Bellows, Benjamin, 1740-1802
- Existence: 1740 - 1802
Found in 7 Collections and/or Records:
Identifier: Mss 780129
Scope and Contents Letter from Benjamin A. Bellows to Captain Oliver Ashley of Claremontm, NH, giving him orders to impress any arms that the owners do not equip themselves that are within Claremont.
Identifier: Mss 777305.1
Scope and Contents Two-page letter from Benjamin Bellows Jr. to Oliver Ashley in Claremont, New Hampshire informing him that the Committee of Safety has requested him to send militia to Ticonderoga. Bellows asks Ashley yo raise as many as possible in his district and send the to No. 4. If Ashley cannot get men to enlist for three years, take some for eight months if the town will provide substitutes.
Identifier: Mss 776407
Scope and Contents Letter from Benjamin Bellows in Walpole, New Hampshire to Captain Ashley of Claremont, New Hampshire giving directions to draft eleven men with details regarding pay etc.
Identifier: Mss 777421
Scope and Contents Letter from Colonel Benjamin Bellows in Walpole, New Hampshire, to Captain Ashley informing him that he is ordered to raise, by draft, one fourth part of the militia under his command, and he therefore orders Ashley to raise one fourth part of the militia in his town and have them fully equipped at Charlestown without loss of time.
Identifier: Mss 780125
Scope and Contents Letter from Col. Benjamin Bellows of Walpole, NH to Captain Oliver Ashley informing him that the enemy are preparing to make a descent on colonial frontiers, writer desires 80 men be equipped with gun, snow shoes, 5 days provisions and 10 alarm men be ready to be commanded by field officer.
Identifier: Mss 780454
Scope and Contents From Walpole, Col. Benjamin Bellows writes a letter to Capt. Oliver Ashley advising him to equip men ready to march on any emergency and to impress arms in Claremont.
Identifier: Mss 780569
Scope and Contents In a letter to Generals Bayley and Bellows, Israel Morey in Orford does not believe all men on road for Coos can be wanted unless there are more of the enemy than he has heard of. Between Orford and Northfield there are 1000 men and this morning 200 more passed thru Orford. He is awaiting orders.