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December 22, 1791 Maria Butler speaks of the death of General Butler to Washington Maria Butler George Washington Letter, discusses death of Butler; discusses pioneeers and frontier life; discusses militia and protection of the frontier.
November 13, 1798 Comments on Inappropriate Behavior of James Jordan Edward Price James McHenry Reports that James Jordan of St. Mary has departed for Philadelphia, and that his conduct has been very inappropriate.
April 27, 1795 William Simmons discusses pay, finance and accounting with Mary Dunn William Simmons Mrs. Mary Dunn William Simmons informs Mary Dunn that an order in her favor will be issued.
January 27, 1797 [Petition of Mary Hibborn] James McHenry [not available] Requests land promised those in military service due her deceased husband.
May 10, 1788 Memorial of Mary Cransbury John Pierce Board of Treasury Report on the Memorial of Mary Cransbury, widow of the late Francis Cransbury in the New York battalion
February 9, 1794 Pay Unaccounted For Maria Butler Joseph Nourse Maria Butler inquired about pay due to troops and Little family that is unaccounted for. M. Butler found pay rolls with receipts from 30 non-commissioned officers and privates in private accounts of late General Butler. M. Butler requested instructions on how to settle the accounts mentioned.
April 18, 1800 Notification of Payment Due William Simmons Thomas Butler Simmons notified Butler his request for double rations was denied and Butler owed the balance to Mr. Chandler. If Butler does not pay Chandler, Chandler was authorized by Simmons to deduct to given amount from Butler's pay.
April 18, 1800 Notification on Actions to be Taken with Butler William Simmons Richard Chandler Chandler to hold Butler accountable for double rations taken. Money charged to Butler to be paid to Chandler should be forwarded to Mr. Henley.
March 19, 1794 Stoppage of the Pay of deceased Major General Richard Butler Joseph Howell Maria Butler General Richard Butler's widow - Maria Butler - is asked to transmit the deceased General's vouchers to the War Department so that the stoppages can be lifted and the General's pay transmitted promptly to her. Butler was killed during Arthur St. Clair's defeat in November 1793.
November 26, 1795 Military Updates and Relations with Creek Indians Timothy Pickering William Eaton Establishment of post for trade with Creek Indians on the St. Mary's River in Georgia, recently passed laws regarding military coups, new peace with Indians discussed.
June 23, 1797 Forwarding Letter to Butler Concerning Wilkinson's Request for Reinforcements James McHenry James Wilkinson Forwards Wilkinson a copy of a letter to Lt. Col. Butler concerning several companies of the 3rd Regiment. The letter to Butler tells him that Wilkinson has seen intimations of Indians stirring for hostilities in the Northwest, and is looking for reinforcement from Butler's command -- thus he has had boats prepared in Tennessee for the transport of the reinforcements. Asks Butler to send the...
December 24, 1798 Account of Mary Fountain, matron to the hospital at Bedloe’s Island [not available] [not available] Payment of $27.61 to Mary Fountain, matron to the hospital at Bedloe's Island, New York (today known as Liberty Island - location of the Statue of Liberty).
April 14, 1800 Requests Payment for Captain Edward Butler for Troops under Colonel Butler David Henley James McHenry Requests payment for Captain Edward Butler for Samuel Chew Hall to pay the regular troops in Tennessee under Colonel Butler.
September 14, 1798 The Account of James Seagrove Oliver Wolcott, Jr. James McHenry James Seagrove, late collector for the district of Saint Mary's in Georgia, has retained a number of revenue bonds on the grounds that certain demands may have to be paid by the War Department. Wolcottt requests information about what sums may be admitted as being due to Mr. Seagrove.
January 23, 1799 Certification of payments; Mary Fountain, matron of hospital, Bedlows Island, New York William Simmons James McHenry Certification of payments; $27.61 pay to Mary Fountain, matron of hospital, Bedlows Island, New York
October 13, 1794 Fortifying the harbor at St. Mary's, Georgia Tench Coxe Alexander Hamilton The Commissioner of the Revenue requests that a warrant be issued to James Seagrove for the balance of money granted by Congress for the purpose of fortifying the harbor of St. Mary's, Georgia. Seagrove has already received $1000.
November 2, 1792 Receipt of Joseph Howell for pay to Mary Dearing, widow of Andrew Dearing Mary Dearing Joseph Howell Mary Dearing received $5 from Joseph Howell on account of husband Andrew by virtue of letter of attorney.
February 19, 1800 Declaration in favor of Gedion and Mary De Lesdernier Unknown Author [not available] Certified residency of Gedion and Mary De Lesdernier in the U.S., citing fits of insanity as prohibiting travel to defend their status as refugees from Nova Scotia to Congress.
April 18, 1800 Notification of Actions Regarding Butler Account William Simmons David Henley Simmons notified Henley he is to receive the payment from Chandler, collected from Butler and to update his accounts. Simmons made the decision regarding Butler's account b/c no policy by Sec. of War has been enacted as of late.
1797 Regarding Wilkinson's Request to Lt. Col. Butler for Reinforcements James McHenry Butler Letter to Lt. Col. Butler concerning several companies of the 3rd Regiment. Tells him that Wilkinson has seen intimations of Indians stirring for hostilities in the Northwest, and is looking for reinforcement from Butler's command -- thus he has had boats prepared in Tennessee for the transport of the reinforcements. Asks Butler to send the troops only if he can do without them.
February 5, 1796 Sum Received with Receipt Thomas Butler Timothy Pickering Butler received sum and receipts from Pickering. Butler had in hand pay for Engineer [Martins]and last payment of bounty as directed by Pickering. No word from upper posts.
December 18, 1796 Request for Instructions on Pay for Sergent Howe Major General Richard Butler William Simmons Butler received money from Issac Craig, Deputy Paymaster General, but could not pay Sergent Charles Howe due to his absence on command. Butler requested instructions from Simmons on how to pay the Sergent who Butler believed settled in Pittsburg due to his discharge from service. Requested confirmation of receipt rolls sent many months ago to Accountants office.
August 5, 1796 Order of President to Direct Dragoons to Join Lieutenant Colonel Gaither James McHenry Anthony Wayne Per request in letter dated 07/30/1796, McHenry inquired about the assemble of dragoons to march to the frontier of Georgia. Orders of President state the dragoons are to meet Lieut. Col. Gaither at either Coleraine on the St. Mary's River or at Fort Fidius.
November 14, 1794 Substantiating Charges Against Colonel Butler Samuel Hodgdon Joseph Howell "The post has brought me the three receipts enclosed with the money to Colonel Butler. I send you one of them to substantiate the charge against him in your affair."
April 2, 1799 Sends Invoice for Clothing Samuel Hodgdon Ebenezer Stevens Forgot to enclose invoice for clothing shipped on Sloop Mary. Hopes that supplies arrive safely.