|Repository:||Georgia Historical Society|
|Creator:||Sheftall, Sheftall, 1762-1847.|
|Title:||Sheftall Sheftall papers|
|Extent:||0.05 cubic feet (1 folder)|
Sheftall Sheftall (1762-1847) was born in Savannah, the son of Mordecai Sheftall. During the Revolutionary War, he was the Assistant Deputy Commissioner of Issues for the Continental troops in Georgia. He was taken prisoner in 1779, exchanged in 1780, and served until the end of the Revolution.
This collection contains a warrant for money to be delivered to General Moultrie, signed by Sheftall Sheftall, and the deposition of Sheftall, recounting his War service and imprisonment.
[item identification], Sheftall Sheftall papers, MS 726, Georgia Historical Society, Savannah, Georgia.
Collection is open for research.
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Published in Collections of the Georgia Historical Society: Selected Eighteenth Century Manuscripts, v.20 (1980).
|Item 1: Warrant for $3,647, 1781 April 23 ( 2.0 p. )|
|68/90 in gold and silver favour of Sheftall Sheftall, money to be delivered to General Moultrie. Signed by Sheftall, Flag Master of the Carolina Packet. Bears receipt for money paid to Gen. Moultrie, signed by Joseph Carleton for Board of War, April 23, 1781.|
|Item 2: Deposition of Sheftall setting forth his War service, his imprisonment, asking for relief for his losses, undated|
|In hand of Sheftall, undated and unsigned, 1796?|