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Revolutionary War Soldiers for NC and SC

Data provided by the website Carolana.

StateFirstLastRankRegimentFromTo NotesBattles 
SC Matthew Anderson CorporalSC 2nd Regiment1777 1777A Corporal 6/9/1777. Back to Private 8/25/1777. Permalink
SC Matthew Anderson PrivateSC 2nd Regiment1775 Served under Capt. Charles Motte. A Corporal 6/9/1777. Back to Private 8/25/1777. Permalink
SC Philip Anderson SC 3rd Regiment1776 Permalink
SC Philip Anderson Lieutenant2nd Spartan Regiment1781 1782A Sergeant and Lieutenant under Capt. George Aubrey and Col. Thomas Brandon. Permalink
SC Philip Anderson Sergeant2nd Spartan Regiment1780 1781A Sergeant and Lieutenant under Capt. George Aubrey and Col. Thomas Brandon. Permalink
NC Pleasant Anderson LieutenantGranville County Regiment1778 1778, a Lieutenant under Capt. William Gill. Permalink
SC Richard Anderson SC 6th Regiment1778 1782Also served 319 Days under Capt. George Aubrey, Col. Thomas Brandon 1780-1782 (2nd Spartan Regiment). Permalink
NC Robert Anderson Private1st NC Regiment1781 1782A Private under Capt. William Armstrong for 12 months.
Discharged on 5/22/1782.
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NC Robert Anderson PrivateWashington County Regiment1780 1781First in VA units. 1780, a Private under Capt. Robert Sevier. Moved to Burke County. 1780-1781, a Private under a Capt. Gilmore. 1781, also a Private under a Capt. Paxton.Kings Mountain (SC), Cowpens (SC), Guilford Court House. Permalink
SC Robert Anderson Beaufort District Regiment1775 Served under Capt. Charles Browne. Permalink
SC Robert Anderson Roebuck's Battalion of Spartan Regiment Served under Col. Benjamin Roebuck. Dates and unit unknown. Permalink
SC Robert Anderson CaptainSC 3rd Regiment1775 1779Captain in SC 3rd Regiment 1775-1778. May have been a Major. A Captain, Major, and Lt. Colonel under Col. Andrew Pickens 1779-1781. Promoted to Colonel/Commander of Upper Ninety-Six District Regiment on 4/18/1781.Ninety-Six 1775, Great Cane Brake, Breach Inlet Naval Battle, Cherokee Expedition 1776, Vann's Creek (GA), Cherokee Ford Permalink
SC Robert Anderson ColonelUpper Ninety-Six District Regiment1781 1783Promoted to Colonel of Upper Ninety-Six District Regiment on 4/18/1781Tugaloo River #2, Siege of Ninety-Six 1781, Eutaw Springs, Indian Villages Permalink
SC Robert Anderson Lt ColUpper Ninety-Six District Regiment1779 1781Under Col. Andrew Pickens. Promoted to Colonel in Jan. 1781 when Andrew Pickens commissioned as brigadier general.Kings Mountain, Cowpens. Permalink
SC Robert Anderson MajorUpper Ninety-Six District Regiment1779 1779Promoted to Lt. Colonel.- Permalink
SC Robert Anderson SergeantSC 5th Regiment1776 Permalink
SC Robert Jr. Anderson Served in Pickens' Brigade after the Fall of Charleston. Nothing more known. Permalink
NC Samuel Anderson CaptainBladen County Regiment1780 17801780, a Captain under Col. Thomas Brown. Killed at the battle of Bear Swamp, SC.Bear Swamp (SC). Permalink
SC Samuel Anderson SC 3rd Regiment 1779, under Capt. George Liddell. Later, served in Pickens' Brigade, unit and dates unknown. Permalink
SC Scarlet Anderson Roebuck's Battalion of Spartan Regiment Served under Col. Benjamin Roebuck before and after the Fall of Charleston. Unit and dates unknown. Permalink
SC Seymour Anderson SC 2nd Regiment1777 Permalink
SC Shadrack Anderson SC 3rd Regiment Permalink
SC Stephen Anderson Served in Pickens' Brigade and Marion's Brigade after the Fall of Charleston, units and dates unknown. Permalink
NC Thomas Anderson Private1st NC Regiment1781 17824/28/1781, a Private under Capt. Alexander Brevard for 12 months.
Discharged on 5/28/1782.
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NC Thomas Anderson Private5th NC Regiment1776 177912/18/1776, a Musician under Capt. William Caswell.
A Private in Jan. 1778.
9/9/1778, a Private under Capt. John Ingles (2nd NC Regiment).
3/12/1779, re-enlisted under Capt. John Ingles.
Deserted on 4/30/1779.
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NC Thomas Anderson PrivateGuilford County Regiment1776 2/27/1776, a known Private under Capt. Arthur Forbis.Moore's Creek Bridge. Permalink
SC Thomas Anderson SC 6th Regiment1776 Permalink
SC Thomas Anderson SC 3rd Regiment1779 Served under Capt. John Carraway Smith. Prisoner, exchanged.Siege of Savannah Permalink
SC Thomas Anderson 1780 1781Served in the Light Dragoons. Nothing more known. Permalink
NC William Anderson Corporal2nd NC Regiment1779 17801776, a Private under Capt. John Gray.
7/20/1778, a Private under Maj. Reading Blount (2nd NC Regiment) soon assigned to Capt. George "Gee" Bradley (3rd NC Regiment).
A Sergeant on 10/25/1778.
Apparently in NC Militia from late 1778 to Spring of 1779.
Re-enlisted on 5/20/1779, appointed a Corporal.
POW at the Fall of Charleston (SC), escaped after six weeks.
From Edgecombe County.
Siege of Charleston (SC) Permalink
NC William Anderson Private3rd NC Regiment1776 17781776, a Private under Capt. John Gray.
7/20/1778, a Private under Maj. Reading Blount (2nd NC Regiment) soon assigned to Lt./Capt. George "Gee" Bradley (3rd NC Regiment).
A Sergeant on 10/25/1778. 1778-1779, a Private under Capt. Edward Clinch (Edgecombe County Regiment). Re-enlisted in 3rd NC Regiment on 5/20/1779, appointed a Corporal. POW at the Fall of Charleston (SC), escaped after six weeks. From Edgecombe County. S6512.
Briar Creek (GA). Permalink
NC William Anderson Private7th NC Regiment1777 1777A Private under Capt. John McGlaughan.
Deserted in Apr. 1777.
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NC William Anderson PrivateBladen County Regiment1776 2/27/1776, a known Private under Capt. James Council.Moore's Creek Bridge. Permalink
NC William Anderson PrivateGuilford County Regiment1776 2/27/1776, a known Private under Capt. Arthur Forbis.Moore's Creek Bridge. Permalink
NC William Anderson PrivateRowan County Regiment1780 8/9/1780, a known Private under Capt. Samuel Reid.Little Lynches Creek (SC), Camden (SC). Permalink
NC William Anderson PrivateWashington County Regiment1781 1781First in VA unit. 1781, a Private under a Capt. Sevier. Then, back in VA. Permalink
NC William Anderson Sergeant2nd NC Regiment1778 17781776, a Private under Capt. John Gray.
7/20/1778, a Private under Maj. Reading Blount (2nd NC Regiment) soon assigned to Capt. George "Gee" Bradley (3rd NC Regiment).
A Sergeant on 10/25/1778.
Apparently in NC Militia from late 1778 to Spring of 1779.
Re-enlisted on 5/20/1779, appointed a Corporal.
POW at the Fall of Charleston (SC), escaped after six weeks.
From Edgecombe County.
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SC William Anderson 1780From Chester District. Killed in service 9/1/1780. Permalink
SC William Anderson SC 3rd Regiment 1779-1780, served under Capt. Felix Warley. Permalink
SC William Anderson SC 5th Regiment1776 Permalink
SC William Anderson Served in Militia. Dates and unit unknown.Williamson's Plantation, Rocky Mount, Hanging Rock, Carey's Fort. Permalink
SC William Anderson SC 1st Regiment1778 Served under Capt. William Jackson. Permalink
SC William Anderson CaptainSpartan Regiment1775 A Captain under Col. John Thomas, Sr.Great Cane Brake, Cherokee Expedition 1776, The Ring Fight Permalink
SC William Anderson WagonerFairfield Regiment1779 1779A Wagoner under Capt. Joseph Freeman, Col. Richard Winn. Permalink
NC Wilson Anderson Corporal5th NC Regiment1777 1778A Corporal under Capt. John Enloe.
Died 3/15/1778.
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SC George Andoley Orangeburgh District Regiment Served under Capt. Jacob Rumph. Dates unknown. Permalink
NC James Andres PrivateBladen County Regiment1776 17821776, a Private under Capt. Stephen Andres, then under Capt. James White. 1777, a Private under Capt. James Shipman. 1778, a Private under Capt. James White. 1780-1781, a Private under Capt. David Jones (New Hanover County Regiment). 1782, a Private under Capt. John Brown. On most lists as James Anders, but he signed his name James Andres. Born on 5/18/1758 in Bladen County, NC.Moore's Creek Bridge, Heron's Bridge. Permalink
NC John Andres LieutenantBladen County Regiment1776 1776, a Lieutenant under Capt. Stephen Andres.Moore's Creek Bridge. Permalink
NC Joseph Andres CaptainBladen County Regiment1778 1782Was an Ensign. 1778-1782, a Captain under Col. Thomas Brown. aka Joseph Andrews, Joseph Anders. Permalink
NC Joseph Andres EnsignBladen County Regiment1776 17781776, an Ensign under Capt. Stephen Andres. 1778, a Captain.Moore's Creek Bridge. Permalink