Easley, John– Halifax County; On a list of guns & blankets belonging to sundry persons which was “pressed” for use of Halifax County militia when they marched with Gen Greene’s army to Guilford NC, 1 smooth gun valued at 1.6.0 (APA 238).
Echols, James– On a list of guns & blankets belonging to sundry persons which was “pressed” for use of Halifax County militia when they marched with Gen Greene’s army to Guilford NC, James Echols 1 rifle valued at 3.0.0 (APA 238).
Edminston, James– In a booklet of Charles Lynch, Superintendent of the Lead Mines, showing accounts of cash exchanged for provisions for the use of the mines in 1780: Jams. Edmuston for 60 lbs tallow (APA 661).
Edminston, William– In a booklet of Charles Lynch, Superintendent of the Lead Mines, showing accounts of cash exchanged for provisions for the use of the mines in 1780: William Edmuston for 170 lbs tallow (APA 661).
Edwards, James– Louisa County; On a list of certificates issued for publick services &c in 1780 by Garrett Minor Commissioner of the Provision Law, James Edwards issued certificate for droving Dec 1780, valued to 140.-.- (APA 238).
Ellington, Enock W.– Pittsylvania County; On a return of waggons that did service from 8 Sept to 31 Dec 1781 ordered by John Buckley Deputy Commissioner of Provision Law, Enock W. Ellington for 1 waggon, 4 horses, entered State Service 24 Sept for 56 days (APA 238).
Elliott, George– Russell County; [the following regards the account of Patrick Porter. It is two sided sheet that appears to relate mostly the receipt of beef for Duncan’s Fort] Duncan’s Fort, 29 July 1778, received from “George Ellit” one steer appraised to 9 pounds by Rawley Duncan and Benjamin Nicholson, wit. Patrick Porter (APA 238).
Elliott, John- Account, 11 June 1781, The Commonwealth to John Elliot, 60 pounds, for pasturage, corn, diets & lodgings. The above “was furnished Bolling Stark when the alarm happen’d at Staunton of the enemies approach towards that place—at which time the sd Stark removed the public papers to the sd. J. Elliots house over the north mountain” (APA 139, folder “1781”).
Elliott, Robert– Botetourt County, 10 Oct 1789, Robert Elliott certifies before James Barnett that in Dec 1779 a steer was impressed from him for the use of the Cherokee Expedition commanded by Col Hugh Crockett and that he never received satisfaction (APA 238).
Erwin– see Irwin
Etter– see Atter
Evans, John- 5 Nov 1782, John (x) Evins received 5.18.10 of Col Joseph Nevill for 475 pounds pork for use of the militia on their way over the mountain attending the Surveyor from Hampshire County in running the boundary line between Pennsylvania and Virginia (APA 139, folder “1783”).
Evans, Thomas- 27 March 1782, William Davies of the War Office certifies that Thomas Evans came as an express from Col Evans of Monongalia County (APA 139, folder “1782”). There is an additional certificate in the file for Thomas Evans riding express from Monongalia County to Fort Pitt.
Ewing, George– (1) Receipt, 7 April [no year], George Ewing receiv’d of Chas. Lynch” twenty four pounds for three bushl. salt for the use of Lead Mines”; (2) 6 Oct 1780, Lieut. John T. Sayers certifies that “George Ewings furnished a wagon team & drivers two days at Chiswells mines to assist in building a fort the use of the publick” (APA 661).
Ewing, John– Receipt 4 June 1778, John Ewing received of Charles Lynch six pounds “for makeing canues & repairing a wagon for the use of Lead Mines” (APA 661).
Ewing, Samuel– Receipt, Lead Mines, 20 Sept 1783, Samuel Ewing “receiv’d of Chas. Lynch nine pounds for waggoning 1540 lbs of led order’d by his Excellency the Governor for Kentucky as far as the Block house as per agreement with Mr. Rubsaman, agreable to the Governer’s instructions” (APA 661). Note: there are multiple receipts for Samuel Ewing in this file.
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