Location: Fort Loudoun Tennessee

1759, December 7, Fort Loudoun Letter 1

Sir As the Little Carpenter is going down this Day to Keowee to see your Excellency: He has desired me to write by him, he sets off without speaking to Old Hop and the rest of the Heardmen because he thinks that they are not...

Read More

1759, December 7, Fort Loudoun Letter 3

Sir This will be delivered by the Carpenter who setts out this morning with a firm Resolution of accomodating matters with your Excellency, he Expects that the Transgrefsors will be Demmanded and has just told me that his Voice...

Read More

1759, December 7, Fort Loudoun Letter 2

Sir This well be delivered by the Carpenter who Setts out this morning with a firm Resolution of accomodating matters with Your Excellency, he Expects that the Transgrefsors witll be Demmanded and has Just told me that his Voice...

Read More

8 May 1759, Fort Loudon

We have been to y French fort and no Succefs. Y reason of it wafs, while 42 of our brefkost Younge fellows was waiting about the fort, and y rest of us within Eight Mile of it with our canoes at camp, gooding Stole one of the...

Read More

1759, February 26, Fort Loudoun

Sir j send by the Expres a little Bundle with 3 Skins, which j desire your Excellency to accept them, the Revd. Mr. Richardson who Some before went to Keowee told me, he would take care of them, that poor Gentleman has been...

Read More

1759, November 15, Fort Loudoun

Sir Mr. Elliot came to this Fotrt yesterday and Brought to Captain Demere a Copy of your Excellency’s Letter to Mr. Coytmore Captain Bemere having been indisposed Some days has desired me to acquaint your Excellency that theere...

Read More

1759, June 1, Fort Loudoun

Sir The 26th of Last Month the Little Carpenter arrived here & came directly to the fort and said that he was verry sorry to hear that in his Absence there had been so many bad talks and that Some of them had been to...

Read More

Roll of Captain John Stuarts Company

An effective Roll of Captain John Stuarts Company Working at Fort Loudoun July 11th, 1757 John Stuart Captain James Adamson Lieutenant John Miller, Sergeant Jacob Glaughenberg,  Sergeant John Roberts,  Corp Arch, Watson,  Dr...

Read More

1759, June 2, Fort Loudoun

Sir Last night j recived your Excellency’s Letter of the 2d of may, and this Morning, j called, the Carpenter, Smith and the Man that take care of the Glasses and Hedges ______ and told them that j orders not employ them...

Read More

Search

Subscribe to AccessGenealogy

Enter your email address to subscribe to AccessGenealogy and receive notifications of new posts by email.

Join 10,627 other subscribers

It takes a Village to grow a Family Tree!


It takes a village to grow a family tree!
Genealogy Update - Keeping you up-to-date!
101 Best Websites 2016

Recent Comments