This biographical sketch has been prepared mainly from letters and other documents now in the possession of the author and Mrs. Heloise H. Cruzat, of New Orleans, both descendants of John Innerarity. Those papers are survivals of the records of Panton, Leslie & Co. and its successor, John Forbes & Co., which have been preserved by John Innerarity and his family. Selections from them will appear continuously in many issues of the QUARTERLY. As William Panton and his partners and successors were the foremost merchants and Indian traders of the entire Southern country, these records are of great value. Historical students of the whole region will be grateful to Mrs. Greenslade and Mrs. Cruzat for allowing, and assisting with, their publication.
Greenslade, Marie Taylor
"John Innerarity, 1783-1854,"
Florida Historical Quarterly: Vol. 9:
2, Article 7.
Available at: https://stars.library.ucf.edu/fhq/vol9/iss2/7