Chittenden, Thomas, 1730-1797
- Existence: 1730 - 1797
Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:
Identifier: Mss 781513
Scope and Contents Chittenden writes from Arlington to Olcott in Norwich informing him that the enemys hostile intentions make it imperative he immediately musters his brigade. Enemy appears to be going to strike on this side. Letter delivered by E. Brewster.
Identifier: Mss 777624
Scope and Contents Resolution appointing Dr. Paul Spooner, Col. Peter Albrecht, and Capt. Curtis a committee to work with the committee of sequestration of the east side of the Green Mountain in determining destination of such persons whom Committee of Safety deem dangerous to remain in town they belong in, also in determining confiscation of Tory estates.
Identifier: Mss 782370
Overview In English.
McClure MS-1311: David McClure papers
Folder: 785364.2, Box: 2
Identifier: Mss 781290.1
Scope and Contents Captain-General Chittenden orders Olcott to have officers chosen for his brigade and their names sent in for commissions. They need to increase their quota of men.