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March 28, 1800 Claim of Cornet Davidson William Simmons David Henley Henley authorized to pay Cornet Davidson and detachment provided there was competent authority calling them into service.
November 2, 1797 William Simmons discusses pay, finance and accounting with Lieutenant Davidson William Simmons William Davidson William Simmons informs Lieutenant William Davidson that failure to settle his account with haste will result in placing his name among the delinquents.
June 22, 1797 Accounts David Henley William Simmons Exerted extra effort to close all accounts. Accounts to be hand delivered by Lieut. Davidson who Henley asks to be taken care of by Simmons.
July 14, 1797 Pay of Lieutenant Samuel K. Davidson, US 3rd Regiment William Simmons James McHenry Certification that $156 is due Lieutenant Samuel K. Davidson of the US 3rd Regiment, being his pay from January through June 1797.
January 23, 1801 Certification of payment; Doctor William Davidson William Simmons [not available] Certification of payment; $107.18 to Doctor William Davidson, transmitted by Secretary of War to be taxed $7.18, leaving $100 balance.
March 8, 1800 Payroll and Muster roll of Mounted Infantry under Command of Cornet George L Davidson William Simmons David Henley Simmons has examined his records and finds no evidence of payment made for the service of Lieutenant Davidson's detachment. Asks for the original muster and payroll be sent.
January 23, 1801 $100 Due to Dr. Davidson via Congressman Henry Wood William Simmons Henry Wood Simmons informs Congressman Wood that $100, after taxes, will be sent to him, with the final recipient being Dr. William J. Davidson.
October 28, 1794 Friendly meeting with James Davidson, Indian chief John McKee William Blount Letter to Governor William Blount of Southwest Territory on a talk with James Davidson, a "distinguished chief from the valleys," with about 450 of his people. Davidson gave him a string of beads, mixed black and white - the white beads representing his people's friendship and alliance with the United States; the black beads representing animosity to the Creek Indians.
February 3, 1797 Pay of William Davidson, Corps of Light Dragoons William Simmons James McHenry Certification that $32.43 is due William Davidson, a soldier in the Corps of Light Dragoons, being his pay from June 1, 1796 to February 3, 1797, the date of his discharge.
April 13, 1792 Letter from William Davidson William Davidson Morris Clark Letter from William Davidson to Morris Clark. Image not available.
March 8, 1800 Questions on Service of Lieutenant Davidson's Detachment William Simmons David Henley Simmons questions the legality of services rendered by Lieutenant Davidson's detachment, requested the verification by Henley. Simmons asked for the original muster and pay roll to be sent to the Office.
April 17, 1792 Saddle & Bridle for Davidson John Stagg William Knox Stagg directs Knox to let Lt. Davidson of the Cavalry have a saddle and bridle of those now in store, taking his receipt.
December 5, 1796 Transporting Stores to Pittsburgh Elias Langham Samuel Hodgdon Langham has drawn $500 in favor of William Davidson & Company to be charged in the expense of transporting the stores from Shepherds Town to Pittsburgh. The articles will be shipped in boxes suitable for carrying them safely over the mountain. Should they blocked on the mountain by heavy snow, their fees will be paid for the time they cannont travel.
February 19, 1800 Reports Questions about Lieutenant Davidson's Claims David Henley William Simmons Seeks to understand the facts of Lieutenant Davidson's claims. Received report from William Blount. Information proves that Mr. Allison was paid. Refers to records of Mr. Howell, late paymaster. Refers to tribute to the late General Washington.
June 22, 1797 Receipt for Expenses Samuel Davidson [not available] Money received for the advance given to Davidson for his travel to Philadelphia.
March 28, 1800 Claim of Cornet Davidson and His Militia William Simmons David Henley Regarding the claim of Cornet Davidson and detachment for militia services. Simmons informs that no money has been paid; therefore the claim should be paid if the call for militia was valid. Simmons discusses new regulations regarding certain supplies.
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.
January 24, 1800 Request for Payroll and Muster Roll of mounted infantry under command of Cornet George L Davidson William Simmons David Henley Application made to Mr Claiborne of Congress regarding claims of detachment of mounted infantry under command of Cornet George Davidson. Simmons cannot find the original muster or payrolls. Asks Henley to forward them if he has them in his possession.
August 13, 1792 Petition of Morris Clark, Cavalry Sergeant Morris Clark Henry Knox Clark petitions Knox to aid him in paying debts incured in his duties as sergeant of a troop of cavalry under the command of Lieutenant Davidson. Clark borrowed money from townsmen at Hagers Town who jailed him for failing to repay them after Davidson refused to reimburse them.
December 18, 1799 Responds to Letters about Military Services for George Lee Donaldson, 1792-93 David Henley William Simmons Supports George Lee Davidson's claims to muster rolls given to Mr. Allison in Philadelphia. Discusses various receipts and encloses Davidson's muster rolls. Has examined Mr. Hollis's payments and finds them to be correct. Requests permission to return to Philadelphia for private concerns. Encloses books for November.
July 7, 1792 Letter from Henry Carbery on settlement of accounts Lieutenant Colonel Henry Carberry Joseph Howell Henry Carbery informs Joseph Howell, paymaster general, that he is sending Lieutenant William Davidson to Philadelphia to settle Carbery's accounts to the receive money due to him for the last campaign. Also informs Howell that $500.60 forwarded via George Gale Esquire, have been applied as directed.
May 30, 1792 Assignment and Power of Attorney James Davidson William Lane Power of attorney for James Davidson, late a soldier in the Pennsylvania Line.
January 27, 1797 Accounting for money received William Simmons William Davidson Requests that Davidson provide his account and vouchers for monies received from the War Office so that Simmons can close his account
January 24, 1800 Letter from the Accountant of the War Department William Simmons David Henley Simmons asks Henley to produce any rolls in his possession that pertain to Cornet George Davidson's detachment of mounted infantry.
October 27, 1786 Money drawn from office John Pierce John White Informs John White that Major John Davidson drew from the office the sum of 4826 dollars, which was charged to Albert Denny.