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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1998-2017 Sons of the Revolution in the State of Illinois

Microfilm Reel Dates Documents

 1 January 1778 - May 1779 1-1220

 2 May 1779 - August 1779 1221-2733

 3 August 1779 - April 1780 2734-5387

 4 May 1780 - November 1780 5388-7867

 5 November 1780 - February 1781 7868-9248

 6 March 1781 - June 1781 9249-11490

 7 July 1781 - September 1781 11491-13111

 8 September 1781 - December 1781 13112-14588

 9 December 1781 - July 1782 14589-16352

10 August 1782 - July 1783 16353-17776

11 July 1783 - August 1784 17777-18820

12 September 1784 - No Dates 18821-19814

13 No Dates 19815-20110

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

 

Guide to the Index

of George Rogers Clark Papers

of the Virginia State Library and Archives

 

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

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

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

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

        Example: Casey, Benjamin 1-20

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

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

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

 

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GUIDE TO THE ABSTRACT`

The index references are references to a name or word.

Example: Casey, Benjamin, 1-20

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

Document-Roll-Frame [Frames]

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

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

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

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

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

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

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



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

Microfilm #12

BOX 651-FOLDER 212

PAPERS SEPTEMBER 1784

FRAMES #1-259

173 documents filmed on 259 frames.

18821-12-1-2-March 30, 1783: Top document. Appraisement of Josiah Willson's saddle and bridle, which had been impressed and lost at the de-feat of the Battle of Blue Lick in August of 1782. Names: Major Hugh McGarry, Captain Madison, Jacob Kelly, John Kelly, Anthony Sodosky.

18822-12-1-2-March 20, 1783: Second document. Appraisement of Ser-geant James Hays horse, which was taken by the militia and lost at the Battle of Blue Lick on August 19, 1782. Names: Col. Stephen Trigg, George Shorbridge, Major Hugh McGarr, Thomas Jones.

18823-12-1-2-March 24, 1783: Third document. Capt. Madison and Major Hugh McGarr certified John Hart served at the Battle of Blue Lick and his horse was lost. Names: Adam Hampton, Andrew McFadin.

18824-12-3-4-March 20, 1783: Top document. Appraisement of Robert Poague's rifle, which was lost at the Battle of Blue Lick. Names: Major Hugh McGarr, Col. Stephen Trigg, Edmund Quirk, Samuel Dennis.

18825-12-3-4-March 8, 1783: Bottom document. Appraisement of Edmund Singleton 's saddle, saddle bag, bridle and blanket, which were taken at the Battle of Blue Lick. Names: Samuel Wood, Hendrick Hutten, George Corn, John McDowell, Alexander Robinson, Major Hugh McGarr.

18826-12-5-6-March 8, 1783: Top document. Appraisement of Edmund Singleton's saddle, saddle bag, bridle and bell, which were lost at the Battle of Blue Lick on August 19, 1782. Names: Joseph Love, William Griffin, Alexander Robinson, Stephen Trigg, Major Hugh McGarr.

18827-12-5-6-November 23, 1782: Bottom document. Appraisement of Capt. Samuel Kirkham ax, which was lost in Col. Benjamin Logan's expe-dition against the Western Indians. Names: Joseph Wilson, Daniel Brown, George Rogers Clark, Robert Kirkham.

18828-12-7-10-September 21, 1784: Letter from Richmond, Virginia from Col. Edward Carrington to Leighton Wood. Reference to auditor and ex-penditures for protection of the Western Territory, and commercial agent.

18829-12-11-14-March 25, 1783: Top document. Appraisement of Theo-dore Davis saddle, which was lost at the Battle of Blue Lick defeat. Names: Major Hugh McGarr, John Long, Benjamin Logan, William Higgins.

18830-12-11-14-September 13, 1784: Bottom document. Letter of Daniel Brohead from Philadelphia, Penn. transmitting Bill of Exchange drawn by Major George Walls to Governor Benjamin Harrison. Names: Foster Webb, Capt. Craig.

18831-12-15-16-April 1, 1784: Top document. Benjamin Logan certified John Carpenter served as express from March 23, 1784 to April 1, 1784.

18832-12-15-16-March 20, 1783: Second document. Appraisement of Abraham Bowman's rifle, which was lost when Bryants Station was at-tacked by the Indians during the defeat at Blue Lick. Names: Joseph Smith, Col. Stephen Trigg, James Cox, William Griffin.

18833-12-15-16-July 1780: Third document. Lieut. Col. John Montgomery certified David Glen went on express from Falls of Ohio to Kaskaskia.

18834-12-15-16-August 4, 1784: Bottom document. Faded. Names: Robert Ravinscraft, Capt. Benjamin Fields, Major George Walls, Uriah Johnson, Wheeling.

18835-12-17-18-June 1783: Top document. Lieut. Col. John Montgomery certified David Glen went on express to Kaskaskia.

18836-12-17-18-September 23, 1783: Second document. Appraisement of Robert Ravinscraft rifle, which was lost at the Falls of Ohio. Names: Lieut. William Crawford, William Pope, George Rogers Clark, James Lautt.

18837-12-17-18-March 15, 1780: Third document. Appraisement of beef. Names: Major George Slaughter, Benjamin Robertson, M. Spicie?, Wil-liam Neel, James Harrod.

18838-12-17-18-August 22, 1781: Bottom document. Benjamin Pettot certified John Carpenter served from July 22 to August 22, 1781.

18839-12-19-20-August 4, 1782: Top document. Appraisement of horses for expedition of George Rogers Clark. Names: Major George Walls, Capt. Uriah Johnson, Benjamin Fields. Reference to Wheeling.

18840-12-19-20-August 4, 1781 : Bottom document. Faded. Appraisement of horses for expedition of George Rogers Clark. Names: Benjamin Fields, Major George Walls, Capt. Uriah Johnson. Reference to Wheeling.

18841-12-21-22-March 29, 1783: Top document. Appraisement of horse, saddle and bridle of John Jolley, who was killed at the Battle of Blue Lick on August 19, 1782. Names: Major Hugh McGarr, Joseph Wilson, James McConnell.

18842-12-21-22-March 25, 1783: Bottom document. Appraisement of William Higgins horse and saddle, which were lost at the defeat of Blue Lick. Names: Major Hugh McGarr, Benjamin Logan, Theodore Davis.

18843-12-23-24-April 13, 1779: Top document. Appraisement of horse. Names: Joseph Newell.

18844-12-23-24-March 21, 1783: Bottom document. Appraisement of horse and other articles lost at Battle of Blue Lick. Names: Capt. Madison, Major Hugh McGarr, John Hinch.

18845-12-25-26-April 2, 1777: Top document. Appraisement of horse and bullock at Harrodsburg for use of Kentucky militia. Names: John Gordon, Julius Sanders, Robert Travis, Jacob Sodowisky.

18846-12-25-26-March 20, 1783: Bottom document. Appraisement of John Hinch's horse, saddle, saddle bag, which were impressed and lost at the defeat of Blue Lick. Names: James Coburn, Anthony Sodowisky.

18847-12-27-29-February 19, 1780: State of Virginia account with Israel Ruland for taffia and cloth.

18848-12-30-31-September 29, 1782: Top document. Names: Israel Ru-land.

18849-12-30-31-June 21, 1780: Second document. Faded. Names: Nicho-las George, Lawrence Thompson, Jacob Mires, Isaac Williams, William Fletcher, Samuel Smith. Unable to read names.

18850-12-30-31-August 11, 1781: Bottom document. Beef for Capt. Rogers. Names: Abraham Stephens, Unable to read a name.

18851-12-32-33-No Date: Top document. Appraisement of beef for expe-dition of George Rogers Clark against the Indians. Names: Col. Benjamin Logan, ? Anderson, Robert Barnett.

18852-12-32-33-May 25, 1781: Second document. Names: John Carpenter, William Casey.

18853-12-32-33-August 24, 1781: Third document. Faded. written at Lou-isville. Names: Joseph Hunter.

18854-12-32-33-March 20, 1783: Bottom document. Names: Capt. Simon Banton, John Edwards, James Harland, George Rogers Clark, Jeremiah Brisior, John Potts.

18855-12-34-35-No Date: Top document. Appraisement of steer of George Leater for use of Greenbrier militia. Names: Isaac Taylor, John Ramsay, George Rogers Clark.

18856-12-34-35-October 13, 1782: Second document. Appraisement of steer of James Smith. Names: Benjamin Crispin, Benjamin Frugget.

18857-12-34-35-March 18, 1783: Bottom left document. Beef. Names: Samuel McDowell, James Clark.

18858-12-34-35-March 18, 1783: Bottom right document. Payment to John Summers for beef. Names: Samuel McDowell.

18859-12-36-37-No Date: Top document. Names: Caleb Wallace.

18860-12-36-37-October 1782: Second document. Faded. Beef for militia for expedition against indians. Names: Col. Benjamin Logan, George Rogers Clark.

18861-12-36-37-August 21, 1782: Third document. John Summers sup-plied beef for militia. Names: Col. Benjamin Logan.

18862-12-36-37-August 21, 1782: Bottom document. James Clark supplied beef for militia. Names: Col. Benjamin Logan.

18863-12-38-39-April 10, 1783: Top document. Capt. Thomas Moore certified Joseph Love had a horse in service on the Shawnee Expedition of George Rogers Clark.

18864-12-38-39-March 8, 1783: Second document. Faded. Names: Lieut. Samuel Davis, Col. Benjamin Logan, James Cloyd.

18865-12-38-39-March 3, 1783: Bottom document. Faded. Names: Lieut. John South, Nicholas Anderson, Edward Williams, John Harper, Winston George.

18866-12-40-41-March 26, 1783: Top document. Appraisement of John Willson's horse and saddle, which were lost at defeat at Blue Lick on August 19,. 1782. Names: Joseph Smith, John Smith, Alexander Robertson, Major Hugh McGarr.

18867-12-40-41-July 22, 1782: Second document. Lieut. Benjamin Pettot certified John Carpenter served in his company from June 22 to July 22, 1781.

18868-12-40-41-August 25, 1784: Bottom document. December 21, 1781 appraisement of James Buchanan's horse and bullock, which were taken by the Commonwealth of Virginia from Buchanan's Station by Capt. John Constant, who was going after indians. Names: Nicholas Proctor, James Little, Daniel Boone.

18869-12-42-43-No Date: Top document. Payment for beef supplied by David Gess.

18870-12-42-43-No Date: Second document. Faded. Difficult to read. Names: Caleb Wallace, Francis McConnell, unable to read a name.

18871-12-42-43-July 19, 1782: Bottom document. Faded. Incomplete. Reference to Jefferson County. Names: Robert Witt.

18872-12-44-45-August ?, 1782: Top document. Lincoln County paid Ensign Elisha Clary for beef supplied for militia. Names: Nicholas Procter, John Coltfoote.

18873-12-44-45-September 12, 1779: Second document. Faded. Names: John Haymond, Robert Patterson.

18874-12-44-45-July 18, 1782: Bottom document. Incomplete. Names: Robert Witt.

18875-12-46-49-March 13, 1783: Top document. Duplicate filming. Faded. Names: Benjamin Logan, Major Hugh McGarr, John Kennedy.

18876-12-46-49-July 19, 1780: Second document. Duplicate filming. Pay-ment to Andrew Beall, who supplied 30 pounds of flour for use on indian expedition commanded by George Rogers Clark. Names: Col. Benjamin Logan, unable to read name.

18877-12-46-49-May 5, 1780: Third document. Duplicate filming. Rations for 2 men, who were guarding canoe. Names: Andrew Steele, Stephen Trigg, John Summers, Capt. John Martin.

18878-12-46-49-May 17, 1781: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Faded. Rations issued. Names: Major Hamilton, John Armstrong, unable to read a name.

18879-12-50-52-August 25, 1781: Top document. Duplicate filming. John Summers supplied rations for 2 militia men. Names: Ensign John Logan, John Daughterty.

18880-12-50-52-No Date: Second document. Duplicate filming. Appraise-ment of Samuel Culberston's horse, which was lost in the expedition in 1782. Names: Oliver Cleveland, Major Hugh McGarr.

18881-12-50-52-October 13, 1781: Third document. Duplicate filming. Corn. Names: Zack Morgan, Benjamin Logan, Capt. Benjamin Whaley.

18882-12-53-54-November 28, 1783: Top document. Major George Walls Bill of Exchange issued at Fort Nelson and sent to Governor of Virginia for payment due Daniel Brohead, who supplied 300 bushels of corn for use of the garrison and sundries for the indians.

18883-12-53-54-April 29, 1781: Bottom document. Corn supplied to Simon Fleacher who went on express to George Rogers Clark. Names: Mrs. Logan, John Bowman.

18884-12-55-56-March 26, 1783: Top document. Appraisement of a black cow at Riddell Station. Names: Capt. Isaac Riddell, George Riddell, John Long, James Trabue.

18885-12-55-56-August 22, 1780: Second document. Faded. Names: John Daugherty.

18886-12-55-56-August 22, 1781: Third document. Faded. Names: George Rogers Clark, John Daugherty.

18887-12-57-58-September 22, 1781: Top document. Major George Walls certified Joseph Phelps's corn field at Falls of Ohio had been used for the public horses. Names: John Galloway, Caleb Wallace.

18888 -12-57-58-November 29, 1782: Second document. John Floyd certi-fied Richard Hogland was employed as a spy for 18 days while on the Shawnee expedition commanded by George Rogers Clark.

18889-12-57-58-June ?, 1781: Third document. Robert Patterson certified John Little was employed as a spy from Lexington to mouth of Licking [River] in June of 1781.

18890-12-59-60-December 19, 1782: Top document. Mrs. Mary Hinton made oath before justice of peace for Lincoln County that her kettle was lost by the enemy at Boones Station. Names: John Cowan, William Flem-ming, John Bowman.

18891-12-59-60-December 13, 1781: Second document. John Robertson supplied 150 rations for militia. Names: Col. Benjamin Logan, Samuel McAfee.

18892-12-59-60-March 19, 1783: Third document. Faded. Names: Ensign Elisha Clary, Nicholas Proctor, Samuel McDowell, Col. Benjamin Logan, unable to read a name.

18893-12-61-62-No Date: Top document. Names: George Teater, Caleb Wallace.

18894-12-61-62-No Date: Second document. Names: George Teater, Caleb Wallace.

18895-12-61-62-March 18, 1783: Third document. Names: John Summers, Samuel McDowell.

18896-12-63-64-December 20, 1782: Top document. George Teter [Teater] supplied beef for George Rogers Clark expedition against the Shawnee indians. Names: Capt. John Irvin.

18897-12-63-64-July 17, 1781: Second document. Major Thomas Quirk at Clarks Station certified George [Teater] supplied 674 diets for use of George Rogers Clark regiment.

18898-12-63-64-June 2, 1780: Third document. John Summers supplied diets for militia. Names: Major Hamilton, George Rogers Clark, Ensign James Kelly.

18899-12-65-66-November 6, 1781: Top document. Major Thomas Quirk certified George Teater supplied 428 rations for himself and other officers belonging to the Illinois regiment.

18900-12-65-66-May 20, 1779: Bottom document. Incomplete. Moses Henry's account with state of Virginia. Entries from August of 1778. Refer-ence to pay as indian agent, express to Kaskaskia and Fort Vincent, and horses.

18901-12-67-70-March 13, 1783: Top document. Duplicate filming. No. 4. Fayette County, October 1782 account with Commonwealth of Virginia. Reference to horses for Capt. Robert Johnson company's expedition against Shawnee Indians. Names: David Hearndon, John Fickbin, Benjamin Smith, Robert Patterson.

18902-12-67-70-October 31, 1782: Second document. Samuel Hinch sup-plied 224 pounds for Col. Benjamin Logan regiment of militia on their march to Shawnee Town. Names: Thomas Allin.

18903-12-67-70-April 9, 1781: Third document. John Bowman certified supplying corn at Falls of Ohio for Col. George Slaughter.

18904-12-71-72-July 2, 1782: Top document. Jefferson County approved payment to Joseph Hunter. Names: Meredith Price.

18905-12-71-72-May ?, 1784: Second document. Reference to expedition of George Rogers Clark. Names: Joseph Lindsay, Col. William Patterson, Caleb Wallace.

18906-12-71-72-July 4, 1780: Third document. Beef supplied by William Hays. Names: William Scholl, John Morgan, William Fleming, Daniel Boone.

18907-12-73-75-July 17, 1781: Top document. Duplicate filming. Names: Samuel Logan, Ensign James Kelly, Samuel McDowell.

18908-12-73-75-August 27, 1781: Second document. Duplicate filming. Faded. Names: John Elliott.

18909-12-73-75-No Date: Third document. Duplicate filming. Names: William McDowell, Samuel McDowell.

18910-12-73-75-March 12, 1783: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Samuel McDowell certified James McConnell, Alexander McConnell and Francis Harper made an oath that they had served as spies for 4 days by order of Col. John Todd and had not been paid.

18911-12-76-77-February 25, 1783: Top document. John Floyd in Jeffer-son [County] certified James Asturgus and James Welsh served as spies on the frontier from June 23, to June 29, 1781.

18912-12-76-77-July 10, 1782: Second document. Names: Isaac Baxter, Noah Crease, Thomas Marshall, Edmund Holeman, George Rogers Clark, Bland Ballard.

18913-12-76-77-April 11, 1782: Third document. Appraisement of horse lost in George Rogers Clark expedition against indians. Names: Green Clay, William Bledsoe, Capt. William McCrae, Col. Benjamin Logan.

18914-12-78-79-August 22, 1780: Top document. Reference to horse im-pressed for use of militia on expedition against indians. Names: John Dougherty, Col. Benjamin Logan, George Rogers Clark.

18915-12-78-79-July 17, 1780: Second document. Appraisement of Peter Demmery's horse and saddle, which was lost during George Rogers Clark expedition against

18915-12-78-79-July 17, 1780-Continued: Shawnee Town. Names: Tho-mas Pearce, Robert Gilmore.

18916-12-78-79-July 9, 1780: Bottom document. Appraisement of John Patterson's horse, which was impressed for use of Col. Benjamin Logan militia for George Rogers Clark expedition. Names: Capt. John Dougherty, Neal Kirkham.

18917-12-80-83-June 24, 1783: Top document. Duplicate filming. Isaac Lyley issued gun powder to Robert Ravenscraft.

18918-12-80-83-April 18, 1783: Second document. Duplicate filming. Faded. Reference to ? Forbush being killed at Estill defeat. Names: George Forbush.

18919-12-80-83-No Date: Third document. Duplicate filming. Faded. Names: Benjamin Pope, George Rogers Clark.

18920-12-80-83-April 11, 1780: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. John Bowman in Kentucky County certified Samuel Johnson had gone on express.

18921-12-84-87-December 23, 1783: Top document. Duplicate filming. John Arnold supplied 53 rations for Lincoln County militia. Names: Col. Benjamin Logan, John Cowan, Capt. Samuel McAfee.

18922-12-84-87-December 21, 1782: Second document. Duplicate filming. Faded. Rations for Lincoln County Militia. Names: Capt. Samuel McAfee, unable to read name.

18923-12-84-87-December 21, 1782: Third document. Duplicate filming. Faded. Rations. Names: John Cowan.

18924-12-84-87-May 23, 1781: Fourth document. Duplicate filming. John Summers supplied rations to William Givens. Names: Capt. Kirkham.

18925-12-84-87-December 13, 1781: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Robert McAfee supplied 109 rations for use of Lincoln County Militia. Names: Capt. Samuel McAfee.

18926-12-88-93-December 6, 1778: Top document. Duplicate filming. Pork and beef. Names: John Morgan, Joseph Lindsay.

18927-12-88-93-February 6, 1783: Second document. Duplicate filming. Payment due John Ray, who supplied 278 pounds of flour. Names: John McDowell.

18928-12-88-93-July 31, 1782: Third document. Duplicate filming. Faded. Names: Capt. Robert George, John Morgan.

18929-12-94-95-May 23, 1781: Top document. John Floyd of Jefferson County certified Samuel Eaken was employed to carry express.

18930-12-94-95-No Date: Second document. Appraisement of Mary Goodnight's steer, which was used for George Rogers Clark expedition. Names: Patrick Doran. Edwin Brownfield, Benjamin Logan.

18931-12-94-95-December 16, 1782: Third document. Robert McAfee supplied 50 rations for Lincoln County Militia. Names: Benjamin Logan, John Doherty.

18932-12-94-95-July 25, 1781: Fourth document. John Berkins supplied 35 pounds of venison for troops formerly stationed at Camp Jefferson but now at Falls of Ohio. Names: Capt. Robert George, James Finn.

18933-12-94-95-August 25, 1781: Bottom document. James McCowin supplied 29 rations for Lincoln County Militia. Names: John Doherty, Benjamin Logan.

18934-12-96-97-October 15, 1780: Top document. Faded. Caleb Wallace settled certificate for 268 pounds of flour. Names: George Slaughter.

18935-12-96-97-March 22, 1783: Second document. Appraisement of Samuel Wood's rifle, which was taken by Col. Stephen Trigg to the defeat of Blue Lick. Names: Ebenezer Corn, John Hughes, Major Hugh McGarr, Capt. Madison.

18936-12-98-99-March 12, 1783: Top document. State of Virginia account with Thomas Morton for work on the Row Galley. Reference to justice of peace for Jefferson county that Thomas Morton had made oath he had not been paid. Names: Angus Cameron.

18937-12-98-99-January 17, 1781: Bottom document. Will Shannon certi-fied Capt. James Sullivan was employed to carry dispatches from Falls of Ohio to George Rogers Clark, who was in Virginia in the beginning of 1781.

18938-12-100-101-September 16, 1781: Top document. Mary Winston supplied 166 pounds of pork for Capt. Aquilla Whitaker company at Boones Station.

18939-12-100-101-April 4, 1781: Second document. John Kenary made oath before Fayette County Justice of Peace that he had not been paid for supplying beef for the militia. Names: Theodore Swearingen.

18940-12-100-101-No Date: Third document. Faded. Voucher 78, 79 and 80. Names: Samuel Henderson, Andrew Henderson, George Adams.

18941-12-102-103-September 24, 1781: Top document. Edward Hogan supplied 43 pounds of beef for use of Lincoln County militia. Names: Joseph Lindsay, Col. Benjamin Logan.

18942-12-102-103-March 11, 1783: Second document. Col. Robert Patter-son certified Alexander McClean was employed as a spy in July of 1781 at mouth of Licking [River].

18943-12-102-103-October 22, 1780: Third document. Faded. Capt. John Akins certified Sergeant Graves Wapshott served in his company on an expedition against the Shawnee Indians and supplied his own flour and hunting shirt, which were lost in the battle. Names: Thomas Marshall.

18944-12-104-105-April ?, 1781: Top document. Capt. Robert Patterson certified John Williams was employed as a spy between Lexington and mouth of Licking [River] in April of 1781.

18945-12-104-105-June ?, 1781: Second document. Capt. Robert Patterson certified John Williams was employed as a spy between Lexington and mouth of Licking [River] in June of 1781.

18946-12-104-105-March 28, 1783: Bottom document. George Rogers Clark certified Thomas Moore went on express from Falls of Ohio to Kas-kaskia and back in April of 1779.

18947-12-106-109-August 1, 1781: Top document. Duplicate filming. Corn supplied. Names: Col. Benjamin Logan, William Merriweather.

18948-12-106-109-September 13, 1781: Second document. Duplicate filming. Faded. Names: Thomas Ravenscraft, George Rogers Clark, Tho-mas Marshall, Morias Hansborough.

18949-12-106-109-March 28, 1783: Third document. Duplicate filming. Faded. Names: William Merriweather, Capt. Madison, Capt. Rogers, un-able to read a name.

18950-12-110-111-No Date: Top document. Corn. Names: Col. Benjamin Logan, John Spring, Thomas Montgomery.

18951-12-110-111-October 10, 1781: Second document. Corn. Names: Cornet John Thruston, Col. Benjamin Logan.

18952-12-110-111-March 5, 1783: Bottom document. Faded. Reference to wagon. Names: George Rogers Clark, Moses Moore, William Fleming.

18953-12-112-113-No Date: Top document. Faded. Names: Samuel McDowell, Charles Alford.

18954-12-112-113-December 31, 1782: Second document. Reference to Capt. Joseph Kincade, Lincoln County Militia. Names: John Bowman, Samuel McDowell, James Hogan.

18955-12-112-113-May 7, 1780: Bottom document. Reference to auditor, James Barboss?, militia and Samuel Culbertson.

18956-12-114-115-March 22, 1782: Top document. Faded. Appraisement of saddle and bridle lost during expedition against indians. Names: Peter Polley, James Polley,

18956-12-114-115-March 22, 1782-Continued: Charles Alford, Capt. Madison, George Rogers Clark.

18957-12-114-115-March 25, 1780: Second document. Appraisement of James Hogan's horse, which was used for defense of Lincoln County. Names: Robert Scott, George Scott, unable to read a name.

18958-12-114-115-September 15, 1784: Bottom document. Names: Sam-uel Culbertson.

18959-12-116-119-December 21, 1782: Top document. Duplicate filming. John Cowan furnished 110 rations for Lincoln County Militia. Names: Capt. Samuel McAfee.

18960-12-116-119-August 11, 1784: Second document. Duplicate filming. Names: William Smith.

18961-12-116-119-October 31, 1781: Third document. Duplicate filming. Rations issued for militia of Col. Benjamin Logan. Names: Capt. Samuel McAfee, Samuel McDowell.

18962-12-116-119-October 31, 1781: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Rations issued for militia of Lincoln County. Names: Col. Benjamin Logan, Capt. Samuel McAfee.

18963-12-120-124-August 22, 1784: Top document. Duplicate filming. Capt. John Boyle certified in Lincoln County that John Carpenter supplied diets for 12 men.

18964-12-120-124-September 10, 1784: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Rations issued to Lincoln County Militia for defense of the county's frontier. Names: John McGee, James McCown, Jr., John Robin-son, John McCown, David Doods, James Wafer, James McBrien, Robert McAfee, Caleb Wallace, Thomas McCown, Samuel McDowell, Robert Mayfield, unable to read 2 names.

18965-12-125-128-September 10, 1784: Duplicate filming. Captain John Cowan's or Cowen's certificate No. 55, 56, 57, 58. Reference to defense of Lincoln County, McAfee's Station, privates, McGarry's Station. Names: James McBryer, Samuel McAfee, David Woods, John Robertson, Isom Medlock, Col. John Bowman, John McMurtry, Lieut. Gordon, John Todd, William McMurtry, John McGuyer, Ensign Hoglin, Jonathan Drake, George Scotone, Thomas Devly, Greig Cunningham, William Curry, Wil-liam McBrien, John Bowman, Thomas Dooly.

18966-12-129-130-May 22, 1784: Top document. John Summers supplied rations to militia of Capt. Samuel Kirkham.

18967-12-129-130-March 18, 1783: Second document. Appraisement of a horse and saddle and bridle, which were lost in the Battle of Blue Lick. Names: Major Hugh McGarry, Thomas Lewis, Will Lewis, Capt. Gabriel Madison.

18968-12-129-130-July 21, 1782: Third document. John McCown supplied beef. Names: Joseph Lindsay, Col. Benjamin Logan.

18969-12-129-130-December 21, 1782: Bottom document. Joseph Lindsay certified Samuel McAfee furnished horses for Lincoln County Militia, which was on duty for defense of the frontier. Names: John Cowan.

18970-12-131-134-July 16, 1780: Top document. Duplicate filming. Faded. David Gass supplied beef for Kentucky County Militia. Names: Capt. John Holder, George Rogers Clark, John South.

18971-12-131-134-March ? , 1782: Second document. Duplicate filming. Faded. Corn supplied at Estill Station. Names: Col. Benjamin Logan.

18972-12-131-134-November 23 ?: Third document. Duplicate filming. Faded. Col. Benjamin Logan certified James Thompson served as Pack Horse Master in Col. Hugh McGarry's expedition from October 25 to No-vember 30 ?

18973-12-131-134-June 17, 1781: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Faded. Names: Col. Benjamin Logan, Roland Madison.

18974-12-135-136-July ?, 1782: Top document. Faded. Col. Benjamin Logan certified Samuel Hinch supplied beef for militia at Falls of Ohio.

18975-12-135-136-No Date: Bottom document. Faded. Names: John Simp-son, George Smith, unable to read a name.

18976-12-137-138-No Date: Top document. James Gilmore supplied beef for Lincoln County Militia. Names: Joseph Lindsay, Col. Benjamin Logan.

18977-12-137-138-March 20, 1783: Second document. Appraisement of Thomas Black's steer, which was used on George Rogers Clark's expedi-tion against the indians. Names: James Coburn, Jemison Moore, Capt. Madison.

18978-12-137-138-March 25, 1783: Bottom document. Appraisement of Samuel Kirkham's rifle and ax, which were lost digging canoes in 1781. Names: Henry Campbell, George Campbell, John Cowan.

18979-12-139-140-October 23, 1777: Top document. Col. John Bowman certified various articles were supplied to make salt for the militia on duty in Kentucky. Names: Isaac Hite, Edward Holeman, Mary Hendrix, Patrick Callicham, Edward Worthington, John Bowman, James Wiley, James Berry. Items: mattock, iron wedge, ax.

18980-12-139-140-May 22, 1781: Second document. Capt. Robert Barnett certified Capt. James Estill supplied rations 167 pounds of pork and corn for militia.

18981-12-139-140-June 22, 1781: Bottom document. Capt. James Estill supplied corn for use of militia. Names: Capt. Andrew Kinkead.

18982-12-141-142-September ?, 1782: Top document. Col. Benjamin Logan certified Mary Trigg supplied rations for Lincoln County Militia.

18983-12-141-142-June 20, 1783: Second document. John Stepleton, was paid to look after pack horses for 30 days. Names: John Cowan, Capt. Madison.

18984-12-141-142-March 18, 1783: Bottom document. Lincoln County, Virginia appraisement of Joseph Craig's horse and saddle. Names: William Bliscoe, Philemon Hawkins.

18985-12-143-144-No Date: Top document. John Hinkson supplied bear meat for use of Lincoln County Militia in 1781. Names: Col. Benjamin Logan.

18986-12-143-144-December 23, 1782: Second document. George McAfee supplied beef for Lincoln County Militia. Names: Joseph Lindsay.

18987-12-143-144-No Date: Third document. Benjamin Drake supplied beef for use of Lincoln County Militia. Names: John Logan, William Ca-sey.

18988-12-143-144-August 22, 1781: Bottom document. Capt. John Boyle in Lincoln County certified John Casey supplied diets.

18989-12-145-150-October 10, 1782: Top document. Duplicate filming. Capt. John Woods certified Jane Robertson supplied 120 diets for militia. Names: George Robertson.

18990-12-145-150-No Date: Second document. Duplicate filming. Faded. Simeon Woods supplied beef. Unable to read names.

18991-12-145-150-No Date: Third document. Duplicate filming. Faded. Rations for Lincoln County Militia. Names: Elisha Clary, Benjamin Logan.

18992-12-145-150-July 7, 1780: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Faded. George Bopes supplied 250 pounds of beef for militia going on expedition to Shawnee Town. Names: Col. Benjamin Logan, George Rogers Clark, John Dougherty.

18993-12-151-152-May ?, 1781: Top document. Capt. Robert Barnett certified George Robeson or Robinson had supplied 32 rations for company guarding the frontier.

18994-12-151-152-October 25, 1782: Bottom document. Faded. Green Clay certified horse was used in George Rogers Clark expedition against northward indians. Names: Joseph Craig, Emanuel Kelly.

18995-12-153-157-March 21, 1782: Top document. Duplicate filming. Reference to Green Clay's horse, which was taken or lost in George Rogers Clark expedition against the northward indians. Names: Emanual Kelley, David Farmer?, Capt. Alexander Robertson, Col. Bowman's Station.

18996-12-153-157-July 28, 1781: Second document. Duplicate filming. Capt. George Adams certified Capt. James Estill supplied 20 bushels of corn for Lincoln County Militia.

18997-12-153-157-November 21, 1782: Third document. Duplicate film-ing. Faded. Names: Capt. John Martin, Col. Benjamin Logan.

18998-12-158-159-October 10, 1781: Top document. Capt. John Woods certified Richard Estill supplied pork for Lincoln County Militia.

18999-12-158-159-August 20, 1780: Second document. Capt. Samuel South certified Andrew Dodd supplied 20 pounds of beef for use of Col. Benjamin Logan militia, which went on George Rogers Clark expedition to Shawnee Town.

19000-12-158-159-July 23, 1781: Third document. Capt. George Adams certified Capt. James Estill supplied rations for Lincoln County Militia.

19001-12-158-159-October 21, 1782: Bottom document. Faded. Names: Joseph South, George Rogers Clark, Robert Bowman.

19002-12-160-163-March ?, 1783: Top document. Duplicate filming. Faded. Names: Rebecca Pitton, Col. Benjamin Logan.

19003-12-160-163-March 19, 1783: Second document. Duplicate filming. Faded. Capt. George Adams supplied rations for Col. Benjamin Logan militia.

19004-12-160-163-March 8, 1782: Third document. Duplicate filming. Faded. Names: Jacob Adams, William Millar?

19005-12-160-163-March 18, 1782: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Faded. Unable to read.

19006-12-164-165-No Date: Top document. Faded. John Robinson sup-plied rations for Lincoln County Militia. Names: Col. Benjamin Logan.

19007-12-164-165-No Date: Second document. Faded. Rations supplied to Greenbrier militia. Names: George Rogers Clark, Andrew Steele, John McMurtry.

19008-12-164-165-July 20, 1782: Third document. Faded. Lincoln County. Names: Capt. John Woods, Capt. James Estill.

19009-12-164-165-June 23, 1782: Bottom document. Capt. James Estill supplied rations. Names: Col. Stephen Trigg, Capt. Andrew Kinkead.

19010-12-166-169-April 12, 1781: Top document. Duplicate filming. Faded. Names: George Rogers Clark, James Logan, unable to read name.

19011-12-166-169-December 19, 1781: Second document. Duplicate filming. John Wilkinson supplied 4 bushels of corn for Western Battalion at Falls of Ohio. Names: Joseph Crockett.

19012-12-166-169-February 27, 1782: Bottom document. Duplicate film-ing. Faded. Appraisement of

19012-12-166-169-February 27, 1782-Continued: horse. Names: Joseph Scott, Benjamin Logan, Nicholas McNealey, unable to read names.

19013-12-170-171-March 21, 1783: Top document. Appraisement of John Peak's rifle and saddle, which were lost at the defeat at Blue Lick. Names: Benjamin Cooper, Capt. Samuel Scott, Major Hugh McGarry, unable to read a name.

19014-12-170-171-March 20, 1783: Bottom document. Appraisement of James Harlan's bell, which was lost in George Rogers Clark expedition against the Shawnee Indians. Names: Simeon Kenton, Edward Bradford, George Harlen, Samuel Edwards.

19015-12-172-173-March 16, 1783: Top document. Appraisement of horse owned by Joseph Lindsay, who was deceased, and which was used at de-feat of Blue Lick. Names: ? Quirk, Samuel Dennis, Col. Stephen Trigg, Major Hugh McGarry.

19016-12-172-173-No Date: Second document. Faded. Names: Joseph Hutton.

19017-12-172-173-August 25, 1781: Third document. John McMurtry supplied 31 day rations for 2 militia. Names: Capt. John Daughterty, John Logan.

19018-12-172-173-July 9, 1781: Bottom document. John McMurtry sup-plied rations. Unable to read names.

19019-12-174-175-March 29, 1783: Top document. Appraisement of ? Ross or Rose horse, saddle and rifle, which were taken from Lincoln County to Blue Lick August 19, 1782. Names: Jacob Froman, John Hughes, Alexander Robertson, Barbara Rose.

19020-12-174-175-March 24, 1783: Bottom document. Appraisement of Henry Nison rifle, which was taken to Blue Lick. Names: Richard Davis, Jonathan Zinnenes, Alexander Robertson of Lincoln County, Col. Stephen Trigg, Major Hugh McGarry.

19021-12-176-177-March 12, 1783: Top document. Appraisement of El-isha Paouett's horse, saddle and bridle, which were taken to Battle of Blue Lick. Names: Robert Bowman, James Allen, Alexander Robertson, Major Hugh McGarry.

19022-12-176-177-December 13, 1782: Bottom left document. James McBrayan supplied 30 rations for Lincoln County Militia to Capt. Samuel McAfee, Capt. John Cowan.

19023-12-176-177-December 21, 1782: Bottom right document. James McGee supplied rations for Lincoln County Militia. Names: Capt. John Daugherty, Capt. John Cowan.

19024-12-178-179-December 21, 1780: Top document. James McCown supplied 109 rations for Lincoln County Militia of Col. Benjamin Logan. Names: Capt. Samuel McAfee, Capt. John Cowan.

19025-12-178-179-December 21, 1782: Second document. Faded. Rations supplied for Lincoln County

19025-12-178-179-December 21, 1782-Continued: Militia. Names: Col. Benjamin Logan, Capt. John Daugherty, Capt. John Cowan.

19026-12-178-179-December 16, 1782: Bottom document. Col. Stephen Trigg in Lincoln County certified Robert McAfee was entitled to pay for acting as a spy for 221 days and also was given tobacco. Names: Caleb Wallace.

19027-12-180-183-March 19, 1783: Top document. Duplicate filming. Appraisement of horse, saddle, bridle, rifle and blanket, which were prop-erty of Marjorie Robinson and taken to Battle of Blue Lick by William Robinson, who was killed. Names: William Griffin, John Martin, Alexan-der Robinson, Major Hugh McGarry.

19028-12-180-183-October 9, 1782: Second document. Duplicate filming. Faded. Names: John Arnold, Capt. Samuel McAfee, John Shield.

19029-12-180-183-December 21, 1782: Third document. Duplicate film-ing. Faded. Col. Benjamin Logan, Capt. John Cowan, William McBrien, unable to read a name.

19030-12-180-183 August 20, 1782: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Faded. Names: Capt. John Daugherty, Capt. John Cowan.

19031-12-184-185-August 25, 1781: Top document. David Woods sup-plied 30 rations for Lincoln County Militia. Names: Capt. John Daugherty, Capt. John Cowan, Col. Benjamin Logan.

19032-12-184-185-December 3, 1781: Second document. James McCowan Jr. supplied 113 rations for Lincoln County Militia. Names: Capt. Samuel McAfee, Col. Benjamin Logan, Capt. John Cowan.

19033-12-184-185-December 15, 1782: Third document. Faded. Robert McAfee supplied rations for Lincoln County Militia. Names: Joseph Lind-say, Col. Benjamin Logan, Caleb Wallace.

19034-12-186-189-December 21, 1782: Top document. Duplicate filming. John Arnold supplied rations for Lincoln County Militia. Names: Capt. Samuel McAfee, Col. Benjamin Logan, Capt. John Cowan.

19035-12-186-189-December 21, 1782: Second document. Duplicate filming. Col. Stephen Trigg in Lincoln County certified Alexander Arm-strong acted as a spy for 106 days. Names: John Cowan.

19036-12-186-189-July 19, 1780: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Appraisement of ax belonging to Richard Steele. Names: Joseph McClin-tock, Andrew Steele, William Fleming.

19037-12-190-192-August 19, 1782: Top document. Duplicate filming. Appraisement of a horse, which was lost at Battle of Blue Lick. Names: Major Hugh McGarry, James McConnall, Joseph Willson, James Steven-son?

19038-12-190-192-March 20, 1783: Second document. Duplicate filming. Appraisement of Thomas Acers

19038-12-190-192-March 20, 1783-Continued: rifle and shot bag, which were lent to William Givens and taken when indians attack Bryants Station in August of 1782. Names: James Cox, Alexander Robertson, Col. Stephen Trigg.

19039-12-190-192-March 26, 1783: Third document. Duplicate filming. Appraisement of Henry French's horse, which was lost at Battle of Blue Lick on August 19, 1782. Names: John Hart, William Pitman, Samuel McDowell, Capt. Madison.

19040-12-190-192-March 28, 1783: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Major Hugh McGarry certified Capt. Joseph Kinkead and James Kinkead were both at the defeat of the Battle of Blue Lick on August 19, 1782. Joseph Kinkead was killed by the indians and his horse, saddle, bridle, blanket and 2 rifles were lost. Names: Thomas Allen, John Kinkead.

19041-12-193-195-March 21, 1783: Top document. Duplicate filming. Appraisement of William Lam's horse, which was lost in action at the Battle of Blue Lick in August of 1782. Names: James Scott, Henry Dough-erty, Capt. Samuel Scott, Major Hugh McGarry.

19042-12-193-195-December 13, 1781: Second document. Duplicate filming. John McCowan supplied 109 rations for Lincoln County Militia. Names: Capt. Samuel McAfee, Col. Benjamin Logan, John Cowan.

19043-12-193-195-December 21, 1782: Bottom document. Col. Stephen Trigg in Lincoln County certified Stephen Arnold acted as a spy for 115 days. Names: John Cowan.

19044-12-196-197-December 13, 1781: Top document. Stephen Arnold supplied 53 rations for Lincoln County Militia. names: Col. Benjamin Logan, Capt. Samuel McAfee, John Cowan.

19045-12-196-197-December 21, 1782: Second document. Samuel McAfee supplied rations for Lincoln County Militia. Names: John Cowan, Col. Benjamin Logan, unable to read name.

19046-12-196-197-August 25, 1782: Third document. John Hutton sup-plied 71 rations for Lincoln County Militia. Names: Ensign John Logan, Capt. John Daugherty.

19047-12-198-201-March 21, 1783: Top document. Duplicate filming. Appraisement of John Morgan's horse, which was used by John Morgan Jr. Names: William Scholl, Lieut. David Boone, Col. John Todd, George Shorbridge.

19048-12-198-201-March 21, 1783: Second document. Duplicate filming. Appraisement of Arch Woods' horse, saddle and bridle, which were lost at defeat of Battle of Blue Lick. Names: Benjamin Cooper, Townsend Fuegate, Capt. Samuel Scott, Major Hugh McGarry.

19049-12-198-201-July 20, 1782: Third document. Duplicate filming. Samuel McAfee supplied 52 pounds of dried beef for soldiers. Names: John Cowan, unable to read name.

19050-12-198-201-July 9, 1780: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. James Hutton supplied rations

19050-12-198-201-July 9, 1780-Continued: for Lincoln County Militia. Names: Andrew Steele.

19051-12-202-203-July 9, 17??: Top document. James Hutton supplied 55 rations for Lincoln County Militia. Names: Andrew Steele.

19052-12-202-203-August 25, 1781: Second document. ? Lowrey supplied 31 rations for militia of Capt. John Daugherty. Names: Ensign John Logan.

19053-12-202-203-March 15, 1783: Third document. John Bowman certi-fied May 29, 1780 that Joseph Collins had a horse in service of the county on George Rogers Clark expedition against the Shawnee Indians. Joseph Collins made oath March 15, 1783 before Alexander Robertson that he had not been paid for the hiring of his horse.

19054-12-202-203-December 13, 1781: Bottom document. John McGee supplied 98 rations for Lincoln County Militia. Names: Col. Benjamin Logan, Capt. Samuel McAfee, Capt. John Cowan.

19055-12-204-207-October 1, 1784: Top document. Duplicate filming. Capt. William Cherry certified Philip Lavenburgh was a soldier from April 1, 1781 to December 22, 1782 in the Western Battalion commanded by Col. Joseph Crockett and was entitled for his pay.

19056-12-204-207-March 15, 1780: Second document. Duplicate filming. Appraisement of John Summers'

19056-12-204-207-March 15, 1780-Continued: horse, which was taken to Blue Lick. Names: James Clark, William Stafford, Alexander Robertson, Major Hugh McGarry.

19057-12-204-207-No Date: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Ap-praisement of Edward Corn's horse, which was lost at defeat of Licking. Appears Corn's son had the horse and was killed. Names: John Cowan, Daniel Veech, John Lipsey, Major Hugh McGarry.

19058-12-208-211-March 24, 1783: Top document. Duplicate filming. Lincoln County appraisement of James Ray horse, saddle and bridle, which were taken by order of Col. Stephen Trigg and lost at the Battle of Blue Lick. Names: George Shortridge, unable to read name, Major Hugh McGarry.

19059-12-208-211-March 20, 1783: Second document. Duplicate filming. Appraisement of Daniel Griggs rifle, which was lost at Blue Lick. Names: Adam Hamilton, Andrew McFadin.

19060-12-208-211-March 24, 1783: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Faded. Appraisement of George Smith's horse, powder horn and shot pouch lost at defeat at Blue Lick. Names: Daniel Veech, John Lipsey, Edward Corn, John Cowan, Major Hugh McGarry, William Smith.

19061-12-212-213-No Date: Top document. Lincoln County appraisement of John McMurtry's horse, rifle and shot pouch, which were taken by order of Col. Stephen Trigg and lost at Battle of Blue Lick. Names: James Hut-ton, William McMurtry, Major Hugh McGarry.

19062-12-212-213-March 28, 1783: Bottom document. Lincoln County appraisement of horse belonging to the estate of Capt. John Gordon, who had taken the horse to the Battle of Blue Lick, where he was killed. Names: Col. Stephen Trigg, Richard Davis, John Littard?, Major Hugh McGarry.

19063-12-214-217-March 20, 1783: Top document. Duplicate filming. Appraisement of James Harrod's horse, which was lost at the defeat of Blue Lick. Names: James Coburn, Anthony Lowdusky, Capt. Madison, Major Hugh McGarry.

19064-12-214-217-March 20, 1783: Second document. Duplicate filming. Appraisement of Anthony Lowdosky horse, saddle and bridle, which were lost at Battle of Blue Lick. Names: Simeon Moor, John Kelly, Major Hugh McGarry, Capt. Madison.

19065-12-214-217-March 8, 1783: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Lincoln County appraisement of horse lost at Battle of Blue Lick. Names: Alexander Robertson, William Griffin, unable to read names.

19066-12-218-219-March 15, 1783: Top document. Faded. Appraisement of horse and saddle lost at Battle of Blue Lick. Names: Alexander Robert-son, John Haggin, John Hinson, Major Hugh McGarry.

19067-12-218-219-March 24, 1783: Bottom document. Appraisement of Jarvis Green rifle, which was lost at Battle of Blue Lick. Names: Andrew McFadin, Adam Hampton, Major Hugh McGarry, Capt. Madison.

19068-12-220-221-March 8, 1783: Top document. Appraisement of Joseph Collins horse, which was lost at Battle of Blue Lick on August 19, 1782. Names: William Griffin, Archibald Marlin, Alexander Robertson, Major Hugh McGarry.

19069-12-220-221-March 24, 1783: Bottom document. Lincoln County appraisement Richard Davis rifle, which was lost August 19, 1782 at the Battle of Blue Lick. Names: Joseph Davis, Jonathan Jennings, Alexander Robertson, Col. Stephen Trigg, Capt. ? McCrackin, who was killed, Major Hugh McGarry.

19070-12-222-223-February 3, 1783: Top document. Appraisement of Jacob Cuffman horse, saddle and bridle, which were lost at the Battle of Blue Lick. Names: Major Hugh McGarry, James McCallister, John War-ford.

19071-12-222-223-October ?, 1782: Second document. Faded. Reference to Lincoln County Militia. Names: Capt. John Woods, Capt. Davis Gass.

19072-12-222-223-October 21, 1782: Third document. Capt. John Boyle in Lincoln County certified Dennis Diver supplied 358 pounds of beef for expedition.

19073-12-224-227-July 22, 1781: Top document. Duplicate filming. Lin-coln County appraisement of Edward Walton saw used by Lincoln County Militia. Names: Capt. George Adams, Samuel Estill, James Anderson.

19074-12-224-227-September 1, 1784: Bottom document. Duplicate film-ing. Isaiah Bush of Philadelphia appeared before Notary Public Asheton Humphreys of Philadelphia in

19074-12-224-227-September 1, 1784-Continued: the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania and made oath concerning papers, which were in the hands of merchant Simon Nathan of Philadelphia.

19075 -12-228-229-March 21, 1783: Top document. Appraisement of Robert Scott horse, which was lost at Battle of Blue Lick. Names: Henry Dougherty, James Scott, Capt. Samuel Scott, Major Hugh McGarry.

19076-12-228-229-April 24, 1781: Second document. George Flinn sup-plied buffalo beef and bear meat for Lincoln County Militia. Names: En-sign John Logan, William Casey.

19077-12-228-229-September 13, 1781: Third document. Morias Hansbor-ough at Boones Station supplied corn for state of Virginia for use of horses. Names: Lieut. James Welch, Col. John Floyd, Thomas Marshall.

19078-12-228-229-March 9, 1783: Bottom document. Lincoln County appraisement of Peter Deyerle rifle, which was lost at the Battle of Blue Lick. Names: Archibald Marlin, William Griffin, Cornelius Ruddle, Alex-ander Robertson, Major Hugh McGarry, Col. Stephen Trigg, Gilbert Mar-shall, who was killed.

19079-12-230-235-September 18, 1784: Top document. Duplicate filming. Faded. Reference to expedition against northward indians, Shawnee Indi-ans, flour, and beef. Names: Joseph Early, Thomas Black, Lucian Moore, Samuel McAfee, Rebecca Hickman, Isaac Thompson, John Edwards, Sam-uel Hench, Andrew Beall, James Harlan.

19080-12-230-235-April 9, 1781: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. John Bowman letter to issue 50 bushels of corn to William Little, who was employed to purchase corn. Names: John Coward.

19081-12-236-243-March 20, 1783: List of horses in service of the Lincoln County Militia for the year 1782 on expedition against the Indians at the first Battle of Blue Lick. List of 63 entries for horses, saddles and bridles taken and used by Capt. George Adams, Col. Benjamin Logan, Lieut. S. Huston, Capt. Woods, Capt. William Floyd, Capt. Kinkead, Capt. John Marlain, William Montgomery, and William Patton. The eight page docu-ment is faded. There is a description, brand mark and valuation for each horse as well as the name of the owner. Difficult to read names of every owner. Names: James Robeson, John Baker,Jacob Morgan, William Cave, John Phillips, Elizabeth Cave, John Woods, John Moore, John Sinnet, John Bringer, John Danner, Wally Proucher, John South , John Hamberton, Daniel McCormick, Abraham Miller, John King, Widow Jackmon, Cy Ramsday, Capt. John Boolis, William McKedin, John Engle, John Donel-son, William Mansell, Robert Moore, John Wilkerson, ? Kilbreath, William Morrison, Valentine Harmon, Robert Peyton, Robert Harrison, John McKenny, James McConnell, Widow Smith, unable to read many names.

19082-12-244-247-February 28, 1782: Top document. Duplicate filming. Faded. Reference to Bryant's Station. Names: Major Thomas Sweargon, unable to read names.

19083-12-244-247-No Date: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Unable to read. Names: Moses Henry.

19084-12-248-251-July 2, 1783: Top document. Duplicate filming. Faded. Reference to Jefferson County.

19085-12-248-251-June 7, 1781: Second document. Duplicate filming. Capt. Robert George at Fort Jefferson certified Laurence Meredith had supplied a milk cow for use of the troops.

19086-12-248-251-June 7, 1781: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Joseph Burke supplied 65 pounds of beef for use of troops at Fort Jeffer-son. Names: James Finn, Capt. Robert George.

19087-12-252-255-March 4, 1781: Top document. Duplicate filming. Ap-praisement of John Long's horse. Names: John Logan, James Polley, Sam-uel Davis.

19088-12-252-255-September 13, 1780: Second document. Duplicate filming. Faded. Reference to corn and inhabitants of Clarksborough, [Kentucky] Names: William Clark, Lieut. Col. John Montgomery, George Rogers Clark.

19089-12-252-255-November 23, 1782: Bottom document. Payment to Martha Boone for hiring of horse for use 31 days from October 24 to No-vember 23 on George Rogers Clark expedition. Names: Daniel Boone.

19090-12-256-257-November 23, 17??: Top document. Benjamin Logan certified John Edwards served as pack horse master for 32 day expedition of Col. John Logan battalion.

19091-12-256-257-September 30, 1782: Second document. State of Vir-ginia paid Robert Floyd for express and for clothing, which was lost when indians attacked Wheeling. Names: Caleb Wallace.

19092-12-256-257-September 2, 1782: Bottom document. State of Virginia paid Daniel Sullivan for express and for a saddle, which was lost when indians attacked Wheeling. Names: Caleb Wallace.

19093-12-258-259-March 28, 1783: Top document. Major Hugh McGarry in Lincoln County certified James Kinkead made oath that Joseph Kinkead's rifle was lost August 19, 1782 at the Battle of Blue Lick.

19094-12-258-259-March 28, 1783: Bottom document. Appraisement of lost rifle of John Kennady [Kennedy], who was killed at defeat of Blue Lick. Names: Robert Poague, Major Hugh McGarry, Joseph Lipton.

BOX 651-FOLDER 213

PAPERS-OCTOBER-NOVEMBER 1784

FRAMES #260-310

30 documents filmed on 50 frames.

19095-12-261-262-July 29, 1783: Monongalia County Commissioners appointed to adjust accounts of William Harrison certified payment was due Benjamin Wells. Names: John Evans, Charles Martin, William Hay-mond.

19096-12-263-November 26, 1784: Letter of J. Campbell to Governor Henry. Letter of J. Campbell to Governor Harrison. Inventories at Fort Nelson. Documents filed and printed elsewhere.

19097-12-264-November 7, 1784: Printed and filed elsewhere. Names: Caleb Wallace. Unable to read 2 names.

19098-12-265-268-November 23, 1784: Duplicate filming. Letter from J. Woods' Richmond, [Virginia] Solicitors Office to Edward Carrington. Reference to Western accounts, adjustment of accounts, debtors, an act of establish a District Court in the Western Waters, powers given the Attorney General, inhabitants, and Governor.

19099-12-269-270-October 6, 1779: Faded. Accounting entries from 1779 to 1780. Names: George Wilson, James Merriweather, Richard Barbour, unable to read many names.

19100-12-271-276-November 29, 1784: Duplicate filming. Faded. Com-monwealth of Virginia account of George Slaughter. Entries for payment to individuals. Names: John May, David Ervin, John Poindexter,Thomas Presley, Sanford Edwards, James Hinton, Daniel Creap, John W. Provence, Peter Upp, Carter Tate, Mary Prager, Joseph Vermillion, Christian Donally, Andrew Franklin, Thomas Gist, Gilbert Simpson, Jacob Bowman, Joseph Bechet, James Pendleton, Margaret Finne, Joseph Leyrel?, Robert Pollard, Anthony Beall, Samuel Newell, John Gordy, Joseph Sanders, Charles Cock, William Anderson, Alex Henly, Archibald Woods, Thomas Ferguson, Joseph Wickliff, Mary McDowell, Joseph Bell, Joseph Walters, John Frazer, John Phillips, James Culbertson, Andrew Beall, John Car-michael, Thomas Dunn, D. Greenwood, Robert McLaughlin, John Hutton, Benjamin Harrison, Daniel Sullivan, Walton Wright, Richard Young, John Roberts, Jacob Grapes, Robert Montgomery, James Thomas, Jane Atkins, William Walker. Unable to read many names.

19101-12-277-280-April 14, 1783: Top document. Duplicate filming. Payment due Thomas Phelps and John Armstrong for gun lost in service. Names: Joseph McDowell.

19101-12-277-280-June 1, 1781: Second document. Duplicate filming. William Shannon at Falls of Ohio certified 7,111 pounds and 10 shillings currency was due Capt. Richard Chinoweth. Names: John McDowell.

19102-12-281-282-January 31, 1783: Top document. Sergeant William Pritchard at Fort Nelson orders to auditor to settle and pay his wages to Major Philip Barbour for service in Capt. [Robert] George company.

19103-12-281-282-November 3, 1784: Bottom document. Pay due Ser-geant William Pritchard for September 16, 1781 to December 31, 1781 and January 1, 1782 to ?.

19104-12-283-284-November 3, 1784: Top document. Faded. Pay due Boston Damewood.

19105-12-283-284-Sept. ?, 1782: Bottom document. Faded. Names: Capt. John Baley, Major George Walls, William Rice.

19106-12-285-286-January 31, 1783: Top document. Pay due John John-son for June 15, 1779 to January 31, 1783. Names: William Elms.

19107-12-285-286-September 12, 1782: Bottom document. Reference to rifles at Fort Nelson. Names: Zephaniah Blackford, George Rogers Clark, William Rice.

19108-12-287-288-November 6, 1784: Pay account of George Slaughter. Names: ? Randolph.

19109-12-289-290-November 10, 1785: Top document. Warrants paid on account of Oliver Pollock by virtue of the Resolution of Assembly [of Virginia] dated 4 December 1784. Names: Will Trumbull, A. Donato, Charles Carrington, George Thompson, Thomas Healy, Jonathan Patterson, Nelson Crawford, J. Crawford, Will Lawrence.

19110-12-289-290-January 30, 1784: Bottom document. Thomas Merri-weather certified Lieut. James Merriweather had presented in the [Virginia] Council Chambers a January 8, 1782 receipt in the names of Florence Mahony, John Wheler and Richard Richards for the sum of $20 each for enlisting in the state cavalry.

19111-12-291-292-November 19, 1784: Faded. Col. Carrington report on Western Account.

19112-12-293-294-April 12, 1783: Top document. John McDowell report for payment due Matthew James for service as armorer.

19113-12-293-294-April 1, 1783: Bottom document. Lincoln County Commissioners for the Western Account approved payment bounty to soldier John Morris of the Illinois Regiment.

19114-12-295-296-September 29, 1785: Top document. Falls of Ohio appraisement of Joseph Armstrong's rifle, which was lost. Names: Francis Adams, William Blackburn,

19114-12-295-296-September 29, 1785-Continued: George Rogers Clark, Thomas Phelps, unable to read a name

19115-12-295-296-November 2, 1782: Bottom document. Appraisement of William Cummins horse, which was lost on the Virginia Militia of George Rogers Clark expedition against Shawnee towns. Names: James Hough-land, Joshua Ackers, Capt. John Floyd.

19116-12-297-298-November ?, 1784: Top document. Richmond, [Vir-ginia] reference to estate of Richard Winston. Names: Asa Craig, John Clark, John Stroby, Louis Curry, unable to read a name.

19117-12-297-298-June 16, 1783: Bottom document. Receipts signed at Louisville. Names: Samuel Watkins, Joseph Cubbage, Page Portwood, ? Moore, Ebenezer Johnson, unable to read a name.

19118-12-299-300-October 20, 1784: Top document Deposition of James and Ann Barnett, who appeared before Samuel Eason and Josiah Martin and made oath that John Barnett was son of Joseph Barnett, deceased, and elder brother of Robert Barnett, who died in the Illinois service.

19119-12-299-300-July 27, 1783: Bottom document. Commissioners ap-pointed to settle and adjust account of William Harrison reported payment was due Philip Reed, who was a sawyer. Names: Charles Martin, John Evans, William Haymond.

19120-12-301-302-July 27, 1780: Top document. Commissioners ap-pointed to settle and adjust William Harrison's account reported payment due to David Devone, who was a sawyer and worked in building boats. Names: John Evans, Charles Martin, William Haymond.

19121-12-301-302-?, 1781: Bottom document. Pay due solider Philip Lavenburg for service from December 20, 1779 to December 20, 1781.

19122-12-303-304-November 24, 1784: Top document. Faded. Names: David Devone, Philip ?, Richard ?

19123-12-303-304-October 14, 1786: Bottom document. Names: Philip Lavenburg or Lovenburg.

19124-12-305-306-March 24, 1784: Faded. Names: William Abbott, Dan-iel Greenwood, Col. George Slaughter, John Blackwell, Lester Brookett, James Wheatley.

19125-12-307-310-October 16, 1783: Duplicate filming. Deposition of James Wheatley and John Blackwell concerning state of Virginia, Benja-min Harrison and obligation of James Wheatley, who furnished certificates to Daniel Greenwood and William Abbott for service as soldiers of Col. George Slaughter. Names: Lester Brookett.

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PAPERS-DECEMBER 1784

FRAMES #311-316

3 documents filmed on 6 frames.

19126-12-313-314-December 24, 1784: Top document. Duplicate filming. Names: John Cubbage.

19127-12-313-314-December 30, 1784: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Names: Rice Curtis.

19128-12-315-316-August 14, 1784: Commonwealth of Virginia account with John Montgomery. Dated entries from December 31, 1780 to Decem-ber 15, 1784. Payment for service as Lieut. Col. in the Illinois Regiment and for rations. Reference auditor's office and assignment of account by John Montgomery to William North. Names: ? Randolph, George Rogers Clark, George Wilson, Thomas Merriweather.

BOX 651-FOLDER 215

PAPERS JANUARY 1785

FRAMES #317-339

14 documents filmed on 22 frames.

19129-12-318-319-December 20. 1783: Top document. Names: Philip Barber.

19130-12-318-319-January 26, 1785: Bottom document. Pay for provisions for Capt. Daniel Hall militia on expedition against indians from July 18 to August 21, 1780. Names: Col. William Linn, George Rogers Clark, Shadrack Cart Lee, Sergeant John Kuth, Charles Masterson, Jonathan Radge, James Gutry, William Keith, Henry Keith, Charles Lee, Benjamin Osborn, Francis Lesnet, William Downs, Daniel Biers, Aron Atherton, John Davis,

19130-12-318-319-January 26, 1785-Continued: William Bethel, James Finn.

19131-12-320-321-January 8, 1785: Top document. Ben Glenn certified August 25, 1783 that Harris Hammontree or Harmontree enlisted as a sol-dier for defense of the Western Frontier of Virginia and was killed by indi-ans July 25, 1781.

19132-12-320-321-July 25, 1781: Bottom document. Faded. Pay for Harris Hammontree or Harmantree service as a soldier to July 25, 1781.

19133-12-322-323-November 24, 1783: Top document. John Hammontree, father of Harris Hammontree, produced certificate of enlistment for his son and claimed rights to such. Names: George Carrington.

19134-12-322-323-January 13, 1785: Bottom document. Names: Harris Hammontree.

19135-12-324-329-August 20, 1780: Top document. Duplicate filming. Account of Capt. William Oldham claim for rations on expedition of Col. William Linn of Kentucky militia against Shawnee Indians. Names: George Rogers Clark, Morias Hansbrough.

19136-12-324-329-January 8, 1785: Second document. Duplicate filming. P. Henry report from Council [of Virginia] to issue warrant to Isaac Zane to pay for carriage and kettles for George Rogers Clark army.

19137-12-324-329-July 26, 1783: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Commissioners appointed to settle and adjust account of William Harrison reported payment due to Elisha Rigley, who was employed as an artificers by George Rogers Clark. Names: John Evans, Charles Martin, William Haymond.

19138-12-330-333-January 28, 1785: Top document. Duplicate filming. Monongalia County Commissioners appointed to settle and adjust account of William Harrison reported July 26, 1783 that payment was due William Clark, who was employed as an artificer for George Rogers Clark Western expedition. Names: John Evans, Charles Martin, William Haymond.

19139-12-330-333-January 28, 1783: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Monongalia County Commissioners appointed to settle and adjust account of William Harrison reported July 26, 1783 that payment was due Joseph Cochron, who was employed for George Rogers Clark Western expedition. Names: William Anderson, John Evans, Charles Martin, William Hay-mond.

19140-12-334-335-July 26, 1783: Monongalia County Commissioners appointed to settle and adjust account of William Harrison reported pay-ment was due William Anderson, who was employed as an artificer on George Rogers Clark's Western expedition. Names: John Evans, Charles Martin, William Haymond.

19141-12-336-339-January 28, 1784: Top document. Duplicate filming. Monongalia County Commissioners appointed to settle and adjust account of William Harrison reported payment was dues William Johnston, who was employed as an artificer for George Rogers Clark Western Expedition. Names: John Evans, Charles Martin, William Haymond.

19142-12-336-339-January 26, 1783: Second document. Duplicate filming. Monongalia County Commissioners appointed to settle and adjust account of William Harrison reported payment was due Richard Sparks. Names: John Evans, Charles Martin, William Haymond.

19143-12-336-339-July 26, 1783: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Monongalia County Commissioners appointed to settle and adjust account of William Harrison reported payment was due William Heath, who was employed as an artificer on George Rogers Clark Western Expedition. Names: John Evans, Charles Martin, William Haymond.

BOX 651-FOLDER 216

PAPERS-FEBRUARY 1785

FRAMES #340-358

12 documents filmed on 18 frames.

19144-12-341-342-February 11, 1785: P. Henry from February 10, 1785 Council [of Virginia] informed auditor to settle account due to Mr. Bush.

19145-12-343-349-February 12, 1785: Duplicate filming. James Sullivan list of horses entered with him as Horse Master for George Rogers Clark expedition in 1780. Listed are owners, number of horses supplied, when entered, when discharged, number of days use and amount paid. Names: William Linn, Capt. Charles Polk, John Lipsey, Andrew Corn, Edward Corn, Benjamin Williams, Thomas Shield?, David Hoghlend, John Whi-taker, Samuel Hench, Isaac Curtis, Samuel Watkins, Thomas Spencer, John Cline, James Steward, Thomas Applegate, John Todd, Thomas Stephenson, John Galloway, William Armstrong, William Mitchell, William Welch, Albert Burk, John Collins, John Arthington, Samuel McCracken, Peter Pitton?, Christopher Lunsford, Christopher Sholl?, Philip Taylor, Solomon Casmuff?, John Swank, John Harley, Clark Lee, John Ezre, John East-wood, John Shaw, James Testwell?, Thomas Boyd, John Sullivan, William Mitchell, Nathaniel Sellers, John

19145-12-343-349-February 12, 1785-Continued: Williams, ? Bunnell?, Mary Cristy, William South, George Hubbs, Marlen Coleman, Richard Swan, Anthony Rallings, Adam Kinkead, Richard Walker, Meredith Price, Philip Steason?, Jacobus Scotwille, Cornelius Voris, John Vicker, Samuel Wright, Jacob French, Edward Mordet?, Artemis Bushern?, Dennis Pursley, Samuel W. Adams, Henry Lynch, Thomas Pursley, James Ste-phenson, Thomas Fleming, Jonah Johnson, Daniel Hall?, John Handley, Peter Bitts?. Unable to read many other names.

19146-12-350-351-February 23, 1785: Top document. Monongalia County Commissioners certified account of William Harrison owed Alexander Craig, who was a master carpenter at the boat yard. Names: Joseph Parkison, John Evans, Charles Martin, William Haymond.

19147-12-350-351-February 23, 1785: Second document. Monongalia County Commissioners certified account of William Harrison owed John Magane for work done at boat yard. Names: John Evans, Charles Martin, William Haymond.

19148-12-350-351-February 23, 1785: Bottom document. Monongalia County Commissioners certified account of William Harrison owed John Hopkins, who was a carpenter for work at boat yard. Names: John Evans, Charles Martin, William Haymond.

19149-12-352-353-February 23, 1785: Top document. Monongalia County Commissioners certified account of William Harrison owed Joshua Arm-strong, who was an artificer for George Rogers Clark Western Expedition. Names: John Evans, Charles Martin, William Haymond.

19150-12-352-353-February 23, 1785: Second document. Monongalia County Commissioners certified account of William Harrison owed Daniel Brooks, who was a carpenter. Names: John Evans, Charles Martin, William Haymond.

19151-12-352-353-February 23, 1785: Bottom document. Monongalia County Commissioners certified account of William Harrison owed car-penter John Kennedy for building boats. Names: John Evans, Charles Mar-tin, William Haymond.

19152-12-354-355-February 23, 1785: Top document. Monongalia County Commissioners certified account of William Harrison owed Uriah Johnson, who was a sawyer in building boats. Names: John Evans, Charles Martin, William Haymond.

19153-12-354-355-February 23, 1785: Second document. Monongalia County Commissioners certified account of William Harrison owed James Scott for work at boat yard. Names: Joseph Parkison, John Evans, Charles Martin, William Haymond.

19154-12-354-355-February 23, 1785: Third document. Monongalia County Commissioners certified account of William Harrison owed Joseph Hopkins, who was a carpenter and did boat building. Names: John Evans, Charles Martin, William Haymond.

19155-12-356-358-February 23, 1785: Top document. Monongalia County Commissioners certified account of William Harrison owed Abraham Scott, who was a blacksmith and worked on building boats. Names: Joseph Parkison, John Evans, Charles Martin, William Haymond.

19156-12-356-358-February 23, 1785: Bottom document. Faded. Refer-ence to Washington County and employees, who wished to settle payment due them. About 11 names. Can identify: Joseph Parkison, Alex Craig, John Kennedy, Uriah Johnson.

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PAPERS-MARCH 1785

FRAMES #359-372

6 documents filmed on 13 frames.

19157-12-360-March 5, 1785: Letter of Oliver Pollock to Governor Patrick Henry. Filed and printed elsewhere.

19158-12-361-March 6, 1785: Letter of Foster Webb to Governor Patrick Henry. Filed and printed elsewhere.

19159-12-362-March 30, 1785: Letter of John Fitch to Governor. Filed and printed elsewhere.

19160-12-363-366-March 7, 1785: Top document. Duplicate filming. Pay to Robert Barnett for service as soldier from August 1, 1779 to October 26, 1780. Names: Col. Samuel Meredith.

19161-12-363-366-March 21, 1785: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Monongalia County Commissioners certified payment was due John Evans for supplying wheat for use of boat yard at the mouth of George Creek. Names: John Evans, Charles Martin, William Haymond.

19162-12-367-372-March 25, 1785: Duplicate filming. State of Virginia account of Richard Winston. Reference to bills, Virginia Council meeting on July 25, 1784, auditor, and comments of George Rogers Clark. Names: Benjamin Harrison.

BOX 651-FOLDER 218

PAPERS-APRIL 1785

FRAMES #373-390

10 documents filmed on 17 frames.

19163-12-374-377-April 10, 1785: Top document. Duplicate filming. David Shepherd supplied whiskey to Lieut. Gabriel Detteson?. Names: Daniel Duncan, David McClure, Ebenezer Zane.

19164-12-374-377-February 28, 1785: Second document. Duplicate film-ing. Nathaniel Ashby made oath before justice of peace John Woodcock that Lewis Howell was disabled in a knee and unfit for service.

19165-12-374-377-April 7, 1785: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. William Roberts at Louisville requested his certificate for pay as a solider be given to Daniel Brohead Jr.

19166-12-378-381-April 9, 1785: Top document. Duplicate filming. Faded. Lieut. Col. John Montgomery certified Lieut. John Roberts served in the Illinois Regiment from June 22, 1779 to August 16, 1779. Names: Major Joseph Bowman.

19167-12-378-381-March 12, 1785 : Second document. Duplicate filming. Jacob Rinker in Shenandoah County certified Lewis Howell enlisted as a soldier in November of 1779 and served 2 years in the battalion under command of Col. Joseph Crockett. Names: Capt. William Cherry.

19168-12-378-381-April 15, 1781: Third document. Duplicate filming. David Shepherd order for Fort Henry to issue whiskey for 63 men in Capt. Joseph Egles company.

19169-12-382-384-March 15, 1785: Top document. Duplicate filming. Lewis Howell's request to settle his discharge with Nathaniel Ashby. How-ell served 2 years with Capt. Stephen Ashby. Reference to land warrants. Names: Joseph Crockett, ? Woods.

19170-12-382-384-April 20, 1785: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. John McDowell in Commissioners Office at Richmond, [Virginia] reported payment was due Isaac Bowman for service as Horse Master.

19171-12-385-386-April 28, 1785: Top document. Pay due to soldier Lewis Howell from December 1, 1779 to April 20, 1781. Names: Nathaniel Ashby.

19172-12-385-386-June 20, 1779: Bottom document. Isaac Bowman at Fort Clark paid $ 12.00 to Joseph Peargrass? for 4 men, who took care of the state horses for 6 days.

19173-12-387-390-June 27, 1779: Top document. Duplicate filming. Isaac Bowman at Fort Clark paid $18 to John Battest Montrey for taking care of 3 state of Virginia

19173-12-387-390-June 27, 1779-Continued: horses. Names: John Haw-kins.

19174-12-387-390-May 4, 1785: Second document. No. 4. Duplicate filming. Reference to Ohio County court, and payment due David Shep-herd. Verso has reference to Fort Henry and supplying whiskey. Names: David McClure, Ebenezer Lane, Richard Yeats, unable to read a name.

19175-12-387-390-May 4, 1785: Bottom document. No. 5. Duplicate filming. Reference to Ohio County, court, and payment due David Shep-herd. Verso has reference to Fort Henry and supplying whiskey. Names; David McClure, Ebenezer Lane, Richard Yeats, William Crawford.

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PAPERS-MAY 1785

FRAMES #319-411

10 documents filmed on 92 frames.

19176-12-392-May 16, 1785: Letter of James Innis to Governor. "Certifi-cate in my possession." Filed elsewhere.

19177-12-393-396-May 2, 1785: Top document. Duplicate filming. Lieut. Joseph Sanders at Louisville received his certificate for service in Col. George Slaughter Corps from Daniel Brohead Jr. Names: Benjamin Rob-erts.

19178-12-393-396-? 1780: Second document. Duplicate filming. Faded. Pay for service as soldier. Names: John Logan, unable to read other names.

19179-12-393-396-May 13, 1785: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Capt. John Rogers of the Cavalry certified March 16, 1784 that Travis Booton had served as a soldier in the state cavalry from September 6, 1779 to February 14, 1782 and had not received any compensation except for clothing of coat, waistcoat, shirt, overalls and 2 linen shirts, pair of leather overalls, horseman's cloak, cap, blankets, leggings, horn comb and 4 pairs of moccasins.

19180-12-397-404-May 11, 1782: Top document. Duplicate filming. Dan-iel Brohead Jr. at Louisville gave certificate and interest for service of Benjamin Roberts in Major George Slaughter Corps.

19181-12-397-404-May ?, 1785: Second document. Duplicate filming. Ezekiel Dewill supplied corn for horses for use of militia on expedition to Coshocton. Verso has reference to Ohio County. Names: Col. Daniel Bro-head, David Shepherd, David McCline, Ebenezer Lane.

19182-12-397-404-March , 1785: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. George Rogers Clark certified Daniel McKerny? was taken prisoner by the indians.

19183-12-405-409-September 4, 1783: Top document. Duplicate filming. Faded. Lieut. James Espy certified Edward Barnet served as a solider and was discharged June 18, 1781.

19184-12-405-409-May 12, 1785: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Reference to Washington County and Prince William County. Names: Daniel McKenny, J. Parkison, George Rogers Clark, Robert Graham.

19185-12-410-411-No Date: Top document. Duplicate filming. Faded. Names: Ned Barnet.

19186-12-410-411-May 4, 1785: Bottom document. Ohio County Court order to pay certificate of John Mitchell. Reference to whiskey. Names: George McAfee, Richard Yeats.

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PAPERS-JUNE 1785

FRAMES #412-422

6 documents filmed on 10 frames.

19187-12-413-414-June 15, 1785: Top document. Reference to George Armstrong's certificate for service as a matross in Capt. [Robert] George company of the Illinois Regiment. Names: Valentine Thomas Dalton, Capt. Brohead, John Donnell, Clarksville.

19188-12-413-414-June 6, 1785: Bottom document. David McClure re-ported Capt. John Mitchell had presented his account for expenses for horses on Col. Brohead expedition to the Ohio County Court.

19189-12-415-418-June 28, 1785: Letter of Thomas Patterson to Oliver Pollock. Reference to Governor Miro, Spanish, John Baptist Malvot, D. Matterres, friendship, governor, state of Georgia, Natchez, cannons, am-munition, militia, guards, American boats, navigation of Mississippi River, Havana, hostility, Mr. Henderson.

19190-12-419-420-June 3, 1785: Claims presented to Harrison County court in 1785 and referred to

19190-12-419-420-June 3, 1785-Continued: Commonwealth of Virginia for payment. Items supplied were diets, use of horses, corn, pork, beef, billeting of soldiers, indian corn. Names: Benjamin Wilson, George Jack-son, John Powers, John McKenny, Edward Ratcliff, Christopher Carpenter, John Owens, James Holder, Charles Parsons, John White, John Stalnaker, Jacob Stalnaker, Charles Nelson, Charles Foringash, Henry Smith, Thomas Beckley, Samuel Cottrall, John Nutter, Samuel Cottrall, Henry Snyder, Edward Cunningham.

19191-12-421-422-June 6, 1785: Top document. Ohio County Court ap-proved payment to Daniel Harrison for supplying horse for use of troops commanded by Col. Daniel Brohead for expedition against Kashockton. Names: John Mitchell, Daniel Harris, David McClure, Major Chapline.

19192-12-421-422-June 6, 1785: Second document. Ohio County Court approved payment to Daniel Harrison. Names: George McCollock, David McClure.

19193-12-421-422-No Date: Bottom document. Faded. Names: ? Pittman, William Bell, Billy Bell.

BOX 651- FOLDER 221

PAPERS-JULY 1785

FRAMES #423-459

18 documents filmed on 36 frames.

19194 Frames #424-427-July 11, 1785 : Top document. Duplicate filming. Faded. Lieut. Col. John Montgomery at Falls of Ohio certified William Hart had taken care of 2 sick Illinois Regiment men. One man had a cancer under his left ear and the other had a sore leg.

19195-12-424-427-June 6, 1785: Bottom document. Ohio County Court order to pay Daniel Morgan for supplying horse for 9 days for Coshocton campaign. account. Names: David McClure, John Mitchell, Col. Daniel Brohead.

19196-12-428-429-July 29, 1783: Top document. Monongalia County Commissioners reported William Harrison account had payment due Charles Bradford. Names: John Evans, Charles Martin, William Haymond.

19197-12-428-429-July 28, 1785: Bottom document. Auditors office re-ported the Treasurer had received payment for property tax from Sheriff John Johns of Buckingham.

19198-12-430-433-July 1, 1785: Top document. Duplicate filming. Pay-ment for making shirts. Names: Frederick Gray, Ichabod Camp, John McDowell, H. Wells,

19199-12-430-433-July ?, 1783: Second document. Duplicate filming. Faded. Names: Col. Stephen Trigg.

19200-12-430-433-No Date: Third document. Duplicate filming. Faded. Reference to Lincoln County Militia. Names: Major William Hays, Benja-min Logan.

19201-12-434-437-No Date: Top document. Duplicate filming. State of Virginia account for Col. John Logan for pay for 32 days. Names: Benja-min Logan.

19202-12-434-437-July 8, 1785: Second document. Duplicate filming. Faded. Lincoln County Militia. Names: Benjamin Logan.

19203-12-434-437-July 6, 1785: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Faded. Lincoln County Militia. Names: Benjamin Logan.

19204-12-438-441-No Date: Top document. Duplicate filming. Pay ac-count for Lieut. Col. Hugh McGarry for service on Shawnee expedition. Names: Benjamin Logan.

19205-12-438-441-July ?, 1785: Second document. Duplicate filming. Names: Abraham Pauly, Braxton Price, Daniel Clark, unable to read 3 names.

19206-12-438-441-July 7, 1785: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. ? Kellar at Louisville order to pay the salary of deceased Abraham Kellar to Daniel Brohead.

19207-12-442-July 19, 1785: Letter of John Sevier to Governor Henry. Reference to indian talks between state of Franklin and Chickasaw Indians. Filed and printed elsewhere.

19208-12-443-July 27, 1785: Letter of James Montgomery to Governor Henry. Filed and printed elsewhere.

19209-12-444-July 28, 1785: Letter of Andrew Connally to Governor Henry. Filed and printed elsewhere.

19210-12-445-July 29, 1785: Letter of Samuel Brown to Governor Henry. Filed and printed elsewhere.

19211-12-446-451-July 2, 1785: Duplicate filming. George Rogers Clark at New York certified he called a court martial on Lieut. Col. John Montgom-ery in the year 1781 at Falls of Ohio concerning his conduct while com-manding the Illinois Country in the absence of Clark. Reference to Oliver Pollock at New Orleans and inhabitants.

19212-12-452-459-July 2, 1785: Duplicate filming. George Rogers Clark at New York certified Bills [of exchange] for Virginia troops in the Illinois Country were sent to Oliver Pollock at New Orleans.

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PAPERS-AUGUST 1785

FRAMES #460-516

31 documents filmed on 56 frames.

19213-12-461 -462-August 23, 1785: Commissioners office letter to Philip Barbour concerning depreciation of soldiers' pay and prosecution, which was to be taken against him by the General Court.

19214-12-463-464-August 15, 1785: Faded. Edward Taylor appeared be-fore Justice of Peace of Lincoln

19214-12-463-464-August 15, 1785-Continued: County and made oath that he served as sergeant in Capt. Isaac Taylor company of the Illinois Regi-ment from February 24, 1779 to July 10, 1780. Reference to discharge, Lieut. Col. John Montgomery, Walker Daniel, who was killed by indians, Daniel Brohead. Names: Isaac Shelby, Thomas Merriweather.

19215-12-465-467-August 16, 1785: Account of Thomas Bentley. Refer-ence to Falls of James River, Falls of Appomattox, Falls of Rappahannock, Falls of Dumpries, Bowlers, Hobs Hole. Names: David Ross, John Mont-gomery, Simon Nathan, Henry Young, D. Woods.

19216-12-468-471-August 16, 1785: Expenditures for expedition. Refer-ence to tobacco, interest and payments and [General] Assembly. Names: Thomas Bentley, Mr. Ross, Daniel Clark, Charles Gratiot, Godfrey Linctot, Francis Bosseron, Philip LeGras, Doctor Connard, Michael Gratz, John Gibson, Charles Foutant Bourgard, Oliver Pollock.

19217-12-472-473-August 16, 1785: Account of Daniel Clark, who was commercial agent for state of Virginia. Names: Mr. Ross.

19218-12-474-477-August 16, 1785: Duplicate filming. Account of Elias Foutant Bourgard. Names: D. Wood.

19219-12-478-479-August 16, 1785: Account of Daniel Clark, who was commercial agent for state of Virginia. Names: David Ross, D. Woods.

19220-12-480-481-August 26, 1785: Top document. State of Virginia account of Charles Whitaker. Names: George Rogers Clark, Isaac Morri-son.

19221-12-480-481-April 9, 1785: Second document. David McClure sup-plied 5 gallons of whiskey for Col. Daniel Brohead militia expedition to Coshocton. Names: David Shepherd.

19222-12-480-481-April 16, 1784: Third document. Ebenezer Zane at Fort Henry supplied 56 bushels of indian corn for Col. Daniel Brohead militia expedition. Names: George McCollock, Andrew Robinson?

19223-12-482-483-June 15, 1781: Top document. Names: Daniel Hogland, George McCollock, Daniel Brohead.

19224-12-482-483-April 15, 1781: Second document. Names: George McCollock, Daniel Brohead.

19225-12-482-483-May 6, 1785: Third document. Names: David McClure, Richard Yeats, Ebenezer Zane, Solomon George.

19226-12-484-486-August 7, 1785: Top document. Duplicate filming. Monongalia County certified payment was due from William Harrison account to Samuel Evalt for boat building. Names: John Evans, Charles Martin, William Haymond.

19227-12-484-486-March 27, 1783: Second document. Duplicate filming. Lincoln County Commissioners received account of James Trabue for his service in the militia company of Kentucky from December 8, 1779 to June 24, 1780 and for lost of his horse and saddle taken at the capture of Riddle and Martin Stations on June 24 and 26, [1780]. Reference to claims for payment of cattle. Names: John McDowell, Caleb Wallace, Col. Bowman.

19228-12-487-490-August 16, 1785: Top document. Duplicate filming. June 2, 1784 warrants approved for Michael Gratz and John Gibson. Names: D. Woods.

19229-12-487-490-August 16, 1785: Second document. Richmond, Vir-ginia approval for payment of warrant to Charles Gratiot. Names: D. Woods.

19230-12-491-494-No Date: Top document. Duplicate filming. Faded. Unable to read. Names: James Trabue, unable to read other names.

19231-12-491-494-April 17, 1783: Second document. Duplicate filming. Reference to James Trabue's saddle and bridle, which were lost at Martins Station in Kentucky County on June 24, 1780.

19232-12-491-494-August 16, 1785: Third document. Duplicate filming. Payment due Doctor Connard.

19233-12-495-498-August 16, 1785: Duplicate filming. Account of Francis Bosseron. Names: D. Wood.

19234-12-499-500-August 16, 1785: Account of commercial agent Daniel Clark. Names: Mr. Ross.

19235-12-501-502-August 15, 1782: Top document. Ohio County ap-proved payment of Jonathan Lane. Names: David McClure, George McCollock, unable to read 2 names.

19236-12-501-502-April 2, 1781: Second document. Ohio County ap-proved payment to George Smith for a horse, saddle and bridle lost with troops of Col. Daniel Brohead. Names: John Mitchell, David McClure, James Caldwill.

19237-12-503-504-August 1, 1785: Owners list of horses, saddles and bridles impressed for use by militia commanded by Col. Daniel Brohead for expedition against enemy at Cashacking [Coshocton] on April 27, 1781. Names: Michael Rawlings, Theophilis Case, Robert Ferguson, Nicholas Climpson?, Jacob Cook, Henry Clark, Matthew Kass, John Johnston, Wil-liam Smiley, James Cass, Andrew Bassot, James Lattimore, Lewis Wetsel, Ralph Braddock, John Dunnivan, William Hanit, William Steward, Jesse Martin, Col. David Shepherd, Lawrence William, Nathaniel Temple.

19238-12-505-506-August 15, 1785: Top document. Edward Taylor sold his rights and claims for pay as a sergeant in the Illinois Regiment to Dan-iel Brohead. Names: Christopher Graham.

19239-12-505-506-August 5, 1785: Bottom document. Names: Daniel Clark, Foster Webb.

19240-12-507-510-August 4, 1785: Top document. Duplicate filming. Abraham Chapline at Louisville order to auditor to settle his pay and give to William Croghan, Rice Bullock.

19241-12-507-510-August 16, 1785: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Philip LeGras account against state of Virginia. Names: ? Woods.

19242-12-511-514-July 29, 1785: Top document. Duplicate filming. Monongalia County Commissioners certified payment was due Nathan Young from William Harrison account.

19243-12-511-514-No Date: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Faded. Ohio County reported payment due Ebenezer Lane. Names: David McClure.

19244-12-515-516-August 10, 1785: Auditor instructed to issue warrant to Francis Graves? for payment of Monsieur Beaumarchais claim. Names: Unable to read name.

BOX 651-FOLDER 223

PAPERS-SEPTEMBER 1785

FRAMES #517-528

3 documents filmed on 11 frames.

19245-12-518-September 16, 1785: Letter of Levi Todd to Governor Henry. Filed and printed elsewhere.

19246-12-519-March 25, 1785: Incomplete. Account with heading Andrew Meade Sheriff of Brunswick ... Reference to land tax, equalization and taxable property as well as notice of John A. Richardson.

19247-12-520-521-No Date: Names: Francis Carbonneaux.

19248-12-522-528-October 20, 1786: Duplicate filming. George Rogers Clark certified September 5, 1785 that Philoman Walters served 36 days as a guard to the army march against the indians in 1782 and was entitled to pay from the state of Virginia.

BOX 651-FOLDER 224

PAPERS-OCTOBER-NOVEMBER 1785

FRAMES #529-542

5 documents filmed on 13 frames.

19249-12-530-October 17, 1785: Letter of William Johnston to Governor Henry. Filed and printed elsewhere.

19250-12-531-535-November 9, 1785: Top document. Duplicate filming. Monongalia County Commissioners certified accounts of William Harrison owed payment to artificer Joseph Neal or Neil for boat building services at the mouth of George Creek. Names: John Evans, William Haymond, Charles Martin.

19251-12-531-535-October 11, 1785: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Randolph White of Lincoln County granted authority to Daniel Brohead to settle and obtain balance of his pay as a soldier in the Illinois Regiment and to

19251-12-531-535-October 11, 1785-Continued: sign a receipt for dis-charge. Names: John Donne

19252-12-536-539-October 24, 1785: Account of sundry expenses and articles purchased for building boats for use of General [George Rogers] Clark army. Reference to pay roll and oath made by Joseph Parkison on July 24, 1783 in Monongalia County. Items: kettle, wooden bowls, buckets, plank, bags, hemp, steel, iron, tar, tow, building of stone cabin for a smith shop and for a cook house, making of nails, flour barrels. Names: William Harrison, William Haymond, George Walls, Lieut. Thomas Parkison, Mar-tin Hardin, John Armstrong, Richard Cunningham, Samuel Riddell, John Donahy, John Cochran, James Pitton, Edward David, John Garret, Peter Trottman, Peter Snchenberger, Frank Snchenberger, John Bicket, Matthew Shener, George Kintner?, John Johnson, William Richey, Tobias Daker, Dam Wickerham, Thomas Carrch, George Mafford, Nicholas Depue, Abraham Scott, Robert McClean, James Tomson, David Rearhear, ? Cald-will, unable to read 2 names.

19253-12-540-542-October 29, 1785: Duplicate filming. House of Dele-gates [of Virginia] resolution to pay Agnes May, who was administrator for Richard May, who had furnished supplies for Illinois Department. Ap-proved by Senate. Names: John Beckley, H. Brooke.

BOX 651-FOLDER 225

PAPERS-DECEMBER 1785

FRAMES #543-591

30 documents filmed on 48 frames.

19254-12-544-546-August 10, 1787: Abstract of provisions furnished by Micajah Mayfield for use of Illinois troops at Fort Nelson from October 4, 1782 to January 7, 1783. Reference to auditor, attorney, James Finn, George Walls and W. Finns Books made by J. Donne. Micajah Mayfield on December 14, 1785 nominated Daniel Brohead to receive pay for beef and venison.

19255-12-547-551-November 24, 1785: Duplicate filming. Extract from the minutes of November 24, 1785 Council [of Virginia]. Col. Campbell was at private or public sale to dispose of artillery, ordinance and military stores at Falls of Ohio for cash or military certificates bearing interest. Col. Campbell was to first make an offer of all or part of said stores to the agent or agents of Congress, who might want the stores for continental purposes provided the worth of the stores be allowed in the requisitions of Congress from the state [Virginia] for the year 1786. Names: ? Blair.

19256-12-552-555-No Date: Top document. Duplicate filming. Faded. Unable to read.

19257-12-552-555-No Date: Second document. Duplicate filming. Incom-plete. Faded. Reference to Governor Patrick Henry, Commander in chief of the Western Department, Deputy Commissary of stores at Kaskaskia.

19258-12-552-555-December 10, 1785: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Incomplete. Names: George Rogers Clark, Henry Crutcher.

19259-12-556-558-June 26, 1779: Top document. Duplicate filming. In-complete. Illinois Country, Col. Montgomery.

19260-12-556-558-December 9, 1785: Bottom document. Duplicate film-ing. Incomplete. Reference to Western Department, Deputy Commissary, Fort Clark. signed by George Rogers Clark on June 26, 1779.

19261-12-559-561-November 17, 1785: October 10, 1785 Bill of Exchange sent from Philadelphia, Penn. by ? to Treasurer of the state of Virginia for payment due John William Murray. Names: A. Blair, William and John Taylor, Alexander Jackson, Oliver Pollock, John Engle?, unable to read a name.

19262-12-562-563-December 20, 1785: Top document. Monongalia County Commissioners certified account of William Harrison owed Joseph McDowell. Names: John Evans, Charles Martin, William Haymond.

19263-12-562-563-November 16, 1785: Second document. John McDow-ell at Lexington on March 12, 1783 reported pay was due James McCon-nell, who made 3 canoes.

19264-12-564-565-December 17, 1785: Top document. Monongalia County Commissioners certified account of William Harrison owed Mordi-cai Kelley for work at the boat yard at the mouth of George Creek. Names: John Evans, Charles Martin, William Haymond.

19265-12-564-565-July 26, 1783: Second document. Monongalia County Commissioners certified account of William Harrison owed Christopher Wyant and Jacob Haymaker, Master Workman at boat yard at mouth of George Creek. Verso is dated April 17, 1781 at Pittsburgh, Penn. Names: John Evans, Charles Martin, William Haymond, Joseph Tannehere?

19266-12-564-565-December 17, 1785: Bottom document. Monongalia County Commissioners certified account of William Harrison owed Gilbert Simpson. Names: John Evans, Charles Martin, William Haymond.

19267-12-566-567-December 20, 1785: Top document. Capt. Benjamin Roberts certified December 21, 1781 that William Herin? was a soldier enlisted at Williamsburg, Virginia in 1779 and was discharged. Names: George Slaughter, Charles Jones.

19268-12-566-567-No Date: Second document. Faded. Unable to read.

19269-12-566-567-No Date: Third document. Faded. Names: Francis Ad-ams.

19270-12-566-567-No Date: Bottom document. Faded. Names: William Harrison, Hans Hamilton.

19271-12-568-569-No Date: Top document. Faded. Names: James Astur-gus.

19272-12-568-569-December 20, 1785: Second document. Faded. Names: Hans Hamilton.

19273-12-568-569-December 17, 1785: Bottom document. Monongalia County Commissioners on March 13, 1784 certified account of William Harrison owed settlement to Andrew Heth. Names: John Evans, Charles Martin, William Haymond.

19274-12-570-571-December 22, 1785: Top document. Monongalia County Commissioners on July 27, 1783 certified account of William Harrison owed settlement to Charles Wickliff for work at boat yard at the mouth of George Creek.

19274-12-570-571-December 22, 1785-Continued: Names: John Evans, Charles Martin, William Haymond.

19275-12-570-571-December 22, 1785: Second document. Monongalia County Commissioners on July 21, 1782 certified William Harrison ac-count owed settlement to Robert Wickliff for money advance for boat yard at mouth of George Creek.

19276-12-570-571-December 20, 1785: Bottom document. Monongalia County Commissioners on July 26, 1783 certified William Harrison ac-count owed settlement to Jacob Bowman for ferriage. Names: John Evans, Charles Martin, William Haymond.

19277-12-572-574-April 17, 1785: Top document. Duplicate filming. Monongalia County Commissioners certified on march 13, 1784 that Wil-liam Harrison account owed settlement to Jacob Haymaker. Names: John Evans, Charles Martin, William Haymond.

19278-12-572-575-No Date: Second document. Duplicate filming. Account of Oliver Pollock. Names: J. Pendleton.

19279-12-572-575-December 10, 1785: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Printed form for Auditors of Public Account, which certified 300 pounds currency was payable to Oliver Pollock January 1, 1784, with inter-est from January 1, 1783 agreeable to Resolution of Assembly passed De-cember 27, 1782. Dated January 7, 17??.

19280-12-576-581-November 24, 1785: Top document. Duplicate filming. Faded. Lincoln County certified

19280-12-576-581-November 24, 1785-Continued: William Stevens and Robert McGill served as spies.

19281-12-576-581-December 10, 1785: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Faded. Payment for Lieut. James Roberts.

19282-12-582-585-November 28, 1785: Duplicate filming. United State of America account with Peter Light for supplying rations from July 1780. Names: David Kennedy, James McGranahan, Charles Stuart, William Gettemy, Robert Allison, Hugh Bradey, Robert Watt?, John Rowan, Wil-liam Calvert, Simon Linn, David Lamb?, William Woods, Robert Redmon, Jeremiah Strode, Robert Williams, Abner Willis, William Kelley, Robert Jordan, Alexander Harper, Matthew Miller, Alexander Buchanan, David Gray, John Davis, Thomas Collins, William McGown, Samuel Miller, John Light, unable to read 1 name.

19283-12-586-588-? 1785: Incomplete. Reference to liquidating and pay-ing claims against the commonwealth for payment to Charles Gratiot, auditor and certificate. Signed at Richmond, [Virginia] by John Beckley. Bottom note written in Spanish by Fran Cavart?.

19284-12-589-591-July 10, 1783: Duplicate filming. Deposition concern-ing April 5, 1780 certificate issued by state of Virginia to Joseph Andres and assigned to Charles Gratoit, who made the deposition before Mayor John Beckley of Richmond, Virginia. Bottom note written in Spanish by Fran Cavart?

BOX 652-FOLDER 226

LETTERS-JANUARY-DECEMBER 1786

FRAMES #592-658

38 documents filmed on 66 frames.

19285-12-593-594-June 27, 1786: Letter of Christopher Greenup to Com-monwealth of Virginia. Reference to Virginia State Line and Navy, Su-preme Court for the District of Kentucky, plaintiffs Thomas Walker and Thomas Marshall and defendant George Rogers Clark, and court hearing courthouse in Danville, Lincoln County.

19286-12-595-598-September 8, 1786: Inventory of sundry artillery, ordi-nance and other military stores, the property of the state of Virginia, which were taken for use of the expedition under General [George Rogers] Clark at Fort Nelson on September 8, 1786. Items: picks, copper adze, 316 car-tridge boxes, 277 buff bayonet belts, 54 sword belts, 1 branding iron, 1 gun lock, 6 shot pouches, 2 bell collars, 1 bell, 2 bayonets, 1 pistol holder, 1 broken bayonet, 12 horse shoes, 2 ax slings, 1 drum shell, 63 cartridges, 47 bayonet scabbards, carriage ammunition boxes, grapeshot, 117 bomb shells, 1 grindstone, 2 padlocks, 380 round shots, bullet mould, 87 bayonets and scabbards,25 gun locks, 49 muskets, 29 rifles, 1 trunk, musket car-tridge paper, pistol, flints, powder horn, scales, brass weights, iron weights, balls, saddle, screw worms, ladle, port of fires, 39 royal case, 3 traveling magazines, powder, grenades. Note written at Louisville on September 5, 1786 and signed by John Clark and James Patton.

19287-12-599-July 14, 1780: Letter from John May.

19288-12-600-January 11, 1786: Letter from William Murray to Governor. Filed elsewhere.

19289-12-601-April 18, 1786: Letter from Samuel McDowell to Governor Henry. Filed and printed elsewhere.

19290-12-602-April 19, 1786: Letter from John May to Governor Henry. Filed and printed elsewhere.

19291-12-603-July 1786: Letters from Benjamin Logan to Governor. En-closed was "To the Inhabitants of Nelson, Lincoln." Filed and printed else-where.

19292-12-604-May 3, 1786: Letter of Jonathan Clark to Governor Henry. Filed elsewhere.

19293-12-605-June 22, 1786: Letter of Levi Todd to Governor Henry. Filed and printed elsewhere.

19294-12-606-June 25, 1786: Letter of Joseph Martin to Governor. Filed and printed elsewhere.

19295-12-607-July 12, 1786: Letter of Levi Todd to Governor Henry. Filed and printed elsewhere.

19296-12-608-July 14, 1786: Letter of John May to Governor. Filed and printed elsewhere.

19297-12-609-July 26, 1786: Letter of Walter Crockett to Governor Henry. Filed and printed elsewhere.

19298-12-610-August 29, 1786: Letter of Levi Todd to Governor Henry. Filed and printed elsewhere.

19299-12-611-September 10, 1786: Letter of Richard Anderson to M. Carrington. Filed and printed elsewhere.

19300-12-612-November 1, 1786: Petition of John and Mary Jacob. Filed and printed elsewhere.

19301-12-613-November 8, 1786: Causes for arrest of Lieut. Col. Hugh McGarry. Filed elsewhere.

19302-12-614-November 20, 1786: Letter of Levi Todd to Governor Henry. Filed and printed elsewhere.

19303-12-615-November 27, 1786: Letter of Joseph Crockett to Governor Henry. Filed and printed elsewhere.

19304-12-616-December 5, 1786: Letter of Robert Johnson to Governor Henry. Filed and printed elsewhere.

19305-12-617-December 7, 1786: Letter of Levi Todd to Governor. Filed and printed elsewhere.

19306-12-618-December 7, 1786: Letter of R. Patterson to Governor Henry. Filed and printed elsewhere.

19307-12-619-December 11, 1786: All data microfilmed refers to docu-ments filed and printed elsewhere. Letter of Ed Payne to Governor Henry. Depositions made on November 17, 28 and 29, 1786. Names: John Craig, Richard Young, Robert Johnson, Thomas Lewis, D. Payne, G. Shertage, F. Young, John Payne, William Jenkins, Mare Cleveland, Philip Easten, Matt Walker, Morgin Morgan.

19308-12-620-December 11, 1786: Letter to Governor Henry. Filed and printed elsewhere.

19309-12-621-December 19, 1786: Letter of Richard Terrill to Governor E. Randolph. Filed and printed elsewhere.

19310-12-622-October 15, 1786: Letter of B. Logan to Governor. Filed and printed elsewhere.

19311-12-623-December 17, 1786: Letter of B. Logan to Governor. Letter to Council. Letter to B. Logan from George Rogers Clark. Filed and printed elsewhere.

19312-12-624-December 22, 1786: Letter of T. Marshall and others to Governor. Filed elsewhere.

19313-12-625-December 26, 1786: Faded. Letter of T. Merriweather. Filed elsewhere. Unable to read rest of document.

19314-12-626-December 30, 1786: Letter of Benjamin Logan to Governor. Filed and printed elsewhere.

19315-12-627-635-June 28, 17??: Duplicate filming. Faded. Difficult to read. Appears to be document written by Thomas Merriweather. Names: Mr. Brohead, George Smith, Doctor Watkins, John Maye, Col. Gist.

19316-12-636-No Date: Top document. Incomplete. Reference to year of 1776, General Lee's proposition, books.

19317-12-636-No Date: Bottom document. Incomplete. Reference to bond.

19318-12-637-644-July 22, 1786: Duplicate filming. Deposition of Col. David Rogers. Nine questions were proposed to Thomas Chaffin. Refer-ence to expedition of David Rogers on behalf of Commonwealth of Vir-ginia to New Orleans. Questions concerned time leaving Monongalia: time spent in collecting men, provisions, ammunition and arms provisions; provisions purchased for the party by Col. Rogers; quantity of provisions; how long the party was in the commonwealth service; when the party was defeated in Ohio; number of men with Col. Rogers; accomplishment of business at New orleans for the advantage

19318-12-637-644-July 22, 1786-Continued: of the commonwealth. Chaf-fin answered the question on oath. Names: Hugh Laughlin.

19319-12-645-646-November 27, 1786: Top left document. Incomplete. Reference to Governor, Council, depositions, Lexington, Justice of Peace. Names: John Payne.

19320-12-645-646-November 27, 1786: Top right document. Incomplete. Reference to Justice of Peace, Governor, Fayette County. Names: Col. Levi Todd, Stephen Grimes.

19321-12-645-646-November 29, 1786: Bottom document. Incomplete. Reference to Mayor Hall, salt, guards, lead, Fayette County, deposition. Names: Thomas Young, John Craig, Richard Young, Zack Brooke, Daniel Payne, Robert Cohmon, ? Lewis.

19322-12-647-651-January 24, 1786: Duplicate filming. Letter of Peter Whiteside to Governor Edmund Randolph concerning Simon Nathan's affairs with the state of Virginia. Names: William Alexander of Richmond, Virginia.

19323-12-652-655-December 19, 1786: Duplicate filming. order of Coun-cil [of Virginia] reporting money advance to Col. David Rogers. Extract from minutes of Council in reference to Col. David Rogers expedition to New Orleans about January 14, 1778. Names: A. Blair.

19324-12-656-658-December 8, 1786: Reference to Jefferson County Justice of Peace and deposition made by William Pope, Benjamin Pope, John Todd, Henry Hogland, Henry

19324-12-656-658-December 8, 1786-Continued: Floyd, who were called upon by Richard Chinoweth and Col. George Slaughter, who had employed the said Chinoweth to build a fort. Reference to cost for fort and September 6, 1781. Signed by Richard Taylor.

BOX 652-FOLDER 227

VOUCHERS-1786

FRAMES #659-762

67 documents filmed on 103 frames.

19325-12-660-661-July 5, 1786: John Rogers certified that when he went to the Illinois Country in 1780 that Andre Rey was acting in the capacity of surgeon for the troops and in November of 1781 went on Col. Labatrun? expedition and was made prisoner.

19326-12-662-663-January 20, 1786: Payment of Oliver Pollock's claims.

19327-12-664-665-January 14, 1786: Resolution of [Virginia] Council to pay claims of Oliver Pollock. Auditor directed to issue warrants. Names: Thomas Plunket, Richard Chadwill, A Blair.

19328-12-666-667-January 20, 1786: Top document. Pay for infantry sol-dier Dennis Cochran of Illinois Regiment from February 16, 1780 to De-cember 31, 1785. Verso listed Christopher Greenup from Kentucky.

19329-12-666-667-February 25, 1783: Bottom document. John McDowell at New Holland certified payment was due George Grundy for services for a soldier.

19330-12-668-670-January 24, 1786: Duplicate filming. Reference to pay for Lieut. Thomas Wilson. Names: Lieut. Col. John Montgomery, John Cowan, Charles Jones, unable to read a name.

19331-12-671-674-March 16, 1784: Top document. Duplicate filming. John Montgomery certified Dennis Cochran served as a soldier in the Illi-nois Regiment from February 14, 1780 to March 16, 1784. Names: Martin Carney.

19332-12-671-674-January 25, 1786: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Names: Benjamin Chadwell.

19333-12-675-676-January 20, 1780: Top document. Pay for Daniel Wil-liams, who served as a soldier from May 3, 1779 to October 25, 1785. Verso listed Christopher Greenup of Kentucky.

19334-12-675-676-January 19, 1786: Bottom document. House of Dele-gates [of Virginia] resolved several liquidation claims with interest should be paid. Names: Rene Rapicault, Elie Fouland Bourgard, Mark Nephew, Thomas Beckley, John Beckley, ? Brooke.

19335-12-677-678-No Date: List of debts paid by the state of Virginia for foreign creditors, who supplied military stores and clothing for the army and for supplies furnished the Illinois Department. Names: Monsieur Beaumasehais, Penote de Costa, Monsieur Chamont, Daniel Clarke, Oliver Pollock, ? Chadwell, ? Plunket, Rene Rapicault, Fountant Bourgard, Tho-mas Bentley, Simon Nathan, William Murray, Doctor Conard, Mark Nephew, unable to read 2 names.

19336-12-679-January 25, 1786: Top document. ? Crumpton certified Private Daniel Williams served as a soldier in Capt. Chapman company of the Western Battalion and was entitled to depreciation of his pay from May 3, 1779 to October 21, 1781.

19337-12-679-January 26, 1786: Second document. Payment for white cloth, flannel, buttons and thread. Names: Lieut. Thomas Wilson, Isaac Mordecai.

19338-12-679-January 25, 1786: Bottom document. ? Crumpton certified Private Valentine Nicholas served as a soldier in Capt. Chapman company of the Western Battalion and was entitled to depreciation of his pay from May 3, 1779 to December 21, 1781.

19339-12-680-681-January 26, 1786: Top document. Pay for soldier [Pri-vate] Valentine Nicholas from May 3, 1797 to December 21, 1785. Verso listed Christopher Greenup of Kentucky.

19340-12-680-681-January 22, 1786: Bottom document. March 5, 1785 Bill of Exchange sent from Havana by Oliver Pollock to Governor Patrick Henry at Richmond in the Commonwealth of Virginia for payment due Benjamin Chadwill. Governor Patrick Henry accepted January 22, 1786 and approved payment with interest from the Foreign Fund.

19341-12-682-685-February 7, 1786: Top document. Duplicate filming. Thomas Merriweather certified Capt. Richard Brashear was entitled to pay for the month of December of 1781.

19342-12-682-685-February 9, 1786: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Incomplete. Reference to May 1785. Pay for Michael Perault. Names: Major Crogham.

19343-12-686-687-Incomplete. State of Virginia account for Capt. Michael Perault of the Illinois Regiment. Entry dates from October 1781 to June 1782. for pay. Names: Thomas Merriweather.

19344-12-688-691-February 8, 1786: Duplicate filming. Captain Abraham Chapline's account for pay and clothing from June 1779 to April 1785. Clothing consisted of a coat, 2 pairs of shoes, 3 cotton shirts, 5 yards of duck cloth, 2 pairs of [stockings], blanket. Names: Capt. Helm, Capt. James Bowman, Capt. Abraham Kellar, Daniel Brohead, John Cowan, Major Crogham.

19345-12-692-695-February 7, 1786: Duplicate filming. Faded. Difficult to read. State of Virginia account of Capt. Robert Todd. Entries from 1778 to December of 1781. Items: blankets, metal buttons, broad cloth. Names: Thomas Merriweather, Major Crogham.

19346-12-696-697-March 1786: Top document. State of Virginia account with John Guthridge? Reference to horses impressed by George Rogers Clark in Ohio County. Names: David McClure, David Bradford, David Shepherd, George McCullock.

19347-12-696-697-April 29, 1786: Bottom document. Incomplete. Names: Israel Newland, John Vaughan, Levi Theel.

19348-12-698-701-April 29, 1786: Top document. Duplicate filming. Jef-ferson County Board of Commissioners reported bounty money was due to John Vaughan and Levi Theel for enlistment in Illinois Battalion. Names: William Fleming, Thomas Marshall, Caleb Wallace, Israel Newland.

19349-12-698-701-May 18, 1786: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Capt. Matthew Arbuckle certified John Kelly had faithfully served 2 years as a soldier in the 12th Virginia Regiment and had always proved himself as a good soldier and was discharged October 8, 1778. John Kelley made oath before Franklin County justice of peace that his discharge was agree-able to the above written. Unable to read name.

19350-12-702-703-May 5, 1786: Top document. Faded. Names: Capt. Benjamin Biggs, Israel Shepherd, John Guthridge.

19351-12-702-703-January 22, 1786: Bottom document. Reference to Council of Virginia and signed by Governor Patrick Henry. Names: Wil-liam Hartshorne, Michael Alexandria, Thomas Plunket, John F. Steutt, William Hartshorne.

19352-12-704-707-May 5, 1786: Duplicate filming. Ohio County Board of Commissioners reported Benjamin Biggs was due payment for supplying 360 rations for spies in Ohio County. Names: David Shepherd, David McClure, Richard Yeats.

19353-12-708-709-June 23, 1785: Rank and file list of rations issued for march up the Illinois River from June 18 to June 23, 1785 for companies of Capt. [Richard] Brashear, Capt. Rogers, Capt. Williams, Capt. [John]

19353-12-708-709-June 23, 1785-Continued: Bailey, Capt. [Abraham] Kellar, Capt. McGee, Capt. Harrison, Capt. [Richard] McCarty, indians and Field Staff. Names: Lieut. Col. John Montgomery.

19354-12-710-713-July 28, 1786: Top document. Duplicate filming. Pay for Frederick Sowar or Sower service as a soldier from August 16, 1779 to December 21, 1781.

19355-12-710-713-July 10, 1786: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Faded. Discharge of Frederick Sower. Names: John Anderson, Thomas Merriweather, unable to read 1 name.

19356-12-714-717-July 24, 1786: Top document. Duplicate filming. James Shearer order to auditor to deliver his certificate to Thomas Smith. Names: John Basketville.

19357-12-714-717-July 28, 1786: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Faded. Pay due James Shearer for service as soldier in infantry from 1779 to 1780.

19358-12-718-719-April 17, 1786: Top document. James ? certified John Shearer of Culpeper County enlisted about September 15 or 20, 1779 and marched to the west with Col. George Slaughter. Names: Thomas Merri-weather.

19359-12-718-719-June 19, 1780: Bottom document. Robert Green made oat at the Culpeper County court that James Shearer was father to John Shearer, who died in the army. Names: John Jameson.

19360-12-720-723-July 7, 1786: Duplicate filming. Commonwealth of Virginia account with Surgeon Andre Rey from October 15, 1778 to No-vember 15, 1781.

19361-12-724-727-July 7, 1786: Top document. Duplicate filming. Tho-mas Merriweather certified pay due Surgeon Andre Rey, who was in George Rogers Clark regiment.

19362-12-724-727-No Date: Second document. Duplicate filming. Faded. Names: Frederick Sower. Unable to read other names.

19363-12-724-727-August 30, 1786: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Monongalia County Board of Commissioners certified account of William Harrison owed Charles Wickliff for the estate of Robert Wickliff. Names: John Evans, William Haymond, Charles Martin.

19364-12-728-731-August 25, 1786: Top document. Duplicate filming. Faded. Reference to land certificates and warrants. Names: Joseph Strothers, Brion Wallace.

19365-12-728-731-July 2, 1786: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Unable to read.

19366-12-732-733-July 2, 1778: Top document. Reference to discharge. Unable to read names.

19367-12-732-733-September 1, 1786: Bottom document. Names: James Corder, John Rogers.

19368-12-734-735-October 4, 1785: Top document. James Geardon? order to issue his certificates to Capt. John Morgan. Names: James Somersville.

19369-12-734-735-May 6, 1783: Bottom document. Appraisement of horse for use of artillery on expedition. Names: Will Oldham, Peter Coleman, Philoman Waters, James Sullivan, unable to read 2 names.

19370-12-736-737-March 27, 1783: Top document. Payment due Ann Harrison. Names: John McDowell.

19371-12-736-737-January 5, 1781: Second document. Faded. Unable to read.

19372-12-736-737-March 27, 1783: Bottom document. Payment for flour due Thomas Harrison. Names: John McDowell.

19373-12-738-739-October 20, 1786: Top document. Names: Philoman Water, Chris Renner?

19374-12-738-739-October 20, 1786: Bottom document. Names: John Askins, unable to read 1 name.

19375-12-740-741-No Date: Top left document. Faded. Names: Daniel Brohead.

19376-12-740-741-No Date: Top right document. Unable to read.

19377-12-742-745-June 18, 1785: Top document. Duplicate filming. Ser-geant William Curry order to auditor to give his pay to Daniel Brohead. Names: John Smith, R. Worthington.

19378-12-742-745-July 1786: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Refer-ence to Kentucky County. Names: Willis Green.

19379-12-746-747-June 18, 1785: Top document. Capt. Robert Worthing-ton certified Sergeant William Crump served 3 years in the Illinois Regi-ment. Names: Thomas Merriweather.

19380-12-746-747-October 12, 1786: Bottom document. Names: William Cavendish, James Wilkerson, Capt. Renrick, William Renrick, unable to read a name.

19381-12-748-749-October 12, 1786: Top document. Names: John McFer-rin?, William Renrick.

19382-12-748-749-June 20, 1783: Second document. Payment due David Duncan of Richmond, Virginia for army use of his pasture. Names: James Lyley.

19383-12-748-749-July 30, 1784: Bottom document. Certification that David Duncan's pasture was

19383-12-748-749-July 30, 1784-Continued: used for army horses. Names: George Rogers Clark, unable to read 1 name.

19384-12-750-751-No Date: Top document. Faded. Unable to read.

19385-12-750-751-No Date: Bottom document. Faded. Unable to read.

19386-12-752-753-December 12, 1786: Top document. Pay for Edward Taylor, who served in the infantry. Names: Daniel Brohead.

19387-12-752-753-February 3, 1786: Bottom document. Turner Oliver, administrator for the estate of his brother Lewis Oliver, authorized Daniel Brohead Jr. to settle the wages for the service of Lewis Oliver. Names: Joseph Calvit, Thomas Merriweather.

19388-12-754-755-December 22, 1786: Appraisement of Alexander Mont-gomery's horse, which was impressed for public service in June of 1778. Employment of Col. Benjamin Logan and James Harrod and their horses. Names: Willis Green.

19389-12-756-758-December 22, 1786: Proof given that horse of Archibald McKenny and horse of Benjamin Briggs were used in public service in April of 1778. Names: Willis Green.

19390-12-759-760-1786: Top document. Payment due Mr. [Oliver] Pollock from the Foreign Fund. Names: George Rogers Clark.

19391-12-759-760-July 26, 1783: Bottom document. Names: William Harrison, John Evans, Charles Martin, William Haymond, Henry Barney?

19392-12-761-762-December 22, 1786: Appraisement of Benjamin Logan's steer, which was killed for use of the Illinois Regiment. Names: Willis Green.

BOX 652-FOLDER 228

PAPERS-JANUARY-JUNE-1787

FRAMES #763-840

32 documents filmed on 77 frames.

19393-12-764-765-January 7, 1787: Petition of Hannah Crawford that her husband Col. William Crawford was killed in an expedition against the indians. She requested a pension, which was allowed widows of officers of equal rank. Names: John Beckley, H. Brooke.

19394-12-766-769-February 28, 1787: Duplicate filming. Proclamation of Governor Edmund Randolph of the Commonwealth of Virginia. Faded. Reference to George Rogers Clark, Catholic Majesty.

19395-12-770-771-July 31, 1781: Capt. Benjamin Roberts certified John Fever or Favor was received from Capt. John Rogers company of Light Dragoons on April 12, 1780 and served in his company of George Slaugh-ters Corps until July 21, 1781. The auditor was instructed to give certificate for pay to

19395-12-770-771-July 31, 1781-Continued: Daniel Brohead Jr. Names: Thomas Merriweather.

19396-12-772-January 1, 1787: Letter of J. Wood to Governor. Filed and printed elsewhere.

19397-12-773-January 5, 1787: Letter of L. Wood to Governor. Filed else-where.

19398-12-774-February 16, 1787: Letter of A. Campbell to Governor. Enclosed was "a copy of a letter from a gentleman at the Falls of Ohio to his friend in New England dated December 4, 1786." Filed and printed elsewhere.

19399-12-775-April 30, 1787: Letter from Levi Todd to Governor. Filed and printed elsewhere.

19400-12-776-May 7, 1787: Letter from L. Wood to Governor. Names: Mr. Nathan. Filed elsewhere.

19401-12-777-May 7, 1787: Letter from L. Wood to Lieut. Governor. Foreign claims-1787. Filed and printed elsewhere.

19402-12-778-May 17, 1787: Letter from John Jouitt to Governor. Filed and printed elsewhere.

19403-12-779-May 19, 1787: Letter from L. Wood to Lieut. Governor B. Randolph. Statement respecting Mr. Nathan's account signed by Pierce, Heth & Heulty. Filed elsewhere.

19404-12-780-June 25, 1787: Letter from John Pierce to Governor. Oliver Pollock's account. Filed and printed elsewhere.

19405-12-781-782-July 16, 1787: Report of Levi Todd for Fayette County Court meeting May 8, 1787. County was divided into districts. Names: Robert Patterson, John Craig, Eli Cleveland, William Henderson, Robert Johnson, William McConnell, James Trottier, Thomas Lewis, William Campbell, John Watkins, Richard Young.

19406-12-783-784-June 18, 1787: Benjamin Pope and Henry Floyd made oath to a justice of peace of Nelson that they together with William Pope, John Todd, Henry Hoghland and William Oldham were called upon by Richard Chinoweth, who had been employed by Col. George Slaughter, to build a fort at Louisville. Meeting held September 6, 1781 to award build-ing the fort. Reference to depreciation of money. Names: James Baine.

19407-12-785-788-January 2, 1787: Top document. Duplicate filming. Extract from minutes of [Virginia] Council concerning account of Mr. Terrell. Names: A. Blair.

19408-12-785-788-February 21, 1787: Bottom document. Faded. Refer-ence to a soldier not deserting but being a prisoner in Canada. Names: Thomas Merriweather, ? Armstrong, unable to read 2 names.

19409-12-789-790-January 13, 1787: Resolution of General Assembly [of Virginia] to pay account of Simon Nathan. Names: John Marshall, A. Blair.

19410-12-791-794-May 24, 1787: Duplicate filming. Council of Virginia order to pay account of Capt. John Rogers. Names: Beverly Randolph.

19411-12-795-March 10, 1787: Extract from minutes of Council of Vir-ginia to settle account. Names: Col. Heth, A. Blair.

19412-12-796-799-January 15, 1787: Duplicate filming. Extract from journal of Virginia Council. Reference to account of Monsieur DeBeau-marchais and tobacco. Names: A. Blair.

19413-12-800-820-August 1, 1786: Account of sales of public stores at Fort Nelson. Many items listed more than once. Items: muskets, bayonets, belts, lock chain, mattocks, ax, bridle bits, ax, spades, cruppers, stirrup irons, hand saw, picks, swords, whip saw, hammers, cooper tools.

19414-12-821-822-January 10, 1787: Abstract of Simon Nathan account against the Commonwealth of Virginia as allowed by the Assembly. Names: ? Heitman.

19415-12-823-824-May 7, 1787: Top document. Monsieur DeBeaumar-chais tobacco claim. Names: L. Woods.

19416-12-823-824-February 6, 1787: Bottom document. John McDowell reported at New Holland that payment was due James Asturgus for 53 days as Head Artificer in building the galley at Falls of Ohio.

19417-12-825-828-January 10, 1787: Top document. Duplicate filming. Faded. Virginia House of Delegates resolved claims of Simon Nathan. Names: John Beckley.

19418-12-825-828-January 16, 1787: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Thomas Merriweather certified that Andrew Rey was entitled to deprecia-tion of pay as surgeon in George Rogers Clark Regiment from August 15, 1778 to December 21, 1781.

19419-12-829-830-October 13, 17??: Left document. Incomplete. Bill of exchange sent from Falls of Ohio to Treasurer of Virginia for payment due Alexander Craig.

19420-12-829-830-No Date: Right document. Faded. Pay for soldier John ?. Names: Daniel Brohead.

19421-12-831-832-June 16, 1787: Sundries delivered to Martin Carney from the commercial agent stores in Richmond, Virginia for use of George Rogers Clark troops in the Illinois Department. Items: shirts, overalls, stockings, coats, wafers, shoe thread, blankets, ink powder, writing paper, duck cloth, cordage, sail twine, sail needles. Names: ? Heitman.

19422-12-833-836-March 28, 1783: Top document. Duplicate filming. John McDowell reported payment due Edward Tyler or Taylor.

19423-12-833-836-No Date: Second document. Duplicate filming. Capt. James Sullivan appointed as Horse Master for George Rogers Clark expe-dition against the Shawnee Indians in 1780. Names: William Fleming, Thomas Marshall.

19424-12-833-836-June 20, 1783: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Richmond, Virginia report that payment was due Capt. Isaac Craig. Refer-ence to Bill of Exchange issued by George Rogers Clark. names: James Lyley.

19425-12-837-840-February 3, 1787: Duplicate filming. James Sullivan authorized settlement of his account to Daniel Brohead Jr.

BOX 652-FOLDER 229

PAPERS-JULY-DECEMBER 1787

FRAMES #841-863

14 documents filmed on 22 frames.

19426-12-842-July 11, 1787: Letter of L. Wood to Lieut. Governor B. Randolph. Reference to George Rogers Clark account 1782-1787. Filed elsewhere.

19427-12-843-July 21, 1787: Letter of Harry Innes to Governor Edward Randolph. Filed and printed elsewhere.

19428-12-844-August 1, 1787: Letter of L. Wood to Lieut. Governor B. Randolph. filed elsewhere.

19429-12-845-August 10, 1787: Letter of S. Blair to William Heth. Filed and printed elsewhere.

19430-12-846-August 11, 1787: Letter of L. Wood to Lieut. Governor B. Randolph. Claim of Mark Nephew and Company against Virginia. Filed and printed elsewhere.

19431-12-847-September 22, 1787: Letter of B. Logan to Governor. Filed and printed elsewhere.

19432-12-848-October 12, 1787: Letter of David Henley to Governor. Filed elsewhere.

19433-12-849-? [1787]: Committee report respecting George Rogers Clark's seizure of Spanish property. Filed elsewhere.

19434-12-850-October 26, 1787: Letter of Arthur Campbell to Governor. Filed and printed elsewhere.

19435-12-851-852-August 10, 1787: Top document. Jefferson County Court. Reference to beef supplied for Illinois troops. Names: Alexander Breckenridge, Samuel Oldham, Richard Eastin, Will Johnston.

19436-12-851-852-October 18, 1787: Bottom document. Reference to Foreign Fund. Names: Daniel Clarke, James Wilkinson, John May, unable to read 1 name.

19437-12-853-854-November 10, 1787: Auditor's Office. Reference to 1781 and [Simon] Nathan's account. Names: Unable to read.

19438-12-855-857-December 5, 1787: Faded. Reference to claims of Dan-iel Clarke. Names: James Wilkinson, John Pendleton, unable to read 1 name.

19439-12-858-860-July 4, 1787: Account of Daniel Clarke at New Orleans. Names: Foster Webb, George Rogers Clark, James Wilkinson.

19440-12-861-863-July 7, 1787: Letter to Edmund Randolph from ? Arm-stead concerning account of Simon Nathan.

BOX 653-FOLDER 230

PAPERS-1788

FRAMES #864-900

16 documents filmed on 36 frames.

19441-12-865-866-September 1, 1785: William Whitehead power of attor-ney given to Daniel Brohead Jr. to settle his wages as a soldier. Names: ? Simpson, John Donne, James Stalder?.

19442-12-867-869-November 27, 1788: Lieut. Valentine Thomas Dalton power of attorney given to Daniel Brohead Jr. to settle and claim debts due for service. Names: George Wilson, John Donne.

19443-12-870-January 4, 1780: Letter of Thomas Underwood to Governor. Filed and printed elsewhere.

19444-12-871-[1788]: Letter of Benjamin Logan to Governor Edmund Randolph. Filed and printed elsewhere.

19445-12-872-November 13, 1788: Letter of George Muter, Thomas Mar-shall et al regarding Croghan's appointment as surveyor in George Rogers Clark place. Filed and printed elsewhere.

19446-12-873-[1788]: Letter of B. Logan to Governor. Filed and printed elsewhere.

19447-12-874-875-No Date: Top document. J. Beckley presented com-plaint of Lester Wood. Names: Mr. Webb, Col. Heth.

19448-12-874-875-November 6, 1788: Bottom document. Order of Council to concerning Western expenses? of Col. Hits?

19449-12-876-November 6, 1788: Reference to enclosed bills of Oliver Pollock. Names: A. Blair.

19450-12-877-881-August 21, 1788: List of sundry bills drawn by William Shannon and John Montgomery in favor of sundry persons in the Illinois Country in the hands of John Beckley, agent for the executors of Joseph Chalon, deceased.

Entries began July 10, 1779. Names: Gabriel Peree, Treasurer of Virginia, Fort Patrick Henry, Francis Bosseron, Kaskaskia, Monsieur Dupree, Leon-ard Helm, Andrew Rey.

19451-12-882-885-July 4, 1788: Duplicate filming. Order to [Virginia] Council for bills held by John Beckley for Joseph Chalon, who supplied items for troops. Names: L. Wood.

19452-12-886-887-June 19, 1788: Extract from minute of [Virginia] coun-cil for sundry bills drawn by William Shannon on the Treasurer of Virginia. Names: Samuel Coleman.

19453-12-888-892-January 7, 1788; Duplicate filming. Foreign claims against Virginia. Names: Monsieur DeBeaumarchais, Rene Rapicault, Elio Fountant Bourgard, Mark Nephew, Benjamin Chadwell, Oliver Pollock, Thomas Plunket, Thomas Bentley, William Murray, Daniel Clarke, Louis A. Damboy?. Reference to tobacco claims.

19454-12-893-894-[1788]: Top document. Oath made in Nelson County by Joseph Sanders. Reference to purchasing of horses in April or May of 1781 by Benjamin Roberts, inhabitants of Kentucky, indians and Fort Jefferson. Names: John Dodge, James Bains, Isaac Madison.

19455-12-893-894-[1788]: Bottom document. Oath made in Nelson County by Rice Curtis on September 4, 1788. Reference to purchasing of horses in April or May of 1781 by Benjamin Roberts, inhabitants of district of Kentucky, indians and Fort Jefferson. Names: John Dodge, James Bains, Isaac Madison.

19456-12-895-898-December 8 1788: Duplicate filming. List of bills drawn by William Shannon in favor of Mr. Applegate and George Rogers Clark. Names: Oliver Pollock, ? Clay, A. Blair.

19457-12-899-900-January 11, 1788: Extract from minutes of [Virginia] Council concerning letter from William Alexander, who was an agent for Peter Whitesides and bill of exchange drawn in favor of Simon Nathan. Names: A. Blair.

BOX 653-FOLDER 231

PAPERS-1789

FRAMES #901-917

10 documents filmed on 16 frames.

19458-12-902-903-February 23, 1789: Extract from February 23, 1789 minutes of [Virginia] Council. Reference to Col. Merriweather's account for arms and military stores, defense of Western Territory and inhabitants. Names: A. Blair.

19459-12-904-November 3, 1789: Letter of William Davis to Governor. Filed and printed elsewhere.

19460-12-905-907-August 5, 1789: Governor [of Virginia] presented to board of council protested bill

19460-12-905-907-August 5, 1789-Continued: of exchange drawn by Oliver Pollock on June 17, 1780 on Penet Dacosta. Auditor was directed to issue a warrant for part of the bill of exchange from the Foreign Fund. Names: A. Blair.

19461-12-908-909-June 13, 1789: Top document. Richard Gernon order to auditor to deliver a warrant for Oliver Pollock to Joseph Paine?

19462-12-908-909-No Date: Bottom document. Total of warrants to be issued to Oliver Pollock.

19463-12-910-913-July 2 1789: Top document. Duplicate filming. Warrant issued to Oliver Pollock. Names: Richard Gernon, John Gernon.

19464-12-910-913-June 20, 1789: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Warrant issued from Foreign Fund to E. B. Clay? Names: Richard Gernon.

19465-12-914-915-June 11, 1789: Top document. Warrant issued. Names: P. Southall, Oliver Pollock, Richard Gernon.

19466-12-914-915-June 11, 1789: Bottom document. Faded. Names: Rich-ard Gernon, unable to read 1 name.

19467-12-916-917-June 10, 1789: Top document. Warrant issued for For-eign credit. Names: Richard Gernon, Philip Southall, Oliver Pollock.

19468-12-916-917-April 6, 1789: Bottom document. Richard Gernon di-rected money be issued to Charles Lee for Oliver Pollock.

BOX 653-FOLDER 232

PAPERS-1790

FRAMES #918-959

12 documents filmed on 41 frames.

19469-12-919-926-November 12, 1790: Duplicate filming. Commonwealth of Virginia account with George May. First entry December of 1780. Ref-erence to surveyor of Kentucky County. Names: John Floyd.

19470-12-927-931-May 27, 1790: Duplicate filming. Governor presented bill of exchange to Council [of Virginia] concerning Oliver Pollock and Penett Decosta. Names: Beverly Randolph.

19471-12-932-935-June 29, 1790: Top document. Duplicate filming. For-eign warrant issued. Names: Richard Smith, Oliver Pollock, Richard Ger-non, John Pendleton.

19472-12-932-935-May 27, 1790: Second document. Duplicate filming. Foreign warrant issued. Names: George Plunket, Oliver Pollock, John Pendleton, Richard Gernon.

19473-12-932-935-May 31, 1790: Third document. Duplicate filming. Auditor at Richmond, Virginia instructed to issue warrant from Foreign Fund in name of Oliver Pollock to Richard Smith. Names: Richard Gernon, John Pendleton.

19474-12-936-937-June 19, 1789: Meeting of General Court of Virginia at Richmond. Commonwealth of Virginia judgement against Luther Stodard. Reference to goods imported from New York. Names: Elias Townsend, Edmund Randolph, J. Brown?.

19475-12-938 -February 12, 1790: Letter from Edmund Randolph to Gov-ernor. Filed and printed elsewhere.

19476-12-939-February 7, 1790: Letter from Edmund Randolph to [Presi-dent George Washington]. Copy. Filed and printed elsewhere.

19477-12-940-952-April 10, 1790: Top document. Duplicate filing. John Reid's proof of service and payroll. September 9, 1784.

19478-12-940-952: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Document in fragments. Reference to thread and white cloth as well as account for John Reid service as an ensign from January 1779 to February 27, 1784.

19479-12-953-954-December 28, 1790: Faded. Letter to John Briggs, Council Chamber, Richmond, Virginia. Names: Capt. Coleman, A. Blair.

19480-12-955-957-December 13, 1790: Statement of sundry bills in the hands of Oliver Pollock and due him by the state of Virginia. Items: cadet saddle. Names: Jim Bogh.

19481-12-958-959-December 14, 1790: Bills of Oliver Pollock presented to Council of Virginia. Names: A. Blair.

BOX 653-FOLDER 233

PAPERS-1791

FRAMES #960-1003

18 documents filmed on 43 frames.

19482-12-961-964-June 18, 1791: Incomplete. Joseph Andre supplied 12 bottles of taffia at Fort Patrick Henry on May 20, 1780. Names: Valentine Thomas Dalton, Charles Gratoit, Piere Mallet.

19483-12-965-970-November 5, 1791: Duplicate filming. Bill of Exchange issued from Fort Patrick Henry in the Illinois August 11, 1779 for payment to Joseph Anderson, who had gone on express from Kaskaskia to Ken-tucky. Names: William Shannon, Leonard Helm, Pierre Mallet, John Beckley, Commonwealth of Virginia, Fran Caurat?

19484-12-971-972-October 15, 1791: Governor of Virginia presented Bills of Exchange to Council. Names: William Shannon, Beverly Randolph, John Girault.

19485-12-973-974-December 22, 1791: Top document. Richmond, Vir-ginia order to Col. Daniel Boone to deliver powder and flints to Hardy County and Morgan Town.

19486-12-973-974-December 1, 1791: Bottom document. Warrant issued at Richmond, Virginia to ? Smythe. Names: Oliver Pollock.

19487-12-975-980-December 13, 1791: Top document. Duplicate filming. Order from Philadelphia to pay $2,000 to Richard Smith. Names: John Pendleton, Oliver Pollock.

19488-12-975-980-August 3, 1791: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Order from Philadelphia to pay $1,000 to Richard Smith. Names: John Pendleton, Oliver Pollock.

19489-12-981-982-August 17, 1791: Top document. Names: Oliver Pol-lock, Richard Smith, Mr. Harrison, John Pendleton.

19490-12-981-982-August 23, 1791: Second document. Names: Thomas Merriweather, Richard Smith, John Pendleton.

19491-12-981-982-August 4, 1791: Bottom document. Names: Mr. Paine, Richard Smith, John Pendleton.

19492-12-983-984-March 27, 1791: Top document. Payment to Oliver Pollock. Names: Richard Smith, John Pendleton.

19493-12-983-984-August 27, 1791: Bottom document. Payment to Oliver Pollock from then Foreign Fund.

19493-12-983-984-August 27, 1791-Continued: Names: Richard Smith, John Pendleton.

19494-12-985-986-July 26, 1791: Auditor reported status of bills paid to Oliver Pollock.

19495-12-987-990-[1791]: Duplicate filming. French language printed form with handwritten added where needed. Names Oliver Pollock, John Casbarto.

19496-12-991-992-May 28, 1791: Richard Gernon memo from Philadel-phia, Penn. to auditor John Pendleton concerning warrants for Oliver Pol-lock.

19497-12-993-995-June 7, 1791: Thomas Quirk of Montgomery County, Virginia appointed William Claibone to serve as attorney to handle claims with auditor John Pendleton. Names: John W. Wells, ? Drew, Edward Davis, Thomas ?.

19498-12-996-998-July 15, 1791: Oliver Pollock order to auditor John Pendleton to pay $3000 of his warrant to Monsieur Lott and Higby.

19499-12-999-July 7, 1791: Faded. Names: Thomas Quirk, William Clai-bone.

19500-12-1000-1003-February 7, 1791: Duplicate filming. Governor pre-sented bills Council of Virginia. Payment due Oliver Pollock. Names: A. Blair, John Pendleton.

BOX 653-FOLDER 234

PAPERS-1792

FRAMES #1004-1009

1 documents filmed on 5 frames.

19501-12-1005-1009 [1792]: Duplicate filming. Faded. Unable to read

BOX 653-FOLDER 235

PAPERS-1793

FRAMES #1009-1013

3 documents filmed on 5 frames.

19502-12-1010-1011-October 4, 1793: Top document. Thomas Coleon? order to pay Reuben Brook. Names: George Stubblefield.

19503-12-1010-1011-August 10, 1793: Bottom document. Will Routt supplied pay roll of Capt. John Byrd company of Bourbon County along with power of attorney. Names: John Montgomery.

19504-12-1012-1013-January 1, 1793: Accounting for Capt. John Rogers and Samuel Thormon? Names: Michael Oharron, David Russell.

BOX 653-FOLDER 236

PAPERS-1794

FRAMES #1014-1019

2 documents filmed on 6 frames.

19505-12-1014-1019-October 14, 1794: Top document. Duplicate filming. Major Lucas delivered his wagon

19505-12-1014-1019-October 14, 1794-Continued: for use in Brunswick County by militia for an expedition to Fort Pitt. Appraisement of wagon and horse. Names: Zebulon Lewis, Benjamin Boyle, Simon Shell, Edward Burchett.

19506-12-1014-1019-September 14, 1794: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Faded. Reference to Nathan Lucas and use of his wagon and horse against the insurgents of Pennsylvania, and 3 freeholders. Names: Edward Burchett.

BOX 653-FOLDER 237

PAPERS-1795

FRAMES #1020-1032

2 documents filmed on 13 frames.

19507-12-1021-1024-October 16, 1795: Duplicate filming. Faded. Refer-ence to court martial in Brunswick County. Reference to wagon and team of horses of Nathaniel Lucas. Names: Edward Burchett.

19508-12-1025-1032-May 27, 1795: Duplicate filming. Document sent to Mr. Moody and Mr. Rice at Richmond, Virginia. Reference to tobacco, flour, beef, molasses, sugar and lawyer. Unable to read 2 names.

BOX 654-FOLDER 238

ACCOUNTS-NO DATE

FRAMES #1033-1052

3 documents filmed on 19 frames.

19509-12-1034-No Date: General [George Rogers] Clark account for which no vouchers were produced. Numbers for missing vouchers. No details for voucher.

19510-12-1035-1044-No Date: Entries in General [George Rogers] Clark account for which vouchers appeared. Vouchers listed by numbers from 3-288. Pages are not in order by voucher numbers. Reference to: flour, ferri-age, hoops, taffia, gun powder, payroll, tobacco, recruiting, horses, provi-sions, indians, corn, blacksmith, bells, lead, boats, express, boat anchor, making flags, beef, Kentucky Volunteers, hospital, Fort Clark, treasurer, whiskey, troops, paper, Falls of Ohio, Fort Pitt, Philadelphia, Kaskaskia, rifle, rum, treaty, shirts, wood, tallow, Fort Vincent, repairing of barracks, stockings, soldiers, shoes, iron, wounded soldiers. Names: Capt. Leonard Helm, John Murray, John Sandors, Charles Charleville, Capt. John Wil-liams, Capt. Richard McCarty, Lieut. Perault, Major Joseph Bowman, Francis Charleville, Lieut. John Bailey, Monsieur Anthony Gamelon, Capt. John Montgomery, Charles Casron?, Thomas Brady, P. Lacroix, William Barbeneux, Moses Henry, Monsieur LeGras, Charles Amoneaux, John Gilbert, Francis Bosseron, Michael Anlea?, Daniel Murray, William Placy, Capt. Harrod, Bartlet Sercey, Edward Murray, Boston Damewood, F. R. Hanson?, Joseph Brown, Major Smith, Joseph Andrews, ? Bray, Capt. [Edward] Worthington, William Shannon, John Briscoe, Thomas Vickroy, Lieut. Joseph Crockett, ? Coleman, ? Hill, Benjamin Harrison, John Gib-son, Daniel McKinney, Isaac Craig, Henry Hogland, Edward Murdock, Thomas Phellps, John Allan, John Donne, Jacob Pyeatt, Capt. Richard Brashear, Capt. Thomas Quirk, Joseph Lindsay, James Graham, James McAfee, Capt. Linctot, Henry Crutcher, Capt. Evans, Capt. Shelby, Capt. Taylor, P. Swan, Levi Powell, Nathaniel Randolph.

19511-12-1045-1047-No Date: Charges in George Rogers Clark account for which no vouchers appeared. There were 176 entries. Reference to: express from mouth of Muddy Creek, bringing boats from Wheeling, boat covers, ferriage, armour, bacon, carpenters, garrison at Kaskaskia, powder, flints, flour, lead, iron, boat anchor, hospital, taffia, pickets, pay roll, provi-sions, rum, indians. Names: Capt. Leonard Helm, John Maxwell, Jacob Bowman, Major Bowman, P. Charleville, Capt. Harrod, Daniel Murray.

19512-12-1048-1051-March 30, 1780: Remarks on General [George Rogers] Clark accounts and vouchers.

19512-12-1048-1051-March 30, 1780-Continued: has 4 pages. Number with voucher and remark and some dates. Reference to auditor, pay roll. Names: John Donne, Richard Brashear, Capt. [John] Williams, Capt. [Ed-ward] Worthington, Capt. Bowman, Capt. Montgomery, Major Bowman, Capt. Charleville, Lieut. Bailey.

BOX 654-FOLDER 239

PAPERS-NO DATE

FRAMES #1052-1111

72 documents filmed on 59 frames.

19513-12-1053-1056-January 13, 17??: Top left document. Duplicate filming. Fort Jefferson issued taffia to friendly indians. Names: Capt. Rob-ert George.

19514-12-1053-1056 January 23, 17??: Top right document. Duplicate filming. Fort Jefferson issued taffia to Capt. Leonard Helm.

19515-12-1053-1056-January 7, 17??: Third document on right. Duplicate filming. Fort Jefferson issued taffia to Capt. Leonard Helm.

19516-12-1053-1056-No Date: Fourth document. Duplicate filming. Slaughtering of a sheep owned by Joseph Hunter. Reference to indians and Fort Jefferson. Names: Capt. John Dodge, John Donne.

19517-12-1053-1056-No Date: Fifth document. Duplicate filming. Powder. Names: Capt. Robert George.

19518-12-1053-1056-No Date: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Un-able to read. No names.

19519-12-1057-1059-No Date: Top document. Duplicate filming. Powder, lead and flint. Names: John Sanders.

19520-12-1057-1059-No Date: Second document. Duplicate filming. Dr. Smyth was issued a bag to carry bark on his voyage up the Ohio [River]. Names: Capt. Robert George.

19521-12-1057-1059-No Date: Third document. Duplicate filming. Capt. Richard Brashear order to issue 2 shirts to William Reuben?

19522-12-1057-1059-No Date: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Faded. Fort Clark issued rations for artificers.

19523-12-1060-1061-No Date: Top document. Duplicate filming. [Sur-geon] Rey requested rations from Lieut. Gerault.

19524-12-1060-1061-No Date: Bottom document. Furniture, flour, corn. Names: ? Montgomery.

19525-12-1062-1064-No Date: Top document. Faded. Blacksmith account.

19526-12-1062-1064-No Date: Second document. No words.

19527-12-1062-1064-No Date: Bottom document. James Finn? certified John McCormick was employed in boat yard of Jacob Haymaker.

19528-12-1065-1066-No Date: Top document. Reference to horse and Kaskaskia. Names: Major Joseph Bowman, George Rogers Clark.

19529-12-1065-1066-No Date: Second document. Payment to Thomas Hay for corn, dinner and fodder for horse. Names: Unable to read.

19530-12-1065-1066-No Date: Third document. Names: William Jones, Thomas Porter, James Merriweather.

19531-12-1065-1066-No Date: Fourth document. Names: William Hay-mes, James Asturgus.

19532-12-1065-1066-No Date: Fifth document. George Rogers Clark order for powder.

19533-12-1067-1070-No Date: Top document. Duplicate filming. Payment for corn for 5 days for 5 horses. Names: Capt. John Rogers, William Booth.

19534-12-1067-1070-No Date: Second document. Names: John Montgom-ery.

19535-12-1067-1070-No Date: Third document. Unable to read.

19536-12-1067-1070-No Date: Fourth document. Capt. Richard Brashear order to issue a blanket to a volunteer.

19537-12-1067-1070-No Date: Fifth document. Blankets. Names: William Shannon, Capt. Richard Brashear.

19538-12-1071-1072-No Date: Top document. Capt. Richard Brashear order to issue 12 blankets and paint to Capt. Leonard Helm.

19539-12-1071-1072-No Date: Second document. George Rogers Clark gave $2450 to Martin Carney.

19540-12-1071-1072-No Date: Third document. Fort Clark issued flour to Michael Perault.

19541-12-1071-1072-No Date: Bottom document. William Harrison paid $540 to Ann Connell for making 30 shirts.

19542-12-1073-1076-No Date: Top document. Duplicate filming. Names: George Rogers Clark.

19543-12-1073-1076-No Date: Second document on left. Names: Valen-tine Baker.

19544-12-1073-1076-No Date: Third document on right. Blanket. Names: Capt. Richard Brashear.

19545-12-1073-1076-No Date: Bottom document. Recruitment by Col. Montgomery.

19546-12-1077-1078-No Date: Top document. Shirts. Names: William Harrison, William McKee, William Newell, unable to read 3 names.

19547-12-1077-1078-No Date: Second document. Clothing for Capt. Mark Thomas. Flannel overalls, linen shirts. Names: Major George Walls, Capt. Roberts.

19548-12-1077-1078-No Date: Third document. Names: ? Edwards.

19549-12-1077-1078-No Date: Fourth document. Salt, Beef. Names: Ben-jamin Wells, unable to read a name.

19550-12-1079-1082-No Date: Top document. Incomplete. No names.

19551-12-1079-1082-No Date: Second document. Reference to 78 bushels of potatoes for use at the boat yard. Names: Joseph McDowell, Jacob Haymaker.

19552-12-1079-1082-No Date: Bottom left document. Faded. Names: Edward Worthington.

19553-12-1079-1082-No Date: Bottom right document. Lieut. Col. John Montgomery order to issue taffia to Sergeant Merriweather. Names: John Dodge.

19554-12-1083-1085-No Date: Top document. Rations issued at Fort Clark. Names: Capt. Robert George, John Green.

19555-12-1083-1085-No Date: Second document on left. Names: Monsieur Bienvenue.

19556-12-1083-1085-No Date: Third document on right. Blue cloth for Cornet Thruston. Names: Capt. John Dodge.

19557-12-1083-1085-No Date: Bottom document. Rations for 2 men of Capt. Robert George company.

19558-12-1086-1089-No Date: Top document. Reference to Captain Rich-ard McCarty, prisoners, Capt. Edward Worthington, Capt. Robert George.

19559-12-1086-1089-No Date: Bottom document. Faded. Names: Hans Hamilton, Samuel Newell.

19560-12-1090-1093-No Date: Top document. Names: George Rogers Clark.

19561-12-1090-1093-No Date: Second document. Powder for a soldier. Names: James Whitehead.

19562-12-1090-1093-No Date: Third document. Fort Clark. Capt. Richard Brashear.

19563-12-1090-1093-No Date: Bottom document. Corn for horses. Names: John Williams.

19564-12-1094-1095-No Date: Top document. Rations for 4 men of Capt. William Harrod. names: Capt. John Williams.

19565-12-1094-1095-No Date: Second document. Rations for boat master at Fort Clark. Names: Capt. Robert George.

19566-12-1094-1095-No Date: Third document. Names: Michael Perault.

19567-12-1094-1095-No Date: Fourth document. Corn for horses. Names: Capt. Thomas Quirk.

19568-12-1096-1099-No Date: Top document. Order to make screw pins. Unable to read name.

19569-12-1096-1099-No Date: Second document. Unable to read.

19570-12-1096-1099-No Date: Third document. Beef issued for Col. Todd. Names: Mr. Kennedy, Richard Winston.

19571-12-1096-1099-No Date: Fourth document. Lieut. James Slaughter paid for oats for horses. Names: Ruben Moore.

19572-12-1096-1099-No Date: Bottom document. Capt. John Rogers order for flour.

19573-12-1100-1101-No Date: Top document. Payment by Capt. John Rogers to John Berry for use of horses, wagons and dinners for 30 men.

19574-12-1100-1101-No Date: Second document. Lieut. Col. John Mont-gomery bills for recruitment. Names: Thomas Bentley.

19575-12-1100-1101-No Date: Third document. George Rogers Clark order to issue paper. Names: Andrew Heth.

19576-12-1100-1101-No Date: Fourth document. Rations. Names: Shadrack Bond, Lieut. Col. John Montgomery.

19577-12-1102-1105-No Date: Top document. Names: Lieut. Col. John Montgomery.

19578-12-1102-1105-No Date: Second document. Written in French. Names: Capt. Richard McCarty, Rago Beauvais.

19579-12-1102-1105-No Date: Third document. Names: Lieut. James Slaughter, John Bell.

19580-12-1102-1105-No Date: Fourth document. Names: ? Chinoweth, John Montgomery.

19581-12-1106-1109-No Date: Top document. Names: Capt. John Rogers, Capt. Richard Brashear.

19582-12-1106-1109-No Date : Second document. Incomplete. Fort Clark. Names: Capt. Robert George.

19583-12-1106-1109-No Date: Third document. Capt. Richard Brashear order at Fort Clark to repair 2 rifles.

19584-12-1110-1111-No Date: Top document. Capt. Taylor order for ra-tions for 11 sick men in the hospital.

19585-12-1110-1111-No Date: Second document. George Rogers Clark order for powder.

BOX 654-FOLDER 240

PAPERS-NO DATE

FRAMES #1112-1233

104 documents filmed on 121 frames.

19586-12-1113-1114-No Date: Incomplete. Account of Jarret Williams. Items: scarlet cloth, brown cloth, grey cloth, linen, muslin, Holland cloth, thread, check cloth. Names: John McKean.

19587-12-1115-1118-No Date: Top document. Inventory of clothes and articles taken out of Capt. Edward Worthington's chest at Fort Jefferson. Items: 3 coats, small bag of sugar, brass belt buckle, hammer, knife, 4 leather aprons, 2 razors. Unable to read 2 articles.

19588-12-1115-1118-No Date: Second document. Capt. Robert George order to issue 100 gills of taffia for 100 men at Fort Jefferson.

19589-12-1115-1118-No Date: Third document. Rifle issued. Names: Capt. Robert George, John Girault, J. Moore.

19590-12-1115-1118-No Date: Fourth document. Capt. Robert George order to issue powder and beef to Simon Burney. Names: Martin Carney.

19591-12-1119-1122-No Date: Top document. Capt. Robert George order to issue powder and lead to Lieut. Perault.

19592-12-1119-1122-No Date: Second document. Incomplete. Names: Capt. Edward Worthington, Capt. Robert George, Thomas ?

19593-12-1119-1122-No Date: Third document. Sugar. Names: Capt. Robert George, Mrs. Elms, Lieut. Perault.

19594-12-1119-1122-No Date: Fourth document. Names: Will Shannon, George Rogers Clark, Capt. Abraham Kellar.

19595-12-1123-1128-No Date: Top document. Fort Jefferson issued sugar. Names: Capt. Robert George.

19596-12-1123-1128-No Date: Second document. Taffia issued. Names: James Sherlock, Capt. Robert George, Mr. Kennedy.

19597-12-1123-1128-No Date: Third document. Capt. Robert George order to issue brass buttons to Capt. John Baley company, Boat Master Pittman, Capt. Abraham Kellar, Capt. Edward Worthington. Names: Israel Dodge.

19598-12-1123-1128-No Date: Bottom left document. Capt. Robert George.

19599-12-1123-1128-No Date: Bottom right document. Mr. Kennedy.

19600-12-1129-1133-No Date: Duplicate filming. Account of spirits and sundries. Brandy, rum, wine and [cherry] bounce. Items: bags, ax, mattock, grinding stone, pickling tub, wash tub, hog, cow. Names: William Johnson, Ezekiel Johnson, John Dodge, John Thruston.

19601-12-1134-1137-No Date: Top document. Taffia and Rum. Names: Lieut. Col. John Montgomery.

19602-12-1134-1137-No Date: Bottom document. Unable to read.

19603-12-1138-1139-No Date: Top document. Waist coat.

19604-12-1138-1139-No Date: Bottom document. Faded. Unable to read. Names: John Dodge.

19605-12-1140-1141-No Date: Top left document. Mohair, buttons, shoes, needles, cloth, flannel and thread.

19606-12-1140-1141-No Date: Top right document. Incomplete. Abstract of provisions. Bacon, indian meal.

19607-12-1140-1141-No Date: Bottom document. John Vaughan.

19608-12-1142-1143-No Date: Major Slaughter for sundry persons. Names: Henry Heth, Cornelius Lynch, James Smith, David Casmer?, Dan-iel Swearingen, William Payton, Andrew Dye, James Aslep, Peter Little, William Elliot, Nathaniel Dailey, unable to read 1 name.

19609-12-1144-1147-No Date: Top document. Widow Robin account. Written in French.

19610-12-1144-1147-No Date: Bottom document. Faded. Names: Lieut. Col. John Montgomery.

19611-12-1148-1153-No Date: Top document. Duplicate filming. Capt. Isaac Taylor order for corn for horses.

19612-12-1148-1153-No Date: Second document. Duplicate filming. Names: Lieut. Col. John Montgomery.

19613-12-1148-1153-No Date: Third document. Duplicate filming. Faded. Names: Capt. Leonard Helm.

19614-12-1148-1153-No Date: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Faded. Reference to troops.

19615-12-1154-1155-No Date: Top document. Memorandum of boats built at different times under direction of William Harrison. Reference to Wick-liff and Haymaker boat yards.

19616-12-1154-1155-No Date: Second document. Faded. Names: Lieut. Gerault.

19617-12-1154-1155-No Date: Third document. Ammunition.

19618-12-1156-1159-No Date: Top document. George Rogers Clark pay-ment for express.

19619-12-1156-1159-No Date: Second document. Lieut. Col. John Mont-gomery order for rations.

19620-12-1156-1159-No Date: Third document. Reference to ink. Names: John Donne.

19621-12-1160-1161-No Date: Top document. Payment to Susannah White for making shirts.

19622-12-1160-1161-No Date: Bottom document. Indian meal, flour. Names: ? Temple.

19623-12-1162-1164-No Date: Top document. Reference to soldiers, cloth, linen, shirts, grey cloth and twine. Names: William Clark, Capt. [Robert] George.

19624-12-1162-1164-No Date: Bottom document. No words.

19625-12-1165-1166-No Date: Top document. Incomplete. Provisions provided by Major George Slaughter. Items: butter, whiskey, corn, beef, pork, mutton, salt, oats.

19626-12-1165-1166-No Date: Bottom document. Incomplete. Flour, beef, salt.

19627-12-1167-1168-No Date: Major John Williams clothing account. Buttons, paper pins, flannel, shoes, Holland cloth, cambric, velvet, linen, silk, thread, silk handkerchiefs, saddle, bridle, coffee, sugar, taffia, rum, tobacco.

19628-12-1169-1171-No Date: Top document. David Kennedy paid for 29 days of wagon use to Robert Craigen? Names: George Rogers Clark.

19629-12-1169-1171-No Date: Second document. Beef. Names: Andrew Heth, Samuel Wright.

19630-12-1169-1171-No Date: Third document. James Trabue in Kentucky County certified David Patent served as commissary at Riddell Station for 105 days. Reference to his appointment being destroyed by the enemy.

19631-12-1169-1171-No Date: Fourth document. Incomplete. Names: John Hite?

19632-12-1169-1171-No Date: Bottom document. Ammunition. Names: George Rogers Clark, Capt. Robert Todd.

19633-12-1172-1174-No Date: Top document. Written in French. Names: George Rogers Clark.

19634-12-1172-1174-No Date: Bottom document. Memorandum of tools. Items: tomahawks, gouge,

19634-12-1172-1174-No Date-Continued: planes, joiner, square, trowel, hinges, ax, compass, padlock. Names: Bland Ballard.

19635-12-1175-1176-No Date: Top document. Capt. George Adams. 14 privates.

19636-12-1175-1176-No Date: Second document. George Slaughter at Falls of Ohio certified Lieut. James Slaughter had not received any pay while in his corps.

19637-12-1175-1176-No Date: Third document. Reference to cloth and shirt. Names: Philip Long.

19638-12-1177-1182-No Date: Top document. Duplicate filming. Rations for 3 days. Names: James Buchanan, George Rogers Clark.

19639-12-1177-1182-No Date: Second document. Duplicate filming. Bounty receipt of John Clifton to go as soldier to Illinois. Names: Lieut. Col. John Montgomery.

19640-12-1177-1182-No Date: Third document. Fort Patrick Henry issued rations.

19641-12-1177-1182-No Date: Bottom document. Incomplete. Fort Patrick Henry, Falls of Ohio. Names: Samuel Chapline.

19642-12-1183-1186-No Date: Top left document. Flour, beef, salt. Names: William Shannon.

19643-12-1183-1186-No Date: Top right document. Rations. Names: Lieut. Col. John Montgomery.

19644-12-1183-1186-No Date: Third document. Corn.

19645-12-1183-1186-No Date: Fourth document. Lieut. James Slaughter order to issue rations for 8 men for 1 day.

19646-12-1183-1186-No Date: Fifth document. Capt. Richard Brashear order to let the Tobacco [indian] have thread for his sick father. Names: Capt. Leonard Helm, Patrick Kennedy.

19647-12-1183-1186-No Date: Bottom document. George Rogers Clark order to issue horse for use of express to Cohas.

19648-12-1187-1190-No Date: Top document. Names: Joseph Shaw, Hance Hamilton, Abraham Tipton, Joseph Roberts, Peter Triplett, Lee Gleen, Thomas Canet?

19649-12-1187-1190-No Date: Second document. Faded. Rations.

19650-12-1187-1190-No Date: Bottom document. Names: George Rogers Clark.

19651-12-1191-1194-No Date: Top document. George Rogers Clark order to Patrick Kennedy to deliver 12 bells to Capt. Madison.

19652-12-1191-1194-No Date: Second document. Faded. Names: John Cowan, Thomas Gist.

19653-12-1191-1194-No Date: Bottom document. Faded. Names: Martin Carney.

19654-12-1195-1199-No Date: Top document. Charles Fuel order to audi-tor to settle his wages as carpenter for work on the boat the Row Galley and pay Daniel Brohead, Jr.

19655-12-1195-1199-No Date: Second document on left. No words.

19656-12-1195-1199-No Date: Third document on right. Clothing of green leggings, spurs, silk handkerchiefs, trousers, stroud. Names: William Lap-sey.

19657-12-1195-1199-No Date: Bottom document. Faded. Unable to read.

19658-12-1200-1201-No Date: Top document. Powder. Names: Martin Carney, Patt Kennedy, Capt. Robert George.

19659-12-1200-1201-No Date: Second document. Liquor given to John Stapleton and William Shoemaker.

19660-12-1200-1201-No Date: Third document. Rations issued for 6 men and 1 woman of Capt. [John] Rogers company. Names: Thomas Merri-weather, George Slaughter.

19661-12-1200-1201-No Date: Bottom document. Capt. John Rogers order to issue a knife to Patt Kennedy.

19662-12-1202-1205-No Date: Duplicate filming. Faded. Names: John White, Elizabeth Corey, Noah ?, Joseph Beall, Dan Galan?, Thomas Barry. Unable to read many names.

19663-12-1206-1207-No Date: Top document. Flour issued. Names: Patt Kennedy, Capt. Richard Brashear.

19664-12-1206-1207-No Date: Second document. State of Virginia provi-sions purchased for Major [George] Slaughter. List to whom paid. Names: George Haywood, John Poindexter, Edward Bryant, Edward Ross, James Slaughter, James Gaines, Benjamin Roberts, Robert Pollard, Thomas Jami-son, Lawrence Slaughter.

19665-12-1208-1211-No Date: Top document. Widow Rice.

19666-12-1208-1211-No date: Second document. Patt Kennedy order to issue taffia.

19667-12-1208-1211-No Date: Third document. List of recruits enlisted by Major Thomas Quirk for the Illinois Regiment. Names: Michael Miles, Abraham Frazer, Samuel Watkins, John Grimes, Thomas Barnett, Hugh Logan, George Nichols, John Cox, John Ruth, Louis Walker, Andrew Clark, James Smith, Richard Hopkins, Collen Brown, Thomas McDonald, William McKenny, Lewis Mayfield.

19668-12-1212-1213-No Date: Top document. Faded. Names: George Rogers Clark, Major Bowman.

19669-12-1212-1213-No Date: Second document. Unable to read.

19670-12-1212-1213-No Date: Third document. Capt. John Williams or-dered Mr. Dodge for a paper pin.

19671-12-1212-1213-No Date: Bottom document. Capt. William Harrison bill. Items: hay, diets, rum, lodging. Names: James Blue.

19672-12-1214-1216-No Date: Top document. George Rogers Clark order to issue powder and tallow.

19673-12-1214-1216-No Date: Second document. Incomplete. Ammuni-tion.

19674-12-1214-1216-No Date: Third document. George Rogers Clark order to issue a bridle bit to Patt Mars or Marr.

19675-12-1214-1216-No Date: Fourth document. Richard Bran? order to issue blanket and cloth to Capt. Woods?

19676-12-1214-1216-No Date: Bottom document. Faded. Unable to read.

19677-12-1217-1218-No Date: Top document. John Dodge order to issue duck cloth to friendly indians to make hunting shirts to pay them for public business to the government.

19678-12-1217-1218-No Date: Second document. Major George Walls order to issue salt for use of wagon horses on Western expedition.

19679-12-1217-1218-No Date: Third document. Capt. William Bruce received flour for use of George Rogers Clark.

19680-12-1217-1218-No Date: Fourth document. Capt. Benjamin Tipton received 95 pounds of indian meal for use of horses.

19681-12-1219-1222-No Date: Top document. Faded. Names: Capt. Rich-ard Brashear, Capt. Robert George.

19682-12-1219-1222-No Date: Second document. Flour and salt.

19683-12-1219-1222-No Date: Third document. Faded. Reference to expe-dition in 1780 and money.

19684-12-1223-1225-No Date: Top document. Memorandum for Hay-maker boat yard. Nails.

19685-12-1223-1225-No Date: Second document. Powder and lead for hunting. Names: Jarret Williams, Thomas Quirk.

19686-12-1223-1225-No Date: Third document. Horseman sword, belts, 6 pistols and holsters, 6 stirrups issued. Names: Thomas Quirk, [Zephaniah] Blackford, George Rogers Clark.

19687-12-1226-1229-No Date: Top document. Iron, nails, writing paper, tar, rope issued. Names: Samuel Sample, Thomas Bradford.

19688-12-1226-1229-No Date: Second document. Paper pen issued. Un-able to read name.

19689-12-1226-1229-No Date: Third document. Names: Joseph Saunders.

19690-12-1230-1233-No Date: Account of Andrew Heth with Common-wealth of Virginia. Items: veal, pork, sheep, corn.

BOX 654-FOLDER 241

PAPERS-NO DATE

FRAMES #1234-1431

123 documents filmed on 197 frames.

19691-12-1235-1236-No Date: Top document. State of Virginia account of Martin Carney Forage for horses from December 27, 1779 to November 27, 1781 for 699 days at 8 quarts of corn per day. The provider for half of the above time or 349 and 1/2 days. Hay was also supplied.

19692-12-1235-1236-December 6, 1781: Bottom document. Names: Nicholas Robinson, Thomas Ward, Dennis Cochran, Capt. [Edward] Wor-thington, Mason Lunsford, Capt. [John] Baley, Capt. Todd, ? Dalton, Capt. Taylor, Capt. [Richard] Brashear, Isaac Floyd, John Smithers, Capt. Gerault.

19693-12-1237-1238-No Date: Document with reference to American cause. Names: William Shannon, Col. LeGras.

19694-12-1239-1240-No Date: Written in French. Names: Pierre Caur-nalier, Charles Bergan, Louis Delovier, Louis Barrvits, Pierre Cegues, Charle Landoige, Many other names.

19695-12-1241-1244-No Date: Top document. Duplicate filming. Incom-plete. Reference to taffia, money.

19696-12-1241-1244-No Date: Bottom document. Reference to bills for a french man. Names: George Rogers Clark, [Oliver] Pollock, ? Bentley.

19697-12-1245-1246-No Date: Top document. Incomplete.

19698-12-1245-1246-No Date: Second document. Ammunition.

19699-12-1245-1246-No Date: Third document. Names: Col. Todd, George Rogers Clark.

19700-12-1245-1246-No Date: Fourth document. Reference to petitioners and security.

19701-12-1247-1248-No Date: Top document. Reference to payment, council, and Mr. Nathan.

19702-12-1247-1248-No Date: Second document. Incomplete. Reference to payment.

19703-12-1247-1248-No Date: Third document. No words.

19704-12-1249-1252-No Date: Top document. Beef supplied for militia. Names: Stephen Trigg, Col. Logan, Capt. Joseph Lindsay.

19705-12-1249-1252-No Date: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Faded. Incomplete. reference to appraisement of rifle, saddle, bridle. Names: James Galloway, Thomas Smith, Albert Banta, George Seaburn, William Marshall, William Mitchell, John Galloway.

19706-12-1253-1256-No Date: Top document. Liquor. Names: John Donne, Mr. Mitchell.

19707-12-1253-1256-No Date: Second document. Faded. Cannot read.

19708-12-1253-1256-No Date: Third document. Faded. Unable to read.

19709-12-1253-1256: Fourth document. Reference to book, page 61.

19710-12-1257-1260-No Date: Heading of document refers to looking into [Oliver] Pollock papers. Reference to board of trade, Philadelphia, Joseph Calvart [Calvit], George Rogers Clark certificates, July 2, 1785, June 28, 1785, Spanish Governor, agent for Illinois Country, bill of lading, General Galvez's letter of November 8, 1779, Governor [Thomas] Jefferson.

19711-12-1261-1264-No Date: Top document. Account of Col. George Slaughter with Samuel Culbertson. Items: [cherry] bounce, whiskey, flour.

19712-12-1261-1264-No Date: Bottom document. Faded. Reference to infantry and July 1780.

19713-12-1265-1267-No Date: Top document. Lieut. Col. John Montgom-ery receipts for bills and for money advance for recruiting. Names: Oliver Pollock.

19714-12-1265-1267-No Date: Bottom document. Accounting. No words.

19715-12-1268-1271-No Date: Top document. Faded. Unable to read.

19716-12-1268-1271-No Date: Second document. Lieut. Richard Brashear order to issue rations for a man for 2 days. Reference to John Green, boat master.

19717-12-1268-1271-No Date: Bottom document. John Donne order to issue taffia.

19718-12-1272-1275-No Date: Top document. Rations. Names: Capt. Robert George, Major George Walls.

19719-12-1272-1275-No Date: Second document. William Shannon order for salt.

19720-12-1272-1275-No Date: Botton left document. Faded. Unable to read.

19721-12-1272-1275-No Date: Bottom right document. Faded. Unable to read.

19722-12-1276-1277-No Date: Top document. Reference to Capt. John Rogers troops.

19723-12-1276-1277-No Date: Second document. Faded. Unable to read.

19724-12-1276-1277-No Date: Third document. George Rogers Clark order for powder for his use.

19725-12-1278-1281-No Date: Top document. Rank and file list of rations for 87 men of Capt. Robert George, prisoners, Capt. Kellar, Capt. Wor-thington.

19726-12-1278-1281-No Date: Bottom document. Unable to read.

19727-12-1282-1284-No Date : Top document. Flour and salt.

19728-12-1282-1284-No Date: Second document. Unable to read.

19729-12-1282-1284-No Date: Bottom document. Names: Lieut. Col. John Montgomery, Charlo Charleville.

19730-12-1285-1287-No Date: Top document. No words.

19731-12-1285-1287-No Date: Second document. No words.

19732-12-1285-1287-No Date: Third document. No words.

19733-12-1288-1290-No Date: Top left document. Faded. Cartridge box.

19734-12-1288-1293-No Date: Top right document. Incomplete. Taffia for sick men.

19735-12-1288-1293-No Date: Third document. No words.

19736-12-1288-1293-No Date: Fourth document. Incomplete.

19737-12-1288-1293-No Date: Bottom document. Salt, beef and flour.

19738-12-1294-1297-No Date: Top document. Rations for 7 men of Capt. Robert George company. Names: Valentine Thomas Dalton.

19739-12-1294-1297-No date: Second document. Unable to read.

19740-12-1294-1297-No date: Bottom document. Reference to indians. Names: George Rogers Clark.

19741-12-1298-1301-No Date: Duplicate filming. No words.

19742-12-1302-1307-No Date: Duplicate filming. Written in French. Faded. Names: ? Linctot.

19743-12-1308-1315-No Date: Duplicate filming. Faded. Vouchers for rum for 1781. Names: George Rogers Clark, Col. Prather, Capt. Chapline.

19744-12-1316-1319-No date: Top document. Reference to Brandy. Names: George Rogers Clark, Martin Carney, family of George Rogers Clark, Doctor Green.

19745-12-1316-1319-No Date: Top document. Account.

19746-12-1316-1319-No Date: Second document. Claim of Robert Todd. Names: ? Harrison.

19747-12-1316-1319-No Date: Bottom document. Faded. Unable to read.

19748-12-1320-1321-No Date: Top document. Brandy. Names: family of George Rogers Clark, George Rogers Clark, Doctor Green, Lieut. Col. John Montgomery.

19749-12-1320-1321-No Date: Bottom left document. Reference to book, with pages 104 and 105.

19750-12-1320-1321-No Date: Bottom right document. Unable to read.

19751-12-1322-No Date: Top document. No. 7. Vouchers for horses.

19752-12-1322-No Date: Bottom document. Rank and file ration list for 70 men of Capt. Robert George, Capt. Richard McCarty, prisoners, Capt. Edward Worthington, Capt. Isaac Taylor. Items: flour and pork.

19753-12-1323-1324-No Date: No. 7. Vouchers for horses. Verso: corn, pork, sheep, beef, flour

19754-12-1325-1328-No Date: Rank and file ration list for 70 men of Capt. Robert George, Capt. Richard McCarty, prisoners, Capt. Edward Wor-thington, Capt. Isaac Taylor. Items: pork and flour. Total of 210 rations issued.

19755-12-1329-1334-No Date: Top left document. Capt. Robert George order to issue tobacco to Lieut. Williams.

19756-12-1329-1334-No Date: Top right document. Fort Jefferson. Names: Lieut. Williams.

19757-12-1329-1334-No Date: Third document. Capt. Robert George.

19758-12-1329-1334-No Date: Bottom document. Patrick Marr. Items: coat, vest, shirts, cloth.

19759-12-1335-1336-No Date: Reference to Mr. Hopkins, who was build-ing a large flat bottom boat at the mouth of the Redstone Creek, and pine planks. Names: Nathan Randolph.

19760-12-1337-1338-No Date: Joseph McDowell's vouchers, which were found in one of the volumes of Illinois papers.

19761-12-1339-1341-No Date: Calculations. Names: [Thomas] Quirk.

19762-12-1342-1345-No Date: Top left document. Voucher for delivery of sundry stores for use of General [George Rogers] Clark expedition and boat building.

19763-12-1342-1345-No Date: Top right document. Lieut. Col. John Montgomery order to Fort Patrick Henry to issue corn.

19764-12-1346-1349-No Date: Top document. Rations issued for 14 men in detachment of Capt. Benjamin Logan.

19765-12-1346-1349-No Date: Incomplete.

19766-12-1350-1351-No Date: No names.

19767-12-1352-1355-No Date: Duplicate filming. Abstract of William Harrison account. Names: Hans Hamilton, Charles Wickliff, Benjamin Harrison, Benjamin Wells, John McGibin, Charles Bradford.

19768-12-1356-1357-No Date: Reference to warrants of Mark Nephew, William ?, Daniel Clarke, Oliver Pollock.

19769-12-1358-1359-No date: Top document. Mr. Blackford.

19770-12-1358-1359-No Date: Bottom document. Reference to linstock.

19771-12-1360-1361-No Date: Names: James Slaughter, George Rogers Clark, Benjamin Roberts, William Roberts.

19772-12-1362-1365-No Date: Commonwealth of Virginia account with Jacob Haymaker for work at boat yard.

19773-12-1366-1369-No Date: Incomplete. Names: John Bentley, Travis Moore.

19774-12-1370-1371-No Date: Top document. Taffia for Leonard Helm.

19775-12-1370-1371-No Date: Second document. In 3 portions. William Elms.

19776-12-1370-1371-No Date: Bottom document. Calculations. Only words are comb and ? Henley.

19777-12-1372-1377-No Date: Top document. Duplicate filming. Refer-ence to empty barrels. Names: Bland Ballard, John Montgomery, Lieut. Clark, unable to read 2 names.

19778-12-1372-1377-No Date: Second document. In 2 portions. Incom-plete.

19779-12-1372-1377-No Date: Bottom left document. Duplicate filming. Unable to read.

19780-12-1372-1377-No Date: Bottom right document. Duplicate filming. Incomplete. Reference to memorial.

19781-12-1378-1386-No Date: Top document. Duplicate filming. Unable to read.

19782-12-1378-1386-No Date: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Un-able to read.

19783-12-1387-1388-No Date: Vouchers for ? Simpson. Calculations. No words.

19784-12-1389-1392-No Date: Top document. Unable to read.

19785-12-1389-1392-No Date: Second document. Incomplete. Reference to bacon. Names: James ?.

19786-12-1389-1392-No Date: Third document. Unable to read.

19787-12-1389-1392-No Date: Fourth document. Ammunition.

19788-12-1389-1392-No Date: Fifth document. No words.

19789-12-1393-1396-No Date: Top document. Names: Owen Owens.

19790-12-1393-1396-No Date: Second document. No words.

19791-12-1393-1396-No Date: Third document. No words.

19792-12-1393-1396-No Date: Bottom document. Reference to issuing rum. Names: George Rogers Clark, Capt. Brun?

19793-12-1397-1398-No Date: Top document. Account of Robert Wickliff. Reference to tools, and hiring of horses.

19794-12-1397-1398-No Date: Second document. Reference to rum. Names: George Rogers Clark.

19795-12-1397-1398-No Date: Third document. No words.

19796-12-1399-1400-No Date: Top document in 2 portions. Unable to read.

19797-12-1399-1400-No Date: Second document on left. Incomplete.

19798-12-1399-1400-No Date: Third document on right. In 2 portions. Incomplete.

19799-12-1399-1400-No Date: Fourth document on right. Names: Richard Lovell, George Venshiner, Samuel Watkins, Philip Orbin, Ebenezer Crain.

19800-12-1399-1400-No Date: Fifth document on left in 2 portions. Refer-ence to Lawrence Slaughter's orders.

19801-12-1399-1400-No Date: Sixth document on right. Incomplete.

19802-12-1401-1403-No Date: Top document. Major George Walls issued powder and lead to Lieut. Richard Clark for hunting.

19803-12-1401-1403-No Date: Second document. Incomplete. Names: ? Hogland, Thomas Buyon?, Jacob Johnston, Jeremiah Willson, Jeremiah Hansbrough, Thomas Willson, Joseph Willson.

19804-12-1401-1403-No Date : Third document. Incomplete. Illinois sol-diers. Names: John Crutchfield, Rice Curtis, William Booton, Travis Booton, William Boolon, Travis Booton, Jeremiah Armstrong, Lewis Howell, unable to read 1 name.

19805-12-1404-1409-No Date: Top document. Unable to read.

19806-12-1404-1409-No Date: Incomplete. Names: Samuel Johnson, John Jones, Peter Laughlin, Michael Oharron, Thomas Norman?, Joseph Rob-erts, Archibald Evans, Frederick Zimmerman, Benjamin Wethers, James Sullivan, Henry Smock, John Edwards, James Lewis. Unable to read sev-eral names.

19807-12-1410-1412-No Date: Top document. Incomplete. Curry comb.

19808-12-1410-1412-No Date: Bottom document. William Johnson's for-age vouchers. Items: ax, crow bar, sledge, compass saw, caulking irons, mallets, wagon, lock chain, jack screw, bells, grind stone, iron, steel, pad-lock, tent, bag, barges, anchors, camp kettle.

19809-12-1413-1416-No Date: Top document. Incomplete. Names: James Sherlock, Joseph Scott, William Highland, Isaac Taylor, William Price, Peter Crawford, Moses Crawford.

19810-12-1413-1416-No Date: Bottom left document. Incomplete

19811-12-1413-1416-No Date: Bottom right document. Incomplete.

19812-12-1417-1418-No Date: Names: Jeremiah McGibbin, William Harrison.

19813-12-1419-No Date: Unable to read.

19814-12-1420-1431-No Date: Duplicate filming. General [George Rogers] Clark letters. Reference to provision for land below the Tennessee River for sale to officers and soldiers, Ohio River, Mississippi River.

19815-12-1428-1431-No Date: Duplicate filming. General [George Rogers] Clark letter.

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