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Date Title Author Recipient Summary
August 14, 1799 Pay of Detachment Protecting Gallipolis Francis D'Hebecourt William Simmons D'Hebecourt acknowledges receipt of $1,993.27, being for the pay of himself and the detachment of militia under his command called into service for the protection of Gallipolis from October 11, 1794 until April 30, 1795.
March 25, 1795 Militia for Protection of Muskingum and Gallipolis Timothy Pickering Rufus Putnam Enclosed copy of letter to Gov. St. Clair, if he is absent Pickering requested Putnam's advice to be given to Sproat relative to the number of militia necessary to guard settlements around the Muskingum river and Gallipolis.
March 11, 1793 Returns of men at Legion Ville and Gallipolis Caleb Swan Joseph Howell Returns of men at Legion Ville and Gallipolis based on information the paymaster could collect at Legion Ville relative to Captain Guion's detachment.
September 5, 1795 Confirms receipt of pay records William Simmons Francis D'Hebecourt Confirms receipt of a letter from Capt. D'Hebecourt containing the pay records for the militia of Gallipolis.
February 3, 1797 Pay of the Scouts of Washington County William Simmons James McHenry Certification that $2656.66 is due the Scouts of Washington County N.W.T., being their pay for protecting the frontiers of Marietta, Belle Pre, Waterford, and Gallipolis between September 1, 1795 and March 20, 1796, the date of their discharge.
April 1793 New & Improved Fortfications are Absolutely Necessary Rufus Putnam Henry Knox Putnam discusses the improvement of current fortifications and the erection of new ones for the protection of frontier inhabitants and accomodation of the troops of the garrison at Gallipolis.
April 22, 1796 Forwarding of Money for Pay of Militia Francis D'Hebecourt William Simmons Regarding directions to Mr. Wheelen and Mr. Miller to forward money of militia. Will set out to Gallipolis to pay men; receipts to be forwarded.
April 7, 1797 Reimbursement Isaac Craig James McHenry McHenry received the request for reimbursement of militia for goods not supplied while in service at Gallipolis and has made a settlement with Doc. Petit. However McHenry refused to settle Doctors claim for compensation prior to dates outlined in letter.
January 4, 1794 Accounts of Doctor Pettit Joseph Howell Doctor William Shippen Howell encloses the accounts of Dr. Pettit of Gallipolis for Shippen's inspection.
July 7, 1795 Simmons discusses pay, finance and accounting with Captain De Habecourt William Simmons Francis De Hebecourt William Simmons informs Capt. Frances De Habecourt that the funds in his possession are for disbursement as payment to the militia called into service by Colonel Ebenezer Sproat for the protection of Gallipolis from 11 October 1794 to 30 April 1795.
July 6, 1795 Pay of Captain Francis Dhebecourt and Militia William Simmons Timothy Pickering Simmons certifies that $1,933.27 is due Captain Francis D'hebecourt and a detachment of Militia under his command, being their pay for service in the defense of the settlement of Gallipolis, Ohio from October 1794 through April 1795.
January 6, 1792 Knox speaks of issues related to the defeat at Wabash with Sargent Henry Knox Winthrop Sargent Letter, alludes to St. Clair's campaign defeat; discusses protection of settlements on the frontiers.
November 26, 1790 On the building of forts on the Miami of the lake; French settlers at Gallipolis; lack of provisions Arthur St. Clair Henry Knox St. Clair had discussed the advisability of building a fort on the Miami of the Lake, in case of success by the military expedition, but Knox turned him down because of concern over costs. St. Clair says not so great a force would have been necessary. Indians cannot concentrate for long because they do not have any economy with provisions. Discusses British support of the Indians with ammunition....
March 24, 1797 Payment for Troops Isaac Craig James McHenry Letter regarding claim of militia at Gallipolis for rations and provisions delivered by Doc. Petit. Craig will settle accounts with Capt. D'Hebecourt, but requests additional information on dates of service/disbandment of militia.
March 17, 1793 Return of the names of Captain Guion detachment Campbell Smith Isaac Guion Enclosed papers compared with returns of adjutant general's office, were all the information the paymaster could collect at Legion Ville relative to Captain Guion's detachment at Gallipolis. This is return of names of detachment of Captain William Lewis's company, gone to Gallipolis under Captain Guion.
January 16, 1795 Postal recommendations Timothy Pickering Rufus Putnam Making postal recommendations; sending a canoe to meet Boat No. 3 from Gallipolis. Seeking to provide constant employment for mail carriers and punctual delivery of mail. Recommendations made in lieu of the Postmaster General.
November 17, 1795 Pay of the Militia and Scouts of Washington County, Territory of the United States William Simmons Timothy Pickering Simmons certifies that $3,883.80 is due the Militia and Scouts of Washington County, Territory of the United States, for their protection of Marietta, Bellepre, Waterford, and Gallipolis between October 11, 1794 and September 1, 1795.
April 17, 1795 Indian Goods to be Forwarded Isaac Craig Timothy Pickering Letter regarding clothing at Galliopolis received. Will attempt to forward personal property to Lieut. Monnet. O'Hara advised sending Indian goods to Fort Franklin and that he would submit documents to the Treasury for reimbursement on his trip to Philadelphia.
December 24, 1791 Burnham resigns his commission to Knox John Burnham Henry Knox Letter, alludes to St. Clair's campaign defeat; advises Knox of resignation; alludes to Ohio land company, Scioto company. Burnham had been sent to Gallipolis to oversee construction of log houses and block houses for the French settlers known as the "French Five Hundred."
July 20, 1793 Movement of Troops; Safeguarding of Letters for Commander in Chief Henry Knox Isaac Craig Mentions his direction to Lieutenant Colonel Clarke to make provisions to send troops. Supposes that detachments at Marrietta and Gallipolis must have their boats with them. Captain Pratt's detachment must wait at Pittsburg. Asks that enclosed letters be forwarded by express boat. Directs that the carrier not suffer them to be taken, or destroy.
November 11, 1793 Pay of Guion's Detachment Caleb Swan Joseph Howell Enclosed is the receipt roll of the men under Capt. [Isaac] Guion at Gallipolis for the money sent to him from Legionville by order of General [Anthony] Wayne for the pay of his detachment for the second half of 1792.
January 12, 1796 Pay of D'Hebecourt's Detachment Francis D'Hebecourt William Simmons D'Hebecourt informs Simmons that he will pay his men and send Simmons their receipts.
October 20, 1795 The Rolls of My Detachment of Militia, Etc. Francis D. Hebecourt William Simmons Enclosed are the rolls of Hebecourt's detachment of militia. He has been power of attorney so asked to be paid the amount for two month's service and he will immediately forward the receipts of his men.
June 11, 1796 Receipts under examination William Simmons Francis De Hebecourt Acknowledges receipt of De Hebecourt's "receipt roll" which will be examined and any credit placed to his account on the War Department books.
July 23, 1792 Knox informs Sargent that President is aware of his decision Henry Knox Winthrop Sargent Letter, Knox informs Sargent that his decision to decline the post of Adjutant was passed to the President.