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August 9, 1793 Invalids and the Pension List Edmund Randolph Henry Knox The Attorney General is trying to work with the Secretary of War to deal with the issue of invalids and the Pension List. Suggests writing a letter to some of the invalids to make them aware of the present situation.
October 19, 1789 Request for List of Invalids Henry Knox John Collins Requested list of invalids to follow enclosed format.
November 10, 1800 Records Lost Due to Fire; Request List of Invalids Samuel Dexter John Pierce Reports destruction of all paper files by fire. Requests an official list of invalids from the last half of the year.
October 19, 1789 Exact List of Invalids Henry Knox Thomas Mifflin Request for exact list of military invalids that received or are due a pension. States. Additional list of widows and orphans who have received pay.
February 10, 1790 List of Invalids in Massachusetts Henry Knox Benjamin Lincoln Enclosed list of invalids who received pensions.
April 7, 1790 Discrepancies on Lists of Invalids Henry Knox Benjamin Lincoln List sent by John Lucas did not contain same names of invalids as the list submitted by Knox (which was verified by the Governor of Massachusetts).
March 17, 1790 Replacement of Invalids to Pension List Henry Knox Benjamin Lincoln President authorized the return of invalids to pension list after being struck due to refusal of service at Castle or through the governor's proceedings at council.
October 19, 1789 List of Invalids Henry Knox George Walton Requests list of all military invalids, no lists from Georgia have been received. List of widows and orphans who have received compensation.
February 20, 1797 Cover Letter for List of Invalids James McHenry John Adams Cover letter enclosing list of invalids residing in Connecticut.
March 7, 1790 Weekly Account of Cash and Payment of Invalids Sharp Delany Alexander Hamilton Encloses weekly account of cash and a list of persons sued. Has proceeded in payment of invalids.
August 3, 1793 List of Invalids to the Massachusetts Commissioner of Loans Henry Knox Nathaniel Appleton Knox forwards a list of invalid pensioners to Appleton with a warrant for their upcoming payment.
February 13, 1790 Pensions for Invalids Henry Knox Brigadier General Otho H. Williams Requests list of Invalid Pensioners from Maryland having not received it from the Governor. Asks them to observe that pensions are only for the actual invalids or their representative. Congress has not determined a rule for providing for widows and orphans, therefore they cannot receive pensions at this time.
April 15, 1790 Discussion of Pension Payment to Rhode Island Invalids (7) Jeremiah Olney Henry Knox Letter, discusses payment of Invalid pensions in Rhode Island.
May 25, 1790 Knox writes to Lincoln regarding invalids Henry Knox Benjamin Lincoln Secretary Knox asks that Lincoln update the list of invalids eligible for payment by removing the deceased from the rolls. Knox request that this information be forwarded to him.
September 26, 1791 Request to Place Names on Invalid List Henry Knox Thomas Smith Knox requested William Scott and John Witram to be placed on invalid list. Includes pay.
February 18, 1796 Enclosed list of Invalid Pensioners James McHenry Stephen Moylan The Secretary of War encloses a list of Invalid Pensioners for the State of Pennsylvania. The Secretary of Treasury will furnish him with the necessary funds to pay the Invalids.
June 15, 1790 Enclosed Warrant to Cover Payments Henry Knox Benjamin Lincoln Warrant to pay six invalids who were not on approved list of those to receive pensions.
May 25, 1790 Regarding Payment of Invalid Pensions Henry Knox Jeremiah Olney Letter, discusses payment of Invalid pensions.
October 19, 1789 List of New Hamshire's Disabled Veterans, Etc. Henry Knox John Sullivan Knox requests a list of the military invalids from New Hampshire who have received pensions. A return also is needed of the officers' widows and orphans who have received half-pay from New Hampshire. The return should include the rank and time of the officers' deaths and the amount of the annual pensions paid to their widows and/or orphans.
October 19, 1789 Requests for list of all military invalids to whom pension have been granted and paid by Virginia; & return of officer's widows and orphans paid by Virginia. Henry Knox Beverley Randolph Knox, per direction of President of United States, requests list of all military invalids to whom pension have been granted and paid by State of Virginia on pursuance of resolves of congress. No lists have been received since 1787. Asks for return of officer's widows and orphans paid by Virginia.
April 28, 1790 Discussion of Pension Payment to Rhode Island Invalids (8) Henry Knox Jeremiah Olney Letter, discusses payment of Invalid pensions in Rhode Island.
April 25, 1789 List of Pensioners Received Henry Knox Beverley Randolph Acknowledged receipt of list pensioners Virginia can charge the United States.
March 18, 1790 Payment of invalids Brigadier General Otho H. Williams Alexander Hamilton Payment of invalids was by appropriation of county taxes which were to be reimbursed out of the state Treasury. By this arrangement, the unhappy sufferers were permitted to reside among friends and received their subsistence at home. In consequence, there has been more attention to their demands. Has not received from State Executive a complete list, but has reason to believe that there very few...
March 18, 1790 Payment of Invalids Henry Knox George Clinton Invalids unpaid, requested a return of arrearages due the Invalids.
July 10, 1794 [CIRCULAR] Pensioners and Invalids Alexander Hamilton William Gardner Secretary of War notified Hamilton that more pensioners were to be added to pension list. Hamilton notified Gardner that Gen. Knox will write Gardner with instruction on what to do with the names of invalids in New Hampshire. Hamilton also requested that Gardner pay the pensions of invalid from the money sent to Gardner for this purpose.