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Revolutionary War Receipt of Accounts Settled

Identifier: SC 01473

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Scope and Contents

War receipt indicating that Peter Barnard, a Captian in the Army Infantry of the VIrginia Continental Army had received a certificate, delivered via John Lyons, which indicated that their accounts were settled and that Virginia would pay the remaining balance of any pay owed. For Barnard that amount was 301 Pounds, 11 Shillings, 9 Pence. The receipt is signed by Joseph Jackson of the Auditor's Office April 1, 1835.


  • Creation: 1835-014-01

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Immediate Source of Acquisition

From the Hart Collection.

Guide to the Revolutionary War Receipt of Accounts Settled
Christina R Luers, CA
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Part of the Special Collections Research Center Repository