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September 28, 1786 Petition of George Thompson John Pierce Charles Thomson The Commissioner for Settling the Accounts of the late Army has reported on the petition of George Thompson.
November 25, 1796 Captain Thompson's Accounts William Simmons Alexander Thompson Simmons has received Captain Thompson's accounts which will be placed under examination. Thompson should forward the receipt rolls for the payments to his men so that they can be included in the General Accounts.
September 19, 1800 Contracts with Edward Thompson Purveyor's Office Samuel Dexter Describes the process of establishing a contract with Mr. Thompson.
September 28, 1786 Report on General William Thompson John Pierce Unknown Recipient Report on General William Thompson along with account information, by the Commissioner of Army Accounts and Paymaster General. Mentions rations, medicine, and other provisions, along with personal expenses paid to Indians.
August 7, 1787 Return of the Troops, Resignation and Nomination Josiah Harmar Benjamin Franklin Encloses a return of the Pennslyvania Troops. Captain Finney wishes to retire from service, which opens up a vacancy for an ensign. Harmar recommends Robert Thompson, son of the late General Thompson, for the position.
December 12, 1797 Account of Capt. Thompson Robert Thompson William Simmons Capt. Thompson denies that there are mistakes in his account because he has never had any monies of Daniel Britt. Perhaps he has been mistaken for Lt. Robert Thompson of the 1st Regiment whose paymaster, Mr. Britt, may have been responsible for the error.
August 14, 1799 Letter from the Accountant of the War Department William Simmons Nicholas Fish Simmons authorizes Fish to make payment to Mrs. Amelia Thompson. Mrs. Thompson is receiving the pay of her husband, Capt. Alexander Thompson.
February 20, 1795 Pay of Captain Thompson & His Men Joseph Howell Alexander Thompson The Treasurer has remitted a sum to Nicholas Fish to be delivered to Captain Thompson, being the pay of himself and his men through December 1794.
May 16, 1800 Compensation of David Thompson James McHenry William Simmons David Thompson, who acted as a recorder at a Court of Inquiry held at Fort Niagara by order of Major General Hamilton, should be compensated. If there is no rule that applies to his case, Simmons should act according to his judgement.
January 25, 1796 Accounts of David Thompson and Yelverton Peyton William Simmons Caleb Swan War Accountant transmits to the Paymaster General the accounts of David Thompson and Yelverton Peyton up to the time each arrived in Pittsburgh with their recruits.
May 7, 1795 Pay of Capt. Thompson & His Company Alexander Thompson William Simmons Thompson has received from Nicholas Fish $818.61, being the pay of himself. Lieutenant Elmer, and his company through March 1795.
October 13, 1795 Instructions to pay Ensign Thompson William Simmons John Kilty Informs Kilty that the Treasurer will remit him funds to pay Ensign Thompson.
March 3, 1795 Pay of Capt. Thompson and His Company Alexander Thompson Joseph Howell Capt. Thompson acknowledges receipt from Nicholas Fish of the sum of $181.80 for his pay and that of his company for the month of September 1794.
January 25, 1796 Account and Balance of David Thompson William Simmons David Thompson War Accountant informs Thompson that his accounts have been received by the office, with a balance against him of $301, exceeding the balance Thompson originally claimed.
November 30, 1785 Requesting information on Thomas Dickinson John Pierce Mr. Thompson The Commissioner of Army Accounts writes Mr. Thompson regarding Thomas Dickinson. Pierce asks for Thompson's knowledge and opinion of Dickinson's account. Dickinson is seeking payment for cartouch boxes.
February 24, 1797 Receipts for the pay of Thompson's detachment William Simmons Alexander Thompson Acknowledges receipt of receipt roll for Thompson's detachment that will be credited on the books of the War Department accountant’s office. Requests a receipt roll for money previously paid to Thompson for the pay of his troops.
December 31, 1799 Letter from the Accountant of the War Department William Simmons Caleb Swan Simmons passes the account balance of Capt. Alexander Thompson to the Paymaster General for payroll deductions.
June 28, 1794 Funds for Capt. Thompson's Recruiting Joseph Howell Alexander Thompson The Treasurer has remitted to Nicholas Fish, Supervisor at New York, two hundred dollars to be placed in Capt. Thompson's hands for the use of the recruiting service.
September 13, 1798 Thompson Is Indeed Dead, Etc. Samuel Hodgdon Samuel Lewis Among other matters, Hodgdon confirms Thompson's death but hopes that Fenno's prospects of a return to good health are favorable.
November 9, 1795 Accounts of Ensign David Thompson David Thompson Timothy Pickering Ensign Thompson sends his Muster Roll for October and his recruiting and current accounts that show a $153 debt to the United States, an amount that was expended in such small sums that taking receipts did not seem necessary.
February 5, 1795 The Pay of David Thompson & Recruits Joseph Howell David Thompson The Treasurer has remitted to George Gale, Supervisor at Baltimore, a sum to be transmitted to Ensign Thompson, being for his pay and the pay of his recruits. Receipts must be collected and if a recruit makes his mark, it must be witnessed by a commissioned officer or some person of respectability.
August 15, 1785 Settlement of Lieutenant William Thompson Joseph Howell Jonathan Nicholson Discusses settlement of Lieutenant William Thompson. No record found showing that he made settlement with Pennsylvania. Made settlement with Mr. Johnston, auditor of accounts, in 1781.
August 11, 1795 Instructions to pay Ensign Thompson William Simmons John Kilty Directs John Kilty to pay Ensign David Thompson at Winchester.
July 8, 1795 Account of Alexander Thompson Alexander Thompson William Simmons Capt. Thompson encloses the muster and payroll for his company as well as his ration account. Two hundred turbulent laborers on Governors Island do not allow him much time for leisure.
August 28, 1799 Letter from the Accountant of the War Department William Simmons Alexander Thompson Simmons informs Thompson that his accounts were forwarded to the Paymaster General.