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Date Title Author Recipient Summary
August 14, 1797 Status of James Lowry Andrew Marschalk William Simmons James Lowry claims that the last muster roll on which he was included was with a detachment at Pittsburgh for June 1796 by Col. Burton who now has a command at Fort Washington. That roll should be examined to verify Lowry's claim.
October 30, 1797 Enlistment Pledge of Hamilton Lowry Hamilton Lowry [not available] Lowry acknowledges that he has voluntarily enlisted to serve one year in the Marine Service, unless sooner discharged, according to the Act passed July 1st 1797 which provides a Naval Armament. The rules and articles of the Navy against mutiny and desertion have been read to him and he will be paid six dollars per month.
August 13, 1798 Certification of payments; Private John Lowry Peter Hagner James McHenry Certification that $44 is due Pvt. John Lowry, late of Captain Solomon Van Rensselaer' s Troop of Dragoons, being his pay from 1 June to 1 December 1795.
June 7, 1796 Pay of Private John Lowry & Private William Davidson William Simmons James McHenry Simmons certifies that $40 is due Private John Lowry, private of Captain Van Rensselaer' s Company 4th Troop, and Private William Davidson, of Captain Webb's 2nd Troop, being their pay from December 1795 through May 1796.
August 21, 1797 More on James Lowry Andrew Marschalk William Simmons James Lowry claims that he left Fort Washington with Capt. Sparks in April 1796 and was left sick at Pittsburgh the following June. He was included in a muster of Capt. Crawford's Company in late June or early July. His term of service expired on 27 August 1796 and he received a certificate from Capt. Butler which he has lost.
September 20, 1800 Certification of payment; Sergeant Samuel Lowry, deceased, in Captain Daniel Britt's Company, 1st Regiment of Infantry William Simmons Samuel Dexter Certification of payment; $51.26 to Sergeant Samuel Lowry, deceased, in Captain Daniel Britt's Company, 1st Regiment of Infantry.
August 15, 1797 Receipts for Bounties Regarding Troops William Simmons Andrew Marschalk Simmons received sundry receipts for bounties paid regarding recruits. Muster rolls examined, name of James Lowry did not appear. Lowry must inform office of new company or detachment assigned by Col. Butler.
October 24, 1793 Describes Indian Attacks; Lists Vouchers James O'Hara Samuel Hodgdon Refers to attack by Sergeants Rowland and Michaela's dragoons on Indians with one fatality, and another defeat under L. Lowry and Mr. Boyd with loads of corn. Lists vouchers. Refers to orders from the Commander in Chief to purchase horses in Kentucky.
November 22, 1793 Boats to Carry Dispatches, Indian Attacks and General Engagement Isaac Craig Henry Knox Knox apprehensive that detachment will come too late to descend Ohio River. Orders a light boat to be prepared to carry dispatches. Letters for Governor St. Clair and Governor Shelby to be sent forward. Detachment was attacked. Clothing has gone forward. Lieutenant Lowry killed. Reports of a general engagement with Indians and a complete victory.
July 17, 1792 Power of Attorney and Deed Poll Richard Bishoff Unknown Recipient Power of attorney for Richard Bishoff, late a soldier in the 3rd Pennsylvania Regiment.
August 9, 1797 Letter from the Accountant of the War Department William Simmons Andrew Marschalk Simmons informs Lt. Marschalk to expect payment from Nicholas Fish.
June 11, 1796 Pay of the Army William Simmons Caleb Swan Discusses the pay of certain soldiers. Requests that as "the Army have not been paid regularly lately" and to conform to an Act of Congress Swan should in future regularly forward estimates of the pay of the Army. Discusses accounting of monies forwarded to a doctor and mentions that the "state of the Treasury" has delayed the pay of the Army for March, April, and May
October 23, 1793 Report from Major General Anthony Wayne to Secretary of War Henry Knox from Camp Southwest Branch of Miami, six miles advanced of Fort Jefferson Anthony Wayne Henry Knox Extract of letter from Major General Anthony Wayne to the Secretary of War Henry Knox from Camp S.W. Branch of Miami River six miles ahead of Fort Jefferson. Reports a successful march of his army; has stopped in want of provisions at Still Water. Assures Knox that he will not give up an inch of ground to the Indians. A chief difficulty is providing security for the convoys of provisions. Wayne...
January 1, 1800 Balances Due the United States, 1st of January 1800 Unknown Author [not available] This is a 37 page list of those who have balances owed to the United States.