From John Hopkins
Richmond Jan: 3d. 1797
By direction of General Jonathan Clarke1 I enclose you a draft for Two Hundred Dollars, the receipt of which you will be pleased to acknowledge to him to me. I am with great respect Sir Your Most Obt Servant
RC (DLC). Docketed by JM.
1. Jonathan Clark (1750–1811), brother of George Rogers Clark, attended Donald Robertson’s school in King and Queen County and served as lieutenant colonel in the Eighth Virginia Regiment in the Continental line. After the Revolution he settled in Spotsylvania County, then moved to Kentucky and married Sarah Hite, daughter of Isaac Hite of Long Meadows (Cartmell, Shenandoah Valley Pioneers, p. 260; DAR Patriot Index description begins National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution, DAR Patriot Index (Washington, 1966). description ends , p. 134; VMHB description begins Virginia Magazine of History and Biography. description ends , 4 [1896–97]: 105, 20 : 270, 33 : 288–92).