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February 14, 1793 Peter Frothingham's Request for a Commission Rufus Putnam Henry Knox Peter Frothingham has written to Putnam requesting a commission in the Army. Frothingham's brother is reputed to have served bravely with Harmar and Peter's appearance is in his favor but Putnam does not know whether he has any military experience.
August 6, 1794 Advance Pay for Ensign Frothingham Joseph Howell Peter Frothingham The Secretary of War has directed a remittance of $60 to Ensign Frothingham through the hands of John Chester, Supervisor of Connecticut, for three months advance pay.
January 9, 1799 Account of Peter Frothingham, Deceased Samuel Frothingham William Simmons Frothingham wants information relating to the account of his brother Peter Frothingham and whether there has been any account of his effects transmitted to Simmons since Peter's death. Frothingham is the administrator of his brother's estate and has been unable to get any information from any officer of the Army.
February 11, 1790 Knox certifies the military service of Richard Frothingham. Henry Knox Richard Frothingham Certificate of Service from Knox to Frothingham.
June 1, 1795 Certification of payment; Ensign Peter Frothingham for subsistence William Simmons Timothy Pickering Simmons certifies that the sum of $98.68 is due Ensign Peter Frothingham for his subsistence from January 1, 1795 and his pay from March through May 1795, inclusive.
March 31, 1795 Pay of Bissell, Frothingham & Recruits Joseph Howell Russell Bissell The Treasurer has remitted to John Chester a sum to be transmitted to Bissell, being the pay of himself, Ensign Peter Frothingham, and the recruits under his command
April 13, 1795 Peter Frothingham's Receipt Aaron Dunham Joseph Howell Enclosed is Ensign Peter Frothingham's receipt for the money remitted to him in accordance with Howell's directions.
March 31, 1795 Pay of Bissell, Frothingham, & Recruits Joseph Howell John Chester The Treasurer will remit to Chester a sum to be transmitted to Captain Russell Bissell at Middletown, being the pay of himself, Ensign Peter Frothingham, and his recruits.
April 23, 1795 Pay of Captain Bissell, Ensign Frothingham, & Their Recruits William Simmons Russell Bissell A sum has been transmitted to Captain Bissell for the pay of himself, Engign Peter Frothingham, and the recruits under his command.
August 6, 1794 Advance Pay for Ensign Peter Frothingham Joseph Howell John Chester The Treasurer is directed to remit to Chester $60 to be transmitted to Ensign Peter Frothingham at Middletown for three month's advance pay.
December 8, 1797 Submitted Vouchers to the Credit of Deceased Soldier William Eaton William Simmons Eaton submits a request for final settlement on behalf of the estate of Peter Frothingham, deceased.
November 4, 1790 Return of the Killed and Wounded upon the Expedition against the Miami Towns Josiah Harmar [not available] Return of the killed and wounded upon the expedition against the Miami towns, under the command of Brigadier General Harmar. Federal troops killed: 75; militia; 108. Total wounded: 31. Killed included Major Wyllys, Lieutenant Frothingham, Major Fontaine, Captain Thorp, Captain, Scott, Captain McMurtry, Lieutenant Clark, Lieutenant Worley, and Ensign Arnold.
January 23, 1784 Letters to Officers of the War Office Samuel Hodgdon Edward Carrington Delivery of letters to officers absent from the War Office. Communication with Mr. Frothingham.
April 3, 1795 Money for the Recruiting Service in New Brunswick Joseph Howell Peter Frothingham The Treasurer has remitted to Aaron Dunham a sum to be transmitted to Frothingham for the use of the recruiting service in New Brunswick.
April 3, 1795 Pay of Eaton, Rand, Frothingham, & Their Men Joseph Howell William Eaton The Treasurer has remitted to Nathaniel Gorham a sum to be transmitted to Captain Eaton, being the pay of himself, Ensign Benjamin Rand, Ensign Peter Frothingham, and the non-commissioned officers and privates under his command.
November 4, 1790 Report of engagement with Indians vicinity Miami village Josiah Harmar Henry Knox Harmar reports that he marched 320 Federal troops and 1453 militia. His forces made it to the Miami village. He found it abandoned. Upon engagement, his forces suffered heavy losses, about 180. But the headquarters of iniquity were broken up. Estimates 100-120 slain warriors, 300 log houses burned, 20,000 bushels of corn destroyed. Laments loss of Major Wyllys and Lieutenant Frothingham of the...
December 11, 1797 William Simmons discusses pay, finance and accounting with Capt. Eaton William Simmons William Eaton William Simmons discusses the accounts and property of the late Ensign Frothingham with Capt. William Eaton.
October 29, 1790 Report on military engagement with Indians on the Miami and St. Joseph Rivers Arthur St. Clair Henry Knox Reports on the success of General Harmar at the Indian towns on the Miami and St. Joseph Rivers. Estimates 200 Indian dead. Some fear Ensign Britt may have been killed or captured. Mentions that Major Wyllys, Lieutenant Frothingham, Major Fontaine, Captain McMurtry, and Captain Scott, a son of General Scott, among the slain.
April 12, 1790 Captain Burbeck, Captain Savage, and Captain Smith have all Recruited their Number Henry Knox Josiah Harmar From Lieutenant Frothingham, Harmar reports that Captain Burbeck, Captain Savage, and Captain Smith have all recruited their number and are bound to sail for Georgia to protect its frontiers.
December 31, 1794 Subsistence accounts Russell Bissell Joseph Howell Bissell sends his and Ensign Frothingham's subsistence accounts to the War Office
April 3, 1795 Money for the Recruiting Service at New Brunswick Joseph Howell Aaron Dunham The Treasurer will remit to Dunham a sum to be transmitted to Ensign Peter Frothingham at New Brunswick for use of the recruiting service.
January 23, 1795 Balance Due Captain Bissell & His Men Joseph Howell John Chester The Treasurer will remit to Chester a sum to be transmitted to Captain Russell Bissell at Middletown, being the balance of pay and subsistence due him, Ensign Frothingham, and the recruits under his command for specified periods during 1794.
January 1, 1791 Report of Indian Expedition, Including Battles and Sedition Lieut. Denny Henry Knox Suggests drawing upon reports of Captain Ferguson and Doctor Carmichael while waiting for official accounts from Harmar. Describes Indian attacks and different campaigns, often conflicting under different leaders and with discouraged militia members. Discusses provisions and inadequate clothing. Lists plunder of Indian towns for the quartermaster. Refers to leaving wounded on the field while the...
January 25, 1795 Sums Transmitted to Captain Bissell Joseph Howell Russell Bissell The Treasurer has remitted to John Chester, Supervisor of Connecticut, sums to be transmitted to Captain Russell Bissell for the following: the balance of pay and subsistence due Ensign Peter Frothingham, the subsistence of Bissell, and the pay of Bissell and his recruits.
April 7, 1795 Detachment Embarked for New Brunswick, Etc. Alexander Thompson Joseph Howell Howell is advised that the detachment of the 1st Sub Legion has embarked from Governors Island for New Brunswick to be commanded by Ensign Frothingham at that place. Enclosed are the muster rolls for Thompson's company and a detachment belonging to the 1st Sub Legion.