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July 22, 1794 Pay of Mrs. Isabel Pike Joseph Howell Isabel Pike One month's pay of Capt. Zebulon Pike will be conveyed to Mrs. Pike by Jonathan Dayton and, according to Capt. Pike's instructions, a forty dollar monthly payment will be made to Mrs. Pike for each of the next three months.
July 22, 1794 Payment of Mrs. Pike Joseph Howell Jonathan Dayton Instructions for payment of Mrs. Pike.
June 19, 1794 Capt. Zebulon Pike' Pay Transmitted to Mrs. Pike Joseph Howell Isabel Pike One hundred sixty dollars have so far been transmitted to Mrs. Pike, in accordance with the wishes of Capt. Pike to provide for his family.
August 2, 1801 Regarding the Appointment of Pike to Pay Master James Wilkinson Samuel Vance Discusses the necessity of appointing Pike pay master, and asks if he would oppose transferring Pike to his company. Visited home after a perilous voyage, but he is in good health.
August 20, 1794 Pay for Isabel Pike Joseph Howell Isabel Pike Forty dollars, Capt. Zebulon Pike's pay for January 1794, is remitted to Aaron Dunham, Supervisor at Trenton, to be paid to Mrs. Pike despite the lack of instructions from Capt. Pike regarding the disposition of his pay.
December 5, 1791 An Advance for Mrs. Pike Joseph Howell Mrs. Pike Howell has received a letter from Capt. [Zebulon] Pike informing him that he is in perfect health and asking Howell to advance to Mrs. Pike sixty to eighty dollars with the idea that he will require two or three month's advance pay to get home. Mr. Dayton has been asked to transmit seventy dollars to Mrs. Pike, for which a receipt will be required.
February 23, 1796 Pay Relinquished by Captain Zebulon Pike William Simmons James McHenry Simmons certifies that $300 is due Captain Zebulon Pike, being the balance of his pay relinquished from Aug. 1, 1793 to Aug. 31, 1795, which sum is payable to Jesse Hunt, attorney to Captain Pike.
February 4, 1794 Transmittal of Pay due Capt. Zebulon Pike Joseph Howell Aaron Dunham The sum of $80 pay due Mrs. Isobel Pike should be transmitted immediately as Mrs. Pike and her family are in utmost distress.
June 21, 1798 Letter from the Accountant of the War Department William Simmons Aaron Dunham Simmons directs Dunham to provide the authority under which he made expenditures.
March 16, 1799 Certification of payments; Captain Zebulon Pike William Simmons James McHenry Certification of payments; $280 to Captain Zebulon Pike, 3d Regiment, balance of pay.
October 29, 1794 Pay for Captain Zebulon Pike Joseph Howell Aaron Dunham Informs Aaron Dunham, Supervisor in Trenton, that the Treasurer will remit him the sum of 80 dollars for pay due to Capt. Zebulon Pike for February and March 1794.
October 29, 1794 Pay for Capt. Zebulon Pike's Wife Joseph Howell Isabel Pike Eighty dollars has been remitted to Aaron Dunham, Supervisor at Trenton, being two month's pay for Capt. Zebulon Pike, that will be transmitted to his wife, Isabel Pike.
February 4, 1794 Pay Due Capt. Zebulon Pike Joseph Howell Isabel Pike The Secretary of War has directed a remittance, through Aaron Dunham, of $80 pay due to Zebulon Pike for two month's service in 1793.
November 29, 1794 Major Stagg writes to Major Craig John Stagg Isaac Craig Major Stagg introduces Mrs. Zebulon Pike to Major Craig. Mrs. Pike is traveling west to be with her husband. Captain Pike is serving with General Wayne.
August 20, 1794 Pay Due Mrs. Isabel Pike Joseph Howell Aaron Dunham The Treasurer will remit to Dunham $40 pay due Capt. Zebulon Pike for January 1794 to be paid to Mrs. Isabel Pike.
July 22, 1794 Pay for Mrs. Isabel Pike Joseph Howell Aaron Dunham The Treasurer will remit forty dollars to Dunham for pay due Capt. Zebulon Pike to be transmitted to Jonathan Dayton who will pay Mrs. Isabel Pike.
July 22, 1794 Pay for Mrs. Zebulon Pike Joseph Howell Jonathan Dayton Forty dollars has been remitted to Aaron Dunham, Supervisor at Trenton, to be transmitted by Dayton to Mrs. Isabel Pike, being the pay for December 1793 of her husband, Zebulon Pike.
February 10, 1798 Certification of payments; account of Lieutenant Sterret and pay of Zebulon Pike William Simmons James McHenry Certification that $423.70 is due Lieutenant James Sterret, Paymaster to the 1st Battalion of the Corps of Artillerists and Engineers, being the balance of payments made by him to the officers Captain Thomas Pasteur, Captain Zebulon Pike, Surgeon's Mate John Hammell, and his own pay, subsistence, and forage as Lieutenant Adjutant and Paymaster, through December 1797.
May 22, 1793 Settlement of account of Captain Zebulon Pike Joseph Howell Auditor of Treasury Settlement of account: United States and Captain Zebulon Pike, late of Colonel Moylan's Regiment.
November 15, 1798 Certification of payments; John Myers, late a private in Captain Zebulon Pike’s company William Simmons James McHenry Certification of payments; $72.58 pay to John Myers, late a private in Captain Zebulon Pike’s company
November 26, 1792 Order from War Office to deliver arms, clothing and drumheads to Lieutenant Reed for Captain Zebulon Pike's Company John Stagg Samuel Hodgdon Order from War Office to deliver to Lieutenant Reed for Captain Zebulon Pike's Company at Trenton, sixty pairs of woolen [illegible], and [illegible] drum heads.
August 19, 1787 Account of Zebulon Pike; counterfeited certificates Thomas O'Hara Joseph Howell Mr. Nicholson wants to know if anything is due to Captain Zebulon Pike on settlement of accounts of 4th Regiment of Dragoons. Expects to be called by grand jury to assist in counterfeit case.
June 3, 1795 Pay of Private Robert Johnston, late of Captain Zebulon Pike's Company William Simmons Timothy Pickering Simmons certifies that $28.10 is due Private Robert Johnston, late of Capt. Zebulon Pike's Company of 3rd Sub Legion, being the balance of his pay from May 1792 to July 1793, being left sick at Carlisle and Bedford during that time.
May 20, 1793 Tents for Pike's, Sedam's, & Kersey's Recruits John Stagg Samuel Hodgdon Hodgdon is directed to send to Trenton with all possible dispatch to the care of Abraham Hunt, contractor, ten common tents to accommodate the troops of Captain Zebulon Pike and Captain Sedam on their march from Philadelphia to Pittsburgh. Also deliver to Captain William Kersey five common tents for the use of his recruits about to march from Philadelphia.
September 21, 1794 Going Down to My Husband Isabel Pike Joseph Howell Mrs. PIke asks for an advance of $120 so that she can take her children to visit her husband.