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November 2, 1795 Pay and Forage of George Balfour, surgeon's mate Peter Hagner Timothy Pickering Hagner certifies that $36 is due George Balfour, Surgeon's Mate, being his pay and forage for October 1795, payable to his wife, Mrs. Elizabeth Balfour.
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.
October 20, 1795 Pay and Forage of George Balfour, Surgeon's Mate William Simmons Timothy Pickering Simmons certifies that $36.00 is due George Balfour, Surgeon's Mate, being his pay and forage for September 1795, payable to his wife, Elizabeth Balfour.
September 1, 1795 Pay and Forage of George Balfour, Surgeon's Mate William Simmons Timothy Pickering Simmons certifies that $36.00 is due George Balfour, Surgeon's Mate, being his pay and forage for August 1795 which sum is payable to his wife, Mrs. Elizabeth Balfour.
March 9, 1796 Pay & Forage of Surgeon's Mate George Balfour William Simmons James McHenry Simmons certifies that $36 is due George Balfour, Surgeon's Mate, being his pay and forage for February 1796, payable to his wife Elizabeth Balfour.
February 17, 1796 Pay & Forage of surgeon's mate George Balfour William Simmons James McHenry Simmons certifies that $36 is due George Balfour, Surgeon's Mate, for his pay and forage for January 1796 which sum is payable to his wife, Mrs. Elizabeth Balfour.
January 14, 1796 Pay & Forage of surgeon's mate George Balfour William Simmons Timothy Pickering Simmons certifies that $36 is due George Balfour, Surgeon's Mate, being his pay and forage for December 1795, payable to his wife Elizabeth Balfour.
August 4, 1795 Pay and Forage of Surgeon's Mate George Balfour William Simmons Timothy Pickering Simmons certifies that the sum of $36.00 is due George Balfour, Surgeon's Mate, being his pay and forage for July 1795, payable to his wife, Eliza Balfour.
December 3, 1795 Pay and Forage of Surgeon's Mate George Balfour William Simmons Timothy Pickering Simmons certifies that $36 is due George Balfour, Surgeon's Mate, being his pay and forage for November 1795 and payable to his wife Mrs. Elizabeth Balfour.
January 23, 1800 The Loss of the Late General Washington, Etc. Constant Freeman Samuel Hodgdon Freeman chides Hodgdon about franking all letters to and from men in the ranks. He notes that the people of Charleston are still grieving over the death of General Washington.
November 9, 1792 Receipt of Joseph Howell for Margaret Green, wife of soldier in 2d U.S. Regiment Margaret Green Joseph Howell Margaret Green, wife of soldier in 2d U.S. Regiment, received $2.
March 14, 1800 Particular Modes Adopted for Transmitting Returns, Etc. Constant Freeman Samuel Hodgdon After submitting a return of clothing due Captain Kalteisen, Freeman inquired as to the particular modes required for transmitting returns. Since he has not had a reply, he is unable to answer the men's inquiries respecting their clothing. He congratulates Hodgdon on the birth of his daughter but advises that he and his wife are unable to do likewise since they may be removed from St. Croix to...
July 7, 1795 Pay Due the Estate of Andrew Knour William Simmons Timothy Pickering Simmons certifies that the sum of $20.26 is due the estate of Andrew Knour, late a soldier in Captain Jacob Kingbury's Company, being the balance due him on November 4, 1791, the day of his death, payable to wife Margaret Zimmers.
January 27, 1797 New Regulations and Burned Printer's House Samuel Hodgdon Isaac Craig Notification that Craig will comply with new regulations. Disbanding cavalry and a note from the House of Representatives. Mentioned the burning of Brown the printer's house and the death of his wife, children, and servants.
September 1, 1792 Receipt of Joseph Howell for pay due to Hannah Drane, wife of soldier Hannah Drane Joseph Howell Hannah Drane received $1.50 from Joseph Howell, on account of husband Alexander Drane, soldier 1st United States Regiment.
October 29, 1791 Family in Distress Richard Clarke Samuel Hodgdon Since his family is likely to be distressed, Clarke has nobody else to turn to but Hodgdon. Clarke lives in the little hut near the slaughterhouse and had even made improvements to it. His wife has informed him that Mr. Hunt wants to turn her out so he asks Hodgdon to intercede on her behalf until he returns.
November 20, 1793 Pay matters; Colonel Hamtramck account; death of poor Herleman Caleb Swan Joseph Howell Received letters. Will assist Colonel Hamtramck in settlement of his account. Mentions deranged pay, death of Herleman. Has obtained his private effects; will deliver to his wife.
June 6, 1787 Writing in the absence of Mr. Howell; report on sundry accounts; status of Mrs. Howell Caleb Swan John Pierce Swan is writing in absence of Joseph Howell, who is apparently at Philadelphia attending to his dangerously sick wife. He reports on numerous accounts, inlcluding Mr. Alexander, Mr. Neufville, and Mr. Duer. There has been no further application yet made for General Putnam's or General Huntington's settlements. Howell's wife is something better and Joseph Howell hopes to return to New York.
July 27, 1799 Reports News of Indians Departing, Gen. Wilksin Arriving, Decision on Stevens Retiring, Death of James Miller's Wife Samuel Hodgdon Isaac Craig Reports that Indians will sail on a vessel from Orleans. He expects General Wilkinson with news. Swans has assigned apartments. The decision on Stevens's request to retire will be known soon.The Quartermaster General and O'Hara are both present. James Miller lost his wife to consumption.
November 8, 1797 Certification of payments; Joseph Maffett, deceased William Simmons James McHenry Certification that $53.50 is due the estate of Corporal Joseph Maffett of Capt. John Crawford's Company 4th Sub Legion, being the balance due him from January 1, 1793 to November 21, 1793, the day of his death. Payable to Thomas Thompson attorney to Elizabeth Maffett, wife and administratrix.
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.
February 18, 1796 Pay of John McGee, Deceased, late a private in Captain James Gamble's Company William Simmons James McHenry Simmons certifies that $7.73 is due John McGee, late a private in Captain James Gamble's Company, being his pay from Nov. 1 to Nov. 28, 1795 the day of his death and for the balance of his bounty which is payable to his wife, Ann McGee.
January 13, 1793 Receipt of Joseph Howell for pay due to Susannah Grener, wife of Jacob Grener [not available] [not available] Susanna Grener received $2 on account of husband Jacob's pay.
October 14, 1798 Acceptance of Commission as Major General; Requests for Care of Family & a Commission for Former Secretary Charles Cotesworth Pinckney James McHenry Pinckney states that he learned of his appointment as major general via a newspaper while en route from France to America; asks that McHenry inform Adams that he will accept the commission. Requests permission to see his wife and daughter to Carolina before returning northward, and also requests a commission for his former secretary, who has spent time studying military books and observing...
January 14, 1793 Receipt of Joseph Howell for Martha Facundis, wife of Frederick Facundis Martha Facundis Joseph Howell Martha [Mary] Facundis received $3 twice on account of pay of husband Frederick Facundis.