Certification of payments; Militia of Clarke County Kentucky

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Date January 25, 1798
Author Name William Simmons (primary) Location: Accountants Office
Recipient Name James McHenry (primary)
Summary Certification that $1463.03 is due two detachments of militia under Lieutenant John McIntire and Ensign Jacob Woodward and the scouts employed in the protection of the frontiers of Clarke County Kentucky, called into service by Governor Isaac Shelby conforming to the instructions of the Secretary of War, being for their services from April 20 to October 10, 1795, payable to Thomas Bale Randall, substitute attorney for militia of scouts.
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Related Persons/Groups James McHenry; William Simmons; Lieutenant John McIntire; Ensign Jacob Woodward; Governor Isaac Shelby; Secretary of War; Lieutenant John McIntire; Ensign Jacob Woodward; accountant; Thomas Bale Randall; substitute attorney; militia of scouts; detachment of militia; ;
Related Places frontiers; Accountants Office; Clarke County Kentucky; War Office; Philadelphia; ;
Keywords services; pay; payment of militia; ;
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