Green Clay collection  1753-1818 (bulk 1813)
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   Container / Location    Title
Box   45, Small Collections  
Green Clay collection [series]:
Folder   16  
 1753 July 18.
Major Hamilton: Major Hamilton is to pay what he owes to Mr. Gowley.
 
 1753 September 20.
From Richard Witton to the Sheriff of Lunenburg: A warrant to seize fifteen pounds from the estate of Jacob Watts, who owes that sum and who has recently left the county.
 
 1786 August 24.
James Bullis; Kinderhook, New York: Deed signing over land in Vermont to Captain Peleg Sunderland for 35 pounds (located in oversize).
 
 1801 December 26.
James Key to Thomas Harris: Settling accounts with Harris's brother.
Folder   17  
 1807 April 16.
James Richardson and James MacKay; St. Louis District, Louisiana Territory: Testimony of John Sappington and Joseph Wells in the matter of James Hendricks vs. Green Clay.
 
 1808 November 29.
Samuel South to Green Clay: Regarding the state of the 13th Brigade of the Kentucky Militia; confirming receipt of copies of relevant documents.
 
 1809 August 13.
J. C. Sherbrooke: Sworn statement that his horse was killed in action on July 28 near Talavera and claiming appropriate payment.
 
 1812 May 13.
Andrew Bradley; Goose Creek, [Kentucky]: Receipt for orders from General White.
Folder   18  
 [1812].
Benjamin Letcher to Green Clay: Orders for the mustering of the 9th Brigade of the Kentucky Militia.
 
 1813 February 16-19.
Green Clay to Samuel South: Notice that 6 copies of orders regarding raising a number of men are enclosed.
 
 1813 February 16-19.
Green Clay to Samuel South: Copy of notice that 6 copies of orders regarding raising a number of men are enclosed.
 
 1813 March 4.
Benjamin Pierce to Isaac Brooks; Hillsborough, [New Hampshire]: Benjamin Pierce describes celebrations he has recently taken part in, including many patriotic toasts.
Folder   19  
 1813 March 14.
William Logan to Green Clay; Shelby County: William Logan, despite his strong feelings of patriotism and desire to assist the cause, declines an offer to accompany Green Clay in the military.
 
 1813 March 19.
Lexington, Kentucky: General orders for various regiments of the Kentucky Militia.
 
 1813 March 19.
Green Clay to William Dudley; Lexington, Kentucky: General orders for various regiments of the Kentucky Militia.
 
 1813 April 5.
Green Clay; Cincinnati, [Ohio]: General orders for the Brigade Inspector, Brigade Quartermaster, and commanding officers of various regiments of the Kentucky Militia.
Folder   20  
 1813 April 9-12.
Green Clay; Dayton, Ohio: General orders regarding the detachment of Lieutenant Colonel William E. Boswell to the New Hampshire Army; card playing and gambling are strictly prohibited.
 
 1813 April 13.
Taylor to Henry Perry: Morning muster report for the 10th Regiment of the Kentucky Militia under William E. Boswell.
 
 1813 April 17.
Green Clay; Piqua, Ohio: General orders regarding the appointment of two chaplains and a Horse Master.
 
 1813 April 17.
Green Clay; Piqua, Ohio: General orders regarding the training of troops and treatment of "friendly Indians.”
Folder   21  
 1813 April 17.
David Trimble: Document regarding the return of baggage wagons and pack horses for the Kentucky Militia under command of Green Clay.
 
 1813 April 20.
William E. Boswell to Green Clay: William Boswell relates his concern over the state of treatment of baggage.
 
 1813 April 20.
Taylor: Morning muster report for the 10th Regiment of the Kentucky Militia.
 
 1813 April 20.
Vaulallen; near Piqua, Ohio: Regimental report of the 13th Regiment of the Kentucky Militia.
Folder   22  
 1813 April 21.
Green Clay; Lorimies, [Ohio]: Orders regarding a new line of March for the Kentucky Militia on the way to St. Mary's, Ohio, and supplies for these regiments.
 
 1813 April 29.
AD; Fort Amanda, [Ohio]: Morning regimental report for the 13th Regiment, Kentucky Militia.
 
 1813 May 8.
Taylor; Fort Meigs, [Ohio]: Morning report of the 10th Regiment, Kentucky Militia with postscript addition from T.H. Pinsoth.
 
 1813 June 14.
Hubbard B. Smith to Green Clay; Fort Winchester: Hubbard B. Smith describes his travels since being left behind at Piqua on account of rheumatism.
Folder   23  
 1813 June 21.
Thomas Mountjoy to Green Clay; Portage River, Ohio: Thomas Mountjoy believes that he will soon be attacked and will not be able to successfully resist due to a lack of men and ammunition.
 
 1813 July 5.
Thomas Mountjoy to [Green Clay]; Portage River, Ohio: Thomas Mountjoy describes a deserter being sent to Green Clay.
 
 1813 August 1.
Joseph Tinfley et al. to Green Clay; Camp Meigs, Ohio: The writers inform Green Clay that John Henderson is likely to face an imminent court martial for disorderly conduct.
 
 1813 August 11.
William Ellis to Green Clay; Fayette, Kentucky: William Ellis recounts his experience exchanging money for prisoners taken by the British.
Folder   24  
 1813 August 16.
A.W. Rollins to Green Clay; Richmond, Kentucky: A.W. Rollins describes conditions in Kentucky, including a recent plague of yellow fever among returning soldiers and a swelling enthusiasm for the war effort.
 
 1813 September 10.
Peter Dudley: Morning Regimental Report for a Brigade of Militia under the Command of Brigadier General Green Clay.
 
 1813 September 21.
Samuel Howard to Green Clay; Lower Sandusky, [Ohio]: Samuel Howard has fallen ill and, as he can no longer take care of Green Clay’s horses, he has given them over to the care of Patrick Chass, who will require payment.
 
 1813 October 2.
Thomas L. Hawkins to Green Clay; Bass Island, [Ohio]: Receipt for "one markee with poles complete."
Folder   25  
 1814 June 14.
Green Clay to Isaac Shelby; Clay resigns from his Major General post in the Kentucky Militia.
 
 1814 November 10.
Joseph McMurtry to [Green Clay]; Harrodsburg, [Kentucky]: Joseph McMurtry, in light of his brother John being treated as a deserter, asks the recipient to clarify whether he issued an order for John’s arrest.
 
 [1814].
E. Perkins to Green Clay: Summoning Green Clay to bear witness at the court martial of [John] McMurtry.
 
 1815 June 16.
Joseph McMurtry to Green Clay: Joseph McMurtry asks Green Clay for evidence that he was summoned to give evidence at the court martial of his brother, John McMurtry.
 
 1816 April 1.
Samuel South to Green Clay: Samuel South gives the dates for various regimental musters and invites Green Clay to watch the 13th Brigade of the Kentucky Militia in September .
Folder   26  
 1818 September 30.
Lewis Cass to Green Clay: Lewis Cass recounts the return of a man named Tanner after his capture by Native Americans.
 
 Undated.
Vaulallen: List of the names and rank of the officers in the 13th Regiment of the Kentucky Militia.
 
 Undated.
Otto Hamilton to [William] Adair: Otto Hamilton describes three muster rolls enclosed with his letter.
 
 Undated.
AD: Document regarding clothing supplies for 2,000 men.