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Date Title Author Recipient Summary
November 12, 1791 List of the Killed & Wounded, Etc. Robert Barr Samuel Hodgdon Barr notes that they now have a List of the Killed and Wounded. Col. Darke is included on the list of wounded but Barr hopes that he is not mortally wounded. Mr. Duncan informs Barr that he has a large quantity of Hyson Tea that will sell well at Natchez and New Orleans.
December 31, 1791 Regarding wounded soldier Henry Knox Richard Butler Letter, discusses wounded soldier.
November 4, 1790 Return of the Killed and Wounded upon the Expedition against the Miami Towns Josiah Harmar [not available] Return of the killed and wounded upon the expedition against the Miami towns, under the command of Brigadier General Harmar. Federal troops killed: 75; militia; 108. Total wounded: 31. Killed included Major Wyllys, Lieutenant Frothingham, Major Fontaine, Captain Thorp, Captain, Scott, Captain McMurtry, Lieutenant Clark, Lieutenant Worley, and Ensign Arnold.
February 14, 1791 Half-Pay Due Widows and Orphans Henry Knox [not available] The Secretary for the Department of War to whom was referred the petition of Anne Roberts and of the orphan children of the late Major Andrew Leitch and of the late Captain William White reports that the half pay due widows and orphans had not been paid by United States due to lack of proper application. He advises that applications for half-pay should be made to states of residence.
June 21, 1790 The Secretary for the Department of War to whom was referred the petition of Caleb Brewster Henry Knox [not available] Report - Secretary of War approved the pension for Brewster who was wounded during his duty keeping the seaway between Long Island and Connecticut open for military communication.
[not available] Account of Depredations Committed in Kentucky by Savages since May 1, 1789 Unknown Author [not available] Details on murders, attacks, and horse thefts that occurred in each county of Kentucky.
May 24, 1790 Indian Attack Alex Ballit Harry Innes Man wounded near plantation, believed to be by Indians.
February 25, 1785 Officers of the invalid Corps Jonathan White Joseph Howell Asks about the pay of officers of the invalid Corps.
November 8, 1790 Extract of a letter from Slater to Patterson I.T. Slater Colonel Patterson Letter, describes Indian aggression; discusses casualties.
July 27, 1792 Guidance regarding military administration and Indian warfare Henry Knox Anthony Wayne Extract of a letter relating to disabled or invalided soldiers, and a note to Wilkinson clarifying the chain of command.
[not available] Claim of Corporal Samuel Hull [not available] [not available] Regarding claim of wounded Corporal Samuel Hull.
January 9, 1797 Certification of Allowance for Wounded Veteran Andrew Lewis James McHenry [not available] Refers to pursuance of Indians and wounds received. Dr. Robert Brownfield certifies that Andrew Lewis's loss of his right arm prevents him from labor or earning a living. Refers to congressional act to provide for wounded soldiers with an annual allowance.
May 14, 1790 Information on Thomas Fall William Knox Joseph Howell A clerk in the War Office informs the Commissioner of Army Accounts that Secretary Knox desires information on Thomas Fall, who was wounded at Fort Washington in 1776, and whether or not he is on any of the muster rolls in Howell's possession. The Secretary also requests that Howell investigate the merits of a claim by Nathan Fuller.
March 13, 1794 Petition of Thomas Holton Henry Knox Senate of the United States Knox addresses the United States Senate regarding the petitions of Lieutenant Jonathan Holton, wounded at Barrington in 1777 and placed on the New Hampshire pension list. Knox concludes that, though the wound may not be extremely injurioius, to withdraw the pension assigned Holton by the State of New Hampshire would signal a parsimony unfavorable to the national reputation.
August 5, 1797 Wound of Robert Cosby Thomas A. Claiborne War Department Claiborne's certification of the wound of Robert Cosby received in action at Ninety Six, South Carolina.
June 9, 1797 Certification of Wounded Soldier Andrew Lewis Capt. William Clendinen [not available] Certifies that Andrew Lewis served as a soldier in a volunteer militia unit to protect inhabitants of Virginia. While sent on an express to warn the local inhabitants of an impending Indian attack, he was wounded and his arm was subsequently amputated.
November 12, 1792 Indian Attack Against Mr. Byram William Blount Henry Knox Blount describes an Indian attack on the house of Mr. Byram in which one attacker was killed and another wounded.
June 30, 1794 Return of the killed, wounded, and missing John Mills Unknown Recipient Return of the killed, wounded, and missing, of a detachment under the orders of Major William McMahon, in the action near Fort Recovery, on June 30, 1794. McMahon was among the officers killed.
November 7, 1791 Relieving the Wounded Robert Buntin Samuel Hodgdon The clothing sent on is a little wet having gone through the river and there is no place here to open the bales with any kind of safety. The General thinks that they should be sent as they are on to Fort Washington as soon as possible. All the horses here, including those with the clothing, have gone with provisions to relieve the wounded that lie between this place and Fort Washington. There is...
August 20, 1794 Return of the killed, wounded and missing John Mills Unknown Recipient Return of the killed, wounded, and missing, of the Federal Army, commanded by Major General Anthony Wayne on the banks of the Miami, at the post of the Rapids, in the vicinity of the British post.
September 4, 1788 Arrival of Captain Zeigler; attack on Lieutenant Peters' detachment Josiah Harmar Henry Knox Captain Zeigler arrived with Cornplanter, Halftown, an Oneida Chief, and several of the Six Nations. A party commanded by Lieutenant Peters was attacked on the Wabash. Ten killed and eight wounded.
December 25, 1797 Description of Attack on Indians Edward Price [not available] Description of attack on Indians on 22 December 1797. One Indian was killed; two others were seriously wounded, one of which was Bird Trail, an influential Creek chief. Col. Hawkins, Indian Superintendent, left to determine the damage.
April 4, 1794 Indian Attack William Rickard David Henley Report of 25 Indians attacking Block House at mouth of Town Creek. Recounts defense of building against Indians and number of dead. Muster rolls enclosed.
October 23, 1790 General Orders: Conduct of Brigade Major Ormsby Josiah Harmar [not available] Harmar recognizes the conduct of Brigade Major Ormsby, in rallying a party of militia and firing upon savages, whereby he destroyed several of them and expresses his thanks. Although they have been galled, the enemy may hover about the encampment. Cautions to maintain vigilance. Wounded militia to be collected in one place, where Doctor Allison and Doctor Carmichael will attend and dress them....
July 17, 1792 Power of Attorney to Moses Mortain John Winter [not available] Power of Attorney granted to Moses Martain by John Winter, specifically to secure arrears of pension owed Winter, who was wounded in the war. Witnessed by Ebenezer Farnham and John Remington