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Revolutionary War Soldiers for NC and SC

Data provided by the website Carolana.

StateFirstLastRankRegimentFromTo NotesBattles 
SC Jacob Abshaw SC 2nd Regiment of State Dragoons1781 1781Served under Capt. Francis Moore, Col. Charles Myddleton during 1781. Permalink
SC James Absom Little River District Regiment Served, unit and dates unknown. Permalink
NC John Abute Private1st NC Regiment A Private under Capt. William Lytle, dates unknown. Permalink
SC Francis Acker SC 2nd Regiment1779 1780Unit unknown. Permalink
SC Peter Acker SC 1st Regiment of State Dragoons From Fairfield District. Served under Lt. Col. Wade Hampton. Unit and dates unknown. Permalink
SC William Acker HorsemanColleton County Regiment1779 1781Served under Lt. George Hipp in the Oakley Creek Company during 1779. 1781, a Horseman under Capt. Gideon Dupont (Charles Town District Regiment). Permalink
NC John Acock PrivateNew Bern District Minutemen1776 2/27/1776, a known Private under Capt. Thomas Williams. From Dobbs County.Moore's Creek Bridge. Permalink
NC Moses Acock Private3rd NC Regiment1777 1778A Private under Capt. Jacob Turner.
Died in May 1778.
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NC Robert Acock Private3rd NC Regiment1776 17784/20/1776, a Private under Capt. Jacob Turner for 2-1/2 years.
9/10/1778, a known Private under Capt. Thomas Armstrong (2nd NC Regiment).
Discharged on 11/10/1778 in CT.
S35168.
Brandywine Creek (PA), Germantown (PA). Permalink
NC Samuel Acock Private2nd NC Regiment1781 1782Apr. 1781, a Private under Capt. Benjamin Carter for 12 months.
Discharged on 4/25/1782.
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NC Thomas Acock PrivateNew Bern District Minutemen1776 2/27/1776, a known Private under Capt. Thomas Williams. From Dobbs County.Moore's Creek Bridge. Permalink
NC William Acre PrivateGuilford County Regiment1776 17781776, a Private under Capt. Thomas Dougan, then under Capt. Henry Whitesell. 1778, a Private under Capt. Thomas Dougan. Born in 1752 in Frederick County, MD.Cherokee Expedition 1776. Permalink
SC Alexander Adair From Williamsburg District. Served in Militia. Nothing more known. Permalink
SC Benjamin Adair Little River District Regiment From Williamsburg District. Served in Militia. Unit and dates unknown. Killed 3/10/1781.Dutchman's Creek 3/21 (Killed) Permalink
SC Isaac Adair Little River District Regiment Served in Militia. Unit and dates unknown. Killed April 1781. Permalink
SC James Adair CaptainFairfield Regiment1781 A Captain under Col. Richard Winn during 1781.Cowpens. Permalink
SC James Jr. Adair Little River District Regiment From Williamsburg District. Served in Militia. Nothing more known. Permalink
NC John Adair PrivateWashington District Regiment1776 17801776, a Private under Capt. John Campbell. 1778, a Private under Capt. George Brooks. 1779, in Sullivan County. 1779, a Private under Capt. James Elliott. 1780, a Private under Capt. Samuel Brashear. Born in 1754 in County Antrim, Ireland.Island Flats (TN). Permalink
SC John Adair Little River District Regiment1779 1779, enlisted in Militia. Unit unknown. Captured near Charlotte, in prison at Camden. Permalink
SC John Adair Fairfield Regiment1779 17801779-1780, under Col. John Winn, unit unknown. A Captain after Hanging Rock.Siege of Charleston 1780, Williamson's Plantation, Rocky Mount, Hanging Rock. Permalink
SC John Adair CaptainFairfield Regiment1779 1780Earlier, a Private. Captain under Col. John Winn. Promoted to Major under Sumter, captured, exchanged, Sumter's Aide-de-Camp. In Camden Jail at one point. Permalink
SC John Adair MajorTurkey Creek Regiment1780 1782First a Major under Col. Edward Lacey, then Col. Richard Winn (Fairfield Regiment). Major and Aide-de-Camp of Sumter. Possibly also a Major in SC 6th Regiment during 1776 under Col. Thomas Sumter.Eutaw Springs. Permalink
SC John Jr. Adair Upper Ninety-Six District Regiment Served under Col. Robert Anderson after the Fall of Charleston. Dates and unit unknown. Permalink
SC John Jr. Adair Little River District Regiment Served, unit and dates unknown. Permalink
SC Joseph Adair Turkey Creek Regiment Served under Col. Edward Lacey. Unit and dates unknown.Williamson's Plantation. Permalink
SC Joseph Jr. Adair Little River District Regiment Served, unit and dates unknown. Permalink
SC Joseph Jr. Adair LieutenantLittle River District Regiment Also served as Deputy Commissary. Dates unknown. Permalink
SC Joseph Sr. Adair Little River District Regiment A Commissary under Lt. Col. Levi Casey. Dates unknown. 1781-1782, under Lt. Col. William Washington (Continental Army). Permalink
SC Robert Adair Served in Militia. Unit and dates unknown. Killed by Indians. Permalink
SC William Adair Little River District Regiment Served, unit and dates unknown. Permalink
SC William Adair AdjutantTurkey Creek Regiment An Adjutant under Col. Edward Lacey. Dates unknown. Permalink
SC William Adair LieutenantSC 6th Regiment 1780POW at Fall of Charleston. Later Adjutant under Col. Edward Lacey.Siege of Charleston 1780. Permalink
SC William Adair WagonerFairfield Regiment A wagoner under Col. Richard Winn.Monck's Corner. Permalink
SC Negro Adam SC 3rd Regiment1778 Permalink
NC Abraham Adams PrivatePitt County Regiment1779 1779, a known Private under Capt. William Burney. Permalink
SC Alexander Adams New Acquisition District Regiment1775 Served under Capt. Ezekiel Polk. Permalink
SC Alexander Adams CaptainNew Acquisition District Regiment 1777Died, replaced by Samuel Adams, his brother. Permalink
SC Alexander Adams LieutenantCamden District Regiment1775 1780A Lieutenant under Capt. John Nixon, Col. John Winn. 1778, this unit was in the Fairfield Regiment. Permalink
SC Andrew Adams SC 2nd Regiment1775 1780Served under Capt. John Blake. 1779, under Capt. Richard Bohun Baker. Permalink
NC Arthur Adams Private10th NC Regiment1777 8/12/1777, a Private under Capt. Abraham Shepherd, Jr. Permalink
NC Benjamin Adams PrivateDuplin County Regiment1776 2/27/1776, a known Private under Capt. Alexander Outlaw.Moore's Creek Bridge. Permalink
SC Benjamin Adams Captain1781 A Captain during 1781. Nothing more known. Permalink
SC Bryan Adams 1779 1780Served under a Capt. Moore. Permalink
NC Bryant Adams Private2nd Battalion of Militia1776 17811776, a Private under Capt. Benjamin Seawell (Bute County Regiment). From Johnston County. 1778-1779, a Private under Capt. John Whitley. 1780, a Private under Capt. George McCulloch. 1781, a Private under Capt. John Bryan. One source asserts he was a Sergeant, but he did not mention it in his pension application.Briar Creek (GA). Permalink
SC Bryant Adams SC 3rd Regiment1775 Served under Capt. Robert Goodwyn. Permalink
SC Carrol Adams SC 3rd Regiment1778 1779Deserted 4/30/1779. Permalink
NC Conrad Adams PrivateLincoln County Regiment A Private, unit and dates unknown. From what is now Catawba County. Permalink
SC Daniel Adams SC 6th Regiment1776 Permalink
NC David Adams PrivateMecklenburg County Regiment1780 17821780-1781, a Private under Capt. Samuel Givens. 6/6/1781, a Private under Capt. William Lytle (1st NC Regiment). for 12 months. Discharged on 6/6/1782 (4th NC Regiment). S34622.Camden (SC), Guilford Court House. Siege of Ninety-Six 1781 (SC), Eutaw Springs (SC). Permalink
SC David Adams Colleton County Regiment Served in the Edisto Island Old Militia Company under Capt. Joseph Jenkins. Dates unknown. Permalink