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March 19, 1787 Account of Doctor Middleton John Pierce Doctor Basil Middleton Advises Dr. Middleton that he has no record of service after January 1, 1783 so he is not eligible for specie pay for 1783. Based on his subsistence accounts, Middleton owes the U.S. $8.
July 20, 1787 Doctor Middleton's claims Doctor Basil Middleton John Pierce Doctor Middleton discusses his claims with the Commissioner of Army Accounts and Paymaster General.
June 29, 1787 Doctor Middleton's claim and absence of Pierce and Howell John Pierce Caleb Swan Doctor Middleton's claim cannot be granted on his present certificates. Pierce will write him and enclose copy of Colonel Carrington certificate. Hopes business in office goes on well, that Pierce's presence can be dispensed with for a long time, that Howell will soon join Swan.
June 1, 1787 Appointment for Howell; request for Swan; Doctor Bard Middleton claims John Pierce Joseph Howell Mentions that he asked the Board of Treasury to give Howell an appointment. Asks that Howell prevail on the Boards to let Caleb Swan join Pierce. Doctor Bard Middleton claims pay but cannot make it appear that he is entitled to it; says that Colonel Carrington knows he was on duty in South Carolina to the end of the war.
March 5, 1787 Letter Citation Doctor Basil Middleton John Pierce Cited in Pierce to Middleton, 03/19/1787.
May 25, 1787 Request for certificate Doctor Basil Middleton Edward Carrington Letter from Doctor Middleton to Edward Carrington at New York, discussing certificates and other matters.
June 29, 1787 Certificate needed John Pierce Doctor Basil Middleton Informs Doctor Middleton that Colonel Carrington has stated that he must procure a certificate from his former commanding officer, in order to fully established that he served in South Carolina in 1763.
June 19, 1787 Regarding whereabouts of Doctor Basil Middleton for purposes of pay for 1783 Caleb Swan John Pierce Informs that Joseph Howell obtained permission of the Board of Treasury to remain in Philadelphia until to trial of the person confined in jail for passing bad certificates. Encloses copy of Doctor Basil Middleton's letter to Colonel Carrington and certificate showing he was in South Carolina in 1783. Not sufficient to grant pay. He was not returned in arrangement of Virginia line 1783....
April 22, 1790 Claim of Doctor Middleton Joseph Howell Henry Knox Report of the investigation into the claims of Doctor Basil Middleton's petition for half pay for service as a surgeon in the Virginia Continental Line during the Revolutionary War.
June 1, 1787 Letter from the Commissioner of Army Accounts John Pierce Joseph Howell Letter from the Commissioner of Army Accounts and Paymaster General; mentions auditors papers and Doctor Middleton. Pierce has written a favorable letter to the Board of Treasury on Howell's behalf.
March 18, 1789 Certification of Service for Dr. Bazil Middleton James Woods Unknown Recipient Certifies that Bazil Middleton was appointed a surgeon in the Virginia Line beginning in 1777 and continued to act as such until the British occupation of Charleston in 1780, when he joined the Southern Army. Clough Shelton - commissioned officer at that time of the Virginia Line - confirms this fact.
March 19, 1787 Accounts of several officers John Pierce Andrew Dunscomb The Commissioner of Army Accounts discusses the accounts of several officers, including Lieutenant Mosely, Captain Fitzgerald, Colonel Wallace, Colonel Ball, and Dr. Middleton.
February 26, 1799 John Middleton's Service Record James McHenry William Simmons McHenry asks Simmons to check the records and determine if John Middleton served in Lee's Legion during the war.
December 10, 1798 Proving the Swords at Middleton Samuel Hodgdon James McHenry Hodgdon believes that Mr. Orr is qualified to go to Middleton to prove the swords made by Mr. Starr but, if he not acceptable, Mr. Annelly can also be recommended.
July 7, 1786 General correspondence Doctor Joseph Savage Thomas Parker Doctor Savage writes Doctor Parker on various matters, including service.
1785 Certification of payment; Samuel Middleton, Constable, for apprehending deserter William Simmons Timothy Pickering Simmons certifies that Samuel Middleton, Constable, is due ten dollars for apprehending Michael Connor, deserter from Mud Island, commanded by Captain James Gamble.
March 8, 1797 Pay of Lieutenant Daniel Bissell and Captain Edward Miller and the men under his command at Middleton, Connecticut William Simmons James McHenry Certification that $138.13 is due Lieutenant Daniel Bissell and Captain Edward Miller and the men under his command at Middleton, Connecticut, being his and their pay for February 1797.
December 28, 1798 Receipt of Middleton Mackey Middleton Mackey [not available] Payment in full for services as interpreter.
September 5, 1797 Certification of payments due; pay of Captain Miller & Recruits William Simmons James McHenry Certification that $88.52 is due Captain Edward Miller and the recruits under his command at Middleton Connecticut, being his and their pay for August 1797.
May 5, 1798 Seeks Instructions to Post Note with Bank of the US and Dispersion of Funds John Chester William Simmons Letter, seeks instructions regarding post note of the Bank of the United States.
August 2, 1787 Mr. Pierce's request regarding Doctor Bond Joseph Howell Edward Williams Mr. Pierce says Doctor Bond has requested attention to claim of Doctor David Gould, who is charged with 2400 pounds. Information is sent for Williams' government.
July 6, 1797 Pay of Captain Miller & Recruits at Middletown, Connecticut William Simmons James McHenry Certification that $68.73 is due Captain Edward Miller, being the pay of himself and the recruits under his command stationed at Middleton Connecticut, for June 1797.
April 2, 1789 Order for payment from James Wilkinson James Wilkinson Colonel Patterson Orders to pay doctor for services.
September 10, 1792 Assignment of Doctor Thomas Fairly Henry Knox [not available] Doctor Thomas Fairly assigned to service in Georgia to remain with troops.
May 11, 1784 Inability to certify a doctor's pay John Pierce Charles McKnight John Pierce encloses a letter to Doctor McKnight indicating his inability to certify the doctor's pay for 1781.