Adventures at the TSLA: Additions to the Buchanan Station Attack Timeline and Other Timeline Matters

This is from the Provine Papers, all his notes:

1777-February–Demonbreun finds six white men and a white woman in the Nashville area.

1778-April 12–Demonbreun reports to Kaskaskia that he’s bee to the Cumberland and found 30 families of Englishmen. The Wolf Indians were planning to attack them.

1783–The British thought Demonbreun had fled Kaskaskia for the Spanish side of the river

1791-Timothy sells to Elizabeth Bennett “called commonly Elizabeth Hinsler” lot no. 45.

1792-April–Demonbreun is at Kaskaskia

1792-August–Blount, General Pickens, and others met with Chickasaw and Choctaw folks near Nashville. There were Cherokee spies in attendance.

1792–September 15–Joseph Duratt and Richard Findelston warn of a pending attack.

1792-September 30–The attack comes

1792-October 3-Demonbreun goes to Philadelphia to report what happened. Finnelson has already gone.

1792-November 30–Demonbreun’s papers certified.

1792-December 5–He’s appointed Barbaucas [sic, but what the fuck?] magistrate at Kaskaskia

1793-March–Elizabeth marries Joseph Duraque

1793-June 1–Joseph Durat and wife Elizabeth sell to Demonbreun lot 45 (Broad and College)

1797–Demonbreun sells to Joseph Durat and wife Elizabeth 92 acres

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