18188-11-463-464-January 29, 1784: Second document. Duplicate filming. Rank and file ration list for company of Capt. Robert George.

18189-11-463-464-January 20, 1784: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Major George Walls at Louisville issued powder and lead to John Critten-den.

18190-11-465-468-January 1, 1784: Top document. Duplicate filming. Major George Walls at Fort Nelson issued 2 harnesses, 2 collars, 2 chains, 1 spade and 1 shovel to John Donne.

18191-11-465-468-January 20, 1784: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Major George Walls at Louisville issued 5 chopping axes, 1 broad ax and a carpenter's tool to John Crittenden.

18192-11-469-470-January 21, 1784: Top document. Faded. Rank and file rations for company of Capt. Robert George.

18193-11-469-470-January 1, 1784: Bottom document. Major George Walls issued a pair of shoes to Capt. Robert George.

18194-11-471-January 9, 1784: Letter of Walker Daniel to Governor Harrison. Filed and printed elsewhere.

BOX 648-FOLDER 202

PAPERS-FEBRUARY 1784

FRAMES #472-627

118 documents filmed on 145 frames.

18195-11-473-474-February 10, 1784: Payment to Andrew Clark for serv-ice as soldier in Capt. John Baley company from January 1, 1782 to April 3, 1783.

18196-11-475-February 7, 1784: Letter of General Wilkinson to Shawnee [indian] chiefs. Filed and printed elsewhere.

18197-11-476-February 23, 1784: Letter of John Reid to Governor Harrison. Filed and printed elsewhere.

18198-11-477-February 24, 1784: Letter of George Walls to Thomas Dalton. Filed and printed elsewhere.

18199-11-478-479-December 30, 1780: Top document. Philip O'Brien request at Fort Jefferson to auditor of state of Virginia to deliver his pay as a soldier in Capt. [Abraham] Kellar company of Illinois Regiment from May 7, 1779 to May 9, 1780 to Philip Barbour.

18200-11-478-479-February 14, 1784: Bottom document. General George Rogers Clark made oath that the land warrants listed were delivered by himself or clerk to each individual. Names: Capt. Shannon, Cornet Thrus-ton, Capt. [Abraham] Kellar, Capt. [Edward] Worthington, Ensign [James} Slaughter, Capt. [Richard] Brashear, Capt. Todd, Capt. Harrison. Reference to expenditure for 2 horses delivered to surveyors of Lincoln County.

18201-11-480-483-February 7, 1784: Top document. Duplicate filming. Fort Nelson issued 15 day rations of corn and beef to indian interpreter David Owens for Shawnee indians. Names: Major George Walls, William Clark.

18202-11-480-483-No Date: Second document. Duplicate filming. Faded. Unable to read.

18203-11-480-483-January 10, 1783: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Faded. Fort Nelson issued corn and beef rations. Names: Lieut. Richard Clark, John Johnston.

18204-11-484-485-February 25, 1784: Top document. Names: William Elms, Boston Damewood.

18205-11-484-485-February 25, 1784: Bottom document. Commonwealth [of Virginia] payment to Thomas Gaskins for service as a soldier from June 30, 1780 to December 31, 1781. Reference to [Capt. Abraham] Chapline roll. Names: William Elms.

18206-11-486-487-February 25, 1784: Top document. Commonwealth [of Virginia] payment to Andrew Conors for service as soldier in the artillery from June 4, 1779 to December 31, 1781 and from January 1, 1782 to January 31, 1783. Names: William Elms.

18207-11-486-487-February 25, 1784: Bottom document. Commonwealth [of Virginia] payment to William Purcell for service as a soldier from April 10, 1780 to December 31, 1781 and from January 1, 1782 to January 31, 1783. Names: William Elms.

18208-11-488-491-February 24, 1784: Duplicate filming. Commonwealth of Virginia account for Capt. Robert Todd for pay and rations as Captain from December 20, 1778 to June 1, 1780. Reference to clothing.

18209-11-492-494-February 28, 1784: Top document. Duplicate filming. Marriage certificate of George Venshener and Jane Kimble according to the custom of the Church of England. No person is listed as performing the marriage but there are six amens.

18210-11-492-494-March 26, 1783: Second document. Duplicate filming. John McDowell indicated payment due to Capt. John Martin. Names: Col. Bowman.

18211-11-492-494-February 15, 1784: Bottom document. Duplicate film-ing. Faded. Nicholas King request for his pay as soldier to be given to Daniel Brohead. Names: Lieut. Richard Clark.

18212-11-495-497-No Date: Top document. Duplicate filming. Forage vouchers kept by Mr. Moore.

18213-11-495-497-February 23, 1784: Second document. Duplicate film-ing. Names: John Martin.

18214-11-495-497-No Date: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Names: Nicholas King.

18215-11-498-501-February 15, 1784: Top document. Duplicate filming. John Johnson request for his pay as a soldier to be given to Daniel Brohead.

18216-11-498-501-February 15, 1784: Second document. Faded. Sergeant John Moore request to auditor to pay his wages as a soldier to Daniel Bro-head.

18217-11-498-501-February 15, 1784: Bottom document. Duplicate film-ing. Faded. Richard Lovell request to auditor to pay his wages as a soldier to Daniel Brohead.

18218-11-502-506-February 19, 1784: Commonwealth of Virginia pay account for George Rogers Clark from January 2, 1778 to January 22, 1781.

18219-11-507-508-February 25, 1784: Commonwealth of Virginia pay account for George Venshener service as a sergeant in the artillery com-pany from November 3, 1779 to January 31, 1783. Names: William Elms.

18220-11-509-510-February 10, 1784: State of Virginia pay due James Dawson for service as a soldier from April 10, 1779 to April 10, 1783. Names: William Elms.

18221-11-511-513-February 10, 1784: State of Virginia pay due Isaac Gates for service as a soldier from February 8, 1780 to February 8, 1783. Names: William Elms

18222-11-514-515-February 10, 1784: State of Virginia pay due Matthew Jones for service as a soldier in Document 18222-11-514-515-February 10, 1784-Continued: the artillery from November 6, 1770 to August 26, 1782. Names: William Elms.

18223-11-516-517-February 12, 1784: Top document. George Slaughter at Falls of Ohio issued blue cloth and flannel overalls to Ensign Robert Green.

18224-11-516-517-February 13, 1784: Bottom document. Pay voucher for James Ballinger, who served as a soldier from July 1, 1779 to July 1, 1780.

18225-11-518-521-February 10, 1784: Top document. Duplicate filming. Pay voucher for Richard Breading or Breeding, who served as a soldier from November 13, 1779 to December 31, 1781 and from January 1, 1782 to November 18, 1782. Names: William Elms.

18226-11-518-521-February 10, 1784: Bottom document. Duplicate film-ing. Pay voucher for William Elms, who served in the Illinois Regiment from May 30, 1780 to May 30, 1783. Names: Capt. Abraham Chapline.

18227-11-522-523-April 28, 1782: Top document. Names: Charles Jones, Frederick Zimmerman.

18228-11-522-523-February 10, 1784: Bottom document. Pay voucher for Joseph Ross, who served in the infantry from April 8, 1780 to April 8, 1783. Names: Capt. Abraham Chapline, William Elms.

18229-11-524-527-February 15, 1784: Top document. Duplicate filming. Joseph Cubbage request to the auditors to pay his salary for service in the Illinois Regiment until his discharge to Daniel Brohead.

18230-11-524-527-February 15, 1784: Second document. Duplicate film-ing. Louis Gagnia request to auditors to pay his salary for service in the Illinois Regiment until his discharge to Daniel Brohead.

18231-11-524-527-February 15, 1784: Bottom document. Duplicate film-ing. Samuel Watkins request to auditors to pay his salary for service in the Illinois Regiment until his discharge to Daniel Brohead.

18232-11-528-531-February 15, 1784: Top document. Duplicate filming. Faded. Andrew Knox request to auditors to pay his salary for service in the Illinois Regiment until his discharge to Daniel Brohead.

18233-11-528-531-February 15, 1784: Bottom document. Duplicate film-ing. Faded. George Venshener request to auditors to pay his salary for service in the Illinois Regiment until his discharge to Daniel Brohead.

18234-11-532-533-February 13, 1784: Pay voucher for Frederick Zim-merman service as a soldier in the infantry of the Illinois Regiment from February 19, 1779 to July 4, 1780.

18235-11-534-535-February 13, 1784: Pay voucher for John Barby, who served as a soldier in the infantry from December 15, 1779 to June 15, 1781.

18236-11-536-537-February 10, 1784: Pay voucher for Thomas Hooper, who served as a soldier in the Illinois Regiment from October 17, 1780 to August 16, 1783.

18237-11-538-April 11, 1783: Bill of exchange sent by Major George Walls at Fort Nelson to Treasurer of Virginia for payment to Monsieur Fusson, Feriau and Laceuf for flour furnished the garrison.

18238-11-539-February 2, 1784: Benjamin Harrison instructions to audi-tors to issue warrant to Monsieur Fusson, Feriau and Laceuf for April 11, 1783 bill of exchange sent by Major George Walls.

18239-11-540-541-February 10, 1784: Pay voucher for Archibald Lock-hart, who served in the infantry from November 8, 1779 to September 24, 1781. Names: Edward Worthington, William Elms.

18240-11-542-545-February 10, 1784: Duplicate filming. Pay voucher for George Lewiston, who was a soldier in the infantry of the Illinois Regiment from February 19, 1780 to February 8, 1783. Names: William Elms.

18241-11-546-549-February 9, 1784: Top document. Duplicate filming. Faded. Rank and file ration list for company of Capt. Robert George.

18242-11-546-549-February 9, 1784: Second document. Duplicate filming. Fort Nelson issued powder to Lieut. Richard Clark.

18243-11-546-549-February 3, 1784: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Major George Walls issued 4 camp kettles and powder for payment to William Pope, who had supplied 490 pounds of beef for troops at Fort Nelson. Names: George Wilson

18244-11-550-553-February 1, 1784: Top document. Duplicate filming. Major George Walls at Fort Nelson issued a spade, pick ax and 2 shovels to John Crow.

18245-11-550-553-February 4, 1784: Second document. Duplicate filming. Lieut. Richard Clark order to auditors to settle his account and to give pay to Lieut. Daniel Brohead. Unable to read a name.

18246-11-550-553-February 8, 1784: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Faded. Rank and file ration list for company of Capt. Robert George. Names: Major George Walls, Sergeant James Baxter.

18247-11-554-555-February 6, 1784: Top document. Stockings and a blan-ket issued to David Owens. Names: John Donne.

18248-11-554-555-February 24, 1784: Second document. Capt. Edward Worthington certified Archibald Lochart was a soldier in his company and had furnished an able body soldier in his place and thereby was discharged at Louisville. Names: Lieut. Col. John Montgomery.

18249-11-554-555-February 6, 1784: Bottom document. Major George Walls issued a sword and belt to indian interpreter David Owens. Names: Martin Carney.

18250-11-556-559-February 6, 1784: Top document. Duplicate filming. Major George Walls issued 21 pounds of bacon to Lieut. Richard Clark.

18251-11-556-559-February 9, 1784: Second document. Duplicate filming. Falls of Ohio issued rations for 4 men of Capt. Robert George company. Names: Sergeant James Baxter.

18252-11-556-559-August 26, 1783: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Falls of Ohio discharge for soldier Thomas Hooper, who from October 27, 1780 to August 26, 1783. Issued clothing of coat, overalls, shirt, shoes and stockings. Names; Major George Walls, Lieut. Richard Clark..

18253-11-560-562-July 12, 1784: Account of George Rogers Clark. Names: Monsieur LeGras.

18254-11-563-564-December 3, 1781: Top document. Commonwealth [of Virginia] pay to Boston Damewood for service in artillery from November 6, 1779 to December 3, 1781.

18255-11-563-564-February 8, 1783: Second document. Major George Walls at Fort Nelson and Falls of Ohio discharged Isaac Yates, who had served as a soldier in the Illinois Regiment from February 8, 1780 to Feb-ruary 8, 1783. Enlisted by John Bowman.

18256-11-563-564-February 8, 1783: Bottom document. Major George Walls at Fort Nelson and Falls of Ohio discharged George Lewiston, who had served as a soldier in the Illinois Regiment from February 8, 1780 to February 8, 1783. Enlisted by John Bowman.

18257-11-565-566-April 8, 1783: Top document. Major George Walls at Fort Nelson and Falls of Ohio discharged James Dawson, who served a soldier for 4 year enlistment with Capt. Abraham Chapline. Names: Philip Barbour.

18258-11-565-566-August 23, 1783: Bottom document. Major George Walls at Fort Nelson and Falls of Ohio discharged Matthew Jones, who served as a soldier in the Illinois Regiment from November 6, 1779 to August 23, 1783. Pay was issued to Philip Barbour. Clothing issued from 1780-1783 were coat, vest, shirts, overalls, stockings, duck cloth, blanket and shoes. Names: Capt. Robert George.

18259-11-567-568-April 8, 1783: Top document. Major George Walls at Fort Nelson and Falls of Ohio discharged Joseph Ross, who served as a soldier in Illinois Regiment for 3 years. Enlisted by Capt. [Richard] Brashear. Clothing issued were coat, overalls, shirts, stockings, hat and shoes. Names: Capt. Abraham Chapline, Philip Barbour.

18260-11-567-568-February 12, 1784: Bottom document. Major George Walls at Fort Nelson issued 16 pairs of shoes for company of Lieut. Rich-ard Clark.

18261-11-569-572-March 15, 1783: Top document. Duplicate filming. Lieut. John Roberts certified James Ballenger served as a soldier in the Illinois Regiment from his arrival at Kaskaskia January 19, 1779 to July 1, 1780 and was discharged.

18262-11-569-572-No Date: Second document. Duplicate filming. Refer-ence to Capt. Thomas Barbee. Unable to read 2 names.

18263-11-569-572-February 12, 1784: Third document. Duplicate filming. Major George Walls issued paper to Lieut. Richard Clark.

18264-11-573-574-September 1, 1780: Top document. Incomplete. Pay voucher for Ensign Robert Green, who served from November 13, 1779 to September 1, 1780.

18265-11-573-574-February 2, 1783: Bottom document. Capt. Edward Worthington certified Richard Breeding enlisted in the Illinois Regiment November 18, 1779 and his enlisted expired November 18, 1782 and was discharged.

18266-11-575-576-December 31, 1781: Top document. John Floyd served in the artillery from November 26, 1779 to December 31, 1781.

18267-11-575-576-February 10, 1784: Second document. Isham Floyd served as a soldier from January 1, 1782 to December 26, 1782. Names: William Elms.

18268-11-575-576-November 2, 1783: Bottom document. George Slaugh-ter certified John Barby or Barbee enlisted in his corps December 15, 1779 and had not received any pay or clothing. Verso indicated John Barby was discharged for being unfit for service in the United States. Names: Sergeant Charles Greer, George Rogers Clark, Surgeon ? Martin.

18269-11-577-580-April 8, 1783: Top document. Duplicate filming. Major George Walls certified Isham Floyd had served as a soldier in Capt. Robert George artillery company for 3 years and was discharged at Fort Nelson.

18270-11-577-580-February 15, 1784: Bottom document. Duplicate film-ing. William Pique request to Lieut. Richard Clark to give his pay to Daniel Brohead.

18271-11-581-582-March 20, 1783: Top document. Duplicate filming. Lieut. John Roberts certified Frederick Zimmerman, a soldier in Capt. Robert Todd's company had enlisted July 19, 1779 and served the same company until July 4, 1780.

18272-11-581-582-February 22, 1784: Bottom document. Duplicate film-ing. Rank and file ration list for company of Capt. Robert George. Names: Sergeant James Baxter.

18273-11-583-586-February 2, 1784: Top document. Duplicate filming. Faded. Names: Lieut. Richard Clark, Daniel Brohead.

18274-11-583-586-February 16, 1784: Second document. Duplicate film-ing. Voucher for 4 camp kettles and powder for Col. William Pope.

18275-11-583-586-February 3, 1784: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Faded. Names: Ralph Matson, James Elliot, Major George Walls.

18276-11-587-590-February 22, 1784: Top document. Duplicate filming. Reference to wagon and rations. Names: Major George Walls, William Pique.

18277-11-587-590-November 14, 1783: Second document. Andrew Conors at Fort Nelson request to auditor

18277-11-587-590-November 14, 1783-Continued: to issue his wages as a matross in Capt. Robert George artillery company of the Illinois Regiment to Philip Barbour.

18278-11-587-590-November 5, 1783: Bottom document. Duplicate film-ing. William Purcell at Fort Nelson request to auditors for state of Virginia to pay his wages as a soldier from April 14, 1780 to January 31, 1783 to Philip Barbour.

18279-11-591-592-January 31, 1783: Top document. George Venshener at Fort Nelson request to auditors for state of Virginia to pay his wages as a matross in Capt. Robert George artillery company of the Illinois Regiment from commencement of service to January 31, 1783 to Philip Barbour.

18280-11-591-592-February 25, 1784: Bottom document. Capt. Isaac Taylor in Botetourt County, [Virginia] stated he had sold 2 years of his pay as Captain in the Illinois Regiment to Col. John Montgomery and directed the auditors of public account to pay Montgomery. Reference to Jefferson County. Names: Thomas Quirk, James Barnett.

18281-11-593-596-February 29, 1784: Top document. Duplicate filming. Major George Walls at Fort Nelson issued 5 quarts of corn and 3 pounds of beef to William Pique for laborer and wagoner.

18282-11-593-596-June 21, 1781: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Lieut. Col. John Montgomery certified service of John Vaughan for dis-charge.

18283-11-597-598-March 13, 1783: Top document. Lieut. Col. John Montgomery certified the discharge of James Dawson, who had served as a soldier in Capt. John Williams company from April 10, 1779 to April 10, 1780. Names: Philip Barbour.

18284-11-597-598-January 29, 1784: Bottom document. Benjamin Harrison and Council of Virginia approved payment of Major George Walls' December 5, 1783 Fort Nelson Bill of Exchange to pay Philip Bar-bour for 3500 pounds of buffalo beef and 240 bushels of indian corn for use of garrison.

18285-11-599-600-February 28, 1784: State of Virginia pay voucher for Philip Orbin, who had served as a soldier in Capt. [Abraham] Kellar com-pany form May 29, 1779 to May 29, 1780. Names: William Elms.

18286-11-601-602-February 28, 1784: State of Virginia pay voucher for Samuel Watkins, who served as a soldier from April 12, 1779 to January 31, 1783.

18287-11-603-604-November 4, 1783: Top document. Thomas Gaskins at Fort Nelson request to auditor for state of Virginia to settle his pay from July 30, 1780 to January 31, 1783. Names: Philip Barbour.

18288-11-603-604-November 5, 1783: Second document. Lieut. Richard Clark certified Archibald Lockhart enlisted with Capt. [Edward] Wor-thington at Fort Nelson on November 8, 1779. Verso indicated discharge of Lockhart.

18289-11-603-604-November 5, 1783: Bottom document. Samuel Taylor at Fort Nelson instruction to settle his pay and to issue to Philip Barbour.

18290-11-605-606-October 30, 1783: Top document. Samuel Watkins at Louisville order to auditor for state of Virginia to pay his wages with Capt. [Edward] Worthington to Philip Barbour. Verso indicated orders of soldier not yet discharged.

18291-11-605-606-November 4, 1783: Bottom document. John Favers at Fort Nelson order to auditors for state of Virginia to settle and pay his wages from August 1, 1781 to January 31, 1783 to Philip Barbour.

18292-11-607-608-November 13, 1783: Top document. John Coldwater at Fort Nelson order to auditors of the state of Virginia to pay wages as a soldier in Capt. [John] Baley company from commencement of service to January 31, 1783 to Philip Barbour.

18293-11-607-608-November 14, 1783: Second document. Fort Nelson settled pay and wages of Benjamin Russell and gave pay to Philip Barbour. Names: William Russell.

18294-11-607-608-November 1, 1783: Bottom document. John Vaughan order to auditors of state of Virginia to pay his wages with Capt. Todd to Philip Barbour.

18295-11-609-610-November 4, 1783: Top document. Boston Damewood order to auditors of the state of Virginia to pay his wages from November 6, 1779 to January 31, 1783 to Philip Barbour.

18296-11-609-610-May 1, 1783: Second document. Sergeant Ebenezer Crain or Crane order New Orleans to auditor of state of Virginia to pay his wages as a soldier with Capt. John Williams to Philip Barbour.

18297-11-609-610-November 17, 1783: Bottom document. William Pique at Louisville order to pay his wages as a soldier in the Illinois Regiment from his enlistment to Philip Barbour.

18298-11-611-612-November 12, 1783: Top document. Richard Lovel at Fort Nelson order to auditors of the state of Virginia to pay his wages as a soldier in Capt. [John} Baley company of the Illinois Regiment from com-mencement of service to January 31, 1783 to Philip Barbour.

18299-11-611-612-November 8, 1783: Bottom document. Samuel Watkins order at Fort Nelson to auditors of the state of Virginia to pay his wages with Capt. [John] Baley of the Illinois Regiment from December 24, 1780 to January 31, 1783 to Philip Barbour.

18300-11-613-614-November 19, 1783: Top document. Discharge of Wil-liam Bell. Wages in Illinois Regiment from March 10, 1780 to January 31, 1783 were given to Philip Barbour.

18301-11-613-614-April 1, 1783: Bottom document. Faded. Appears to be discharge for Charles Honsler, who assigned his rights and title for wages to Philip Barbour.

18302-11-615-616-February 25, 1784: Top document. Commonwealth [of Virginia] pay voucher for service of James Favers as soldier from August of 1781 to January 31, 1783. Names: William Elms.

18303-11-615-616-February 25, 1784: Bottom document. Commonwealth [of Virginia] pay voucher for James Taylor for service as soldier in artillery from June 4, 1779 to October 17, 1781. Names: William Elms.

18304-11-617-618-February 28, 1784: Top document. Pay voucher for John Coldwater service as a soldier from July 16, 1781 to January 31, 1783. Names: William Elms.

18305-11-617-618-February 28, 1784: Bottom document. State of Virginia pay voucher for John Vaughan, who served as a soldier from 1780 to De-cember 31, 1781. Names: William Elms.

18306-11-619-620-February 28, 1784: Top document. State of Virginia pay voucher for Ebenezer Craine for service in the Illinois Regiment from May 9, 1779 to May 9, 1780. Names: William Elms.

18307-11-619-620-February 28, 1784: Bottom document. State of Virginia pay voucher for John Vaughan, who was a soldier in Capt. Todd's company from March 18, 1779 to March 1, 1780. Names: William Elms.

18308-11-621-622-February 28, 1784: Top document. State of Virginia pay voucher for William Bell, who served a soldier in the Illinois Regiment from March 10, 1780 to January 31, 1783. Names: William Elms.

18309-11-621-622-February 28, 1784: Bottom document. Pay voucher for Richard Loveing [Lovel], who served as a soldier in Capt. [John] Baley company from April 12, 1780 to January 31, 1783. Names: William Elms.

18310-11-623-624-February 28, 1784: Top document. Pay voucher for Benjamin Russell, who was a soldier in the infantry from November 12, 1779 to October 31, 1780.

18311-11-623-624-February 24, 1784: Bottom document. John Crittenden at Louisville certified Major George Walls had issued him a pistol.

18312-11-625-627-February 25, 1784: Top document. Duplicate filming. Commonwealth of Virginia pay voucher for William Pique, who served as a soldier in the infantry from July 16, 1781 to January 31, 1783. Names: William Elms.

18313-11-625-627-February 25, 1784: Bottom document. Duplicate film-ing. Pay voucher for Charles Onsler, who had served as a soldier in the Illinois Regiment from May 30, 1780 to April 9, 1783. Names: William Elms.

BOX 648-FOLDER 203

PAPERS-MARCH 1784

FRAMES #628-691

43 documents filmed on 63 frames.

18314-11-629-March 2, 1784: Shawnee and Wyandot Indian speeches. Filed and printed elsewhere.

18315-11-630-March 3, 1784: Letter of John Donelson to Governor Harrison. Filed and printed elsewhere.

18316-11-631-634-March 17, 1784: Pay voucher and clothing allotment for Capt. John Williams of Illinois Regiment from May 29, 1779 to February 28, 1780. Names: Col. Christian.

18317-11-635-638-March 24, 1784: Top document. Duplicate filming. Major George Walls paid Joseph McCrew for making of a new wheel for a wagon in January of 1784. Names: John Donne.

18318-11-635-638-March 20, 1784: Second document. Duplicate filming. Forage issued for horses. Names: Lieut. Col. Dowman, Robert Stumford, J. Parker.

18319-11-635-638-March 20, 1784: Third document. Duplicate filming. Richard Ridgrly letter to Edward Randolph at Richmond, Virginia. Refer-ence to Mr. Nathan.

18320-11-639-642-March 1, 1784: Top document. Duplicate filming. Fort Nelson issued 14 day rations for 4 men and a wagoner. Names: William Pique, Major George Walls.

18321-11-639-642-March 1, 1784: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Names: William Helm, Benjamin Fields, Joseph Roberts, Auditors at Richmond.

18322-11-643-644-November 5, 1783: Top document. Will Thomson order at Fort Nelson to Virginia auditors to pay his wages with Capt. Isaac Taylor to Philip Barbour.

18323-11-643-644-July 13, 1780: Second document. Lieut. Col. John Montgomery certified William Chapman served as a soldier in Capt. Jesse Evans company of Illinois Regiment from January 29, 1779 to July 30, 1780 and was discharged at his own request.

18324-11-643-644-October 31, 1783: Third document. James Ramesy order at Fort Nelson to pay his wages as a soldier in Capt. [Robert] George company from January 15, 1780 to January 31, 1783 to Philip Barbour.

18325-11-643-644-November 4, 1783: Bottom document. Francis Oliver? order at Fort Nelson for Virginia auditors to pay his wages as a sergeant with Capt. [Mark] Thomas to Philip Barbour.

18326-11-645-648-November 14, 1783: Top document. Duplicate filming. John Lemmon at Fort Nelson order to Virginia auditors to pay his wages as a solider in Capt. [John] Baley company of the Illinois Regiment from commencement of service until January 31, 1783 to Philip Barbour.

18327-11-645-648-March 29, 1783: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Payment due Benjamin Fields for express. Names: Col. Bowman, John McDowell.

18328-11-649-652-March 30, 1784: Duplicate filming. Account of Lieut. Richard Clark from June 1779:

18328-11-649-652-March 30, 1784-Continued: to July 12, 1780. Items: cloth, shallon, flannel, buttons, silk, English blankets, comb, rum, sugar, coffee, thread, mohair.

18329-11-653-654-March 29, 1783: Top document. Pay voucher for En-sign Benjamin Fields. Names: Col. Bowman, John McDowell.

18330-11-653-654-December 25, 1781: Bottom document. Pay voucher at Falls of Ohio for Ensign Benjamin Fields of Col. George Slaughter Corps from September 7, 1780 to December 21, 1781.

18331-11-655-656-March 6, 1784: Top document. Names: Benjamin Fields, Timothy Fielding, Francis Hardin.

18332-11-655-656-February 25, 1782: Bottom document. William Chap-man statement that he had sold his wages for serving in the Illinois Regi-ment to Joseph Ramsey, John Strothes.

18333-11-657-658-March 12, 1784: Top document. Commonwealth of Virginia pay voucher for Capt. Jesse Evans pay as a captain in the Illinois Virginia Regiment for service from July 13, 1780 to November 20, 1781. Names: John Montgomery, Montgomery County.

18334-11-657-658-March 12, 1784: Bottom document. Pay voucher for William Booton, who served in the cavalry from February 14, 1780 to December 31, 1781.

18335-11-659-660-March 19, 1784: Pay voucher for Capt. Jesse Evans who served in the Illinois Regiment from December 29, 1778 to July 13, 1780.

18336-11-661-662-March 29, 1784: Pay voucher for James Ramsey, who served as a soldier in the artillery of Illinois Regiment from January 15, 1780 to December 3, 1781. Names: William Elms.

18337-11-663-664-March 29, 1784: Top document. Pay voucher for John Joynes, who served in Capt. [Edward] Worthington company from April 12, 1779 to April 12, 1780.

18338-11-663-664-March 20, 1784: Bottom document. Major George Walls at Fort Nelson issued a musket, bayonet, flints and cartridge box. to William Oldham.

18339-11-665-666-March 29, 1784: Top document. Pay voucher for John Lemmons for service from September 9, 1779 to December 31, 1781. Names: William Elms.

18340-11-665-666-March 29, 1784: Bottom document. Pay voucher for William Thomas form December 20, 1779 to July 14, 1780.

18341-11-667-670-March 31, 1784: Top document. Duplicate filming. Fort Nelson issued 25 pounds of beef and a bushel of indian corn to indian interpreter David Owens for 2 Shawnee Indians, who came with speeches from their nation.

18342-11-667-670-April 12, 1780: Second document. Duplicate filming. John Joynes order to Virginia auditors to pay his wages as a soldier in Capt. [Edward] Worthington company of the Illinois Regiment from April 12, 1779 to April 12, 1780 to Philip Barbour.

18343-11-667-670-March 31, 1784: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. New Holland issued a rifle and powder to James Brown. Names: John McDowell.

18344-11-671-672-November 18, 1783: Top document. John Lemmon order to Virginia auditors to issue his wages as a soldier in Capt. John Baley company of the Illinois Regiment from January of 1783 to date to Philip Barbour. Names: Major George Walls, Will Johnston.

18345-11-671-672-No Date: Second document. No words.

18346-11-671-672-December 21, 1778: Bottom document. Incomplete. Pay voucher for Capt. Isaac Taylor.

18347-11-673-676-March 1, 1784: Top document. Duplicate filming. Ma-jor George Walls issued beef ration to William Pique.

18348-11-673-676-June 1780: Second document. Duplicate filming. Pay voucher for Col. Preston. Names: Lieut. Richard Clark.

18349-11-673-676-March 22, 1784: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Fort Nelson issued 7 day rations for 3 men, a laborer and wagoner. Names: William Pique, Major George Walls.

18350-11-677-680-March 21, 1784: Top document. Duplicate filming. Fort Nelson issued rations for 4 men, a laborer and wagoner. Names: William Pique.

18351-11-677-680-November 7, 1783: Second document. Duplicate film-ing. Wages due John Elms were assigned by his heir James Elms to Philip Barbour. Names: Capt. Thomas Quirk.

18352-11-677-680-No Date: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. No words.

18353-11-681-683-March 29, 1784: Top document. Duplicate filming. Pay voucher for Turner Oliver for service as a sergeant in Major [George] Slaughter Corps from November 12, 1779 to November 30, 1781.

18354-11-681-683-March 24, 1783: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Lincoln County Board of commissioners certified payment due William Pique for service in Capt. [John] Baley company of the Illinois Regiment. Names: William Flemming, Samuel McDowell, Caleb Wallace, Philip Barbour, Edward Matthews.

18355-11-684-687-March 26, 1784: Major George Walls issued an anvil in Jefferson County. Names: J. F. Moore, Jesse Ellis.

18356-11-688-691-February 21, 1782: Top document. Duplicate filming. Proof of service for William Booton.

18357-11-688-691-February 14, 1782: Bottom document. Duplicate film-ing. Capt. John Rogers certified William Booton was a soldier in the Illi-nois Troop of Light Dragoons and was discharged at Fredericksburg. Names: Thomas Richardson, William Reynolds.

BOX 648-FOLDER 204

PAPERS APRIL 1784

FRAMES #692-749

54 documents filmed on 57 frames.

18358-11-693-April 3, 1784: Letter of G. Walls to J. Sherlock. Filed and printed elsewhere.

18359-11-694-April 13, 1784: Letter of G. Walls to Indian Chiefs. Filed and printed elsewhere.

18360-11-695-April 15, 1784: Letter of Levi Todd to Governor Harrison. Filed and printed elsewhere.

18361-11-696-698-April 5, 1784: Major George Walls account at Fort Nelson on behalf of the state of Virginia with Daniel Brohead Jr. from July 5, 1783 to April 5, 1784. Whiskey furnished indians, pay to interpreter Monsieur Paurre, binding stripes for flag, vermillion, express to Shawnee Indians, beef, corn, liquor. Names: Capt. James Patten, Jones and Lunts-ford.

18362-11-699-701-April 8, 1784: Top document. Duplicate filming. Mi-chael Miles order at Falls of Ohio to auditors to pay his wages for service as sergeant major, adjutant, and conductor of military stores in the Illinois Regiment to Daniel Brohead Jr. Names: Richard Ferrell.

18363-11-688-701-December 27, 1782: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Appraisement of horse in Jefferson County and defense of inhabi-tants. Reference to scouting party to mouth of Kentucky River. Names: James Stevenson, Robert Floyd, Col. John Floyd, Caleb Wallace.

18364-11-702-704-April 2, 1784: Top document. Duplicate filming. John Dodge paid for skins. Names: William Cisme?, James Sherlock.

18365-11-702-704-July 1780: Second document. Duplicate filming. Ap-praisement of a horse and bullock, which were property of John Bowmer. Names: Robert Bowman, John Bowmen, James Cox, Ebenezer Titus, Thomas Acker, Henry Prater.

18366-11-702-704-May 17, 1783: Third document. Duplicate filming. Payment to Henry Hoglan for 2 canoes taken for use by the state. Names: John McDowell, Jacob Vanmatre, Samuel Gill, unable to read a name.

18367-11-702-704-April 28, 1784: Bottom document. Major George Walls at Fort Nelson issued an ax as part of the wages as wagoner to William Pique.

18368-11-705-706-March 11, 1783: Top document. Pay was due to James Lindsey at Lexington for 75 pounds of beef. Names: John McDowell.

18369-11-705-706-March 11, 1783: Second document. Pay due Robert Patterson at Lexington for 75 pounds of beef. Names: John McDowell.

18370-11-705-706-February 10, 1783: Bottom document. Henry Hogland at Jefferson County certified a horse and gun were taken by the enemy when the cavalry invaded in September of 1781. Names: James Quarter-mous, Samuel Wells.

18371-11-707-710-June 30, 1783: Top document. Duplicate filming. Ap-praisement in Jefferson County of 2 canoes, which were made for the state of Virginia. Names: Will Shannon, Jacob Pyeatt, James Patten, Henry Hogland, Col. John Floyd.

18372-11-707-710-November, 1782: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. John Floyd certified James Hogland served as a spy on 18 day expedition against the Shawnee Indians.

18373-11-711-714-July 12, 1782: Top document. Duplicate filming. Fort Nelson payment to Boston Damewood for 85 days work on the galley. Names: Bland Ballard, Samuel Smyth.

18374-11-711-714-April 28, 1784: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Major George Walls issue 4 pounds of gunpowder as wage payment to William Pique for work for as wagoner.

18375-11-715-716-April 13, 1784: Top document. Major George Walls at Fort Nelson issued powder, lead and flints for use of 3 Shawnee indian messengers.

18376-11-715-716-April 1784: Bottom document. Fort Nelson issued powder and blank cartridges for use of troops on arrival of General Muhlenberg.

18377-11-717-719-June 2, 1781: Duplicate filming. Pay and clothing voucher for Capt. Richard McCarty. Names: George Rogers Clark.

18378-11-720-722-April 14, 1783: Top document. Duplicate filming. Pay voucher for Jacob Morris from April 30, 1782 to April 14, 1783.

18379-11-720-722-April 13, 1784: Second document. Major George Walls at Fort Nelson issued to indian interpreter David Owens an ax for use of 3 Shawnee indian messengers.

18380-11-720-722-April 4, 1784: Bottom document. Lieut. Col. John Montgomery certified Joseph Rogers served as a soldier in the Illinois Regiment from January 2, 1779 to May 29, 1780 and had not received any pay.

18381-11-723-724-April 15, 1784: Top document. Duplicate filming. Capt. John Baley order to auditors to issue pay for service as a lieutenant and captain in the Illinois Regiment to Daniel Brohead Jr. Names: William Johnston.

18382-11-723-724-March 2, 1784: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Lieut. Col. John Montgomery certified David Rogers served as a soldier in the Illinois Regiment from January 2, 1779 to May 29, 1780 and had not received any pay.

18383-11-725-726-May 31, 1780: Top document. Lieut. Col. John Mont-gomery certified Samuel Byrd served as a soldier in the Illinois Regiment from January 3, 1779 to May 31, 1780 and had not received any pay. Verso indicated discharge of Samuel Byrd.

18384-11-725-726-April 6, 1784: Second document. Names: John Johnson, William Foster, Thomas Spencer, Richard Hayes, John Harrison, Lotte Egmond, John Collins, Richard ? and ? Bolling.

18385-11-725-726-April 9, 1784: Bottom document. Squire Boone re-ceived 5 pounds of gun powder agreeable to Col. Israel Cox's orders from Major George Walls.

18386-11-727-728-February 10, 1783: Top document. Appraisement of sword, horse and saddle, which were property of James Hagting? Names: James Quartermous.

18387-11-727-728-No Date: Second document. Joseph McGrew was given 2 bushels of salt for making a new wagon wheel.

18388-11-727-728-April 28, 1784: Third document. Major George Walls issued 12 muskets, powder and lead for defense of salt works. Names: R. Daniel.

18389-11-727-728-April 8, 1784: Bottom document. Major George Walls issued 15 pounds of beef to indian interpreter David Owens for use of 3 Shawnee indians.

18390-11-729-730-No Date: Top document. Bacon, beef and salt issued to Daniel Brohead.

18391-11-729-730-April 10, 1784: Second document. Verso has date and name of Benjamin Harrison Jr. Names: Bernard Sims, David Flowers, Jacob Machane, Thomas Taylor, David Barton, Thomas Ballow, Lawson Hobrand.

18392-11-729-730-May 7, 1783: Bottom document. Payment due James Hogland for service as a spy for 18 days and for a lost horse and saddle. Names: John McDowell.

18393-11-731-734-November 29, 1782: Top document. Duplicate filming. Bill of exchange sent from Richmond, Virginia by Daniel Clark to Benja-min Harrison for payment due Benjamin Harrison Jr. for which David Ross, commercial agent, had been directed to pay. Council [of Virginia] approved payment December 2, 1782.

18394-11-731-734-April 22, 1784: Second document. Duplicate filming. Fort Nelson issued 9 day ration of corn and beef for a wagoner.

18395-11-731-734-April 8, 1784: Third document. Duplicate filming. Major George Walls at Fort Nelson issued 35 quarts of corn to William Pique.

18396-11-735-736-May 17, 1783: Top document. Payment due Boston Damewood. Names: John McDowell, Samuel Gill.

18397-11-735-736-February 28, 1783: Second document. Faded. Names: James Hogland, [Caleb] Wallace, Elias Newkirk?, Carney Havery?

18398-11-735-736-April 4, 1784: Third document. Major George Walls at Fort Nelson issued 30 pounds of bear meat for 2 indians and indian inter-preter David Owens. Names: Lieut. Richard Clark.

18399-11-735-736-April 13, 1784: Bottom document. Major George Walls at Fort Nelson issued 2 bushels of corn, 40 pounds of dried beef, and 2 quarts of salt to indian interpreter David Owens for 3 Shawnee indians.

18400-11-737-739-November 29, 1782: Top document. Duplicate filming. Bill of exchange sent from Richmond, Virginia by Daniel Clark to Gover-nor of Virginia for payment due Benjamin Harrison Junior. Names: David Ross. Approved for payment by Council of Virginia on December 2, 1782. Names: Benjamin Harrison.

18401-11-737-739-April 1, 1784: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Major George Walls at Fort Nelson issued 7 day ration of corn and beef for 3 men. Names: William Pique.

18402-11-740-741-March 21, 1783: Top document. George Rogers Clark certified David Guest supplied cattle for use of troops in the year 1777, Names: Benjamin Logan.

18403-11-740-741-July 11, 1781: Bottom document. Payment due William Cawinden. Unable to read a name.

18404-11-742-743-April 10, 1783: Top document. Appraisement of saddle and bridle belonging to Jess Furbish. Names: David Coaf?, James McClure, Benjamin Logan. Reference to Blue Lick.

18405-11-742-743-July 7, 1780: Second document. Impressment of indian corn and horse for use of Benjamin Logan's militia, which went on expedi-tion against the Western Indians. Names: Stephen Filkin?, Capt. John Do-herty.

18406-11-742-743-April 10, 1783: Third document. Capt. Thomas Moore certified William Morrow used his [horse] for 14 days during the 1782 Shawnee expedition commanded by George Rogers Clark.

18407-11-742-743-June 20, 1782: Bottom document. Appraisement of a Samuel Rice's horse, which was used in the Lincoln County Militia com-manded by Col. Benjamin Logan. Names: David Lintch, Thomas Warren, John Woods, John McDowell.

18408-11-744-745-April 22, 1785: Top document. Major George Walls in Berkeley County, Virginia on March 15, 1785 certified Lewis Howell was a soldier in the Western Battalion and enlisted October 5, 1779 and served until April 20, 1781, at which time he was permitted to go home. He was disabled in a knee and was unfit for service and discharged. Names: Char-les Jones, Daniel Brohead.

18409-11-744-745-April 6, 1784: Bottom document. Names: George Im-lay.

18410-11-746-747-March 15, 1785: Top document. Major George Walls approved issuing a coat, vest, breeches, 2 shirts, overalls, 2 pairs of stock-ings, 3 pairs of shoes, a hunting shirt, blanket and knife to Lewis Howell.

18411-11-746-747-April 6, 1784: Bottom document. George Imlay re-ceived 4 muskets.

18412-11-748-749-April 20, 1785

Commissioners Office at Richmond, Virginia approval to pay Moses Bon-ner. Names: John McDowell, Isaac Bowman.

BOX 648-FOLDER 205

PAPERS MAY 1784

FRAMES #750-837

66 documents filmed on 87 frames.

18413-11-#751-752-May 10, 1784: Major George Walls order at Fort Nelson to William Thruston to take charge of the public kettles at the salt works. Names: John McTale.

18414-11-753-756-May 10, 1784: Inventory of Ordinance and military stores at Fort Nelson as delivered by Major George Walls to William Johnston. Items: Powder, cartridges, balls, shells, saddle, swords, cartridge paper, elevating screw, melting ladle, pouches, horse collars, cruppers, bullet molds.

18415-11-757-758-May 10, 1784: Major George Walls at Fort Nelson appointed William Johnston of Louisville as quartermaster. Names: Ben-jamin Harrison.

18416-11-759-760-May 10, 1784: Major George Walls instructions from Fort Nelson to William Johnston at Louisville.

18417-11-761-May 14, 1784: Letter of John Campbell to Governor Harrison. Filed and printed elsewhere.

18418-11-762-May 21, 1784: Letter of Walker Daniel to Governor Harrison. Filed and printed elsewhere.

18419-11-763-May 22, 1784: Letter of James Speed to Governor Harrison. Filed and printed elsewhere.

18420-11-764-May 28, 1784: Letter of Benjamin Logan to Governor Harrison. Filed elsewhere.

18421-11-765-768-May 24, 1784: Top document. Duplicate filming. Pay-ment due Lucy Wines? for supplying rations to Greenbrier. Names: Wil-liam Fleming, Thomas Marshall, Samuel McDowell, Caleb Wallace.

18422-11-765-768-March 12, 1783: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Pay roll of William McConnel's baggage horses on the expedition against the Indians commanded by George Rogers Clark on November 24, 1782. McConnell made an oath before justice of peace Robert Todd of Fayette County. Names: Daniel Boone, John Morrison, Joel Collins, Francis McDonnal, William Dickinson.

18423-11-769-770-May 24, 1784: Top document. Commonwealth of Vir-ginia voucher issued to Robert Johnston, who supplied corn for the Lincoln County Militia. Names: Daniel Boone, William Penderson?

18424-11-769-770-September 11, 1782: Bottom document. Common-wealth of Virginia voucher issued to Robert Johnson, who supplied corn for the Lincoln County Militia. Names: Daniel Boone.

18425-11-771-772-October 26, 1782: Commonwealth of Virginia voucher issued to Joseph Rogers, who supplied corn for use of Lincoln County Militia on expedition against the Shawnee indians. Names: William Bush, Benjamin Logan, Robert Johnson?, Daniel Boone.

18426-11-773-775-March 12, 1783: Top document. Duplicate filming. William McConnel gave pay roll for baggage horse men on expedition from October 23 to November 24, 1782 to John McDowell.

18427-11-773-775-March 14, 1784: Second document. Duplicate filming. Voucher for Bartlet Sercey service as a sergeant in the Kentucky County Militia and who was taken prisoner and returned from captivity to Harrods-burg March 14, 1779. Names: Capt. Buckingham, John Bowman, unable to read 1 name.

18428-11-773-775-November 11, 1782: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Payment due Sarah Doneley, who supplied 70 rations to the Greenbrier militia on duty in Fayette County. Names: William Fleming, Thomas Marshall, Samuel McDowell, Caleb Wallace.

18429-11-776-777-March 7, 1779: Top document. Lieut. John Roberts certified Samuel Johnson enlisted as a soldier February 25, 1779 to serve in the Illinois Regiment for 1 year from arrival at Kaskaskia.

18430-11-776-777-April 14, 1784: Second document on left. Incomplete. Discharge of Francis McDermit from the Illinois Regiment.

18431-11-776-777-July 10, 1780: Third document on right. Incomplete. Discharge of Samuel ? by

Lieut. Col. John Montgomery.

18432-11-776-777-November 12, 1782: Fourth document. Payment due to Robert Thompson at Lexington for supplying 35 rations to the Greenbrier militia. Names: William Fleming, Thomas Marshall, Samuel McDowell, Caleb Wallace.

18433-11-776-777-April 1782: Bottom document. James Masterson and John Naples were employed to spy between Lexington and the mouth of Licking River. Names: Lieut. Col. Patterson.

18434-11-778-780-March 13, 1783: Top document. Duplicate filming. John McDowell at Lexington reported pay due William Stafford, James McCullock, Thomas Smoot and Hugh McGarry.

18435-11-778-780-March 11, 1783: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Payment to William Henderson at Lexington. Names: George Rogers Clark, John Todd, Joseph Lindsay.

18436-11-781-783-October 31, 1783: Top document. Duplicate filming. Incomplete. Names: Capt. Richard Clark, Major George Walls. Reference to soldier.

18437-11-781-783-September 11, 1782: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Commonwealth of Virginia payment due Michael Stucker, who supplied corn for Lincoln County Militia. Names: Robert Johnson, Daniel Boone.

18438-11-784-785-October 27, 1780: Top document. Levi Todd at Lex-ington certified William Hogan served as a captain in the expedition against the Shawnee Indians in August of 1780. Reference to use of horse. Names: George Rogers Clark, Nicholas Brobston.

18439-11-784-785-March 11, 1783: Second document. Payment due Florance McDermot, who worked on the galley. Names: John McDowell.

18440-11-784-785-March 12, 1783: Third document. Payment due Robert Johnson, Michael Stucker, Joseph Rodgers and John ? at Lexington. Names: John McDowell.

18441-11-786-787-July 25, 1780: Top document. Capt. William Rogers certified he had taken for the country's use a boy, who was the property of Nicholas Brobston.

18442-11-786-787-May 24, 1784: Bottom document. Payment due William Stafford, James McCulloch, Hugh McGarry and Thomas Smoot for items supplied Lincoln County Militia. Items supplied: venison, steer, indian corn, bear meat, elk meat, corn, beef. Names: Andrew Steele.

18443-11-788-791-July 13, 1780: Top document. Duplicate filming. Lieut. Col. John Montgomery certified Pater Laughlon served as a soldier in the Illinois Regiment from January 4, 1779 to July 13, 1780 and having com-pleted his enlistment was discharged. Names: Thomas Merriweather.

18444-11-788-791-March 11, 1783: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Tallow provided at Lexington. Names: John McDowell, George Rogers Clark, William Henderson, Caleb Wallace, Henry Martin.

18445-11-792-793-May 10, 1784: Pay voucher for Capt. George Slaughter for service in infantry from November 11, 1779 to December 21, 1781. Names: Mr. Strother.

18446-11-794-795-May 20, 1784: Top document. Pay voucher for Peter Laughlon or Laughlin for service as a soldier in the infantry from January 7, 1779 to July 13, 1780.

18447-11-794-795-March 11, 1783: Bottom document. Payment due John McDonal for 300 pounds of dried beef and 27 pounds of tallow. Names: John McDowell.

18448-11-796-797-May 20, 1784: Top document. Payment due Ensign William Campbell for service in the Illinois Regiment from March 29, 1779 to August 14, 1779.

18449-11-796-797-July 26, 1783: Bottom document. Commissioners of Monongalia County adjusted the accounts of William Harrison and certi-fied payment due Moses Davidson for grinding and packing corn. Names: John Evans, Charles Martin, William Haymond.

18450-11-798-799-March 11, 1783: Top document. John McDowell at Lexington reported payment due Samuel Kelley for supplying rations for 2 soldiers.

18451-11-798-799-March 11, 1783: Second document. John McDowell at Lexington reported payment due Henry McDonald for supplying beef.

18452-11-798-799-March 11, 1783: Bottom document. John McDowell at Lexington reported payment due Robert Thompson, who salted and smoked beef for the state.

18453-11-800-801-March 12, 1783: Top document. John McDowell at Lexington reported payment due James Masterson for service as a spy.

18454-11-800-801-No Date: Bottom document. Payment due Robert John-son, John Sugget, Michael Stucker and Joseph Rogers for supplying corn.

18455-11-802-803-May 24, 1784: Top document. Benjamin Harrison in Council [of Virginia] instructed to settle account of Thomas Gist, who was sent by express from Monongalia County by commissioners Evans, Martin, and Haymond to settle account of William Harrison.

18456-11-802-803-November 11, 1782: Second document. Payment due Francis Donnally for supplying rations for Greenbrier Militia in Lexington, Fayette County. Names: William Fleming, Thomas Marshall, Samuel McDowell and Caleb Wallace.

18457-11-802-803-December 29, 1780: Bottom document. Robert Thomp-son was employed at Lexington to salt and smoke beef for use of expedi-tion. Unable to read name.

18458-11-804-805-May 24, 1784: Top document. John McDowell at Lex-ington reported March 11, 1783 that payment was due Michael Warnick for supplying 89 pounds of beef.

18459-11-804-805-May 24, 1784: Bottom document. John McDowell at Lexington reported March 11, 1783 that payment was due Hugh Martin for supplying beef.

18460-11-806-809-May 24, 1784: Top document. Duplicate filming. Lieut. Richard Clark certified Francis McDermet served as a soldier in the Illinois Regiment from April 28, 1780 to October 31, 1783 and had not received any pay. Names: Major Mosby.

18461-11-806-809-March 13, 1789: Second document. Duplicate filming. Names: Joseph Lindsay, David Mitchell, Samuel McDowell, John Todd.

18462-11-806-809-May 30, 1782: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Lieut. Slaughter certified Thomas Armstrong had served his enlistment and was discharged. Names: ? Merriweather. Benjamin Harrison in Council of Virginia on may 27, 1784 reported to auditor that Thomas Armstrong was a 6 month soldier.

18463-11-810-811-March 12, 1783: Top document. John McDowell at Lexington reported payment was due to Michael Warnick for building a store house.

18464-11-810-811-July 1783: Second document. John Evans, Charles Martin and William Haymond reported to the state of Virginia that they were appointed to adjust and settle account of William Harrison and found payment due to Samuel Johnston.

18465-11-810-811-March 26, 1783: Bottom document. Payment due Bartlet Searcy. Names: Col. Bowman, John McDowell.

18466-11-812-813-March 12, 1783: Top document. John McDowell at Lexington reported payment due Andrew Steele for services as quarter-master. Reference to Fayette County Militia.

18467-11-812-813-May 27, 1784: Bottom document. Pay voucher for Samuel Johnson, who served in the infantry from January 28, 1779 to June 1, 1780.

18468-11-814-815-May 24, 1784: Top document. John McDowell at Lex-ington reported payment due Nicholas Brabston for use of his horse on expedition.

18469-11-814-815-July 2, 1780: Second document. William Buchanan certified at Boonesboro that Bartlet Sercey served as a sergeant in Ken-tucky County militia from January 10, 1778 and was taken prisoner but came back from captivity March 14, 1779.

18470-11-814-815-January 18, 1783: Bottom document. State of Virginia owed Francis McDermit for work on galley. Names: George Rogers Clark, Bland Ballard, George Slaughter.

18471-11-816-819-March 13, 1783: Top document. Duplicate filming. Names: William Mitchell, Samuel McDowell, Joseph Lindsay.

18472-11-816-819-May 13, 1781: Second document. Duplicate filming. Reference to tallow. Names: Joseph Lindsay, Mr. McDonaly, Lexington.

18473-11-816-819-February 12, 1781: Third document. Duplicate filming. Names: Caleb Wallace, Michael Warnick, John Todd.

18474-11-816-819-May 25, 1781: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Francis McDarmead was employed at Lexington to salt and cure beef or expedition of George Rogers Clark. Names: John Todd, Joseph Lindsay.

18475-11-820-825-May 10, 1784: Rations issued by Major George Walls of quartermaster store at Fort Nelson from February 17, 1783 to May 10, 1784. Items: iron, caulking irons, augers, iron wedges, smith bellows, an-vils, sledge hammer, tongs, rasps, carpenter's hammer, iron square, caulk-ing mallet, log chains, cruppers, stirrup irons, double tree, bell collars, jack screw, camp kettles, branding iron, grindstone, padlocks, row galley, barges, wagons, pack horses, salt kettles, sole leather.

18476-11-826-829-May 10, 1784: Inventory of Quartermaster store deliv-ered to William Johnston at Fort Nelson on May 10, 1784. Items: broad axes, mattocks, spades, saws, augers, iron, caulking irons, iron wedges, jack, plane, cordage, hand mills, tar, padlock, boats, barges, shoes, overalls, caps, stockings, wagon, buckets, chains, cruppers, curry combs, single tree, bell collars, camp kettles, hemp, mason trowels,

18476-11-826-829-May 10, 1784-Continued: carpenter's gage, pair of bellows, sledge hammers, nail tool, horse collars, crow iron, and many items, which could not be read.

18477-11-830-831-October 1, 1783: Incomplete. Fort Nelson inventory beginning October 1, 783. Items: powder, worms for three pounders, flint-locks, Port of Fire, bags, barrels, magazines, rope, gun flints, harness, mus-kets, bayonets, belts.

18478-11-832-837-May 10, 1784: Duplicate. Inventory of ordinance and military stores at Fort Nelson from October 1, 1783 to May 10, 1784. Names: Major George Walls, Michael Miles, William Johnston. Items: six pounder cannon, ball, cartridges, shells, muskets.

BOX 649-FOLDER 206

LETTERS-JUNE 1784

FRAMES #838-850

5 documents filmed on 12 frames.

18479-11-839-June 22, 1784: Letter from George Walls to Governor Harrison. Filed elsewhere.

18480-11-840-June 30, 1784: Letter from Joseph Crockett to Governor Harrison. Filed elsewhere.

18481-11-841-843-June 23, 1784: Duplicate filming. Capt. John Gerault of Illinois Regiment account against the state of Virginia or Commonwealth of Virginia. Written April 13, 1782 at Fort Nelson and Falls of Ohio before leaving for Natchez. Gerault appointed and authorized his friend Lieut. William Clark as his lawyer to ask, demand and sue for recovery funds from the Commonwealth of Virginia. Names: Joseph Calvit,

18481-11-841-843-June 23, 1784-Continued: James Finn, William John-son.

18482-11-844-845-June 23, 1784: Account of Capt. John Gerault sent by Lieut. William Clark to auditors of public account [for Virginia]. Reference to Capt. Daniel Brohead and muster rolls, bounty money and payment and subsistence for Capt. John Gerault from May 30, 1779 to July 31, 1782.

18483-11-846-850-June 2, 1784: Duplicate filming. Faded. Written in French. Names: ? Rapicault.

BOX 649-FOLDER 207

PAPERS-JUNE 1784

FRAMES #851-965

81 documents filmed on 114 frames.

18484-11-852-853-June 22, 1784: Top document. Major George Walls at Richmond, Virginia certified Michael Miles acted as a conductor of Fort Nelson military store until October 1, 1783.

18485-11-852-853-June 30, 1784: Bottom document. Benjamin Harrison instruction to auditors to examine the accounts of soldiers Lewis Fields, Stephen Shelton, and James Kirtley for pay as soldiers in Major George Slaughter Corps. Verso indicated soldiers enlisted for defence of the Falls of Ohio in 1779 and served until October 21, 1781, when they were taken as prisoners by the indians, who kept them in captivity until January 1, 1783.

18486-11-854-855-June 21, 1784: Top document. Written in Council Chambers by Benjamin Harrison to

18486-11-854-855-June 21, 1784-Continued: auditors to inform him if they intended to comply with orders of the Executive in regards to account of Mr. Carbonneaux.

18487-11-854-855-May 30, 1784: Bottom document. Major George Walls December 13, 1783 bill of exchange sent from Fort Nelson to Governor of Virginia for payment to Daniel Brohead, who supplied 84 pounds of beef and went as express to the Shawnee indians. Benjamin Harrison directed from Council of Virginia to auditors to pay Daniel Brohead.

18488-11-856-June 20, 1784: A. Blair in Council [of Virginia] wrote to auditors and referred to his June 17, 1784 letter concerning the settlement of the account of Mr. Carbonneaux.

18489-11-857-June 17, 1784: A. Blair in Council [of Virginia] informed the auditors to settle the account of Mr. Carbonneaux.

18490-11-858-859-June 28, 1784: Entries certifying that Henry Walker, Joseph Hare and John French served as spies from April 13, 1783 to May 14, 1783 and March 17, 1783 to April 12, 1783. Names: Daniel Trigg, Joseph Cloyd, Capt. George Pearis.

18491-11-860-August 31, 1781: State of Virginia account for payment of a captain of the artillery. No names.

18492-11-861-864-December 19, 1783: Top document. Duplicate filming. James Baxter order at Fort Nelson to auditors to pay his wages from his enlistment in the

18492-11-861-864-December 19, 1783-Continued: Illinois Regiment from January 21, 1783 to December 19, 1783 to Daniel Brohead.

18493-11-861-864-December 20, 1783: Second document. Duplicate filming. MaCajah Mayfield order to auditors to pay the wages for the estate of his father, James Mayfield, who served in the Illinois Regiment to Dan-iel Brohead.

18494-11-861-864-February 15, 1784: Bottom document. Duplicate film-ing. Faded. Peter Price order to auditors to pay his wages as a soldier in the Illinois Regiment to Daniel Brohead.

18495-11-865-866-March 13, 1783: Top document. John McDowell at Lexington reported payment due Daniel Mitchell and Will Mitchell, who supplied beef.

18496-11-865-866-July 22, 1783: Second document. Commissioners John Evans, Charles Martin and William Haymond reported payment due car-penter John Vanbuskirk, who built boats and was listed in the account of William Harrison.

18497-11-865-866-July 22, 1783: Bottom document. Commissioners John Evans, Charles Martin and William Haymond adjusted and settled the account of William Harrison and reported pay due carpenter Michael Van-buskirk, who was employed to build boats.

18498-11-867-870-February 26, 1784: Top document. Duplicate filming. Capt. Robert George order to pay his wages as Captain of the artillery in the Western Department until his discharge to Daniel Brohead. Names: Will Johnston.

18499-11-867-870-February 2, 1784: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Faded. John Fuel? order to pay his wages as a soldier to Daniel Brohead. Names: Lieut. Richard Clark.

18500-11-871-872-No Date: Top document. Incomplete. Items: Thread, rum, sugar, coffee, tobacco, cottonade, chintz, shallon, linen, ruffled shirts. Reference to Mr. Carney's books.

18501-11-871-872-No Date: Bottom document. Incomplete. Items: sugar, tobacco, shoes, grey cloth, brown cloth, scarlet cloth, chintz, white linen, silk handkerchiefs, silk, shallon, metal buttons, shirts, Holland cloth. Refer-ence to cash of General [George Rogers] Clark and to pages of books. Names: Robert George, James Buchanan.

18502-11-873-876-January 3, 1780: Top document. Duplicate filming. Pay voucher for John Smithers, who served as a matross from January 3, 1780 to December 31, 1781.

18503-11-873-876-April 29, 1784: Second document. Duplicate filming. William Oakly, administrator for estate of John Oakley, order to auditors to pay the Illinois Regiment wages of deceased John Oakly to Daniel Bro-head.

18504-11-873-876-February 15, 1784: Bottom document. Duplicate film-ing. John Joynes order to auditors to settle his wages until discharge from the Illinois Regiment and to pay to Daniel Brohead.

18505-11-877-880-February 21, 1784: Top document. Duplicate filming. Faded. Levi Theel order to

18505-11-877-880-February 21, 1784-Continued: auditors to pay his wages as a soldier in the Illinois Regiment until discharge to Daniel Brohead.

18506-11-877-880-February 15, 1784: Second document. Duplicate film-ing. Faded. Christopher Kiene order to auditors to settle his wages due as a soldier in the Illinois Regiment until discharge and to pay Daniel Brohead.

18507-11-877-880-December 27, 1784: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Mycajah [MaCajah] Mayfield order to auditors to settle his pay in the Illinois Regiment until his discharge form Lieut. Col. John Montgom-ery and Major George Walls and to pay Daniel Brohead.

18508-11-881-882-December 24, 1784: Top document. John Doherty order to auditors to settle his wages for service in the Illinois Regiment based on certificate of Capt. John Baley until his discharge by George Rogers Clark and to pay Daniel Brohead.

18509-11-881-882-April 16, 1784: Bottom document. Payment to Henry Walker, Joseph Hayes, and John French for service as spies from May 15 to June 5, 1783. Oath made in Montgomery County before justice of peace concerning service. Names: Daniel Howe, Capt. Israel Lorton.

18510-11-883-884-June 17, 1784: Extract from minutes of the Council [of Virginia] by A. Blair. Auditors are requested to examine the account of Mr. Carbonneaux.

18511-11-885-888-March 3, 1784: Top document. Duplicate filming. John McGar order to auditors to

18511-11-885-888-March 3, 1784-Continued: settle his wages for service in the Illinois Regiment and to pay Daniel Brohead.

18512-11-885-888-June 26, 1784: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Faded. John Shank's service in Illinois Regiment. Names: Capt. Abraham Kellar, Lieut. Col. John Montgomery, Peter Lionebarger, Joseph Canten.

18513-11-889-894-June 30, 1784: Top document. Duplicate filming. Ex-tract from minutes of the council [of Virginia] by A. Blair. Names: Major George Walls, Richard Thorpe, Stephen Farnham?

18514-11-889-894-February 26, 1783: Bottom document. Duplicate film-ing. Certification concerning service of John McGar from the year 1778 to the year 1779 and that he had returned in the boat after the defeat of Col. David Rogers in October of 1779. John McGar made oath February 26, 1783 before board of commissioners at New Holland in Jefferson County. Names: Caleb Wallace.

18515-11-895-897-June 1, 1784: General abstract of the Commonwealth of Virginia account of William Harrison from May 1, 1781-October 5, 1781. Names: John Small, Charles Bradford, Andrew Heth, Thomas Clare, Jo-seph McDanel, [McDaniel] Joseph Becket, Samuel Newell, Benjamin Walls, Jacob Haymaker, Gilbert Simpson, David Scott, John Evans, Joseph Parkison, Thomas Gist, Joseph McDowell, Thomas Carroll, Zackquill Morgan, James Blue, Robert Wickliff, Charles Wickliff, Hans Hamilton, Benjamin Harrison, Benjamin Wells, Jeremiah McKibbon, Alexander Craig, Richard Campbell, George Rogers Clark, Josiah Taunahill. Refer-ence to pack horse master, boats, kegs, iron.

18516-11-898-899-December 31, 1781: Top document. Pay voucher for service of Thomas Armstrong in the infantry from December 1 to 31, 1781.

18517-11-898-899-June 26, 1784: Bottom document. John Beckley di-rected the auditors to pay warrant of ? Winston. Names: Witt Drew.

18518-11-900-902-June 2, 1784: Top document. Duplicate filming. John McDowell reported settling of vouchers for boarding soldiers at Fountain Blue. Names: Isaac Hite, John Pringles, Jane Travis, William Wilcox.

18519-11-900-902-June 24, 1784: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Pay voucher for Capt John Gerault for service from January 1, 1782 to August 31, 1782.

18520-11-903-904-June 2, 1784: Top document. Incomplete. Reference to House of Delegates resolution concerning petition of Richard Winston.

18521-11-903-904-June 25, 1784: Bottom document. Pay for William Crossley's service as a soldier from May 1, 1780 to December 31, 1781.

18522-11-905-906-February 1781: Top document. Payment to William and David Mitchell for beef and indian corn.

18523-11-905-906-June 3, 1784: Letter of John Heitman from auditor's office. Reference to

18523-11-905-906-June 3, 1784-Continued: examination of books. Names: George Rogers Clark, Mr. Durant, Mr. Perault.

18524-11-907-909-June 23, 1784: Duplicate filming. Payment to Capt. Robert George for 1780 and 1781.

18525-11-910-912-June 23, 1784: Duplicate filming. Pay for Lieut. Wil-liam Clark from June 6, 1780 to December 31, 1781.

18526-11-913-914-June 25, 1784: Payment for Corporal William Thomp-son from March 27, 1780 to December 31, 1781.

18527-11-915-919-June 24, 1784: Duplicate filming. Pay for Sergeant Major Michael Miles from May 14, 1780 to December 31, 1781.

18528-11-920-922-June 24, 1784: Duplicate filming. Pay for Sergeant Major Michael Miles from January 1, 1782 to October 15, 1782.

18529-11-923-924-June 25, 1784: Top document. Pay to John Fuell for service as soldier from November 13, 1779 to November 30, 1781.

18530-11-923-924-June 25, 1784: Bottom document. Pay to Levy Theel for service as soldier from March 24, 1780 to December 31, 1781.

18531-11-925-926-June 25, 1784: Top document. Payment to Sergeant John Joynes from October 5, 1779 to December 31, 1781.

18532-11-925-926-June 25, 1784: Bottom document. Payment to John Doherty for service from March 24, 1780 to December 31, 1784:

18533-11-927-928-June 26, 1784: Payment to James Mayfield for pay as soldier from January 6, 1779 to July 13, 1780.

18534-11-929-930-June 26. 1784: Payment to Frederick Rath for service from July 16, 1781 to December 31, 1781.

18535-11-931-934-February 15, 1784: Top document. Duplicate filming. Faded. Frederick Rath order to auditors to settle his wages in Illinois Regi-ment and pay Daniel Brohead. Names: Lieut. Richard Clark.

18536-11-931-934-February 15, 1784: Second document. Duplicate film-ing. Faded. George Ruppert order to auditors to settle his wages in Illinois Regiment and pay Daniel Brohead. Names: John Donne.

18537-11-931-934-June 26, 1784: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Pay for George Ruppert from August 14, 1781 to December 31, 1781.

18538-11-935-936-June 25, 1784: Top document. Pay for soldier Nicholas Burk from August 13, 1780 to December 31, 1781.

18539-11-935-936-June 26, 1784: Bottom document. Pay for soldier Christopher Kina from August 7, 1781 to December 31, 1781.

18540-11-937-938-June 25, 1784: Top document. Pay for Mason Lunsford from January 20, 1780 to December 31, 1781.

18541-11-937-938-January 1, 1784: Bottom document. Moses Lunsford, agent for Mason Lunsford, order to auditors to settle and pay Daniel Bro-head for Manson Lunsford service as solider in the Illinois Regiment. Names: Lieut. Richard Clark.

18542-11-939-940-June 25, 1784: Top document. James Bryant pay as a soldier from March 10, 1780 to December 31, 1781.

18543-11-939-940-June 25, 1784: Bottom document. Micajah Mayfield pay as a soldier in the infantry from April 12, 1780 to December 31, 1781.

18544-11-941-942-June 24, 1784: Top document. Pay for Peter Priest service as a soldier in the artillery from February 11, 1780 to December 31, 1781.

18545-11-941-942-June 26, 1784: Bottom document. Pay for Richard Lovell service as a drummer from April 12, 1780 to December 31, 1781.

18546-11-943-944-June 26, 1784: Top document. Pay for James Baxter from April 30, 1780 to December 31, 1781.

18547-11-943-944-June 29, 1784: Bottom document. Pay for Edward Chapman for service from January 30, 1779 to July 13, 1780.

18548-11-945-946-June 30, 1784: Top document. Pay for John Miller, who was a soldier in Capt. Thomas Quirk company of the Illinois Regiment from January 19, 1779 to May 28, 1780.

18549-11-945-946-June 30, 1784: Bottom document. Pay for James Kirtley's service in the infantry from May 29, 1780 to December 31, 1781. Names: Lewis Field.

18550-11-947-950-June 30, 1784: Top document. Duplicate filming. John Smithers order to auditors to settle his pay for services in Illinois Regiment and to pay Daniel Brohead.

18551-11-947-950-June 30, 1784: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Pay for John Oakly service as a gunner in the state artillery from January 5, 1780 to December 31, 1781.

18552-11-951-953-June 30, 1784: Top document. Duplicate filming. Pay for John McGarr for service as a gunner in the artillery from November 6, 1779 to December 31, 1781.

18553-11-951-953-June 26, 1784: Second document. Duplicate filming. Pay for William Fever as a matross of the artillery from April 28, 1780 to January 15, 1781.

18554-11-951-953-June 23, 1784: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Incomplete. Pay for Capt. John Baley.

18555-11-954-957-June 30, 1784: Top document. Duplicate filming. Pay to John Shank from November 15, 1779 to September 16, 1781.

18556-11-954-957-June 14, 1783: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Samuel McClurg certified George Yocum and Peter Vankebelin? served as scouts from May 2, 1780 to June 8, 1780.

18557-11-958-959-July 12, 1784: Top document. John McDowell at New Holland reported payment was due Mrs. Hannah Breading for making shirts for soldiers at Fort Jefferson.

18558-11-958-959-July 12, 1784: Bottom document. John McDowell at New Holland reported pay was due Capt. Robert George, who paid a sur-geon for attending a sick soldier.

18559-11-960-961-December 31, 1781: Top document. Incomplete. Pay-ment for a captain. Names: W. Conn.

18560-11-960-961-No Date: Bottom document. Names: Martin Carney, George Rogers Clark.

18561-11-962-963-No Date: Top document. No information.

18562-11-962-963-June 29, 1784: Bottom document. Pay for Leonard Shoemaker from January 30, 1779 to July 13, 1780.

18563-11-964-965-June 29, 1784: Top document. Pay for Richard Chap-man from January 29, 1779 to July 13, 1780.

18564-11-964-965-April 10, 1782: Second document. Capt. James Graham certified John Scaggs served as a scout. for Greenbrier militia. Names: Isaac Brown.

18565-11-964-965-April 10, 1782: Bottom document. Capt. James Graham certified George Dixon served as a scout for Greenbrier militia. Names: Isaac Brown.

BOX 649-FOLDER 208

LETTERS-JULY 1784

FRAMES #966-969

2 documents filmed on 3 frames.

18566-11-967-July 16, 1784: Letter of John Donne to Governor Harrison. Filed elsewhere.

18567-11-968-969-July 12, 1784: Major George Walls at Richmond, Vir-ginia certified that a judgement was obtained against Michael Miller in Jefferson County for 180 pounds currency for deficiencies in the military store due to price of selling powder at Fort Nelson.

BOX 650-FOLDER 209

LETTERS AUGUST 1784

FRAMES #970-971

1 documents filmed on 1 frames.

18568-11-971-August 25, 1784: Letter of R. Rapicault to Governor Harrison. August 23, 1784 petitions of R. Rapicault. Filed elsewhere.

BOX 650-FOLDER 210

PAPERS [DANIEL BOONE, ETC.] AUGUST 1784

FRAMES #972-1002

23 documents filmed on 30 frames.

18569-11-973-974-August 25, 1784: Top document. Appraisement of a horse and bullock, which were property of William Stevenson. Names: Thomas McConnell, James McConnell, Daniel Boone, William Henderson.

18570-11-973-974-January 13, 1783: Bottom document. Appraisement of guns. Names: William Scholl, George Shortage, Daniel Boone, Col. John Todd, Joseph Oldfield, Squire Boone, John Morgan, Samuel Boone.

18571-11-975-976-December 21, 1782: Appraisement of horses, and sad-dles. Reference to horses being taken by commonwealth of Virginia for use of scout. who was going after indians. Names: Presley Anderson, Capt. John Constant of Fayette County Militia, Nicholas Procter, Elizabeth Clements, McGee's station.

18572-11-977-978-August 24, 1784: Top document. Appraisement of a horse owned by William Scholl. Names: Daniel Boone, George Stro-bridge?, Col. John Todd. Reference to Oswell Town and Battle of Blue Lick.

18573-11-977-978-August 24, 1784: Bottom document. Appraisement of horse owned by Col. Daniel Boone. Names: Will Scholl, George Stro-bridge, Levi Todd, Israel Boone.

18574-11-979-980-September 30, 1780: Top document. Patt Kennedy certified Thomas Boulieue furnished rations for troops at Fort Clark.

18575-11-979-980-October 19, 1780: Bottom document. Capt. Richard Rogers certified Mr. Baley furnished rations at Kahos for 2 men.

18576-11-981-982-No Date: Top document. Written in French. List of rations or supplies furnished by Michael Beaulieu.

18577-11-981-982-No Date: Bottom document. No words.

18578-11-983-986-August 24, 1784: Top document. John McDowell re-ported payment due Henry Hutton and Lou Brown, who went on express to Fort Vincent. Names: Col. Bowman.

18579-11-983-986-August 24, 1784: Bottom document. Payment due Henry Hutton and Lou Brown for hauling clothing from Falls of Ohio and going on express to Fort Vincent in 1779 and 1780.

18580-11-987-988-August 24, 1784: Appraisement of articles taken at Battle of Blue Lick. Items: saddles, blankets. Names: Daniel Boone, Col. John Todd, Charley Hunter, John Morgan, Andrew Morgan, Alexander Paxton, Joseph Oldfield, Bartley Sercey, Alexander Pinlin, Samuel Shor-bridge, John Rogan, Joseph Scholl, George Shorbridge.

18581-11-989-990-August 24, 1784: Top document. Appraisement of horses, owned by Ephraim January. Names: Daniel Boone, David Mitchell, David Vance, Matthew Patterson.

18582-11-989-990-August 24, 1784: Bottom document. Appraisement of a horse lost at Battle of Blue Lick and owned by Peggy Stucker. Names: Levi Todd, Robert Johnson, Samuel Black.

18583-11-991-992-August 24, 1784: Top document. Appraisement of horse lost at Battle of Blue Lick and owned by Joseph Scholl. Names: William Scholl, George

18583-11-991-992-August 24, 1784-Continued: Shorbridge, Daniel Boone, Col. John Todd, Squire Boone.

18584-11-991-992-August 24, 1784: Bottom document. Appraisement of horse lost at Battle of Blue Lick and owned by Col. Daniel Boone. Names: William Scholl, George Shorbridge, Col. Levi Todd, Col. John Todd, Jo-seph Oldfield.

18585-11-993-994-August 24, 1784: Top document. Appraisement of William Shannon's horse and saddle, which were lost in expedition against indians. Names: Alexander McConnell, James McConnell, William Henderson, Col. John Todd.

18586-11-993-994-August 24, 1784: Bottom document. Appraisement of Jacob Hunter's horse, which was lost at the Battle of Blue Lick. Names: William Scholl, George Shoridge, Col. John Todd, Daniel Boone, Capt. Hayselbrick.

18587-11-995-998-August 24, 1784: Top document. Duplicate filming. Saddle lost and horse killed at Battle of Blue Lick. Names: John Long, Samuel McDowell.

18588-11-995-998-April 29, 1783: Second document. Duplicate filming. Faded. Names: Moses Lunsford, James Baxter. Unable to read a name.

18589-11-995-998-December 31, 1781: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. George Rogers Clark certified John Donne had served as Deputy Conductor of Stores from October 20, 1779 to December 31, 1781 and was entitled to the pay rations of a Captain in the Foot Service.

18590-11-999-1002-August 24, 1784: Top document. Duplicate filming. Appraisement of Thomas Brooks' horse, which was taken by Col. John Todd for use at Battle of Blue Lick and was killed. Names: John Taylor, Daniel Boone.

18591-11-999-1002-May 30, 1781: Second document. Duplicate filming. Faded. Names: John Neblock.

18592-11-999-1002-September 13, 1782: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Faded. Pay for Lewis Richards service in Illinois Regiment.

BOX 650-FOLDER 211

VOUCHERS-AUGUST 1784

FRAMES #1003-1360

227 documents filmed on 257 frames.

18593-11-1004-1007-August 26, 1784: Top document. Duplicate filming. Incomplete. Reference to clothing. Names: Capt. John Rogers.

18594-11-1004-1007-August 14, 1784: Second document. Duplicate film-ing. Pay for Christopher Kina service as a private from January 1, 1782 to February 15, 1784.

18595-11-1004-1007-August 14, 1784: Bottom document. Duplicate film-ing. Pay for Will Bell service as a private from February 1, 1783 to Febru-ary 7, 1784.

18596-11-1008-1009-August 17, 1784: Top document. Pay for Jesse Ren-man? from January 10, 1779 to May 28, 1780.

18597-11-1008-1009-August 17, 1784: Second document. Pay for James Thompson for service from December 8, 1779 to October 20, 1780.

18598-11-1008-1009-August 14, 1784: Third document. Pay for Hugh Young for service as private from January 1, 1782 to March 12, 1782.

18599-11-1010-1012-August 14, 1784: Top document. Duplicate filming. Pay for Private John Wood from July 27, 1782 to March 12, 1782.

18600-11-1010-1012-August 14, 1784: Second document. Duplicate film-ing. Pay for Private John Vantrace from June 11, 1782 to July 31, 1782.

18601-11-1010-1012-August 14, 1784: Third document. Duplicate filming. Pay for Private George Lunsford from January 2, 1782 to February 18, 1783.

18602-11-1013-1015-August 14, 1784: Top document. Duplicate filming. Pay for Private Nicholas Tuttle from January 1, 1782 to January 31, 1783.

18603-11-1013-1015-August 14, 1784: Second document. Duplicate film-ing. Pay for Private Mason Lunsford from January 1, 1782 to March 3, 1783.

18604-11-1013-1015-August 14, 1784: Bottom document. Duplicate film-ing. Pay for Private William Bush from January 1, 1782 to April 14, 1783.

18605-11-1016-1019-August 14, 1784: Top document. Duplicate filming. Pay for Private Anthony Lunsford from January 5, 1782 to February 14, 1783.

18606-11-1016-1019-August 14, 1784: Second document. Duplicate film-ing. Pay for Private John Armstrong from March 5, 1783 to April 14, 1783.

18607-11-1016-1019-August 14, 1784: Bottom document. Duplicate film-ing. Pay for Private George Armstrong from January 1, 1782 to August 4, 1782.

18608-11-1020-1021-August 14, 1784: Top document. Pay for Private George Ruppert? from January 7, 1782 to February 15, 1784.

18609-11-1020-1021-August 14, 1784: Second document. Pay for Private Nicholas Burk from January 5, 1782 to August 13, 1783.

18610-11-1020-1021-August 14, 1784: Third document. Pay for John Morris from January 5, 1783 to January 31, 1783.

18611-11-1022-1024-August 14, 1784: Top document. Duplicate filming. Pay for Private Richard Lovell from February 1, 1783 to February 15, 1784.

18612-11-1022-1024-August 14, 1784: Second document. Duplicate film-ing. Pay for Private Drewry Boush from January 1, 1782 to October 25, 1782.

18613-11-1022-1024-August 14, 1784: Bottom document. Duplicate film-ing. Pay for Bernard Mipie from January 1, 1782 to January 31, 1783.

18614-11-1025-1027-August 14, 1784: Top document. Duplicate filming. Pay for Private Henry Allen from June 25, 1782 to January 7, 1783.

18615-11-1025-1027-August 16, 1784: Second document. Duplicate film-ing. Major George Walls at Fort Nelson on June 27, 1783 reported that Levi Theel, a soldier in the Illinois Regiment, was taken prisoner May 28, 1781 by the indians, while he was carrying express from Fort Vincent to Falls of Ohio. He enlisted for 3 years with Capt. John Baley and was dis-charged.

18616-11-1028-1032-August 10, 1784: Duplicate filming. Commonwealth of Virginia account with Capt. Abraham Kellar for his pay and subsistence from May 9, 1779 to November 4, 1781.

18617-11-1033-1034-August 10, 1784: Pay for Mark Thomas. Names: W. Connors.

18618-11-1035-1037-August 10, 1784: Pay for Capt. Benjamin Roberts from December 22, 1779 to July 30, 1780 and from August 1, 1780 to December 21, 1781.

18619-11-1038-1041-August 10, 1784: Duplicate filming. Pay for Ensign William Roberts from September 7, 1780 to December 21, 1781.

18620-11-1042-1044-August 11, 1784: Top document. Duplicate filming. Pay for James Bryant form January 1, 1782 to 1783.

18621-11-1042-1044-August 11, 1784: Second document. Duplicate film-ing. Pay for John Pulford service from January 1, 1781 to January 19, 1783.

18622-11-1042-1044-August 11, 1784: Third document. Duplicate filming. Pay for James Baxter as a private from September 16, 1782 to September 16, 1782, as a corporal from September 16, 1782 to October 31, 1783 and as a sergeant from October 31, 1783 to February 15, 1784.

18623-11-1045-1046-August 10, 1784: Pay to Josiah Prewick for service as soldier from January 1, 1782 to Feb. 15, 1784.

18624-11-1047-1048-August 10, 1784: Pay to John Moore for service as solider from February 13, 1783 to February 15, 1784.

18625-11-1049-1051-August 10, 1784: Commonwealth of Virginia ac-count of Joseph Slaughter for pay as a lieutenant from December 22, 1779 to December 25, 1780 and for subsistence from July 1780 to December 25, 1780. Names: George Rogers Clark.

18626-11-1052-1054-August 10, 1784: Pay for Lieutenant Joseph Saunders from December 23, 1779 to December 21, 1781.

18627-11-1055-1056-August 11, 1784: Top document. Pay for Thomas Gaskins service as a soldier in the infantry from February 1, 1783 to Febru-ary 13, 1784.

18628-11-1055-1056-August 11, 1784: Second document. Pay for service of John Dunican from January 1, 1782 to October 31, 1783.

18629-11-1055-1056-August 11, 1784: Third document. Pay for Private David Jones from April 2, 1782 to April 22, 1783.

18630-11-1057-1058-August 11, 1784: Top document. Pay for Private Daniel Tigard service from January 1, 1782 to January 31, 1783.

18631-11-1057-1058-August 11, 1784: Second document. Pay for service of Bryan Soversy from March 7, 1782 to April 14, 1783.

18632-11-1057-1058-August 11, 1784: Bottom document. Pay for James Ramsay's service as soldier in the artillery from February 1, 1783 to Febru-ary 15, 1784.

18633-11-1059-1060-August 11, 1784: Top document. Pay for Page Port-wood service as soldier from January 1, 1782 to October 15, 1782.

18634-11-1059-1060-August 11, 1784: Second document. Pay for Private Reuben Camp from January 1, 1782 to January 31, 1783.

18635-11-1059-1060-August 11, 1784: Bottom document. Pay for Private Daniel Whitten from January 1, 1782 to September 24, 1783.

18636-11-1061-1062-August 11, 1784: Top document. Pay for Private David Bailey from January 1, 1782 to January 13, 1783.

18637-11-1061-1062-August 11, 1784: Second document. Pay for Private MaCajah Mayfield from January 1, 1782 to April 20, 1783.

18638-11-1061-1062-August 11, 1784: Bottom document. Pay for Private Robert Davis from January 1, 1782 to October 16, 1782.

18639-11-1063-1064-August 11, 1784: Top document. Pay for Private William Pique for service from February 1, 1783 to October 2, 1783 and from October 2, 1783 to February 15, 1784.

18640-11-1063-1064-August 11, 1784: Second document. Pay for Private Peter Newton from January 1, 1782 to October 31, 1783.

18641-11-1063-1064-August 11, 1784: Bottom document. Pay for Private John Montgomery from January 1, 1782 to August 26, 1783.

18642-11-1065-1066-August 11, 1784: Top document. Pay for Private Moses Lunsford for service from January 1, 1782 to February 15, 1784.

18643-11-1065-1066-August 11, 1784: Second document. Reference to land office and credit. Names: Robert Campbell, John Lyne.

18644-11-1067-1069-August 12, 1784: Commonwealth of Virginia Pay account for Richard Brashear, who served as a lieutenant from May 29, 1779 to May 28, 1780 and as a captain from May 30, 1780 to November 30, 1781. Names: George Rogers Clark.

18645-11-1070-1075-August 19, 1784: Top document. Duplicate filming. Commonwealth of Virginia pay account for Ensign William Campbell from March 29, 1779 to August 14, 1779. Names: Major Crittenden, Mr. Brohead.

18646-11-1070-1075-August 12, 1784: Second document. Duplicate film-ing. Commonwealth of Virginia pay for Lieut. Richard Clark from Febru-ary 1, 1783 to February 15, 1784.

18647-11-1076-1077-August 12, 1784: Top document. Pay for service of Francis McDermot from January 1, 1782 to October 31, 1783.

18648-11-1076-1077-August 12, 1784: Second document. Pay for service of James Ellms [Elms] from January 1, 1782 to April 8, 1783.

18649-11-1078-1079-August 12, 1784: Top document. Pay for service of Anthony Crockett.

18650-11-1078-1079-No date: Bottom document. May be part of Docu-ment 18649 for service of Anthony Crockett. Pay and subsistence for lieu-tenant from December 29, 1778 to July 13, 1780.

18651-11-1080-1085-August 12, 1784: Top document. Duplicate filming. Commonwealth of Virginia account with John Donne for service as Con-ductor of Stores from October 20, 1779 to December 31, 1781. Names: Benjamin Harrison.

18652-11-1080-1085-August 12, 1784: John Donne's April 23, 1784 letter to auditors and George Rogers Clark to settle his wages for service as Con-ductor of Stores and to issue pay to Daniel Brohead.

18653-11-1086-1088-August 13, 1784: Top document. Duplicate filming. Pay for Samuel Watkins service from February 1, 1782 to February 15, 1784.

18654-11-1086-1088-August 13, 1784: Bottom document. Duplicate film-ing. Pay for Cornelius Darnel from April 1, 1782 to April 9, 1783.

18655-11-1089-1090-August 10, 1784: Commonwealth of Virginia pay account for Abraham Chapline service as a lieutenant from December 13, 1778 to June 2, 1781 and as captain from June 3, 1781 to December 1781.

18656-11-1091-1094-August 12, 1784: Top document. Duplicate filming. Pay for Andrew Ryan service from February 17, 1783 to April 9, 1783.

18657-11-1091-1094-August 12, 1784: Second document. Duplicate film-ing. Pay for Thomas Ward service from January 1, 1781 to January 31, 1783.

18658-11-1091-1094-August 12, 1784: Third document. Duplicate filming. Pay for Lieut. William Clark from January 1782 to Feb. 15, 1784.

18659-11-1095-1096-August 10, 1784: Top document. Pay to Christopher Coons for service from June 14, 1782 to January 31, 1783.

18660-11-1095-1096-August 10, 1784: Second document. Pay of Will Freeman for service from January 1, 1782 to May 13, 1782.

18661-11-1097-1098-August 10, 1784: Pay for service as a soldier for John McGarr from January 1, 1782 to November 16, 1782.

18662-11-1099-1100-August 10, 1784: Pay for George Venshener from February 1, 1783 to February 15, 1784.

18663-11-1101-1102-August 7, 1784: Pay for Mordecai Hicks service as soldier in [Capt.] Taylor's company from February 10, 1779 to July 4, 1779.

18664-11-1103-1104-August 7, 1784: Pay for Peter Freeman's service as a soldier in [Capt.] Taylor's company from February 18, 1779 to July 14, 1780.

18665-11-1105-1106-August 7, 1784: Pay for James Hays service in [Capt.] Taylor's company from May 1, 1779 to July 14, 1780.

18666-11-1107-1108-August 7, 1784: Pay for Conrad Nave's service in [Capt.] Taylor company from February 25, 1779 to February 25, 1780.

18667-11-1109-1110-October 11, 1785: Top document. Randall White at Louisville received a certificate from Daniel Brohead Jr. for service as a solider in the Illinois Regiment. Names: John Donne.

18668-11-1109-1110-August 7, 1784: Bottom document. Pay to Edward Taylor for his service in [Capt.] Taylor's company from February 24, 1779 to July 14, 1780.

18669-11-1111-1112-August 7, 1784: Pay for Miles Hart service in [Capt.] Taylor's company from February 20, 1779 to July 14, 1780.

18670-11-1113-1114-August 7, 1784: Pay for John Wilson service in [Capt.] Taylor's company from February 22, 1779 to July 14, 1780.

18671-11-1115-1116-August 7, 1784: Pay for Josiah Meadows service in [Capt.] Taylor's company from February 10, 1779 to July 14, 1780.

18672-11-1117-1119-August 7, 1784: Top document. Pay for Joseph Cub-bage service as a marine from April 6, 1782 to November 6, 1782. Names: Col. Slaughter.

18673-11-1117-1119-August 7, 1784: Bottom document. Pay for Richard Hawley service as a marine from April 20, 1782 to October 20, 1782. Names: Col. Slaughter.

18674-11-1120-1122-August 7, 1784: Top document. Pay for Patrick McClure service as a marine from May 4, 1782 to November 4, 1782. Names: Col. Slaughter.

18675-11-1120-1122-August 7, 1784: Bottom document. Pay for Radle [Randall] Smith for service as a marine from May 6, 1782 to November 6, 1782. Names: Col. Slaughter.

18676-11-1123-1125-August 7, 1784: Top document. Pay for Jacob Al-loulon or Allonton for service as a marine from May 19, 1782 to November 19, 1782. Names: Col. Slaughter.

18677-11-1123-1125-August 6, 1784: Bottom document. George Rogers Clark order for a bottle of brandy. Names: Major George Walls.

18678-11-1126-1127-August 6, 1784: Pay for William Carr service as a soldier in [Capt. John] Baley company from March 28, 1780 to January 24, 1781.

18679-11-1128-1129-August 6, 1784: Pay for Richard Clark service as a soldier in [Capt.] Todd's company from March 15, 1779 to June 1, 1780.

18680-11-1130-1131-August 6, 1784: Pay for Henry Crutcher service as a soldier in [Capt.] Todd company from March 20, 1779 to May 1, 1779.

18681-11-1132-1133-August 6, 1784: Pay for James Jarrell service as a soldier in [Capt. John] Baley company from January 24, 1780 to August 27, 1780.

18682-11-1134-1135-August 6, 1784: Pay for Francis Godfrey service as a soldier in [Capt. John] Baley company from May 12, 1779 to July 10, 1779.

18683-11-1136-1137-August 6, 1784: Pay for William Whitehead service as a soldier in [Capt. John] Baley company from October 26, 1779 to De-cember 31, 1781.

18684-11-1138-1139-August 6, 1784: Pay for Robert Whitehead service as a soldier in [Capt. John] Baley company from October 26, 1779 to Decem-ber 31, 1781.

18685-11-1140-1141-August 6, 1784: Pay for Randall White service as a soldier in [Capt. John] Baley company from March 25, 1780 to December 31, 1781.

18686-11-1142-1143-August 6, 1784: Pay for Francis Hardin service as a soldier in [Capt. John] Baley company from February 2, 1780 to October 14, 1780.

18687-11-1144-1145-August 6, 1784: Pay for Edward Murray service as a soldier in [Capt. John] Baley company from October 24, 1779 to June 5, 1781.

18688-11-1146-1147-August 6, 1784: Pay for Ephraim Dragoon service as a soldier in [Capt. John] Baley company from January 20, 1780 to April 4, 1780.

18689-11-1148-1149-August 6, 1784: Pay for Laurence Slaughter service as a soldier in [Capt.] Todd's company from March 15, 1779 to June 12, 1779.

18690-11-1150-1151-August 6, 1784: Pay for Beverly Trent service as a sergeant in [Capt. John] Baley's company from November 17, 1779 to July 20, 1781.

18691-11-1152-1153-August 6, 1784: Pay for William Archer service in Capt. Todd's company from January 9, 1779 to June 12, 1779.

18692-11-1154-1155-August 6, 1784: Pay for Hugh Young service as a soldier in [Capt. John] Baley company from March 1, 1780 to December 31, 1781.

18693-11-1156-1157-August 6, 1784: Pay for Anthony Lunsford service as a soldier in [Capt. John] Baley company from January 20, 1780 to Decem-ber 31, 1781.

18694-11-1158-1159-March 26, 1780: Top document. Pay to Peter Blain for service in [Capt. John] Baley company form March 26, 1780 to May 1, 1780.

18695-11-1158-1159-August 6, 1784: Bottom document. Pay to Peter Angley for service as a soldier in [Capt. John] Baley company from Febru-ary 4, 1780 to April 19, 1780.

18696-11-1160-1161-August 17, 1780: Top document. Pay for Joseph Ross service from January 19, 1779 to May 28, 1780.

18697-11-1160-1161-August 6, 1784: Bottom document. Pay for Bernard Mipie service as a soldier in [Capt. John] Baley company from June 20, 1781 to December 31, 1781.

18698-11-1162-1163-August 6, 1784: Pay for Groves or Graves Morris service as soldier in [Capt. John] Baley company from May 1, 1780 to September 13, 1780.

18699-11-1164-1165-August 6, 1784: Pay for David Hicks service as a sergeant in [Capt.] Todd's company from February 25, 1779 to June 1, 1780.

18700-11-1166-1167-August 6, 1784: Pay for James Hayes service as a soldier in [Capt. John] Baley company from March 26, 1780 to September 13, 1780.

18701-11-1168-1169-August 6, 1784: Pay for Alexander McRoberts serv-ice as a soldier in [Capt.] Todd's company from March 15, 1779 to June 12, 1779.

18702-11-1170-1171-August 6, 1784: Pay for John Clark service as a soldier in [Capt. John] Baley company from July 26, 1780 to October 16, 1780.

18703-11-1172-1173-January 28, 1780: Top document. Pay for John Con-ner service as a soldier in [Capt. John] Baley company from January 28, 1780 and November 15, 1781.

18704-11-1172-1173-August 6, 1784: Bottom document. Pay for George Shepherd service as a soldier in [Capt. John] Baley company from Febru-ary 12, 1780 to December 31, 1781.

18705-11-1174-1175-August 6, 1784: Pay for David Shaffer service as a soldier in [Capt. John] Baley company from February 12, 1780 to October 26, 1780.

18706-11-1176-1177-August 6, 1784: Pay for John Barbie service as a soldier in [Capt.] Todd company from march 15, 1779 to August 11, 1779.

18707-11-1178-1179-August 6, 1784: Pay for Robert Witt service as a soldier in [Capt. John] Baley company from April 24, 1780 to December 31, 1781.

18708-11-1180-March 29, 1780: Top document. Pay for William Brauley service as a soldier in

18708-11-1180-March 29, 1780-Continued: [Capt. John] Baley company from March 29, 1780 to November 15, 1781.

18709-11-1180-May 30, 1780: Bottom document. Pay for Daniel Botton service in [Capt. Richard] Brashear company from May 30, 1780 to Octo-ber 3, 1780.

18710-11-1181-1182-August 3, 1784: Pay for John McKever service in [Capt. Richard] Brashear company from May 30, 1780 to November 14, 1780.

18711-11-1183-1184-August 6, 1784: Pay for George Lunsford service in [Capt. John] Baley company from January 20, 1780 to December 31, 1781.

18712-11-1185-1186-August 6, 1784: Pay for Joseph Saunders service as a soldier in [Capt.] Todd company from March 15, 1779 to June 12, 1779.

18713-11-1187-1188-August 6, 1784: Pay for Larken Ballinger service as a soldier in [Capt. John] Baley company from March 24, 1780 to May 28, 1781.

18714-11-1189-1190-August 6, 1784: Pay for William Buchanan service as a soldier in [Capt. John] Baley company from December 13, 1779 to No-vember 15, 1781.

18715-11-1191-1192-August 6, 1784: Pay for Mathias Prock service as a soldier in [Capt. John] Baley company from September 20, 1779 to April 19, 1780.

18716-11-1193-1196-August 10, 1784: Top document. Duplicate filming. Pay for Alexander Dennis service as soldier from March 13, 1782 to April 9, 1782.

18717-11-1193-1196-August 10, 1784: Bottom document. Duplicate film-ing. Pay for Thomas McDonald service from January 25, 1782 to April 9, 1782.

18718-11-1197-1198-November 30, 1781: Commonwealth of Virginia pay account for Capt. Edward Worthington from July 17, 1778 to November 30, 1781.

18719-11-1199-1200-August 9, 1784: Pay of Will Kerr service as a soldier in [Capt.] Todd company from March 27, 1779 to June 1, 1780.

18720-11-1201-1202-August 9, 1784: Pay of Thomas Kirk service as a soldier in [Capt.] Todd company from July 4, 1779 to June 5, 1780.

18721-11-1203-1204-August 3, 1784: Pay of Isaac Allin for service in [Capt. Richard] Brashear company from May 30, 1780 to November 14, 1780.

18722-11-1205-1206-August 3, 1784: Pay of Mark Foley service in [Capt. Richard] Brashear company from May 30, 1780 to October 4, 1780.

18723-11-1207-1208-August 30, 1784: Pay of Samuel Allen for service in [Capt. Richard] Brashear company from May 30, 1780 to November 14, 1780.

18724-11-1209-1210-November 6, 1783: Top document. George Lunsford order to auditors to settle his wages in the Illinois regiment and to pay to Daniel Brohead, Jr.

18725-11-1209-1210-August 3, 1784: Bottom document. William Bar-tholomew pay for service in [Capt. Richard] Brashear company from May 30, 1780 to October 4, 1780.

18726-11-1211-1212-August 30, 1784: Pay for John Blair service in [Capt. Richard] Brashear company from May 30, 1780 to August 14, 1780.

18727-11-1213-1214-August 3, 1784: Pay for Charles Onsley service in [Capt. Richard] Brashear company from May 30, 1780 to November 30, 1781.

18728-11-1215-1216-April 8, 1783: Top document. Isham Floyd pay for service from November 6, 17682 to April 8, 1783.

18729-11-1215-1216-August 10, 1784: Bottom document. Faded. Isham Floyd service.

18730-11-1217-1218-August 9, 1784: Pay of Edward Daugherty service as a private from January 25, 1779 to June 6, 1780.

18731-11-1219-1220-August 9, 1784: Pay of Randolph White service as a soldier in [Capt.] Todd company from January 8, 1779 to June 1, 1780.

18732-11-1221-1222-August 30, 1784: Pay of William Skipper for service in [Capt. Richard] Brashear company from May 30, 1780 to January 12, 1781.

18733-11-1223-1224-August 30, 1784: Pay of John Allen for service in [Capt. Richard] Brashear from May 30, 1780 to October 4, 1780.

18734-11-1225-1226-August 3, 1780: Pay for Daniel Tigard in [Capt. Richard] Brashear company from May 30, 1780 to November 30, 1781.

18735-11-1227-1228-August 30, 1784: Pay for James Morris service in [Capt. Richard] Brashear company from May 30, 1780 to November 14, 1780.

18736-11-1229-1230-August 3, 1784: Pay for Francis Rubido service in [Capt. Richard] Brashear company from May 30, 1780 to September 4, 1780.

18737-11-1231-1232-August 3, 1784: Pay for Joseph Smellock service in [Capt. Richard] Brashear company from May 31, 1780 to March 11, 1781.

18738-11-1233-1234-August 7, 1784: Top document. Pay for John Spencer service as a marine from May 19, 1782 to November 19, 1782. Names: Col. Slaughter.

18739-11-1233-1234-August 7, 1784: Bottom document. Pay for Charles Fuell service as a carpenter on board the Row galley under command of Capt. Jacob Pyeatt.

18740-11-1235-1237-August 7, 1784: Top document. Pay for Thomas McQuidy service as a marine from May 20, 1782 to November 20, 1782. Names: Col. Slaughter.

18741-11-1235-1237-August 10, 1784: Bottom document. Pay for John Smithers from January 1, 1782 to January 31, 1783.

18742-11-1238-1239-August 10, 1784: Pay for Nicholas King service from November 26, 1782 to February 14, 1783.

18743-11-1240-1241-August 10, 1784: Pay for William Pritchett service as soldier from February 1, 1782 to February 15, 1784.

18744-11-1242-1243-August 7, 1784: Pay for Benjamin Lewis service as soldier in [Capt.] Taylor's company from Feb. 25, 1779 to March 19, 1780.

18745-11-1244-1245-August 7, 1784: Pay for Richard Sinnit service as a soldier in Capt. Taylor's company from March 4, 1779 to July 14, 1780.

18746-11-1246-1247-August 7, 1784: Pay for William Bell service as a soldier in [Capt.] Taylor's company from January 1, 1779 to July 14, 1780.

18747-11-1248-1249-August 7, 1784: Pay for Edward Cochren or Cochran service as a soldier from January 29, 1779 to January 22, 1780.

18748-11-1250-1251-August 7, 1784: Pay for Samuel Oxter service as a soldier in [Capt.] Taylor company from February 26, 1779 to July 14, 1780.

18749-11-1252-1253-August 7, 1784: Pay for Christopher Siburn service as a soldier in [Capt.] Taylor company from January 18, 1779 to July 10, 1780.

18750-11-1254-1255-August 7, 1784: Pay for David Sealey service as a soldier in [Capt.] Taylor company from May 1, 1779 to May 22, 1780.

18751-11-1256-1257-August 7, 1784: Pay for William Brawley service as a soldier in [Capt.] Taylor company from February 9, 1779 to July 14, 1780.

18752-11-1258-1259-August 7, 1784: Pay for Thomas Murray service as a sergeant in [Capt.] Taylor company from December 26, 1779 to July 14, 1780.

18753-11-1260-1262-August 7, 1784: Top document. Pay for Thomas Urey service in the marines from April 20, 1782 to October 20, 1782. Names: Col. Slaughter.

18754-11-1260-1262-August 7, 1784: Bottom document. Pay for David Smith service in the marines from May 5, 1782 to November 5, 1782.

18755-11-1263-1265-August 7, 1784: Top document. Pay for James Un-derhill service in the marines from April 28, 1782 to October 28, 1782.

18756-11-1263-1265-August 7, 1784: Bottom document. Pay for Thomas Bunton service in marines from June 12, 1782 to December 12, 1782.

18757-11-1266-1268-August 7, 1784: Top document. Pay for Macaja Powel for service in marines from April 26, 1782 to October 26, 1782.

18758-11-1266-1268-August 7, 1784: Bottom document. Pay for Francis Adams, who was a carpenter on board the Row galley from April 15, 1782 to September 15, 1782.

18759-11-1269-1271-August 7, 1784: Top document. Pay for Patrick Mars service in the marines from May 24, 1782 to November 23, 1782. Names: Col. Slaughter.

18760-11-1269-1271-August 7, 1784: Bottom document. Pay for William Wilkison for service as a marine from May 12, 1782 to November 12, 1782. Names: Col. Slaughter.

18761-11-1272-1274-August 7, 1784: Top document. Pay for Jacob Wheel service in the marines from April 22, 1782 to September 9, 1782. Names: Col. Slaughter.

18762-11-1272-1274-August 7, 1784: Bottom document. Pay for Cornelius Darnel for service in the marines from April 29, 1782 to September 9, 1782. Names: Col. Slaughter.

18763-11-1275-1276-August 7, 1784: Pay for George Cockran service as soldier in [Capt.] Taylor company from January 29, 1779 to August 22, 1780.

18764-11-1277-1278-August 7, 1784: Pay for Hugh Logan service as a soldier from November 30, 1779 to November 30, 1781 in [Capt.] Gerault company.

18765-11-1279-1280-August 7, 1784: Pay for Christ Lightholder for serv-ice as a soldier in [Capt.] Todd company from April 1, 1779 to June 18, 1779.

18766-11-1281-1282-August 9, 1784: Pay for Francis Grolet Jr. service as a soldier in [Capt.] Gerault company from September 30, 1778 to Decem-ber 30, 1781.

18767-11-1283-1284-August 9, 1784: Pay for Abraham Frazier service as a sergeant from January 22, 1781 to November 30, 1782.

18768-11-1285-1286-August 9, 1784: Pay for Henry Philips service as a soldier in [Capt.] Todd company from January 14, 1779 to June 5, 1780.

18769-11-1287-1288-August 9, 1784: Pay for Will Patten or Patton service as a soldier in [Capt.} Todd company from January 14, 1779 to June 1, 1780.

18770-11-1289-1290-August 9, 1784: Pay for Hugh Young service as a soldier in [Capt.] Todd company from April 10, 1779 to June 1, 1780.

18771-11-1291-1292-August 9, 1784: Pay for Francis Grolet Jr. service as a soldier in [Capt.] Gerault company from September 30, 1778 to Decem-ber 31, 1781.

18772-11-1293-1294-August 9, 1784: Pay for John Butler service as a private in [Capt.] Gerault company from May 30, 1780 to November 31, 1781.

18773-11-1295-1296-August 6, 1784: Pay for Henry Philips service as a soldier in [Capt. John] Baley company from March 12, 1780 to November 9, 1781.

18774-11-1297-1298-January 13, 1779: Top document. Pay for Lewis Pine service as a soldier in [Capt.] Todd company from January 13, 1779 to June 1, 1780.

18775-11-1297-1298-August 10, 1784: Bottom document. Pay for Joshua Smith service as a soldier from January 11, 1782 to January 31, 1783.

18776-11-1299-1300-August 3, 1784: Pay for John McMukee service from May 30, 1780 to November 30, 1781.

18777-11-1301-1302-August 3, 1784: Pay for David Wallis service in [Capt. Richard] Brashear company from May 30, 1780 to November 14, 1780.

18778-11-1303-1304-August 6, 1784: Top document. Major George Walls order from Fort Nelson to Governor of Virginia to pay Bartholomew Fardi-veau, who supplied 136 Document 18778-11-1303-1304-August 6, 1784-Continued: pounds of lead for garrison. Governor Benjamin Harrison order to auditors to pay Peter Fardiveau. Reference to Louisville.

18779-11-1303-1304-August 13, 1784: Bottom document. Sergeant Lewis Richards was paid for 2/3 pay from November 13, 1779 to December 21, 1781.

18780-11-1305-1306-August 10, 1784: Top document. Pay for John Oak-ley from January 1, 1782 to July 4, 1784.

18781-11-1305-1306-August 13, 1784: Bottom document. Pay for John Coldwater for service from February 1, 1783 to February 15, 1784.

18782-11-1307-1310-August 11, 1784: Top document. Duplicate filming. Pay for Private Charles Evans service from January 1, 1782 to January 19, 1783.

18783-11-1307-1310-February 17, 1784: Second document. Duplicate filming. William Smith order to auditors to settle his wages for service in the Illinois Regiment and to pay to Daniel Brohead, Jr.

18784-11-1307-1310-December 31, 1781: Third document. Duplicate filming. Pay for William Smith from April 4, 1780 to December 31, 1781.

18785-11-1311-1314-August 13, 1784: Top document. Duplicate filming. Pay for John Favors from February 1, 1783 to February 15, 1784.

18786-11-1311-1314-August 17, 1784: Second document. Duplicate film-ing. Pay for Private Larkin Ballenger service in [Capt.] Todd company from January 19, 1779 to March 24, 1780.

18787-11-1315-1318-August 13, 1784: Top document. Duplicate filming. Pay for Sergeant Major Michael Miles from October 16, 1782 to October 3, 1783.

18788-11-1315-1318-August 13, 1784: Second document. Duplicate film-ing. Major George Walls certified July 14, 1784 that William Smith, was a soldier in Lieut. Richard Clark company of the Illinois Regiment and that he enlisted April 4, 1780 but that the enlistment was lost due to transfer to another officer.

18789-11-1315-1318-August 12, 1784: Bottom document. Duplicate film-ing. Pay for Dennis Cohern service from January 1, 1782 to January 31, 1783.

18790-11-1319-1321-August 13, 1784: Top document. Duplicate filming. Pay for Capt. Robert George service from January 15, 1782 to February 15, 1784.

18791-11-1319-1321-August 13, 1784: Bottom document. Duplicate film-ing. Pay for Peter Newton service from January 6, 1780 to December 31, 1781.

18792-11-1322-1324-August 13, 1784: Top document. Pay for Richard Robinson service from April 14, 1780 to December 31,1781.

18793-11-1322-1324-August 13, 1784: Bottom document. Duplicate film-ing. Pay for Noah Craze from July 30, 1780 to December 31, 1781.

18794-11-1325-1326-August 13, 1784: Pay for William Allegree service from December 1, 1781 to December 31, 1781.

18795-11-1327-1328-August 13, 1784: Pay for James Thompson service in [Capt.] Gerault company from December 1, 1781 to December 31, 1781.

18796-11-1329-1334-August 13, 1784: Top document. Duplicate filming. Pay for Will Thompson service from January 1, 1782 to March 31, 1783.

18797-11-1329-1334-August 13, 1784: Bottom document. Duplicate film-ing. Capt. Mark Thomas order at Fort Nelson on November 29, 1781 to issue rations for a sick man and attendant. Names: George Rogers Clark.

18798-11-1335-1336-August 13, 1784: Top document. Pay for David Bailey service from January 11, 1780 to December 31, 1781.

18799-11-1335-1336-August 13, 1784: Bottom document. Pay for John Dunnevan service from July 4, 1780 to December 31, 1781.

18800-11-1337-1338-August 13, 1784: Top document. Pay for Robert Davis service from January 1, 1780 to December 31, 1781.

18801-11-1337-1338-August 13, 1784: Bottom document. Pay for Lowry Graham service in [Capt.] Gerault company from December 1 to December 31, 1781.

18802-11-1339-1340-August 13, 1784: Top document. Pay for Page Port-wood service from January 25, 1781 to December 31, 1781.

18803-11-1339-1340-August 13, 1784: Bottom document. Pay for Chris Horn service from February 1, 1783 to February 15, 1784.

18804-11-1341-1342-August 13, 1784: Top document. Pay for James Ellms from January 18, 1779 to March 28, 1780.

18805-11-1341-1342-August 13, 1784: Bottom document. Pay for John Dogall? service from December 21, 1779 to December 25, 1781.

18806-11-1343-1344-August 13, 1784: Top document. Pay for Bryant Savage from March 7, 1782 to August 31, 1782.

18807-11-1343-1344-August 13, 1784: Bottom document. Pay for Freder-ick Rath from January 1, 1782 to February 15, 1784.

18808-11-1345-1346-August 13, 1784: Top document. Pay for Richard Robinson from January 1, 1782 to August 31, 1782.

18809-11-1345-1346-August 13, 1784: Bottom document. Pay for Private Will Lewis from October 12, 1782 to December 25, 1782.

18810-11-1347-1348-August 14, 1784: Top document. Pay for Private Francis Grolet Jr. from January 1, 1782 to January 31, 1783.

18811-11-1347-1348-August 17, 1784: Bottom document. Pay for Private John Williams service in [Capt.] Todd company from March 10, 1779 to June 1, 1780.

18812-11-1349-1350-August 14, 1784: Top document. Pay for Private Francis Grolet Sr. service from January 1, 1782 to January 31, 1783.

18813-11-1349-1350-August 10, 1784: Bottom document. Pay for Noah Craze service from January 1, 1782 to December 2, 1782.

18814-11-1351-1352-August 10, 1784: Pay for Andrew Conor from Febru-ary 7, 1783 to February 15, 1784.

18815-11-1353-1354-August 10, 1784: Pay for Peter Priest service as a soldier from January 1, 1782 to February 15, 1784.

18816-11-1355-1356-August 10, 1784: Top document. Pay for William Pursley service from February 1, 1783 to February 15, 1784:

18817-11-1355-1356-August 10, 1784: Bottom document. Pay for William McKenney from January 25, 1782 to April 9, 1782.

18818-11-1357-1358-August 11, 1784: Top document. Pay for Joseph Cubbage service from February 1, 1783 to February 15, 1784.

18819-11-1357-1358-August 10, 1784: Bottom document. Names: Robert Hamilton, John Lyne.

18820-11-1359-1360-August 10, 1784: Pay for Buckner Pittman from January 1, 1782 to April 30, 1783.

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