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Series VII. William Crawford, 1757-1789

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William Crawford (1732-1782) was a soldier and surveyor who mentored under George Washington. Crawford served on the frontier at Fort Pitt, and later commanded the ill-fated Crawford Expedition into the Ohio territory, after which he was executed following his capture by the Delaware. William and his brother, Valentine Crawford, were members of the Ohio Company.

Folder 52 William Crawford’s debt to Thomas Cresap, June 3, 1757
Folder 53 William Crawford’s debt to John Greenfield, September, 1758
Folder 54 William Crawford’s account with John Dow, 1756-1758
Folder 55 William Crawford’s debt to Nathaniel Thomas, June 26, 1760
Folder 56 William Crawford’s account with John Stanton, January 7, 1762
Folder 57 Valentine Crawford’s debt to David Shepherd, September 9, 1762
Folder 58 William Crawford’s account with John Brigg, November 4, 1771
Folder 59 Memorandum of William Crawford’s debt to the Crown, July 23, 1772
Folder 60 William Crawford’s promise to repay Fielding Lewis, August 27, 1772
Folder 61 George Roote’s account with Dorsey Pentecost, 1779-1780
Folder 62 William Crawford, debt (fragments), December 16, 1789