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Date Title Author Recipient Summary
January 16, 1784 Pay due to Heirs Samuel Hodgdon James Milligan Account of pay due to heirs of a general officer.
April 24, 1790 Report on the petition of Lt. Harris's heirs Joseph Howell Henry Knox Report to the Secretary at War pertaining to the petition of the heirs of of the late John Harris, lieutenant in the 2nd Connecticut Regiment.
June 17, 1786 Balance due heirs of Colonel Durkee John Pierce Oliver Wolcott, Jr. Refers to a balance due heirs of Colonel Durkee for advances made by him on recruiting services.
December 1, 1794 Entitlement to Land of Capt. Claibourne Lawson's Heirs Joseph Howell John Hancock It is necessary to prove that Capt. Claibourne Lawson was killed in action for his heirs to receive a warrant for the land allowed by the United States.
February 19, 1790 Pay Due to Family of Deceased Continental Officers Joseph Howell Henry Knox Discusses pay due to the heirs of deceased members of the Continental Army during the Revolutionary War.
December 22, 1799 Fencing Off the Public from the Water, Etc. Richard Parker Samuel Hodgdon Parker notes that there have been no stores received at Carlisle since his last return and not many delivered. The troops need cartridges and other articles which he will draw soon. Thomas Duncan is currently in the city and Parker thinks it would be a good time to buy the public land. Duncan is the attorney for the heirs of Wilson and has it in his power to settle the dispute. If it is not...
August 13, 1799 Public Claim of the Channel on the Spring Richard Parker Samuel Hodgdon The deed is not currently recorded in this county so it would be proper to have it forwarded for that purpose. Both Colonel Postletwait and Colonel Alexander believe that a survey is needed to ascertain the public claim on the channel of the spring so Hodgdon should make every effort to forward the draft and the survey as soon as possible. Wilson's heirs would sell the land they claim on the...
March 25, 1786 Money due to heirs John Hoope Joseph Howell The author had written earlier concerning the amounts due his brother in law's heirs in payment for his service in the Army and Navy. He has yet to hear from the recipient and requests the favor of a reply.
March 1, 1790 Letter of Attorney Charles White Robert Prise Power of Attorney from Charles White to Robert Prise. Acts as certification of White's service in the Pennsylvania Line during the Revolutionary War.
January 10, 1798 Assignment and Power of Attorney John Maddis Robert Prise Document certifying the service of John Maddis, late soldier in the Pennsylvania Line during the Revolutionary War.
January 19, 1801 Report of the Committee Appointed to Prepare a Bill for Regulating Grants of Land Congress of the United States [not available] Details of types of relief allocated to Canadian refugees in United States, according to recommendations from the Secretaries of the War and the Treasury and altered by the committee.
May 13, 1793 Bond of Marshall & Kennedy James Marshall Henry Knox Marshall and Kennedy bind themselves to provide services to the United States in exchange for the sum of $5000. Marshall has received from Samuel Hodgdon, Quartermaster, the sum of $2,500 for the purpose of purchasing horses, according to aforementioned instructions.
October 24, 1788 Application of a widow for settlement Jonathan Dayton Joseph Howell Discusses the application of a widow of an officer for the settlement of his accounts for service in the New Jersey Line during the Revolutionary War
January 2, 1792 Land Warrant Assignment William Wade George Moore Assignment pertaining to a land warrant right, of William Wade, late a soldier in Capt. Ceyles' company in the 2nd Pennsylvania regiment.
May 15, 1796 Arrears Owed Ensign Polk William Polk Joseph Howell William Polk argues that the heirs of Ensign Polk are owed his pay since his absences from his post were due solely to the illness that eventually claimed his life.
March 11, 1786 Chronology of Service John Hoope Joseph Howell The author is writing on behalf of his brotherin-law John Rea(?) and provides a chronology of Rea's service in the Continental Army as the basis for assessing the amounts due his heirs. The maritime department has also been notified since Rea also served on a ship.
July 25, 1799 Adjusting to the Death of Mr. Laesch. David Ford Samuel Hodgdon The death of Mr. Laesch has put affairs at Morris Town in such a state that a delay in the report to Hodgdon will be necessary. Indeed , Ford's necessary absence to attend the Commissioners will prevent for a short time his attendance to the stores Should the quantity of shot be cast in iron molds? Perhaps the heirs of Laesch will produce 100 tons if they are needed.
August 8, 1798 Letter from the Accountant of the War Department Peter Hagner William R. Boote Hagner informs Boote to expect payment from Nicholas Fish.
April 3, 1794 Assignment and Power of Attorney John White Daniel Steven Power of attorney of John White - late a soldier in the Pennsylvania Line - to Daniel Steven.
March 22, 1794 Assignment and Power of Attorney Thomas Lloyd Moore Daniel Steven Power of attorney for Thomas Moore - late a private in the Pennsylvania Line - to Daniel Steven.
November 29, 1797 William Simmons discusses pay, finance and accounting with Dwight Foster William Simmons Dwight Foster William Simmons discusses the claim of Ann Gray with Dwight Foster.
February 1, 1792 Power of Attorney Barney Cox Unknown Recipient Barney Cox, sergeant and private in the 5th and 6th Pennsylvania Line, assigns his power of attorney to Samuel Maus.
March 2, 1798 Peter Hagner acts in the absence of William Simmons Peter Hagner Samuel Cabell Peter Hagner provides the certificate of Capt. Lewis and an account of the monies due him to Rep. Samuel Cabell.
January 3, 1792 Land Warrant Agreement Dinah McEntire George Moore Land warrant agreement of Dinah McEntire, wife of late soldier in the 3rd Pennsylvania regiment.
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.