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April 6, 1799 Requests Speedy Resolution of Major Freeman's Accounts James McHenry William Simmons Reports that Major Constant Freeman has had problems settling his account. Deems such inconsistent behavior improper. Requests that Freeman's expenses be adjusted for his activity in Georgia.
December 31, 1796 Account Current No.12. Constant Freeman [not available] Accounts of Constant Freeman. Details of monies spent, paid to troops and officers, and cash received.
October 13, 1797 Enclosed letter of Constant Freeman William Simmons James McHenry Major Constant Freeman detained in Philadelphia due to lack of funds to discharge the warrants issued to him.
October 15, 1794 Payment to Ezekiel Freeman salary as agent for war department state of Georgia Constant Freeman Joseph Howell Constant Freeman requests payment of $156 to his brother Ezekiel.
December 24, 1800 Major Constant Freeman's claims Samuel Dexter Constant Freeman This letter requests a copy of Major Freeman's "claim as a refugee from Canada under the act of 7th April 1798." Major Freeman's original claim was destroyed in the fire that consumed the War Department. Major Freeman's request for double rations was approved.
October 15, 1794 Payment to Ezekiel Freeman on account of Constant Freeman salary as agent for war department state of Georgia Constant Freeman Joseph Howell Receipt for payment to Ezekiel Freeman on account of Constant Freeman salary as an agent for the War Department in the state of Georgia.
June 25, 1798 Letter from the Accountant of the War Department William Simmons Nehemiah Freeman Simmons informs Freeman that his pay and muster rolls are received. Reports on Constant Freeman's whereabouts. Constant and Nehemiah Freeman are brothers.
July 15, 1789 Knox replies to Captain Constant Freeman Henry Knox Constant Freeman Letter, advises re federal appointment.
August 17, 1793 Appointment of Captain Constant Freeman as agent for War Department for Troops in Georgia Henry Knox Henry Gaither Knox informs Major Gaither that Captain Constant Freeman has been appointed as agent of War Department for troops in Georgia. Asks that Gaither afford Freeman all assistance in exercise of duty. Stresses that every part of public administration be conducted with republican economy
August 10, 1794 Letter Citation Constant Freeman Joseph Howell Cited in Howell to Freeman 09/05/1794. Letter from Constant Freeman, agent to the Creek Indians, to Joseph Howell, accountant at the War Department.
May 8, 1794 Recommendation for appointment Henry Jackson Henry Knox Henry Jackson recommends to the Secretary of War Capt. Constant Freeman for appointment in corps of artillery/
May 1, 1797 Pay, Subsistence, & Forage of Major Constant Freeman of the Corps of Artillerists and Engineers William Simmons James McHenry Certification that $1837.69 is due Major Constant Freeman of the Corps of Artillerists and Engineers, being his pay, subsistence, and forage from May 11, 1795, the date of his acceptance, through April 1797.
January 30, 1797 Estimate from Freeman William Simmons James McHenry Cover letter for an estimate from Constant Freeman, agent for the War Department in Georgia.
October 23, 1795 Letter from James Seagrove Creek Indian Agent, to William Simmons on delivery of money to Captain Constant Freeman James Seagrove William Simmons Seagrove informs Simmons that he encloses Captain Constant Freeman's receipt for $40,000. Reports that it was fortunate he met Freeman, as the money was wanted.
May 11, 1797 Salary, Subsistence, & Forage of Constant Freeman, Agent for War Department William Simmons James McHenry Certification that $257.92 is due Constant Freeman, Agent for the War Department, being his salary, subsistence, and forage from March 1 to May 11, 1797.
December 24, 1794 Constant Freeman's Receipt John Matthews Joseph Howell Matthews encloses to Howell Constant Freeman's receipt for the sum of $1,802 being for the money transmitted in bank bills.
April 15, 1799 Certification of payments; Constant Freeman as Major of Artillerists and Engineers William Simmons James McHenry Certification of payments; $1588.89 to Constant Freeman as Major of Artillerists and Engineers, settlement of account, pay and forage.
April 15, 1796 Receipts of Constant Freeman and Ensign Torrans Daniel Stevens William Simmons Stevens has received Simmons' letter acknowledging receipt of Constant Freeman for $28,320 and also the receipt of Ensign Torrans, acting for Captain Kalteisen, for $716.53.
February 10, 1794 Statement of Account for Regular Troops Constant Freeman Joseph Howell Constant Freeman enclosed account information for the payment of the garrison at Fort Fidius. Balance in hand of Freeman was not accurate due to advances made to Indian Department. Credit to account of Dr. Dalcho. Freeman requested money to pay garrison and also that the request be mentioned to the Secretary of War.
December 6, 1796 Extract of Letter from the Secretary of War to Major Freeman Requesting Appointment John Stagg [not available] Extract of a letter from the Secretary of War to Major Constant Freeman requesting appointment of proper person to execute orders given to Freeman during his absence.
February 17, 1795 Delivery of money from James Seagrove to Captain Constant Freeman James Seagrove Joseph Howell James Seagrove Creek Indian Agent, informs Howell that he has delivered $11,407.63 to Constant Freeman , Agent of Department of War. Seagrove explains that the money was with him for an extended period of time because of Captain Freeman's presence on the frontier.
August 29, 1794 Letters to Constant Freeman and John Matthews Joseph Howell John Habersham Enclosed are letters to Constant Freeman and John Matthews that should be forwarded to them at the first opportunity.
December 8, 1800 Letter to the Accountant of the War Department Constant Freeman Samuel Dexter Letter from Major Constant Freeman to Samuel Dexter, Secretary of War. Citation only.
October 11, 1797 Certification of payments due; pay, subsistence, & forage of Major Freeman William Simmons James McHenry Pay of $427 to Constant Freeman of Artillerists and Engineers for subsistence and forage.
November 2, 1799 We Are in Want of Almost Everything Constant Freeman Samuel Hodgdon DeBerger is currently in the hospital but probably only has a cold. The clothing will be very acceptable since most of the men are in want. Freeman has recently made a general return of all the ordnance and stores which will assist General Pinckney in his application for supplies. Freeman observes that they are in want of almost everything.