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Date Title Author Recipient Summary
July 26, 1786 Settlement of Mr. Stafford Accounts Joseph Howell Thomas Procter To settle the accounts of Mr. Stafford, an application should be made to Mr. Burrall. A Certificate should be given to Mr. Martin specifying the time of Stafford's service and the monies paid him. Once this Certificate is obtained the accounts can surely be settled.
December 14, 1796 Request for Certification of Service Marinus Willett William Simmons Commanded Infantry Regiment from State of New York, requested certificate that states such fact. Mentioned passing the certificate along through the post if it was safe, or use a member of the senate that resides in Wilmington and could carry the certificate.
January 13, 1797 Willett's record of service William Simmons Marinus Willett Simmons reports that he has been unable to locate the muster and pay rolls Willett asked for and sends a certificate of Willett's commutation stating his day of derangement in lieu of a certificate of his service in the Revolutionary War
January 25, 1797 Certificate of service for Joseph Martin James Williams Joseph Martin Certificate of Capt. James Williams regarding the service of Joseph Martin during the Revolutionary War. Williams is unable to determine how long Martin's service was.
March 14, 1800 [Certificate in favor of William Torrey.] Joseph Bindon [not available] Described loss of Torrey, an importer of British dry goods, due to the American invasion of Montreal and his subsequent service in the U.S. military.
August 9, 1785 Request for certificate for sums of money Jonathan Nicholson Joseph Howell Request for certificate for sums of money to Lieutenant William Thompson of 9th Pennsylvania Regiment, for recruiting service in 1778.
May 20, 1784 Verifying pay, position, and service Richard Varick John Pierce Richard Varick sends to John Pierce a letter requesting a certificate verifying his pay, position, and service.
August 5, 1796 Certificate on pay of militiamen Peter Hagner Rufus Putnam Discusses a certificate sent in by Putnam concerning the pay of "certain militia of Washington County" in the service of the Ohio Company.
July 4, 1798 Certification of Military Service E. Starr Samuel Hodgdon Encloses a certificate that testifies to the service of Jonathan Phillips as a Lieutenant in the Corps of Artificers during the Revolutionary War, at which time he served with "faithfulness and approbation".
December 9, 1799 Certificate for Public Service in Philadelphia Thomas Annely Samuel Hodgdon Annely explains his absence from Harpers Ferry by noting that there were no accommodations at that place for his family so he had to return to Philadelphia to make them comfortable in that city. He was then employed by Hodgdon to perform the duties of Mr Nicholson who was sick at the time. He overhauled the old muskets in the store and inspected stocks and purchased iron. He also arranged to...
July 4, 1799 RE Recommendations for Army and Navy Appointments Samuel Barnum Alexander Hamilton Routine correspondence recommending individuals for Army and Navy appointments
July 25, 1788 Application for certificate for recruiting duty H. Henly John Pierce Discusses matter of making final settlement of the officers of the Pennsylvania Line. States that he is entitled to certificate.
February 18, 1794 Service of Lieutenant William Triplet Joseph Howell Major Nathaniel Mitchell Lieutenant Triplett, formerly of Colonel Grayson's Regiment, claims commutation of five years full pay but, lacking sufficient evidence of service, a certificate from a Field Officer is needed to confirm his claim.
December 20, 1789 Letter of Attorney Adam Shuman Robert Prise Document certifying the service of Adam Shuman, late soldier during the Revolutionary War.
June 6, 1799 Rules & Regulations Respecting the Recruiting Service Abraham R. Ellery Commanding Officer on the Mississippi Explains the rules and regulations regarding the recruiting service with emphasis on those who are eligible for enlistment. Only citizens can be enlisted but persons not born in a specific State who lived in same before July 4, 1796 may be declared citizens for the purpose of enlistment. Anyone who has immigrated since that day must produce a certificate of naturalization from a magistrate or...
November 10, 1785 Request for certificate James McLean John Pierce Request for certificate. Has not received commutation. Certificate necessary in order to obtain half pay.
May 25, 1791 Enclosed Certificate Joseph Howell Michael Connolly Agreeable to Connolly's request, the Commissioner of Army Accounts has transmitted the foregoing certificate, enclosed.
February 11, 1790 Knox certifies the military service of Richard Frothingham. Henry Knox Richard Frothingham Certificate of Service from Knox to Frothingham.
March 16, 1785 Certificate of George Armstrong Archibald Armstrong Colonel Paine Archibald Armstrong sends to Colonel Paine a letter requesting a certificate for his son's military service.
January 15, 1787 Certificate needed John Pierce John Hopkins Requests that Hopkins hold the amount owed to Major Richard Call until Call is able to procure a certificate that verifies that the old emissions advanced by the state of Virginia have been accounted for.
January 15, 1787 Account of old emissions John Pierce Unknown Recipient Encloses a copy of an account of old emissions advanced by the State of Virginia to Major Richard Call for the recruiting service. Requests that the amount due him be held until he produces the appropriate certificate.
June 7, 1786 Regarding rejected certificate John Pierce Nathaniel Appleton Regarding a rejected certificate, Pierce examined the account and finds that the interest is agreeable to the face of the certificate.
May 25, 1796 Certificate that Joseph Cone is a Soldier and Refugee John W. Livingston [not available] Certifies J. Cone's service in military, refugee status, and that he's entitled to rations and pay.
April 11, 1796 Pay certificate William Simmons Leonard Covington Sends Covington a certificate of pay;
September 16, 1796 Sproat's receipts and vouchers William Simmons Ebenezer Sproat Discusses two receipts of Army scouts sent in by Sproat. Explains reasons why paymasters are not allowed to administer estates of deceased soldiers. Acknowledges receipt of vouchers. Explains that "more perfect" vouchers are required before he can credit Sproat's account, Mentions payment of the "spy service." Disposition of the certificate of Judge Putnam.