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December 13, 1791 Disputed Sum for Capt. Lilly John Stagg Joseph Howell The Secretary of War asks Howell to examine the enclosed letter and report his observations. The letter states that it appears that Gen. Knox or his Aide de Camp received the sum of twenty dollars for one month's subsistence due Capt. Lilly and that may be the sum in dispute. It is possible that Capt. Lilly gave the order on Gen. Knox for this sum and this is the transaction that does not appear...
November 18, 1799 Lieutenant Izard Appointed as Aide to Camp Alexander Hamilton Charles Cotesworth Pinckney "Pursuant to a conversation which I had with you while in this city I have concluded to offer to Lt. Izzard the place of Aide de Camp in my family. I have mentioned to Mr. Izzard that you will dispense with the form of an application to you as Commanding General of the district."
November 18, 1799 Lieutenant Izard Offered the Position of Aide de Camp Alexander Hamilton George Izard Hamilton offers to Lieutenant Izard the position of Aide de Camp in his [military] family. If Izard accepts the position, he is required to obtain the permission of his commanding officer and travel to New York immediately.
January 12, 1799 Appointment of Church as Aide de Camp to Hamilton Alexander Hamilton Philip Church Official appointment of Philip Church as Aide de Camp to Hamilton.
May 10, 1785 Return of certificates issued for pay, subsistence and aide de camp Joseph Howell Jonathan Dayton Sent Mr. Mott a return of certificates issued for pay, subsistence and aide de camp.
April 29, 1794 Captain Moses White's Claim Joseph Howell Oliver Wolcott, Jr. Based on the documents in his possession, Howell concludes that Captain Moses White was only entitled to a captain's pay and therefore is not entitled to the pay of an Aide-de-Camp as he claims.
December 17, 1799 Acceptance of Position as Aide de Camp George Izard Alexander Hamilton Izard accepts Hamilton's appointment to be his Aide de Camp and shall sail to New York soon to take the position.
May 1, 1799 Appointment of Capt. Church as Aide de Camp Alexander Hamilton William S. Smith Hamilton informs Smith of the appointment of Capt. Church, of Smith's regiment, as Hamilton's Aide de Camp. Church has Hamilton's permission to begin the recruiting services for his company.
June 6, 1788 Account of deceased Major Ichabod Burnet, Aide de Camp to Major General Green Joseph Howell James Mott Heirs of Major Ichabod Burnet, Aide de Camp to Major General Green [Greene] have applied have applied for settlement of his account.
July 30, 1793 Account of Thomas Henley, Aide-de-Camp Joseph Howell Auditor Statement of the account of Thomas Henley, Aide-de-Camp; from Joseph Howell at the War Accountant's Office to the Auditor of the Treasury.
May 31, 1786 Settlement of accounts John Pierce William Blodget Pierce says Blodgett must personally apply to either Secretary of War or Congress regarding information of his rank and continuance in the service. Relates matter of entitlements as aide de camp.
April 13, 1797 Pay, Subsistence, & Forage of Captain Henry DeButts, Aide de Camp to General Anthony Wayne William Simmons James McHenry Certification that $645.88 is due Captain Henry DeButts, Aide de Camp to General Wayne, being his pay, subsistence, and forage for May 1796 through March 1797.
April 5, 1796 Petition of Monsieur Poirey James McHenry House of Representatives McHenry discusses the petition of Monsieur Poirey, former secretary and aide de camp to the Le Marquis de LaFayette. It appears that General LaFayette was charged from time to time with very important separate commands and that M. Poirey has not received pay from the United States as either Aide de Camp or Secretary.
May 31, 1786 Letter from the Commissioner of Army Accounts John Pierce William Blodget Pierce informs Blodget that before settlement can take place the Secretary at War must be addressed to resolve all issues of rank. Blodget claims to be General Greene's aide de camp.
March 11, 1800 Reassignment of Capt. George Izard Alexander Hamilton William Loughton Smith Hamilton explains that he reluctantly parts with Capt. Izard to be Smith's aide but does not resist because current military prospects are very uncertain.
April 24, 1799 Certification of payment; Captain Phillip Church, Regiment of Infantry and Aide de Camp to Major General Alexander Hamilton Peter Hagner James McHenry Certification of payment; $228.47 to Captain Phillip Church, Regiment of Infantry and Aide de Camp to Major General Alexander Hamilton, for pay, forage, and subsistence.
July 25, 1799 Certification of payment; Major Thomas Parker, Aide Decamp to Major General Daniel Morgan William Simmons James McHenry Certification of payment; $34.20 for retained rations and servants to Major Thomas Parker, Aide de Camp to Major General Daniel Morgan, Commandant of the Virginia Militia ordered into service to suppress an insurrection in the Western Counties of Pennsylvania 1794.
March 6, 1800 Certification of payment; Lieutenant George Izard, Artillerists and Engineers and aide de Camp to Major General Hamilton, for traveling expenses, Charleston South Carolina to New York William Simmons James McHenry Certification of payment; $53.62 to Lieutenant George Izard, Artillerists and Engineers and aide de Camp to Major General Alexander Hamilton, for traveling expenses, Charleston South Carolina to New York.
May 28, 1796 Regarding the Account of Captain De Butts William Simmons Secretary of War Captain De Butts has submitted an account for compensation for his work as a secretary to General Wayne. Simmons does not think it should be paid because when De Butts was serving as secretary he was receiving his captain's pay as well as pay as an aide de camp.
[not available] Report of the Secretary of War on the Referred Petition James McHenry [not available] In this report, McHenry asseses the petition for pay owed Poirey, Secretary to Lafayette. Poirey has requested pay for his time as secretary and aide de camp to Lafayette. McHenry discusses Acts of Congress related to the pay of Officer's aides and recommends settling the claim in favor of the petitioner.
May 3, 1799 Can Captain Church be Spared to Recruit His Company? William S. Smith Alexander Hamilton Smith assures Hamilton that Captain Church, Hamilton's new Aide de Camp, will not be required to recruit his company unless Hamilton permits him to do so. According to the 6th section of the Act for the better organizing of the Troops, Church's replacement in the regiment should be supplied by promotion or by a new appointment.
December 1, 1796 Account of Captain Bartholemew Shamburgh William Simmons James McHenry Simmons certifies that $281.76 is due Captain Bartholemew Shamburgh, being the amount of his pay, subsistence and wages as Aide de Camp to Brigadier General Wilkinson from September through November 1796 and the subsistence of two soldiers from Oct. 20 to Nov. 30, 1796.
April 13, 1796 Account of Lieutenant William Henry Harrison, for pay William Simmons James McHenry Simmons certifies that $17.59 is due Lieutenant William Henry Harrison, being his his pay as Ensign, Lieutenant, and Aide de Camp through Oct. 1793 and subsistence to Oct. 7, 1793 and for bounty and premiums for enlisting recruits.
July 24, 1787 Account by Major Edmund Hyrne Joseph Howell Joseph Nourse Enclose copy of account by Major Edmund Hyrne, Aide De Camp and Secretary to the late Major General Greene for sundry advances made to officers of southern army.
March 15, 1799 Certification of payments; Captain Thomas Lewis, 3d United States Regiment William Simmons James McHenry Certification of payments; $1055.78 to Captain Thomas Lewis, 3d United States Regiment, balance due, including as extra aide de camp to the late Major General Anthony Wayne, his recruiting account, payment to his detachment, and own pay and subsistence.