De Vernejoul, Jean Louis (fl. 1776-1789) [Receipt for Rations for French officer]
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Gilder Lehrman Collection #: GLC01450.099 Author/Creator: De Vernejoul, Jean Louis (fl. 1776-1789) Place Written: s.l. Type: Document signed Date: 10 November 1776 Pagination: 1 p. : docket : 24 x 20.5 cm.
Receipt for four pounds seventeen schillings and three pence due to Captain Jean Louis de Vernejoul for his rations. Covers fifty-two days worth of rations at three rations a day. Signed by de Vernejoul as "Capt Des Etas Unis."
Jean Louis de Vernejoul was married in France in 1789. He also served in the French army.
"Rations due jean Louis devernejoul Capt from the date of his Coms: 19 Sept: to this 10th Nov 1776. 52 days @ 3 Rations p Day
156 Rations at 7 Â£
in Â£ 4. 17_ 6
Lecom Devernejoul Capt Des Etas Unis
Recpt for Rations
for a Frenchman
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