Chribbs bibliography

Books

American State Papers: Miscellaneous, Vol. I, Washington: Gales and Seaton (1834) (“Burr’s Conspiracy”).

Boucher, John Newton, ed., A Century and a Half of Pittsburg and Her People, Vol. I, New York: Lewis Publishing Company (1908).

Clarke, Robert, Record of the distribution and sale of lots in the town of Losantiville (now Cincinnati) 1789 [Rare Books Collection, University of Cincinnati].

Cooke, William Wilcox, ed., Reports of Cases Argued and Determined in the Supreme Court of Tennessee, Vol. 3 (James Jackson v. Gerard Trammell, pp. 208-11). The legal citation for this case is Jackson v. Trammell, 3 Tenn. 274 (1813).

History of Clark County, Ohio, Chicago: W.H. Beers & Co. (1881).

Jones, A.E., Extracts from the History of Cincinnati and the Territory of Ohio, Cincinnati: Cohen & Co. (1888).

Knopf, Richard C., ed., Anthony Wayne: A Name in Arms, Pittsburgh: University of Pittsburgh Press (1959).

Ludlow, John, The Early Settlement of Springfield, Ohio (The Ludlow Papers), Springfield, Ohio: Clark County Historical Society (1963).

Message from the President of the United States Accompanying a Statement of Expenditures from the 1st of January 1797, by the Quarter Master General, and the Navy Agents, for the Contingencies of the Naval and Military Establishments, Washington: William Duane and Son, printer (1803).

Oberg, Barbara B., ed., The Papers of Thomas Jefferson, Vol. 35: August to November 1801, Princeton University Press (2009).

__________, The Papers of Thomas Jefferson, Vol. 38: July to November 1802, Princeton University Press (2011).

Odell’s Dayton Directory and Business Advertiser, Dayton, Ohio: James O’Dell, Jr., publisher (1850) (Curwen, Maskell E., “Sketch of the History of Dayton”).

Philbrick, Francis S., ed., The Laws of Indiana Territory 1801-1809, Springfield, Ill.: Illinois State Historical Library (1930).

Report of the Secretary of the Treasury on the State of the Finances for the Year Ending June 30, 1856, U.S. House of Representatives, 34th Cong., 3d Sess., Ex. Doc. No. 2, Washington: Cornelius Wendell, printer (1856).

Rowson, Susanna Haswell, Charlotte Temple: A Tale of Truth, New York: Bartleby.com (2013).

Territorial Papers of the United States: The Territory of Indiana 1800-1816, Vol. VII, Washington: U.S. Government Printing Office (1939).

Articles and Papers

Caldwell, Norman W., “Cantonment Wilkinsonville,” Mid-America, An Historical Review, Vol. 31, No. 1, Chicago: Institute of Jesuit History, Loyola University (January 1949), pp. 3-28.

__________, “Civilian Personnel at the Frontier Military Post (1790-1814),” Mid-America, An Historical Review, Vol. 38, Chicago: Institute of Jesuit History, Loyola University (1956).

__________, “Fort Massac During the French and Indian War,” Journal of the Illinois State Historical Society, Vol. 43, No. 2, Springfield, Ill.: Illinois State Historical Library (Summer 1950), pp. 100-19.

__________, “Fort Massac: The American Frontier Post,” Journal of the Illinois State Historical Society, Vol. 43, No. 4, Springfield, Ill.: Illinois State Historical Library (Winter 1950), pp. 265-81.

__________, “Fort Massac: Since 1805,” Journal of the Illinois State Historical Society, Vol. 44, No. 1, Springfield, Ill.: Illinois State Historical Library (Spring 1951), pp. 47-60.

__________, “The Frontier Army Officer, 1794-1814,” Mid-America, An Historical Review, Vol. 37, Chicago: Institute of Jesuit History, Loyola University (1955).

“Squatters Report of 1807,” Illinois Libraries, Vol. 59, No. 5, Springfield, Ill.: Illinois State Library (May 1977).

Van Cleve, Benjamin, “Memoirs of Benjamin Van Cleve,” Quarterly Publication of the Historical and Philosophical Society of Ohio, Nos. 1 and 2, Cincinnati: The Abingdon Press (Jan.-June 1922).

Zell, Carl John, “General Daniel Bissell,” Saint Louis University doctoral dissertation (1971), Saint Louis University Archives, St. Louis, Mo.

Historical Newspapers

Chribbs, William, notice, Tennessee Gazette and Mero District Advertiser, Nashville (Nov. 28, 1804) (available on Newspaper Microfilm #4798, Library of Congress).

“Sheriff Sales” dated Oct. 22, 1798, Freeman’s Journal, Vol. III, No. 19, Cincinnati (Oct. 27, 1798) (available on microfilm, Ohio Historical Society).

“A Statement of Monies Received,” Missouri Gazette, Vol. VIII, No. 400, St. Louis, Mo. (June 1, 1816), p. 2.

Letters and Manuscripts

Bissell, Daniel, to Secretary at War, January 24, 1807 (Document B201), Letters Received by the Secretary of War, Registered Series, 1801-1870, Microfilm M221, Roll 3 (May 1806 – April 1808, A-B229), National Archives and Records Administration.

__________ to Secretary at War, July 10, 1807 (Document B275), Letters Received by the Secretary of War, Registered Series, 1801-1870, Microfilm M221, Roll 4 (May 1806 – April 1808, B230-C278), National Archives and Records Administration.

__________ to Secretary at War, Dec. 28, 1807 (Document B363), Letters Received by the Secretary of War, Registered Series, 1801-1870, Microfilm M221, Roll 4 (May 1806 – April 1808, B230-C278), National Archives and Records Administration.

Chribbs, William, to Return J. Meigs, June 25, 1803, Records of the Cherokee Indian Agency in Tennessee, Microfilm M208, Roll 2, National Archives and Records Administration.

__________ to John Wilkins, March 4, 1805, James Brown Papers, Mss. 44, Louisiana and Lower Mississippi Valley Collections, LSU Libraries, Baton Rouge, La.

__________ to Secretary at War, June 19, 1807 (Document C289), Letters Received by the Secretary of War, Registered Series, 1801-1870, Microfilm M221, Roll 5 (May 1807 – April 1808, C279-C493), National Archives and Records Administration.

Knox, Henry, to George Washington, April 8, 1793, George Washington Papers, Series 4, Library of Congress.

Ormsby, Oliver, to John Williams, September 20, 1801, John R. Williams Papers, Burton Historical Collection, Detroit Public Library, Detroit, Mich.

Secretary at War to Daniel Bissell, May 30, 1807, Letters Sent by the Secretary of War Relating to Military Affairs, 1800-1889, Microfilm M6, Roll 3 (Vol. 3, May 1, 1806 – Dec. 31, 1808), National Archives and Records Administration (transcription available online at http://library.lindenwood.edu/archives/Sibley-%20Transcripts/

Sibley, Dr. John, Memorandum, Vol. III (1808 – 1813), George Champlain Sibley Papers, Lindenwood College Collection, Box 13, Missouri History Museum (transcription available online at http://library.lindenwood.edu/archives/Sibley-%20Transcripts/).

Wayne, Anthony, to Henry Knox, March 30, 1793, George Washington Papers, Series 4, Library of Congress.

Williams, John, to Matthew Adams, April 10, 1801, John R. Williams Papers, Burton Historical Collection, Detroit Public Library, Detroit, Mich.

U.S. Federal Census

1830 U.S. Federal Census, Arrow Rock Township, Saline County, Mo.
1850 U.S. Federal Census, Benton Township, Osage County, Mo.
1850 U.S. Federal Census, Titus County, Tex.
1860 U.S. Federal Census, Red River County, Tex.
1880 U.S. Federal Census, Crawford Township, Osage County, Mo.

Other U.S. Federal Records and Documents

Chribbs, William, to James Wilkinson receipt, Aug. 11, 1798, Papers of the War Department, Roy Rosenzweig Center for History and New Media, George Mason University, Fairfax, Va.

__________ certificate of appointment as collector for District of Massac, Oct. 8, 1801, Jacob McGavock Dickinson Papers, Box 44, Tennessee State Library and Archives.

Fort Massac petition, 1805, Document HR 9A-F5.1, Unbound Records of the U.S. House of Representatives, Ninth Congress, 1805-1807, Microfilm M1709, Roll 7 (Petitions and Memorials, Resolutions of State Legislatures, and Related Documents That Were Referred to Committees), National Archives and Records Administration.

Power, William, to John Belli quartermaster general receipt for boatman services with William Chribbs’s witness signature, May 23, 1793, Fort Washington (Ohio), private collection.

Registers of Letters Received by the Office of the Secretary of War, Main Series, 1800-1870, Microfilm M22, Roll 3 (Vol. 3, Jan. 9, 1806 – April 8, 1808), National Archives and Records Administration.

U.S. House of Representatives Journal, Vol. 17, 9th Cong., 1st Sess., p. 200 (Journals of the U.S. House of Representatives, 1789-1817, Microfilm M1264, National Archives and Records Administration).

State, Territory, and County Records and Documents

Illinois: Randolph County (Kaskaskia)
(also see Indiana lists for additional documents from territorial period)

Deed Book K (1797-1806) [Microfilm #956815, FamilySearch].
     William Chribbs to Mary Chribbs, pp. 35-37.

Deed Book L.
     Pierre Menard to William Rector, pp. 48-49.
     Sheriff to William Rector, pp. 50-51.

Deed Book M.
     William Rector to Jacob Funk, p. 25.
     Jacob Funk to Peter Funk John Funk, and Joseph Funk, pp. 137-38.

Court of Common Pleas Book 1 [Office of Circuit Court Clerk].
     Chribbs & Mitchell v. William McRoberts, Case No. 74, pp. 273-77.

Court of Common Pleas Book 3 [Office of Circuit Court Clerk].
     William McRoberts v. William Chribbs, Case No. 9, pp. 31-34.
     William Chribbs v. Drusilla Turcott, Case No. 29, pp. 98-101.
     William Chribbs v. Julius Saunders, Case No. 44, pp. 167-68, 173-74.
     Daniel Bissell v. William Chribbs, Case No. 68, pp. 280-82.

Court of Common Pleas Book, June 1801 – Sept. 1803 [Microfilm Roll 2, Illinois Regional Archives Depository, Southern Illinois University-Carbondale].
     Robert McClelland v. William Chribbs, Case No. 33, pp. 98-101.
     William Chribbs v. Comfort Joy, Case No. 90, pp. 252-56.

Court of General Quarter Sessions, Vol. 2 (Sept. 1802 – Oct. 1807) [Microfilm Roll 5, Illinois Regional Archives Depository, Southern Illinois University-Carbondale].
     U.S. v. Daniel Bissell, U.S. v. Elizabeth Chribbs, U.S. v. Stephen Ramsey, pp. 70-71, 73-75, 84, 95.

Court of Common Pleas Book, Vol. 3 (Dec. 1806 – Aug. 1810) [Microfilm Roll 1, Illinois Regional Archives Depository, Southern Illinois University-Carbondale].
     U.S. v. Elizabeth Chribbs, U.S. v. Stephen Ramsey, pp. 305-07.

Randolph County, Ill., court records, justice of the peace records, early notarial records, etc., 1737-1885, Microfilm #1688924, 1688926, 1688934, 1688936, FamilySearch.
     Daniel Bissell v. William Chribbs, Documents B70-3 – B70-7 (Microfilm #1688924).
     William Chribbs v. Daniel Bissell, Documents B229-1 – B229-9 (Microfilm #1688926).
     William Chribbs v. Thomas Bradshaw, Document B230-2 (Microfilm #1688926).
     William Chribbs v. Comfort Joy, Documents B231-1 – B231-4, B231-8 (Microfilm #1688926).
     William Chribbs v. Isaac McHenry, Documents B232-1, B232-4 (Microfilm #1688926).
     Chribbs & Mitchell v. William McRoberts, Documents B233-1 – B233-3 (Microfilm #1688926).
     William Chribbs v. Julius Saunders, Documents B234-1, B234-2, B234-6, B234-7 (Microfilm #1688926).
     Chribbs & Mitchell v. Pierre Dumay (Dumais), Document B236 (Microfilm #1688926).
     Aron Colvin v. William Chribbs and Robert Mitchell, Document B263 (Microfilm #1688926).
     U.S. v. Daniel Bissell, U.S. v. Elizabeth Chribbs, U.S. v. Stephen Ramsey, Documents B1264-1 – B1264-13 (Microfilm #1688934).
     U.S. v. Elizabeth Chribbs, Documents B1282-2, B1282-3 (Microfilm #1688934).
     William Chribbs to Robert Morrison receipt, Aug. 2, 1803, Document BM104 (Microfilm #1688936).
     William Chribbs to John Jordan, Aug. 24, 1802, Document BM106 (Microfilm #1688936).
     Drury Prichard and Elizabeth Deny marriage certificate, Feb. 2, 1809, Document BM145 (Microfilm #1688936).

Indiana Territory

General Court Order Book 1, Indiana State Archives, Commission on Public Records.
    Toussaint Dubois and Francis Vigo v. William Chribbs, Sept. 2, 1806 entry.

Elizabeth Chribbs v. William Chribbs, Indiana Territory General Court Case Files, Box 9, Folder 614, and Box 10, Folder 678, Indiana State Archives, Commission on Public Records.

William Chribbs v. John Bain, Indiana Territory General Court Case Files, Box 3, Folder 186, Indiana State Archives, Commission on Public Records.

Toussaint Dubois and Francis Vigo v. William Chribbs, Indiana Territory General Court Case Files, Box 9, Folder 624, Indiana State Archives, Commission on Public Records.

Joshua Fleehart [Flaherty] v. William Chribbs, Indiana Territory General Court Case Files, Box 1, Folder 42, Indiana State Archives, Commission on Public Records.

William McRoberts v. William Chribbs, Indiana Territory General Court Case Files, Box 3, Folder 226, Indiana State Archives, Commission on Public Records.

U.S. v. Joshua Fleehart [Flaherty], Indiana Territory General Court Case Files, Box 1, Folder 16, Indiana State Archives, Commission on Public Records.

U.S. v. William Chribbs, Indiana Territory General Court Case Files, Box 8, Folders 543 and 568, Indiana State Archives, Commission on Public Records.

Indiana: Knox County (Vincennes)

Joshua Flaherty [Fleehart] v. William Chribbs, Northwest Territory/Indiana Territory Court of Common Pleas, Knox County Court File, Box 7, File 562, Knox County Public Library, Vincennes, Ind. (available online at Wabash Valley Visions & Voices Digital Memory Project, Indiana State University, http://visions.indstate.edu).

Joshua Flaherty (Fleehart) estate probate bond, Knox County Probate Records, Box 2, Knox County Public Library, Vincennes, Ind. (available online at Wabash Valley Visions & Voices Digital Memory Project, Indiana State University, http://visions.indstate.edu).

Knox County, Ind., Court of Common Pleas Minutes 1796-1800, Knox County Public Library, Vincennes, Ind.
     Joshua Fleehart [Flaherty] v. William Chribbs, p. 241.

Knox County, Ind., Court of Common Pleas Minutes 1801-1806, Knox County Public Library, Vincennes, Ind.
     Joshua Fleehart [Flaherty] v. William Chribbs, pp. 13, 31.

Kentucky: Livingston County

Deed Book A.
     Chribbs & McCawley to Andrew Snoddy, p. 295.

Louisiana: New Orleans

J.F. Gray and John Taylor v. William Chribbs, Civil suit record no. 1342 (1808), City Court (New Orleans), Civil Courts Collection, City Archives, New Orleans Public Library, New Orleans, La.

Thomas Kirkman v. Chribbs & McCawley, Civil suit record no. 533A (1807), Territory of Orleans, City Court (New Orleans), The Louisiana Purchase: A Heritage Explored, LOUISiana Digital Library, Baton Rouge, La.

Timothy Merrick v. Barge Progress, Civil suit record no. 533B (1807), Territory of Orleans, City Court (New Orleans), The Louisiana Purchase: A Heritage Explored, LOUISiana Digital Library, Baton Rouge, La.

John Wilkins, Jr. v. Chribbs & Mitchell, Civil suit record no. 518 (1807), Territory of Orleans, City Court (New Orleans), The Louisiana Purchase: A Heritage Explored, LOUISiana Digital Library, Baton Rouge, La.

Missouri: Cape Girardeau County

Cape Girardeau County, Mo., Records (C3676) (microfilm), The State Historical Society of Missouri Manuscript Collection.
     William Chribbs v. Solomon Thorn, Folder 9.

Missouri: St. Charles County

Deed Book B.
     Louis Barada to Drury R. Prichard, pp. 261-62.

Deed Book C.
     Drury R. and Elisabeth Prichard to Robert Spencer, pp. 58-59.
     James and Francina Flauherty to Drewry R. Prichard, pp. 273-76.

Deed Book D.
     Drury R. and Elizabeth Prichard to James Orr, pp. 74-75.

Deed Book E.
     Drury R. and Elizabeth Prichard to Uriah J. Devore, pp. 135-37.

Circuit Court Book A.
     James Boucher v. Rudolph Haverstick and Henry Haverstick, p. 105.

Edward Olden v. Drury R. Prichard (1816), Microfilm C54269, Box 15, Folder 52, Missouri’s Judicial Records, Missouri State Archives.

James Price v. Drury R. Prichard (1818), Microfilm C54271, Box 19, Folder 36, Missouri’s Judicial Records, Missouri State Archives.

U.S. v. Drewry Prichard (1812), Microfilm C54265, Box 10, Folder 32, Missouri’s Judicial Records, Missouri State Archives.

Militia court-martial of Drury Prichard and James Clay, Sept. 22, 1812, James Callaway Papers, Joseph Maher Collection, Missouri History Museum.

Militia receipt, March 2, 1812, James Callaway Papers, Joseph Maher Collection, Missouri History Museum.

Militia rosters (undated), James Callaway Papers, Joseph Maher Collection, Missouri History Museum.

Missouri: Ste. Genevieve County

William Chribbs v. John Hawkins (1805-1806), Case file [Office of Circuit Clerk].

Court of Common Pleas Docket Book (1806) [Office of Circuit Clerk].
     William Chribbs v. William Strother (June 1806).

Docket-Writs Issued 1805, Ste. Genevieve Archives, 1756-1930 (C3636) (microfilm), The State Historical Society of Missouri Manuscript Collection.
     William Chribbs v. William Strother (May 26, 1805).
     William Chribbs v. John Hawkins (1805).

Missouri: St. Louis County

Court of Common Pleas Vol. A, Missouri State Archives (St. Louis).
     William Chribbs v. Adam Brown, pp. 117, 121, 139, 154.

William Chribbs v. Adam Brown, St. Louis Court of Common Pleas, Microfilm C50412, Folder 36, Box 6, Missouri Judicial Index Database, Missouri State Archives.

William Chribbs and Jimmy Lowden v. James Brady and Thomas Waters, Case file, Box RD009, Folder 37, Missouri Supreme Court Historical Database, Missouri State Archives.

Ohio: Hamilton County

Deed Book B-1.
     William and Elizabeth Chribbs to John & Charles Wilkins & Co., pp. 69-70.

Pennsylvania

Petition for formation of Allegheny County, Feb. 12, 1787, Records of the General Assembly, Record Group 7, Pennsylvania State Archives.

Tennessee

Jackson v. Trammell, 3 Tenn. 274 (1813) (also published in William Wilcox Cooke, ed., Reports of Cases Argued and Determined in the Supreme Court of Tennessee, Vol. 3, pp. 208-11).

Tennessee: Sumner County

Deed Book A.
     John Hinds to William Campbell, p. 103.

Deed Book 2.
     William Campbell to John Hinds, p. 139.
     John Hinds to Jeremiah and Abijah Hunt, p. 139.
     William Campbell to William Chribbs, pp. 251-52.

Texas: Red River County

Land office return, May 1838, Republic of Texas.