It's late, I'm exhausted. Somehow I lost my lists (plural) of prisoners released in exchanges that occurred via Colonel Henry Bouquet and others circa 1762 - 1775. These prisoners were taken in various raids, usually in Virginia, and held by the Shawnee, Wyandotte, et. al. I have all of Bouquet's paper (my God, they're long!) and have re-found several lists. And yet, I can't find my ancestor Mary Bird/Byrd/Burd. I KNOW she's there somewhere. I remember seeing her and a bit surprised that she was called "Molly" and not "Polly" as usually stated in genealogies. Anyway, if anyone has FULL LISTS of prisoners taken to Fort Pitt during this era, and can help a guy out, I'd be grateful if you could take a look and see where this particular list might be. Oh, Molly would be 12 -14 years old or so. She's with her brother John Burd (that's how it's spelled in the document) and mother Margaret, an old lady.