McCampbell, Andrew– Rockbridge County; On a return of waggons employed by Samuel Lyle, Commissioner, for transporting provisions &c to Richmond, Williamsburg &c, 3 Dec 1781, Andw. McCampbell for 30 days (APA 238).
McCampbell, James– Rockbridge County; On a return of waggons employed by Samuel Lyle, Commissioner, for transporting provisions &c to Richmond, Williamsburg &c, 10 Dec 1781, James McCampbell for 30 days (APA 238).
McCollum, James- 2 Nov 1782, James McCollum received of Joseph Nevill 14 shillings and six pence for four bushels of potatoes and three bushels of oats for the use of the militia on their way over the mountain attending the Surveyor from Hampshire County in running the temporary boundary line between this state and Pennsylvania (APA 139, folder “1783”).
McDaniel, 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 McDaniel 1 rifle valued at 2.15.0 (APA 238).
McDowell, William– Greenbrier County; 14 Nov 1789, William McDowell came before Saml. William, Justice, and made oath that he received receipts from Capt John Hopkins on his march with his company on the expedition against the Indians commanded by Gen Hand and that sd receipts were delivered to Capt Mathew Arbuckle who said he left them with Col Samp. Mathews to have settled who he is informed sent them to Philadelphia and that he never since heard of them nor received any satisfaction (APA 238).
McElheny, Robert– Rockbridge County; On a return of waggons employed by Samuel Lyle, Commissioner, for transporting provisions &c to Richmond, Williamsburg &c, 5 Dec 1781, Robert McElheny for 21 days (APA 238).
McGehee, John– 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: John McGehee for a qur. [quire] paper (APA 661).
McGonigal, Patrick– Augusta County, 22 Dec 1781, John Bosang certifies “that Patrick McGonigal served seven days gathering beeves of Francis Long’s company for use of the army (APA 238).
McGuire, Patrick- In Peter Pelham’s account of prisoners in the public gaol for whom he provided necessaries from 21 Dec 1777 to Feb 1778, Patr. McGuier prisoner 70 days (APA 139, folder “1781”).
McJemsey, John– Louisa County; On a list of certificates issued by Thomas Johnson Commissioner of the Provision Law in 1780 & 1781 for services for the publick etc., certificate issued to John McJemsey for a cask, 20.0.0 (APA 238).
McManaway, Sarah– Creel, in Selected Virginia Revolutionary War Records, vol 3, p 86 shows that on 20 Mar 1779 Chas. Patteson was issued warrant by Virginia for Mary Still (2o pounds), Mary Day (60 pounds), Mary Bond (30 pounds), Sarah McManaway (20 pounds), “widows & mothers of several soldiers in the Continental Army allowed by order Buckingham Court.” Creel’s reference is to Library of Virginia, Record Group 48, Auditor of Public Accounts, Inventory Entry 34, Daybooks: Receipts and Warrants, Auditors’ Account Volume II, 27.
McMeekins, Joseph- On a 26 June 1783 list of men hired by order of His Excellency the Governor to guard the prison, Joseph McMeekins for 12 days, 1.10.- (APA 139, folder “1783”).
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