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Date Title Author Recipient Summary
October 30, 1792 Receipt of Ann Voorhees for Pay of Husband [not available] [not available] Ann Voorhees received $1.50 for a month's pay of husband, Mr. Voorhees.
September 21, 1794 Going Down to My Husband Isabel Pike Joseph Howell Mrs. PIke asks for an advance of $120 so that she can take her children to visit her husband.
December 3, 1792 Receipt of Joseph Howell for pay due to Ann Vorhees wife of Abraham Vorhees Ann Voorhees Joseph Howell Ann Voorhees received one half dollar on account of her husband Abraham's pay.
January 19, 1796 Funds for Mrs. Roberts from her Husband's Pay William Simmons Mrs. Sophia Roberts War Accountant writes Mrs. E. C. Sophia Roberts, informing her that she will receive from Nicholas Fish the sum of $115, being on the account of pay of her husband
October 1, 1795 Funds for Sophia Roberts on Account of her Husband's Pay William Simmons Mrs. Sophia Roberts Mrs. Roberts will receive $115 from Nicholas Fish on account of her husband's pay.
August 24, 1796 Pay to Mrs. Greaton for Her Husband William Simmons Jonathan Jackson Notifies Jackson that he will receive funds to be paid to Mrs. Sally Greaton for the pay of her husband, Captain Richard Greaton
August 24, 1796 Pay for Mrs. Greaton William Simmons Sally Greaton Notifies Mrs. Greaton that she will receive the pay from the account of her husband, Captain Greaton, from Mr. Jonathan Jackson, federal supervisor at Boston.
February 11, 1784 Concerning the printing of certificates Francis Child John Pierce Discusses the printing of certificates by a widow running her deceased husband's printing business and who was appointed printer to the Legislature of New York.
July 2, 1792 Receipt of Susanah Cremer on account of pay due husband [not available] [not available] Susanah Cremer received $2 from Joseph Howell on account of her husband, agreeably to letter of attorney.
June 19, 1794 Letter for Mrs. Pike Regarding Her Husband's Pay Joseph Howell Jonathan Dayton Enclosed is a letter to Mrs. Isobel Pike that discusses the $160 of her husband's pay to which she is entitled. Dayton is asked to forward the letter to her.
May 21, 1796 Pay to an officer's wife William Simmons Sally Greaton Notifies Mrs. Greaton that she will receive the pay for her husband from Nathaniel Gorham
July 2, 1792 Receipt of Ann Vorhees for Money Received of Husband's Pay Joseph Howell [not available] Ann Vorhees received $2 from Joseph Howell on account of her husband's pay. Signed by Abram Vorhees of Captain Doyle's Company.
November 28, 1792 Receipt of Joseph Howell for pay due to Hannah Drane, wife of Alexander Drane [not available] [not available] Hannah Drane, wife of Alexander Drane received $1.50 on account of husband's pay.
September 26, 1796 Enclosed Receipt of Sally Greaton, Money Paid on Account of Her Husband Jonathan Jackson William Simmons Encloses a receipt for $90 paid to Sally Greaton of her husband's account.
October 28, 1792 Receipt of Joseph Howell for Martha Facundis Joseph Howell Martha Facundis Martha Facundus received $3 on account of husband's pay as soldier in First Battalion Artillery.
December 31, 1792 Receipt of Joseph Howell for Ann Voorhees Joseph Howell Ann Voorhees Ann Voorhees received $1.50 on account of husband's pay.
October 4, 1789 Margaret Tracey writes to the Secretary at War Margret Tracey Henry Knox Letter, asks for appointment for husband.
March 16, 1798 Mrs. Taylor's Application to Receive Her Husband's Monthly Allowance, Etc. Samuel Hodgdon Isaac Craig Letter, discusses payments made to ship carpenters; mentions Mrs. Taylor's application for her husband's allowance.
June 24, 1798 My Husband Wishes to Enter into the Service of His Country Sarah Beates Samuel Hodgdon Mrs. Beates has been told that noone has more weight with the War Department than Hodgdon. Mr. Beates will soon be visiting him so that he will see that her husband is not undeserving of Hodgdon's attention. He wants to enter into the service of his country and she believes that he is deserving of whatever opportunities that are available.
May 6, 1786 Pay Certificates for a Widow John Pierce Eleanor Lott Pierce informs Mrs. Lott that the certificates for pay owed to her husband were delivered to Captain Heard
October 9, 1786 Application for pay from the Widow Stevenson John Pierce Edward Carrington Mrs. Stevenson, wife of the deceased Lt. William Stevenson, has made application for the pay of commutation due her late husband.
November 14, 1792 Receipt of Joseph Howell for Martha Facundis, wife of Frederick Facundis Martha Facundis Joseph Howell Martha Facundis received $3 twice from Joseph Howell on account of her husband Frederick Facundis' pay.
May 21, 1796 Pay to the Wife of an Officer William Simmons Nathaniel Gorham Notifies Gorham that he will receive money to pay to Mrs. Greaton on the account of her husband's pay.
October 25, 1794 Continuing the Expedition Alexander Hamilton George Washington Hamilton discusses the expedition's progress as it arrives in Berlin, Pennsylvania. [Whiskey Rebellion]
September 24, 1792 Receipt for Pay to Margaret Green, wife of Peter Green Margaret Green Joseph Howell Margaret Green received $2 on account of husband Peter Green's pay in company commanded by Captain Haskell.