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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 ©1998-2004 Society of Colonial Wars in the State of Illinois

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

Microfilm Reel Dates Documents

 1 January 1778 - May 1779 1-1220

 2 May 1779 - August 1779 1221-2733

 3 August 1779 - April 1780 2734-5387

 4 May 1780 - November 1780 5388-7867

 5 November 1780 - February 1781 7868-9248

 6 March 1781 - June 1781 9249-11490

 7 July 1781 - September 1781 11491-13111

 8 September 1781 - December 1781 13112-14588

 9 December 1781 - July 1782 14589-16352

10 August 1782 - July 1783 16353-17776

11 July 1783 - August 1784 17777-18820

12 September 1784 - No Dates 18821-19814

13 No Dates 19815-20110

Copyright ©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 #13

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PAPERS-NO DATE
FRAMES #1-42

28 documents filmed on 42 frames.

19815-13-1-3-No Date: Top document. Duplicate filming. Col. Todd's papers relating to Mr. [Oliver] Pollock bills.

19816-13-1-3-No Date: Bottom left document. Duplicate filming. Vouch-ers. Names: John Caldwell, William Harrison.

19817-13-1-3-No Date: Bottom right document. Duplicate filming. Unable to read.

19818-13-4-9-No Date: Top Left document. Duplicate filming. Fragment. Names unable to read with first name.

19819-13-4-9-No Date: Top right document. Duplicate filming. Fragment. Incomplete. Unable to read.

19820-13-4-9-No Date: Bottom left document. Duplicate filming. Names: B. Searcey, T. Schull.

19821-13-4-9-No Date: Bottom right document. Duplicate filming. No words.

19822-13-10-11-No Date: Unable to read. Dark.

19823-13-12-13-No Date: Top document. Expenditures.

19824-13-12-13-No Date: Bottom document. Salt Account.

19825-13-14-17-No Date: Top document. Duplicate filming. No. 2. Capt. John Rogers.

19826-13-14-17-No Date: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. No Words.

19827-13-18-No Date: Names: Richard Smith.

19828-13-19-20-No Date: Left document. Names: George Rogers Clark.

19829-13-19-20-No Date: Right document. Names: Oliver Pollock.

19830-13-21-23-No Date: Fayette Militia pay rolls no. 633 to 644. Dupli-cate filming.

19831-13-24-28-No Date: Top left document. Duplicate filming. Incom-plete. Names: George Rogers Clark, Col. Todd, Col. Linn.

19832-13-24-28-No Date: Top right document. Duplicate filming. Officers accounts from no. 1 to 49. Illinois.

19833-13-24-28-No Date: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. No words.

19834-13-29-30-No Date: Incomplete. Duplicate filming. No words.

19835-13-31-32-No Date: Top document. Duplicate filming. Col. William Lynn's account.

19836-13-31-32-No Date: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Rations for indian prisoners.

19837-13-33-35-No Date: Top document. Duplicate filming. Enclosed receipts. No names.

19838-13-33-35-No Date: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. No words.

19839-13-36-37-No Date: Top document. Duplicate filming. Important papers. Illinois. Names: George Rogers Clark, William Shannon.

19840-13-36-37-No Date: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Names: Mr. Hiteman.

19841-13-38-40-No Date: Duplicate filming. Illinois. No. 106. Unable to read names.

19842-13-41-42-No Date: Duplicate filming. Printed form of Auditor's office. Reference to sum to pay for certificate and court of Claims. No filled in.

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PAPERS-NO DATE

FRAMES #43-58

1 document filmed on 16 frames.

19843-13-44-58-No Date: Document with several pages. Duplicate filming. Rations supplied. Items: pork, bacon, diets, beef, flour, whiskey. Names: Robert Wickliff, John McKintry?, James Stephenson?, Daniel Calvin, Hans Hamilton, Joseph Shaw, John Jackman?, Peter Triplett, Thomas Carroll, William Hill, Esel Davis, Peter Peckinburgh?, John Six, Capt. Edward Kennedy, Charles Wickliff, Thomas Gist, Nicholas Blake. Some names appear more than once.

BOX 654-FOLDER 244

PAPERS-NO DATE

FRAMES #59-227

110 documents filmed on 168 frames.

19844-13-60-63-No Date: Top document. Duplicate filming. Rations is-sued. Names: Joseph Bowman.

19845-13-60-63-No Date: Second document. Duplicate filming. Joseph Bowman order to Fort Patrick Henry for rations for a man.

19846-13-60-63-No Date: Third document. Duplicate filming. Capt. Abra-ham Kellar order to issue rations.

19847-13-64-65-No Date [1779-Feb. 15, 1783]: Remarks made by the commissioners on list of bills. Names; Lieut. Col. John Montgomery, Mon-sieur Carbonneaux, George Rogers Clark, Monsieur Cona. Reference to taffia.

19848-13-66-68-No Date: Top document. Clothing received by Capt. Ed-ward Worthington. Items: check handkerchiefs, linen handkerchiefs, linen.

19849-13-66-68-No Date [March 25, 1779-July 25, 1780] : Bottom docu-ment. Duplicate filming. Names: John Gerault, Mr. Motard, D. Murray, Richard Chinoweth, James Francis Moore, James Sullivan, Francis Bosse-ron, [Richard] Winston.

19850-13-69-70-No Date: Fragments. Incomplete.

19851-13-71-74-No Date [Nov. 1783]: Fragments. Names: Nicholas Per-rot, Capt. John Rogers, Zephaniah Blackford, [Richard] Clark.

19852-13-75-80-No Date: Top document. Duplicate filming. Kettles.

19851-13-75-80-No Date: Second document. Duplicate filming. No. 13. Beef, salt. Names: Major [Robert] George.

19852-13-75-80-No Date: Third document. Duplicate filming. Provisions.

19853-13-75-80-No Date: Fourth document. Duplicate filming. No. 39. Names: James Sherlock.

19854-13-75-80-No Date: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Sugar orders.

19855-13-81-82-No Date: Top document. Duplicate filming. Unable to read.

19856-13-81-82-No Date: Second document. Duplicate filming. Unable to read.

19857-13-81-82-No Date: Third document. Duplicate filming. Items: Corn, tar, beef.

19858-13-81-82-No Date: Fourth document. Duplicate filming. No Words.

19859-13-81-82-No Date: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Names: Will Shannon.

19860-13-83-86-No Date: Top document. Duplicate filming. No. 20. Inter-preter. Items: flour, beef, salt.

19861-13-83-86-August 19, 1784: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Incomplete. Bill of Exchange. Names: Rene Rapicault, Pere Martin?, Oliver Pollock, Antoine Armentrum?, Francois Trotier.

19862-13-87-88-August 25, 1784: Top document. Names: John Nelson.

19863-13-87-88-No Date: Bottom document. Names: John Panther, Mr. Brohead.

19864-13-89-91-February 26, 1783?: Top document. Duplicate filming. Commissioners office. New Holland. Names: James Patten, ? Dowell.

19865-13-89-91-No Date: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. No Names.

19866 -13-92-95-November 17, 1785: Duplicate filming. Incomplete. Taxable property. Names: Thomas Harris, John Strode, Richard Crump, Robert Smith.

19867-13-96-101-No Date: Top document. Duplicate filming. Faded. Names: Mr. McGavoch, Major George Walls.

19868-13-96-101-No Date: Second document. Duplicate filming. No names.

19869-13-96-101-August 12, 1784: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Names: John Bayley.

19870-13-102-105-No Date: Top document. Duplicate filming. Names: John Harris.

19871-13-102-105-No Date: Bottom left document. Duplicate filming. No names.

19872-13-102-105-No Date: Bottom center document. Duplicate filming. No words.

19873-13-102-105-No Date: Bottom right document. Duplicate filming. Names: Hance Hamilton, George Rogers Clark, Samuel Newell.

19874-13-106-109-May 9, 1785 : Top document. Duplicate filming. Names: William Croghan, ? Perault.

19875-13-106-109-No Date: Second document. Duplicate filming. Unable to read.

19876-13-106-109-No Date: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Flour and salt for marines.

19877-13-110-113-No Date: Top left document. Duplicate filming. Rations for artificers. Names: Major Culbertson.

19878-13-110-113-No Date: Top right document. Duplicate filming. Names; Joseph Fnens?

19879-13-110-113-No Date [1784]: Third document. Incomplete. Tax. Names: Joseph Smith.

19880-13-110-113-No Date: Bottom document. Duplicate. Names: ? Bu-chanon.

19881-13-114-118-[August 10, 1785]: Duplicate filming. Incomplete. Names: W. Smith.

19882-13-119-121-[May 3, 1785]: Top document. Incomplete. Entries concerning tax for 1786. Names: William Reddick, Solomon Shepherd.

19883-13-119-121-No Date: Bottom document. Incomplete. Names: Will Shannon, Richard Clark, John Rogers, John Mon.

19884-13-122-125-No Date: Top document. Duplicate filming. Unable to read.

19885-13-122-125-[1779]: Bottom left document. Duplicate filming. Fort Clark.

19886-13-122-125-No Date: Bottom right document. Duplicate filming. Names: Richard Brashear.

19887-13-126-No Date: Top document. Incomplete. No names.

19888-13-126-No Date: Bottom document. No Names.

19889-13-127-July 18, 1787: Top left document. Names: Oliver Pollock.

19890-13-127-May 29, 1787: Top right document. Names: Simon Nathan.

19891-13-127-No Date: Bottom document. Unable to read.

19892-13-128-130-May 8, 1787: Names: Oliver Pollock.

19893-13-131-132-No Date: Top document. Names: ? Janist.

19894-13-131-132-No Date: No words.

19895-13-131-132-No Date: Third document. Incomplete. No names.

19896-13-131-132-November 12, 1787: Bottom document. No Names.

19897-13-133-137-No Date: Top left document. Duplicate filming. Flour. Names; Lieut. Col. John Montgomery.

19898-13-133-137-No Date: Top right document. Duplicate filming. Names: George Rogers Clark.

19899-13-133-137-No Date: Third document. Duplicate filming. No. 3. Voucher for sundry disbursements. Names: Lieut. Col. [John] Montgom-ery, Jacob Bowman, Benjamin Fields, unable to read other names.

19900-13-133-137-No Date: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Joseph Bowman order to Fort Patrick Henry for rope.

19901-13-138-139-No Date: Top document. Names: Isaac Yates, Andrew Clark, George Livistone, John Daughterty, James Dawson, Charles Hun-sler, Bland W. Ballard, Sergeant William Elms, John Joyns, James Taylor, William Russell, Benjamin Russell, Philip Orbin.

19902-13-138-139-No Date: Second document. Names: Leonard Helm.

19903-13-138-139-No Date: Bottom document. Capt. Robert George order for rations for a man for 3 days.

19904-13-140-143-No Date: Top document. John Donne order to Martin Carney to issue taffia.

19905-13-140-143-No Date: Second document. Names: John Martin.

19906-13-140-143-No Date: Third document. No names.

19907-13-140-143-No Date: Bottom document. Names: George Rogers Clark.

19908-13-144-145-No Date: Top document. Rations issued for 3 waiters of George Rogers Clark. Names: William Shannon.

19909-13-144-145-No Date: Second document. No names.

19910-13-144-145-No Date: Bottom document. Unable to read.

19911-13-146-151-No Date: Top document. Duplicate filming. Reference to powder. Names: Madam Place, Capt. Place, George Rogers Clark, Wil-liam Thomas?

19912-13-146-151-No Date: Second document. Duplicate filming. Names: Capt. John Baley.

19913-13-146-151-No Date: Third document. Duplicate filming. Gun powder.

19914-13-146-151-No Date: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. No names.

19915-13-152-153-No Date: Top document. Names: John Dodge.

19916-13-152-153-No Date: Bottom document. Unable to read.

19917-13-154-158-November 28, 1837: Top document. Duplicate filming. Farmers Grove.

19918-13-154-158-July 8, 1785: Bottom document. Names: Col. Hugh McGary.

19919-13-159-162-No Date : Duplicate filming. Papers given by Col. Boone. No. 25. Inventory of items: grindstone, camp kettles, picks, pitch ladle, water bucket, whip saw, caulking mallet, ax, hammer, and other items which could not be read.

19920-13-163-166-No Date: Top document. Incomplete.

19921-13-163-166-No Date: Second document. Incomplete.

19922-13-163-166-No Date : Third document. Names: Leonard Helm.

19923-13-163-166-No Date: Bottom document. Incomplete.

19924-13-167-171-No Date: Top document. Incomplete.

19925-13-167-171-No Date: Bottom document. Incomplete.

19926-13-172-173-No Date: Top document. Incomplete.

19927-13-172-173-No Date: Bottom document. Incomplete.

19928-13-174-No Date: Incomplete. Names: Major Linctot, Joseph Delag-ers, Jean Baptist Meroi, Harris Cooper, Antoine Moran, Widow Lecatte, Thomas Bentley, ? Gerault.

19929-13-175-176-No Date: Names: Dominick Flannagan.

19930-13-177-178-No Date: Incomplete. Names: Lieut. Col. John Mont-gomery, Major Joseph Bowman, unable to read other names.

19931-13-179-181-No Date: Top left document. No names.

19932-13-179-181-No Date: Top right document. Incomplete. Items: tar, turpentine, apples, rope, bread, pork, beef.

19933-13-179-181-No Date: Bottom document. Incomplete.

19934-13-182-187-No Date: Duplicate filming. Incomplete. Rations: bear meat, rum, flour, beef, pork, salt, whiskey, taffia. Names: Martin Carney, ? Bailey, ? Gibson.

19935-13-188-191-No Date: Top document. Duplicate filming. Incomplete. Appointment at Pittsburgh, Penn. of Jacob Bowman. Reference to horses.

19936-13-188-191-No Date: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Names: Thomas Bentley.

19937-13-192-193-No Date: Reference to rum.

19938-13-194-199-No Date: Top document. Duplicate filming. Incom-plete/

19939-13-194-199-No Date: Duplicate filming. Petition concerning paying of bills. Names: ? Carbonneaux, William Shannon, Lieut. Col. John Mont-gomery, John Williams.

19940-13-200-207-No Date: Duplicate filming. Names: William Harrison, Benjamin Wells. Items: corn, flour, rye, bran.

19941-13-208-209-No Date: Reference to planks and nails. Common-wealth of Virginia account with John Beason?

19942-13-210-213-No Date : Top document. Order for Illinois Regiment.

19943-13-210-213-No Date: Bottom document. Incomplete. Names: George Rogers Clark.

19944-13-214-219-No Date: Top left document. Provisions.

19945-13-214-219-No Date: Top right document. Duplicate filming. Ref-erence to Capt. Pyeatt and marines.

19946-13-214-219-No Date: Third document. Duplicate filming. Reference to Provisions.

19947-13-214-219-No Date: Bottom left document. Duplicate filming. Order for Illinois Regiment.

19948-13-214-219-No Date: Bottom right document. Duplicate filming. No words.

19949-13-220-225-No Date: Top document. Duplicate filming. No. 31. Flour, beef, pork, and salt.

19950-13-220-225-No Date: Second document. Duplicate filming. No words.

19951-13-220-225-No Date: Third document. Duplicate filming. No words.

19952-13-220-225-No Date: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. To-bacco given to indians. Names: John Dodge, Capt. Robert George.

19953-13-226-227-No Date: Top document. Names: Lieut. Col. John Montgomery, Rene Rapicault.

19954-13-226-227-No Date: Bottom document. Names: Jacko Becket, George Rogers Clark.

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FRAMES #228-295

46 documents filmed on 67 frames.

19955-13-229-231-[1779]: Top document. Names: Nicholas Tanist, Col. Montgomery.

19956-13-229-231-[1779]: Bottom document. Names: Fort Clark.

19957-13-232-233-No Date: Top document. Incomplete. Printed form. No forms filled. An alphabetical assessment list of all the commissioners ... [persons] exempt from militia duty in the county of and owning any prop-erty taxed in the Commissioners. Names of individual, rank if any, lots and houses, number of acres, value of land, number of slaves and value, num-ber of horses, mules, mares and colts with value, and number and value of coaches. True copy of the original duly recorded in the regimental book.

19958-13-232-233-[1779]: Names: Fort Clark.

19959-13-234-235-[1781]: Top document. Rum issued for troops at Falls of Ohio.

19960-13-234-235-No Date: Bottom document. Soldiers account. Illinois. No. 210 to 300.

19961-13-236-No Date: Top document. Names: Daniel McClaim.

19962-13-236-[1780]: Bottom document. Names: Fort Clark, ? McRae.

19963-13-237-242-No Date: Top document. Duplicate filming. Names: Gilbert Simpson.

19964-13-237-242-No Date: Second document on left. Duplicate filming. Names: ? McDowell.

19965-13-237-242-No Date: Third document on right. Duplicate filming. Illinois.

19966-13-237-242-No Date: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Names: William Harrison.

19967-13-243-245-[1780]: Top document. Duplicate filming. "The George Rogers Clark Expedition Account of John and Isreal [Israel] Dodge Against the State of Virginia for Munitions of War Furnished in 1780." [Typed].

19968-13-243-245-[1780-1781-1782]: Bottom document. Duplicate film-ing. Illinois Department issuing vouchers for 1780-1782 at Fort Vincent. Names: Zephaniah Blackford.

19969-13-246-248-No Date: Top document. Duplicate filming. Illinois Department. Names: George Slaughter.

19970-13-246-248-No Date: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Expe-dition.

19971-13-249-251-[1781]: Duplicate filming. Incomplete. "This bundle contains Old ..."Illinois.

19972-13-252-254-No Date: Top document. Duplicate filming. Incomplete.

19973-13-252-254-No Date: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Fort Vincent account Bundle ?.

19974-13-255-257-[1780-1781]: Top left document. Duplicate filming. Illinois Department Vouchers for spies 1780-1781.

19975-13-255-257-No Date: Top right document. Duplicate filming. Sol-diers account.

19976-13-255-257-[1780-1781]: Bottom left document. Duplicate filming. Incomplete.

19977-13-258-260-No Date: Top document. Duplicate filming. Soldiers accounts from no. 208 to 300 Illinois.

19978-13-258-260-[1783-1784]: Bottom left document. Duplicate filming. Illinois vouchers-Soldiers. allowed 1783-1874.

19979-13-258-260-No Date: Bottom right document. Duplicate filming. No words.

19980-13-261-263-No Date: Top document. Duplicate filming. Printed form. Incomplete. " I do certify that I have carefully examined the above abstract with the original returns now in possession and find it to be a cor-rect and true account of issues to the troops at this post, under my com-mand, commencing the day of and ending the day of 181 , amounting to complete rations, and extra. Top of document missing must be abstract portion.

19981-13-261-263-No Date: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Incom-plete. No names.

19982-13-264-266-[1779-1781-1782]: Duplicate filming. Illinois Depart-ment alphabetical to Books of Accounts. Receipt books and accounts. Reference to officers and privates. 1779-1781-1782.

19983-13-267-[1779]: Top document. Order for provisions for General [George Rogers] Clark at Fort Patrick Henry for 1779.

19984-13-267-[1779]: Bottom document. Illinois Department vouchers to the abstract of goods taken and issued at Fort Vincent in 1779.

19985-13-268-271-No Date: Top document. Duplicate filming. Names: Major Crittenden.

19986-13-268-271-No Date: Second document. Duplicate filming. Names: Receipts of ? Waller, ? Blackford.

19987-13-268-271-No Date: Third document. Duplicate filming. Fayette County vouchers.

19988-13-268-271-No Date: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Incom-plete. Reference to ? Dawson, Pittsburgh, Penn. and description of land.

19989-13-272-277-No Date: Top document. Duplicate filming. No infor-mation.

19990-13-272-277-No Date: Second document. Duplicate filming. Unable to read.

19991-13-272-277-No Date: Third document. Duplicate filming. Vouchers for Col. Montgomery.

19992-13-278-279-[1779-1780]: Reference to legislature, council and Western Expedition and 1779-1780.

19993-13-280-281-[1781]: Old vouchers for supplies furnished Fort Jeffer-son in 1781.

19994-13-282-286-June 1780: Top document. Duplicate filming. Wrapper made from envelop with Richmond May 19, 1780 post mark. Postage stamp on envelop. Vouchers issued in June of 1780.

19995-13-282-286-[1780-1781]: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Printed form used for wrapper. Vouchers for issues at Fort Jefferson and Fort Clark for 1780 and 1781.

19996-13-287-289-No Date: Top document. Duplicate filming. Illinois Soldiers account.

19997-13-287-289-No Date: Bottom document. Duplicate filming. Vouch-ers to William Harrison accounts.

19998-13-290-292-No Date: Top document. Unable to read.

19999-13-290-292-No Date: Second document. Names: Col. Crockett.

20000-13-290-292-No Date: Bottom document. Extra issues.

20001-13-293-295-[1780-1781-1782]: Illinois Department. Instructions to the offices in the other departments. Names: George Rogers Clark, Col. Montgomery, Col. Todd. Reference to letters and indians.

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FRAMES #296-397

46 documents filmed on 101 frames.

20002-13- 298-299-[1780-1781-1782]: Duplicate filming. Illinois Depart-ment vouchers and issues for 1780-1782.

20003-13-300-301-No Date: Duplicate filming. Illinois Department old issues and vouchers.

20004-13-302-303-No Date: Left document. Duplicate filming. Accounts.

20005-13-302-303-No Date: Right document. Duplicate filming. Illinois old vouchers.

20006-13-304-305-No Date: Left document. Duplicate filming. Names: John Dodge, Israel Dodge.

20007-13-304-305-[1779-1781]: Right document. Duplicate filming. Names: Zephaniah Blackford.

20008-13-306-307-No Date: Left document. Duplicate filming. Names: Bland Ballard.

20009-13-306-307-No Date: Right document. Duplicate filming. Names: George Rogers Clark.

20010-13-308-309-No Date: Left document. Names: Bland Ballard.

20011-13-308-309-No Date: Right document. Names: George Rogers Clark.

20012-13-310-311-[1779-1780]: Left document. Names: Thomas Bentley, Michael Gratz, F. Carbo, Charles Gratiot, ? Linctot, Daniel Clarke, Elias Bourgard,? LeGras, F. Bosseron, ? Conan.

20013-13-310-311-[1779-1787]: Right document. Illinois Department old accounts and vouchers 1779-1787.

20014-13-312-313-[1779-1782]: Left document. Western vouchers 1779-1782.

20015-13-312-313-No Date: Right document. No words.

20016-13-314-315-[1780]: Illinois Department accounts and vouchers for issues to Capt. Duplacy, Vital Beauvais, ? Charloville,? LaCroix, Jos Brazeau, Capt. Gerault, Nicholas Lachance.

20017-13-316-317-No Date: Soldiers accounts from no. 50 to 559, Illinois.

20018-13-318-No Date: Soldiers accounts Illinois from 501 to 549.

20019-13-319-320-No Date: Duplicate filming. Unused printed form used for a wrapper. Form was used in 18??.Company Report. Captain Company of Regt. of 18 . Rank and file listing for number of captains, lieutenants, ensigns, sergeants, corporals, drummers, fifers and privates, who were present fit for duty, on duty, on command, on fatigue, on furlough, absent without leave, sick in hospital, sick on furlough, confined, discharged, dead, officers, servants. Total strength of company.

20020-13-321-322 -[1779-1780]: Duplicate filming. Names: Capt. John Rogers.

20021-13-323-No Date: Unused printed form used for a wrapper. Company report. Same as Document 20019 on frames #319-320.

20022-13-324-326-No Date: Duplicate filming. Vouchers for Fort Nelson and Fort Patrick Henry. Unused printed form used for a wrapper. Form was "Abstract of provisions issued to a company of Virginia Militia".

20023-13-327-328-[1779-1780]: Duplicate filming. Fort Clark vouchers.

20024-13-329-330-No Date: Duplicate filming. Vouchers from no. 101 to 160. Illinois.

20025-13-331-332-No Date: Duplicate filming. Vouchers from no. 198 to 278. Illinois.

20026-13-333-334-No Date: Duplicate filming. Vouchers from no. 544 to 578. Illinois.

20027-13-335-336-[1780]: Duplicate filming. Illinois Department vouch-ers, 1780.

20028-13-337-No Date: Orders of men of the Illinois Regiment for their pay, which had been previously been drawn by Philip. Barbour.

20029-13-338-No Date: No words.

20030-13-339-340-No Date: Duplicate filming. Use of unused printed form for a wrapper. Illinois Department vouchers.

20031-13-341-342-No Date: Duplicate filming. Blank printed fill in form for Forage Account.

20032-13-343-345-No Date: Duplicate filming. Soldiers account. Illinois. No. 101 to 200.

20033-13-346-347-No Date: Duplicate filming. Soldiers account.

20034-13-348-349-No Date: Duplicate filming. Illinois Department Sol-diers claims allowed by Western Commissioners. Names: Capt. Francis Bosseron, George Rogers Clark.

20035-13-350-355-[1779-1782]: Duplicate filming. Blank unused printed form for abstract of provisions used for wrappers. Vouchers for 1779-1782.

20036-13-356-357-No Date: Duplicate filming. Old Deeds and Wills.

20037-13-358-359-No Date: Duplicate filming. Sundry bills and other vouchers transmitted to the commissioners with a wrong account. Names: ? Todd, Capt. Linctot, William Shannon, ? Perault.

20038-13-360-362-[1775-1787]: Duplicate filming. Expenditures by the state of Virginia for the United States from 1775 to 1787. Blank printed form for abstract of provisions issued was used for wrapper cover.

20039-13-363-365-No Date: Duplicate filming. Illinois Department expen-ditures account of [William] Shannon. Blank printed form for census of officers, free persons, infants and females, within bounds of the regiment.

20040-13-366-369-[1779-1780]: Duplicate filming. Reference to Shawnee [Indian] Expedition, Boonsboro, Logan Station, Martins Station.

20041-13-370-371-[1787]: Duplicate filming. Names: Major George, ? Wilson.

20042-13-372-373-[1779]: Duplicate filming. Illinois Department issuing vouchers of provisions and rations of ? Blackford in 1779.

20042-13-374-[1779]: Illinois Department issuing vouchers for 1779.

20043-13-374-375-[1780-1781]: Duplicate filming. Illinois Department issuing vouchers and orders 1780-1781.

20044-13-376-380-No Date: Duplicate filming. Names: John Dodge.

20045-13-381-384-No Date: Duplicate filming. Unable to read.

20046-13-385-388-No Date: Duplicate filming. Names: Benjamin Studly, Thomas Southgate.

20047-13-389-391-[1779]: Duplicate filming. Vouchers for Col. Mont-gomery. Blank printed form for provision returns used as wrapper.

20048-13-392-397-[1780-1782]: Duplicate filming. Vouchers for Fort Nelson, Fort Patrick Henry

20048-13-392-397-[1780-1782]-Continued: and Fort Jefferson for 1780-1782. Blank printed form concerning the Quartermaster furnishing 36 pounds of straw for every two men, including servants, or batmen, not soldiers and for washer women at the rate of one for every 17 men, non-commissioned officers and privates. Requisitions form for fuel.

BOX 654-FOLDER 247

ILLINOIS CLAIMS ADJUSTMENT-1834

FRAMES #398-437

9 documents filmed on 39 frames.

20049-13-399-[1834]: Illinois claims adjusted in 1834. No other words.

20050-13-400-401-December 9, 1834: Certificates of auditor and treasurer. April 14, 1779 Bill of exchange drawn by George Rogers Clark on Oliver Pollock in favor of ? Birchard. Reference to other claims. Names: Joseph DuPlasy, Col. Montgomery, John L. Cowan, J. E. Heath.

20051-13-402-December 24, 1834: J. E. Heath of Auditor's office indicated payment due Mr. Smith. Names: Oliver Pollock, unable to read name.

20052-13-403-406-December 8, 1834: Duplicate filming. Sent to John H. Smith at Richmond, [Virginia]. Names: Col. Montgomery.

20053-13-407-408-No Date: Bill of Exchange.

20054-13-409-410-[1834]: Acted upon by the Court in 1834. Bill for sup-plies furnished Illinois Regiment by Pierre Menard.

20055-13-411-413-April 4, 1834: Five page printed Report made by Mr. Bibb in the Senate of the United States on April 4, 1834, 23d Congress, First Session, with Senate Bills Nos. 138 and 139. Each page has [244]. The Committee on the Judiciary, to whom was referred the petition of Pierre Menard, respectfully report to the Senate. The petition presented an account against the State of Virginia for bills of exchange drawn by Lieut. Col. John Montgomery for supplies furnished at Kaskaskia in the year 1779 and 1780 for the Illinois Regiment. Reference to posts at Kaskaskia and Vincennes, British forces, and troops employed in the conquest and occu-pation of the country northwest of the Ohio from the Crown of Great Brit-ain during the Revolutionary War. The document is a historical account of Virginia's activities in the northwest and its relinquishing of the territory to the United States in 1784. Reference to resolution and action taken by Congress. Names: George Rogers Clark, Joseph Bogy, Nicholas Lachanee, John H. Smith, John Floyd, Oliver Pollock, John Serault, St. Genevieve, Missouri, Falls of Ohio, Richmond.

20056-13-414-427-May 1, 1834: Some 14 page handwritten document of a copy of the Court Report related to petition of Pierre Menard for payment due advances made in 1779 and 1780 to the Illinois Regiment at Kaskaskia. Names: Col. Todd, George Rogers Clark, Lieut. Col. John Montgomery, John Gerault, Nicholas Lachanee, John H. Smith.

20057-13-428-431-[March 11, 1834]: Claims of Antoine Peltier, deceased, of Kaskaskia. Names: Mrs. Francois Hitchkiss?, John Montgomery, George Rogers Clark, Col. Todd.

20058-13-432-437-[1834]: Claims of Antoine Peltier. Reference to Pierre Menard and Joseph Bogy, Lieut. Col. John Montgomery.

BOX 654-FOLDER 248

ILLINOIS REGIMENT CLAIMS FILED

BY SIDNEY BREESE, 1835

FRAMES #438-569

51 documents filmed on 131 frames.

20059-13-439-440-[1835]: Duplicate filming. Papers relating to service of soldiers in the Illinois Regiment filed by Sidney Breese in 1835.

20060-13-441-443-[1835]: Duplicate filming. Sidney Breese cases 1835 rejected.

20061-13-444-445-September 1, 1834: Claim of Jonathan Moore and wife Elizabeth Moore and William Lunceford, who employed Sidney Breese of Kaskaskia for claims of George Lunceford, who served as a private in the Illinois Regiment of George Rogers Clark.

20062-13-446-447-October 8, 1834: Randolph County, Illinois Probate Judge James Thompson of Kaskaskia notified Julia Beauvais that she was appointed guardian of Raphael Beauvais and Adeline Beauvais, who were minors under the age of 14 years, and Julia Ann Beauvais, Harriet Beau-vais, who were over age 14 but not 18 years old and Alex Beauvais, who was over age 14 years but under 21 years. Recorded in Book B, page 19.

20063-13-448-450-October 6, 1834: Power of attorney given to Sidney Breese by John Jarrell, Marie Therese Beauvais, Julia Ann Beauvais, Alix Beauvais, Harriet

20063-13-448-450-October 6, 1834-Continued: Beauvais, Raphael Beau-vais, and Adeline Beauvais, who were heirs of law of their deceased grandmother Therese Daney, who was daughter of Joseph Daney, who served as a private in Capt. Francois Charloville company of volunteers. Names: Antoine Dufour, James Hughes.

20064-13-451-452-September 30, 1834: Randolph County, Illinois Probate Court Judge James Thompson of Kaskaskia notified Michael Bruatte or Buyatt that he was appointed guardian of James Lasurace, Michel Las-urace, Jaunotte Lasurace.

20065-13-453-455-October 3, 1834: Power of attorney given to Sidney Breese by Antoine Daney, a son and Charles Daney and nephew of Joseph Daney, who served as privates in Capt. Francois Charloville company of volunteers. Names: Antoine Dufour, James Hughes.

20066-13-456-457-October 1, 1834: Power of attorney given to Sidney Breese by Michael Buyatte or Bruatte or Buyatt, Therese Lasurace, Louis Lasurace, Virginia Lasurace, Julian Lasurace, James Lasurace, Michel Lasurace, Jaunotte Lasurace, who were heirs of Michael Daney and Joseph Daney and who served as privates in Capt. Francois Charloville company of volunteers. Names: Antoine Dufour, James Hughes, Harriet Daney.

20067-13-458-460-October 1, 1784: Power of attorney given to Sidney Breese for claims of service of Joseph Daney, who served in Capt. Francois Charloville company of volunteers. Names: Francis Devope?, Julia Daney, Francis Senieve, Louise Daney, Edward Daney, Antoine Daney, Mary Daney, Antoine Dufour, James Hughes.

20068-13-461-463-September 29, 1834: Power of attorney given to Sidney Breese for claims of service of

20069-13-461-463-September 29, 1834-Continued: Joseph Daney and Michael Daney, who served as privates in Capt. Francois Charloville com-pany of volunteers. Names: Baptist Montrauge, Barbara Daney.

20070-13-464-465-October 7, 1784: Letters of guardianship to Baptist Daney for Baptist Gendro of Kaskaskia, Randolph County, Illinois. Names: James Thompson.

20071-13-466-October 4, 1834: Power of attorney issued to Sidney Breese for claims of Michael and Joseph Daney, who served as privates in Capt. Francois Charloville company of volunteers. Names: Marie Louise Pea?, Pierre Coline, Rachel Daney, Alexis Buyatte, Genevie Daney, Joseph Buyatt, Antoine Dufour, Artemia Buyatt.

20072-13-467-469-November 4, 1834: Testimony to court of Randolph County, Illinois by Joseph Page of Kaskaskia that Joseph Daney served as a private in Capt. Francois Charloville company of volunteers, was never married and his heirs were the children of his brothers Jerome, Michael, Antoine, and Charles Daney and sisters Therese and Marie Louise Daney. Children of Jerome Daney were Michael Daney, Baptist Daney, Agatha Daney. Children of Antoine Daney were Ellen Daney, who was wife of Antoine Montrauga?. Portions of the document are difficult to read and it was not possible to list all names of heirs. Other names: James Thompson, Joseph Buyatt, Pierre Coline.

20073-13-470-473-November 4, 1834: Testimony of Michael Daney and Baptist Daney concerning heirs of Baptist Gendro. Names: Agatha Daney, Antoine Lahire, Antoine Montrauga, Jerome Daney, Joseph Daney, Capt. Francois Charloville, George Rogers Clark, Antoine Dufour, James Hughes, James Thompson.

20074-13-474-476-September 19, 1784: Power of attorney issued to Sidney Breese by Henry Bienvenue Sr., who was one of the heirs of law of Joseph Daney, who was a private in Capt. Francois Charloville volunteers of the American Revolutionary War. Henry Bienvenue Sr.'s mother was Marie Louise Daney, who was a daughter of Joseph Daney. Names: Antoine Dufour, James Hughes.

20075 -13-477-479-September 12, 1784: Power of attorney issued to Sid-ney Breese by Ursula Daney, widow of Pierre Lafleur, and daughter of Charles Daney and niece of Joseph Daney. Names: Antoine Dufour, James Hughes.

20076-13-480-481-August 28, 1784: Agreement made by Antoine Bienve-nue with Alex Eno and his wife Marianne Eno of Kaskaskia, Randolph County, Illinois. Power of attorney given to Sidney Breese of Kaskaskia to obtain claim for Antoine Bienvenue, who had been a private in Capt. Fran-cois Charloville company of volunteers. Names: ? Morrison, Antoine Du-four.

20077-13-482-485-September 29, 1834: Power of attorney issued to Sidney Breese by Joseph Toulose and Etienne Toulose, who were heirs in law of Joseph Bautille, who was called Toulose and who served as a private in Capt. Francois Charloville company of volunteers. Names: Antoine Du-four, James Hughes.

20078-13-486-488-September 15, 1834: Power of attorney issued to Sidney Breese by Baptiste Oliver and Cecile Toulose, who were heirs of law of Joseph Bautille, who was called Toulose and who served as a private in Capt. Francois Charloville company of volunteers. Names: Antoine Du-four, James Hughes.

20079-13-489-490-September 29, 1834: Baptist Barutell, a minor over the age of 14 years and of Randolph County, Illinois, selected Sidney Breese to be his guardian. Names: James Thompson.

20080-13-491-492-October 6, 1834: Sidney Breese selected as attorney by Ellen de Gagne, Regoine de Gagne, Marie de Geamio and another person.

20081-13-493-495-August 29, 1834: Baptiste Reaume and wife Theresa Daney selected Sidney Breese to obtain claim of Paul Reaume, who served as a private in Capt. Francois Charolville company of volunteers. Names: James Shields.

20082-13-496-497-August 30, 1834: Baptiste Montreauye of Randolph County, Illinois, who was heir of Baptist Montreauye, who served in Capt. Francois Charolville company of volunteers, selected Sidney Breese as attorney. Names: James Shields.

20083-13-498-499-September 1, 1834: William Rutherford, John Ruther-ford, William Holcomb, Mary Holcomb, James Rutherford, Moses Ruther-ford, Harvey Altman and Louisa Altman selected Sidney Breese as attorney to obtain claim for their deceased father Larkin Rutherford, who served as a private in the Illinois Regiment of George Rogers Clark.. Names: ? Murray.

20084-13-500-501 No Date: Unable to read.

20085-13-502-506-[1834]: Faded. Difficult to read. Agreement to select Sidney Breese as attorney. Names: Josiah Nichols and Elizabeth Nichols.

20086-13-507-508-September 13, 1834: Joseph Curry and Sarah Curry Beazley, widow of Richard Beazley, selected Sidney Breese as attorney for their claims of James Curry, who served as a private in the Illinois Regi-ment of George Rogers Clark. Unable to read a name.

20087-13-509-511-September 17, 1834: James Coumen and wife Charlotte Doyle of Randolph County, Illinois selected Sidney Breese as attorney for claims of John Doyle, who served as a private in the Illinois Regiment of George Rogers Clark. Names: James Hughes.

20088-13-512-513-September 15, 1834: John Doyle of Randolph County, Illinois selected Sidney Breese as attorney to obtain bounty land claim of John Doyle, who served as a private in the Illinois Regiment of George Rogers Clark. Names: Antoine Dufour.

20089-13-514-516-August 8, 1784: Julia Beauvais and Ursule Martin, who were widows, selected Sidney Breese as attorney to obtain claim of Bazele Allere, who served as a private in Capt. Francois Charloville company of volunteers. Names: Marie Therese Beauvais, Agnes Beauvais, Therese Daney, Joseph Daney, John Lasnil?, Julia Beauvais, James Hughes.

20090-13-517-519-September 30, 1834: Jacque Chaney of Randolph County, Illinois selected Sidney Breese as attorney to obtain claim of Garot Chaney, who served as a private in Capt. Francois Charloville company of volunteers. Names: Antoine Chaney, Louis and Hilaine Chaney. ? Menard.

20091-13-520-521-August 8, 1834: Antoine Montreauye and Baptiste Montreauye selected Sidney Breese as attorney for claim of Baptiste Mon-treauye, who served as a private in Capt. Francois Charloville company of volunteers.

20092-13-522-523-August 29, 1834: Cadet Geudro, Baptiste Geudro, An-toine Geudro, Henry Geudro selected Sidney Breese to be attorney to ob-tain claim for Jean Baptiste Geudro, who was a private in Capt. Francois Charolville company of volunteers. Names: Andre Charleville, unable to read other names.

20093-13-524-525-August 9, 1834: Antoine Caput, Nicholas Caput and others selected Sidney Breese to be attorney to obtain claim of Antoine Caput, who served as a private in Capt. Francois Charolville company of volunteers. Names: Unable to read some.

20094-13-526-527-September 1, 1834: Michael Felps and wife Ruth se-lected Sidney Breese to obtain claim of George Simpson, who served in the Illinois Regiment of George Rogers Clark. Names: Jacob Lunsford, unable to read a name.

20095-13-528-530-November 26, 1834: Sidney Breese selected as attorney for claim of Shadrack Bond, who served in Illinois Regiment of George Rogers Clark. Names: William Rutherford, Benjamin Scott, Mary Scott, William Scott, Clarissa Scott, William Garretson, Eliza Alexander, Wilson Alexander, Sarah Davis, Dennis Davis, Mary Garretson, S. W. Miles.

20096-13-531-532-November 28, 1834: Claim for service of Shadrack Bond, who served in Illinois Regiment of George Rogers Clark. Names: Sidney Breese, Robert Lender, John Garvin, James Garvin, Eliza Garvin, John Hughes.

20097-13-533-535-September 30, 1834: Power of attorney given to Sidney Breese for claim of Joseph Bautille, who was called Toulose and who served as a private in Capt. Francois Charloville company of volunteers. Names: Michael Lempe, Edward Doza, Antoine Doza, Antoine Dufour, James Hughes.

20098-13-536-537-September 30, 1834: Letters of guardianship of Edward and Antoine Doza of Randolph County, Illinois was given to Michael De-noupe. Names: Charles Thompson.

20099-13-538-539-September 2, 1834: Letters of guardianship of John Banuttel, [Bautille] Felix Banuttel, and Ulalie Banuttel were given to John Gibson of Randolph County, Illinois. Names: Charles Thompson.

20100-13-540-542-September 29, 1834: Power of attorney given to Sidney Breese for claim of Joseph Bautille, who was called Toulose. Difficult to read. Names: Felix Bautille, John Bautille, Ulalie Bautille, Antoine Dufour.

20101-13-543-545-October 1, 1834: Power of attorney given to Sidney Breese for claim of Joseph Bautille, who was also Toulose and who served as a private in Capt. Francois Charloville company of volunteers. Names: Belloni Deoupe, Odeal Bautille, Antoine Dufour, James Hughes.

20102-13-546-547-October 7, 1834: Power of attorney given to Sidney Breese for claim of Captain Francois Charloville, who was a captain of volunteer company during the Revolution. Names: Jean Baptist Maisplais, Joseph Maisplais, Marie Louise Charloville [Charleville], George Rogers Clark, James Hughes.

20103-13-548-549-October 5, 1834: Power of attorney given to Sidney Breese for claim of Louis Leguin. Names: Antoine Dufour, James Hughes.

20104-13-550-551-September 8, 1834: Faded. Names: Henry Vander-burgh, Philip LeGras, Marie LeGras. Reference to Knox County, Illinois.

20105-13-552-555-October 6, 1791: Testimony and statements of John Price Jones of Vincennes in the County of Knox of the territory of the United States northwest of the Ohio River concerning probate of the estate of Jean Marie and Philip LeGras.

20106-13-556-558-May 27, 1797: Thomas M. Fisher who was appointed the attorney of John Price Jones indicated Moses Austin of Wythe County, Virginia was appointed to serve as attorney for John Price Jones.

20107-13-559-561-May 27, 1797: Names: Hilary Baker, mayor of Phila-delphia; Thomas Fisher, John Price Jones.

20108-13-562-565-October 2, 1835: Faded. Petition to the Governor of the Commonwealth of Virginia. Names: Baptist Janis, George Rogers Clark, Francois Charloville, unable to read some names.

20109-13-566-October 4, 1834: Power of attorney given to Sidney Breese. Names: Antoine Buyatte, Louise Toulouse, Noel Maisplais, Mary Tou-louse, Joseph Bautille, Capt. Francois Charloville, Antoine Toulouse, James Hughes.

20110-13-567-569-November 5, 1834: Testimony of Joseph Page, an aged and respected citizen of Kaskaskia, who knew Joseph Bautille, who was called Toulouse. Names: Capt. Francois Charloville, Noel Maisplais, Bap-tist Oliver,

20110-13-567-569-November 5, 1834-Continued: Bellow Denoupe, An-toine Buyatt, Joseph Doza, Etienne Denoupe, Baptist Denoupe, Sam Leguine, Baptist Janis, James Thompson.

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