Jersey-camp February 12th 1783 3 OClock P.M.
I am desired by General Dayton, to inform your Excellency, that the funeral of the late Lieutenant Colonel Commant Barber, will take place to morrow morning at ten OClock, at which time the procession will set out from Mr William Dennison’s, the late quarters of the deceased.
The corps will be interred at Bethleham-meeting-house. I have the honor to be. Your Excellency’.s most obedient humble servant.
DLC: Papers of George Washington.