Governor Blount's Observations on the Rolls of Seven Officers

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Date March 22, 1794
Author Name William Blount (primary) Location: Knoxville
Recipient Name David Henley (primary)
Summary Blount sends Henley the muster rolls of seven officers, but he argues that the service of the named officers was so brief that paying them is not justified.
Document Format Contemporary Copy of Letter Signed
Document Notes Enclosed in Henley to Howell, 08/20/1794.
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Related Persons/Groups David Henley; William Blount; officers; agent war department; Joseph Howell; accountant; Captain Beard; Captain Ewing; Captain Mannisee; Captain McGauchey; Captain Tedford; Captain Cozby; Cherokee Nation; Chiefs of Cherokee; lower Cherokees; Secretary of War; non commissioned officers; privates; militia; Henry Knox; Colonel David Henley; Captain McGauhay; Bull Run Blockhouse; marauding parties; Leonard; ;
Related Places Tennessee; Philadelphia; Southwestern Territory; lower towns; Knoxville;
Keywords muster rolls; payrolls; services; appointment; militia service; wounded; ;
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