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February 28, 1799 Account of Thomas Hutchinson Joseph Howell Richard Harrison Certification of service and settlement of pay for Thomas Hutchinson, late sergeant in the 3rd Regiment of Light Dragoons.
February 26, 1793 Payment to Ensign Gibson Clough Joseph Howell Richard Harrison Payment of $240 to Ensign Gibson Clough, late of Colonel Hutchinson's Regiment.
August 13, 1799 Request for Pay Thomas Hutchinson William Simmons Hutchinson claimed he wasn't paid for his service to the U.S. as a sergeant in the military. He is now requesting payment.
February 22, 1793 Account of Doctor Hutchinson Joseph Howell Caleb Swan Dr. Thomas Hutchinson has informed Howell that he has settled his account with Mr. Britt through August 1, 1792 and received a balance of $45. Lest there be a mistake, Howell has enclosed a copy of the account as settled by him in October, the balance of which has been paid to the doctor's attorney.
March 9, 1792 Account of Captain Richardson Joseph Howell Richard Harrison Account of Capt. Addison Richardson of Col. Hutchinson's regiment for pay and subsistence as prisoner.
February 26, 1793 Payment to Colonel Benjamin Holden Joseph Howell Richard Harrison Payment of $434.16 to Colonel Benjamin Holden of Massachusetts Line in Colonel Hutchinson's Regiment.
May 9, 1794 Account of David Poor Joseph Howell Richard Harrison Certification of service and settlement of pay for David Poor, late lieutenant in Colonel Hutchinson's Massachusetts Regiment.
February 26, 1793 Payment to Ensign Gibson Clough Joseph Howell Richard Harrison Payment of $263.18 to Ensign Gibson Clough, late of Colonel Hutchinson's Regiment.
June 7, 1797 Pay roll William Simmons Staats Morris Acknowledges receipt of muster and pay rolls. Pay roll adjusted to add pay of three privates, John Sullivan, James Hutchinson, and William Kirsley. Money for the pay will be forwarded by John Kilty, federal supervisor. Cited in Morris to Simmons, 06/13/1797.
August 31, 1793 Deposition of James Aikens describing threats by inabitants of Georgia against Federal Indians agents their employ James Aiken [not available] James Aiken, working for James Seagrove, Creek Indian Agent, describes traveling with goods and baggage of Seagrove along with a free negro named Frederick Chaves. In Washington County Georgia, Aiken and Chaves were confronted by inhabitants and threatened with death because of their service under Seagrove. A Reverend Hutchinson intervened and saved the men's lives. Aiken notes that the people...
February 26, 1793 Payment to Colonel Benjamin Holden Joseph Howell Richard Harrison Payment of $720 to Colonel Benjamin Holden, Massachusetts Line, of Colonel Hutchinson's Regiment.
September 7, 1793 Clothing; the Inevitable Campaign; Raging Yellow Fever in the City Samuel Hodgdon Isaac Craig Will make use of the information on the tumbrils. Mentions invoices of clothing for 3rd and 4th Sub Legions, noting the inevitability of the upcoming campaign [against Indians]. Describes the mortal sickness as raging. Many have fallen victim. Doctor Hutchinson has died and Jones has died. Wife still ill. Asks for acknowledgment of receipt of China and sugar. Respects to Mrs. Craig and family.
May 28, 1798 Letter from the Accountant of the War Department William Simmons John Hunter Simmons discusses the claims of Robert Rickey and James Mayson with John Hunter.
June 13, 1797 Soldiers Charged with Desertion Staats Morris William Simmons The reason why Pvts. John Sullivan, Hutchinson, and Kershey were mustered without remark was that they had been charged with desertion and sent to Fort Mifflin for trial. When they returned to Fort McHenry, one said he was to be discharged and the other two claimed that they had been pardoned. Even if these claims are true, they should not have been on the payroll since they did not return until...
July 7, 1786 General correspondence Doctor Joseph Savage Thomas Parker Doctor Savage writes Doctor Parker on various matters, including service.
March 10, 1797 Pay of Guimpie and Captain Morris' men William Simmons Joseph Guimpe Notification that he will receive the money for his pay and the pay of the men under the command of Captain Staats Morris from the federal supervisor at Baltimore, John Kilty. List persons to be deducted from the pay roll, including a drummer "taken by civil authority."
October 18, 1793 Extract of letter from Lieutenant Van Allen of Federal Troops to Major Henry Gaither on white efforts to justifiy incursion on Chehaws John Van Allen Henry Gaither Lieutenant Van Allen of Federal troops reports from Galphin Town on the Ogeechee River that 40-50 Georgia horse militia gathered under command of Captains Kitchen, Carson, Wilbern, and Hampton, later joined by Captains Harrison, Stokes and Irwin in order to march against Chehaw towns. To justify this act, Van Allen says he was told that horses were brought over the Oconee and then claimed as...
December 4, 1792 Account of Reverend Mansfield Joseph Howell Richard Harrison Certification of pay and service for Reverend Isaac Mansfield, late a chaplain. Mansfield is owed 249 dollars.
April 5, 1797 Muster, pay, and receipt rolls William Simmons Joseph Guimpe Acknowledges receipt of receipt, muster, and pay rolls for the men under Lt. Guimpie's command. The amount of the receipt roll will be credited. Notes deductions on the pay roll for a deserter and three men confined for desertion. Money for the pay will be forwarded by John Kilty, federal revenue supervisor of Maryland
February 7, 1793 Letter to William Shippen and James Hutchinson requesting examination of pension applicant John Stagg Doctor William Shippen Letter; asks that doctors examine a pension applicant John Blackburn, and certify the nature of his disability.
July 17, 1786 Claims for pay George Stevens John Pierce Claims for pay due soldiers in Philadelphia
December 21, 1795 Pay of Private Samuel Sparks, 5th Troop of Dragoons under Captain Leonard Covington William Simmons Timothy Pickering Simmons certifies that $22.90 is due Samuel Sparks, late a private in the 5th Troop of Dragoons under Captain Leonard Covington, being his pay from January 1 to June 22, 1795, the day of his discharge.
January 15, 1790 Claim for subsistence Joseph Howell Addison Richmonds Letter from Joseph Howell to Addison RIchmonds concerning Richmonds' claim for subsistence as prisoner. Howell does not feel comfortable with approving the claim.
January 12, 1797 Credit to Morris' account and muster and pay rolls William Simmons Staats Morris Acknowledges receipt of receipt rolls for Morris' company that will be credited on the books of the War Department accountant’s office. Acknowledges receipt of muster and pay rolls. Money for the pay will be forwarded by John Kilty, federal supervisor at Baltimore. Mentions soldiers confined for desertion.
November 9, 1796 Certificate of Jasper Hopper Jasper Hopper [not available] Four certificates W. Simmons believed to be forged enclosed, Hopper verified his signature and seal, but the body was not written by him. Genuine certificates also enclosed. Physical description of John Campbell.