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January 23, 1797 Pay & Subsistence of Captain John Heth of the 3rd US Regiment William Simmons James McHenry Certification that $80 is due Captain John Heth of the 3rd US Regiment, being the balance of his pay and subsistence through December 1796.
May 8, 1795 William Simmons discusses pay, finance and accounting with Captain Heth William Simmons John Heth William Simmons notifies Captain John Heth that errors have been detected in his accounts. Simmons instructs Heth on proper record keeping.
May 11, 1798 Articles to be Forewarded to Captain Heth Tarlton Bates Samuel Hodgdon Hodgdon is asked to transmit to Captain John Heth, on the Mississippi, a bill of the articles requested by Major Craig to be purchased for Heth and forwarded to him.
September 14, 1799 Captain John Heth subsistence account John Heth [not available] Captain John Heth, 3rd U.S. Regiment, subsistence account from July 1798 to August 1799.
July 17, 1792 Request for funds from Captain John Heth John Heth Joseph Howell Captain Heth writes to the paymaster general that he has been constantly on the march since January, to such an expense that it has depleted his funds. He asks for money. He notes that he has not received any pay or subsistence since he last settled.
June 27, 1794 Deficiencies in John Heth's Account Joseph Howell John Heth Capt. Heth is notified that the deficiencies of his vouchers prevents a final settlement of his account.
March 4, 1794 Pay for Captain Heth's Recruits Joseph Howell John Heth The sum of $355.80 is remitted to Capt John Heth, Winchester Virginia, for the pay due his recruits for nine months in 1793.
March 14, 1793 Clothing for Heth's Company John Stagg Samuel Hodgdon Hodgdon is directed to have packed up and transported by water to Richmond in Virginia clothing for Captain John Heth's company of infantry. He is recruiting at that rendezvous and requests twenty suits of uniform clothing complete.
September 11, 1799 Money due to Captain Heth of 3rd Regiment Caleb Swan James McHenry Captain Heth has a balance due him for subsistence; awaits directions.
December 29, 1794 Alterations in the Account of Capt. John Heth Joseph Howell John Heth After restating Capt. Heth's account, there appears to be a balance of $67.43 in his favor after sundry alterations have been made.
May 7, 1794 Pay and Subsistence for Capt. John Heth Joseph Howell John Heth The Treasurer will remit to George Gale, Supervisor of Revenue at Baltimore, funds to be paid to Capt. Heth for his pay and subsistence and additional funds for the expenses related to the march of his detachment to Pittsburgh.
May 16, 1793 Equipping Heth's Recruits John Stagg Samuel Hodgdon Hodgdon is directed to send to Richmond in Virginia, thirty suits of infantry clothing, thirty knapsacks, and six common tents for Captain John Heth's recruits. Heth's recruits are ordered to march.
April 29, 1794 Clothing and Tents for Heth's Recruits John Stagg Samuel Hodgdon Tents and infantry clothing should be sent to Captain John Heth at Winchester in Virginia for his recruits who are marching to the frontier. Captain [Nicholas] Hannah at Alexandria is ordered to send his troops to Winchester to march under Heth and they will also need tents.
September 14, 1799 Receipt of Captain John Heth for the recruiting service John Heth Caleb Swan Receipt of Captain John Heth; payment of $14 for the recruiting service
March 4, 1794 Pay for Captain Heth's Recruits Joseph Howell Edward Carrington Carrington is remitted the sum of $355.80 to be paid to Captain John Heth, Winchester Virginia, for the pay due his recruits for nine months in 1793.
June 20, 1795 William Simmons discusses pay, finance and accounting with Capt. Heth William Simmons John Heth William Simmons confirms receipt of pay vouchers sent by Captain John Heth of Fort Franklin.
July 23, 1792 Letter from Captain John Heth to Paymaster Joseph Howell concerning balance of payment John Heth Joseph Howell Captain Heth encloses a receipt for $76 received, which is all he has received of the $200 sent by Ensign Younghusband of the recruiting service. Younghusband is in Virginia or North Carolina. When he returns, Heth will get a receipt. In post script, clerk B. Millflin notes that on 17 April 1792 a warrant for $200 was paid to Ensign Younghusband to be carried to Captain Heth.
November 10, 1800 Items to John Wilkins, Quarter Master General, for Captain Heth, Recruiting in Philadelphia Samuel Hodgdon John Harris Letter, directs delivery of sundry items to John Wilkins, Quarter Master General, for Captain Heth, recruiting in Philadelphia.
December 5, 1796 Pay of Private Hack, Captain John Heth's Company 3rd Sub Legion William Simmons James McHenry Simmons certifies that $52 is due Private John Hack of Captain John Heth's Company 3rd Sub Legion, being his pay from October 1795 through October 1796.
January 19, 1794 Letter Citation John Heth Joseph Howell Cited in Howell to Heth 01/31/1794
August 24, 1794 Letter Citation John Heth Joseph Howell Cited in Howell to Heth 12/29/1794.
May 23, 1797 Letter Citation John Heth William Simmons Cited in Simmons to Heth, 06/19/1797.
January 23, 1797 Settlement of Captain Heth's account William Simmons John Steele Requests a transfer of one thousand dollars from the Treasury account books to the books of the War Office for the settlement of the account of Captain John Heth for conducting Indians to Philadelphia. Cited in Steele to Simmons, 01/26/1797.
December 7, 1795 Settling Captain Heth's Account John Heth William Simmons Captain Heth encloses the duplicate receipt rolls for the pay of his detachment. He has been informed that his accounts are under examination and that the balance due him will soon be forwarded. He informs Simmons that he will soon be on furlough in Richmond and will then go Philadelphia to settle his account.
July 19, 1794 Pay and Subsistence of Captain Heth and His Detachment Joseph Howell Henry Knox In addition to the estimate for two month's pay, subsistence, and forage for General Wayne's troops, additional funds will be required for Captain Heth and his detachment and for the pay, subsistence, and forage for the troops in Georgia.