Guide to the Hugh Hughes (fl. 1782), Deputy Quartermaster of New York Day book 1782 MG 163
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Inventory prepared by James Lewis as part of the “Farm to City” project funded by a grant from the National Historical Publications and Records Commission.
Finding aid encoded by Julia Telonidis. January 2006. Production of the EAD 2002 version of this finding aid was made possible by a grant from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation. Finding aid written in English.
Hugh Hughes was the deputy quartermaster for the state of New York. He was based at Fish Kill, New York in 1782.
This daybook contains copies of orders and requests made to and by Hugh Hughes while he was the deputy quartermaster of New York in 1782. The orders and requests vary a great deal, but are often for such things as horses, hay, and bran. The daybook includes letters from Timothy Pickering, Baron Friedrich Wilhelm von Steuben, and George Washington.
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This collection should be cited as: Manuscript Group 163, Hugh Hughes (fl. 1782), Deputy Quartermaster of New York
Daybook, The New Jersey Historical Society.
Gift of Edwin A. Ely, 1928.