Detroit, MI Fire, Jun 1805

The following is nearly a complete statement of the losses, as presented by heads of families to the committee authorized to receive their clams. The original inventory was in the possession of the late Peter Desnoyers:
James May, £1,000.
____ Mackintosh, £1,000.
John Watson, £550.
Dr. Brown, £550.
James Dodemead, £4,060.
G. Meldrum, £3,000.
R. J. Abbott and Mary Abbott, £2,000.
James Henry, £2,300.
Church and Presbytery, £6,000.
Conrad Seek, £260.
Robinson & Martin, £2,500.
James Fraser, £500.
Peter J. Desnoyers, £392.
John B. Piquet, £320.
G. Godfroy, Jr., £850.
John Connor, £420.
Rev. G. Richard, £250.
Augustin Lafoy, £800.
A. Home, £256.
William Allen, £120.
Joseph Voyez, £800.
John Gentle, £500.
Mrs. Cote, £400.
— Lafieuer, £400.
Mrs. Provencal, £400.
Mrs. Coates, £450.
Mer Gobiel, £450.
Daniel McNeal, £480.
D. McClain, £240.
Peter Audrain, £650.
John Harvey, £400.
John Williams, £150.
Mr. Frere, £240.
George Smart, £372 5s.
Daniel Lazelete, £701 3s. 4d.
Joseph Thiebault, £7,711 7s.
Abraham Cook, £955.
Jacques Girardin, £400.
Thomas Welch, £215.
Peter Chartron, £31.
Archibald Homer, £637 5s.

The statement of losses suffered by Joseph Campau, Forsyth & Smith, Messrs. Saunders & Donovan. William Robertson and Dr. Wilkinson are not to be found.

Early days in Detroit : papers, 1906 by Friend Palmer, pages 368-369