Virginia Revolutionary Publick Claims
By Janice L. Abercrombie & Richard Slatten
Albemarle County ?
Jeremiah Yancey - 27 diets, 3 days hire of a blacksmith shop, 3 pr horse shoes; 2 diets & 1/2 bu corn, 67 bu, 3 pecks & 1 gallon corn.
John Yancey - for 6 bundles fodder
Charles Yancey - September 1780, for grian for Thos. Brown
John Yancey, Senior - March 1781, for 1 Cask
Charles Yancey - December 1781 for 11 bu wheat
Lewis Yancey - March 1781 for 8 diats, 1 gal. corn
Richard Yancey - October 1781 for 600# beef for [Richard Yancey?]
Lewis Davis Yancey - Nov 1781 for 310# beef for [Richard Yancey?]
Lewis Davis Yancey - Nov 1781 for 25# beef for [Richard Yancey?]
John Yancey, September 1781 for 425# beef
Elizabeth City County
Nathan Yancey - September 1780 for #842 beef
Mary Yancey - for 17 gal brandy recd by Garret Minor
Charles Yancey - for 100# pork taken by Hampshire Militia
Charles Yancey - for wagon & team 7 days for Richd Andersen, 18 diets, forage for 18 horses for Benjamin Temple.
Mary Yancey - for 175# beef recd by William Andersen
Nancy Yancey - #175 beef, 150# fodder
Chas Yancey - for 1 days procuringt provisions for Continental army by virtue of a wearrant from Maj. Genl. Marquis De La Fayette
Charles Yancey - for horse 5-6 years old, horse 8-9 years old, horse 8 years old, wagon & gear.
Mary Yancey - May 1782, for 650# beef