The American Revolution in North Carolina

Captains
Captain First Unit Served In As a Captain From To Notes Known Battles/Skirmishes at This Rank
Abercrombie, Charles Hillsborough District Minutemen 1776 2/27/1776, a known Captain under Col. James Thackston. 11/15/1778, a Captain under Col. Alexander Mebane. From Orange County. Moore's Creek Bridge.
Adams, George Caswell County Regiment 1780 1780, a Captain under Col. William Moore.
Adams, William Burke County Regiment 1779 1780 1779-1780, a Captain of Light Horse under Lt. Col. Hugh Brevard.
Adkins, Isaac Cumberland County Regiment 1776 1780 1776, a Captain of Light Horse under Col. Ebenezer Folsome.
Alberton, Mathey Onslow County Regiment 1781 1781, a Captain under Col. John Spicer. Pretty sure this man is the same as Capt. Matthew Allbritton below.
Albright, William Guilford County Regiment 1778 1781 1778-1781, a Captain under Col. James Martin. Guilford Court House.
Alderson, Simon New Bern District Minutemen 1775 1778 9/9/1775, a Captain under Col. Richard Caswell.  4/16/1776, a Captain in the 5th NC Regiment.  Retired 6/1/1778.  aka Simeon Alderson. Brandywine Creek (PA), Germantown (PA).
Alexander, Andrew Mecklenburg County Regiment 1780 1780, a Captain under Col. Caleb Phifer.
Alexander, Charles Mecklenburg County Regiment 1781 Was a Private. 1781, a Captain under Col. Caleb Phifer.
Alexander, Ezra Mecklenburg County Regiment 1780 Was a Private.  1780, a Captain under Col. William Lee Davidson and Col. George Alexander. Ramseur's Mill, Colson's Mill.
Alexander, James Burke County Regiment A Captain under Col. Charles McDowell. Cowpens (SC).
Alexander, James Mecklenburg County Regiment 1775 1776 1775-1776, a Captain under Col. Thomas Polk. On 12/21/1775, this unit was in the 2nd Salisbury District Minutemen. Great Cane Brake (SC), Snow Campaign (SC), Moore's Creek Bridge.
Alexander, John McNitt 2nd Salisbury District Minutemen 1776 1777 1776, a Captain under Col. Thomas Polk. 1776-1777, a Captain under Col. Adam Alexander in the Mecklenburg County Regiment of Militia. Secretary of the convention that adopted the Mecklenburg Resolves in May of 1775. Moore's Creek Bridge, Cherokee Expedition 1776.
Alexander, Robert Tryon County Regiment 1776 1776, a Captain under Col. William Graham. 1777-1778, a Captain under Col. Francis Locke (Rowan County Regiment). Late 1778, a Captain under Lt. Col. Andrew Hampton and Lt. Col. Archibald Lytle (a Continental officer). 1779, in Rutherford County. 1780, loosely joined SC Col. William Hill. Late 1781, in Lincoln County. Moore's Creek Bridge, Cherokee Expedition 1776, Briar Creek (GA), Siege of Charleston (SC).
Alexander, Stephen Mecklenburg County Regiment 1780 1781 Was a Lieutenant. 1780, a Captain under Col. Caleb Phifer. 1780-1781, a Captain under Col. Francis Locke (Rowan County Regiment). 1781, also a Captain under Col. Joseph Williams (Surry County Regiment). Guilford Court House.
Alexander, Thomas Mecklenburg County Regiment 1780 1781 Was a Private. 1780, a Captain of Guards over the magazine in Charlotte for three months. 1780, also a Captain under SC Col. James Williams for a short duration. 1780, also a Captain under Lt. Col. William Richardson Davie. 1781, attached his company to VA Lt. Col. Henry "Light Horse Harry" Lee for a short duration. Hanging Rock (SC), Haw River.
Alexander, William Mecklenburg County Regiment 1775 1781 1775, a Captain under Col. Thomas Polk. 1776, a Captain under Col. Adam Alexander and Col. Francis Locke (Rowan County Regiment). 1778, a Captain under Lt. Col. Robert Irwin. 1779, a Captain under Col. Caleb Phifer (2nd Mecklenburg County Regiment). 1780-1781, a Captain under Col. Robert Irwin. At the battle of Ramseur's Mill under Maj. Robert Wilson. April 1781, in SC unit. Born in Bucks County, PA. Great Cane Brake (SC), Snow Campaign, Cherokee Expedition 1776, Ramseur's Mill, Rocky Mount (SC), Hanging Rock (SC), Charlotte, Cowan's Ford, Haw River.
Alexander, William Rowan County Regiment 1776 1781 Was a Private. 1776, a Captain under Col. Francis Locke. Wounded on the Cherokee Expedition of 1776. At the battle of Cowpens, SC under Maj. Joseph McDowell (Burke County Regiment). April 1781, in SC unit. aka William Black Alexader. Born 1746 in MD. S361. Cherokee Expedition 1776, Ramseur's Mill, Cowpens (SC).
Alford, Benjamin Wayne County Regiment 1780 1780, a Captain under Col. Benjamin Exum.
Alford, Julius 2nd NC Regiment of Militia 1780 6/2/1780, a Captain under Lt. Col. William Brickell and Col. Benjamin Exum. At some time, served under Col. Benjamin Williams (Johnston County Regiment). From Franklin County. aka Julius Allford, Julius Alfred. Little Lynches Creek (SC), Camden (SC).
Alford, Tanner Wake County Regiment 1776 1781 1776, a Captain under Col. John Hinton, Sr. Mid-1781, a Major. Also a Magistrate in Wake County.
Alford, William Dobbs County Regiment 1779 1779, a Captain under Col. James Glasgow.
Allbritton, Matthew Onslow County Regiment 1780 1781 1780, a Captain under Col. Reuben Grant. 1781, a Captain under Col. John Spicer. aka Matthew Alberton, Albritton. Heron's Bridge.
Allcock, William Duplin County Regiment 1781 1781, a Captain under Col. James Kenan. A recruiting officer for the NC Continental Line, not on any official Continental rolls.
Allen, Abraham Orange County Regiment 1778 1782 1778-1779, a Captain of Dragoons under Lt. Col. Archibald Lytle (a Continental officer). 1780, a Captain under Maj. William McCauley and Lt. Col. Thomas Farmer. 1781, a Captain under Maj. William Gholson and Lt. Col. Robert Mebane (a Continental officer). Badly wounded at the battle of Kirk's Farm. 1782, a Captain under Col. William O'Neal. Descendents are convinced he was promoted to Major during the war. aka Abram Allen, Abram Olen. Camden (SC), Kirk's Farm, Lindley's Mill, Brush Creek.
Allen, Charles 2nd NC Regiment 1777 1778 Was a Lieutenant.  Transferred to 5th NC Regiment, date unknown.  Died 1/7/1778. Brandywine Creek (PA), Germantown (PA).
Allen, Charles Sr. Bute County Regiment 1778 1779 1778-1779, a Captain under Lt. Col. Alexander Dick and Col. Thomas Eaton. 1779, in the Warren County Regiment. Briar Creek (GA).
Allen, James Montgomery County Regiment 1779 1780 Was a Private in the Anson County Regiment. 1779-1780, a Captain under Col. William Lofton. 1780, died of Smallpox. His company was taken over by Capt. West Harris.
Allen, John 1780 POW/Wounded at the battle of Camden, SC. Camden (SC).
Allen, John Bladen County Regiment 1778 1778, a Captain under Col. Thomas Robeson, Jr.
Allen, John Craven County Regiment 1779 1781 1779-1781, a Captain under Col. John Tilman. 1781, a Major.
Allen, Joseph Craven County Regiment 1776 1776, a Captain under Col. John Bryan. 6/6/1778, a Captain under Lt. Col. Archibald Lytle (a Continental officer) in the "New Levies" for nine months.
Allen, Richard Wilkes County Regiment 1778 1781 Was a Sergeant and an Ensign. Early 1778, a Captain under Col. Benjamin Cleveland. At some time, also served under Col. Andrew Hampton (Rutherford County Regiment). March 1781, a Major. Siege of Charleston (SC), Kings Mountain (SC), Shallow Ford.
Allen, Shadrack NC State Regiment 1779 1781 1779, a Captain under Col. John Herritage. 1780-1781, a Captain under Col. John Tilman (Craven County Regiment). aka Shade Allen.
Allen, Thomas 1st NC Regiment 1775 1776 9/1/1775, a Captain under Col. James Moore.  Resigned 8/15/1776. Moore's Creek Bridge, Breech Inlet Naval Battle (SC).
Allen, William Bute County Regiment 1778 1779 1778-1779, a Captain under Col. Thomas Eaton. 1779, in Franklin County. Briar Creek (GA).
Allison, Andrew Rowan County Regiment 1781 1781, a Captain under Col. Francis Locke. His name might actually be Andrew Ellison (seen both).
Allison, Robert Washington District Regiment 1776 First in VA unit. 1776, a Captain under Col. John Carter. Island Flats (TN).
Alston, Francis Brunswick County Regiment 1776 6/8/1776, a Captain under Col. Parker Quince.  From Shallotte. aka Francis Allston.
Alston, James Warren County Regiment 1779 1779, a Captain under Col. Thomas Eaton. Also served under Col. John Whitaker (Halifax County Regiment).
Alston, Thomas Halifax District Minutemen 1775 1781 9/9/1775, a Captain under Col. Nicholas Long. 1779, in Warren County. 1781, a Captain under Col. Francois DeMalmedy (NC Light Dragoons). 1781, also a Captain under Col. James Read (NC Light Horse Regiment) and Col. Charles Rust Eaton (Granville County Regiment).
Alston, William Halifax District Minutemen 1775 9/9/1775, a Captain under Col. Nicholas Long. 
Amis, Thomas Bladen County Regiment 1775 1779 1775-1776, a Captain under Col. Thomas Robeson, Jr. 12/22/1776, a Commissary in 3rd NC Regiment. 1777-1779, a Captain in Militia again. Later, a Superintendent Commissary with the rank of full Colonel. Born on 1/1/1744 in Northampton County, NC. Moore's Creek Bridge.
Anderson, ? Washington County Regiment 1780 1782 1780-1782, a Captain under Col. John Sevier. First name might be Robert. Boyd's Creek (TN).
Anderson, James Ocracoke Independent Company 1776 1781 4/29/1776, a Captain of Provincial Troops.  7/12/1776, notified Provincial Council that he's completed his company.  Disbanded in Dec. 1777.  1778-1781, a Captain in the Tyrrell County Regiment of Militia.
Anderson, John Rutherford County Regiment 1780 1780, a Captain under Maj. Robert Porter and Col. Andrew Hampton.
Anderson, John Washington County Regiment 1778 1779 1778, a Captain under Col. John Carter. 1779, a Lt. Colonel in the Sullivan County Regiment.
Anderson, Samuel Bladen County Regiment 1780 1780 1780, a Captain under Col. Thomas Brown. Killed at the battle of Bear Swamp, SC. Bear Swamp (SC).
Andres, Joseph Bladen County Regiment 1778 1782 Was an Ensign. 1778-1782, a Captain under Col. Thomas Brown. aka Joseph Andrews, Joseph Anders.
Andres, Stephen Bladen County Regiment 1776 1778 1775-1776, a Captain under Lt. Col. Thomas Brown and Col. Thomas Robeson, Jr. 1776, a Captain under Col. John Ashe, Sr. in the short-lived Volunteer Independent Rangers. 1776-1778, a Captain again under Col. Thomas Robeson, Jr. 1778, a Major. aka Stephen Andrews, Stephen Anders, Stephen Andress, Stephen Anderson. Moore's Creek Bridge.
Andrews, Richard Hertford County Regiment 1781 1781, a Captain under Col. George Wynns. May have only been a recruiter for the NC Continental Line.
Archer, Thomas Guilford County Regiment 1780 1781 1780-1781, a Captain under Col. John Peasley. Cowpens (SC).
Ard, Thomas Cumberland County Regiment 1780 1781 1780, a Captain under Col. Philip Alston. 1781, a Captain under Col. James Emmett.
Arent, "Unknown" Nash County Regiment 1780 1780, a Captain at the Siege of Charleston under Col. John Sheppard (Wayne County Regiment), not captured. Siege of Charleston (SC).
Armstrong, ? Rowan County Regiment 1775 1775, a Captain under Col. Griffith Rutherford. Great Cane Brake (SC), Snow Campaign (SC).
Armstrong, Abel Rowan County Regiment 1780 Was an Ensign and a Lieutenant.  Promoted to Captain after the death of Capt. William Armstrong at the battle of Ramseur's Mill. 1780-1781, a Captain under Col. Francis Locke. At the battle of Cowpens, SC under Maj. Joseph McDowell (Burke County Regiment).  Cowpens (SC), Cowan's Ford, Tarrant's Tavern, Eutaw Springs (SC).
Armstrong, Andrew 6th NC Regiment 1777 Was a Lieutenant.  10/12/1777, a Captain.  Retired 6/1/1778.
Armstrong, James 2nd NC Regiment 1775 1776 9/1/1775, a Captain under Col. Robert Howe.  Later, a Colonel of 8th NC Regiment.  From Pitt County, NC. Moore's Creek Bridge.
Armstrong, James Pitt County Regiment 1775 1781 7/15/1775, a known Captain of Militia.  Jan. 1776, considered a company of Minutemen under Col. Richard Caswell (New Bern District Minutemen). 1777-1781, a Captain under Col John Simpson. 1780, also under Lt. Col. Joseph Hawkins (Warren County Regiment). March 1781, at the battle of Guilford Court House under Lt. Col. William Thomas Linton (Nash County Regiment). Moore's Creek Bridge, Guilford Court House.
Armstrong, James 2nd Rowan County Regiment 1776 1777 1776-1777, a Captain under Lt. Col. William Armstrong and Col. Christopher Beekman.
Armstrong, John 2nd NC Regiment 1775 1777 9/7/1775, a Captain under Col. Robert Howe.  Wounded at Germantown.  Promoted to Major on Oct. 4, 1777 (4th NC Regiment). Great Cane Brake (SC), Snow Campaign (SC), Ft. Moultrie #1 (SC), Brandywine Creek (PA), Germantown (PA).
Armstrong, John Surry County Regiment 1777 1780 1777-1780, a Captain under Col. Martin Armstrong.
Armstrong, Martin Surry County Regiment 1775 1775 Very early, a Captain of Militia.  By September of 1775, a full Colonel and Commandant.
Armstrong, Thomas 5th NC Regiment 1777 1783 Was a Lieutenant.  A Captain on 10/25/1777.  Transferred to 2nd NC Regiment on 6/1/1778.  Captured at Ft. Lafayette, NY on May 31, 1779.  Men allowed to march out wearing their side arms, an honor accorded them in admiration of the stubborn resistance.  Exchanged Dec. 1779.  Again, taken prisoner at the Fall of Charleston, exchanged July 1781.  Aide-de-Camp to BG Jethro Sumner 3/28/1782 until the end of the war.  Retired on 1/1/1783. Monmouth (NJ), Ft. Lafayette (NY), Siege of Charleston 1780 (SC).
Armstrong, William 1st NC Regiment 1777 1783 Was an Ensign and a Lieutenant.  8/29/1777 or 10/1/1777 (two sources), a Captain.  Transferred to 3rd NC Regiment on 2/6/1782.  Retired 1/1/1783. Monmouth (NJ), Eutaw Springs (SC).
Armstrong, William Tryon County Regiment 1778 1781 1778-1780, a Captain under Col. William Graham. 1779 in Lincoln County. July 1780, a Captain attached to Col. George Alexander (Mecklenburg County Regiment).  August 1780, a Captain attached to Lt. Col. Henry "Hal" Dixon (a Continental officer) in the Camden, SC expedition. Then a Captain under Col. Joseph Dickson for two years. At the battle of Guilford Court House under Maj. John Carruth and Col. Francis Locke (Rowan County Regiment). At the battle of Eutaw Springs, SC under Maj. Francis McCorkle. Colson's Mill, Little Lynches Creek (SC), Camden (SC), Kings Mountain (SC), Guilford Court House, Eutaw Springs (SC).
Armstrong, William Rowan County Regiment 1779 1780 1779-1780, a Captain under Col. Francis Locke.  At the battle of Stono Ferry, SC under Col. Francois DeMalmedy (NC Light Dragoons). July 1780, killed at battle of Ramseur's Mill.  May have been from Orange or Guilford County. Stono Ferry (SC), Ramseur's Mill.
Arnold, Aaron Craven County Regiment 1781 1781, a Captain under Col. John Tilman.
Arnold, John Randoph County Regiment 1779 1781 1779-1781, a Captain under Col. John Collier.
Arrington, ? Rutherford County Regiment 1781 1781, a Captain under Col. Andrew Hampton. Some sources assert he made it to Major.
Ashburn, William Bertie County Regiment 1780 4/8/1780, a known Captain under Col. Thomas Pugh.
Ashe, John Jr. Wilmington District Minutemen 1775 1777 9/9/1775, a Captain under Col. John Alexander Lillington.  Feb. 1776, a Captain in the newly-created Volunteer Independent Rangers under Col. John Ashe, Sr. (his father). 4/17/1776, a Captain in 4th NC Regiment.  Resigned ~4/3/1777. Moore's Creek Bridge.
Ashe, John Baptiste Salisbury District Minutemen 1775 1777 9/9/1775, a Captain under Col. Thomas Wade.  4/17/1776, a Captain in the 6th NC Regiment.  Then, a Major and a Lt. Colonel.
Ashe, Samuel Jr. NC Light Dragoons 1777 1781 Was a Lieutenant and Paymaster of 1st NC Regiment.  3/7/1777, a Captain of the First Company of NC Dragoons - on that date, this unit was placed on the NC Continental Line.  May 1777, sent to Fort Pitt under Brig. Gen. Lachlan McIntosh.  Jan. 1779, a Captain under Col. Francois DeMalmedy (NC Light Dragoons Regiment). POW at the Fall of Charleston, SC, paroled. Captain of Artillery at the battle of Camden, SC.  One source claims he made it to Major. Brandywine Creek (PA), Germantown (PA), Monmouth (NJ), Stono Ferry (SC), Siege of Charleston (SC), Camden (SC), Eutaw Springs (SC).
Asher, William Washington County Regiment 1776 1781 First in VA unit. 1776-1779, a Captain under Col. John Carter and Col. Evan Shelby, Sr. 1779-1781, under Col. John Sevier. 1780-1781, also a Captain attached to Col. Isaac Shelby (Sullivan County Regiment).
Asre, Jonathan Chatham County Regiment 1781 1781 Was a Sergeant and a Lieutenant. 1781, a Captain under Col. Jeduthan Harper. Resigned and rejoined again as a Private.
Atkins, Ira Cumberland County Regiment 1776 1777 1776, a Captain of Light Dragoons under Col. Thomas Rutherford. Later in 1776, a Captain under Col. Ebenezer Folsome. Also served in 1777.
Atkinson, Amos Pitt County Regiment 1775 7/14/1775, a known Captain of Militia.
Atkinson, John Orange County Regiment 1776 1776, a Captain of Light Horse under Col. John Hogan. Later in 1776, attached to Col. Ebenezer Folsome (Cumberland County Regiment) to suppress Loyalists at Cross Creek. 1777, a Captain under Col. James Saunders in the Caswell County Regiment. Briar Creek (GA).
Avera, Alexander Cumberland County Regiment 1781 1781, a Captain under Col. James Emmett.
Avent, William Nash County Regiment 1779 1781 1779-1781, a Captain under Col. James Clinch. 1779-1780, attached to Col. John Sheppard (Wayne County Regiment). aka William Avan, William Avin. Siege of Charleston 1780 (SC).
Avery, Waightstill Burke County Regiment 1781 Earlier, a Colonel in the Jones County Regiment.  Moved to Burke County and became a Captain.
Aykler, Jacob Rowan County Regiment 1778 8/17/1778, a known Captain under Col. Francis Locke.
Ayres, ? Surry County Regiment 1781 1781, a Captain under Col. Martin Armstrong. Might be from Wilkes County.
Bacot, Peter 1st NC Regiment 1781 1783 Was an Ensign and a Lieutenant.  9/8/1781, a Captain.  aka Peter Bakot.  S39166.
Badgett, ? Granville County Regiment 1781 1781, a Captain under Maj. Barnett Pulliam and Col. Joseph Taylor.
Bailey,? Chowan County Regiment 1776 1776, a Captain under Col. Thomas Bonner.
Bailey, Benjamin 1st NC Regiment 1781 1783 Was an Ensign and a Lieutenant.  A Captain on 9/8/1781.  Transferred to 3rd NC Regiment on 1/1/1782.  Retired 1/1/1783. Eutaw Springs (SC).
Bailey, Daniel Wilkes County Regiment 1780 Was a Private. 1780-1781, a Captain under Col. Benjamin Cleveland. Wounded at the battle of Cowpens, SC. Kings Mountain (SC), Cowpens (SC).
Baird, James Tryon County Regiment 1776 1776-1779, a Captain under Col. William Graham. 1779-1780, in Lincoln County Regiment. Cherokee Expedition 1776, Kings Mountain (SC).
Baker, ? Edgecombe County Regiment 1781 1781, a Captain under Col. Exum Lewis. 1781, also attached to Col. James Kenan (Duplin County Regiment). Rockfish Creek.
Baker, Andrew Wilkes County Regiment 1780 1781 1780-1781, a Captain under Col. Benjamin Cleveland. aka Andrew Becker.
Baker, George Wilkes County Regiment 1780 1781 Was a Private and an Ensign. 1780-1781, a Captain under Col. Benjamin Cleveland. Cowpens (SC).
Baker, John 7th NC Regiment 1777 1778 Was a Lieutenant.  7/6/1777, a Captain and a Paymaster under Col. James Hogun.  Retired 6/1/1778.  Joined the 3rd NC Regiment in July 1778.  Resigned 8/1/1779, leg wound.  Then, a Colonel in the Georgia State Militia.
Baker, John Rowan County Regiment 1780 1781 1780-1781, a Captain under Col. Francis Locke.
Baker, William Bladen County Regiment 1778 1778, a Captain under Col. Thomas Robeson, Jr. then Col. Thomas Owen.
Baldridge, John Tryon County Regiment 1778 1783 1778, a Captain of Riflemen under Col. William Graham. 1779-1783, a Captain in the Lincoln County Regiment. At the battle of Briar Creek, GA under Lt. Col. Andrew Hampton. Born on 9/28/1754. Briar Creek (GA), Purrysburg (SC), Ramseur's Mill, Kings Mountain (SC), Cowan's Ford, Tarrant's Tavern.
Ballard, James Martin County Regiment 1780 1781 1780-1781, a Captain under Col. Whitmell Hill. Guilford Court House.
Ballard, John Martin County Regiment 1780 1780, a Captain under Col. Whitemell Hill.
Ballard, Kedar Edenton District Minutemen 1775 1779 9/9/1775, a Captain under Col. Edward Vail, Sr.  Later, a Lieutenant and a Captain (10/4/1777) under Col. Jethro Sumner in the 3rd NC Regiment.  10/1/1779, also a Paymaster.  POW at the Fall of Charleston - exchanged on 11/26/1782.  Resigned on 1/1/1783.  From Gates County.  Born 1753. Siege of Charleston 1780 (SC).
Ballew, Robert Burke County Regiment 1780 1781 Was a Private. 1780-1781, a Captain of Light Horse under Col. Charles McDowell. 1781, moved to VA. Ramseur's Mill, Kings Mountain (SC).
Banks, Ralph Granville County Regiment 1778 1781 Was an Ensign. 1778-1780, a Captain under Col. Joseph Taylor. 1780-1781, a Captain under Col. William Moore (Caswell County Regiment). Aug. 1780, a Captain under Lt. Col. Stephen Moore (Caswell County Regiment) during the Camden, SC expedition. Camden (SC).
Bankston, Daniel Anson County Regiment 1777 1777-1779, a Captain under Col. Thomas Wade. 1779, in Montgomery County. 1779, a Captain under Col. William Lofton. aka Daniel Bankson.
Barber, John Tryon County Regiment 1775 1780 1775, a Captain of Rangers under Col. William Graham. 1779, in Lincoln County. 1779, a Captain under Col. Charles McLean. 1780, a Captain under Col. Charles McDowell (Burke County Regiment). 1780, a Major. Great Cane Brake (SC), Snow Campaign, Cherokee Campaign 1776, Ramseur's Mill.
Barber, William Perquimans County Regiment 1778 1778, a Captain under Col. Thomas Harvey. 1781, a Captain under Col. Peter Dauge (Camden County Regiment). aka William Barbey.
Bard, Richard Bladen County Regiment 1775 A recruiting officer.
Barnett, ? Rutherford County Regiment A Captain under Col. Andrew Hampton. Might be a SC officer.
Barnett, John Chatham County Regiment 1780 1781 1780-1781, a Captain under Lt. Col. John Luttrell.
Barnett, Thomas Guilford County Regiment 1781 1781, a Captain under Col. James Martin. Guilford Court House.
Barnett, William Mecklenburg County Regiment 1777 1780 Was a Lieutenant. 1777, a Captain under Col. Adam Alexander. 1778, a Captain of Light Horse for three months under Col. George Alexander. 1780, a Captain under Col. Robert Irwin.
Barns, James 2nd Salisbury District Minutemen 1776 1776, a Captain under Col. Thomas Polk. Later in 1776, a Captain under Col. Adam Alexander. From Mecklenburg County. Moore's Creek Bridge, Cherokee Expedition 1776.
Baron, Samuel Halifax County Regiment 1778 1778-1779, a Captain attached to Col. Thomas Eaton (Bute County Regiment). Briar Creek (GA).
Barr, James Rowan County Regiment 1775 1779 1775, a Captain under Col. Griffith Rutherford. 1776-1777, a Captain under Col. Christopher Beekman (2nd Rowan County Regiment). 1777, in Burke County. 1777-1779, a Captain under Col. Charles McDowell. 3Q 1779, promoted to Major. Stono Ferry (SC).
Barret, William 3rd NC Regiment 1776 1778 4/17/1776, a Captain under Col. Jethro Sumner.  June 1778, joined the 3rd Continental Dragoons (VA) as a Lieutenant, promoted to Captain.  Served until the end of the war.  Born 1760 in Louisa County, VA [6]. Ft. Moultrie #1 (SC).
Barrier, George Henry Rowan County Regiment 1775 1779 11/11/1775, nominated for Captain by the Rowan County Committee of Safety. 1779, a Major.  aka George Henry Berger, Byrnes, Bargen, Barringer. Ninety-Six 1775 (SC), Great Cane Brake (SC), Snow Campaign (SC), Cherokee Expedition 1776. 
Barringer, John Mecklenburg County Regiment 1775 1775, a Captain under Col. Thomas Polk. Early 1776, in the 2nd Salisbury District Minutemen.  June 1776, a Captain under Maj. John Phifer and Col. Adam Alexander. 1780, a Captain under Col. Caleb Phifer. Great Cane Brake (SC), Snow Campaign (SC), Cherokee Expedition 1776.
Barringer, Matthias Tryon County Regiment 1776 1776 1776, a Captain under Col. William Graham. Killed at the battle of Quaker Meadows.  From what is now Catawba County. Quaker Meadows.
Barrow, James 2nd NC Regiment of Militia 1780 1780 6/2/1780, a Captain under Col. Benjamin Exum. From Edgecombe County. aka James Barron. Camden (SC).
Barrow, John Pitt County Regiment 1779 1779, a Captain under Col. John Simpson. Also served under Lt. Col. John Lowry (Wayne County Regiment).
Barrow, Samuel Pitt County Regiment 1778 1781 1778, a Captain under Col. John Simpson. 1779-1780, a Captain under Col. Benjamin Seawell (Franklin County Regiment). 1781, a Captain under Col. John Simpson.
Barrow, Sherrod Dobbs County Regiment 1780 1781 1780, a Captain under Col. James Glasgow. 1781, a Captain under Col. James Darnell. aka Sherad Barrow, Shirad Barrow.
Barrow, Thomas Edgecombe County Regiment 1781 1781, a Captain under Col. Exum Lewis. Also served under Col. Benjamin Seawell (Franklin County Regiment).
Bartley, Robert Rowan County Regiment 1776 1779 1776-1779, a Captain under Col. Francis Locke. May 1779, Lt. William Richardson Davie took over his company after he was Court-Martialed for intemperance. aka Robert Bartlet. Cherokee Expedition 1776.
Barton, John Onslow County Regiment 1777 8/1/1777, a known Captain under Col. William Cray.
Barton, John Wilkes County Regiment 1780 1782 Was a Private. 1780, a Captain under Col. Benjamin Cleveland. At the battle of Colson's Mill under Col. Elijah Isaacs. Served until 1782. Colson's Mill, Kings Mountain (SC), Eutaw Springs (SC).
Basey, Jesse NC Light Horse Regiment 1781 1781 1781, a Captain under Col. James Read. From Randolph County. Hobkirk's Hill (SC).
Basil, ? Guilford County Regiment 1782 1782, a Captain under Col. Samuel Isaacs.
Bass, Randall Edgecombe County Regiment 1783 1783, a Captain under Col. Exum Lewis.
Bass, Richard Duplin County Regiment 1776 Was an Ensign. 1776, a Captain under Col. James Kenan for four tours. Then two tours as a Private.
Bateman, Jeremiah Tyrrell County Regiment 1779 1780 1779, a Captain under Col. James Long. 1780, in Charleston, SC erecting breastworks, etc. under Lt. Col. Archibald Lytle (a Continental officer). Siege of Charleston (SC).
Battle, ? Craven County Regiment 1777 1777, a Captain under Col. John Bryan.
Battle, Enoch Onslow County Regiment 1781 Was a Lieutenant.  1781, a Captain under Col. Reuben Grant.
Battle, Ephraim 1st Battalion of Militia 1776 1781 6/11/1776, a Captain under Col. Thomas Brown.  7/31/1776, had 70 men. Unit disbanded on 8/13/1776. Wounded by friendly fire at Lockwood's Folly (in Brunswick County), date unknown. 1777-1781, a Captain in the Onslow County Regiment of Militia. 1781, a Major. From Onslow County. Heron's Bridge.
Battle, James Nash County Regiment 1780 1780, a Captain under Col. James Clinch.
Batts, John Edgecombe County Regiment 1779 1780 1779, a Captain under Col. Exum Lewis. 1779-1780, a Captain under Maj. James Shepherd and Lt. Col. John Lowry (Wayne County Regiment) at Charleston, SC erecting breastworks, etc. Siege of Charleston (SC).
Bean, Jesse Washington County Regiment 1780 1780, a Captain under Col. John Sevier.  aka Jesse Beene. Kings Mountain (SC).
Bean, Robert Washington County Regiment 1779 1782 1779-1782, a Captain under Col. John Sevier. Thicketty Fort (SC), Boyd's Creek (TN), Cherokee Expedition 1782.
Bean, William  Washington County Regiment 1779 1780 1779-1780, a Captain under Col. John Sevier. Musgrove's Mill (SC), Kings Mountain (SC).
Beard, ? Wake County Regiment 1778 1779 1778-1779, a Captain attached to Col. Philip Alston (Cumberland County Regiment of Militia). Briar Creek (GA).
Beasley, G. Halifax County Regiment 1778 1778, a Captain under Col. Samuel Weldon.
Beatty, ? Sullivan County Regiment 1781 1781, a Captain under Col. Isaac Shelby.
Beatty, David Rutherford County Regiment 1780 1780, a Captain under Col. Andrew Hampton. At the battle of Kings Mountain, SC under VA Col. William Campbell. aka David Beattie. Kings Mountain (SC).
Beatty, Hugh Rutherford County Regiment 1781 1782 1781-1782, a Captain under Col. Robert Porter.
Beatty, Thomas Rowan County Regiment 1781 1781, a Captain under Col. Francis Locke.
Beatty, William Guilford County Regiment 1776 1776, a Captain under Col. James Martin.
Beaver, Matthias Mecklenburg County Regiment 1779 1780 1779-1780, a Captain under Col. George Alexander. Camden (SC).
Beck, William Duplin County Regiment 1781 1782 Late 1781 to March 1782, a Captain under Col. James Kenan. Collected cattle for the army.
Beekman, Christopher 2nd Rowan County Regiment 1775 1776 11/11/1775, nominated for Captain by the Rowan County Committee of Safety.  Early 1776, a Lt. Colonel.  4/22/1776, a full Colonel.  aka Christopher Beckman.
Beekman, William Tryon County Regiment 1775 1775, a Captain under Col. William Graham. 1776, a Captain under Col. Christopher Beekman (2nd Rowan County Regiment). 1778, moved to NJ. Born on 8/27/1755 in New Jersey. aka William Bateman, William Beckman.
Beeson, Edward Randoph County Regiment 1781 Was an Ensign and a Lieutenant.  1781, a Captain under Lt. Col. James Dougan and Col. John Collier. Lindley's Mill, Brown Marsh.
Bell, Abner Carteret County Regiment 1781 1781, a Captain under Lt. Col. John Easton.
Bell, Frederick Edgecombe County Regiment 1779 1780 1779-1780, a Captain under Col. Exum Lewis. At the Siege of Charleston, SC under Maj. James Shepherd. 1780, a Major. aka Frederick Ball, Frederick Beall. Siege of Charleston (SC).
Bell, Green 7th NC Regiment 1776 1776 11/28/1776, a Captain under Col. James Hogun.  Resigned before 12/17/1776.  From Edgecombe County, NC.
Bell, James Randoph County Regiment 1781 1781, a Captain of Light Horse under Lt. Col. James Dougan and Col. John Collier. Guilford Court House.
Bell, John Edgecombe County Regiment 1780 1781 1780-1781, a Captain under Col. Exum Lewis. 1781, at the battle of Guilford Court House under Col. Benjamin Williams (Johnston County Regiment). Camden (SC), Guilford Court House.
Bell, Robert Guilford County Regiment 1776 1781 1776, a Captain under Lt. Col./Col. James Martin. 11/25/1776, a Captain under Col. Francis Locke in the newly-created 2nd Battlion of Volunteers. Unit disbanded on 4/10/1777.  1777-1781, a Captain under Col. James Martin. At the battle of Eutaw Springs, SC under Col. Francois DeMalmedy (NC Light Dragoons). Promoted to Major either just before or just after this battle. Moore's Creek Bridge, Cherokee Expedition 1776, Guilford Court House, Siege of Ninety-Six 1781 (SC), Eutaw Springs (SC).
Bell, William Rowan County Regiment 1776 1781 1776-1781, a Captain under Col. Francis Locke. 1778, also under Col. Alexander Mebane (Orange County Regiment). 1779, also under Col. Andrew Hampton (Rutherford County Regiment). At the battle of Ramseur's Mill under Lt. Col. Frederick Hambright (Lincoln County Regiment). Sep. 1780, a Captain under Col. William Richardson Davie (NC State Cavalry-Western District). Fall of 1781, a Captain under Col. Robert Smith (NC State Legion) in the Wilmington Expedition. Cherokee Expedition 1776, Ramseur's Mill, Colson's Mill, Camden (SC), Tarrant's Tavern.
Bender, Daniel Onslow County Regiment 1779 Was a Private. 1779, a Captain under Col. Reuben Grant.
Bennerman, R. Volunteer Independent Rangers 1776 1776 2/27/1776, a known Captain under Col. John Ashe.  From New Hanover County. Moore's Creek Bridge.
Bennett, Lewis Mounted Volunteers Regiment 1780 1781 1780, a Captain under Col. Philip Taylor in the Mounted Volunteers. 1781, a Captain under Col. Philip Taylor again (Granville County Regiment).
Bennett, Peter Granville County Regiment 1780 1781 1780, a Captain under Col. Joseph Taylor. 1780, attached to Lt. Col. Stephen Moore (Caswell County Regiment) during the Camden, SC expedition. 1781, a Captain under Lt. Col. Drury Smith. March 1781, sent to Roanoke River in VA to catch fish for the army for 3 months. Some sources claim he made it to Major. Camden (SC).
Bennett, William Granville County Regiment 1780 1781 1780-1781, a Captain under Col. Joseph Taylor. Killed on 9/8/1781 at the battle of Eutaw Springs, SC. Camden (SC), Kings Mountain (SC), Rugeley's Mill #2 (SC), Cowpens (SC), Guilford Court House, Siege of Ninety-Six 1781 (SC), Eutaw Springs (SC).
Benson, James Rowan County Regiment 1780 Was a Lieutenant. 1780, a Captain under Col. Francis Locke.
Benton, John Gates County Regiment 1780 1780 1780, a Captain under Col. Kadar Reddick. Aug. 1780, attached to Lt. Col. Henry "Hal" Dixon (a Continental officer) in the Camden, SC expedition. Killed at the battle of Camden, SC. His Lieutenant died from his wounds, and ten of his men also died. Camden (SC).
Benton, John Wilkes County Regiment 1780 1780, a Captain under Col. Elijah Isaacs.
Bethel, William Guilford County Regiment 1776 1781 1776-1781, a Captain under Col. James Martin. Late 1778, considered to be in the "New Levies" under Lt. Col. Archibald Lytle (a Continental officer). 1779-1780, a Captain under Maj. James Brandon (Rowan County Regiment). Fall of 1781, a Captain under Maj. Joseph Graham and Col. Robert Smith (NC State Legion) in the Wilmington Expedition. Cherokee Expedition 1776, Stono Ferry (SC), Siege of Charleston (SC), Moncks Corner #1 (SC), Guilford Court House, Raft Swamp, Evacuation of Wilmington.
Beverly, John Surry County Regiment 1776 1776, a Captain under Col. Martin Armstrong. 1777, in Wilkes County. 1781-1782, a Captain under Col. Benjamin Herndon. At the battle of Cowpens, SC under Maj. Joseph McDowell (Burke County Regiment). aka John Beavilley. Cherokee Expedition 1776, Cowpens (SC), Guilford Court House, Cherokee Expedition 1782.
Bickerstaff, John Burke County Regiment 1780 1781 1780, a Captain of Rangers under Lt. Col. Hugh Brevard. 1781, a Captain under Col. Charles McDowell. Fall of 1781, a Captain under Col. Robert Smith (NC State Legion) in the Wilmington Expedition. aka John Biggerstaff. Hobkirk's Hill (SC).
Biecknell, Thomas Wilkes County Regiment 1780 1780 Was an Ensign and a Lieutenant. 1780, a Captain under Col. Benjamin Cleveland. Mortally wounded at the battle of Kings Mountain, SC. Some assert he was only a Lieutenant at Kings Mountain. Kings Mountain (SC).
Biddle, Thomas Washington County Regiment 1780 1780, a Captain under Col. John Sevier.
Billingsley, James Rowan County Regiment 1780 1781 Was an Ensign. 1780-1781, a Captain of Rangers under Col. Francis Locke. Guilford Court House.
Binkley, Adam Surry County Regiment 1781 1781 Was a Wagoner and a Lieutenant. 1781, a Captain for two months under Col. Martin Armstrong. Guilford Court House.
Binkley, Peter Surry County Regiment 1780 Was a Lieutenant. 1780, a Captain under Col. Martin Armstrong.
Bird, Amos Washington County Regiment 1779 1782 1779-1782, a Captain under Col. John Sevier. aka Amos Byrd.
Birdsong, Batt DQMG 1780 1781 1780-1781, a Captain under Col. Nicholas Long in charge of the Public Factory at Harrisburgh in Granville County. Took over from Capt. John Medearis - a Continental. 1781, a Major. This man might've been considered a Continental, too, but he's not on any official lists of Continental soldiers. W8218.
Birdsong, John Chatham County Regiment 1778 August 1778, a Captain under Col. Ambrose Ramsey.
Black, James Rowan County Regiment 1780 1780, a Captain under Col. Francis Locke.
Black, Joseph Washington County Regiment 1780 1781 1780-1781, a Captain under Col. John Sevier.  Boyd's Creek (TN), Whitesell's Mill.
Blackamore, John Washington County Regiment 1776 1776, a Captain under Col. Evan Shelby, Sr.
Blackburn, Ambrose Surry County Regiment 1779 1781 Was an Ensign or a Lieutenant. 1779-1781, a Captain under Col. Martin Armstrong. 1780, also a Commissary. Chestnut Mountain.
Blackwell, James Granville County Regiment 1781 1781 1781, a Captain under Col. Joseph Taylor. Also served under Col. Francois DeMalmedy (NC Light Dragoons) and Lt. Col. Robert Mebane (a Continental officer). Raft Swamp.
Blackwell, James Lincoln County Regiment 1780 1780, a Captain under Col. William Graham.
Blair, George Burke County Regiment 1782 Was a Lieutenant. 1782, a Captain under Col. Joseph McDowell. Lookout Mountain (TN).
Blair, Hugh Lincoln County Regiment 1780 1780, a Captain under Col. William Graham. Mostly served as an Acting Commissary to furnish provisions, stationed at Robert Anderson's place.
Blair, John Sullivan County Regiment 1782 1782, a Captain under Col. Isaac Shelby.
Blair, Thomas Guilford County Regiment 1776 1776 2/27/1776, a known Captain of Light Horse under Lt. Col. James Martin.  4/22/1776, a Major. Moore's Creek Bridge.
Blair, William Sullivan County Regiment 1782 1782, a Captain under Col. Isaac Shelby.
Blake, Benjamin Wake County Regiment 1779 1781 1779-1781, a Captain under Lt. Col. Thomas Wooten. Guarded the NC General Assembly that met at Wake Court House in June of 1781. Eutaw Springs (SC).
Blakey, ? Wake County Regiment 1779 1779, a Captain under Col. John Hinton, Jr. Also served under Col. William Moore (Caswell County Regiment of Militia).
Blanks, John Craven County Regiment 1781 1781, a Captain of Light Horse under Col. John Tilman.
Blanks, William Craven County Regiment 1780 1780, a Captain under Col. John Tilman.
Blantain, ? Warren County Regiment 1780 1780, a Captain attached to Col. Benjamin Seawell (Franklin County Regiment). Charlotte.
Bledsoe, ? Craven County Regiment 1776 1776, a Captain under Col. John Bryan. Per statement of William Lane (R6140), he was killed in a skirmish with the British at the mouth of the Cape Fear River in late 1776 or early 1777 - apparently at Ft. Johnston.
Bledsoe, Abraham Washington District Regiment 1776 1779 1776-1779, a Captain under Col. Evan Shelby, Sr. 1777, this unit was renamed to the Washington County Regiment of Militia. aka Abram Bledsoe. Cherokee Expedition 1776, French Broad River, Chickamauga Towns (TN).
Bledsoe, George Franklin County Regiment 1781 1781, a Captain of Light Horse under Col. Benjamin Seawell. Cousin of Capt. Lewis Bledsoe. Wounded at the battle of Briar Creek, GA - unit and rank unknown.
Bledsoe, Isaac Franklin County Regiment 1781 1782 1781-1782, a Captain under Col. Benjamin Seawell.
Bledsoe, Isaac Washington District Regiment 1776 1781 1776, a Captain under Col. Evan Shelby, Sr. Dec. 1778, at the fort on the north side of the Holston River.  1781, a Major in the Sullivan County Regiment of Militia. aka Isaac Blatchin, Isaac Bletcher (many say that's how it was pronounced). Cherokee Expedition 1776, French Broad River. 
Bledsoe, John Wake County Regiment 1779 1779, a Captain under Col. Michael Rogers.
Bledsoe, Lewis Wake County Regiment 1780 1783 Was a Sergeant. 1780-1783, a Captain of Light Horse under Col. James Hinton, then under Col. John Hinton, Jr. Aug. 1780, also under Lt. Col. Stephen Moore (Caswell County Regiment) and Lt. Col. Henry "Hal" Dixon (a Continental officer) during the Camden, SC expedition. At the battle of Guilford Court House under Col. William Moore (Caswell County Regiment). 1781, a Captain under Lt. Col. Robert Mebane (a Continental officer). 1783, a Major. Lived in what is now Durham County. Born on 12/15/1756 in Granville (what would become Bute) County, NC. aka Lewis Bletcher (many say that's how it was pronounced). Siege of Charleston 1780 (SC), Camden (SC), Guilford Court House, Lindley's Mill, Brown Marsh, Raft Swamp.
Blevins, James Wilkes County Regiment 1781 1781, a Captain under Col. Benjamin Cleveland.
Blither, Frederick Mecklenburg County Regiment 1780 1781 1780-1781, a Captain under Col. Caleb Phifer.
Blocker, John Bladen County Regiment 1781 Was a Lieutenant. 1781, a Captain under Col. Thomas Brown.
Bloodworth, Thomas Wilmington District Minutemen 1775 1776 2/27/1776, a known Captain under Col. John Alexander Lillington. 4/22/1776, a Major. 1781, a Lt. Colonel. From New Hanover County. Moore's Creek Bridge.
Bloodworth, Timothy New Hanover County Regiment 1776 1781 Was a Lieutenant.  8/8/1776, a known Captain of Militia. 1776-1781, a Captain of Militia. Wilmington #2.
Blount, James 2nd NC Regiment 1775 1778 9/1/1775, a Captain under Col. Robert Howe.  Resigned before 6/1/1778.  From Edgecombe County, NC. Great Bridge (VA).
Blount, Reading New Bern District Minutemen 1775 1778 9/9/1775, a Captain under Col. Richard Caswell.  4/17/1776, a Captain and a Major in 5th NC Regiment, then a Major in the 2nd NC Regiment.  Also a Major in New Bern District Regiment of Militia. One source claims he was a Lieutenant under Capt. Edmund Hatch (Craven County Regiment) at the battle of Moore's Creek Bridge (?) Brandywine Creek (PA), Germantown (PA).
Blount, William Bladen County Regiment 1781 1781, a Captain under Col. Thomas Owen.
Bluer, ? Nash County Regiment 1781 1781, a Captain under Col. Thomas Hunter.
Bluford, John New Hanover County Regiment 1781 Was an Ensign. 1781, a Captain under Lt. Col. Thomas Bloodworth.
Blye, Samuel Wake County Regiment 1781 1781, a Captain under Col. John Hinton, Jr.
Blythe, Henry T. Chatham County Regiment 1781 1781, a Captain under Lt. Col. Hightower and Col. Ambrose Ramsey.
Bodenheimer, William Rowan County Regiment 1781 Was a Sergeant and a Lieutenant. 1781, a Captain under Col. Francis Locke.
Boggan, Patrick Anson County Regiment 1777 1782 1777-1782, a Captain of a Light Horse Company under Col. Thomas Wade.  At the battle of Camden, SC under Col. Hicks. At the battle of the Brick House under Col. Robert Smith (NC State Legion). aka Patrick Bogun, Patrick Bogan. Camden (SC), Beatti's Bridge, Richmond & Cumberland Counties, Little Raft Swamp, Lindley's Mill, Brick House.
Bond, Henry NC State Regiment 1781 7/14/1781, a Captain of Infantry in the NC State Regiment.
Bond, John Nash County Regiment 1778 1780 1778-1780, a Captain under Col. James Clinch. 1780, a Lt. Colonel. aka John Bonds.
Bonner, Henry Beaufort County Regiment 1776 1776, a Captain under Col. James Bonner. 1778, a Captain under Col. John Tilman (Craven County Regiment). aka Henry Banner.
Boon, Joseph Dobbs County Regiment 1778 1782 1778-1779, a Captain under Col. James Glasgow. 1779, in Wayne County. 1779-1782, a Captain under Col. Benjamin Exum. Also given a commission to erect a Public Store (depot).
Boon, Thomas Northampton County Regiment 1777 10/18/1777, a known Captain under Col. William Eaton.
Bostick, Absalom Surry County Regiment 1778 1781 1778-1781 Captain of Infantry under Col. Martin Armstrong. At the battle of Colson's Mill under Maj. John Armstrong (a Continental officer). He sent a detachment of ~10 men to go support Col. Thomas Sumter at Fishing Creek (SC) - but, he himself was at the battle of Camden (SC). aka Absalom Bostwick. Colson's Mill, Little Lynches Creek (SC), Camden (SC), Guilford Court House.
Bostick, John Surry County Regiment 1781 1781 Early 1781, a Captain under Col. Martin Armstrong, detached to support SC Brig. Gen. Andrew Pickens for a short duration.
Bostick, William Surry County Regiment 1780 1781 1780-1781, a Captain under Col. Martin Armstrong. Sick during the battle of Guilford Court House. At the battle of Eutaw Springs, SC under Col. Francois DeMalmedy (NC Light Dragoons). Dickey's Farm, Eutaw Springs (SC).
Boston, John Onslow County Regiment 1776 1780 1776, a Captain under Col. William Cray. 8/1/1777, a known Captain under Col. William Cray.  1777-1779, a Captain under Lt. Col. Henry Rhodes. 1779-1780, a Captain under Col. Henry Rhodes.  2/11/1780, a 1st Major under Col. Henry Rhodes.  aka John Barton.
Boston, Matthew Onslow County Regiment 1777 1777, a Captain under Lt. Col. Henry Rhodes and Col. William Cray. 
Bourden, ? Duplin County Regiment
Boutin, John Warren County Regiment 1781 Was a Private and a Sergeant. 1781, a Captain under Col. Herbert Haynes. Yorktown (VA)(?).
Bowden, Nicholas Duplin County Regiment 1780 1781 1780-1781, a Captain under Col. James Kenan. Had a brother and a son named Baker, both in service. Rockfish Creek.
Bowen, Reese Sullivan County Regiment 1780 1780 Was a Lieutenant in VA unit. Most say he was only a Lieutentant and not a Captain. Killed at the battle of Kings Mountain, SC. aka Reece Bowen. Kings Mountain (SC).
Bowen, Samuel Montgomery County Regiment 1781 Was a Private. 1781, a Captain of Light Horse under Lt. Col. George Davidson and Col. William Lofton. Had several skirmishes with Loyalist Col. David Fanning, undocumented.
Bowie, John Rutherford County Regiment 1780 1780, a Captain under Col. Andrew Hampton.
Bowman, ? Duplin County Regiment 1780 1780, a Captain under Col. James Kenan. Gibbes' Plantation (SC).
Bowman, John Burke County Regiment 1780 1780 1780, a Captain attached to Maj. Micajah Lewis (Surry County Regiment) and Lt. Col. Henry "Hal" Dixon (a Continental officer) in the Camden, SC expedition. Camden (SC).
Bowman, Joshua 1st NC Regiment 1776 1780 Was a Lieutenant.  9/18/1776, a Captain under Col. Thomas Clark.  Wounded at Stony Point (NY).  Killed on March 30, 1780 during the Siege of Charleston.  Some records list him as Joseph Bowman. Brandywine Creek (PA), Germantown (PA), Monmouth (NJ), Stony Point (NY), Siege of Charleston 1780 (SC).
Bowman, Joshua Burke County Regiment 1780 1780 1780, a Captain under Maj. Joseph McDowell. Killed at the battle of Ramseur's Mill. Ramseur's Mill.
Boyce, Dempsey 1st NC Regiment 1781 1782 Nov. 1781, a Captain for 12 months.  Discharged 11/1/1782. Not on any officiall rolls for NC Continental Line.
Boyce, Joust 1780 POW/Wounded at the battle of Camden (SC). Camden (SC).
Boyer, Luke Washington County Regiment 1780 1781 1780-1781, a Captain under Col. John Sevier. 
Boyers, David Rowan County Regiment 1781 1781, a Captain under Col. Francis Locke.
Boykin, ? Burke County Regiment 1779 1780 Was a Lieutenant. 1779-1780, a Captain under Col. Charles McDowell. Note - this Author is of the opinion that this man was actually a South Carolinian to whom some in NC aligned themselves with - see Capt. Samuel Boykin of the SC Militia. Pensioners mention going after the Loyalist Capt. William "Bloody Bill" Cunningham in SC under this Captain Boykin.
Brack, Richard Onslow County Regiment 1777 8/1/1777, a Captain under Col. William Cray.
Brackin, John Anson County Regiment 1781 1781, a Captain under Col. Thomas Wade. aka John Bracken. Eutaw Springs (SC).
Brackin, William Anson County Regiment 1778 1778-1779, a Captain under Lt. Col. David Love. 1779, in Montgomery County. 1779-1781, a Captain under Col. William Lofton. Feb. 1781, a Captain under Col. Francois DeMalmedy (NC Light Dragoons). aka William Bracken. Beatti's Bridge, Eutaw Springs (SC).
Bradford, Phil Granville County Regiment 1780 1780, a Captain under Col. John Dickerson.
Bradford, Richard Granville County Regiment 1777 1781 1777-1781, a Captain under Col. Joseph Taylor. Guilford Court House.
Bradford, Thomas Granville County Regiment 1778 2/4/1778, a known Captain under Col. Joseph Taylor.
Bradley, George "Gee" 3rd NC Regiment 1778 1783 Was a Lieutenant.  9/19/1778, a Captain under Lt. Col. Robert Mebane.  POW at the Fall of Charleston, paroled June 1781.  Finally exchanged on 11/26/1782.   Retired 1/1/1783. Siege of Charleston 1780 (SC).
Bradley, James 3rd NC Regiment 1776 1781 4/16/1776, a Captain under Col. Jethro Sumner.  Retired 6/1/1778.  1780, a Private in Militia. 1781, a Captain under Col. James Allen. Also served under Col. Jeptha Eatherton (Northampton County Regiment).
Bradley, Richard 1st NC Regiment 1777 1778 3/5/1777, a Captain under Col. Thomas Clark.  Retired 6/1/1778.
Brandon, John Rowan County Regiment 1775 1781 1775-1780, a Captain under Col. Francis Locke. Sep. 1780, a Captain under Col. William Richardson Davie (NC State Cavalry-Western District). 1781, a Captain under Col. Francis Locke. Cherokee Expedition 1776, Ramseur's Mill, Camden (SC), Fishing Creek (SC)(?), Charlotte, Kings Mountain (SC), Eutaw Springs (SC).
Branham, Josiah Burke County Regiment 1779 1780 1779-1780, a Captain under Col. Charles McDowell. 1780, a Major in the Wilkes County Regiment of Militia.
Brantley, ? Halifax County Regiment 1780 1780, a Captain under Col. James Allen.
Brashears, Asa Guilford County Regiment 1780 1781 1780, a Captain under Col. James Martin. Aug. 1780, attached to VA Lt. Col. Charles Porterfield in the Camden, SC expedition.  1781, a Captain under Col. John Peasley. aka Asa Brasher. Colson's Mill, Camden (SC).
Brashears, Samuel Sullivan County Regiment 1780 1780, a Captain under Col. Isaac Shelby.
Brenner, William Franklin County Regiment 1780 1780, a Captain under Col. Benjamin Seawell. Some claim he made it to Major.
Brevard, ? Mecklenburg County Regiment 1780 1780, a Captain under Col. William Lee Davidson. Colson's Mill.
Brevard, ? Northampton County Regiment 1781 1781, a Captain under Lt. Col. Robert Peoples.
Brevard, Alexander 4th NC Regiment 1780 1783 Was a Lieutenant.  A Captain on 10/20/1780.  1781, a Captain under Lt. Col. John Baptiste Ashe (1st NC Regiment).  2/6/1782, in 3rd NC Regiment.  From Lincoln County, NC. Siege of Ninety-Six 1781 (SC), Siege of Augusta (GA), Eutaw Springs (SC).
Brevard, Ephraim 2nd Salisbury District Minutemen 1776 1776, a Captain under Col. Thomas Polk. Moore's Creek Bridge.
Brevard, James Surry County Regiment 1781 1781, a Captain under Col. Martin Armstrong.
Brevard, Joel 9th NC Regiment 1776 1778 11/28/1776, a Captain under Col. John Williams.  Resigned in Aug. 1777.  From Salisbury District.
Brickell, ? Halifax District Minutemen 1775 9/9/1775, a Captain under Col. Nicholas Long. 1780, a Captain under Col. James Allen (Halifax County Regiment).
Brickell, Thomas 7th NC Regiment 1776 1778 11/28/1776, a Captain under Col. James Hogun.  Dropped from the rolls in Jan. 1778.  From Winton, Hertford County, NC.  aka Thomas Brickle. Brandywine Creek (PA), Germantown (PA).
Brickle, Matthew Franklin County Regiment 1781 1781, a Captain under Col. Benjamin Seawell. aka Matthew Brickell.
Brickle, Thomas Warren County Regiment 1781 1782 1781-1782, a Captain under Col. William Brickell (Franklin County Regiment). aka Thomas Brickell.
Brickle, William Franklin County Regiment 1780 1780, a Captain under Col. Benjamin Seawell. Also served under Col. James Allen (Halifax County Regiment). aka William Brickell.
Bridgers, Joseph Hertford County Regiment 1780 1780, a Captain under Col. George Lytle. Took over the company of Capt. William Stevens.
Bridges, William Nash County Regiment 1779 1779, a Captain under Lt. Col. Thomas Hunter and Col. James Clinch.
Bright, John 1775 1775, a Captain. Regiment unknown. Great Bridge (VA).
Bright, Simon 2nd NC Regiment 1775 1776 9/1/1775, a Captain under Col. Robert Howe.  Resigned 5/1/1776 due to bad health.  Died in Dec. 1776.  From Dobbs County, NC. Great Bridge (VA).
Brinkley, Adam Surry County Regiment 1781 1781, a Captain under Maj. Martin Armstrong. Clapp's Mill #1, New Garden Meeting House, Guilford Court House.
Brinkley, John 1780 1781 A Captain in Militia 1780-1781.
Brinkley, William Halifax District Minutemen 1775 1780 9/9/1775, a Captain under Col. Nicholas Long.  4/17/1776, a Captain under Col. Jetro Sumner in the 3rd NC Regiment.  Retired 6/1/1778. 6/2/1780, a Captain in the Halifax County Regiment assigned to the newly-created 1st Regiment of Militia under Col. Samuel Jarvis. aka William Brinkly. Moore's Creek Bridge. Ft. Moultrie #1 (SC), Florida Expedition 1776, Brandywine Creek (PA), Germantown (PA).
Britton, James Burke County Regiment 1779 1779, a Captain under Col. Charles McDowell.
Brock, William Pitt County Regiment 1780 1780, a Captain under Col. John Simpson.
Brooks, ? Chatham County Regiment 1777 1779 1777-1779, a Captain under Col. Ambrose Ramsey.
Brooks, George Washington County Regiment 1778 1778, a Captain under Col. John Carter. From what would become Sullivan County in 1779.
Brower, David Guilford County Regiment 1781 1781 1781, a Captain under Col. John Peasley. Killed by Loyalists who waylaid him and three men.  Lt. James Woods became Captain.
Brown, ? 1st Battalion of Militia 1776 1776 May 1776, a Captain under Col. Thomas Brown. Unit disbanded on 8/13/1776. From Bladen County.
Brown, ? Halifax County Regiment 1781 1781, a Captain under Col. James Allen.
Brown, ? Rowan County Regiment 1776 1776, a Captain under Col. Francis Locke. Cherokee Expedition 1776.
Brown, Jacob Washington County Regiment 1778 1781 1778, a Captain under Col. John Carter. 1779-1781, a Captain under Col. John Sevier. 1781, a Major. Born on 12/11/1736. Kings Mountain (SC), Boyd's Creek (TN).
Brown, John 1st NC Regiment 1777 1779 Was an Ensign and a Lieutenant.  4/26/1777, a Captain.  June 1778, a Captain of the NC Dragoons.  Discharged in 1779.  1780-1782, a Captain of Light Horse under Col. Thomas Brown (Bladen County Regiment).  Severely wounded in Oct. or Nov. 1782 in a skirmish with Loyalists in SC at Thompson's Creek (?). Born 11/13/1752.  W9746. Brandywine Creek (PA), Germantown (PA), Monmouth (NJ).
Brown, John Wilkes County Regiment 1780 1781 1780-1781, a Captain of Mounted Riflemen under Col. Benjamin Cleveland.  Kings Mountain (SC).
Brown, Lewis Hertford County Regiment 1779 1781 1779, a Captain under Col. Benjamin Wynns.  3/30/1780, a known Captain under Col. George Lytle. 1780-1781, a Captain under Col. George Wynns. aka Lou Brown.
Brown, Micajah Wake County Regiment 1780 1780, a Captain under Col. John Hinton, Jr. 1780, also attached to Col. John Collier (Randolph County Regiment).
Brown, Robert Burke County Regiment 1781 Was a Lieutenant. 1781, a Captain under Col. Charles McDowell.
Brownfield, John Mecklenburg County Regiment 1776 1781 1776, a Captain under Col. Adam Alexander. 1778-1779, a Captain under Col. Francis Locke (Rowan County Regiment). At the battle of Briar Creek, GA under Lt. Col. Caleb Phifer, Col. Francis Lock, and attached to Lt. Col. Archibald Lytle (a Continental officer). 1780-1781, a Captain under Col. Robert Irwin. Early 1781, also under Lt. Col. William Polk and Col. Robert Irwin. 3Q 1781, a Major. aka John Brumfield, John Bromfield. Briar Creek (GA), Rocky Mount (SC), Hanging Rock (SC).
Brownfield, William Mecklenburg County Regiment 1780 Was a Lieutenant. March 1780, a Captain under Maj. William Polk and Col. Robert Irwin.
Bruce, John Surry County Regiment 1780 1782 1780-1782, a Captain under Col. Martin Armstrong. Guilford Court House.
Bryan, Asa NC Light Horse Regiment 1781 Was a Lieutenant. 1781, a Captain under Col. James Read. From Johnston County. Brother of Captain John Bryan and Private/ Sergeant William Bryan. Born 1750. aka Asel Briant, Asa Briant. New Garden Meeting House, Guilford Court House, Hobkirk's Hill (SC).
Bryan, Elias Martin County Regiment 1781 1781, a Captain under Col. Whitmell Hill. Also served under Lt. Col. William Jones (Dobbs County Regiment).
Bryan, Hardy Johnston County Regiment 1779 1781 Was an Adjutant, a Commissary, and a Lieutenant. 1779-1781, a Captain under Col. John Smith. 1779, at the battle of Stono Ferry, SC under Col. Jonas Johnston (Edgecombe County Regiment). 1781, at the battle of Guilford Court House under Col. William Bryan (retired brigadier general). aka Hardy Bryant, Hardy Briant. Stono Ferry (SC), Guilford Court House.
Bryan, Jesse Craven County Regiment 1780 1781 Was a Lieutenant. 1780, a Captain under Col. John Tilman. 1781, a Captain under Col. James Read (NC Light Horse Regiment). Sent to Ramsey's Mill with a handful of men, while the remainder went on to SC under Lt. Williamson and were at the battle of Hobkirk's Hill (SC).
Bryan, John Johnston County Regiment 1780 1781 1780-1781, a Captain of Rangers under Col. John Smith. 1780, also served under Col. John Whitaker (Halifax County Regiment). Brother of Captain Asa Bryan and Private/Sergeant William Bryan. Born 1753. aka John Bryant.
Bryan, John Council New Bern District Minutemen 1775 1781 9/9/1775, a Captain under Col. Richard Caswell. 1779-1781, a Captain over the Guards at New Bern Jail under Col. John Tilman. aka Coucil Bryant. Moore's Creek Bridge.
Bryan, Nathaniel Craven County Regiment 1776 2/27/1776, a known Captain under Maj. John Bryan. Very likely the same man who was a Colonel in the Jones County Regiment during 1779. Moore's Creek Bridge.
Bryant, Cato Wake County Regiment 1780 1780, a Captain under Col. John Hinton, Jr. Sep. 1780, also a Captain under Col. William Moore (Caswell County Regiment); went to Charlotte then Salisbury then home. At some time, also under Col. John Collier (Randolph County Regiment).
Bryant, John Martin County Regiment 1780 1781 1780-1781, a Captain under Col. Whitmell Hill. aka John Bryan. Guilford Court House.
Bryant, John Randoph County Regiment 1779 1782 1779-1781, a Captain under Col. John Collier. 1782, a Captain under Col. Andrew Balfour. Killed at his home by Loyalists on 3/11/1782. Balfour's Plantation.
Bryant, Joseph Dobbs County Regiment 1780 1780, a Captain under Col. James Glasgow.
Bryant, Needham Johnston County Regiment 1780 1780, a Captain under Col. John Smith.
Bryant, Samuel Rowan County Regiment 1780 1781 1780-1781, a Captain under Col. Francis Locke. Some assert he was a Major all this time.
Bryant, William Johnston County Regiment 1776 1781 1776, a Captain under Col. Needham Bryan. 1780-1781, a Captain under Col. John Smith. Moore's Creek Bridge.
Bryson, Daniel Rowan County Regiment 1778 1781 Was a Private. 1778-1781, a Captain of a Rifle Company under Col. Francis Locke. Ramseur's Mill, Cowpens (SC), Cowan's Ford, Guilford Court House, Hobkirk's Hill (SC), Siege of Ninety-Six 1781 (SC).
Buchanan, Robert Washington District Regiment 1776 1779 1776-1779, a Captain under Col. John Carter. Dec. 1777, this unit was renamed the Washington County Regiment.  Island Flats (TN), Cherokee Expedition 1776 (TN), French Broad River, Chickamauga Towns (TN).
Buchanan, William Washington District Regiment 1776 1776, a Captain under Maj. Evan Shelby, Sr. May have only served in a VA unit. aka John William Buchanan. Island Flats (TN).
Buck, William Pitt County Regiment 1780 1780, a Captain under Col. John Simpson.
Budd, Samuel 2nd NC Regiment 1781 1783 Was a Lieutenant.  Also a POW at the battle of Eutaw Springs, SC on 9/8/1781 - exchanged on 11/26/1782.  Retired 1/1/1783.  R20171. Eutaw Springs (SC).
Buff, ? Guilford County Regiment 1781 1781, a Captain under Col. John Peasley. Guilford Court House.
Buie, Daniel Cumberland County Regiment 1781 1781 1781, a Captain under Col. James Emmett. POW on 3/27/1781 at the skirmish at Barbeque Church; eventually exchanged, but died on the way to Jamestown, VA. Barbeque Church.
Buford, William NC Light Dragoons 1781 1783 Was a Lieutenant.  1781, a Captain under Col. Francois DeMalmedy. Wounded at the battle of Eutaw Springs, SC on 9/8/1781. Eutaw Springs (SC).
Bullard, Joseph Washington County Regiment 1779 1782 1779-1782, a Captain under Col. John Sevier. 1782, a Major.
Bullin, John Rowan County Regiment 1780 1780, a Captain under Col. Francis Locke. aka John Bullen, John Bulland.
Bullock, Casey Granville County Regiment 1780 1780, a Captain under Col. Joseph Taylor. aka Casey Bulk.
Bullock, Charles Bladen County Regiment 1777 1777, a Captain under Lt. Col. Thomas Brown and Col. Thomas Robeson, Jr.
Bullock, Micajah Granville County Regiment 1776 1780 1776-1778, a Captain under Col. Joseph Taylor. 1778-1780, a Captain under Lt. Col. Israel Folsome (Caswell County Regiment). aka Micajah C. Bulloch. Moore's Creek Bridge.
Bumgardner, ? NC State Legion 1781 1781 1781, a Captain under Col. Robert Smith and in the Wilmington Expedition. Either from Mecklenburg or Rowan County. Brick House.
Bunch, John Washington County Regiment 1782 1782, a Captain under Col. John Sevier.
Burk, Thomas Washington County Regiment 1780 1780, a Captain under Col. John Sevier.
Burke, William Sullivan County Regiment 1782 1782, a Captain under Col. Isaac Shelby.
Burnett, ? Washington County Regiment 1780 1780, a Captain under Col. John Sevier. Blackstocks (SC) (?).
Burnett, Boyen Warren County Regiment 1781 Was an Ensign. 1781, a Captain under Col. Herbert Haynes. Also served under Col. Benjamin Seawell (Franklin County Regiment). 
Burney, William Pitt County Regiment 1775 7/21/1775, a known Captain of Militia.  Also in 1779 under Col. John Simpson.
Burns, Henry Northampton County Regiment 1778 1780 1778-1780, a Captain under Col. William Eaton.
Burns, Peter Mecklenburg County Regiment 1780 1781 Was a Lieutenant. 1780, a Captain under Col. Francis Locke (Rowan County Regiment). Sep. 1780, a Captain under Col. William Richardson Davie (NC State Cavalry-Western District). April 1781, a Captain in SC unit. Wahab's Plantation (SC).
Burton, Robert Caswell County Regiment 1781 1781, a Captain under Col. William Moore. Guarded the NC General Assembly.
Bush, ? Granville County Regiment 1778 1778, a Captain under Col. Joseph Taylor.
Bush, ? Guilford County Regiment 1781 1781, a Captain under Col. John Peasley. Guarded the NC General Assembly at Salem that Fall.
Buster, John Guilford County Regiment 1776 1779 2/27/1776, a known Captain under Lt. Col. James Martin. 1776-1779, a Captain under Col. James Martin. One man calls him James Buster. Moore's Creek Bridge, Cherokee Expedition 1776.
Butler, Isaac Washington County Regiment 1781 1782 1781-1782, a Captain under Lt. Col. Joseph Martin and Col. John Sevier. Killed at the battle of Lookout Mountain (TN) on 9/20/1782. Cherokee Expedition 1782, Lookout Mountain (TN).
Butler, James Duplin County Regiment 1781 1781, a Captain under Col. James Kenan.
Byars, Kedar Wake County Regiment 1781 1781, a Captain under Col. John Hinton, Jr. aka Kedar Bryan.
Byars, Joseph Rowan County Regiment 1781 Was a Lieutenant. 1781, a Captain under Maj. George Davidson and Lt. Col. Hugh Brevard. aka Joseph Byers.
Byers, James Mecklenburg County Regiment 1780 1781 1780, a Captain under Col. William Lee Davidson. Sep. 1780, a Captain under Col. William Richardson Davie (NC State Cavalry-Western District). 1780, also under Col. Caleb Phifer. 1781, a Captain under Col. Joseph Dickson (Lincoln County Regiment). Colson's Mill, Charlotte, Rugeley's Mill #2, Haw River.
Bynum, Turner Northampton County Regiment 1781 4/7/1781, a known Captain of Militia under Col. Jeptha Eatherton.
Cade, Drew Wake County Regiment 1778 1778, a Captain under Col. John Hinton, Sr. aka Drury Cade.
Cade, John Bladen County Regiment 1777 1781 1777-1781, a Captain under Maj./Lt. Col. James Richardson and Col. Thomas Brown. Guilford Court House.
Cage, William Chatham County Regiment 1778 1781 1778-1780, a Captain of Light Horse under Col. Ambrose Ramsey. 1780, attached to Col. Hugh Tinnen (Orange County Regiment). POW at the Fall of Charleston, SC, paroled. 1781, a Captain under Col. John Luttrell. 7/23/1781, a Major. Siege of Charleston (SC).
Cain, ? 2nd Rowan County Regiment 1776 1776, a Captain under Lt. Col. Charles McDowell.
Cain, Samuel Bladen County Regiment 1776 Was a Lieutenant. 1776, a Captain under Col. Thomas Robeson, Jr.
Caldwell, David 1st Rowan County Regiment 1775 1781 11/11/1775, nominated for Captain by the Rowan County Committee of Safety under Col. Griffith Rutherford.  11/25/1776, a Captain in the new 2nd Battalion of Volunteers under Lt. Col. John Peasley and Col. Francis Locke. Unit disbanded on 4/10/1777. 1777-1779, a Captain under Col. Francis Locke (Rowan County Regiment). 1779, a Captain under Col. Andrew Hampton (Rutherford County Regiment). 1780, a Captain under Col. Francis Locke. 1780, at the battle of Ramseur's Mill under Lt. Col. Frederick Hambright (Lincoln County Regiment). 1781, at the battle of Guilford Court House under Col. William Moore (Caswell County Regiment). A Lt. Colonel in 1781. Cherokee Expedition 1776, Briar Creek (GA), Ramseur's Mill, Colson's Mill, Cowan's Ford, Tarrant's Tavern, Guilford Court House.
Caldwell, John Orange County Regiment 1781 1781, a Captain under Col. William O'Neal.
Caldwell, Samuel Lincoln County Regiment 1780 1780, a Captain under Lt. Col. Frederick Hambright. From Lincoln County. Kings Mountain (SC).
Caldwell, Thomas Sullivan County Regiment 1780 1780, a Captain under Col. Isaac Shelby. Kings Mountain (SC).
Caldwell, William Lincoln County Regiment 1780 1780, a Captain under Col. William Grham. At the battle of Ramseur's Mill attached to Maj. Joseph McDowell (Burke County Regiment). Ramseur's Mill.
Callahan, Edward Rutherford County Regiment 1780 1780, a Captain under Col. Andrew Hampton. Possibly from Washington County.
Callahan, Joel Washington County Regiment 1780 1782 1780-1782, a Captain under Col. John Sevier. Kings Mountain (SC).
Callendar, Thomas 1st NC Regiment 1780 1780 Was a Lieutenant.  A Captain-Lieutenant under Col. Thomas Clark in 1780.  Promoted to full Captain on 5/12/1780 (one source says 8/8/1780).  POW at the Fall of Charleston, exchanged 6/14/1781.  Retired 1/1/1783.  From Wilmington, NC.  aka Thomas Calendar. Siege of Charleston 1780 (SC).
Callendar, Thomas Brunswick County Regiment 1776 1780 1776, a Captain of Light Horse under Col. John Davis. 1780, attached to Col. Thomas Brown (Bladen County Regiment) during the Camden, SC expedition. Moore's Creek Bridge, Camden (SC).
Camp, Jonathan 2nd Rowan County Regiment 1776 1781 1776-1777, a Captain under Col. Christopher Beekman. 1777, in Burke County. 1777-1781, a Captain under Col. Charles McDowell. aka Jonathan Kemp, Johnson Camp. Earle's Ford (SC), Kings Mountain (SC).
Campbell, Archibald Guilford County Regiment 1777 1780 1777, a Captain under Col. James Martin. 1779-1780, attached to Lt. Col. Frederick Hambright (Lincoln County Regiment). Siege of Charleston (SC).
Campbell, Arthur Surry County Regiment 1779 1779, a Captain under Col. Martin Armstrong.
Campbell, Dougall Dobbs County Regiment 1780 1780, a Captain under Col. James Glasgow. Had men making cartridges at Kingston after Gates's Defeat. May have also been a Commissary.
Campbell,  James 1st NC Regiment 1778 1781 Was an Ensign, a Lieutenant, and a QM.  12/14/1778, a Captain  under Col. Thomas Clark.  Jan. 1779, transferred to 5th NC Regiment.  Wounded and taken prisoner at Stono Ferry, SC, exchanged 6/14/1781.  Apparently retired soon thereafter. Stono Ferry (SC).
Campbell, James Cumberland County Regiment 1782 1782, a Captain under Col. Robert Rowan.
Campbell, John 4th NC Regiment 1779 1783 Was a Lieutenant in 10th NC Regiment.  A Captain under Col. James Armstrong.  However, the 4/24/1782 roll claims he was still a Lieutenant. Retired 1/1/1783. Stono Ferry (SC), Siege of Savannah (GA).
Campbell, John New Hanover County Regiment 1778 1/10/1778, a known Captain under Col. Anthony Ward.
Campbell, John Washington District Regiment 1776 1777 1776-1777, a Captain under Col. Evan Shelby, Sr. Island Flats (TN).
Campbell, Levi Chatham County Regiment 1781 1781, a Captain under Col. John Luttrell.
Campbell, Patrick Washington County Regiment 1781 Was a Lieutenant. 1781, a Captain under Lt. Col. Joseph Martin and Col. John Sevier.
Campbell, William Washington County Regiment 1778 1778, a Captain under Col. John Carter.
Camplin, Jacob Surry County Regiment 1779 1781 1779-1781, a Captain under Col. Martin Armstrong. 1779, at the battle of Stono Ferry, SC under Col. Charles McDowell (Burke County Regiment). 1780, wounded at the Fall of Charleston, SC, while attached to Col. Andrew Hampton (Rutherford County Regiment).  aka Jacob Champlin, Jacob Camperlin, Jacob Campin. Stono Ferry (SC), Siege of Charleston (SC).
Cannon, Henry 1st Battalion of Militia 1776 1779 Was a Lieutenant. 6/11/1776, a Captain under Col. Thomas Brown.  7/31/1776, had 61 men.  Unit disbanded on 8/13/1776. 1778-1779, a Captain under Col. William Caswell (Dobbs County Regiment). 1779, a Captain under Col. John Tilman. From Craven County.
Cannon, Lewis Pitt County Regiment 1781 1781, a Captain under Col. John Simpson.
Cannon, Nathaniel Pitt County Regiment 1778 1779 Was a Lieutenant. 1778-1779, a Captain under Col. William Caswell (Dobbs County Regiment). Deserted on the way to Purrysburg, SC - the rest of his unit continued on and were in the battle of Briar Creek, GA.
Carmack, John Washington County Regiment 1779 1779 Was a Commissary. 1779, a Captain under Col. John Sevier. His unit was assigned to guard the Surveyors of the NC/VA State Line for three months.
Carmichael, ? Bladen County Regiment 1776 1776, a Captain under Col. Thomas Robeson, Jr.
Carnega, Jacob Duplin County Regiment 1779 1781 1779-1781, a Captain under Col. James Kenan. Heron's Bridge, Rockfish Creek.
Carnes, John Sullivan County Regiment 1781 Was a Lieutenant. 1781, a Captain under Col. Isaac Shelby. Moncks Corner #4 (SC).
Carnes, Thomas J. NC Artillery 1777 1779 1/1/1777, a Capt.-Lt. under Capt. Thomas Clark.  Resigned 3/8/1779.
Carpenter, Peter Tryon County Regiment 1776 1778 1776-1778, a Captain under Col. William Graham. Cherokee Expedition 1776.
Carpenter, Solomon Edgecombe County Regiment 1777 1777, a Captain under Col. Benjamin Exum.
Carr, James Rowan County Regiment 1780 Was a Lieutenant. 1780, a Captain under Col. Francis Locke. Ramseur's Mill.
Carrington, James Orange County Regiment 1777 1780 1777, a Captain under Col. Alexander Mebane. 1779, at the battle of Stono Ferry, SC under Col. Francois DeMalmedy (NC Light Dragoons). 1780, POW at the Fall of Charleston, SC, while serving under Lt. Col. Archibald Lytle (a Continental officer). Some pensioners claim his first name was John. His brother, George, asserts he was James Carrington. Stono Ferry (SC), Siege of Charleston (SC).
Carrington, Quince Wake County Regiment 1779 1779, a Captain under Col. John Hinton, Jr.
Carroll, John Cumberland County Regiment 1776 1779 2/27/1776, a known Captain attached to support Lt. Col. James Martin (Guilford County Regiment). 1779, a Captain under Col. Philip Alston. aka John Carrall. Moore's Creek Bridge, Briar Creek (GA).
Carroway, Borden Duplin County Regiment 1781 1781, a Captain under Col. James Kenan.
Carruth, John Tryon County Regiment 1776 1781 1776, a Captain under Col. Charles McLean. 1779, in Lincoln County.  2/12/1779, a Captain of Light Horse under Col. Benjamin Cleveland (Wilkes County Regiment).  Aug. 1781, a Captain under Col. Robert Smith (NC State Legion) and in the Wilmington Expedition. 10/16/1781, a Major. aka John Caruthers. Ramseur's Mill, Haw River, Guilford Court House.
Carruth, Moses Wilkes County Regiment 1779 2/12/1779, a Captain of Light Horse under Col. Benjamin Cleveland.
Carson, Andrew Rowan County Regiment 1780 Was a Private.  1780, a Captain under Col./Brig. Gen. (Pro Tempore) William Lee Davidson. Shallow Ford.
Carson, John Burke County Regiment 1781 1781, a Captain under Lt. Col. Joseph McDowell.
Carson, Robert Washington County Regiment 1781 1781, a Captain under Col. John Sevier.
Carson, Thomas Rowan County Regiment 1777 1781 1777-1781, a Captain under Col. Francis Locke., At some time, taken prisoner to Camden, SC, then paroled.
Carter, Benjamin 8th NC Regiment 1778 1782 Was a Lieutenant.  3/10/1778, a Captain under Col. James Armstrong.  6/1/1778, transferred to the 4th NC Regiment.  Mid-1781, a Captain under Maj. Reading Blount (2nd NC Regiment).  Resigned sometime during 1782.  S46541. Stono Ferry (SC), Eutaw Springs (SC).
Carter, Isaac Hertford County Regiment 1780 1780 1780, a Captain under Col. Matthias Brickell, Jr.  At Charleston, SC erecting breastworks, etc., discharged before the town surrendered. From Many's Neck. Siege of Charleston 1780 (SC). 
Carter, James Hertford County Regiment 1781 1781, a Captain under Col. George Wynns.
Carter, Landon Washington County Regiment 1780 1781 1780-1781, a Captain under Col. John Sevier. 1781, a Captain attached to Col. Arthur Campbell (VA), then attached to Col. Isaac Shelby (Sullivan County Regiment). 4Q 1781, a Major. Born on 1/29/1760 in VA. aka Langdon Carter. Boyd's Creek (TN), Moncks Corner #4 (SC).
Carter, Solomon Franklin County Regiment 1779 1780 1779-1780, a Captain under Lt. Col. William Brickell and Col. Benjamin Seawell.
Carver, James Burke County Regiment 1775 1775, a Captain under Col. William Person.
Case, Joshua Surry County Regiment 1778 1781 1778-1781, a Captain under Col. Martin Armstrong. Chestnut Mountain.
Casey, Joseph Washington County Regiment 1782 1782, a Captain under Col. John Sevier. Lookout Mountain (TN).
Cashenbury, John Chatham County Regiment 1781 1781, a Captain attached to Lt. Col. Robert Mebane (a Continental officer).
Casper, Henry Northampton County Regiment 1781 1781, a Captain under Col. Jeptha Eatherton.
Caswell, Benjamin NC State Regiment 1779 1779 1779, a Captain under Col. John Herritage.  Resigned 7/3/1779.
Caswell, Richard Jr. Dobbs County Regiment 1778 1779 Was an Ensign and a Lieutenant. 1778-1779, a Captain under Col. James Glasgow. Oct. '79, a Lt. Colonel. 1Q '81, a full Colonel.
Caswell, Samuel Dobbs County Regiment 1777 1781 1777, a Captain under Col. James Glasgow. 1779, a Captain under Col. William Caswell. 1779, also a Captain under Col. John Herritage (NC State Regiment). 1780-1781, a Captain under Col. James Glasgow then under Col. James Darnell.
Caswell, Samuel Halifax County Regiment 1779 Was a Lieutenant, promoted to Captain in Jan. 1779-over the Guards at the Halifax Jail.
Caswell, Thomas New Bern District Minutemen 1776 1776, a Captain under Col. Richard Caswell. From Carteret County. Moore's Creek Bridge.
Caswell, William New Bern District Minutemen 1775 1776 9/9/1775, a Captain under Col. Richard Caswell.
Caswell, William 5th NC Regiment 1776 1778 Was an Ensign in the 2nd NC Regiment.  4/17/1776, a Captain under Col. Edward Buncombe.  Feb. 1778, back in NC mostly recruiting new Continentals.  Then, a Colonel and Brigadier General in NC Militia. Brandywine Creek (PA), Germantown (PA).
Cathey, George Burke County Regiment 1780 1783 Was a Private and a Lieutenant. 1780-1782, a Captain under Col. Charles McDowell. 1783, a Captain under Col. Joseph McDowell. Cowpens (SC).
Cathey, James Rowan County Regiment 1780 1781 Was a Lieutenant. 1780-1781, a Captain under Col. Francis Locke.
Cathey, William Burke County Regiment 1777 1777, a Captain under Col. Charles McDowell. Built and served at Cathey's Fort.
Cavett, Moses Sullivan County Regiment 1780 1783 1780-1783, a Captain under Col. Isaac Shelby. 1783, a Major. aka Moses Cavitt. Kings Mountain (SC), Moncks Corner #4 (SC).
Chambers, Moses Richmond County Regiment 1779 1780 1779-1780, a Captain under Col. Charles Medlock.
Chambers, William Wake County Regiment 1780 1780 1780, a Captain under Lt. Col. Thomas Wooten and Col. John Hinton, Jr. Aug. 1780, attached to Col. John Collier (Randolph County Regiment) during the Camden, SC expedition. aka William Chamless, William Chambliss, William Chalmers. Little Lynches Creek (SC), Camden (SC).
Champlin, "Unknown" A Captain of Militia. Stono Ferry (SC).
Chandler, John Wilkes County Regiment 1780 1781 1780-1781, a Captain under Col. Benjamin Cleveland. Hanging Rock (SC), Shallow Ford, Haw River.
Chapman, Deberry Chatham County Regiment 1779 1779, a Captain under Col. Ambrose Ramsey.
Chapman, Joseph Guilford County Regiment 1776 1776 1776, a Captain under Lt. Col. John Peasley and Col. James Martin. Then, a Private. Cherokee Expedition 1776.
Chapman, Ralph Guilford County Regiment 1778 1779 1778-1779, a Captain attached to Lt. Col. Archibald Lytle (a Continental officer) in the Purrysburg, SC expedition. No known battles or skirmishes.
Chapman, Samuel 4th NC Regiment 1779 1782 Was a Lieutenant in 8th NC Regiment.  4/5/1779, a Captain under Col. James Armstrong.  1781, mostly in NC recruiting.  From Carteret County.  Resigned 11/2/1782. Stono Ferry (SC), Siege of Savannah (GA).
Cherry, Solomon Bertie County Regiment 1779 1780 1779-1780, a Captain under Col. Thomas Pugh.
Child, Francis 6th NC Regiment 1777 1780 Was a Lieutenant.   A Captain 1/26/1777.   Transferred to 3rd NC Regiment on 6/1/1778.  POW at the Fall of Charleston.  Jan. 1781, accepted 1/2 pay to retire.  Some sources assert he was a Captain in the 1st NC Regiment late 1777/early 1778 - no proof seen. Monmouth (NJ), Siege of Charleston 1780 (SC).
Childs, ? Washington County Regiment 1780 1780, a Captain under Col. John Sevier. aka ? Chiles.
Childs, John Richmond County Regiment 1780 1780, a Captain under Col. Charles Medlock.
Childs, Thomas Anson County Regiment 1776 1781 1776, a Captain under Col. Thomas Wade. 1779, in Montgomery County Regiment under Col. William Lofton. Wounded at the battle of Moncks Corner while serving under Maj. James Brandon (Rowan County Regiment). At the battle of Colson's Mill under Lt. Col. Drury Ledbetter. 1781, promoted to Lt. Colonel. Moncks Corner #1 (SC), Colson's Mill.
Chinn, Joseph Mecklenburg County Regiment 1779 1781 1779, a Captain under Col. George Alexander. 1781, a Captain under Col. Caleb Phifer. Fall of 1781, a Captain under Col. Robert Smith (NC State Legion), and in the Wilmington Expedition. aka Joseph Shinn.
Chisholm, Elijah Sullivan County Regiment 1782 1782, a Captain under Col. Isaac Shelby.
Christian, Gilbert Washington County Regiment 1776 First in VA unit. Dec. 1776 to 1779, a Captain under Col. Evan Shelby, Sr. 1780, a Captain attached to Col. Isaac Shelby (Sullivan County Regiment). Later under Col. Evan Shelby, Sr. again. aka Gilbert Christie, Gilbert Christy. Cherokee Expedition 1776, French Broad River, Chickamauga Towns (TN), Kings Mountain (SC).
Christmas, Charles Chatham County Regiment 1780 1780, a Captain under Col. Ambrose Ramsey.
Christmas, John Warren County Regiment 1781 1781, a Captain under Col. Herbert Haynes. Guilford Court House.
Christmas, Nathaniel Orange County Regiment 1780 1782 Was a Lieutenant. 1780, a Captain under Col. William O'Neal and Col. Hugh Tinnen.  POW at the Fall of Charleston, SC, paroled. 1781, a Captain under Lt. Col. Robert Mebane (a Continental officer). Taken prisoner, exchanged 6/7/1782. Siege of Charleston (SC), Guilford Court House, Lindley's Mill, Brush Creek.
Christmas, Richard Orange County Regiment 1780 1782 Was a Private. 1780, a Captain under Col. Hugh Tinnen. POW at the Fall of Charleston, SC, paroled. 1781, rejoined as a Private breaking his parole. His new Captain was wounded, so he was elected Captain again. Captured by Loyalists at Hillsborough on 9/12/1781, taken to Wilmington, then to Charleston - exchanged 11 months later. Siege of Charleston (SC), Hillsborough.
Christmas, Thomas Warren County Regiment 1780 1781 1780-1781, a Captain under Col. Herbert Haynes. Guilford Court House, Hobkirk's Hill (SC).
Christmas, William Warren County Regiment 1779 1781 1779-1780, a Captain of Independent Rifles under Col. Thomas Eaton. Also attached to Col. James Armstrong (a Continental officer). 1781, a Captain attached to Col. Francois DeMalmedy (NC Light Dragoons). Sick during the battle of Guilford Court House, but his men were there under Capt. John White. Stono Ferry (SC).
Chronicle, William Tryon County Regiment 1775 1780 1775-1780, a Captain under Col. William Graham. 1779, in Lincoln County. 1780, a Major. Great Cane Brake (SC), Snow Campaign (SC).
Clanton, Edward Warren County Regiment 1779 1780 1779, a Captain under Col. Herbert Haynes. 1780, a Captain attached to Col. Benjamin Seawell (Franklin County Regiment). aka Edward Clauter. Briar Creek (GA).
Clapp, Jacob Guilford County Regiment 1780 1781 Was a Lieutenant. 1780-1781, a Captain under Col. John Peasley. Guilford Court House.
Clark, ? Guilford County Regiment 1777 1777, a Captain under Col. James Martin.
Clark, Alexander Hillsborough District Minutemen 1775 1781 9/9/1775, a Captain under Col. James Thackston. August 1778, a Captain under Col. Ambrose Ramey. 1780-1781, a Captain under Lt. Col./Col. John Luttrell. Some claim he was killed at he battle of Brown Marsh in September of 1781, and Lt. Thomas Hinsley took over the company at that time. If so, then he was not at the last three battles shown on the right. Moore's Creek Bridge, Lindley's Mill, Raft Swamp, Brick House, Seven Creeks.
Clark, Benjamin Washington County Regiment 1780 1783 Was a Lieutenant. 1780-1783, a Captain of Infantry under Col. Evan Shelby, Sr. Brother to Capt. Henry Clark. Kings Mountain (SC).
Clark, Henry Washington County Regiment 1778 1780 1778-1779, a Captain under Col. John Carter. 1779-1780, a Captain under Col. Evan Shelby, Sr. Several sources claim he made it to Major, probably in Sullivan County. Chickamauga Towns (TN).
Clark, John NC State Cavalry-Western District 1780 1781 Sep. 1780, a Captain under Col. William Richardson Davie. Wounded at the battle of Charlotte.  1781, a Captain under Col. Joseph Dickson. From Lincoln County. Charlotte, Polk's Mill.
Clark, John Washington County Regiment 1781 1782 Was a Private and a Lieutenant. 1781, a Captain under Col. John Sevier.
Clark, Joseph Randoph County Regiment 1779 1782 1779-1782, a Captain under Col. John Collier. Forks of the Yadkin, Randolph County Courthouse.
Clark, Maurice Rowan County Regiment 1780 1780, a Captain under Col. Francis Locke. Also served under Col. Charles McDowell (Burke County Regiment). aka Morris Clark.
Clark, Micajah Surry County Regiment 1777 1783 Was a Private. 1777-1783, a Captain under Col. Martin Armstrong. He considered his company to be "Minutemen." 
Clark, Mordecai Burke County Regiment 1779 1781 1779-1780, a Captain under Lt. Col. Hugh Brevard. At the battle of Kings Mountain, SC under SC Col. James Williams. 1781, a Captain under Col. Francois DeMalmedy (NC Light Dragoons). Ramseur's Mill, Kings Mountain (SC), Cowpens (SC), Eutaw Springs (SC).
Clark, Thomas NC Artillery 1777 1779 1/1/1777, a Captain of Artillery, State Troops.  7/10/1777, this unit was placed on the Continental Line, not attached to any regiment. A known Captain of Artillery on 9/9/1778.  Unit disbanded June 1779. From Hyde County, NC.
Clark, Thomas Guilford County Regiment 1779 1779 1779, a Captain under Lt Col. John Peasley just before the battle of Briar Creek, GA. Not sure if he participated in that battle. One source claims he was under Lt. Col. Archibald Lytle (a Continental officer) and was definitely in the battle of Briar Creek, GA.
Clark, William Randolph County Regiment 1779 1781 1779-1781, a Captain under Col. John Collier. At some time also served under Col. Charles McDowell (Burke County Regiment). 1781, a Captain under Col. Francois DeMalmedy (NC Light Dragoons).  Eutaw Springs (SC).
Clark, William Washington District Regiment 1776 1776, a Captain under Col. John Carter.
Clarke, Sterling Warren County Regiment 1780 1781 1780, a Captain under Col. Thomas Eaton. Fall of 1780, attached to Lt. Col. William Brickell (Franklin County Regiment). 1781, at the battle of Cowpens, SC under Maj. Charles Davis. Charlotte, Cowpens (SC).
Clayton, ? New Hanover County Regiment 1780 1780, a Captain under Col. Henry Young.
Clendenan, John Orange County Regiment 1781 1782 Was an Ensign, Lieutenant, and a QM in the 3rd NC Regiment.  1781, at the battle of Guilford Court House under Lt. Col. Archibald Lytle (a Continental officer). At the battle of Eutaw Springs (SC) under Lt. Col. Thomas Farmer.  Hillsborough (POW, exchanged on 11/26/1782) under Lt. Col. Abisha Thomas.  aka John Clendining.   Guilford Court House, Eutaw Springs (SC), Hillsborough.
Cleveland, Absalom Wilkes County Regiment 1779 1781 1779-1781, a Captain under Col. Benjamin Cleveland.
Cleveland, Benjamin Surry County Regiment 1776 1777 Was a Lieutenant. 1776, a Captain under Col. Martin Armstrong.  11/25/1776, a Captain in the newly-created 2nd Battalion of Volunteers under Col. Francis Locke.  Unit disbanded on 4/10/1777. From Surry County, later to be Wilkes County.  Dec. 1777, a Colonel/Commandant in Wilkes County. Cherokee Expedition 1776.
Cleveland, John Surry County Regiment 1776 1781 1776-1777, a Captain under Col. Martin Armstrong. 1777-1779, a Captain of Infantry under Col. Benjamin Cleveland. 1779, attached to Col. John Sevier (Washington County Regiment). 1780-1781, a Captain of Light Horse under Col. Elijah Isaacs and Col. Benjamin Cleveland. 7/14/1781, a Captain of Infantry in the NC State Regiment. Sep. 1781, attached to Col. Francois DeMalmedy (NC Light Dragoons Regiment) at the battle of Eutaw Springs, SC. Also served under Col. Robert Smith in the NC State Legion during late 1781. Chickamauga Towns (TN), Fishing Creek (SC), Kings Mountain (SC), Eutaw Springs (SC).
Cleveland, Larkin Wilkes County Regiment 1778 1781 1778-1781, a Captain under Col. Benjamin Cleveland. Thigh broken in a skirmish with Loyalists during June of 1779.
Cleveland, Robert Surry County Regiment 1776 1781 1776, a Captain under Col. Martin Armstrong.  1777, in Wilkes County.  1777-1781, a Captain under Col. Benjamin Cleveland (his brother). Born on 1/5/1744 in VA. Kings Mountain (SC), Cowpens (SC), Big Glades.
Cleveland, William Wilkes County Regiment 1780 1780, a Captain under Col. Benjamin Cleveland.
Clifton, Nathan Montgomery County Regiment 1779 1780 1779-1780, a Captain under Col. John Little. POW at the Fall of Charleston, SC, while attached to Col. Andrew Hampton (Rutherford County Regiment).  Siege of Charleston (SC).
Clifton, Salathiel Anson County Regiment 1780 1780 1780, a Captain under Col. Hicks. Camden (SC).
Clinch, Edward Edgecombe County Regiment 1778 1779 1778-1779, a Captain under Maj. Joseph J. Clinch and Col. Thomas Eaton (Bute County Regiment). aka Ned Clinch. Briar Creek (GA).
Clinton, Exum Warren County Regiment 1780 1780, a Captain attached to Col. Benjamin Seawell (Franklin County Regiment).
Clinton, Richard Duplin County Regiment 1775 1776 1775-1776, a Captain under Col. James Kenan. Moore's Creek Bridge.
Clinton, Robert Duplin County Regiment A Captain under Col. James Kenan, dates unknown.
Cloud, Joseph Surry County Regiment 1781 1781 First in VA units. 1779-1781, a Captain under Maj. Joseph Winston and Col. Martin Armstrong. Born on 6/10/1742 in VA. aka Joseph Cloyd. Kings Mountain (SC), Shallow Ford, Cowpens (SC), Chestnut Mountain, Whitesell's Mill, Guilford Court House.
Cloud, William Surry County Regiment 1781 1781, a Captain under Col. Martin Armstrong.
Cobb, Abiel Surry County Regiment 1776 2/27/1776, a known Captain under Lt. Col. Joseph Williams. Moore's Creek Bridge.
Cobb, Boyle Washington District Regiment 1776 1776, a Captain under Col. William Christian (VA). May have only served in VA units. Cherokee Expedition 1776, French Broad River. 
Cobb, Henry Caswell County Regiment 1782 1782, a Captain under Col. William Moore.
Cobb, Jesse Dobbs County Regiment 1775 1781 2/27/1776, a known Captain under Col. Abraham Sheppard. 1777, a Captain under Col. James Glasgow, guarding the Public Magazine at Kingston. Also in 1781 under Col. James Darnell. Moore's Creek Bridge.
Cobb, Obadiah Surry County Regiment 1776 1780 1776-1780, a Captain under Col. Joseph Williams. Cherokee Expedition 1776, French Broad River. 
Cobb, Stephen Dobbs County Regiment 1779 7/5/1779, a known Captain under Col. James Glasgow.
Coble, ? Orange County Regiment 1780 1780, a Captain under Col. William O'Neal.
Cockburn, George Martin County Regiment 1781 1782 1781-1782, a Captain under Col. Whitmell Hill.
Cocke, William Washington District Regiment 1776 1780 First in VA units. 1776-1779, a Captain under Col. Evan Shelby, Sr, mostly at Eaton's Station. 1779, in Sullivan County. 1779-1780, a Captain under Col. Isaac Shelby. Fall of 1780, a Major. 1781, a Lt. Colonel. Island Flats (TN), Cherokee Expedition 1776, French Broad River, Thicketty Fort (SC).
Coffee, Joshua Mounted Volunteers 1780 1781 Aug. 1780, a Captain of Light Horse under Col. Philip Taylor. Fall of 1780, attached to Col. William Richardson Davie (NC State Cavalry-Western District). 1781, a Captain under Col. Philip Taylor (Granville County Regiment).
Coffield, Gresham 2nd Battalion of Militia 1776 1781 6/11/1776, a Captain under Col. Peter Dauge.  7/31/1776, had 59 men. Unit disbanded 8/13/1776. 11/25/1776, a Captain in the new 1st Battalion of Volunteers under Col. Abraham Sheppard. Unit disbanded on 4/10/1777.  In 1781, a Captain under Col. Joseph J. Clinch (Edgecombe County Regiment) and Col. James Read (NC Light Horse Regiment). From Edgecombe County. Some claim he was from Halifax County. aka Gresham Cofuts, Grissom Cofield, Griscom Cofield, Gripin Cofield.
Cogdell, David Cumberland County Regiment A Captain in the Cumberland County Regiment, dates unknown. aka David Cogdill, David Cogdale.
Cokely, John Bute County Regiment 1778 1782 1778-1782, a Captain under Col. Thomas Eaton. 1779, in Warren County. Fall of 1781, in the Wilmington Expedition. Briar Creek (GA), Stono Ferry (SC), Ft. Motte (SC), Siege of Augusta (GA).
Colbert, John Surry County Regiment 1778 1781 1778-1781, a Captain of Light Horse under Col. Martin Armstrong. 1781, at the battle of Guilford Court House under Lt. Col. Robert Lanier. Guilford Court House.
Colclough, John Bute County Regiment 1778 1781 1778-1779, a Captain under Col. Thomas Eaton. 1779, in Warren County. 1779-1781, a Captain under Col. Herbert Haynes. Probably the same man as John Cokely above. aka John Colelough. Briar Creek (GA).
Cole, Abram Gates County Regiment 1779 1781 1779-1781, a Captain under Col. Kadar Reddick. 1781, also under Lt. Col. Scusebrook Wells.
Cole, Francis Richmond County Regiment 1780 1780, a Captain under Col. Charles Medlock.
Cole, Josiah Caswell County Regiment 1780 1781 1780-1781, a Captain under Col. William Moore. aka Josiah Coles. Guilford Court House, Livingston's Creek, Brown Marsh.
Cole, Stephen Richmond County Regiment 1779 1782 Was a Private. 1779-1781, a Captain of Light Horse under Col. Charles Medlock. 1779, also served under Col. Thomas Wade (Anson County Regiment). 1781, a Captain under Lt. Col. Edward Williams and Col. Thomas Crawford. Also served in 1782. Beatti's Bridge.
Cole, William Randoph County Regiment 1780 1781 1780-1781, a Captain of Light Horse under Col. John Collier. 1780, also served under Col. Thomas Wade (Anson County Regiment). 1781, at Cowan's Ford under Lt. Col. William Polk (Mecklenburg County Regiment). Cowan's Ford, Cole's Bridge #2, Cox's Mill #1.
Coleman, Benjamin Andrew 5th NC Regiment 1777 1783 Was a Lieutenant. 4/30/1777, a Captain in the 5th NC Regiment.  Transferred to NC 2nd Regiment on 6/1/1778.  POW at the Fall of Charleston. 1782, back in 2nd NC Regiment. Brandywine Creek (PA), Germantown (PA), Monmouth (NJ), Siege of Charleston 1780 (SC).
Coleman, John Chowan County Regiment 1781 1781, a Captain under Col. James Blount. Yorktown (VA)(?).
Coleman, John Craven County Regiment 1779 1780 1779-1780, a Captain under Col. John Tilman. Got sick on the way to the battle of Camden, SC - his unit was then led by Capt. Thomas Callendar (Brunswick County Regiment).
Coleman, Spillsby Caswell County Regiment 1779 1781 1779-1781, a Captain under Col. William Moore. Also served under Lt. Col. Archibald Murphy and Lt. Col. Thomas Farmer (Orange County Regiment). 1781, his company was taken over temporarily by Dudley Gatewood when he was very sick. Cowan's Ford, Tarrant's Tavern, Brown Marsh.
Coleman, Thomas Duplin County Regiment 1781 1781 1781, a Captain under Col. James Kenan. At the battle of Eutaw Springs, SC attached to Lt. Col. Archibald Murphy (Caswell County Regiment). Eutaw Springs (SC).
Coleman, Thomas Hertford County Regiment Was a Lieutenant.  A Captain in Militia, dates unknown.  From Many's Neck.
Coles, William Temple Salisbury District Minutemen 1775 1779 9/9/1775, Captain under Col. Thomas Wade. 4/17/1776, a Captain in the 4th NC Regiment. Retired in Dec. 1779. From Rowan County. aka William Temple Cole, aka I. William Cole.  Brandywine Creek (PA), Germantown (PA),  Stono Ferry (SC).
Collier, John Guilford County Regiment 1776 1779 1776-1779, a Captain under Col. James Martin. 2/12/1779, a Captain of Light Horse under Col. Benjamin Cleveland (Wilkes County Regiment). At the battle of Briar Creek, GA under Lt. Col. John Peasley. Originally from Guilford County. 1779, in Randolph County. 1779, a full Colonel over the Randolph County Regiment of Militia. Cherokee Expedition 1776, Briar Creek (GA), Stono Ferry (SC).
Collier, Matthew NC Light Dragoons 1781 1781 1781, a Captain under Lt. Col. Hardy Sanders. Later in 1781, a Captain under Lt. Col. Robert Mebane (a Continental officer). From Wake County. Lindley's Mill.
Collins, Jacob Mecklenburg County Regiment 1780 1781 1780, a Captain attached to Col. Andrew Hampton (Rutherford County Regiment). POW at the Fall of Charleston, SC. 1781, a Captain under Col. Caleb Phifer. Siege of Charleston (SC).
Collins, Joseph Lincoln County Regiment 1780 1780, a Captain under Col. William Graham. 1780, a Captain attached to Col. Andrew Hampton (Rutherford County Regiment). POW at the Fall of Charleston, SC.  Siege of Charleston (SC).
Collins, William Surry County Regiment 1782 1782, a Captain under Col. Joseph Williams.
Colville, Andrew Washington District Regiment 1776 1780 1776-1778, a Captain under Col. Evan Shelby, Sr. At the battle of Kings Mountain, SC under VA Col. William Campbell. Born in 1739 in Frederick County, VA. Cherokee Expedition 1776, French Broad River, Kings Mountain (SC).
Colville, Maturin Bladen County Regiment 1775 1776 1775-1776, a Captain under Col. Thomas Robeson, Jr. Soon after the battle of Moore's Creek Bridge, he was discharged, suspected of being a Loyalist. He was, and soon became a Colonel for the Loyalists. Later captured and killed. His earlier unit was taken over by Capt. James Shipman. Moore's Creek Bridge.
Cone, ? Martin County Regiment 1781 1781, a Captain under Col. Whitmell Hill.
Connelly, Henry Guilford County Regiment 1777 1781 7/7/1777, a Captain of Light Horse under Lt. Col. John Peasley.  1778, a Captain under Maj. Richard Harrison. Sep. 1780, a Captain under Col. William Richardson Davie (NC State Cavalry-Western District). Jan. 1781, a Captain attached to MD Lt. Col. John Eager Howard. Moved to VA. Born on 5/2/1741 in Chester County, PA. Salisbury 1778, Cowpens (SC), Haw Fields, Colson's Mill, Charlotte, Cowpens (SC), Guilford Court House.
Connelly, John 2nd Rowan County Regiment 1776 1781 1776, a Captain of Cavalry under Col. Christopher Beekman. 1777, in Burke County. Late 1780, a Captain under Col. Charles McDowell. Spring of 1781, a Lieutenant. Fall of 1781, back to Captain. aka John Conley, John Conly. Cherokee Expedition 1776.
Conner, Edward Brunswick County Regiment 1780 1780 Was a Private. 1780, a Captain under Lt. Col. Jacob Leonard. Lived in SC when he enlisted. Had earlier been in the 1st NC Regiment and the SC Continental Line. After the Fall of Charleston, SC, he went back to SC and was a Captain of Militia there.
Conner, John Guilford County Regiment 1778 1781 1778-1779, a Captain under Lt. Col. John Peasley. 1781, a Captain under Col. John Peasley. aka John Connell. Stono Ferry (SC).
Cook, James 3rd NC Regiment 1776 1778 Earlier an Ensign in 2nd NC Regiment.  4/17/1776, a Captain under Col. Jethro Sumner.  Retired 6/1/1778.
Cook, James Salisbury District Minutemen 1775 1776 9/9/1775, a Captain under Col. Thomas Wade.
Cook, James Tryon County Regiment 1775 1775, a Captain under Col. William Graham. 1779, in Rutherford County.  1779, a Captain under Col. Andrew Hampton. Possibly the same man as directly above.
Cook, John Guilford County Regiment 1778 1779 1778-1779, a Captain attached to Lt. Col. Alexander Dobbins (Rowan County Regiment) in the Purrysburg, SC expedition. No known battles or skirmishes.
Cook, John Tryon County Regiment 1776 1777 1776-1777, a Captain under Col. William Graham. Later in Lincoln County. 
Cook, Richard Granville County Regiment 1779 1780 1779-1780, a Captain of Light Horse under Col. Joseph Taylor. 1780, a Major. Probably the same man as directly below.
Cook, Richard Donaldson 9th NC Regiment 1776 1778 11/28/1776, a Captain under Col. John Williams.  Retired 6/1/1778.  From the Hillsborough District. Brandywine Creek (PA), Germantown (PA).
Cook, Robert Dobbs County Regiment 1779 1780 1779-1780, a Captain under Col. James Glasgow. Late 1780, joined under Lt. Col. William Washington (VA). Cowpens (SC).
Cook, Robert Mecklenburg County Regiment 1780 Was a Private and in SC units earlier. 1780, a Captain under Col. William Lee Davidson. Later, a Private again.
Cook, Thomas Dobbs County Regiment 1776 Was a Private. 1776, a Captain under Col. Abraham Sheppard for one week. Then an Ensign. 1777, a Captain again under Col. James Glasgow.
Cook, Thomas Guilford County Regiment 1778 1781 Was a Private and a Lieutenant. Jan. 1778, a Captain of Light Horse under Col. James Martin. Sep. 1780, a Captain under Col. William Richardson Davie (NC State Cavalry-Western District). Fall of 1781, a Captain under Col. William O'Neal (Orange County Regiment), and in the Wilmington Expedition. Charlotte, Guilford Court House.
Cool, William Rowan County Regiment 1781 1781, a Captain under Col. Francis Locke.
Cooper, John Onslow County Regiment 1776 1781 1776, a Captain under Col. William Cray. 1779-1781, a Captain under Lt. Col. Reuben Grant. aka John Cowper. Moore's Creek Bridge.
Cooper, Richard Martin County Regiment 1780 Sep. 1780, a Captain under Col. Whitmell Hill. Took over the company previously led by Capt. Nathan Mayo.
Copeland, Josiah Chowan County Regiment 1779 6/21/1779, a known Captain under Col. James Blount.
Copeland, Stephen Washington County Regiment 1782 1783 1782, a Captain under Col. John Sevier. 1783, a Captain under Col. Alexander Outlaw (Greene County Regiment).
Cotton, Josiah 7th NC Regiment 1776 1776 11/28/1776, a Captain under Col. James Hogun.  Resigned in Dec. 1776.  From Northampton County, NC.  aka Joseph Cotton.
Cotton, Thomas Hertford County Regiment 1776 1776 1776, a Captain under Col. Benjamin Wynns. May 3, 1776, a Captain under Col. Peter Dauge in the newly-created 2nd Battalion of Militia. Marched to Wilmington to guard against the British invasion. Unit disbanded on 8/13/1776. Taken prisoner by the British, held for seven months (?).
Council, Arthur Cumberland County Regiment 1775 1777 1775, a Captain under Col. Thomas Rutherford.  4/17/1776, a Captain under Col. John Alexander Lillington in the 6th NC Regiment.  Died in April of 1777.  His company was taken over by Thomas White.  From Cumberland County, NC. Moore's Creek Bridge.
Council, Austin Salisbury District Minutemen 1775 9/9/1775, a Captain under Col. Thomas Wade.
Council, James Bladen County Regiment 1776 1780 1776, a Captain under Col. Thomas Robeson, Jr. 1780, a Captain under Col. Thomas Brown. Moore's Creek Bridge.
Council, Robert NC Light Dragoons 1778 1783 Was an Ensign and a Lieutenant in the 1st NC Regiment.  7/1/1778, a Captain in NC Light Dragoons (Continentals). Feb. 1779, this unit became NC State Troops under Col. Francois DeMalmedy. POW at the Fall of Charleston, SC, paroled. From Cumberland County. Stono Ferry (SC), Siege of Charleston (SC), Eutaw Springs (SC).
Cowan, Andrew Washington County Regiment 1780 1780, a Captain under Col. John Sevier. Boyd's Creek (TN).
Cowan, David Rowan County Regiment 1778 1781 1778-1779, a Captain under Col. Francis Locke, attached to Lt. Col. Archibald Lytle (a Continental officer). 3/20/1779, a Lieutentant in the 4th NC Regiment. 1781, a Captain again under Col. James Read in the newly-created NC Light Horse Regiment. Briar Creek (GA).
Cowan, George Rowan County Regiment 1775 1776 1775, a Captain under Col. Griffith Rutherford. 1776, a Captain under Col. Francis Locke. Ninety-Six 1775 (SC), Great Cane Brake (SC), Snow Campaign (SC), Cherokee Expedition 1776.
Cowan, Thomas Rowan County Regiment 1779 1782 1779-1781, a Captain of Light Horse under Col. Francis Locke. 1781, at the battle of Cowpens, SC under Lt. Col. David Caldwell. 1781, at Cowan's Ford under Maj. James Hall. Wounded at the battle of Eutaw Springs, SC. 1782, a Captain under Col. James Brandon in the recreated 2nd Rowan County Regiment. Born on 1/23/1748/9 in NC. Briar Creek (GA), Stono Ferry (SC), Ramseur's Mill, Kings Mountain (SC), Cowpens (SC), Cowan's Ford, Tarrant's Tavern, Eutaw Springs (SC).
Cowper, John Richmond County Regiment 1780 1780 1780, a Captain under Lt. Col. John Donaldson and Col. Henry William Harrington. POW at the Fall of Charleston, SC, paroled. Siege of Charleston (SC).
Cox, Israel Rowan County Regiment 1776 1780 1776-1780, a Captain under Col. Matthew Locke. Cherokee Expedition 1776.
Cox, John Cumberland County Regiment 1779 1782 1779, a Captain of Light Horse under Col. Thomas Matthews. 1780, a Captain under Col. Philip Alston. At the battle of Camden, SC attached to Col. Thomas Owen (Bladen County Regiment). 1781, a Captain under Col. James Emmett. 1782, a Major. Camden (SC), Big Juniper Creek.
Cox, John Surry County Regiment 1777 1779 1777-1779, a Captain under Col. Joseph Williams.
Cox, Joshua Surry County Regiment Was a Private. A Captain under Col. Martin Armstrong, dates unknown.
Cox, William Cumberland County Regiment 1780 1783 1780, a Captain under Col. Philip Alston. A Captain for three years. From what soon became Moore County.
Cox, William Washington County Regiment 1780 1782 1780-1782, a Captain under Col. John Sevier. Kings Mountain (SC).
Crabtree, James Washington County Regiment 1780 1780 1780, a Captain under Col. John Sevier. Dec. 1780, a Captain under VA Col. Arthur Campbell. Kings Mountain (SC), Boyd's Creek (TN).
Craddock, John 2nd NC Regiment 1777 1783 Was an Ensign and a Lieutenant.  12/21/1777, a Captain of the Colonel's Company (Col. John Patten).  Wounded and taken prisoner at the Fall of Charleston.  A POW until 11/26/1782.  Retired 1/1/1783. Monmouth (NJ), Stony Point (NY), Siege of Charleston 1780 (SC).
Craig, James Rowan County Regiment 1776 1781 Was a Lieutenant. 1776-1777, a Captain under Col. Francis Locke. 1778-1779, a Captain attached to Lt. Col. Archibald Lytle (a Continental officer). 1780, a Captain under Col. Matthew Locke. May have also served under Maj. William Richardson Davie (Independent Corps of Light Horse). 1781, a Captain under Col. Francis Locke. Cherokee Expedition 1776, Briar Creek (GA), Ramseur's Mill, Colson's Mill.
Craig, John Guilford County Regiment 1779 1780 1779-1780, a Captain attached to Lt. Col. Archibald Lytle (a Continental officer) at Charleston, SC erecting breastworks, etc. Siege of Charleston (SC).
Craig, Joseph Rowan County Regiment 1778 1778, a Captain under Col. Francis Locke.
Craig, Thomas Orange County Regiment 1780 1780, a Captain attached to Col. John Collier (Randolph County Regiment) during the Camden, SC expedition. Camden (SC).
Craighead, Robert Mecklenburg County Regiment 1780 1780, a Captain under Col. Robert Irwin.  Wounded at the battle of Hanging Rock, SC. Some claim he was only a Private during this engagement. Hanging Rock (SC).
Crawford, Charles 2nd NC Regiment 1775 1782 9/1/1775, a Captain under Col. Robert Howe. Retired 6/1/1778.  1779, a Captain under Col. Thomas Matthews (Cumberland County Regiment of Militia). 1780, a Captain attached to Col. Thomas Owen (Bladen County Regiment) during the Camden, SC expedition. 1781, a Captain under Col. James Emmett. At the battle of Lindley's Mill under Lt. Col. Robert Mebane (a Continental officer). Dec. 1781, Guard of the Public Magazine in Cross Creek. Great Bridge (VA), Brandywine Creek (PA), Germantown (PA), Monmouth (NJ), Camden (SC), Lindley's Mill.
Crawford, David Rowan County Regiment 1778 1782 A Captain named in the Militia Law of Aug. 1778 - under Col. Francis Locke. 1780, a Captain attached to Col. Andrew Hampton (Rutherford County Regiment). POW at the Fall of Charleston, SC, paroled. 1782, a Captain under Col. James Brandon in the recreated 2nd Rowan County Regiment. Siege of Charleston (SC).
Crawford, James Rowan County Regiment 1779 1781 1779-1781, a Captain under Col. Francis Locke. 1780, a Captain attached to Col. Andrew Hampton (Rutherford County Regiment). POW at the Fall of Charleston, SC, paroled. At the battle of Cowan's Ford under Maj. James Hall - mortally wounded, died soon thereafter. Siege of Charleston (SC), Colson's Mill, Cowan's Ford.
Crawford, James Caldwell Rowan County Regiment 1781 1781 1781, a Captain under Col. Francis Locke. Followed British Lt. Gen. Charles Lord Cornwallis in the "Race to the Dan." Discharged just before the battle of Guilford Court House.
Crawford, Lazarus Wayne County Regiment 1780 1780 1780, a Captain under Col. Benjamin Exum. Camden (SC).
Crawford, Thomas Anson County Regiment 1779 1780 Was an Adjutant. 1779-1780, a Captain under Col. Thomas Wade. 1780, a Colonel in the Richmond County Regiment.
Crawley, David Halifax County Regiment 1776 8/12/1776, a known Captain of Militia.
Cray, Joseph Scott Onslow County Regiment 1777 1781 1777, a Captain under Col. William Cray. 1779, a Captain under Col. John Herritage (NC State Regiment). 1780-1781, a Captain back in the Onslow County Regiment under Col. John Spicer. 3Q 1781, a Lt. Colonel.
Cray, William Onslow County Regiment 1779 1780 1779, a Captain under Col. Henry Rhodes. 1780, a Captain under Lt. Col. Reuben Grant. Siege of Charleston (SC).
Creasey, ? Nash County Regiment 1779 1779, a Captain under Col. James Clinch. aka ? Creecy.
Creel, John Dobbs County Regiment 1779 7/5/1779, a known Captain under Col. James Glasgow.  5/26/1780, a known Captain under Col. James Glasgow.
Crittendon, William Anson County Regiment 1781 1781, a Captain under Col. Thomas Wade.
Cromisle, "Unknown" Mecklenburg County Regiment 1775 A Captain under Col. Thomas Polk. Great Cane Brake (SC), Snow Campaign (SC).
Crouse, Collin Surry County Regiment 1778 1778, a Captain under Col. Joseph Williams. Wounded by Loyalists in an unnamed skirmish.
Crouse, John Surry County Regiment 1778 1780 Was a Lieutenant. 1778-1780, a Captain under Col. Joseph Williams. POW at the skirmish of Richmond Town #2. aka John Crause. Richmond Town #2.
Crowder, Stephen Surry County Regiment 1781 1782 1781, a Captain under Lt. Col. Robert Lanier. Also served in 1782.
Crowell, Samuel NC Light Horse Regiment 1781 1781, a Captain under Col. James Read. From Halifax County. New Garden Meeting House, Guilford Court House, Hobkirk's Hill (SC).
Crump, James Montgomery County Regiment 1779 1781 1779-1781, a Captain of Light Horse under Lt. Col. Drury Ledbetter. Colson's Mill, Camden (SC), Brown Marsh.
Crump, Joseph Chatham County Regiment 1778 August 1778, a Captain of Militia.
Crumpton, ? Chatham County Regiment 1780 1780, a Captain under Col. Ambrose Ramsey.
Cryer, James Northampton County Regiment 1782 1782, a Captain under Col. Jeptha Eatherton. aka James Kryer.
Cryer, Samuel Northampton County Regiment 1780 1781 1780-1781, a Captain of Light Horse under Col. Jeptha Eatherton.
Culbertson, John Lincoln County Regiment 1780 1781 1780, a Captain under Col. William Graham. 1781, a Captain under Col. Joseph Dickson. Camden (SC), Guilford Court House, Hobkirk's Hill (SC), Siege of Ninety-Six 1781 (SC), Eutaw Springs (SC).
Culbertson, Joseph Sullivan County Regiment 1780 1780, a Captain under Col. Isaac Shelby. Musgrove's Mill (SC).
Culler, Thomas Johnston County Regiment 1776 1781 1776-1781, a Captain under Lt. Col./Col. John Smith. Cowan's Ford.
Cullers, John Johnston County Regiment 1776 1776, a Captain under Col. William Bryan. Marched to Wilmington to guard against a British invasion. This Author is fairly confident that this man is actually John McCullers - see below.
Culp, "Unknown" Anson County Regiment 1781 1781, a Captain under Col. Thomas Wade.  Killed 8/9/1781 during the Loyalist raid of Richmond & Cumberland Counties. Piney Bottom Creek, Richmond & Cumberland Counties.
Culpepper, John Anson County Regiment 1776 1781 1776, a Captain under Lt. Col. David Love. 1781, a Captain under Col. Thomas Wade. Cherokee Expedition 1776.
Cummings, John Orange County Regiment 1780 1781 1780, a Captain under Lt. Col. Thomas Taylor. 1781, at the battle of Guilford Court House under Lt. Col. Thomas Farmer. Fall of 1781, a Captain uner Maj. Joseph Graham and Col. Robert Smith (NC State Legion, and in the Wilmington Expedition. Guilford Court House.
Cunningham, Christopher Washington County Regiment 1778 1781 1778-1779, a Captain under Col. John Carter. 1779-1781, a Captain under Col. John Sevier. Briar Creek (GA), Thicketty Fort (SC), Camden (SC).
Cunningham, Francis Burke County Regiment 1777 1781 Was a Lieutenant. 1777-1779, a Captain under Col. Charles McDowell. 2/12/1779, a Captain of Light Horse under Col. Benjamin Cleveland (Wilkes County Regiment). 1779-1781, a Captain under Col. Charles McDowell. Siege of Ninety-Six 1781 (SC), Eutaw Springs (SC).
Cunningham, John Caswell County Regiment 1780 1780, a Captain under Col. William Moore. Also served under Col. Ambrose Ramsey (Chatham County Regiment).
Cunningham, Joseph Rowan County Regiment 1776 1781 1776-1781, a Captain under Col. Matthew Locke. 1781, at the battle of Cowpens, SC under Lt. Col. David Caldwell. aka Joseph M. Cunningham. Cherokee Expedition 1776, Cowpens (SC).
Currie, James Caswell County Regiment 1781 1782 Was a Lieutenant. 1781-1782, a Captain under Col. William Moore.
Currie, Hugh Caswell County Regiment 1781 1781, a Captain under Maj. Robert Park and Col. William Moore. aka Hugh Cury, Hugh Curry.
Currins, James Granville County Regiment 1778 2/4/1778, a known Captain under Col. Joseph Taylor.
Dailin, Enoch Camden County Regiment 1781 1781, a Captain under Col. Peter Dauge. With Brig. Gen. Isaac Gregory in SE Virginia.
Dalton, ? Guilford County Regiment 1776 1776 1776, a Captain under Lt. Col. James Martin. Marched towards the battle of Moore's Creek Bridge, too late.
Daly, John Craven County Regiment 1776 5/3/1776, appointed Captain of newly-finished Fort Hanging Point, and authorized 24 men.
Daniel, Belsher Currituck County Regiment 1778 1778, a Captain under Col. Samuel Jarvis. His company had frequent skirmishes with British vessels sent to plunder the seacoast.
Daniel, John Williams Wake County Regiment 1780 1781 1780, a Captain under Col. John Hinton, Jr. Aug. 1780, attached to Lt. Col. Thomas Farmer (Orange County Regiment) during the Camden, SC expedition. 1781, attached to Col. Francois DeMalmedy (NC Light Dragoons). From what is now Durham County. Borin on 5/23/1762 in what became Wake County. Camden (SC), Eutaw Springs (SC).
Daniel, Robert Brunswick County Regiment 1776 6/8/1776, a known Captain under Col. Parker Quince.
Daniel, Robert Jr. Pitt County Regiment 1775 7/15/1775, a known Captain of Militia.
Daniel, Woodson Wake County Regiment 1778 1780 1778-1779, a Captain attached to Lt. Col. Archibald Lytle (a Continental officer). 1780, a Captain under Col. John Hinton, Jr. Aug. 1780, attached to Lt. Col. Henry "Hal" Dixon (a Continental officer) during the Camden, SC expedition. Briar Creek (GA), Camden (SC).
Daniel, William Bladen County Regiment 1781 1781, a Captain under Col. Thomas Brown.  Collected cattle on Drowning Creek and Shoe Heel, drove them to Cross Creek.
Darnell, Henry 5th NC Regiment 1776 1778 Was a Lieutenant and Adjutant.   10/1/1776, a Captain.   aka Henry Darnall, Henry Darnal.  Retired 6/1/1778. Brandywine Creek (PA), Germantown (PA).
Dauge, Dennis Currituck County Regiment 1775 1777 1775, a Captain under Col. Samuel Jarvis.  4/29/1776, a Captain of the newly-created Outer Banks Independent Company.  Unit disbanded in Dec. 1777.  aka Dennis Dozier. Great Bridge (VA), Roanoke Inlet.
Dauge, Griffin 2nd Battalion of Militia 1776 1776 Was an Adjutant. 7/31/1776, a known Captain with 53 men under Col. Peter Dauge. Unit disbanded on 8/13/1776.  From Pasquotank County. Some claim he was from Martin County. aka Griffin Dozier.
Dauge, John NC Artillery 1777 1780 11/1/1777, a known Capt.-Lt. of Artillery - in John Vance's Co.
Dauge, Peter Jr. Camden County Regiment 1780 1780, a Captain under Col. Peter Dauge (his father).
Daugherty, William Washington County Regiment 1782 Was a Lieutenant. 1782, a Captain under Col. John Sevier. aka William Dougherty.
Davenport, Martin Burke County Regiment 1778 1782 Was a Lieutenant in the Surry County Regiment. 1778-1782, a Captain under Col. Charles McDowell. 1782, a Captain under Col. Joseph McDowell. From what is now Caldwell County.
Daves, John 3rd NC Regiment 1781 1783 Was a QM, Ensign, and a Lieutenant.  Severely wounded at Stony Point.  9/8/1781, a Captain under Maj. John Armstrong.  March 1782, a known Captain in the 3rd NC Regiment.  Retired 1/1/1783.  One source asserts he was a Captain in the 2nd NC Regiment in 1781. Eutaw Springs (SC).
Davidson, Alexander Rowan County Regiment 1780 1780 Was a Lieutenant. 1780, a Captain under Col. Francis Locke. POW at the battle of Camden, SC. Ramseur's Mill, Camden (SC).
Davidson, Ephraim Rowan County Regiment 1780 1781 1780-1781, a Captain under Col. Francis Locke.
Davidson, George Rowan County Regiment 1780 1782 1780, a Captain under Col. Francis Locke. 1782, a Captain under Col. James Brandon in the recreated 2nd Rowan County Regiment.
Davidson, George Lee 1st NC Regiment 1775 1777 9/1/1775, a Captain under Col. James Moore.  Resigned 2/5/1777. Great Cane Brake (SC), Snow Campaign (SC), Moore's Creek Bridge,  Breech Inlet Naval Battle (SC).
Davidson, James Burke County Regiment 1780 1781 1780-1781, a Captain under Col. Charles McDowell.
Davidson, John 2nd Salisbury District Minutemen 1776 2/27/1776, a known Captain of Light Horse under Maj. John Phifer and Col. Thomas Polk. From Mecklenburg County. Moore's Creek Bridge.
Davidson, John Rowan County Regiment 1781 Was a Lieutenant. 1781, a Captain under Lt. Col. Hugh Brevard.
Davidson, Samuel 2nd Rowan County Regiment 1776 1781 1776-1777, a Captain under Col. Christopher Beekman. 1777, in Burke County. 1777-1781, a Captain under Col. Charles McDowell. 1781 at the Upper Fort (Davidson's Fort).
Davidson, Thomas Rowan County Regiment 1778 1781 1778-1779, a Captain under Lt. Col. Archibald Lytle (a Continental officer) in the "New Levies." 1780-1781, a Captain under Col. Francis Locke. Briar Creek (GA), Cowan's Ford, Tarrant's Tavern.
Davidson William 2nd Rowan County Regiment 1776 1780 1776-1777, a Captain under Col. Christopher Beekman, mostly stationed at Samuel Davidson's Fort. 1777, in Burke County. 1777-1780, a Captain under Col. Charles McDowell. 1780, at the battle of Fishing Creek, SC under Maj. James White. Cherokee Expedition 1776, Fishing Creek (SC).
Davidson, William Lee Salisbury District Minutemen 1775 1775 1775, a  Captain under Col. Thomas Wade. Soon, a Major under Col. Griffith Rutherford (Rowan County Regiment). Then, a Major in the 4th NC Regiment. Later, a Colonel and Brigadier General (Pro Tempore) in NC Militia.
Davie, William Richardson Mecklenburg County Regiment 1779 1780 Was a Lieutenant.  May 1779, took over the company of Capt. Robert Bartley, soon attached to Col. Francois DeMalmedy (NC Light Dragoons). Wounded at the battle of Stono Ferry, SC.  1779, a Major under Col. Robert Irwin. 1780, a full Colonel. Charleston Neck (SC), Stono Ferry (SC).
Davis, ? Rowan County Regiment 1780 1780 1780, a Captain under Col. Francis Locke. Killed at the battle of Camden, SC on 8/16/1780. Camden (SC).
Davis, Enoch Guilford County Regiment 1778 1779 Oct. 1778 to April 1779, a Captain under Lt. Col. John Peasley. Commissioned as a Major but did not serve as one. Born on 2/14/1740 in Philadelphia, PA. Briar Creek (GA).
Davis, Francis 1776 2/27/1776, a known Captain - regiment not named. Moore's Creek Bridge.
Davis, Henry Rowan County Regiment 1776 1776 1776, a Captain under Col. Francis Locke. Cherokee Expedition 1776.
Davis, James Burke County Regiment 1782 1782, a Captain under Col. Joseph McDowell.
Davis, John Burke County Regiment 1779 1779, a Captain under Col. Charles McDowell. Stono Ferry (SC), Lockhart's Plantation (GA).
Davis, John Guilford County Regiment 1777 1777, a Captain under Lt. Col. John Peasley. Early 1779, a Captain under Col. James Martin. At the battle of Stono Ferry, SC attached to Lt. Col. Hugh Tinnen and Col. Francois DeMalmedy (NC Light Dragoons). Late 1779, attached to Col. Charles McDowell (Burke County Regiment). Stono Ferry (SC).
Davis, Joshua Dobbs County Regiment 1780 1781 5/26/1780, a known Captain under Col. James Glasgow. 11/4/1780, a known Captain under Col. James Glasgow. 1781, a Captain under Col. James Darnell.
Davis, Myrick Rowan County Regiment 1777 1781 Was a Lieutenant. 1777-1781, a Captain under Col. Francis Locke. aka Merick Davis, Mirick Daviss.
Davis, Nathaniel Washington County Regiment 1780 1782 1780-1782, a Captain under Col. John Sevier. Severely wounded in unnamed skirmish with Indians - died after he got home. Cherokee Expedition 1782.
Davis, Robert Mecklenburg County Regiment 1779 1781 Was a Lieutenant. 1779-1780, a Captain of Light Horse under Col. George Alexander. Sep. 1780, a Captain under Col. William Richardson Davie (NC State Cavalry-Western District). 1781, a Captain under Col. Robert Irwin. Wahab's Plantation (SC).
Davis, Samuel Rowan County Regiment 1776 1776 1776, a Captain under Col. Matthew Locke. Mostly served at Davis's Station.
Davis, William 1st NC Regiment 1775 1776 9/1/1775, a Captain under Col. James Moore. A Major on 4/10/1776. Later a Lt. Colonel. From Bladen County. aka William Daves. Moore's Creek Bridge.
Davis, William Bladen County Regiment 1775 1775, a Captain under Col. Thomas Robeson, Jr. - This man is actually the same man as directly above.
Davis, William Rowan County Regiment 1781 Was a Lieutenant. 1781, a Captain under Col. Francis Locke.
Dawson, Henry Halifax County Regiment 1776 1781 1776, a Captain under Col. Willis Alston.  6/11/1776, a known Captain under Col. Peter Dauge in the 2nd Battalion of Militia. 7/31/1776, had 54 men. Unit disbanded on 8/13/1776. 11/28/1776, a Captain under Col. James Hogun in the 7th NC Regiment.  One source claims he was in the 2nd NC Regiment at some time.  Resigned from the NC Continental Line on 10/11/1777.  1780-1781, a Captain under Lt. Col. John Branch in the Halifax County Regiment. From Halifax County. Brandywine Creek (PA), Germantown (PA).
Dawson, Levi Craven County Regiment 1776 1776 2/15/1776, a known Captain under Col. John Bryan.  4/15/1776, a Major in the 5th NC Regiment.
Day, ? Randolph County Regiment 1781 1781, a Captain under Lt. Col. James Dougan.  Raft Swamp.
Dayley, Joshua 7th NC Regiment 1777 1778 Was a Lieutenant.  10/12/1777, a Captain under Col. James Hogun.  Retired 6/1/1778.  aka Joshua Daly.  aka Joshua Dailey.
Deacon, Archibald Caswell County Regiment 1781 1782 1781-1782, a Captain under Col. William Moore.
Deathridge, George Surry County Regiment 1776 1776 1776, a Captain under Col. Joseph Williams.  August, sent home prior to the Cherokee Expedition 1776 - his company was too small.  aka  George Dethrige,  Dotheridge,  Deatherage.  
DeBelvieu, Laval French Refugees Regiment 1778 1778 1778, a Captain under Col. Chariol DePlacer.
Debow, Frederick Caswell County Regiment 1780 1782 Was a Wagon Master in the NC Continental Line. 1780-1782, a Captain under Col. William Moore. aka Frederick DeBois, Frederick DuBois, Frederick Debo. Guilford Court House.
DeBreteuil, Martin French Refugees Regiment 1778 1778 1778, a Captain under Col. Chariol DePlacer.
DeCoin, John Edgecombe County Regiment 1781 1782 1781, a Captain of Light Horse under Col. Joseph J. Clinch. Assigned as a Life Guard to Gov. Thomas Burke. POW at Hillsborough on 9/12/1781. Also served in 1782. aka John DuKoine.  Hillsborough.
DeGloback, Baron NC Light Dragoons 1781 1781 Earlier, a Captain under VA Lt. Col. William Washington and probably Brig. Gen. Kasimir Pulaski. 1781, a Captain under Col. Francois De Malmedy. 1781, a Major in the newly-recreated NC State Regiment. aka Baron DeGlasbac, Baron DeGloeback, Baron DeGlasbeech. One source asserts that this man was an Austrian who came south with Brig. Gen. Kasimir Pulaski in 1779, and that his name was - Peter William Joseph Ludwig, Baron de Glaubeck. In the NC State Records, he sends a letter to Gov. Thomas Burke in early 1782 resigning his commission, and it is signed Baron DeGloeback, with no other names identified. Ramsey's Mill.
DeJarnette, John Anson County Regiment 1775 1782 1775-1782, a Captain under Col. Thomas Wade.  Fall of 1781, a Captain under Col. Robert Smith (NC State Legion) and in the Wilmington Expedition. aka John DeJarnette, John DeGarnet. Beatti's Bridge, Brick House.
Delaware, Frank Craven County Regiment 1782 1782, a Captain under Col. John Tilman.
Dellinger, John Philip Tryon County Regiment 1776 1781 Was a Private and an Ensign. 1776-1781, a Captain under Col. William Graham. 1779, a Captain in the Lincoln County Regiment.  From what is now Catawba County. Ramseur's Mill, Kings Mountain (SC), Cowpens (SC), Guilford Court House.
DeMoss, Abraham Wilkes County Regiment 1779 1780 1779-1780, a Captain under Col. Benjamin Cleveland. aka Abram Demoss, Abraham Moss. Kings Mountain (SC).
Denby, Elijah Franklin County Regiment 1779 1782 1779-1781, a Captain under Col. Benjamin Seawell. Feb. 1781, a Captain under Col. James Read (NC Light Horse Regiment). 1782, a Captain under Col. Benjamin Seawell again. New Garden Meeting House, Guilford Court House, Hobkirk's Hill (SC).
Dennis, William Johnston County Regiment 1778 1780 1778-1779, a Captain attached to Col. Jonas Johnston (Edgecombe County Regiment). 1780, a Major. Briar Creek (GA).
Dennis, William Jr. 8th NC Regiment 1777 1778 Was a Lieutenant.  9/20/1777, a Captain under Col. James Armstrong.  Retired 6/1/1778.   1781, a Captain under Col. Enoch Ward (Carteret County Regiment).  One source asserts that he was in the 1st NC Regiment during 1781 (wrong). Beaufort.
Dent, William Guilford County Regiment 1776 1776 1776, a Captain of a hastily organized company under Lt. Col. James Martin. While on his way to Moore's Creek Bridge, he led his men against the Loyalists of Guilford County and became the first casualty of the campaign.
Dent, William Guilford County Regiment 1780 Was a Lieutenant in the 4th NC Regiment. 1780, a Captain under Col. James Martin.
Denton, Abraham Washington County Regiment 1781 1781, a Captain under Col. John Sevier.
Denton, James Bute County Regiment 1775 1781 1775, a Captain under Col. William Person. 6/11/1776, a Captain under Col. Peter Dauge in the newly-created 2nd Battalion of Militia. 7/31/1776, had 59 men. Unit disbanded 8/13/1776. 11/26/1776, a Captain of Light Horse selected to chase ne'er-do-wells in Chatham County. 1779, in Franklin County. 1781, a Captain under Col. Benjamin Seawell.
DeVane, James New Hanover County Regiment 1780 1782 Was a Private. June 1780, a Captain attached to Lt. Col. Thomas Johnston (Onslow County Regiment). Jan. 1781, a Captain under Lt. Col. Thomas Bloodworth, Col. Henry Young, Brig. Gen. John Alexander Lillington, until July 1782. Brother of Capt. John DeVane, Jr., son of Capt. John DeVane, Sr.
DeVane, John Sr. Wilmington District Minutemen 1776 Was a Major and a Lt. Colonel in the New Hanover County Regiment.  Gave up his rank and raised a company of Minutemen for the battle of Moore's Creek Bridge.  From New Hanover County, NC. Moore's Creek Bridge.
DeVane, John Jr. New Hanover County Regiment 1781 Was a Private and a Lieutenant. June 1781, a Captain of Light Horse under Lt. Col. Thomas Bloodworth and Col. Henry Young. Brother of Capt. James DeVane. Son of Capt. John DeVane, Sr.
DeVane, Thomas Jr. 1st Battalion of Militia 1776 1781 Was a Lieutenant. 6/11/1776, a Captain under Col. Thomas Brown. 7/31/1776, had 62 men. Unit disbanded 8/13/1776.  11/25/1776, a Captain in the new 1st Battalion of Volunteers under Col. Abraham Sheppard. Unit disbanded on 4/10/1777. 1777, a Captain under Col. Anthony Ward (New Hanover County Regiment). 6/1/1778, a Captain under Col. William Lord (Brunswick County Regiment), considered to be in the "New Levies" of men from New Hanover and Brunswick Counties. 1780-1781, a Captain under Col. Edward Wingate (Brunswick County Regiment). From New Hanover County. Brown Marsh.
Devaney, Jenkins Franklin County Regiment 1780 1780, a Captain under Col. Benjamin Seawell. Fall of 1780, attached to Lt. Col. Henry Hart (Edgecombe County Regiment). aka Jenkins Devany. Rugeley's Mill #2 (SC).
Deveney, Aaron Tryon County Regiment 1777 1780 Was a Lieutenant. 1777, a Captain under Lt. Col. Andrew Hampton. 1779, in the Rutherford County Regiment. POW at the battle of Cane Creek, paroled. Born on 4/16/1747. aka Aaron Diviny, Aaron Devany. Cane Creek.
Dew, John Nash County Regiment 1779 1779, a Captain under Col. John Pugh Williams (Bertie County Regiment).
DeWitt, Matthew Hillsborough District Minutemen 1775 9/9/1775, a Captain under Col. James Thackston. 1778, a Captain of Infantry under Col. Exum Lewis (Edgecombe County Regiment) then Col. Francis Locke (Rowan County Regiment). 1779, a Captain under Col. William Moore (Caswell County Regiment). Also served under Col. James Martin (Guilford County Regiment). Briar Creek (GA).
Dickerson, David Caswell County Regiment 1781 1781, a Captain under Col. William Moore.
Dickerson, John NC Light Dragoons 1776 1777 4/16/1776, a Captain of the  1st Company of NC Light Dragoons.  Resigned in Feb. 1777, before these units were placed on the NC Continental Line. His company was taken over by Capt. Samuel Ashe, Jr. 1780, a Colonel of NC Militia. From Granville County.
Dickerson, Nathaniel Caswell County Regiment 1780 1781 Was a Lieutenant. 1780-1781, a Captain under Col. William Moore. Lindley's Mill.
Dickey, John Rowan County Regiment 1776 1781 Was a Lieutenant. 1776-1781, a Captain under Col. Francis Locke. Born in 1724 in Northern Ireland. Ramseur's Mill, Camden (SC), Kings Mountain (SC), Cowan's Ford, Tarrant's Tavern.
Dickey, George Surry County Regiment 1778 1778, a Captain under Col. Joseph Williams.
Dickson, Charles Orange County Regiment 1782 1782, a Captain under Col. Hugh Tinnen.
Dickson, Joseph Rowan County Regiment 1775 1779 1775, a Captain under Col. Griffith Rutherford. 11/25/1776, a Captain under Col. Francis Locke in the 2nd Battalion of Volunteers. Unit disbanded on 4/10/1777. 1779, a Major. 1781, a full Colonel. From Tryon (what later became Lincoln) County. aka Joseph Dixon.  Ninety-Six 1775 (SC), Great Cane Brake (SC), Snow Campaign (SC), Cherokee Expedition 1776.
Dickson, William Duplin County Regiment 1775 1781 1775-1781, a Captain under Col. James Kenan. 1781, a Major. aka William Dixon. Heron's Bridge, Rockfish Creek.
Dillard, William Chatham County Regiment 1780 1780 Was a Lieutenant. 1780, a Captain under Col. Ambrose Ramsey. Aug. 1780, attached to Col. John Collier (Randolph County Regiment) in the Camden, SC expedition. Camden (SC).
Dixon, ? Orange County Regiment 1780 1780, a Captain under Col. William O'Neal.
Dixon, Henry "Hal" 1st NC Regiment 1775 1777 9/1/1775, a Captain under Col. James Moore and Col. Francis Nash.  Oct. 12, 1777, promoted to Major in 3rd NC Regiment. Brunswick Town #1, Moore's Creek Bridge, Ft. Moultrie #1 (SC), Florida Expedition 1776, Brandywine Creek (PA), Germantown (PA).
Dixon, Jesse Halifax County Regiment 1780 1780, a Captain under Col. John Branch.
Dixon, Tilghman 1st NC Regiment 1777 1783 Was a Lieutenant.  2/5/1777, a Captain under Col. Thomas Clark.  POW at the Fall of Charleston, exchanged 6/14/1781.  Mid-1781, a Captain under Maj. Reading Blount (2nd NC Regiment).  4/24/1782, back to 1st NC Regiment.  Retired 1/1/1783.  From Edgecombe County, NC. Brandywine Creek (PA), Germantown (PA, Monmouth (NJ), Siege of Charleston 1780 (SC), Eutaw Springs (SC).
Dixon, Wynn Caswell County Regiment 1780 1780, a Captain under Col. William Moore. Note - this man may have only been a Lieutenant - records unclear.
Dobson, John Burke County Regiment 1780 1780 1780, a Captain under Col. Charles McDowell. Killed at the battle of Ramseur's Mill while serving under Lt. Col. Hugh Brevard. One source asserts his first name was Joseph (wrong - his brother). Ramseur's Mill.
Dobson, Joseph Jr. Burke County Regiment 1781 Was a Private. 1781, a Captain under Col. Charles McDowell. Brother of Capt. John Dobson.
Dobson, William Surry County Regiment 1776 1779 1776-1779, a Captain under Col. Joseph Williams. 1779, in the Purrysburg, SC expedition, no known battles or skirmishes. Cherokee Expedition 1776, French Broad River. 
Dodd, David Duplin County Regiment 1776 1781 1776-1781, a Captain of Light Horse under Col. James Kenan. 1779, attached to Lt. Col. Archibald Lytle (a Continental officer). 1781, also under Col. Thomas Brown (Bladen County Regiment). Moore's Creek Bridge, Briar Creek (GA), Rockfish Creek, Brown Marsh, Evacuation of Wilmington.
Doherty, George Washington County Regiment 1778 1782 First in VA unit. 1778, a Captain under Col. John Carter. 1779-1782, a Captain under Col. John Sevier. Several soures claim he made it to Major. Born on 1/18/1749 in Augusta County, VA. Boyd's Creek (TN), Moncks Corner #4 (SC), Cherokee Expedition 1782.
Doke, James Surry County Regiment 1780 1780, a Captain of Rangers under Col. Martin Armstrong.
Donaldson, John Richmond County Regiment 1780 1780 1780, a Captain attached to Col. Andrew Hampton (Rutherford County Regiment). POW at the Fall of Charleston, SC, paroled. Siege of Charleston (SC).
Donaldson, John Washington District Regiment 1776 1776, a Captain under Col. Evan Shelby, Sr.
Donnell, John Guilford County Regiment 1778 1781 1778-1781, a Captain under Lt. Col./Col. John Peasley. Camden (SC).
Donoho, Thomas 6th NC Regiment 1776 1781 Was a Lieutenant.  9/10/1776, a Captain.  Retired.  Recalled and assigned to 10th NC Regiment.  1779, a Captain under Col. Thomas Clark (5th NC Regiment).  Spring of 1781, a Captain in the 1st NC Regiment.  Promoted to Major on 10/13/1781.  From what is now Caswell County, NC.  W9838. Brandywine Creek (PA), Germantown (PA), Briar Creek (GA), Stono Ferry (SC), Siege of Ninety-Six 1781 (SC), Eutaw Springs (SC).
Dorton, ? Washington County Regiment 1781 1781, a Captain under Col. John Sevier.
Doswell, John Orange County Regiment 1775 1775, a Captain of Infantry under Col. John Hogan.
Dotson, Joseph Surry County Regiment 1776 1776, a Captain under Col. Joseph Williams. Cherokee Expedition 1776, French Broad River. 
Dougan, Thomas Guilford County Regiment 1776 1780 1776-1779, a Captain of Light Horse under Col. James Martin. 1779, in Randolph County. 1779-1780, a Captain under Col. John Collier. Sep. 1780, a Captain under Col. William Richardson Davie (NC State Cavalry-Western District). 1780, a Major. 1782, a Lt. Colonel. 1783, a full Colonel. Charlotte.
Dougherty, George 6th NC Regiment 1776 1781 Was a Lieutenant.  10/28/1776, a Captain in the 6th NC Regiment.  Transferred to 4th NC Regiment on 6/1/1778.   Promoted to Major on 10/13/1782.  aka George Doherty. Brandywine Creek (PA), Germantown (PA), Briar Creek (GA), Stono Ferry (SC), Eutaw Springs (SC).
Douglas, Benjamin Caswell County Regiment 1781 1781, a Captain under Col. William Moore. Cowpens (SC), Guilford Court House, Hobkirk's Hill (SC).
Douglas, Edward Chatham County Regiment 1779 1782 1779-1781, a Captain under Lt. Col. John Luttrell. Oct. 1781, a Captain under Col. William O'Neal (Orange County Regiment); went to Randolph County, then to Anson C.H., then to Waxhaws, subduing Loyalists. POW at the battle of Chatham Court House. 1782, a Captain under Col. Ambrose Ramsey. One source asserts he made it to Major. Guilford Court House, Chatham Court House.
Douglas, John Caswell County Regiment 1780 1780-1781, a Captain under Col. William Moore. Attached to SC Col. James Williams at the battle of Kings Mountain, SC. Kings Mountain (SC), Guilford Court House.
Douglas, William Caswell County Regiment 1780 1782 1780, a Captain of Light Horse under Col. William Moore. At the battle of Kings Mountain, SC under SC Col. James Williams. Feb. 1781, a Captain under Col. James Read (NC Light Horse Regiment). At the battle of Lindley's Mill under Col. John Luttrell (Chatham County Regiment). 1782, a Captain under Col. William O'Neal (Orange County Regiment). One source asserts he was a Captain as early as 1776 in Orange County. Kings Mountain (SC), Haw River, Guilford Court House, Lindley's Mill, Brush Creek, Cox's Mill #3.
Dowell, David Tryon County Regiment 1776 2/27/1776, a known Captain under Col. William Graham.  aka David Dowall, David McDowall. Moore's Creek Bridge.
Dowell, George Rowan County Regiment 1781 1781 1781, a Captain of Light Horse under Col. Francis Locke. At the battle of Eutaw Springs, SC under Col. Francois DeMalmedy (NC Light Dragoons). Eutaw Springs (SC).
Dowell, Richard Rowan County Regiment 1776 1781 1776-1781, a Captain of Light Horse under Col. Francis Locke. At the battle of Eutaw Springs, SC under Col. Francois DeMalmedy (NC Light Dragoons). Eutaw Springs (SC).
Downs, David Halifax County Regiment 1777 Was a Lieutenant. 1777, a Captain under Col. Willis Alston.
Drake, Brittain Nash County Regiment 1782 Was a Lieutenant. 1782, a Captain under Col. James Clinch.
Drew, Benjamin Northampton County Regiment 1781 1781 1781, a Captain under Col. Jeptha Eatherton. At the battle of Guilford Court House under Col. Herbert Haynes (Warren County Regiment). Guilford Court House.
DuBois, Frederick Caswell County Regiment 1780 1782 See DeBow, Frederick (that's how he spelled his name in his pension application).
Duckworth, Jacob Chatham County Regiment 1780 1781 1780-1781, a Captain of Light Horse under Col. Ambrose Ramsey. 1780, also served under Col. Philip Alston (Cumberland County Regiment). 1781, also served under Col. Francois DeMalmedy (NC Light Dragoons). aka Jacob Ducksworth, Jack Duckworth, Jacob Duck. Alamance, House in the Horseshoe, Bear Creek.
Duckworth, John NC Light Dragoons 1781 1781 1781, a Captain under Col. Francois DeMalmedy. From Mecklenburg County. Eutaw Springs (SC).
Dudley, Christopher Halifax District Minutemen 1775 9/9/1775, a Captain under Col. Nicholas Long. 7/29/1776, a known Captain under Col. Willis Alston in the Halifax County Regiment. Great Bridge (VA).
Dudley, David Dobbs County Regiment 1779 1780 1779, a Captain under Col. William Caswell. Also served under Col. Benjamin Exum (Wayne County Regiment). 1780, also served under Col. Thomas Brown (Bladen County Regiment).
Dudley, Samuel Pitt County Regiment 1780 1780, a Captain under Col. John Simpson.
Dudley, Thomas Jr. NC State Regiment 1781 7/15/1781, a Captain of Infantry in the new NC State Regiment, when David Bunting declined.
Duff, James Tryon County Regiment 1776 1780 1776-1780, a Captain under Col. William Graham. 1779, in Lincoln County. At the battle of Kings Mountain, SC under Col. Isaac Shelby (Sullivan County Regiment). Ft. Moultrie #1 (SC), Kings Mountain (SC).
Duke, ? Currituck County Regiment 1780 1780, a Captain under Col. Gideon Lamb (a Continental officer). Probably the same man as directly below.
Duke, Andrew Currituck County Regiment 1781 1782 1781-1782, a Captain under Col. Samuel Jarvis. Also served under Col. Peter Dauge (Camden County Regiment). aka Andrew Dukes.
Duling, ? Surry County Regiment 1780 1780, a Captain under Col. Joseph Williams.
Duncan, John Washington County Regiment 1778 1778, a Captain under Col. John Carter.
Dunn, Henry Northampton County Regiment 1780 1780, a Captain under Col. Jeptha Eatherton.
Dunn, James Rowan County Regiment 1779 1779 1779, a Captain under Col. Francis Locke. Also served under Col. Elijah Isaacs (Wilkes County Regiment). Served mostly at Ft. Defiance.
Dunn, Lewis Wilkes County Regiment 1777 1777, a Captain under Col. Benjamin Cleveland.
Dunn, Silas Rowan County Regiment 1777 1777, a Captain under Col. Francis Locke.
Dunn, William NC Light Horse Regiment 1781 1781, a Captain under Col. James Read. Mid-1781, a Captain under Lt. Col. Richard Nixon in the recreated NC State Regiment. From Craven County. Hobkirk's Hill (SC).
Dupree, Cornelius Bladen County Regiment 1781 1781, a Captain under Col. Thomas Robeson, Jr.
Dupree, Jesse Halifax County Regiment 1781 1781, a Captain under Col. James Allen. Also served under Col. Benjamin Seawell (Franklin County Regiment). Also served under Lt. Col. William Thomas Linton (Nash County Regiment). Halifax.
Dupree, Lewis Brunswick County Regiment 1776 1776 A Captain under Col. John Davis. During skirmish with the HMS Cruizer, his company was posted at Ancrum's Plantation along the Cape Fear River. 6/8/1776, a Major. 1777, a Lt. Colonel. Cape Fear River.
Durham, Thomas Montgomery County Regiment 1778 1779 1778-1779, a Captain under Col. William Lofton. Resigned. His company was then taken over by James Crump.
Dye, Hawkins Chatham County Regiment 1781 1781 1781, a Captain under Col. Philip Alston (Cumberland County Regiment). At the battle of Lindley's Mill under Col. John Luttrell. Lindley's Mill.
Dye, William Bladen County Regiment 1781 Was a Lieutenant. 1781, a Captain of Infantry under Col. Thomas Brown.
Dyer, Samuel Surry County Regiment 1780 1781 Was a Lieutenant. 1780-1781, a Captain of Light Horse under Col. Martin Armstrong. Camden (SC).
Dysart, James Washington County Regiment 1777 1781 First in VA units. 1777-1779, a Captain of Mounted Riflemen under Col. John Carter. Fall of 1780 thru Spring 1781, a Captain attached to Col. William Campbell (VA). Wounded at the battle of Kings Mountain, SC. Born in 1744 in County Donegal, Ireland. Kings Mountain (SC), Whitesell's Mill.
Eagle, Jacob Rowan County Regiment 1775 11/11/1775, nominated for Captain by the Rowan County Committee of Safety.
Earl, William 1st NC Regiment of Militia 1780 1781 6/8/1780, served in the 1st NC Regiment of Militia under Col. Samuel Jarvis.  A Captain of Militia 1780-1781.  Probably from Perquimans County. 
Earle, John Tryon County Regiment 1775 1779 1775-1779, a Captain under Col. William Graham. From what would soon become Rutherford County.  1779, a Lt. Colonel.  Established Earle's Fort at Earle's Ford (SC).
Easler, William NC State Regiment 1781 1781, a Captain in the recreated NC State Regiment. From either Dobbs or Johnston County (have seen both).
Easterling, William Richmond County Regiment 1782 1782 Was a Private. 1782, a Captain for three months under Col. Thomas Crawford.
Easton, John Carteret County Regiment 1779 1779, a Lt. Colonel.
Eaton, Amos Washington District Regiment 1776 1779 1776, a Captain under Col. John Carter. Established Eaton's Station on the Holston River, the site of the battle named Island Flats (TN). Also active during 1779, under Col. John Sevier.
Eaton, Pinketham Halifax District Minutemen 1775 1777 9/9/1775, a Captain under Col. Nicholas Long.  4/17/1776, a Captain under Col. Jetro Sumner in the 3rd NC Regiment.  Promoted to Major on 11/22/1777 in the 8th NC Regiment. Great Bridge (VA), Moore's Creek Bridge, Ft. Moultrie #1 (SC), Brandywine Creek (PA), Germantown (PA).
Eaves, Benjamin Franklin County Regiment 1780 1781 1780-1781, a Captain under Col. Benjamin Seawell. 1781, at the battle of Guilford Court House under Col. Benjamin Williams (Johnston County Regiment). In a fracas, cut off the right hand of Capt. James Richards and was cashiered.  His Lt. Joel Parish was soon promoted to Captain.  Unit taken over by Capt. Daniel Harris. aka Benjamin Eves.   Guilford Court House, Hobkirk's Hill (SC).
Eborne, John Hyde County Regiment 1779 1779 Was a Lt.  in NC Continental line. 6/30/1779, a known Captain of Militia. Later in 1779, a Lt. Colonel.
Eckles, Jacob 2nd Rowan County Regiment 1776 1776 1776, a Captain under Col. Christopher Beekman. Cherokee Expedition 1776.
Edmonson, ? Montgomery County Regiment 1781 1781 1781, a Captain under Maj. West Harris and Col. William Lofton.
Edmondson, David Washington County Regiment 1780 1781 1780-1781, a Captain under Col. John Sevier.  Boyd's Creek (TN).
Edmondson, William Washington County Regiment 1779 1780 1775-1778, in VA units. 1779-1780, a Captain under Col. Evan Shelby, Sr. and Col. John Sevier. Killed at the battle of Kings Mountain (SC). Kings Mountain (SC).
Edmunds, Nicholas 3rd NC Regiment 1776 1778 4/16/1776, a Captain under Col. Jethro Sumner.  Nov. 1777, left in NC as recruiter for 3rd NC Regiment.  Dropped from the rolls in Jan. 1778.  aka Nicholas Edmonds.
Edmundson, James Dobbs County Regiment 1779 7/5/1779, a known Captain under Col. James Glasgow.
Edwards, ? Surry County Regiment 1780 1780, a Captain under Col. Martin Armstrong.
Edwards, Charles Wake County Regiment 1781 1781 Was a Lieutenant. 1781, a Captain under Lt. Col. Thomas Wooten and Col. Michael Rogers. Eutaw Springs (SC).
Edwards, Edward Chatham County Regiment 1778 August 1778, a Captain under Col. Ambrose Ramsey.
Edwards, Gideon NC State Regiment 1779 1779 1779, a Captain under Col. John Herritage. From Pitt County.
Edwards, Richard Caswell County Regiment 1781 1781, a Captain under Col. James Saunders.
Edwards, Simon 2nd NC Regiment of Militia 1780 1780 6/2/1780, a Captain under Lt. Col. Richard Caswell, Jr. and Col. Benjamin Exum. Wounded and a POW at the battle of Camden, SC. Died of Smallpox while in captivity. From Jones County. Camden (SC).
Ellen, Abner Halifax County Regiment 1781 1781 1781, a Captain under Col. Pinketham Eaton (a Continental Captain acting as a Militia Colonel). Guilford Court House.
Ellen, Howell Nash County Regiment 1779 1781 1779-1781, a Captain under Col. James Clinch.
Ellen, Wiliam Halifax County Regiment 1781 1781, a Captain under Col. John Branch. Rounded up deserters and drove hogs to the army.
Elliott, James Washington District Regiment 1776 1780 1776, a Captain under Col. John Carter. 1779, in Sullivan County. 1779-1780, a Captain under Col. Isaac Shelby. Serving as a Private soldier, was killed during the battle of Boyd's Creek (TN). Kings Mountain (SC), Boyd's Creek (TN).
Elliott, John Chatham County Regiment 1781 Was a Lieutenant. 1781, a Captain under Col. Ambrose Ramsey. Also served under Lt. Col. Thomas Farmer (Orange County Regiment). April 1781, a Captain under Col. James Read (NC Light Horse Regiment).
Elliott, Thomas Sullivan County Regiment 1781 Was a Private and a Lieutenant. 1781, a Captain under Col. Isaac Shelby.
Elliott, William Washington County Regiment 1780 1781 1780-1781, a Captain under Col. John Sevier. Killed in an unnamed skirmish with Indians on the Hiwassee River.
Ellis, Henry Pitt County Regiment 1775 7/15/1775, a known Captain of Militia.
Ellis, John Bladen County Regiment A Captain under Col. Thomas Brown, dates unknown.
Ellis, Robert Brunswick County Regiment 1778 1783 Earlier, a Lt. Colonel in the Wilmington District Minutemen. 4/30/1778, appointed by NC Gen. Assy. as the Captain in charge of Fort Johnston. Served until the end of the war.
Ellis, William Bladen County Regiment 1776 1781 1776, a Captain under Col. Thomas Robeson, Jr. 1777, a Captain under Maj. James Richardson. 1780-1781, a Captain under Col. Thomas Brown. 1781, a Major. Moore's Creek Bridge, Heron's Bridge, Guilford Court House, Tory Hole.
Ellison, Alderson Beaufort County Regiment A Captain, dates unknown.
Ellison, Ewan Washington County Regiment 1778 1782 1778, a Captain under Col. John Carter. 1779-1782, a Captain under Col. John Sevier. aka Ewen Ellerson.
Elms, John Guilford County Regiment 1776 1776, a Captain under Col. James Martin. Cherokee Expedition 1776.
Ely, Eli 7th NC Regiment 1777 1778 Was a Lieutenant.  10/12/1777, a Captain under Col. James Hogun.  Retired on 6/1/1778.
Ely, Lemuel 7th NC Regiment 1776 1778 12/17/1776, a Captain under Col. James Hogun to replace Green Bell, who resigned.  Resigned 2/14/1778.  From Bute County. NC. Brandywine Creek (PA), Germantown (PA).
Emmett, James Hillsborough District Minutemen 1775 1778 9/9/1775, a Captain under Col. James Thackston.  4/17/1776, a Captain under Col. Jethro Sumner in the 3rd NC Regiment. Then, a Major on 2/15/1778. Later, a Colonel in NC Militia. Ft. Moultrie #1 (SC), Brandywine Creek (PA), Germantown (PA).
Enloe, John New Bern District Minutemen 1775 1777 9/9/1775, a Captain under Col. Richard Caswell.  4/17/1776, a Captain in the 5th NC Regiment.  Resigned on 10/25/1777.  1779, a Major in NC Militia.   Moore's Creek Bridge, Brandywine Creek (PA), Germantown (PA).
Enochs, David Rowan County Regiment 1778 1778, a Captain under Col. Francis Locke. aka David Enix.
Enochs, Enoch Rowan County Regiment 1780 1780 1780, a Captain under Col. Francis Locke. Spring of 1780, attached to Maj. Thomas Harris and Col. Henry W. Harrington (Richmond County Regiment). POW at the Fall of Charleston, SC, paroled. Siege of Charleston (SC).
Enochs, Gabriel Rowan County Regiment 1780 1781 1780, a Captain under Col. Francis Locke. Spring of 1780, attached to Col. Andrew Hampton (Rutherford County Regiment). Aug. 1781, a Captain under Col. Robert Smith (NC State Legion) and in the Wilmington Expedition. aka Gabriel Enix, Gabriel Enox. Siege of Charleston (SC), Brick House.
Erwin, Alexander Burke County Regiment 1780 1783 1780-1782, a Captain of Light Horse under Col. Charles McDowell. Fall of 1781, in the Wilmington Expedition. 1782, a Captain under Col. Joseph McDowell. 1783, a Lt. Colonel in the Morgan District Brigade. Born on 12/29/1750 in Bucks County, PA. aka Alexander Irvin, Alexander Irvine. Most Privates herein have him as Alexander Irvin, but the Author has since learned that his last name was actually Erwin. Cane Creek, Kings Mountain (SC), Cowpens (SC), Cowan's Ford, Tarrant's Tavern, Cherokee Expedition 1782.
Espey, Samuel Lincoln County Regiment 1780 1781 Was a Private. 1780, a Captain under Col. William Graham.  Wounded at Kings Mountain, SC on 10/7/1780.  1781, a Captain under Col. Joseph Dickson. 1781, also a Captain under Col. James Read then Col. Guilford Dudley in the NC Light Horse Regiment.  His company included so many Loyalists that many Patriots did not want to join. Born on 5/8/1758 in Cumberland  County, PA. aka Samuel Espy.   Wofford's Iron Works (SC), Kings Mountain (SC), Hobkirk's Hill (SC).
Eure, ? Gates County Regiment 1780 1780 1780, a Captain under Col. Kadar Reddick. Went to Charleston, SC, erected breastworks, etc. Discharged before the town surrendered. Siege of Charleston (SC).
Evans, Elijah Granville County Regiment 1781 1781, a Captain under Col. Joseph Taylor.
Evans, James NC Light Horse Regiment 1781 Feb. 1781, a Captain under Col. James Read. 1781, also a Captain under Col. Whitmell Hill (Martin County Regiment). Guilford Court House, Hobkirk's Hill (SC).
Evans, Nathaniel Washington County Regiment 1777 1780 1777-1779, a Captain under Col. John Carter. 1779-1780, a Captain under Col. John Sevier.
Evans, Thomas 2nd NC Regiment 1781 1783 Was an Ensign, a Lieutenant, and an Adjutant.  7/1/1781, a Captain under Maj. Reading Blount.  Transferred to 4th NC Regiment on 2/6/1782.  Retired 1/1/1783. Eutaw Springs (SC).
Evans, Thomas Surry County Regiment 1778 1781 1778-1781, a Captain of Light Horse under Col. Joseph Williams. 1781, a Captain in the recreated NC State Regiment. Richmond Town #2.
Evans, William New Hanover County Regiment 1776 7/12/1776, a known Captain of Militia.
Everington, John Currituck County Regiment 1777 1777, a Captain under Col. Solomon Perkins. Marched to Charleston, SC.
Everitt, ? Martin County Regiment A Captain, dates unknown.
Ewing, Timothy Currituck County Regiment 1780 1780, a Captain under Col. Samuel Jarvis.
Exum, ? Dobbs County Regiment 1781 1781, a Captain under Col. James Darnell.
Exum, Benjamin Dobbs County Regiment 1776 1776 Was a Lieutenant. 1776, a Captain under Col. Abraham Sheppard.  1776, also a full Colonel.
Fabush, Hugh Guilford County Regiment 1780 1780, a Captain of Infantry under Col. James Martin. Kings Mountain (SC).
Faison, Elias Duplin County Regiment 1778 1781 Was a Lieutenant. 1778-1781, a Captain under Col. James Kenan.
Falker, Gaines Surry County Regiment 1780 1780, a Captain under Col. Martin Armstrong.
Falker, James Northern Orange County Regiment 1776 1781 1776, a Captain under Lt. Col. William Moore. Started out on the Cherokee Expedition, forced to turn back due to the lack of wagons and pack horses. 1777 in Caswell County. 1777-1781, a Captain under Col. William Moore.
Falls, David Burke County Regiment 1780 1781 1780-1781, a Captain under Col. Charles McDowell.
Falls, Galbraith Rowan County Regiment 1776 1780 1776-1780, a Captain under Col. Francis Locke. At the battle of Ramseur's Mill under Lt. Col. Frederick Hambright (Lincoln County Regiment) - killed. aka Gilbreath Falls, Gilly Falls, Gilley Falls, Gaby Falls. Cherokee Expedition 1776, Stono Ferry (SC), Ramseur's Mill.
Falls, Gilbert Wake County Regiment 1779 1779, a Captain of Light Horse. Briar Creek (GA).
Falls, James Caswell County Regiment 1778 1779 1778-1779, a Captain under Col. James Saunders. Briar Creek (GA).
Falls, William Rowan County Regiment 1776 1780 1776-1780, a Captain under Col. Francis Locke.  Killed at the battle of Ramseur's Mill. Cherokee Expedition 1776, Ramseur's Mill.
Farbush, Henry Pasquotank County Regiment 1780 1780, a Captain under Col. Thomas Boyd.
Farmer, Thomas Chatham County Regiment 1778 1781 1778-1781, a Captain under Col. Ambrose Ramsey. Aug. 1780, attached to Col. John Collier (Randolph County Regiment) during the Camden, SC expedition. Camden (SC).
Farquhar, James Hillsborough District Minutemen 1775 1780 1775-1776, a Captain under Lt. Col. John Williams and Col. James Thackston. 1777, in Caswell County. 1777-1780, a Captain under Col. James Saunders and Col. William Moore. 1780, also served under Lt. Col. Thomas Taylor (Orange County Regiment). Moore's Creek Bridge.
Farr, James Anson County Regiment 1776 1782 Was a Lieutenant. 1776, a Captain under Lt. Col. David Love. 1777-1782, a Captain under Col. Thomas Wade. Summer 1780, a Captain also under Col. William Lee Davidson (Mecklenburg County Regiment). Fall of 1780, also attached to Brig. Gen. (Pro Tempore) Henry William Harrington. Also attached to SC Col. Abel Kolb at the battles of Anson County. Some claim he was a Major 1780-1781. aka James Fair, James Fare. Cherokee Expedition 1776, Siege of Charleston (SC), Anson County, Beatti's Bridge.
Farragut, George NC State Regiment 1781 1782 Earlier in SC Navy. 1781-1782, a Captain of Infantry in the recreated NC State Regiment.  5/1/1782, a Major in the NC State Regiment. Born on 9/29/1755 on Minorca. Died 1817. Father of Admiral David G. Farragut.
Farrar, John Granville County Regiment 1778 6/6/1778, a Captain under Lt. Col. Archibald Lytle (a Continental officer) in the "New Levies."  7/14/1781, a Captain of Infantry in the recreated NC State Regiment. From Granville County. aka John Farrow.
Fauldis, Gills Burke County Regiment 1780 1780, a Captain under Col. Charles McDowell. Ramseur's Mill.
Faulk, John 2nd Battalion of Militia 1776 6/11/1776, a Captain under Col. Peter Dauge. Unit disbanded on 8/13/1776. 1781, a Captain under Col. James Blount, mostly at the North West Bridge. From Bertie County.
Faulkner, George Pitt County Regiment 1779 1781 Was a Lieutenant. 1779-1781, a Captain under Col. John Simpson. 1779, attached to Col. John Pugh Williams (Bertie County Regiment). 1780, at the Siege of Charleston, SC attached to Col. John Sheppard (Wayne County Regiment). 1781, also under Col. James Gorham.  aka George Fortner, George Falconer, George Folkner.   Briar Creek (GA), Siege of Charleston (SC).
Faulkner, John Northern Orange County Regiment 1776 1781 1776, a Captain under Lt. Col. William Moore. Attached to Col. Ambrose Ramsey for the Cherokee Expedition, but was forced to turn back due to the lack of wagons and pack horses. 1777, in Caswell County. 1777-1781, a Captain under Col. William Moore. Shallow Ford, Rugeley's Mill #2 (SC).
Faust, Peter Rowan County Regiment 1780 1781 Was a Lieutenant. 1780-1781, a Captain under Col. Francis Locke.
Fawn, William 3rd NC Regiment 1780 1783 Was a Lieutenant.  3/10/1780, a Captain-Lieutenant under Lt. Col. Robert Mebane.  POW at the Fall of Charleston, not exchanged  until 11/26/1782.  6/1/1781, a full Captain.  Retired 1/1/1783.  W7237. Siege of Charleston 1780 (SC).
Fear, Edmund Burke County Regiment 1780 Was a Lieutenant. 1780, a Captain under Col. Charles McDowell. aka Edward Fears. Kings Mountain (SC).
Fellows, William Dobbs County Regiment 1775 1775-1776, a Captain under Col. Abraham Sheppard.  6/11/1776, a Captain in the new 1st Battalion of Militia under Col. Thomas Brown.  7/31/1776, had 47 men.  Unit disbanded on 8/13/1776. 1778-1779, a Captain under Col. William Caswell. 7/5/1779, a known Captain under Col. James Glasgow. aka William Fellow. Moore's Creek Bridge.
Fenigood, ? Orange County Regiment 1781 1781, a Captain under Col. William O'Neal. Possibly in the recreated NC State Regiment under Col. Joel Lewis.
Fenner, Robert 2nd NC Regiment 1777 1783 Was a Lieutenant.  5/20/1777, a Captain under Lt. Col. John Patten.  POW at the Fall of Charleston.  Exchanged before 1/24/1782. A brevet Major on 9/30/1783.  Served to the end of the war. Brandywine Creek (PA), Germantown (PA), Monmouth (NJ), Siege of Charleston 1780 (SC).
Fenner, William 2nd NC Regiment 1776 1777 Was a Lieutenant.  5/1/1776, a Captain under Col. Alexander Martin.  Promoted to Major on 10/24/1777 and transferred to 7th NC Regiment. Brandywine Creek (PA), Germantown (PA).
Fentress, James New Hanover County Regiment 1781 1781 Was a Private. Jan. 1781, a Captain of Artillery under Col. Henry Young for three months. Heron's Bridge.
Ferguson, ? Guilford County Regiment 1781 1781 1781, a Captain under Col. James Martin. Killed at the battle of Guilford Court House. Guilford Court House.
Ferguson, Thomas Wilkes County Regiment 1780 Was a Lieutenant. 1780, a Captain under Col. Elijah Isaacs. aka Thomas Forgason.
Ferguson, William Sullivan County Regiment 1779 Was a Lieutenant. 1779, a Captain under Col. Isaac Shelby.
Ferity, William Currituck County Regiment 1775 1775, a Captain under Col. Samuel Jarvis. One source claims he made it to Major. Great Bridge (VA).
Fernoy, ? Caswell County Regiment 1778 1778, a Captain under Col. William Moore. Last name might be Fernay.
Ferrebee, William 4th NC Regiment 1781 1782 Was a Lieutenant.  Promoted to Captain 8/1/1781.  Retired mid-1782.  aka William Ferrabee.
Ferrell, William Franklin County Regiment 1781 1781 Was a Private and a Lieutenant. Aug. 1781, a Captain of Light Horse for about two months - had about 60 men.
Ferry, ? Franklin County Regiment 1781 1781, a Captain under Lt. Col. Thomas Sherrod.
Figures, William Hertford County Regiment 1778 1780 1778-1779, a Captain attached to Col. Thomas Eaton (Bute County Regiment). While marching towards Purrysburg, SC, he resigned at Camden, SC. His company was taken over by Obadiah Roundtree. 1780, a Captain under Col. Matthias Brickell, Jr.
Finch, Henry Johnston County Regiment 1778 1778, a Captain under Col. Joseph Boon, Jr.
Finley, ? Washington County Regiment 1780 1780, a Captain under Col. John Sevier. Kings Mountain (SC).
Fisher, Frederick Rowan County Regiment 1776 1776, a Captain under Col. Francis Locke. Cherokee Expedition 1776.
Fisher, Southy Duplin County Regiment 1776 1781 1776, a Captain under Col. James Kenan. 1781, a Captain under Col. James Moore. Moore's Creek Bridge.
Fitch, ? Orange County Regiment 1781 1781, a Captain under Col. William O'Neal.
Flack, Thomas Guilford County Regiment 1776 1781 1776, a Captain under Col. James Martin. 1778-1779, a Captain under Lt. Col. John Peasley and Lt. Col. Archibald Lytle (a Continental officer). 1781, attached to Col. William O'Neal (Orange County Regiment). Cherokee Expedition 1776, Briar Creek (GA), Guilford Court House.
Flanagan, Samuel Mecklenburg County Regiment 1779 1781 Was a Lieutenant. 1779-1781, a Captain of Rangers under Col. Robert Irwin. At the battle of Hanging Rock, SC under Maj. William Richardson Davie. Hanging Rock (SC).
Fleming, Archibald 2nd Rowan County Regiment 1776 1776, a Captain under Col. Christopher Beekman. 1777, in Burke County.
Fletcher, James Anson County Regiment 1780 1781 1780-1781, a Captain of Light Horse under Col. Thomas Wade. Colson's Mill, Beatti's Bridge.
Fletcher, John Cumberland County Regiment 1779 1781 1779-1780, a Captain under Col. Thomas Matthews. 1781, a Captain under Col. James Emmett. Legat's Bridge.
Fletcher, Lewis Wake County Regiment 1781 1781, a Captain under Col. John Hinton, Jr. Note - this man is most likely Capt. Lewis Bledsoe above.
Fletcher, William Wilkes County Regiment 1778 1781 1778-1781, a Captain under Col. Benjamin Cleveland.  1780, also under Maj. Joseph Herndon. 1781, also under Col. Francis Locke (Rowan County Regiment) and Col. Francois DeMalmedy (NC Light Dragoons). Born in 1758 in Stratford County, VA. Eutaw Springs (SC).
Flewellen, Howard Nash County Regiment 1777 1781 1777, a Captain under Lt. Col. Thomas Hunter. 1781, a Captain under Col. Thomas Hunter. aka Howard Fluellen.
Flewellin, William Halifax County Regiment 1779 1781 Was a Wagon Master in the NC Continental Line. 1779, a Captain of Light Horse under Col. John Whitaker, served about two years. Late 1781, captured by British/Loyalists, paroled. Born on 4/21/1754 in Prince George County, VA.
Flounder, Robert 2nd NC Regiment 1777 1778 Was a 1st Lieutenant.  A Captain on 10/4/1777.  Paymaster 6/1/1778.  Retired 1/1/1783.
Foley, Mason Caswell County Regiment 1781 1781 1781, a Captain under Col. William Moore. Mid-1781, attached to Col. John Luttrell (Chatham County Regiment)., Lindley's Mill, Brown Marsh.
Folsome, Ebenezer Cumberland County Regiment 1775 1776 1775-1776, a Captain under Col. Thomas Rutherford. 4/22/1776, a Lt. Colonel.  5/7/1776, a full Colonel. Moore's Creek Bridge.
Folsome, Israel Cumberland County Regiment 1775 1781 1775, a Captain under Col. Thomas Rutherford. 1781, a Captain under Col. Philip Alston. POW at the House in the Horseshoe, paroled. House in the Horseshoe.
Fonveille, William NC State Regiment 1781 1781, a Captain under Lt. Col. Richard Nixon. From Craven County.
Fooshee, Elijah Chatham County Regiment 1781 Was a Lieutenant. 1781, a Captain under Maj. William Gholson. His father was Simon Fooshee. Born on 12/22/1763 in Orange (what would become Chatham) County, NC.
Foot, Daniel Carteret County Regiment 1781 1782 Was a Lieutenant. 1781, a Captain under Col. Enoch Ward. Beaufort.
Forbes, Henry Camden County Regiment 1780 1780, a Captain under Col. Peter Dauge. 9/5/1780, a known Captain attached to Brig. Gen. (Pro Tempore) Henry William Harrington, stationed at Forks Creek, near Cross Creek. aka Henry Forbis, Henry Ford.
Forbes, John Camden County Regiment 1780 1781 Killed at the battle of Guilford Courthouse. Guilford Court House.
Forbis, Arthur Guilford County Regiment 1775 1781 1775-1776, a Captain of Infantry (the Alamance Company) under Lt. Col. James Martin. 1776-1781, a Captain under Col. James Martin. Severely wounded at the battle of Guilford Court House, died soon thereafter. aka Arthur Forbes. Moore's Creek Bridge, Guilford Court House.
Forbis, John Guilford County Regiment 1780 1781 1780-1781, a Captain under Col. James Martin. Guilford Court House.
Ford, Joseph Washington County Regiment 1782 Was a Private in Burke County, then a Lieutenant. 1782, a Captain under Col. John Sevier. Cherokee Expedition 1782, Lookout Mountain (TN).
Ford, Peter Burke County Regiment 1779 1781 1779-1781, a Captain under Col. Charles McDowell. 1780, attached to Col. Andrew Hampton (Rutherford County Regiment) at Charleston, SC. aka Peter Fort. Siege of Charleston (SC).
Forgay, Samuel Burke County Regiment 1779 1779, a Captain under Col. Charles McDowell.  From what is now McDowell County. aka Samuel Forgey.
Forgery, James Burke County Regiment 1777 Was a Lieutenant. 1777, a Captain under Col. Charles McDowell.
Forman, Caleb Hyde County Regiment 1779 1780 Was a Lieutenant.  1779, a Captain.  A known Captain under Col. William Russell on 5/24/1780.  aka Caleb Foreman.
Forney, Abraham Lincoln County Regiment 1782 Was a Private and a Sergeant. 1782, a Captain under Col. Joseph Dickson. June 1782, took over his brother's company (Peter Forney), who had taken over for Capt. Nicholas Friday. 1782, attached to Col. Joseph McDowell (Burke County Regiment). Cherokee Expedition 1782.
Forney, Peter Lincoln County Regiment 1779 1781 Was a Private and a Lieutenant. 1779-1780, a Captain under Col. William Graham. 1781, a Captain under Col. Joseph Dickson. Aug. 1781, a Captain under Col. Robert Smith (NC State Legion), and in the Wilmington Expedition. Cowan's Ford, Tarrant's Tavern, Brick House.
Forrester, Charles Wilkes County Regiment 1778 1781 1778-1780, a Captain under Col. Benjamin Cleveland. 1780, attached to Lt. Col. Hugh Brevard and Lt. Col. Robert Holmes (Burke County Regiment) at the battle of Ramseur's Mill. 1781, attached to Maj. George Taylor (Burke County Regiment). Ramseur's Mill.
Fort, Elias Duplin County Regiment 1778 1780 1778-1780, a Captain under Col. James Kenan. 1779, attached to Lt. Col. Archibald Lytle (a Continental officer). 1780, in Charleston, SC erecting breastworks, etc. Got sick, went hom, and died soon thereafter. Briar Creek (GA), Siege of Charleston (SC).
Fort, John Duplin County Regiment 1778 1781 Was a Lieutenant. 1778-1781, a Captain of Light Horse under Col. James Kenan.
Foss, Peter Rowan County Regiment 1777 1781 1777-1781, a Captain under Col. Francis Locke. Mostly guarded prisoners at Salisbury. aka Peter Fost. Very likely the same mans a Peter Faust above.
Foster, John Mecklenburg County Regiment 1778 1781 1778-1779, a Captain under Col. George Alexander. 1779-1781, a Captain under Col. Robert Irwin. This man served back and forth between NC and SC units from 1779 to 1782. 1780, at the battle of Hanging Rock, SC under Maj. William Richardson Davie. 1781, in SC unit. Hanging Rock (SC).
Fowler, Bullard Wake County Regiment 1781 1781, a Captain under Col. John Hinton, Jr.
Fowler, Samuel Granville County Regiment 1778 1778, a Captain under Col. Joseph Taylor. This man is probably the same man as Capt. Samuel Fuller below - different sources, difficult to prove one way or the other.
Fox, Miles Onslow County Regiment 1780 1780, a Captain under Col. Henry Rhodes. Died while marching to Cross Creek. His Lieutenant, Basil Grant, took over his company.
Fox, Moses Onslow County Regiment 1777 8/1/1777, a known Captain under Col. William Cray.
Fox, William Onslow County Regiment 1779 1779, a Captain under Col. Henry Rhodes. Died while marching to Cross Creek. His Lieutenant, Reuben Grant, took over his company.
Foy, James Onslow County Regiment 1780 Was a Private and a Lieutenant. 1780, a Captain under Lt. Col. Thomas Johnston. Aug. 1780, attached to Col. Thomas Owen (Bladen County Regiment) during the Camden, SC expedition. Camden (SC).
Franklin, Jesse Hardin Wilkes County Regiment 1780 1781 Was a Lieutenant. 1780-1781, a Captain under Col. Benjamin Cleveland. Also served under Col. Benjamin Herndon. 1781, a Major. Born on 3/24/1760 in Orange County, VA. Kings Mountain (SC), Haw River, Dickey's Farm, Whitesell's Mill.
Frazier, James Wake County Regiment 1779 1781 1779-1781, a Captain under Col. John Hinton, Jr.
Free, Jacob Surry County Regiment 1775 1778 1775-1777, a Captain under Col. Martin Armstrong. 1777, in Wilkes County. 1777-1778, a Captain under Col. Benjamin Cleveland. aka Jacob Ferree. Cherokee Expedition 1776.
Freeman, James Surry County Regiment 1780 1781 Was a Lieutenant. 1780-1781, a Captain under Col. Martin Armstrong. Aug. 1780, attached to Maj. John Armstrong (a Continental officer) during the Camden, SC expedition. Camden (SC).
French, Joseph Wilmington District Minutemen 1775 1776 9/9/1775, a Captain under Col. John Alexander Lillington.   Moore's Creek Bridge.
Friday, Nicholas Lincoln County Regiment 1782 1782, a Captain under Col. Joseph Dickson.
Frisal, William Lincoln County Regiment 1781 1781, a Captain under Col. Joseph Dickson.
Frost, James Guilford County Regiment 1779 1781 1779-1781, a Captain under Col. James Martin. At some time, under Lt. Col. Frederick Hambright (Lincoln County Regiment). Guilford Court House.
Frost, Jonas Guilford County Regiment 1779 1780 Was a Lieutenant. 1779-1780, a Captain under Col. James Martin. 1780, attached to Lt. Col. Archibald Lytle (a Continental officer) during the Siege of Charleston, SC. At some time, under Lt. Col. Frederick Hambright (Lincoln County Regiment). Siege of Charleston (SC).
Fulford, John Carteret County Regiment 1781 1782 1781-1782, a Captain of the White Oak Company under Lt. Col. John Easton and Col. Enoch Ward. Beaufort.
Fullenwider, Henry Mecklenburg County Regiment 1780 1781 1780, a Captain under Col. William Lee Davidson. 1780-1781, a Captain under Col. Caleb Phifer.
Fuller, Brittain Randolph County Regiment 1780 1780, a Captain of Light Horse under Col. John Collier.
Fuller, Jones Granville County Regiment 1780 1781 Was a Lieutenant. 1780-1781, a Captain under Col. Joseph Taylor.  Late 1780, attached to Lt. Col. Thomas Farmer (Orange County Regiment). aka James Fuller.   Cowan's Ford, Tarrant's Tavern.
Fuller, Samuel Granville County Regiment 1778 2/3/1778, a known Captain under Col. Robert Harris.
Fuller, Spivey Granville County Regiment 1781 1781, a Captain under Col. Joseph Taylor.
Fuzzell, Aaron Warren County Regiment 1779 1783 1779, a Captain under Col. Thomas Eaton.  Attached to Col. Jonas Johnston (Edgecombe County Regiment) during the Purrysburg, SC expedition. 1780-1783, a Captain under Col. Herbert Haynes. aka Aaron Fuzzles.
Gaillard, ? Wayne County Regiment 1781 1781, a Captain under Col. John Sheppard.
Gains, James Surry County Regiment 1780 1781 1780-1781, a Captain under Col. Martin Armstrong. 1781, a Captain also under Lt. Col. William Shepherd and Lt. Col. Joseph Winston. Fall of 1781, a Captain under Col. Robert Smith (NC State Legion) and in the Wilmington Expedition. aka James Gaines. Shallow Ford, Whitesell's Mill, Guilford Court House, Lindley's Mill, Eutaw Springs (SC).
Galbreath, William Wilkes County Regiment 1779 1781 1779-1780, a Captain under Col. Benjamin Cleveland. 1780-1781, a Captain under Maj. Samuel Henderson (NC Light Dragoons). Cowpens (SC), Guilford Court House.
Gambill, Martin Wilkes County Regiment 1782 Was a Private, a Sergeant, an Ensign, and a Lieutenant. 1782, a Captain under Col. Benjamin Cleveland. Suspended for killing a Loyalist. aka Martin Gambrill, Martin Gambrell, Martin Gamble.
Gamble, Edmund NC Light Dragoons 1779 1781 Was an Ensign in the NC Continental Line and a Lieutenant in the NC Light Dragoons. 1779-1781, a QM and a Captain under Col. Francois DeMalmedy. 1781, in charge of the Public Magazine at Salisbury. aka Edward Gamble. Stono Ferry (SC), Siege of Savannah (GA).
Gandy, Edward Nash County Regiment 1781 1781 Was a Lieutenant. 1781, a Captain under Lt. Col. William Thomas Linton and Col. Thomas Hunter. Guilford Court House.
Gann, Thomas Washington County Regiment 1781 Was a Private. 1781, a Captain under Col. John Sevier.
Ganns, William Mecklenburg County Regiment 1778 1779 1778-1779, a Captain in the "New Levies" under Lt. Col. Archibald Lytle (a Continental officer). Stono Ferry (SC).
Gardner, James 2nd NC Regiment 1776 1777 May 1776, a Captain.  Resigned 5/15/1777.
Gardner, William Mecklenburg County Regiment 1780 1781 Was an Ensign. 1780, a Captain under Col. George Alexander. Sep. 1780, a Captain under Col. William Richardson Davie (NC State Cavalry-Western District). 1781, a Captain under Col. Caleb Phifer, and at some time under Col. William Lofton (Montgomery County Regiment). aka William Gardener. Camden (SC), Charlotte.
Garland, John Dobbs County Regiment 1775 1779 1775, a Captain under Col. Abraham Sheppard. 10/4/1775, appointed a Captain in the New Bern District Minutemen under Col. Richard Caswell. 1779, a Captain under Col. John Herritage in the newly-created NC State Regiment. Moore's Creek Bridge.
Garner, James Mecklenburg County Regiment 1780 1781 1780-1781, a Captain under Col. Caleb Phifer. aka James Gardner.
Garrett, John Lincoln County Regiment 1780 1780, a Captain under Col. William Graham.
Garrison, James Bute County Regiment 1775 1775, a Captain under Col. William Person.
Garrison, John Rowan County Regiment 1781 1781, a Captain under Col. Francis Locke.
Gaskill, Adam Carteret County Regiment 1777 Was a Lieutenant. 7/30/1779, identified as Capt. Adam Gaskel over the Ocracoke Independent Company.  1781, identified as Capt. Adam Gaskins, under Lt. Col. John Easton.
Gaster, Henry Cumberland County Regiment 1780 1781 1780, a Captain under Col. Philip Alston. 1781, a Captain under Col. James Emmett. aka Henry Gaston, Henry Gasten.
Gaston, Alexander 1781 A Captain in Militia.  Murdered by Loyalists on 8/20/1781.
Gaston, Robert 2nd NC Regiment 1776 1776 Feb. 1776, a Captain under Lt. Col. Alexander Martin.  Left the service before Dec. 1776. Ft. Moultrie #1 (SC).
Gates, ? Wilkes County Regiment 1781 1781, a Captain under Col. Benjamin Cleveland.
Gates, Josiah Guilford County Regiment 1780 1782 Was a Lieutenant. 1780-1781, a Captain under Col. James Martin. 1782, led the Lifeguards of Gov. Alexander Martin. aka Isaiah Gates. Guilford Court House.
Gatewood, Dudley Caswell County Regiment 1781 1781, an Acting Captain attached to Lt. Col. Thomas Farmer (Orange County Regiment) when Spillsby Coleman got sick.
Gatlin, Hardy Craven County Regiment 1781 1781, a Captain under Col. John Tilman. Also served under Col. Benjamin Exum (Wayne County Regiment).
Gatlin, Thomas Dobbs County Regiment 1781 1781, a Captain under Col. James Darnell. Might be from Craven County.
Gatling, Arthur Gates County Regiment 1778 1779 1778-1779, a Captain in the "New Levies" under Lt. Col. Archibald Lytle (a Continental officer). aka Arthur Gasling, Arthur Gasting. Charleston Neck (SC), Stono Ferry (SC).
Gatling, Edward New Bern District Minutemen 1776 1776 1776, a Captain under Col. Richard Caswell. From Dobbs County. Moore's Creek Bridge.
Gaudy, Edward Nash County Regiment 1781 1781 Was a Lieutenant. 1781, a Captain of Light Horse under Lt. Col. John Bond. March 1781, attached to Col. James Read (NC Light Horse Regiment) at the battle of Guilford Court House. 1781, a Major. aka Edward Gandy. Guilford Court House.
Gause, Charles Brunswick County Regiment 1780 1781 1780-1781, a Captain under Col. Edward Wingate. Hood's Creek.
Gaylord, Jerry Hyde County Regiment 1782 1782, a Captain under Col. Abraham Jones. aka Jerry Gayland.
Gaylord, Stephen Hyde County Regiment 1779 6/30/1779, a known Captain under Col. Rhotheas Latham.  5/24/1780, a known Captain under Col. William Russell.  aka Stephen Garland, Stephen Gaylard.
Gee, James 2nd NC Regiment 1776 1777 Was a Lieutenant.  5/2/1776, a Captain under Col. Alexander Martin.  Died 11/12/1777 of wounds he received at the battle of Brandywine Creek, PA. Ft. Moultrie #1 (SC), Brandywine Creek (PA).
Gentry, Meshack Caswell County Regiment 1780 1781 1780, a Captain of Mounted Riflemen under Col. James Saunders. At the battle of Hanging Rock, SC under Maj. William Richardson Davie (Independent Corps of Light Horse). At the battle of Rugeley's Mill #2 (SC) attached to VA Lt. Col. William Washington. At the battle of Eutaw Springs, SC under Lt. Col. Archibald Murphy. Hanging Rock (SC), Rugeley's Mill #2 (SC), Eutaw Springs (SC).
George, Presley Chatham County Regiment 1777 1778 1777-1778, a Captain under Col. Ambrose Ramsey.
George, William Dobbs County Regiment 1780 1781 1780, a Captain under Col. James Glasgow. Also served under Col. John Spicer (Onslow County Regiment). 1781, a Captain under Col. James Darnell. Turned his company over to Daniel Simmons.
Gholson, Charles Chatham County Regiment 1776 1782 1776-1778, a Captain under Col. Ambrose Ramsey. 1778-1779, a Captain in the "New Levies" under Lt. Col. Archibald Lytle (a Continental officer). In the Purrysburg, SC expedition, no known engagements. 1781, a Captain of Light Horse under Col. John Luttrell. 1782, attached to Col. John Collier (Randolph County Regiment). Many men assert he was a Major. aka Charles Goldstone, Charles Goldston. Lindley's Mill, Bear Creek, Gholson's Farm, Deep River #2.
Gholson, John Chatham County Regiment 1780 1781 1780-1781, a Captain of Light Horse under Col. Ambrose Ramsey, then Maj. William Gholson.
Gholson, William Chatham County Regiment 1778 1781 August 1778, a Captain of Light Horse under Col. Ambrose Ramsey. At the battle of Kings Mountain under Col. Benjamin Cleveland (Wilkes County Regiment). 1781, a Major and a Lt. Colonel. aka William E. Goldson, William Goldston. Kings Mountain (SC).
Gibble, Didderick Carteret County Regiment 1781 1782 Was an Ensign. 1781-1782, a Captain under Lt. Col. John Easton. aka Dedrick Gibble. Beaufort.
Gibbs, Benjamin Hyde County Regiment 1779 1781 6/30/1779, a known Captain under Col. Rhotheas Latham.  1781, attached to Col. James Gorham (Pitt County Regiment).
Gibbs, Joseph Jr. Hyde County Regiment 1780 A known Captain under Col. William Russell on 5/24/1780.  Still in service 10/4/1780.
Gibbs, Wiliam Granville County Regiment 1778 1778, a Captain under Col. Joseph Taylor.
Gibson, ? Bladen County Regiment 1780 1780, a Captain under Col. Thomas Owen.
Gibson, James Washington County Regiment 1777 1782 1777-1779, a Captain under Col. John Carter. 1779-1782, a Captain under Col. John Sevier. Killed at Lookout Mountain (TN) on 9/20/1782. Boyd's Creek (TN), Cherokee Expedition 1782, Lookout Mountain (TN).
Gibson, Sylvester Anson County Regiment 1781 1781, a Captain under Col. Thomas Wade.
Giddings, James Surry County Regiment 1779 1781 1779-1781, a Captain under Col. Martin Armstrong. aka James Gidens, James Gidons, James Gittens, James Gideons. Kings Mountain (SC).
Giles, John Johnston County Regiment 1780 1781 1780-1781, a Captain under Col. John Smith. 1781, also served under Col. John Sitgreaves (Craven County Regiment) and Col. James Kenan (Duplin County Regiment). Rockfish Creek.
Gilkey, Robert Rutherford County Regiment 1779 1780 1779-1780, a Captain under Col. Andrew Hampton. aka Robert Gilky. Ramseur's Mill, Thicketty Fort (SC).
Gill, Joseph Granville County Regiment 1776 1776, a Captain under Col. Joseph Taylor.
Gill, William Granville County Regiment 1778 1780 1778, a Captain of Light Horse under Lt. Col. Thornton Yancey. 1779, a Captain under Lt. Col. Archibald Lytle (a Continental officer). 1780, a Captain under Col. Francois DeMalmedy (NC Light Dragoons). POW at the Fall of Charleston, SC, paroled. 1780, a Major. Siege of Charleston (SC).
Gillespie, Daniel Guilford County Regiment 1776 1782 1776-1782, a Captain of Light Horse under Col. James Martin. 1779, at the battle of Stono Ferry, SC under Col. Francois DeMalmedy (NC Light Dragoons). Sep. 1780, a Captain under Col. William Richardson Davie (NC State Cavalry-Western District). 1781, at the battle of Eutaw Springs, SC under Lt. Col. John Humphreys. Stono Ferry (SC), Wahab's Plantation (SC), Charlotte, Cowpens (SC), Haw River, Whitesell's Mill, Guilford Court House, Eutaw Springs (SC).
Gillespie, James 1st Battalion of Volunteers 1776 1782 Was a Lieutenant. 11/25/1776, a Captain under Col. Abraham Sheppard. Unit disbanded on 4/10/1777.  1780-1781, a Captain of Light Horse under Col. James Kenan. 1782, a Captain under Lt. Col. Charles Ward. Heron's Bridge, Rockfish Creek, Tory Hole.
Gillespie, John Wilkes County Regiment 1779 1781 2/12/1779, a Captain of Light Horse under Col. Benjamin Cleveland.  From Guilford County, then later in 1779, in Randolph County.  Sep. 1780, a Captain under Col. William Richardson Davie (NC State Cavalry-Western District). Fall of 1781, a Captain under Col. Robert Smith (NC State Legion), and in the Wilmington Expedition. Wahab's Plantation (SC), Raft Swamp, Evacuation of Wilmington.
Gillespie, Robert NC State Regiment 1782 1782, a Captain in the NC State Regiment under Col. Joel Lewis. From Johnston County.
Gillespie, Robert Rowan County Regiment 1778 1781 1778-1781, a Captain under Col. Francis Locke. 1781, a Major.
Gilliam, William Granville County Regiment 1779 1781 1779-1781, a Captain of Infantry under Col. Joseph Taylor. Fall of 1780, attached to Col. William Moore (Caswell County Regiment). aka William Gillum. Rugeley's Mill #2 (SC).
Gilmore, ? Burke County Regiment 1779 1781 1779-1781, a Captain under Col. Charles McDowell.  Cowpens (SC).
Gilmore, Hugh Cumberland County Regiment 1776 1780 1776, a Captain under Col. Alexander McAllister. 1780, a Captain under Col. Thomas Matthews.
Gilmore, Samuel Cumberland County Regiment 1780 1781 1780, a Captain under Col. Robert Rowan. 1781, a Captain under Col. James Emmett.
Gilreath, William Wilkes County Regiment 1779 Was a Lieutenant. 1779, a Captain under Benjamin Cleveland. At the battle of Briar Creek, GA attached to Lt. Col. Hugh Brevard (Burke County Regiment). Then a Lieutenant again and a Private. 1781, a Captain again. Briar Creek (GA).
Givens, Samuel Mecklenburg County Regiment 1780 1780 1780, a Captain under Col. George Alexander. At the battle of Ramseur's Mill under Maj. Robert Wilson. POW at the battle of Camden, SC. aka Samuel Givins. Ramseur's Mill, Colson's Mill, Little Lynches Creek (SC), Camden (SC).
Givens, Thomas Mecklenburg County Regiment 1780 Was a Lieutenant. 1780, a Captain under Col. Caleb Phifer. Took over the company of Samuel Givens, who was a POW at the battle of Camden, SC.
Gloeback, Baron de NC Light Dragoons 1781 1781 See DeGloeback, Baron above. One source asserts his entire name was Peter William Joseph Ludwig, Baron de Glaubeck, from Austria.  
Glenn, Duke Anson County Regiment 1781 Was an Ensign. 1781, a Captain under Col. Thomas Wade. Beatti's Bridge.
Glenn, Thompson Surry County Regiment 1781 1781, a Captain under Lt. Col. Robert Lanier.
Glenn, William Guilford County Regiment 1779 1781 1779-1781, a Captain under Lt. Col./Col. John Peasley.
Glisson, Bryan Duplin County Regiment 1779 1779, a Captain under Col. James Kenan.
Glover, William 6th NC Regiment 1776 1778 Was a Lieutenant.  5/7/1776, a Captain.  Resigned 4/1/1777.
Godley, John Pitt County Regiment 1781 1781, a Captain under Col. James Gorham. aka John Godby, John Gadby.
Gooch, Gideon Granville County Regiment 1781 1782 1781-1782, a Captain under Col. Joseph Taylor.
Goode, Richard Surry County Regiment 1775 1778 1775-1776, a Captain under Lt. Col. Joseph Williams and Col. Martin Armstrong. 1776-1778, a Captain under Col. Joseph Williams. 1778, a Major. aka Richard Gold. Moore's Creek Bridge, Cherokee Expedition 1776, French Broad River.
Goodloe, Robert Halifax District Minutemen 1775 1781 1775, a Captain under Col. Nicholas Long. 1775, in Bute County. 1779, in Franklin County. 1779-1781, a Captain under Col. Benjamin Seawell (Franklin County Regiment). Norfolk (VA).
Goodman, H. Dobbs County Regiment 1778 1781 1778-1779, a Captain under Col. William Caswell. Too late for the battle of Briar Creek, GA, but nearby. 1780-1781, a Captain under Col. James Darnell.
Goodman, John Edgecombe County Regiment 1781 Aug. 1781, a Captain under Col. Exum Lewis. Also served under Col. William Brickell (Franklin County Regiment).
Goodman, William 4th NC Regiment 1776 1781 Was a Lieutenant. 11/27/1776, a Captain under Col. Thomas Polk then Col. James Armstrong until Dec. 1778.  Feb. 1779, in NC Light Dragoons (State Troops) under Col. Francois DeMalmedy. Spring of 1781, a Captain under Maj. Reading Blount (2nd NC Regiment).  Killed at Eutaw Springs, SC on September 8, 1781. Brandywine Creek (PA), Germantown (PA), Briar Creek (GA), Stono Ferry (SC), Eutaw Springs (SC).
Goodwin, Christopher 2nd NC Regiment 1779 1781 Was a Lieutenant. Jan. 1779, a Captain in the "New Levies" under Lt. Col. Archibald Lytle (a Continental officer) and Lt. Col. Caleb Phifer. Summer 1779, under Col. Francois DeMalmedy (NC Light Dragoons - State Troops). 1781, a Captain under Maj. Reading Blount (NC 2nd Regiment). Killed at the battle of Eutaw Springs, SC on September 8, 1781. From Bladen County. aka Christopher Gooding, Christopher Goodin, Christopher Gooden. Briar Creek (GA), Eutaw Springs (SC).
Gordon, Alexander Wilkes County Regiment 1781 1782 1781, a Captain of Infantry under Col. Benjamin Cleveland. At the battle of Eutaw Springs, SC attached to Col. Francois DeMalmedy (NC Light Dragoons). 1782, a Captain under Col. Elijah Isaacs. Siege of Ninety-Six 1781 (SC), Eutaw Springs (SC).
Gordon, Charles NC State Regiment 1779 1782 1779, a Captain under Col. John Herritage in the NC State Regiment.  1780-1781, a Captain under Col. Benjamin Cleveland (Wilkes County Regiment). Wounded at the battle of Kings Mountain, SC. 7/14/1781, a Captain of Infantry in the newly-recreated NC State Regiment under Maj. Joel Lewis. 5/15/1782, a known Captain in the NC State Regiment. 8/1/1782, promoted to Major under Col. Joel Lewis. From Wilkes County. Stono Ferry (SC), Camden (SC), Kings Mountain (SC), Haw River, Guilford Court House, Siege of Ninety-Six 1781 (SC), Eutaw Springs (SC).
Gordon, Francis Rowan County Regiment 1780 1780, a Captain under Col. Francis Locke.
Gordon, George Rowan County Regiment 1781 1781, a Captain under Col. Francis Locke.
Gordon, Nathaniel Wilkes County Regiment 1781 1781 Was a Lieutenant. 1781, a Captain under Col. Benjamin Cleveland. Also served under Col. Martin Armstrong (Surry County Regiment). Mid-1781, a Major. Big Glades.
Gordon, O. Wilkes County Regiment 1780 1780 1780, a Captain under Col. Benjamin Cleveland. Spring of 1780, in Charleston, SC attached to Col. Andrew Hampton (Rutherford County Regiment) erecting breastworks, etc. Unclear if his unit was taken prisoners or not. Siege of Charleston (SC).
Gordon, Thomas Wilkes County Regiment 1780 1781 1780, a Captain under Col. Benjamin Cleveland. Also served under Col. Francis Locke (Rowan County Regiment). 1781, a Captain under Col. Benjamin Herndon.
Gorham, John Pitt County Regiment 1781 1781, a Captain under Col. John Salter, then under Col. James Gorham.
Graham, Ben Guilford County Regiment 1780 1780, a Captain of the Rockingham Company under Col. James Martin. Last name might be Grimes.
Graham, John Rowan County Regiment 1775 1782 11/11/1775, nominated for Captain by the Rowan County Committee of Safety under Col. Griffith Rutherford. 1776-1780, a Captain under Col. Francis Locke. Apparently active in 1782, or another man with the same name. Ninety-Six 1775 (SC), Great Cane Brake (SC), Snow Campaign (SC), Cherokee Expedition 1776, Colson's Mill.
Graham, Joseph NC State Cavalry-Western District 1780 1781 Was a Sergeant in the NC Continental Line. Then, an Adjutant and a Lieutenant in NC Militia. Sep. 1780, a Captain under Maj. Joseph Dickson and Col. William Richardson Davie.  Badly wounded at Charlotte  on 9/26/1780. Jan. 1781, a Captain under Col. Robert Irwin (Mecklenburg County Regiment). Early 1781, often attached to VA Lt. Col. Henry "Light Horse Harry" Lee. Aug. 1781, a Major. From Mecklenburg County during the war.  Born in Chester County, PA.  Died in Lincoln County, NC. Charlotte, Polk's Mill, Cowan's Ford, Tarrant's Tavern, Trading Ford, Shallow Fords of the Yadkin, Hart's Mill, Haw River, Clapp's Mill #1, Clapp's Mill #2, Whitesell's Mill.
Graham, Richard 2nd NC Regiment 1778 1781 Was a Lieutenant. Jan. 1778, a Captain in the 2nd NC Regiment.  April 1778, a Captain in the "New Levies," considered by most not on the Continental Line. Official rolls assert he retired 6/1/1778. 1778-1781, a Captain under Col. Francis Locke (Rowan County Regiment). 1779-1780, also attached to Col. Andrew Hampton (Rutherford County Regiment) at Charleston, SC erecting breastworks, etc. 1781, also attached to Col. Joseph Williams (Surry County Regiment). From Rowan County. Stono Ferry (SC), Siege of Charleston (SC), Cowan's Ford, Tarrant's Tavern, Guilford Court House.
Graham, William Lincoln County Regiment 1780 1780 1780, a Captain under Col. William Graham. Attached to SC Col. James Williams during the battle of Kings Mountain, SC. Kings Mountain (SC).
Grainger, Caleb 1st NC Regiment 1775 1777 9/1/1775, a Captain under Col. James Moore.  Promoted to Major on 2/5/1777.  From New Hanover County, NC.
Grainger, John Dobbs County Regiment 1780 1781 Earlier a Lieutenant and an Ensign.  11/4/1780, a known Captain under Col. James Glasgow. Summer of 1781, a Captain under Lt. Col. Richard Nixon in the recreated NC State Regiment. Hobkirk's Hill (SC).
Granbury, Thomas Edenton District Minutemen 1775 1777 9/9/1775, a Captain under Col. Edward Vail, Sr..  4/17/1776, a Captain under Col. Jethro Sumner in the 3rd NC Regiment.  Court-martialed for forging and selling discharges.  Cashiered and resigned on  12/27/1777.  A prisoner in May 1779 as a volunteer in VA unit, held two years.  aka Thomas Granberry, Thomas Grandbury.  S41592. Ft. Moultrie #1 (SC), Brandywine Creek (PA), Germantown (PA).
Grandy, Charles Camden County Regiment 1778 1779 1778-1779, a Captain under Col. Isaac Gregory. 1779, a Major.
Grant, Basil Onslow County Regiment 1780 1781 Was a Lieutenant. 1780-1781, a Captain under Col. John Spicer. aka Bazell Grant, Bisell Grant.
Grant, Reuben Onslow County Regiment 1777 1779 Was an Ensign and a Lieutenant. 1779, a Captain under Col. Henry Rhodes. Late 1779, a Lt. Colonel.
Grant, Stu Onslow County Regiment 1777 8/1/1777, a Captain under Col. William Cray.
Grantham, John Bladen County Regiment 1781 1781, a Captain of Light Horse under Col. Thomas Owen.
Grantham, John Dobbs County Regiment 1778 1781 Was a Lieutenant. 1778-1779, a Captain under Col. William Caswell. 1779, in Wayne County. 1779-1781, a Captain under Col. Benjamin Exum.
Grantham, Thomas Dobbs County Regiment 1779 1780 7/5/1779, a known Captain of Light Horse under Col. James Glasgow. 1779, in Wayne County. 1779-1780, a Captain under Col. Benjamin Exum.
Graves, John Herndon Caswell County Regiment 1777 1781 1777-1781, a Captain under Col. William Moore. Aug. 1780, a Captain attached to Col. John Collier (Randolph County Regiment) during the Camden, SC expedition. Little Lynches Creek (SC), Camden (SC).
Gray, James 2nd Battalion of Militia 1776 1777 Was an Adjutant.  6/11/1776, a Captain under Col. Peter Dauge. 7/31/1776, a known Captain with 37 men. Unit disbanded on 8/13/1776. 1777, a Captain under Col. Exum Lewis (Edgecombe County Regiment). From Edgecombe County.
Gray, James Onslow County Regiment 1777 1780 8/1/1777, a known Captain under Col. William Cray. Also 1778-1780. Marched towards Camden, SC, too late.
Gray, James 2nd Rowan County Regiment 1776 1780 1776, a Captain under Col. William Sharpe. 1777, in Burke County. 1777-1780, a Captain under Col. Charles McDowell. 1780, also served under Lt. Col. John Earle (Rutherford County Regiment). Cherokee Expedition 1776.
Gray, James Rutherford County Regiment 1781 Was a Private.  1781, a Captain under Lt. Col. James Miller and Col. Andrew Hampton.  From what is now Polk County.
Gray, John Halifax District Minutemen 1775 1778 9/9/1775, a Captain under Col. Nicholas Long.  4/17/1776, a Captain under Col. Jethro Sumner in the 3rd NC Regiment.  Retired 6/1/1778.  One source asserts he died while in service in late 1777. From Edgecombe County. Ft. Moultrie #1 (SC).
Gray, John Pasquotank County Regiment 1781 1781, a Captain under Col. Thomas Boyd. Stationed at the Great Bridge in VA (?).
Gray, Thomas Wake County Regiment 1780 1780, eight tours as a Captain under Col. John Hinton, Jr.
Gray, William Randolph County Regiment 1779 1782 Was an Ensign. 1779-1782, a Captain of Light Horse under Col. John Collier. Also served under Lt. Col. James Dougan. Cowpens (SC), Guilford Court House, Cox's Mill #1.
Gray, William Wilkes County Regiment 1780 1780 Was a Private and a Lieutenant. 1780, a Captain for three months under Col. Benjamin Cleveland.
Green, Alexander Washington County Regiment 1781 1781, a Captain under Maj. Landon Carter and Col. John Sevier.
Green, Benjamin Halifax District Minutemen 1775 1775, a Captain under Col. Nicholas Long.
Green, Farniford Craven County Regiment A Captain, dates unknown. Primarily guarded the jail in New Bern.
Green, James Craven County Regiment 1778 1781 1778-1779, a Captain under Col. John Bryan. 1779, in Jones County. 1779-1781, a Captain under Col. Waightstill Avery and Col. Francis Avery. 1781, also attached to Col. James Kenan (Duplin County Regiment). Rockfish Creek.
Green, Joseph Dobbs County Regiment 1775 1776 1775-1776, a Captain under Col. Abraham Sheppard.  6/11/1776, a Captain in the new 1st Battalion of Militia under Col. Thomas Brown.  7/31/1776, had 52 men. Unit disbanded on 8/13/1776. aka Joseph Greene. Moore's Creek Bridge.
Green, Nathan Halifax County Regiment 1781 1781 Was a Private and a Lieutenant. 1781, a Captain under Col. James Allen. Also served under Maj. Hardy Griffin (Nash County Regiment).
Green, William 1st NC Regiment 1775 1776 9/1/1775, a Captain under Col. James Moore.  Resigned 1/4/1776 (Company dissolved). 1776, a Captain under Col. William Person, then Col. Thomas Eaton in the Bute County Regiment of Militia. From Bute County. Moore's Creek Bridge.
Greenwood, James Caswell County Regiment 1780 1781 1780-1781, a Captain of Light Horse under Col. James Saunders.
Greenwood, William Orange County Regiment 1778 1781 1778-1779, a Captain under Col. Alexander Mebane. 1779-1781, a Captain under Col. William O'Neal. Cowan's Ford, Tarrant's Tavern.
Greer, Benjamin Wilkes County Regiment 1779 1779, a Captain under Col. Benjamin Cleveland.
Greers, Nicholas Richmond County Regiment 1780 1781 1780-1781, a Captain under Col. Charles Medlock.
Gregory, ? Tyrrell County Regiment 1781 1781, a Captain under Col. James Long. Eutaw Springs (SC).
Gregory, Dempsey 10th NC Regiment 1777 1778 4/19/1777, a Captain under Col. Abraham Sheppard.  Resigned on 5/20/1778.
Gregory, Thomas Chatham County Regiment 1780 1781 1780-1781, a Captain under Col. Ambrose Ramsey. 1781, also attached to Lt. Col. Robert Mebane (a Continental officer).
Gregory, Thomas Hertford County Regiment 1781 1781, a Captain under Col. George Wynns. Also served under Col. Peter Dauge (Camden County Regiment) and Col. James Blount (Chowan County Regiment). Stationed at the North West River Bridge in Currituck County, NC.
Gregory, William Hertford County Regiment 1781 1781, a Captain under Col. George Wynns.
Gresham, Davis Orange County Regiment 1778 1782 First in VA unit. 1778-1780, a Captain of Light Dragoons under Col. Alexander Mebane. 1780-1782, a Captain under Col. Hugh Tinnen. Aug. 1780, attached to Col. John Collier (Randolph County Regiment) during the Camden, SC expedition. Late 1780/early 1781, a Captain under Lt. Col. Thomas Taylor and Col. Francois DeMalmedy (NC Light Dragoons). 1781, also under Lt. Col. Thomas Farmer. Lived in what is now Durham County. aka Davis Grissom, Davis Grissum. Camden (SC), Guilford Court House, Eutaw Springs (SC).
Griffin, Edmund Johnston County Regiment 1780 1781 1780-1781, a Captain under Col. John Smith. 1781, also served under Col. Henry Young (New Hanover County Regiment). During 1781, many of his men contracted Smallpox and died, leaving him with only 11 men.
Griffin, Hardy Nash County Regiment 1779 1781 1779-1781, a Captain under Col. James Clinch. 1781, a Major.
Griffin, John Orange County Regiment 1778 1781 1778-1779, a Captain in the "New Levies" under Lt. Col. Archibald Lytle (a Continental officer) for nine months. 1780-1781, a Captain under Col. William O'Neal. 1781, a Major. aka John Griffey, John Griffee, John Griffith. Briar Creek (GA), Stono Ferry (SC).
Griffin, William Chatham County Regiment 1779 1781 1779-1781, a Captain of Light Horse under Col. Ambrose Ramsey. Kings Mountain (SC), Cox's Mill #1, Lindley's Mill.
Griffith, Roger Chatham County Regiment 1780 1781 Was a Lieutenant. 1780-1781, a Captain under Col. Ambrose Ramsey. Also served under Col. William O'Neal (Orange County Regiment). 1781, a Major. aka Roger Griffey. Siege of Charleston (SC).
Grimes, Barry Duplin County Regiment 1781 1781, a Captain under Col. James Kenan. aka Berry Grimes.
Grimes, John Rowan County Regiment 1780 1781 Was a Lieutenant. 1780-1781, a Captain under Col. Francis Locke.
Grimes, Joseph Duplin County Regiment 1779 1780 Was a Lieutenant. 1779-1780, a Captain under Col. James Kenan. 1780, attached to Col. John Hinton, Jr. (Wake County Regiment) at the Siege of Charleston, SC. At some time, also served under Col. Thomas Matthews (Cumberland County Regiment). Siege of Charleston (SC).
Grimes, Sampson Duplin County Regiment 1776 1776, a Captain under Col. James Kenan.
Grimminger, Frederick Rowan County Regiment 1781 1781, a Captain under Col. Francis Locke. Also served under Col. William Lofton (Montgomery County Regiment). Most likely the same man as Frederick Kremminger below. aka Frederick Cromanger, Frederick Criminger, Frederick Griminger.
Groves, William 5th NC Regiment 1777 1778 Was a Lieutenant.  8/17/1777, a Captain.  Retired 6/1/1778.  aka William Graves.
Guess, Joseph Washington County Regiment 1778 1781 1778-1779, a Captain under Col. John Carter. 1779-1781, a Captain under Col. John Sevier.
Guess, Joshua 1st Battalion of Militia 1776 1781 Was an Ensign.  7/31/1776, a known Captain with 36 men under Col. Thomas Brown. Unit disbanded on 8/13/1776. 1781, a Captain under Lt. Col. Thomas Armstrong (Cumberland County Regiment). From Cumberland County. aka Joshua Guest, Joshua Gest, Joshua Gist.
Guest, Moses Rowan County Regiment 1775 1780 1775-1777, a Captain under Col. Grifith Rutherford then Col. Francis Locke. 1777, in Wilkes County. 1777-1780, a Captain of Light Horse under Col. Benjamin Cleveland. Born in January of 1750 in Fauquier County, VA. aka Moses Guess. W11072. Cherokee Expedition 1776, Kings Mountain (SC), Boyd's Creek (TN).
Guilford, ? Guilford County Regiment 1782 1782, a Captain under Col. Samuel Isaacs. Might have only been a recruiter.
Gurley, Lewis Johnston County Regiment 1781 1781, a Captain of Light Horse under Col. John Smith.
Gurley, William 8th NC Regiment 1776 1776 11/28/1776, a Captain under Col. James Armstrong.  Refused to serve.  From Johnston County, NC.
Guy, James Rowan County Regiment 1780 1780, a Captain under Col. Francis Locke.
Gwinn, Edward Guilford County Regiment 1776 1781 Was an Ensign. 1776-1781, a Captain of Light Horse under Col. James Martin. At the battle of Briar Creek, GA under Lt. Col. John Peasley. 1780-1781, also served under Col. William O'Neal (Orange County Regiment). 1781, also served under Lt. Col. John Humphreys. 4Q 1781, a Major. aka Ned Gwinn, Edwin Gwinn. Briar Creek (GA), Clapp's Mill #1, Guilford Court House, Lindley's Mill, Brown Marsh.
Gwinn, John Granville County Regiment 1778 1781 1778-1781, a Captain of Light Horse under Col. Joseph Taylor. 1780, also served under Col. William O'Neal (Orange County Regiment). aka John Gwyn, John Guin.
Gwinn, William Guilford County Regiment 1779 1782 1780-1782, a Captain under Col. James Martin. 1779, also served under Maj. William O'Neal (Orange County Regiment). Aug. 1780, attached to Lt. Col. Thomas Farmer (Orange County Regiment) during the Camden, SC expedition. March 1781, at the battle of Guilford Court House under Col. John Peasley. Summer of 1781, served under Lt. Col. John Humphreys. 1782, a Captain attached to Col. William O'Neal (Orange County Regiment). aka William Gwynn. Camden (SC), Guilford Court House, Lindley's Mill, Brown Marsh.
Hackney, Joseph Chatham County Regiment 1777 1781 1777, a Captain under Col. Ambrose Ramsey. 1778-1780, a Lieutenant. Dec. 1780, a Captain again under Lt. Col. John Luttrell. Aug. 1781, a Lieutenant again. S6973.
Hadley, John Chatham County Regiment 1780 1782 1780-1782, a Captain under Col. Ambrose Ramsey.
Hadley, Joshua 1st NC Regiment 1779 1783 Was an Ensign and a Lieutenant. 6/13/1779, a Captain in the 1st NC Regiment. One source asserts it was the 6th NC Regiment (No). 1780-1781, a Continental Captain working with NC Militia while the NC Continental Line was rebuilding. Mid-1781, a Captain under Maj. Reading Blount (2nd NC Regiment). Wounded at the battle of Eutaw Springs on September 8, 1781. 4/24/1782, back in 1st NC Regiment. From Cumberland County. Monck's Corner #1 (SC), Lenud's Ferry (SC), Little Lynches Creek (SC), Camden (SC), Fort Motte, Siege of Ninety-Six 1781 (SC), Eutaw Springs (SC).
Hadley, Joshua Cumberland County Regiment 1780 1781 1780, a Captain under Col. Thomas Matthews. 1781, attached to Lt. Col. Robert Mebane (a Continental officer). Lindley's Mill.
Hadley, Joshua Rowan County Regiment 1779 1780 April to October 1779, a Captain of "New Levies" under Lt. Col. Archibald Lytle (a Continental officer). 1780, a Captain under Col. Francois DeMalmedy (NC Light Dragoons). From Rowan County.
Hadley, Simon Cumberland County Regiment 1780 1781 Was a Lieutenant. 1780, a Captain under Col. Thomas Matthews. Spring of 1780, in Charleston, SC erecting breastworks, etc. Discharged before the town surrendered. 1781, a Major. aka Simon Adley, Syman Hadley. Siege of Charleston (SC).
Hadley, Thomas Cumberland County Regiment 1777 1781 1777, a Captain of Light Horse under Col. Thomas Matthews. 1781, a Captain under Lt. Col. Thomas Armstrong and Col. Robert Rowan.
Hadnot, Weston Carteret County Regiment 1781 1781, a Captain under Lt. Col. John Easton and Col. Malachi Bell.
Hagan, John William Mecklenburg County Regiment 1776 1778 1776, a Captain under Col. Adam Alexander. Late 1778, a Lt. Colonel. Cherokee Expedition 1776.
Haines, Thomas Salisbury District Minutemen 1775 9/9/1775, a Captain under Col. Thomas Wade.
Hairston, Peter Sullivan County Regiment 1779 1779, a Captain under Col. Isaac Shelby.
Halbert, John Surry County Regiment 1779 1780 1779-1780, a Captain under Col. Martin Armstrong. Colson's Mill, Richmond Town #2.
Hale, Jonathan Halifax District Minutemen 1775 1779 1775, a Captain under Col. Nicholas Long. 1777-1778, a Captain under Col. Willis Alston. 1778-1779, attached to Col. Thomas Eaton (Bute County Regiment). Briar Creek (GA).
Hale, Nicholas Burke County Regiment 1781 1781, a Captain under Col. Charles McDowell. Also served under Col. John Sevier (Washington County Regiment).
Haley, John Guilford County Regiment 1779 1781 1779, a Captain under Col. Risdel Moore. 1781, a Captain under Col. James Martin.
Hall, Clement 2nd NC Regiment 1777 1783 Was a Lieutenant.  4/19/1777, a Captain.  Wrongfully blamed for seizing cider and whiskey.  Mid-1781, a Captain under Maj. John Armstrong (3rd NC Regiment).  2/6/1782, moved back to 2nd NC Regiment.  A brevet Major on 9/30/1783.  S38790. Brandywine Creek (PA), Germantown (PA), Monmouth (NJ), Near West Point (NY), Stony Point (NY), Eutaw Springs (SC).
Hall, David Carteret County Regiment 1777 1777, a Captain under Col. William Thompson.
Hall, Edward Edgecombe County Regiment 1778 1781 1778-1779, a Captain under Col. Jonas Johnston. Aug. 1780, attached to Col. Jeptha Eatherton (Northampton County Regiment) during the Camden, SC expedition. 1781, a Commissary. Stono Ferry (SC), Camden (SC).
Hall, Hugh Rowan County Regiment 1781 Was a Lieutenant. 1781, a Captain of Infantry under Col. Francis Locke. Early 1781, attached to Col. Joseph Dickson (Lincoln County Regiment) and SC Brig. Gen. Andrew Pickens. Haw River.
Hall, James 9th NC Regiment 1777 1778 May 1777, a Captain under Col. John Williams.  Dropped from the rolls in Jan. 1778.  One source asserts his first name was Joseph (wrong).  1779-1780, a Captain of Light Horse under Col. Francois DeMalmedy (NC Light Dragoons). 1780, a Major. He was also a Presbyterian Minister. From Rowan County.
Hall, John Guilford County Regiment 1776 1779 1776-1779, a Captain under Col. James Martin. 1779, at the battle of Stono Ferry, SC attached to Maj. James Rutherford (Mecklenburg County Regiment). Stono Ferry (SC).
Hall, John Perquimans County Regiment 1781 1781, a Captain under Col. Thomas Harvey.
Hall, Nathan Currituck County Regiment 1778 1781 1778-1781, a Captain under Col. Samuel Jarvis. Mostly served at Powell's Point guarding the coast.
Hall, Nathan Duplin County Regiment 1776 1781 1776, a Captain under Col. James Kenan. In Kenan's 1779 Roster. 2 Pay Vouchers. Also in 1781. Born c.1740. Moore's Creek Bridge.
Hall, William Nash County Regiment 1779 1782 1779-1781,  Captain under Col. James Clinch. 1781, also served under Maj. Hardy Griffin. POW/Wounded at the battle of Rockfish Creek.  1782, a Captain under Col. James Read (NC Light Horse Regiment). Briar Creek (GA), Rockfish Creek.
Hambleton, John Rutherford County Regiment 1779 1779, a Captain under Col. Andrew Hampton. Built and served at Hambleton's Block House in SC. aka John Hamilton.
Hambright, Frederick Tryon County Regiment 1776 1779 Was a Major. June 1776, a Captain under Col. William Graham.  1779, a Lt. Colonel. Cherokee Expedition 1776.
Hambright, John Hardin Lincoln County Regiment 1780 1781 1780-1781, a Captain of Light Horse under Col. William Graham then under Col. Joseph Dickson. Also served under Maj. John Barber. Son of Frederick Hambright. Born on 3/28/1762. Kings Mountain (SC).
Hamilton, George Guilford County Regiment 1778 1781 1778-1779, a Captain of Light Horse in the "New Levies" under Lt. Col. Archibald Lytle (a Continental officer). 1780-1781, a Captain under Col. John Peasley.
Hamilton, John Guilford County Regiment 1779 1779, a Captain under Lt. Col. John Peasley.
Hamilton, Thomas Guilford County Regiment 1780 1781 1780, a Captain of Mounted Infantry under Col. James Martin. At the battle of Guilford Court House attached to Lt. Col. Archibald Lytle (a Continental officer). At the battle of Eutaw Springs, SC attached to Lt. Col. William Washington (VA). Guilford Court House, Eutaw Springs (SC).
Hamlin, John Surry County Regiment 1776 1776, a Captain under Col. Martin Armstrong. aka John Hamblin. Moore's Creek Bridge.
Hampton, Adam Tryon County Regiment 1776 1781 Was a Lieutenant. 4/22/1776, a Captain of Rangers under Lt. Col. Andrew Hampton and Col. William Graham. Fall of 1776, attached to Col. Joseph Williams (Surry County Regiment). 1778, a Captain under Col. Charles McDowell (Burke County Regiment). 1779, in Rutherford County. 1779-1780, a Captain under Maj. Robert Porter and Col. Andrew Hampton. At the battle of Kings Mountain, SC under Col. Benjamin Cleveland (Wilkes County Regiment). 1781, at the Siege of Ninety-Six, SC under Lt. Col. James Miller. Cherokee Expedition 1776, French Broad River, Kettle Creek (GA), Earle's Ford (SC), Prince's Fort (SC), Thicketty Fort (SC), Wofford's Iron Works (SC), Cane Creek, Kings Mountain (SC), Siege of Ninety-Six 1781 (SC).
Hampton, Andrew Tryon County Regiment 1775 1776 1775-1776, a Captain of Light Horse under Col. William Graham.  4/22/1776, a Lt. Colonel.  1779, a full Colonel. From Rutherford County (what is now Polk County). Great Cane Brake (SC), Snow Campaign (SC), Moore's Creek Bridge.
Hampton, Andrew Surry County Regiment 1781 1781, a Captain under Lt. Col. Joseph Winston and Col. Joseph Williams.
Hampton, Edward Rutherford County Regiment 1780 1780 First in SC unit.  1780, a Captain under Lt. Col. John Earle. 1780, also a Captain and Lt. Colonel in SC Militia. Killed by SC Loyalist "Bloody Bill" Cunningham at Fair Forest, SC in Oct. 1780. aka Ned Hampton. Earle's Ford (SC), Prince's Fort (SC), Thicketty Fort (SC).
Hampton, Henry Surry County Regiment 1781 1781, a Captain under Lt. Col. Joseph Winston and Col. Joseph Williams.
Hampton, Samuel Surry County Regiment 1780 1781 1780-1781, a Captain under Col. Joseph Williams. At the battle of Cowpens, SC attached to Maj. Joseph McDowell (Burke County Regiment). Cowpens (SC), Guilford Court House.
Hancock, ? Anson County Regiment 1781 1781, a Captain under Col. Thomas Wade.
Handing, William Bladen County Regiment 1776 1777 1776-1777, a Captain under Col. Thomas Robeson, Jr. aka William Handon, William Handen. Probably the same man as William Hendon below. Moore's Creek Bridge.
Handley, Thomas New Hanover County Regiment 1781 Captain of the Cape Fear Light Horse Company Lindley's Mill.
Handly, Samuel Washington County Regiment 1780 1781 Was a Spy, a Private, and an Ensign. 1780, a Captain for two months under Col. John Sevier. Boyd's Creek (TN).
Haralson, Herndon Caswell County Regiment 1781 1781 Feb. 1781, a Captain of Light Horse under Col. William Moore. Then attached to Lt. Col. Thomas Wooten (Wake County Regiment). Promoted to Major just before the battle of Eutaw Springs, SC. Born on 10/12/1757. Haw River, Whitesell's Mill.
Harbard, ? Camden County Regiment A Captain, dates unknown.
Hardeman, Thomas Washington County Regiment 1781 1783 1781-1783, a Captain under Col. John Sevier. aka Thomas Hardiman. Cherokee Expedition 1782.
Harden, Benjamin Rutherford County Regiment 1779 1781 1779-1781, a Captain under Col. Andrew Hampton. 1779, also served under Col. Benjamin Cleveland (Wilkes County Regiment). 1779, at the battle of Stono Ferry, SC under Maj. Tutt and Col. Charles McDowell (Burke County Regiment). 1780, also served under Maj. Joseph Harden. 1781, at the battle of Cowpens, SC under Maj. William Rutherford. aka Benjamin Hardin. Stono Ferry (SC), Ramseur's Mill, Kings Mountain (SC), Cowpens (SC).
Harden, John Rowan County Regiment 1775 1781 11/11/1775, nominated for Captain by the Rowan County Committee of Safety under Col. Griffith Rutherford.  1776, a Captain under Col. Francis Locke then Col. Christopher Beekman in the 2nd Rowan County Regiment. 1777, in Burke County. 1777-1781, a Captain under Col. Charles McDowell and Col. William Sharpe. 1780, at the battle of Ramseur's Mill under Lt. Col. Hugh Brevard. aka John Hardin, John Hardon. Niney-Six 1775 (SC), Great Cane Brake (SC), Snow Campaign (SC), Cherokee Expedition 1776, Ramseur's Mill, Kings Mountain (SC), Cowpens (SC).
Harden, John Washington County Regiment 1782 1782 1782, a Captain under Col. John Sevier. Killed at the battle of Lookout Mountain (TN) on 9/20/1782. Possibly the same man as directly above. Cherokee Expedition 1782, Lookout Mountain (TN).
Harden, Joseph Tryon County Regiment 1776 1779 Was a Major in Salisbury District Minutemen.  Moved to Tryon County (what is now Rutherford) and created a company of Light Horse (Militia) under Brig. Gen. Griffith Rutherford.  11/25/1776, a Captain in the newly-created 2nd Battalion of Volunteers under Col. Francis Locke.  Unit disbanded on 4/10/1777. 2/12/1779, a Major of Light Horse under Col. Benjamin Cleveland (Wilkes County Regiment). May 1783, appointed Colonel/ Commandant of the newly-created Greene County Regiment. aka Joseph Harbin, Joseph Hardin. Cherokee Expedition 1776.
Harden, William Caswell County Regiment 1777 1781 1777-1778, a Captain under Col. William Moore. 1778-1779, a Captain in the "New Levies" under Lt. Col. Archibald Lytle (a Continental officer). 1779-1781, a Captain under Col. William Moore. POW at the Fall of Charleston, SC, while attached to Col. Hugh Tinnen (Orange County Regiment), paroled. Aug. 1780, at the battle of Fishing Creek, SC attached to Col. Elijah Isaacs (Wilkes County Regiment). aka William Hardin. Siege of Charleston (SC), Fishing Creek (SC).
Hardin, William Surry County Regiment 1777 1780 1777-1779, a Captain under Col. Joseph Williams. 2/12/1779, a Captain of Light Horse under Col. Benjamin Cleveland. 1780, a Captain under Col. Joseph Williams. aka William Harden, William Harding.
Hardison, Benjamin Martin County Regiment 1781 1781, a Captain under Col. Whitmell Hill. Guilford Court House.
Hardwick, Peter Rowan County Regiment 1780 1780, a Captain under Col. Francis Locke. Most likely Peter Hedrick, see below.
Hardy, Abraham Martin County Regiment 1775 1780 1775, a Captain of Light Horse under Col. William Williams. 1780, a Captain under Col. Thomas Wiggins.
Hargett, Frederick New Bern District Minutemen 1775 1781 9/9/1775, a Captain under Col. Richard Caswell. 11/28/1776, a Captain under Col. James Armstrong in the 8th NC Regiment. Regiment disbanded 6/1/1778. 1775, from Craven County. 1779, from Jones County.  1780-1781, a Captain under Col. Waightstill Avery then Col. Francis Avery. 4Q 1781, a Major. aka Frederick Harjett. Moore's Creek Bridge, Brandywine Creek (PA), Germantown (PA), Jumping Run.
Hargis, Frederick Caswell County Regiment 1781 1781, a Captain under Col. William Moore. Guarded the NC General Assembly at Hillsborough.
Hargis, Shadrack Northern Orange County Regiment 1776 1781 1776, a Captain under Col. James Saunders. Attached to Col. Ambrose Ramsey for the Cherokee Expedition, forced to turn back due to the lack of wagons and pack horses. 1777, in Caswell County. 1778-1780, a Lieutenant. 1780-1781, a Captain under Col. William Moore. Camden (SC), Guilford Court House, Livingston's Creek, Brown Marsh.
Hargis, Thomas Caswell County Regiment 1781 1781 Was a Private. 1781, a Captain under Col. William Moore. While mustering his troops for the first time (2/14/1781), he was captured by Lt. Col. Banastre Tarleton and taken to Hillsborough.  Paroled in April. Rejoined later in 1781 as a Private.
Hargrove, Francis Surry County Regiment 1776 1780 1776-1777, a Captain under Col. Martin Armstrong. 1777, in Wilkes County. 1777-1780, a Captain of Infantry under Col. Benjamin Cleveland. Too late for the battle of Kings Mountain, SC but escorted prisoners northward. 1780, a Major. aka Francis Hargrave, Francis Hartgrave, Frank Hardgrove. Cherokee Expedition 1776.
Hargrove, John Halifax County Regiment 1778 1781 1778, a Captain under Col. Samuel Weldon. 1780, a Captain under Col. John Whitaker. 1781, attached to Lt. Col. William Thomas Linton (Nash County Regiment). 1781, also attached to Col. James Kenan (Duplin County Regiment). aka John Hargroves. Guilford Court House, Siege of Augusta (GA).
Harker, Zachariah Carteret County Regiment 1777 1777, a Captain under Col. William Thompson.
Harney, Selby Pasquotank County Regiment 1775 1776 1775, a Captain under Col. John Lowery. 4/29/1776, Captain of the Bogue Inlet Independent Company. Discharged on 11/21/1776. This unit was then taken over by Capt. Seth Harvey. 11/27/1776, a Major in the 8th NC Regiment.
Harper, Ambrose Halifax County Regiment 1777 1781 11/23/1777, a known Captain over the Guards at Halifax Jail, under Col. Willis Alston. Sep. 1780, a Captain under Col. John Whitaker, marched to Charlotte, Salisbury, then back home. 1781, a Captain under Col. James Allen.
Harper, William Dobbs County Regiment 1778 1780 1778-1779, a Captain under Col. William Caswell. 7/5/1779, a known Captain under Col. James Glasgow. 5/26/1780, a known Captain under Col. James Glasgow.
Harrell, Aaron Caswell County Regiment 1780 1782 1780-1782, a Captain under Col. William Moore.  1781, at the battle of Eutaw Springs, SC under Lt. Col. Archibald Murphy. aka Aaron Horrell. Eutaw Springs (SC).
Harrell, Samuel Hertford County Regiment 1779 1781 1779-1780, a Captain under Col. Benjamin Wynns. 1780-1781, a Captain under Col. George Lytle. 1780, at Charleston with Lt. Col. Archibald Lytle (a Continental officer), discharged before the town surrendered. 1781, a Major. Siege of Charleston (SC).
Harrington, Henry William Anson County Regiment 1777 1779 First, a Captain in SC militia.  Moved to NC.  A Captain in Anson County Regiment.  11/25/1779, commissioned as Colonel to lead the militia in the newly created county of Richmond.  July 1780, a Brigadier General (Pro Tempore).
Harris, Britton Bute County Regiment 1778 1780 1778-1779, a Captain under Col. Thomas Eaton. Returned home just prior to the battle of Briar Creek, GA, but his men continued. 1779, in Franklin County. 1780, a Captain under Col. Benjamin Seawell. aka Britain Harris. Siege of Charleston 1780 (SC).
Harris, Daniel Franklin County Regiment 1781 Was a Lieutenant. 1781, a Captain under Col. Benjamin Seawell. March 1781, attached to Col. Benjamin Williams (Johnston County Regiment) at the battle of Guilford Court House. Guilford Court House.
Harris, Etheldred Montgomery County Regiment 1780 1781 1780-1781, a Captain under Col. William Lofton. Late Summer of 1781, a Major. aka Dred Harris.
Harris, Isaac Halifax County Regiment 1780 Was Lieutenant. 1780, promoted to Captain under Col. James Allen when Capt. Brantley resigned. Marched towards the battle of Camden, SC, learned of Gates's Defeat at the Waxhaws, turned around. Rugeley's Mill #2 (SC).
Harris, Isham Granville County Regiment 1779 1780 1779-1780, a Captain under Col. Joseph Taylor. 1780, attached to Lt. Col. Stephen Moore (Caswell County Regiment).
Harris, James Hertford County Regiment 1778 1779 1778-1779, a Captain under Col. Benjamin Wynns. 1779, in Gates County. 1779, a Captain under Col. Lawrence Baker. Briar Creek (GA).
Harris, James Mecklenburg County Regiment 1775 1778 1775-1776, a Captain under Col. Thomas Polk. 1776-1778, a Captain under Col. Adam Alexander. 1778, promoted to Major. Great Cane Brake (SC), Snow Campaign (SC), Cherokee Expedition 1776.
Harris, Jesse Rowan County Regiment 1775 11/11/1775, nominated for Captain by the Rowan County Committee of Safety.
Harris, John Edgecombe County Regiment 1780 1781 1780-1781, a Captain under Col. Exum Lewis.
Harris, John Mecklenburg County Regiment 1780 1781 1780, a Captain under Lt. Col. William Richardson Davie (Independent Corps of Light Horse). Sep. 1780, a Captain under Col. William Richardson Davie (NC State Cavalry-Western District). 1781, a Captain under Col. Robert Irwin. Hanging Rock (SC), Wahab's Plantation (SC), Charlotte.
Harris, Jordan Bute County Regiment 1778 1781 1778-1779, a Captain under Col. Thomas Eaton. 1779, in Warren County. 1781, a Captain under Col. Herbert Haynes. March 1781, at the battle of Guilford Court House attached to Col. James Read (NC Light Horse Regiment). Briar Creek (GA), Guilford Court House.
Harris, Landon Guilford County Regiment 1776 2/27/1776, a known Captain under Lt. Col. James Martin. Moore's Creek Bridge.
Harris, Obadiah Guilford County Regiment 1781 1781, a Captain under Col. James Martin. Might be from Orange County.
Harris, Richard Montgomery County Regiment 1780 1780, a Captain under Col. William Lofton.
Harris, Roland NC Light Horse Regiment 1781 1781, a Captain under Col. Guilford Dudley. From Randolph County. aka Rolin Harris.
Harris, Samuel Granville County Regiment 1780 Was a Lieutenant. 1780, a Captain under Col. Joseph Taylor.
Harris, Thomas Anson County Regiment 1776 1776 2/9/1776, a known Captain under Col. Samuel Spencer with 33 men. Many references that this unit was considered to be in the Salisbury District Minutemen. Most say only Anson County Regiment. 3/2/1776, a Major under Col. Thomas Wade. 4/17/1776, a Captain under Col. Thomas Polk (4th NC Regiment). 10/4/1777, a Major. 1780, a Major in NC Militia again. S13312. Moore's Creek Bridge, Ft. George - Bald Head Island, Brandywine Creek (PA), Germantown (PA).
Harris, Thomas Wilkes County Regiment 1779 2/12/1779, a Captain of Light Horse under Col. Benjamin Cleveland. From Mecklenburg County.
Harris, Tyre Edgecombe County Regiment 1781 1781, a Captain under Col. Exum Lewis. Hobkirk's Hill (SC).
Harris, West Anson County Regiment 1776 1781 1776-1779, a Captain of Light Horse under Col. Thomas Wade. 1779, in Montgomery County. 1779-1781, a Captain under Col. William Lofton. 3Q 1781, a Major.
Harris, William Nash County Regiment 1778 1778, a Captain under Col. James Clinch.
Harrison, ? Wilkes County Regiment 1780 1780, a Captain under Lt. Col. James Miller. Might be Capt. ? Harris.
Harrison, Benjamin 1st Battalion of Militia 1776 1783 6/14/1776, a Captain of Infantry under Col. Thomas Brown. Unit disbanded on 8/13/1776. 5/19/1778, a Captain under Lt. Col. Archibald Lytle (a Continental officer) in the "New Levies" for nine months. 1779, in Wayne County. 1780, a Captain under Lt. Col. William McKinney. 1781, a Captain under Maj. Burwell Mouring.  Also in 1782-1783.  Born 10/25/1755. Webber's Bridge.  
Harrison, James Jones County Regiment 1779 1781 1779-1780, a Captain under Col. Waightstill Avery. 1781, a Captain under Col. Francis Avery.
Harrison, James Rutherford County Regiment 1781 1781 1781, a Captain under Lt. Col. James Miller. At the battle of Guilford Court House attached to Col. Francis Locke (Rowan County Regiment). Guilford Court House, Siege of Ninety-Six 1781 (SC).
Harrison, Michael Washington County Regiment 1778 1781 1778-1779, a Captain under Col. John Carter. 1779-1781, a Captain under Col. John Sevier. Jan. 1781, at the battle of Cowpens, SC attached to Col. Charles McDowell (Burke County Regiment). Cowpens (SC).
Harrison, Richard Granville County Regiment 1780 1781 1780-1781, a Captain under Col. Joseph Taylor. Dec. 1780, attached to Col. William Moore (Caswell County Regiment). Early 1781, a Major. aka Richard Haralson. Rugeley's Mill #2 (SC).
Harrison, Vincent Caswell County Regiment 1781 1781, a Captain under Col. William Moore.
Harrison, William 1779 1779 Was an Ensign and a Lieutenant.  A Captain in 1779, regiment unknown.
Hart, ? Edgecombe County Regiment 1776 2/27/1776, a known Captain under Lt. Col. Henry Irwin. Moore's Creek Bridge.
Hart, Anthony 3rd NC Regiment 1781 1782 Was a Lieutenant and an Adjutant.  7/1/1781, a Captain.  Resigned 4/1/1782.
Hart, Anthony Halifax County Regiment 1781 Was a Lieutenant. 1781, a Captain under Col. James Allen.
Hart, David NC State Cavalry-Western District 1780 1780, a Captain under Col. William Richardson Davie. From Mecklenburg County.
Hart, James NC State Cavalry-Western District 1780 1780, a Captain under Col. William Richardson Davie. From Mecklenburg County.
Hart, John 1779 1779 Was a Lieutenant. 8/6/1779, a Captain, regiment unknown.
Hart, Samuel NC State Cavalry-Western District 1780 Sep. 1780, a Captain under Col. William Richardson Davie. From Mecklenburg County. Charlotte.
Hart, Warren NC State Cavalry-Western District 1780 Sep. 1780, a Captain under Col. William Richardson Davie. From Northampton County.
Hart, William NC State Cavalry-Western District 1780 Sep. 1780, a Captain under Col. William Richardson Davie. From Mecklenburg County. Wahab's Plantation (SC), Charlotte, Polk's Mill.
Harvey, ? Halifax County Regiment 1778 1779 1778, a Captain under Col. Samuel Weldon. 1779, a Captain under Col. John Whitaker.
Harvey, Alexander Edgecombe County Regiment 1780 1780 1780, a Captain under Col. Exum Lewis. Spring of 1780, attached to Lt. Col. Archibald Lytle (a Continental officer). POW at the Fall of Charleston, SC, paroled. Siege of Charleston (SC).
Harvey, John 1st NC Regiment of Militia 1780 1781 6/5/1780, a known Captain, serving under Col. Samuel Jarvis. 1781, a Captain under Col. Peter Dauge (Camden County Regiment). From Perquimans County. aka John Hervey.
Harvey, Matthias Dobbs County Regiment 1780 5/26/1780, a known Captain under Col. James Glasgow.
Harvey, Seth Bogue Inlet Independent Company 1776 1777 November 27, 1776, a Captain of Militia to take the place of Capt. Selby Harney who joined the 8th NC Regiment as a Major. Disbanded in Dec. 1777.
Haskins, Aaron New Hanover County Regiment 1776 6/6/1776, a Captain of the New Topsail Company.
Hatch, Edmund Chowan County Regiment 1776 12/14/1776 a known Captain of Light Horse.
Hatch, Edmund Craven County Regiment 1776 1776 1776, a Captain of Light Horse under Maj. John Bryan, Jr. and Col. John Bryan. Moore's Creek Bridge.
Haughton, Charles Chowan County Regiment 1779 1780 6/21/1779, a known Captain under Col. James Blount. 1780, a Captain under Col. Peter Dauge (Camden County Regiment).
Haven, James Orange County Regiment 1779 1781 1779, a Captain under Lt. Col. Hugh Tinnen. 1780-1781, a Captain under Col. Hugh Tinnen. 1780, a Commissary. March 1781, at the battle of Guilford Court House under Lt. Col. Thomas Farmer. aka James Havens. Stono Ferry (SC), Guilford Court House.
Hawkins, ? 1776 1776, a Captain, regiment unknown. Ft. Moultrie #1 (SC).
Hawkins, Joseph Warren County Regiment 1781 1782 1781, a Captain under Col. Herbert Haynes. Primarily employed in collecting forage, then after the battle of Guilford Court House employed in rounding up the dispersed soldiers, then again collecting forage.
Hawkins, Ning Washington County Regiment 1780 1781 1780-1781, a Captain under Col. John Sevier.
Hawkins, Philemon Jr. Bute County Regiment 1775 1779 Very early, a Captain of Militia.  By September of 1775, a Lt. Colonel. 1778, a Captain again under Col. Thomas Eaton. 1779, a Lt. Colonel again in Warren County Regiment.
Hawley, Jonathan Surry County Regiment 1781 1781, a Captain under Col. Martin Armstrong.
Hawthorne, John Bladen County Regiment 1778 1782 1778, a Captain of Light Horse under Col. Thomas Robeson, Jr. 1779-1782, a Captain under Col. Thomas Owen. Late 1781 or early 1782, served under SC Brig. Gen. Francis Marion for a short while. aka John Hathorn, John Haythorn. Beatti's Bridge.
Hawthorne, Nathaniel Bladen County Regiment 1780 A Captain under Col. Thomas Owen. Murdered by Loyalists, date unknown.
Hayden, Douglas Rowan County Regiment 1779 1781 1779-1781, a Captain under Col. Francis Locke. 1781, also served under Col. William Lofton (Montgomery County Regiment). Fall of 1781 - in the Wilmington Expedition.  aka Douglas Haden.
Haynes, Robert Bladen County Regiment 1781 1781, a Captain under Col. Thomas Owen. Hood's Creek.
Haynes, Thomas Bladen County Regiment 1781 1781 1781, a Captain under Col. Thomas Owen. Died in 1781.
Hays, John Surry County Regiment 1780 1780, a Captain under Col. Joseph Williams. Oct. 1780, attached to VA Col. William Campbell at the battle of Kings Mountain, SC. aka John Hain. Kings Mountain (SC).
Hazzleburger, John Burke County Regiment 1781 1781, a Captain under Col. Charles McDowell. Fall of 1781, in the Wilmington Expedition. Possibly from Lincoln County. aka John Hazzlbarger, John Hasselbury,  John Hosslebarger, John Hoselburger, John Hurstlebury, John Hurstleberry, John Husselberger.
Heard, Armstrong Cumberland County Regiment 1779 1780 1779-1780, a Captain under Col. Philip Alston.
Hedrick, Adolph Richmond County Regiment 1780 1780, a Captain under Col. Charles Medlock.
Hedrick, Liles Rowan County Regiment 1778 1778, a Captain under Col. Matthew Locke.
Hedrick, Peter Rowan County Regiment 1777 1782 Was a Lieutenant. 1777-1782, a Captain of Rangers under Col. Francis Locke. aka Peter Hendrick, Peter Hetrick, Peter Headrick. Colson's Mill, Camden (SC), Mask's Ferry, Lindley's Mill, Cherokee Expedition 1782.
Hemphill, Thomas Burke County Regiment 1780 1781 Was a Lieutenant. 1780-1781, a Captain under Col. Charles McDowell. At the battle of Ramseur's Mill under Lt. Col. Hugh Brevard. At the battle of Kings Mountain, SC under Maj. Joseph McDowell. 1781, at the battle of Guilford Court House under Col. Francis Locke (Rowan County Regiment). From what is now McDowell County. Ramseur's Mill, Kings Mountain (SC), Guilford Court House.
Henderson, James Wilkes County Regiment 1780 1781 1780-1781, a Captain under Col. Benjamin Cleveland. Also served under Col. Charles McDowell (Burke County Regiment).
Henderson, John Granville County Regiment 1776 1781 1776, a Captain under Col. Robert Harris. 1779-1781, a Captain under Lt. Col./Col. Philip Taylor. 1779, may have also served under Col. Francois DeMalmedy (NC Light Dragoons). Aug. 1780, a Captain in the Mounted Volunteers under Col. Philip Taylor. Late 1780 to 1781, a Captain under Col. Francois DeMalmedy (NC Light Dragoons). Fall of 1781, a Major. Ramsey's Mill.
Henderson, Michael 9th NC Regiment 1776 1778 11/28/1776, a Captain under Col. John Williams.  From Salisbury District.
Henderson, Pleasant Granville County Regiment 1780 1781 Was a Sergeant and a Lieutenant. 1780-1781, a Captain of Light Horse under Col. Joseph Taylor. Feb. 1781, a Major.
Henderson, Pleasant Surry County Regiment 1777 1781 1777, a Captain under Col. Joseph Williams. Dec. 1777, in Wilkes County. 1777-1781, a Captain under Col. Benjamin Cleveland.
Henderson, Richard Granville County Regiment 1779 1781 1779-1781, a Captain under Col. Joseph Taylor.
Henderson, Samuel NC Light Dragoons 1780 1781 10/19/1780, a known Captain under Col. Francois DeMalmedy. 1781, a Major. From Granville County.
Hendon, Josiah Bladen County Regiment 1775 1776 1775-1776, a Captain under Col. Thomas Robeson, Jr. Moore's Creek Bridge.
Hendon, William Bladen County Regiment 1776 1776, a Captain under Col. Thomas Robeson, Jr. Stationed at Rockfish Creek during battle of Moore's Creek Bridge, went down the Cape Fear River in boats, remained at Elizabeth Town for a few days. aka William Hearndon.
Hendrick, James Chatham County Regiment 1776 1776, a Captain under Col. Ambrose Ramsey. Started on the Cherokee Expedition, forced to turn back due to the lack of wagons and pack horses.
Henry, Malcolm Lincoln County Regiment 1779 1781 First in SC units. 1779, a Captain of Mounted Riflemen under Col. William Graham. At the battle of Ramseur's Mill under Lt. Col. Robert Smith. At the battle of Kings Mountain, SC under Lt. Col. Frederick Hambright. Later in SC units again. Born on 12/21/1755 in Rowan (what would become Tryon then Lincoln) County, NC. Ramseur's Mill, Kings Mountain (SC).
Henry, Samuel Washington District Regiment 1776 1776, a Captain under Col. John Carter. 1777, a Captain under Lt. Col. John Sevier. aka Samuel Henley.
Henry, William Rowan County Regiment 1781 1781, a Captain under Col. Francis Locke.
Herndon, Benjamin Wilkes County Regiment 1778 1781 Was a Lieutenant. 1778-1781, a Captain under Col. Benjamin Cleveland. At the battle of Colson's Mill attache to Col. William Lee Davidson (Mecklenburg County Regiment). 1781, a Captain under Maj. Richard Allen and Col. Francois DeMalmedy (NC Light Dragoons). 1781, a Major. 1781, also a full Colonel. BOrn on 12/10/1748 or 1749 at Fredericksburg, VA. aka Benjamin Hearndon, Benjamin Hern. Colson's Mill, Kings Mountain (SC).
Herndon, George Chatham County Regiment 1776 1780 1776-1780, a Captain under Col. Ambrose Ramsey. 1776, also served under Maj. Israel Folsome (Orange County Regiment). aka George Hearn, George Hendon. Signed discharge shows his name as Geo. Herndon. Moore's Creek Bridge, Siege of Charleston (SC).
Herndon, James Chatham County Regiment 1778 1781 August 1778-1781, a Captain under Col. Ambrose Ramsey.  Spring of 1780, at Charleston, SC attached to Lt. Col. Archibald Lytle (a Continental officer). 1781, a Captain under Col. Francois DeMalmedy (NC Light Dragoons). From what is now Durham County. aka James Hearn. Siege of Charleston (SC).
Herndon, Joseph Surry County Regiment 1775 1780 1775-1777, a Captain under Col. Martin Armstrong. 1777, in Wilkes County. 1777-1780, a Captain under Col. Benjamin Cleveland. 1780, a Major. Cherokee Expedition 1776.
Herrin, Benjamin Chatham County Regiment 1781 1781, a Captain under Col. John Luttrell. aka Benjamin Hern.
Herrin, Charles Onslow County Regiment 1777 1777, a Captain under Lt. Col. Henry Rhodes and Col. William Cray. 
Herrin, James NC State Regiment 1779 1779 1779, a Captain under Col. John Herritage. From Pitt County. aka James Herring.
Herring, Frederick Dobbs County Regiment 1776 1781 1776, a Captain under Col. Abraham Sheppard. 7/5/1779, a known Captain under Col. James Glasgow. 1779, in Wayne County. 1781, a Captain under Col. Benjamin Exum.
Herring, Stephen Dobbs County Regiment 1780 1780, a Captain under Col. James Glasgow.
Herritage, John 2nd NC Regiment 1776 1777 Was a Lieutenant.  5/2/1776, a Captain under Col. Alexander Martin.  Resigned 5/15/1777.  1779, a Colonel over the newly-created NC State Regiment (State Troops).  From Johnston County, NC.  aka John Heritage.   Ft. Moultrie #1 (SC).
Herritage, William NC State Regiment 1779 1781 1779, a Captain under Col. John Herritage. 1780, a Captain under Col. James Glasgow. 1781, a Captain under Col. Richard Caswell, Jr. From Dobbs County.
Herron, Armwell Pitt County Regiment 1777 1781 Earlier, a Lieutenant. 1777, a Captain under Col. John Simpson. 4/19/1777, a Captain under Col. Abraham Sheppard in the 10th NC Regiment. Retired on 6/1/1778. 1779, a Captain under Col. John Simpson again (Pitt County Regiment). 1779, also a Captain under Col. John Herritage in the newly-created NC State Regiment. 1781, a Captain under Col. Benjamin Williams in the recreated NC State Regiment. From Pitt County. aka Harmon Herrin. Stono Ferry (SC).
Hester, William Granville County Regiment 1781 1781, a Captain under Col. Joseph Taylor. aka William Huster. Guilford Court House.
Hewett, Richard Tyrrell County Regiment 1780 1780 1780, a Captain under Col. James Blount. Spring of 1780, attached to Col. John Hinton, Jr. (Wake County Regiment). POW at the Fall of Charleston, SC, paroled. aka Richard Hawett, Richard Howett, Richard Howilt, Richard Harnett. Siege of Charleston (SC).
Hickman, Edwin Surry County Regiment 1780 1781 1780, a Captain under Lt. Col. Robert Lanier. Early 1781, attached to Maj. John Armstrong (a Continental officer). Summer of 1781, a Captain under Col. Francois DeMalmedy (NC Light Dragoons). aka Edmund Hickman. Alamance, Whitesell's Mill, Guilford Court House, Eutaw Springs (SC).
Hickman, William Surry County Regiment 1780 1781 1780-1781, a Captain under Col. Martin Armstrong.
Hicks, Daniel Richmond County Regiment 1780 1780, a Captain under Col. Thomas Crawford.
Hicks, William Granville County Regiment 1780 1781 Was an Ensign in the 9th NC Regiment, then a Lieutenant in Militia.  1780-1781, a Captain under Col. Joseph Taylor. 1781, also a Captain under Col. James Read (NC Light Horse Regiment). Guilford Court House, Hobkirk's Hill (SC).
Hicks, William Washington District Regiment 1776 1779 1776, a Captain under Maj. Evan Shelby, Sr. 1777-1779, a Captain under Col. John Carter (Washington County Regiment). Cherokee Expedition 1776, French Broad River.
Higgins, John Halifax County Regiment 1778 1779 1778, a Captain under Col. Samuel Weldon. 1778-1779, attached to Col. Jonas Johnston (Edgecombe County Regiment). Briar Creek (GA).
High, Alsey Bute County Regiment 1778 1781 1778-1779, a Captain in the "New Levies" under Lt. Col. Archibald Lytle (a Continental officer). 1779, in Warren County. 1780-1781, a Captain under Col. Herbert Haynes. aka Asy High. Stono Ferry (SC).
High, Robert Wake County Regiment 1780 1781 1780-1781, a Captain under Col. John Hinton, Jr. 1780, also served under Col. Thomas Owen (Bladen County Regiment). 1781, also served under Col. Francois DeMalmedy (NC Light Dragoons), Lt. Col, William Thomas Linton (Nash County Regiment), Col. William Moore (Caswell County Regiment), and Col. Joseph Taylor (Granville County Regiment). Probably the same man as Robert Hight below.
Highland, Henry 2nd Rowan County Regiment 1776 1782 1776, a Captain under Col. Christopher Beekman. 1777, in Burke County. 1779, a Captain under Col. Charles McDowell. 1780, an Ensign. 1781-1782, a Captain again under Col. Charles McDowell. aka Harry Highland. Cherokee Expedition 1782.
Hight, Robert Franklin County Regiment 1781 Was a Lieutenant. 1781, a Captain under Col. Benjamin Seawell. Also served under Lt. Col. William Thomas Linton (Nash County Regiment). Probably the same man as Robert High above. aka Robert Hyte.
Hightower, ? Rowan County Regiment 1775 1775, a Capatain under Col. Griffith Rutherford.
Hill, ? Martin County Regiment 1781 1781, a Captain under Col. Whitmell Hill. Guilford Court House.
Hill, ? Nash County Regiment 1780 1780, a Captain under Lt. Col. John Bond and Col. James Clinch.
Hill, Aaron 2nd Battalion of Militia 1776 1776 7/31/1776, a known Captain under Col. Peter Dauge. Unit disbanded on 8/13/1776. 1776, also a Captain under Col. Thomas Bonner (Chowan County Regiment). 10/21/1776, 37 men requested that he be replaced. His company was taken over by Lt. Simon Stallings. From Chowan County.
Hill, Aaron Randolph County Regiment 1781 1781, a Captain of Light Horse under Col. John Collier and Col. Andrew Balfour. He considered his unit to be Minutemen.
Hill, Abner Chatham County Regiment 1778 Was a Lieutenant.  August 1778, a Captain under Col. Ambrose Ramsey
Hill, Abram Washington County Regiment 1778 1780 Was a Private. 1778-1779, a Captain of Rangers under Col. John Carter. 1779-1780, a Captain under Col. John Sevier. Then, a Private again.
Hill, Francis Duplin County Regiment 1775 1781 1775-1781, a Captain under Col. James Kenan. 1781, at the battle of Heron's Bridge under Col. Henry Young (New Hanover County Regiment). Moore's Creek Bridge, Heron's Bridge.
Hill, Harry Franklin County Regiment 1781 1781, a Captain under Col. Benjamin Seawell. Swift Creek & Fishing Creek.
Hill, Harry Hertford County Regiment 1780 9/5/1780, a known Captain attached to Brig. Gen. (Pro Tempore) Henry William Harrington, stationed at Forks Creek, near Cross Creek. From Many's Neck.  
Hill, Isaac Onslow County Regiment 1781 1781, a Captain under Col. George Mitchell.
Hill, John Randolph County Regiment 1781 1781, a Captain under Col. John Collier. Jan. 1781, attached to Lt. Col. Thomas Farmer (Orange County Regiment). March 1781, a Captain under Lt. Col. James Dougan. Cowan's Ford, Tarrant's Tavern, Guilford Court House.
Hill, Nathan Duplin County Regiment 1776 1776, a Captain under Col. James Kenan. Sent to guard Wilmington to prevent the British from landing there and at Brunswick Town.
Hill, Robert Surry County Regiment 1781 Was a Private and a Lieutenant. 1781, a Captain of Light Horse under Col. Martin Armstrong. Aug. 1781, a Captain under Col. Robert Smith (NC State Legion), and in the Wilmington Expedition. Brick House.
Hill, Thomas Chatham County Regiment 1778 August 1778, a Captain under Col. Ambrose Ramsey.
Hill, William Bute County Regiment 1778 1781 Was a Lieutenant. 1778-1779, a Captain of Light Horse under Col. Thomas Eaton. 1779, in Franklin County. 1779-1781, a Captain under Col. Benjamin Seawell. 1781, a Major.
Hill, William NC State Legion 1781 Aug. 1781, a Captain under Col. Robert Smith, and in the Wilmington Expedition. From Surry County. Brick House.
Hillsman, Janus Wake County Regiment 1780 1781 Was a Lieutenant. 1780-1781, a Captain under Col. John Hinton, Jr. Also guarded the NC General Assembly that met at Wake Court House under Col. Benjamin Exum (Wayne County Regiment). aka James Hillsman.
Hinds, John Randolph County Regiment 1780 1781 Was a Lieutenant. 1780-1781, a Captain of Light Horse under Col. John Collier. Also in late 1780 and early 1781, under Lt. Col. John Luttrell (Chatham County Regiment). 1781, a Major. aka John Hines, John Hynds, John Haynes, John Hynes. Deep River #1, Brush Creek.
Hines, Isaac Dobbs County Regiment 1779 7/5/1779, a known Captain under Col. James Glasgow.  5/26/1780, a known Captain under Col. James Glasgow.
Hinsley, Thomas Chatham County Regiment 1781 Was a Private, an Ensign, and a Lieutenant. 1781, a Captain under Col. Ambrose Ramsey. Also served under Col. Philip Alston (Cumberland County Regiment). Took over Capt. Alexander Clark's company when he was killed at Brown Marsh in Sep. 1781. (Some say Clark was not killed and continued to lead the company at the battles shown on the right - either Clark or Hinsley led at these engagements). Raft Swamp, Brick House, Seven Creeks.
Hinton, ? Wake County Regiment 1781 1781, a Captain under Lt. Col. William Hinton and Col. John Hinton, Jr.
Hinton, James Wake County Regiment 1775 1776 1775-1776, a Captain under Col. John Hinton, Sr. (his father). 1776, a Major. Then, a Lt. Colonel. 1780, briefly the Colonel/ Commandant of the Wake County Regiment. Moore's Creek Bridge.
Hise, Conrad Mecklenburg County Regiment 1780 1781 Was a Lieutenant and a Private. 1780-1781, a Captain of Light Horse under Col. Caleb Phifer. aka Conrad Heis, Conrad Hice. Camden (SC), Kings Mountain (SC), Cowan's Ford, Guilford Court House.
Hodge, George Orange County Regiment 1778 1781 1778-1780, a Captain of Light Horse under Col. Alexander Mebane. 1780-1781, a Captain under Lt. Col. Thomas Taylor and Col. Hugh Tinnen. Aug. 1780, attached to Col. John Collier (Randolph County Regiment) during the Camden, SC expedition. 1781, attached to Lt. Col. Robert Mebane (a Continental officer). 1781, also served under Lt. Col. Thomas Farmer, Lt. Col. John Taylor, and Col. Guilford Dudley (NC Light Horse Regiment).  Guilford Court House, Brown Marsh, Raft Swamp.
Hodge, William Orange County Regiment 1780 1780, a Captain under Col. Alexander Mebane.
Hodges, ? Dobbs County Regiment 1780 1781 1780, a Captain under Col. James Glasgow. 1781, a Captain under Col. James Darnell.
Hodges, John Pitt County Regiment 1779 1781 1779-1780, a Captain of Infantry under Col. John Simpson. Aug.-Nov. 1780, a Captain of Infantry in Pitt County Regiment under Col. Benjamin Seawell (Franklin County Regiment). 7/14/1781, a Captain of Infantry in the newly-recreated NC State Regiment.
Hodges, Philemon Cumberland County Regiment 1781 1782 Was a Private and a Lieutenant. 1781-1782, a Captain under Lt. Col. Thomas Armstrong and Col. James Emmett.
Hogan, ? Pitt County Regiment 1780 1780, a Captain under Col. John Simpson.
Hogan, John Surry County Regiment 1781 1781, a Captain under Col. Martin Armstrong.
Hogan, Shadrack Montgomery County Regiment 1780 1781 1780-1781, a Captain under Col. William Lofton. At the battle of Camden, SC under Lt. Col. Drury Ledbetter. June 1781, guarded the jail at Hillsborough.
Hogg, Thomas 1st NC Regiment 1776 1777 Was a Lieutenant.  3/1/1776, a Captain under Col. Francis Nash.  Promoted to Major on 10/19/1777 in the 5th NC Regiment. Ft. Moultrie #1 (SC).
Hoke, ? A Captain, regiment and dates unknown.
Holder, John Rowan County Regiment 1778 1778 1778, a Captain under Col. Francis Locke. June 1778, went to Boonesboro, KY.
Holland, James Lincoln County Regiment 1779 1781 Was a Lieutenant. 1779-1781, a Captain under Col. William Graham, then Col. Joseph Dickson.
Holloway, ? Pasquotank County Regiment 1776 1776, a Captain under Col. Thomas Boyd.
Holmes, ? Caswell County Regiment 1780 Aug.-Dec. 1780, a Captain under Col. William Moore and Brig. Gen. (Pro Tempore) William Lee Davidson, in and around Charlotte and Salisbury area.
Holmes, Gabriel Duplin County Regiment 1775 1775, a Captain under Col. James Kenan. 12 pay vouchers. Born 1723 in Bertie (what became Edgecombe) County.  Died 1785 in Duplin Coounty. Father of Hardy Holmes and Owen Holmes. Moore's Creek Bridge.
Holmes, Hardy Duplin County Regiment 1778 1781 Was a Lieutenant. 1778-1781, a Captain under Col. James Kenan. 1779, at the battle of Briar Creek, GA attached to Lt. Col. Archibald Lytle (a Continental officer). 1781, a Lieutenant in the 1st NC Regiment. Wounded at the battle of Eutaw Springs, SC on 9/8/1781. Retired on 1/1/1783. Born 1755 in Duplin County. Briar Creek (GA), Heron's Bridge.
Holmes, John Burke County Regiment 1780 1780, a Captain under Maj. Joseph McDowell and Col. Charles McDowell. Kings Mountain (SC).
Holmes, Robert 2nd Rowan County Regiment 1775 1779 1775-1777, a Captain under Col. Christopher Beekman. 1777, in Burke County. 1777-1779, a Captain under Col. Charles McDowell. 1779, a Major. 2Q 1780, a Lt. Colonel. 2Q 1781, a full Colonel.  From what is now Alexander County.
Holmes, Robert Rowan County Regiment 1781 Was a Lieutenant and a Sergeant. 1781, a Captain under Col. Francis Locke. W84.
Honeycutt, John Cumberland County Regiment 1781 Was a Lieutenant. 1781, a Captain under Col. James Emmett. At the battle of Lindley's Mill attached to Lt. Col. Robert Mebane (a Continental officer). Lindley's Mill.
Hooks, Jacob Dobbs County Regiment 1777 1777, a Captain under Col. James Glasgow.
Hooks, Thomas Duplin County Regiment 1782 Was a Lieutenant. 1782, a Captain under Col. Thomas Routledge.
Hooks, William Duplin County Regiment 1781 Was an Adjutant. 1781, a Captain under Col. James Kenan.
Hopkins, John Bute County Regiment 1778 1779 1778-1779, a Captain under Col. Thomas Eaton. Briar Creek (GA).
Horn, Isaac Halifax District Minutemen 1776 1778 1776, a Captain under Lt. Col. Henry Irwin and Col. Nicholas Long. First in Edgecombe County. 1777, in Nash County. 1777-1778, a Captain under Lt. Col. Thomas Hunter and Col. James Clinch. aka Isaac Horne. Moore's Creek Bridge.
Horn, John Surry County Regiment 1779 1780 2/12/1779, a  Captain of Light Horse attached to Col. Benjamin Cleveland (Wilkes County Regiment). 1780, a Captain under Col. Martin Armstrong. aka John Horne. Shallow Ford.
Horne, ? Martin County Regiment 1781 1781, a Captain under Col. Whitmell Hill. April 1781, a Captain under Lt. Col. Guilford Dudley (NC Light Horse Regiment). Guilford Court House, Hobkirk's Hill (SC).
Horton, George Orange County Regiment 1780 1780, a Captain under Col. William O'Neal. Aug. 1780, attached to Lt. Col. Stephen Moore (Caswell County Regiment) during the Camden, SC expedition. Camden (SC).
Horton, William Orange County Regiment 1780 1782 Was a Lieutenant. 1780-1782, a Captain under Lt. Col. Thomas Farmer and Col. Hugh Tinnen. Camden (SC).
Hoskins, Joseph Guilford County Regiment 1781 1781, a Captain under Col. James Martin. Guilford Court House.
Hoskins, Ninian Washington County Regiment 1779 1781 1779-1781, a Captain under Col. John Sevier. aka Ning Hoskins. Boyd's Creek (TN).
Houston, Christopher NC Rangers 1776 1782 A Captain of the NC Rangers 1776-1782.
Houston, Isaac Mecklenburg County Regiment 1775 1775, a Captain under Col. Thomas Polk. Great Cane Brake (SC), Snow Campaign (SC).
Houston, James Mecklenburg County Regiment 1775 1781 1775, a Captain under Col. Thomas Polk. 1776-1778, a Captain under Col. Adam Alexander.  1779, a Captain under Col. Robert Irwin. 1780, a Captain under Col. Francis Locke (Rowan County Regiment).  Wounded at Ramseur's Mill on 6/20/1780.  Wounded at the battle of Kings Mountain, SC, while a Captain under Lt. Col. Matthew Brandon (Rowan County Regiment). 1781, a Captain under Col. Robert Irwin. Also a Commissary. Born on 6/22/1747.  From what is now Iredell County. W13500.  Great Cane Brake (SC), Snow Campaign (SC), Ramseur's Mill, Kings Mountain (SC).
Houston, Peter Surry County Regiment A Captain under Col. Isaac Shelby, dates unknown.
Houston, Robert Mecklenburg County Regiment 1781 1781, a Captain under Col. Robert Irwin.
Houston, William Mecklenburg County Regiment 1778 1781 Was an Ensign and a Lieutenant. 1778, a Captain under Col. Adam Alexander. 1779, at the battle of Briar Creek, GA under Lt. Col. Caleb Phifer and Col. Francis Locke (Rowan County Regiment) - covered the retreat of Maj. Gen. John Ashe, Sr. 1779-1780, a Captain under Col. Caleb Phifer in the 2nd Mecklenburg County Regiment. 1781, a Captain under Col. Robert Irwin. Briar Creek (GA).
Howard, Thomas Tryon County Regiment 1776 1776, a Captain under Col. William Graham.  1779, a Captain in the Rutherford County Regiment.  Later, a Captain in SC militia. From what is now Polk County.   Moore's Creek Bridge, Round Mountain.
Howe, Richard Camden County Regiment 1781 1781, a Captain under Col. Peter Dauge.
Howell, Joseph Anson County Regiment 1781 1781, a Captain under Col. Thomas Wade. Beatti's Bridge, Lindley's Mill.
Howett, James Tyrrell County Regiment 1780 1780, a Captain under Col. James Long. Also served under Col. Peter Dauge (Camden County Regiment).
Hoye, William Anson County Regiment 1776 1776, a Captain under Lt. Col. David Love. aka William Hoy, William Hay, William Hays, William Hoey. Cherokee Expedition 1776.
Hubbard, James Washington County Regiment 1778 1782 1778-1779, a Captain under Col. John Carter. 1779-1782, a Captain under Col. John Sevier. Chickamauga Towns (TN), Cherokee Expedition 1782.
Hubbard, Kenan Duplin County Regiment 1778 1780 1778-1780, a Captain under Col. James Kenan. Spring of 1780, attached to Col. John Hinton, Jr. (Wake County Regiment) at Charleston, SC, erecting breastworks, etc. Unclear if his company was taken prisoner at the Fall of Charleston, or not. aka Kinion Hubbard. Briar Creek (GA), Stono Ferry (SC), Siege of Charleston (SC).
Hubbard, William Duplin County Regiment 1778 1780 1778-1780, a Captain under Col. James Kenan. 1780, marched towards Charleston, SC under Col. Benjamin Seawell (Franklin Coounty Regiment), turned back after learning the town had surrendered. Might be from New Hanover County.
Hubbard, William Hillsborough District Minutemen 1775 1781 1775-1776, a Captain under Col. James Thackston. First in Orange County. April 1776, in Northern Orange County Regiment under Col. James Saunders. Later in 1776, attached to Col. Ambrose Ramsey (Chatham County Regiment). Started on the Cherokee Expedition, forced to turn back due to the lack of wagons and pack horses. 1777, in Caswell County. 1777-1781, a Captain under Col. William Moore.
Hudgins, John Chatham County Regiment 1776 1781 1776-1781, a Captain under Col. Ambrose Ramsey. Aug. 1780, attached to Col. John Collier (Randolph County Regiment) during the Camden, SC expedition. 1781, at the battle of Guilford Court House under Lt. Col. Robert Mebane (a Continental officer). At the battle of Lindley's Mill under Col. John Luttrell. aka John Hutchings. Camden (SC), Kings Mountain (SC), Guilford Court House, Lindley's Mill.
Hudson, Cuthbert Granville County Regiment 1775 1778 1775-1778, a Captain under Col. Joseph Taylor. Fall of 1776, attached to Col. Ambrose Ramsey (Chatham County Regiment). Started on the Cherokee Expedition, forced to turn back due to the lack of wagons and pack horses. 1778, a Major.
Huggins, James Mecklenburg County Regiment 1780 1781 1780, a Captain under Maj. Robert Wilson and Col. George Alexander. 1781, a Captain under Lt. Col. William Polk and Col. Robert Irwin. Fall of 1781, in the Wilmington Expedition. Ramseur's Mill, Camden (SC), Cowan's Ford, Tarrant's Tavern.
Huggins, William Mecklenburg County Regiment 1776 1780 1776, a Captain under Col. Adam Alexander. 1780, a Captain under Col. George Alexander. 1780, also a Captain under Col. William Lee Davidson. aka William Hoaggins. Cherokee Expedition 1776, Little Lynches Creek (SC), Camden (SC).
Hughlett, William Thrift Surry County Regiment 1780 1781 1780, a Captain under Col. Martin Armstrong.  At the battle of Kings Mountain, SC under Maj. Joseph Winston. 1781, a Captain under Lt. Col. Joseph Phillips and Col. Joseph Williams. Born on 11/15/1757 in Rowan (what would become Surry then Stokes) County, NC. aka William Hulet, William Hewlett. W4996. Camden (SC), Kings Mountain (SC).
Humphreys, Benjamin Surry County Regiment 1780 1781 Was an Ensign and a Lieutenant. 1780-1781, a Captain under Col. Martin Armstrong. 1781, also under Lt. Col. Joseph Phillips.
Humphreys, David Surry County Regiment 1780 1781 Was a Lieutenant. 1780, a Captain under Col. Martin Armstrong. 1781-1782, a Captain under Col. Joseph Williams. Fall of 1781, in the Wilmington Expedition under Col. James Martin (Guilford County Regiment). aka David Humphries. Camden (SC), Shallow Ford, Raft Swamp, Brick House.
Humphreys, John Surry County Regiment 1780 1781 1780-1781, a Captain under Col. Martin Armstrong. Late 1781, a Major in the Guilford County Regiment. Guilford Court House.
Hunt, Henry Bute County Regiment 1778 1779 1778-1779, a Captain under Col. Thomas Eaton. Attached to Col. Jonas Johnston (Edgecombe County Regiment) in the Purrysburg, SC expedition. Resigned soon after getting into SC, returned home. From what became Franklin County.
Hunt, Jesse 1778 A Captain in the NC Militia during 1778.
Hunt, John NC State Regiment 1781 7/14/1781, a Captain of Infantry in the NC State Regiment.
Hunter, Alexander Guilford County Regiment 1776 1781 1776, a Captain under Lt. Col./Col. James Martin. 1781, a Captain under Lt. Col. James Hunter and Col. John Peasley. Fall of 1781, in the Wilmington Expedition. Moore's Creek Bridge, Cherokee Expedition 1776.
Hunter, Elisha Chowan County Regiment 1778 1778, a Captain under Col. Thomas Bonner. Also served under Col. John Pugh Williams (Bertie County Regiment). Resigned due to his age. His company was taken over by Lt. James Robards.
Hunter, John Washington County Regiment 1782 1782, a Captain under Col. John Sevier. Cherokee Expedition 1782, Lookout Mountain (TN).
Hunter, Libious Carteret County Regiment 1777 1777, a Captain under Col. William Thompson.
Hunter, Samuel Surry County Regiment 1776 1776, a Captain under Col. Martin Armstrong.
Hunter, Thomas Chowan County Regiment 1778 1778, a Captain under Col. Thomas Bonner.
Hunter, Thomas Martin County Regiment 1776 1781 1776, a Captain under Col. William Williams. 1780-1781, a Captain under Col. Thomas Wiggins.
Hunter, William Sr. Salisbury District Minutemen 1775 1781 9/9/1775, a Captain under Col. Thomas Wade. 1776-1779, a Captain under Col. Thomas Wade (Anson County Regiment). 1779, in Richmond County. 1779-1781, a Captain under Col. Charles Medlock and Col. Thomas Crawford. Stono Ferry (SC), Beatti's Bridge, Little Raft Swamp.
Hunter, William Jr. NC State Cavalry-Western District 1780 1781 Sep. 1780, a Captain under Col. William Richardson Davie. 1781, a Captain under Col. Guilford Dudley (NC Light Horse Regiment). From Anson County.
Hurt, Elisha Halifax County Regiment 1780 1781 1780, a Captain under Col. James Allen. Aug. 1780, attached to Col. Jeptha Eatherton (Northampton County Regiment) during the Camden, SC expedition. Sep. 1780, at the battle of Charlotte attached to Lt. Col. William Brickell (Franklin County Regiment). March 1781, a Captain under Col. Pinketham Eaton (a Continental Captain acting as a Militia Colonel). Camden (SC), Charlotte, Guilford Court House.
Hurt, William Halifax County Regiment 1780 1780, a Captain under Col. James Allen.
Hutchison, William Lincoln County Regiment 1780 1780, a Captain under Col. William Graham. Summer of 1780, attached to Col. Robert Irwin (Mecklenburg County Regiment). 1781, a Captain in SC. Rocky Mount (SC), Camden (SC).
Hyre, Thomas Craven County Regiment 1776 1776, a Captain under Col. John Bryan. This man is most likely the same man as Capt. Thomas Tyre below.
Ingles, John 2nd NC Regiment 1777 1783 Was a Lieutenant.  11/12/1777, a Captain under Col. John Patten.  POW at the Fall of Charleston, paroled June 1781, but not exchanged until 11/26/1782.  On 4/24/1782, his commission was back-dated to 10/24/1777.  Retired 1/1/1783.  A brevet Major on 9/30/1783 (?).  Aka John Inglas. Monmouth (NJ), Siege of Charleston 1780 (SC).
Inman, Joshua Burke County Regiment 1781 1781 1781, a Captain under Col. Charles McDowell. Siege of Ninety-Six 1781 (SC), Siege of Augusta (GA).
Irby, John Mecklenburg County Regiment 1780 A Captain under Lt. Col. William Polk.  April 1781, in SC unit. Cowpens (SC).
Irwin, Jared Bladen County Regiment 1778 1781 1778, a Captain of Light Horse under Col. Thomas Robeson, Jr. 1779-1781, a Captain under Col. Thomas Owen. Also served under Lt. Col. James Richardson. aka Jared Ervin, Jared Erving, Jarret Irving, Jarrot Ervin. Guilford Court House, Stewart's Creek #2, Brown Marsh.
Irwin, Robert Mecklenburg County Regiment 1775 1777 1775, a Captain under Col. Thomas Polk. Late 1775-1776, a Captain under Col. Thomas Polk in the 2nd Salisbury District Minutemen. April 1776, a Captain under Col. Adam Alexander. 1777, a Lt. Colonel. 1778, a full Colonel. Great Cane Brake (SC), Snow Campaign (SC), Moore's Creek Bridge, Cherokee Expedition 1776.
Isaacs, Charles Edenton District Minutemen 1775 1776 1775-1776, a Captain under Col. Edward Vail, Sr. 1776, a Captain under Col. Thomas Whitmell. From Bertie County.
Isaacs, Elijah Surry County Regiment 1776 1778 1776-1778, a Captain under Col. Martin Armstrong. Summer of 1776, built Fort Isaacs at the head of the Yadkin River. 1778, a Major then a full Colonel. aka Elisha Isaacs. Cherokee Expedition 1776.
Isbell, Godfrey Wilkes County Regiment 1780 1782 1780-1782, a Captain under Col. Benjamin Cleveland and Col. Elijah Isaacs. 1780, a Captain attached to Maj. Jonathan Tipton (Washington County Regiment of Militia) at the battle of Musgrove's Mill (SC). Musgrove's Mill (SC).
Isbell, Pendleton Wilkes County Regiment 1777 1782 1777-1780, a Captain under Col. Benjamin Cleveland. At the battle of Kings Mountain, SC attached to SC Col. James Williams. 1781, a Captain in SC. Late 1781 and early 1782, a Captain under Col. Elijah Isaacs. Kings Mountain (SC), Cox's Mill #3.
Isler, John Pitt County Regiment 1778 1779 1778-1779, a Captain under Col. John Simpson.
Ives, S.L. Craven County Regiment 1781 1781, a Captain under Lt. Col. Benjamin Stiles and Col. John Tilman.
Ivey, Curtis 3rd NC Regiment 1779 1783 Was an Ensign and a Lieutenant.  2/1/1779, a Captain under Maj. John Armstrong.  Transferred to 4th NC Regiment on 2/6/1782, served till the end of the war.  However, the 4/24/1782 roll claims he was still a Lieutenant.  Some sources assert he was an Adjutant of the 1st NC Regiment in 1781.  aka Curtis Ivory.  aka Curtis Ivy. Eutaw Springs (SC).
Jack, James Mecklenburg County Regiment 1775 1781 1775, a Captain under Col. Thomas Polk.  1776, a Captain under Col. Adam Alexander. 11/25/1776, a Captain in the new 2nd Battalion of Volunteers under Col. Francis Locke. Unit disbanded on 4/10/1777.  1778-1779, a Captain in the "New Levies" under Lt. Col. Archibald Lytle (a Continental Officer). 1779-1781, a Captain under Col. Robert Irwin. Great Cane Brake (SC), Snow Campaign (SC), Cherokee Expedition 1776.
Jackson, John Anson County Regiment 1776 1780 1776, a Captain under Lt. Col. David Love. 1780, a Major. Cherokee Expedition 1776.
Jackson, Jonathan Anson County Regiment 1780 1781 1780-1781, a Captain under Col. Thomas Wade. Wounded at the battle of Beatti's Bridge. Several sources confuse this man with Capt./Maj. John Jackson - possibly the same man. Beatti's Bridge.
Jackson, Jonathan Northampton County Regiment 1782 1782, a Captain under Col. Jeptha Eatherton.
Jackson, Stephen Anson County Regiment 1780 1781 Was a Captain in SC Militia. 1780-1781, a Captain under Col. Thomas Wade. aka "Killing Stephen" Jackson.
Jackson, Thomas Rutherford County Regiment 1780 1780, a Captain under Lt. Col. John Earle.  From what is now Polk County.
Jackson, William Wilkes County Regiment 1780 1781 Was a Lieutenant. 1780-1781, a Captain under Col. Benjamin Cleveland. Kings Mountain (SC).
James, ? Randolph County Regiment 1779 1779, a Captain under Col. John Collier.
James, ? Surry County Regiment 1779 1780 1779-1780, a Captain under Col. Joseph Williams. Guarded the NC/VA Surveyors extending the boundary line during the winter of 1779/1780.
James, David New Hanover County Regiment 1776 1780 1776, a Captain under Col. William Purviance. 1780, a Captain under Col. Henry Young.
James, John Wilmington District Minutemen 1775 1781 9/9/1775, a Captain under Col. John Alexander Lillington.  4/17/1776, a Captain in the 6th NC Regiment. One source asserts he was a Captain in 1st NC Regiment 1781-1782 (little or no evidence). 1780-1781, a Captain under Col. James Kenan. From Duplin County. Rockfish Creek.
James, Thomas Duplin County Regiment 1779 Was a Lieutenant. 1779-1781, a Captain under Col. James Kenan. Also served under Lt. Col. Thomas Bloodworth (New Hanover County Regiment).
Jamieson, ? Onslow County Regiment 1779 1779, a Captain attached to Col. Jonas Johnston (Edgecombe County Regiment) in the Purrysburg, SC expedition. No known engagements. Might be from Craven County.
Jamieson, David Anson County Regiment 1777 1777, a Captain under Col. Thomas Wade. aka David Jemison.
Jamieson, James Rowan County Regiment 1780 1780, a Captain under Col. Francis Locke. Soon, in SC unit.
Jamieson, John Granville County Regiment 1778 1779 1778-1779, a Captain under Col. Joseph Taylor. Briar Creek (GA).
Jamieson, William Orange County Regiment 1778 1782 1778-1779, a Captain under Lt. Col. Archibald Lytle (a Continental officer). 1780-1781, a Captain under Lt. Col. Thomas Farmer. March 1781, a Captain under Lt. Col. Robert Mebane (a Continental officer). Briar Creek (GA), Camden (SC), Cowan's Ford, Tarrant's Tavern, Guilford Court House, Lindley's Mill.
Jarnigan, Thomas Washington County Regiment 1780 1780, a Captain under Col. John Sevier. aka Thomas Jernigan.
Jarrinds, ? Montgomery County Regiment 1781 1781, a Captain under Col. William Lofton. Eutaw Springs (SC).
Jarvis, Jabez Surry County Regiment 1775 1779 1775, a Captain under Col. Martin Armstrong. 1776-1779, a Captain under Col. Joseph Williams. Cherokee Expedition 1776, French Broad River.
Jarvis, John Currituck County Regiment 1776 1778 Was a Lieutenant. Aug. 1776 to Jan. 1778, a Captain under Col. Samuel Jarvis, stationed on the Currituck Banks for 16 months.
Jarvis, John 10th NC Regiment 1777 1778 4/19/1777, a Captain under Col. Abraham Sheppard. Dropped from the Continental rolls in June 1778.  From Currituck County, NC.
Jarvis, Thomas Currituck County Regiment 1780 1781 Was a Private in the NC Continental Line and a Lieutenant in NC Militia. 1780-1781, a Captain under Col. Samuel Jarvis. 1780, also served under Col. Peter Dauge (Camden County Regiment). Originally from Hyde County, moved to Currituck County in 1779.
Jarvis, William Halifax County Regiment 1778 1779 1778, a Captain under Col. Samuel Weldon. 1778-1779, attached to Col. Jonas Johnston (Edgecombe County Regiment). In the Purrysburg, SC expedition, no known engagements. 1779, a Major.
Jenkins, ? Rutherford County Regiment 1780 1780, a Captain under Col. Andrew Hampton. Died on a tour against the Cherokees.
Jenkins, Thomas Guilford County Regiment 1780 1780, a Captain of Light Horse under Col. James Martin.
Jennett, Abraham Tyrrell County Regiment 1780 1780, a Captain under Col. James Long. aka Abraham Gerrot, Abraham Genet.
Jennett, Robert 1st Battalion of Militia 1776 7/31/1776, a known Captain with 53 men under Col. Thomas Brown. Unit disbanded on 8/13/1776. 1781, a Lt. Colonel.  From Hyde County. aka Robert Gennetts.
Jennings, Thomas Richmond County Regiment 1781 1781, a Captain under Col. Thomas Crawford.  Also served under Lt. Col. Thomas Childs and Col. William Lofton (Montgomery County Regiment). Beatti's Bridge.
Jernigan, David Jr. Wayne County Regiment 1780 1781 Was an Ensign. 1780-1781, a Captain of Light Horse under Col. Benjamin Exum.
Jernigan, Jesse Dobbs County Regiment 1776 1776, a Captain under Col. Abraham Sheppard. 1779, in Wayne County. 1779, a Captain under Col. Benjamin Exum. Moore's Creek Bridge.
Jeter, ? Bute County Regiment 1778 1780 1778-1779, a Captain under Col. Thomas Eaton. At the battle of Stono Ferry, SC attached to Col. Jonas Johnston (Edgecombe County Regiment). 1779, in Franklin County. 1780, a Captain under Col. Benjamin Seawell. aka ? Geter. Stono Ferry (SC).
Johnson, ? Bertie County Regiment 1780 1780, a Captain under Col. Thomas Pugh.
Johnson, ? Greene County Regiment 1783 1783, a Captain under Col. Alexander Outlaw.
Johnson, ? Guilford County Regiment 1780 1781 1780-1781, a Captain under Col. John Peasley. Cowpens (SC).
Johnson, ? Rowan County Regiment 1780 1781 1780-1781, a Captain under Col. Francis Locke.
Johnson, Burnett Dobbs County Regiment 1781 1781, a Captain under Col. James Darnell. Also served under Col. John Tilman (Craven County Regiment). Kingston #1 (Probably)
Johnson, Charles Bladen County Regiment 1780 1780, a Captain under Col. Thomas Brown.
Johnson, George Burke County Regiment 1779 1779, a Captain under Col. Charles McDowell.
Johnson, Gilliam Burke County Regiment 1781 1781, a Captain under Col. Charles McDowell.
Johnson, Hugh Tyrrell County Regiment 1780 1780 1780, a Captain under Col. James Long. Spring of 1780, attached to Col. John Hinton, Jr. (Wake County Regiment). POW at the Fall of Charleston, SC, paroled. Siege of Charleston (SC).
Johnson, James Bladen County Regiment 1780 1780 Was a QM in 6th NC Regiment. Spring of 1780, a Captain attached to Lt. Col. Archibald Lytle (a Continental officer). POW at the Fall of Charleston, SC, paroled. Siege of Charleston (SC).
Johnson, James Tryon County Regiment 1775 1780 1775-1780, a Captain under Col. William Graham.  1779, in Lincoln County. Oct. 1780, at the battle of Kings Mountain, SC under Lt. Col. Frederick Hambright. 1780, a Major. Born on 6/15/1742. aka James Johnston. Great Cane Brake (SC), Snow Campaign (SC), Cherokee Expedition 1776, Kings Mountain (SC).
Johnson, Joseph Chatham County Regiment 1776 1780 1776-1780, a Captain of Infantry under Col. Ambrose Ramsey. 1780, attached to Col. John Collier (Randolph County Regiment) in the Camden, SC expedition. Moore's Creek Bridge, Little Lynches Creek (SC), Camden (SC).
Johnson, Samuel Wilkes County Regiment 1777 1782 Was a Private. 1777-1780, a Captain of Infantry under Col. Benjamin Cleveland.  At the battle of Hanging Rock, SC under Maj. Francis Hargrove. At the battle of Camden, SC under Lt. Col. Drury Ledbetter (Montgomery County Regiment). A Lieutenant during the battle of Kings Mountain, SC, then back to Captain. 1781-1782, a Captain of Light Horse under Col. Benjamin Herndon. aka Samuel Johnston. Hanging Rock (SC), Camden (SC).
Johnson, Thomas Rowan County Regiment 1778 1778, a Captain under Col. Francis Locke.
Johnson, William Burke County Regiment 1777 1781 1777-1781, a Captain under Col. Charles McDowell. Helped to build Wofford's Fort at Turkey Cove. aka William Johnston, William Johnstone.
Johnson, William Halifax County Regiment 1777 1777, a Captain assigned to Col. Nicholas Long (DQMG) to oversee men making shot, cartridge boxes, etc.
Johnston, Daniel Rowan County Regiment 1780 1780, a Captain under Col. Francis Locke.
Johnston, Gilbert 1780 1781 A Captain of NC Rangers detached to support Col./BG Francis Marion in South Carolina during 1780 and 1781.
Johnston, Hugo 1781 1781 A Captain of Militia, regiment unknown.  Wounded at Wiggins Mill, GA in April of 1781.
Johnston, Jacob Dobbs County Regiment 1776 1781 1776, a Captain under Col. Abraham Sheppard. 1779-1780, a Captain under Col. James Glasgow. 1781, attached to Col. Francis Avery (Jones County Regiment). At the battle of Rockfish Creek attached to Col. James Kenan (Duplin County Regiment). Moore's Creek Bridge, Rockfish Creek.
Johnston, James Bladen County Regiment 1781 Was a Lieutenant. 1781, a Captain under Col. Thomas Brown, when William Ellis was promoted to Major.
Johnston, John Randolph County Regiment 1779 1781 Was a Private. 1779-1781, a Captain under Col. John Collier. At some time, also served under Lt. Col. Jeduthan Harper (Chatham County Regiment). aka John Johnstone. Camden (SC), Guilford Court House, Lindley's Mill.
Johnston, John Rowan County Regiment 1776 1780 1776, a Captain under Col. Matthew Locke. 1780, at the battle of Colson's Mill under Col. William Lee Davidson (Mecklenburg County Regiment). At the battle of Camden, SC under Col. Francis Locke. Captain of the "Fork Rangers" for ~ 4 years. 1780, a Major. aka John Johnson. Cherokee Expedition 1776, Colson's Mill, Camden (SC).
Johnston, Jonas Halifax District Minutemen 1775 1776 1775, a Captain under Lt. Col. Henry Irwin and Col. Nicholas Long. 4/22/1776, a Major. 1778, a full Colonel. Some list him as James Jonston. Born 1740 in Southampton County, VA. From Edgecombe County. Moore's Creek Bridge.
Johnston, Samuel Orange County Regiment 1780 1781 1780-1781, a Captain under Lt. Col. Thomas Farmer and Col. William O'Neal. aka Samuel Johnson. Camden (SC), Guilford Court House.
Johnston, William Lincoln County Regiment 1780 1780, a Captain attached to Col. Isaac Shelby (Sullivan County Regiment) at the battle of Kings Mountain, SC. Kings Mountain (SC).
Johnstone, William Rowan County Regiment 1778 1778, a Captain under Col. Francis Locke. perhaps William Johnston.
Jones, ? Tyrrell County Regiment 1781 1781, a Captain under Col. James Long. Also served under Col. Samuel Jarvis (Currituck County Regiment).
Jones, Daniel 3rd NC Regiment 1776 1778 5/12/1776, a Captain in the 3rd NC Regiment.  Found guilty of disobeying orders and being absent without leave, 1/31/1778.  Retired 6/1/1778. Brandywine Creek (PA), Germantown (PA).
Jones, Daniel Franklin County Regiment 1781 1781, a Captain under Col. Benjamin Seawell. Also served under Lt. Col. William Thomas Linton (Nash County Regiment).
Jones, David New Hanover County Regiment 1780 1781 1780-1781, a Captain of Cavalry under Col. Henry Young. Heron's Bridge.
Jones, Etheldred Wake County Regiment 1780 1781 Was an Ensign. 1780-1781, a Captain under Col. John Hinton, Jr. Early 1781, attached to Lt. Col. Thomas Farmer (Orange County Regiment). aka Dred Jones Cowan's Ford, Tarrant's Tavern, Guilford Court House.
Jones, Francis Halifax County Regiment 1780 1780, a Captain under Col. James Allen. Also served under Col. Nicholas Long (DQMG) and Col. Benjamin Seawell (Franklin County Regiment).
Jones, Francis Wake County Regiment 1781 1781, a Captain under Col. John Hinton, Jr. At the battle of Guilford Court House attached to Lt. Col. Thomas Farmer (Orange County Regiment). Possibly at the battle of Hobkirk's Hill (SC). A Captain for at least two years. Guilford Court House.
Jones, Gabriel 3rd NC Regiment 1776 1776 4/16/1776, a Captain under Col. Jethro Sumner.  Resigned before 6/1/1776.
Jones, Hull Onslow County Regiment 1777 1781 1777, a Captain of Light Horse under Col. William Cray. Primarily assigned to guard the town of Swannsborough. 1781, a Captain under Col. George Mitchell.
Jones, James Hillsborough District Minutemen 1775 1779 1775-1776, a Captain under Maj. James Moore and Col. James Thackston. 4/16/1776, a Captain of the 3rd Company of Light Horse (NC Light Dragoons - Provincial Troops). Resigned on Oct. 25, 1776.  1778-1779, a Captain under Col. John Hinton, Jr. From Wake County. Moore's Creek Bridge, Ft. Moultrie #1 (SC).
Jones, James Granville County Regiment 1778 2/3/1778, a known Captain under Col. Richard Harris.
Jones, James Hertford County Regiment A Captain of Militia, dates unknown.  From Pitch Landing.
Jones, James Tryon County Regiment 1776 1776, a Captain under Col. William Graham.
Jones, John Burke County Regiment 1780 1780 1780, a Captain of NC Partisan Rangers under Col. Charles McDowell. Wounded at Gowen's Old Fort, SC on 7/13/1780 (right at the NC/SC border). One source claims he was a Captain in the GA Militia under Col. Elijah Clarke (Burke County, GA - vs. - Burke County, NC).  Several sources claim he as a Colonel in the Burke County, NC Regiment.  He was from Burke County, NC. Gowen's Old Fort (SC), Earle's Ford (SC).
Jones, John Camden County Regiment 1781 1782 Was a Lieutenant. 1781-1782, a Captain under Col. Peter Dauge. Summer of 1781, had about 60 men, marched to Currituck Court House, where Loyalists had assembled.
Jones, John Chatham County Regiment 1780 1781 1780, a Captain under Col. Ambrose Ramsey. 1781, a Captain under Col. John Luttrell. Lindley's Mill.
Jones, John Edgecombe County Regiment 1780 1780, a Captain under Col. Exum Lewis. Also served under Col. John Whitaker (Halifax County Regiment). aka Jack Jones.
Jones, John Higgins Martin County Regiment 1778 1779 1778-1779, a Captain under Col. Thomas Wiggins. 1779, attached to Col. Thomas Eaton (Bute County Regiment). Briar Creek (GA).
Jones, John Litten Surry County Regiment 1778 1782 1778-1779, a Captain in the "New Levies" under Lt. Col. Archibald Lytle (a Continental officer). 1779-1782, a Captain under Col. Martin Armstrong and Col. Joseph Williams.
Jones, Kelly Onslow County Regiment 1780 1781 1780-1781, a Captain under Col. George Mitchell. Heron's Bridge.
Jones, Lewis Craven County Regiment 1781 1781, a Captain under Col. John Tilman.
Jones, Philip NC Artillery 1777 1780 7/19/1777 or 11/16/1777 (two sources), a Captain-Lieutenant under Capt. John Kingsbury.  POW at the Fall of Charleston, not exchanged until 11/26/1782. Siege of Charleston 1780 (SC).
Jones, Samuel 3rd NC Regiment 1781 1783 Was an Ensign and a Lieutenant.  9/11/1781, a Captain.  4/24/1782, in 1st NC Regiment.  Court-martialed for using strong language against Governor Alexander Martin.  From Franklin County, NC.  Retired 1/1/1783.  W230.
Jones, Samuel Hertford County Regiment A Captain of Militia, dates unwknon.  From St. John's.
Jones, Samuel Caswell County Regiment 1778 1782 1778-1781, a Captain under Col. James Saunders. Aug. 1780, attached to Col. Elijah Isaacs (Wilkes County Regiment) at the battle of Fishing Creek, SC. 7/14/1781, a known Captain of Infantry in the newly-recreated NC State Regiment. Late 1781, guarded the NC General Assembly at Hillsborough for two months. 5/15/1782, a known Captain in the NC State Regiment. Fishing Creek (SC).
Jones, Simon Pitt County Regiment 1776 1776 1776, a Captain under Lt. Col Robert Salter and Col. John Simpson. 11/28/1776, a Captain under Col. James Armstrong (8th NC Regiment). Resigned fairly soon after being commissioned. Moore's Creek Bridge.
Jones, Solomon Hyde County Regiment 1779 1782 6/30/1779, a known Captain of Militia.  5/24/1780, a known Captain under Col. William Russell.  A known Captain 2/7/1782. 
Jones, Thomas Beaufort County Regiment A Captain of Light Horse, dates unknown.
Jones, Tignal Wake County Regiment 1781 1782 1781-1782, a Captain under Lt. Col. Thomas Wooten and Col. John Hinton, Jr.
Jones, Tract William Volunteer Independent Rangers 1776 1781 1776, a Captain of Light Horse under Col. John Ashe, Sr. Too late for the battle of Moore’s Creek Bridge. 1778-1779, a Captain under Col. Philip Alston (Cumberland County Regiment). 1780, a Captain under Col. Thomas Wade (Anson County Regiment). 1781, a Captain under Col. Thomas Brown (Bladen County Regiment). Called by many "Wicked Will" Jones. From New Hanover County. Briar Creek (GA), Heron’s Bridge.
Jones, William Orange County Regiment 1780 1782 1780-1781, a Captain under Col. Hugh Tinnen. 1781, at the battle of Kirk's Farm under Maj. William Gholson (Chatham County Regiment). 1781, at the battle of Lindley's Mill under Lt. Col. Robert Mebane (a Continental officer). Then, a Captain under Maj. Bennett Crafton in the recreated NC State Regiment.
Jones, William Pitt County Regiment 1778 1778 1778-1779, a Captain under Col. John Simpson. 1779, attached to Col. John Sitgreaves (Craven County Regiment) during the Purrysburg, SC expedition, no known engagements.
Jordan, Alexander Wilkes County Regiment 1781 1782 1781-1782, a Captain under Col. Benjamin Cleveland. His company was attached to Col. Francois DeMalmedy (NC Light Dragoons) for a short while.
Jouett, Matthew Orange County Regiment 1775 1775, a Captain under Col. John Hogan. 1777, in Caswell County. Note - this man very well might be the same man as Capt. Matthew DeWitt above.
Judd, Ralwin Wilkes County Regiment 1778 1781 1778-1781, a Captain of Infantry under Col. Benjamin Cleveland. aka Palmer Judd, Rowland Judd.
Keais, Nathaniel 2nd NC Regiment 1775 1778 9/1/1775, a Captain under Col. Robert Howe then Col. Alexander Martin.  Retired 6/1/1778. Ft. Moultrie #1 (SC).
Kees, John Wilkes County Regiment 1779 1782 1779-1782, a Captain under Col. Benjamin Cleveland. aka John Key, John Keys, John Keyes. Kings Mountain (SC), Cherokee Expedition 1782.
Keil, ? Halifax County Regiment A Captain assigned to Col. Nicholas Long (DQMG), dates unknown.
Kell, James Orange County Regiment 1781 Was a Private. 1781, a Captain under Lt. Col. Robert Mebane (a Continental officer) then under Lt. Col. Thomas Taylor.  Took over from Capt. George Horton. Lindley's Mill.
Kelso, Hugh Washington County Regiment 1781 1781, a Captain under Col. John Sevier.
Kenan, Michael Johnson Duplin County Regiment 1781 Was a QM. 1781, a Captain under Col. James Kenan (his brother).
Kenan, William Duplin County Regiment 1778 1781 1778-1781, a Captain of Light Horse under Col. James Kenan. Evacuation of Wilmington.
Kendrick, James Chatham County Regiment 1778 1781 August 1778, a Captain under Col. Ambrose Ramsey. Also a Captain from 1779-1781. Briar Creek (GA).
Kennedy, John Dobbs County Regiment 1777 1781 7/26/1777, a known Captain under Col. James Glasgow.  1778-1779, a Captain under Col. William Caswell. 1779, in Wayne County. 1779-1781, a Captain under Col. Benjamin Exum. Briar Creek (GA), Webber's Bridge.
Kennedy, John Martin County Regiment 1780 1781 1780, a Captain under Col. Thomas Wiggins. Aug. 1780, attached to Col. Jeptha Eatherton (Northampton County Regiment) during the Camden, SC expedition. 1781, a Captain under Col. Whitmell Hill. 1781, also served under Maj. John Everett. Camden (SC), Guilford Court House, Hobkirk's Hill (SC).
Kennedy, Thomas 2nd Rowan County Regiment 1775 1781 1775-1777, a Captain under Col. Christopher Beekman. 1777, in Burke County. 1777-1781, a Captain under Col. Charles McDowell. 1779, at the battle of Stono Ferry, SC under Col. Francois DeMalmedy (NC Light Dragoons). 1780, wounded at the battle of Ramseur's Mill, while serving under Lt. Col. Frederick Hambright (Lincoln County Regiment). At the battle of Kings Mountain, SC under Maj. Joseph McDowell. Aug. 1781, a Captain under Col. Robert Smith (NC State Legion) and in the Wilmington Expedition. Captured by Col. David Fanning at Chatham County #1, paroled. 1782 under Col. Robert Holmes. Born on 9/11/1757. Stono Ferry (SC), Earle's Ford (SC), Ramseur's Mill, Cane Creek, Kings Mountain (SC), Brick House, Evacuation of Wilmington, Chatham County #1.
Kerney, Richard Halifax County Regiment 1781 1781, a Captain under Lt. Col. Stephen Kerney and Col. James Allen.
Kerr, James 4th NC Regiment 1777 1778 Was a Sergeant Major and a Lieutenant.  April 1777, a Captain for eight months.  In six engagements, wounded twice.  W9093.
Kervener, Aquilla Chatham County Regiment 1779 1779, a Captain under Col. Ambrose Ramsey. aka Equiler Kervener.
Kidd, Joseph Halifax County Regiment 1777 1782 1777, a Captain under Col. Willis Alston. Captain of Guards at the Halifax Jail. 1781-1782, a Captain under Lt. Col. William Thomas Linton (Nash County Regiment), then under Col. Nicholas Long (DQMG).
Kilgore, ? Surry County Regiment 1783 1783, a Captain under Col. Joseph Williams.
Killian, Andrew Burke County Regiment 1781 1781, a Captain under Col. Charles McDowell.
Killian, Samuel Tryon County Regiment 1776 1782 1776, a Captain under Col. William Graham. 1777, in Burke County. 1781, a Captain under Col. Charles McDowell. 1782, a Captain under Col. Joseph McDowell. Cherokee Expedition 1782.
Kimbrell, Buckner Montgomery County Regiment 1779 1781 Was a Lieutenant. 1779-1781, a Captain of Infantry under Lt. Col. Drury Ledbetter and Col. William Lofton. Aug. 1780, attached to Col. John Collier (Randolph County Regiment) during the Camden, SC expedition. 1781, at the battle of Guilford Court House under Col. Hicks (Anson County Regiment). 1781, a Major. aka Buckner Kimbro, Buckner Kimball, Buckner Kimbell, Buckner Kimber. Colson's Mill, Camden (SC), Guilford Court House.
Kimmins, John Surry County Regiment 1780 1781 1780-1781, a Captain under Col. Joseph Williams. aka John Kimmiers. Guilford Court House.
Kincaid, John Lincoln County Regiment 1780 1780, a Captain under Col. William Graham. At the battle of Kings Mountain, SC under Lt. Col. Frederick Hambright. Kings Mountain (SC).
Kincannon, Andrew Washington County Regiment 1782 Was a Lieutenant.
King, Baxter Orange County Regiment 1780 1781 1780-1781, a Captain of Mounted Dragoons under Col. Hugh Tinnen. Aug. 1780, at the battle of Camden, SC under Lt. Col. Thomas Farmer. 1781, at the battle of Eutaw Springs, SC attached to Col. Francois DeMalmedy (NC Light Dragoons). Camden (SC), Eutaw Springs (SC), Raft Swamp.
King, James 1st NC Regiment 1780 1780 Was a Lieutenant.  3/30/1780, a Captain-Lieutenant under Col. Thomas Clark.  POW at the Fall of Charleston, died in captivity (9/8/1780). Siege of Charleston 1780 (SC).
King, John Onslow County Regiment 1776 1781 1776, a Captain under Col. William Cray. 4/29/1776, a Captain over the Cape Fear Independent Company.  Discharged in June 1776 for enlistment irregularities. Replaced by  William Purviance.  1778-1779, a Captain attached to Col. Philip Alston (Cumberland County Regiment). 1779-1781, a Captain under Col. John Spicer. Moore's Creek Bridge, Briar Creek (GA).
King, Michael Duplin County Regiment 1775 1780 1775-1780, a Captain under Col. James Kenan. Moore's Creek Bridge, Stono Ferry (SC).
King, Nathaniel Cumberland County Regiment 1778 1780 1778-1779, a Captain of "New Levies." 1779, attached to Col. Jonas Johnston (Edgecombe County Regiment). 9/5/1780, a known Captain with 19 men under Brig. Gen. (Pro Tempore) Henry William Harrington, statoned at Forks Creek, near Cross Creek. 1780, a Major. Born on 11/7/1750. aka Nathan King. Briar Creek (GA), Stono Ferry (SC).
King, Robert Washington County Regiment 1777 1782 1777-1779, a Captain under Col. John Carter. 1779-1782, a Captain under Col. John Sevier.  Boyd's Creek (TN), Cherokee Expedition 1782.
King, Robert Wilkes County Regiment 1780 1780, a Captain under Col. Benjamin Cleveland.
Kingsbury, John NC Artillery 1777 1780 Was an Ensign.  7/19/1777, a Capt.-Lt.  Full Captain on 11/16/1777 after resignation of Capt. John Vance.  NC Continental, not attached to any NC regiment.  POW/Surrendered 64 men at the Fall of Charleston.  Brevetted as a Major, date unknown. Monmouth (NJ), Stony Point (NY), Siege of Charleston 1780 (SC).
Kinneair, John New Hanover County Regiment 1780 1781 Was a Private and a Lieutanant. 1780-1781, a Captain under Lt. Col. Thomas Bloodworth and Col. Henry Young. aka John Kinnier.
Kirby, ? Surry County Regiment 1781 1781, a Captain under Col. Joseph Williams. aka ? Kerby. Note - there was a Lt. Edmund Kirby in Surry County from 1776 to 1780. Perhaps this man is he.
Kitchen, Benjamin Nash County Regiment 1779 1780 Was a Sergeant of Militia and a Sergeant in the NC Continental Line. 1779, a Captain under Lt. Col. Thomas Hunter and Col. James Clinch. Spring of 1780, attached to Col. John Sheppard (Wayne County Regiment) at Charleston, SC, erecting breastworks, etc. Aug. 1780, attached to Col. Jeptha Eatherton (Northampton County Regiment) during the Camden, SC expedition. Siege of Charleston (SC), Camden (SC).
Kitterall, Moses Gates County Regiment 1780 1781 1780-1781, a Captain under Col. Kadar Reddick. Also served under Col. Peter Dauge (Camden County Regiment). 1781, at North West Bridge in Currituck County, NC.
Knight, John Randolph County Regiment 1780 1781 Was a Sergeant and a Lieutenant. 1780-1781, a Captain of Light Horse under Col. Andrew Balfour and Col. John Collier. At the battle of Guilford Court House under Lt. Col. James Dougan. Also served under Maj. John Gillespie. Badly wounded in skirmish with Loyalists at Caraway Creek on 4/15/1781. Guilford Court House, Lindley's Mill.
Knight, William Granville County Regiment 1778 5/7/1778, a known Captain under Col. Samuel Smith.
Knighton, Jesse Rutherford County Regiment 1779 1781 1779-1781, a Captain under Col. Andrew Hampton. At the Siege of Savannah (GA) and Cowpens (SC) under Maj. William Rutherford. March 1781, at the battle of Guilford Court House attached to Col. Francis Locke (Rowan County Regiment). Aug. 1781, a Captain under Col. Robert Smith (NC State Legion), and in the Wilmington Expedition.  Siege of Savannah (GA), Cowpens (SC), Guilford Court House, Brick House.
Knox, James Mecklenburg County Regiment 1780 1780 1780, a Captain under Col. Robert Irwin. Hanging Rock (SC), Battle of the Bees.
Knox, John Rowan County Regiment 1779 Was a Sergeant and an Ensign. 1779, a Captain under Col. Francis Locke.
Knox, Patrick Mecklenburg County Regiment 1780 1780 1780, a Captain under Maj. Robert Wilson and Col. George Alexander. Killed at the battle of Ramseur's Mill. Ramseur's Mill.
Knox, William 2nd NC Regiment 1775 1776 Sep. 1775, a Captain under Col. Robert Howe.  Accidentally killed by one of his lieutenants (Lt. Richard Graham).  His deathbed wish was for his entire company to be discharged, and this wish was honored.  Not on any official Continental rolls.  From Rowan (what would now be Burke) County, NC. Great Cane Brake (SC), Snow Campaign (SC), Moore's Creek Bridge, Ft. Moultrie #1 (SC).
Koen, Caleb Camden County Regiment 1781 1781, a Captain under Col. Peter Dauge. aka Caleb Coen.
Kreas, John Wilkes County Regiment 1781 1781, a Captain under Col. Benjamin Cleveland.
Kremminger, Frederick Rowan County Regiment 1781 Was a Private. 1781, a Captain under Col. Caleb Phifer. Fall of 1781, in the Wilmington Expedition. Most likely the same man as Frederick Grimminger above. aka Frederick Cromanger, Frederick Criminger, Frederick Griminger.
Kuykendall, Abraham Tryon County Regiment 1778 1780 1778-1779, a Captain of Dragoons under Col. Charles McLean. 1779, in Rutherford County. 1779-1780, a Captain under Col. Andrew Hampton. Earle's Ford (SC).
Kuykendall, Matthew Burke County Regiment 1779 1779 Actually a Private. Received no Commission. Called upon by Col. Charles McDowell to raise a company for the protection of Burke County.
Kyle, Robert Washington County Regiment 1779 1782 1779-1782, a Captain under Col. John Sevier. aka Robert Coil, Robert Coyle, Robert Koil. Boyd's Creek (TN), Cherokee Expedition 1782, Lookout Mountain (TN).
Lacy, Thomas Anson County Regiment 1781 1781, a Captain under Col. Thomas Wade.
Lampkin, Ewell Rutherford County Regiment 1781 1781, a Captain under Col. Andrew Hampton. Attached to Col. Francois DeMalmedy (NC Light Dragoons) at the battle of Eutaw Springs, SC. aka Newell Lampkin, Ewel Lampkins. Eutaw Springs (SC).
Land, John Caswell County Regiment 1780 1780 1780, a Captain under Col. James Saunders. Killed by British Light Horse, date unknown.
Lane, Levi Halifax County Regiment 1779 1781 1779, a Captain under Col. John Whitaker. 1780-1781, a Captain under Col. James Allen. Briar Creek (GA), Guilford Court House, Siege of Augusta (GA).
Lane, Martin Wake County Regiment 1780 1781 1780-1781, a Captain under Lt. Col. Thomas Wooten and Col. John Hinton, Jr. Early 1781, attached to Lt. Col. Thomas Farmer (Orange County Regiment).  At the battle of Eutaw Springs, SC under Lt. Col. Thomas Wooten. Eutaw Springs (SC).
Lane, Robert Wake County Regiment 1781 1781 1781, a Captain under Lt. Col. Thomas Wooten and Col. John Hinton, Jr. At the battle of Eutaw Springs, SC under Lt. Col. Thomas Wooten. Eutaw Springs (SC).
Langham, Elias Rowan County Regiment 1780 1780-1782, a Captain under Col. Francis Locke. Led the construction of a Laboratory at Salisbury. Also led the Guards of the Magazine at Frohock's Old Fields. Often a recruiter for the NC Continental Line.
Langhorn, Alexander Rowan County Regiment 1781 1781, a Captain under Col. Francis Locke.
Langhorn, Elias Rowan County Regiment 1781 1781, a Captain under Col. Francis Locke. Probably the same man as Elias Langham above.
Langhorn, James Wilkes County Regiment 1782 1782, a Captain under Col. Benjamin Cleveland. Also served under Col. Martin Armstrong (Surry County Regiment).
Langston, James Granville County Regiment 1778 1781 1778-1779, a Captain under Col. Samuel Smith. 1779-1781, a Captain under Col. Joseph Taylor.
Langston, John Granville County Regiment 1781 1781 1781, a Captain for a short duration under Col. Joseph Taylor. Got very sick, resigned.
Langston, Joseph Granville County Regiment 1780 1781 Was an Ensign and a Lieutenant. 1780-1781, a Captain under Col. Joseph Taylor. 1780, at the Public Factory in Williamsborough.
Lanier, James Pitt County Regiment 1778 1779 1778-1779, a Captain under Col. John Simpson. 1779, attached to Col. Jonas Johnston (Edgecombe County Regiment) at the battle of Stono Ferry, SC. Stono Ferry (SC).
Lanier, Lewis Duplin County Regiment 1780 First in VA unit. Moved to Duplin County in 1780. 1780, a Captain under Col. James Kenan. Born c.1756.
Lansdale, James Orange County Regiment 1781 1781, a Captain under Col. William O'Neal. Haw River.
Lapsby, ? Washington County Regiment 1780 1780, a Captain under Col. John Sevier. Possibly only in VA units.
Larkins, Benjamin New Hanover County Regiment 1782 Was a Private. 1782, a Captain of Light Horse under Col. Henry Young.
Larkins, John New Hanover County Regiment 1780 1781 1780-1781, a Captain under Lt. Col. Thomas Bloodworth and Col. Henry Young. Heron's Bridge.
Larkins, William New Hanover County Regiment 1776 1776, a Captain under Col. William Purviance. aka Will Larkins.
Lassiter, Nathan Dobbs County Regiment 1781 Was a Lieutenant. 1781, a Captain under Col. James Darnell.
Lawrence, James Washington County Regiment 1780 1780, a Captain under Col. John Sevier.
Lawson, F. Caswell County Regiment 1777 1781 1777-1781, a Captain under Col. William Moore. Cowan's Ford.
Lawson, Joshua Wilkes County Regiment 1780 1780, a Captain under Col. Benjamin Cleveland.
Lea, William Washington County Regiment 1782 1783 1782, a Captain under Col. John Sevier. 1783, in Greene County. 1783, a Captain under Col. Alexander Outlaw.
Leak, John Guilford County Regiment 1776 1781 1776, a Captain under Lt. Col./Col. James Martin. 1778-1779, a Captain in the "New Levies" under Lt. Col. Archibald Lytle (a Continental officer). 1780-1781, a Captain under Col. James Martin. Moore's Creek Bridge, Cherokee Expedition 1776, Stono Ferry (SC), Guilford Court House.
Ledbetter, Drury Anson County Regiment 1778 1779 1778-1779, a Captain under Col. Thomas Wade. 1779, attached to Col. Francis Locke (Rowan County Regiment). Fall of 1779, a Lt. Colonel in the Montgomery County Regiment. aka Drewry Ledbetter. Briar Creek (GA).
Ledbetter, George Rutherford County Regiment 1780 1780, a Captain under Col. Andrew Hampton. Earle's Ford (SC), Kings Mountain (SC), Blackstocks (SC).
Lee, Gabriel Caswell County Regiment A Captain, dates unknown.
Lee, George Caswell County Regiment 1777 1780 1777-1780, a Captain under Col. William Moore. At the battle of Camden, SC under Lt. Col. Stephen Moore. Camden (SC).
Lee, Simon Edgecombe County Regiment 1778 1781 Was an Ensign. 1778-1779, a Captain under Col. Jonas Johnston. POW at the battle of Briar Creek, GA. 1780, attached to Col. Thomas Hunter (Nash County Regiment). Aug. 1780, attached to Col. Jeptha Eatherton (Northampton County Regiment) during the Camden, SC expedition. 1781, at the battle of Guilford Court House under Lt. Col. John Eaton. Briar Creek (GA), Camden (SC), Guilford Court House, Eutaw Springs (SC), Yorktown (VA)(?).
Leggett, William Bladen County Regiment 1781 1781, a Captain of Light Horse under Col. Thomas Owen. Brown Marsh.
Leigh, John Rider Wake County Regiment 1776 Was a Lieutenant.  1776, a Captain under Col. John Hinton, Sr.
Leith, ? Craven County Regiment 1780 1781 1780, a Captain under Col. John Tilman. Late 1780, marched to the Pee Dee River in SC, then followed Maj. Gen. Nathanael Greene in the "Race to the Dan," then went back to Kingston.
Lemmon, George Guilford County Regiment 1780 1780 1780, a Captain under Col. James Martin. Spring of 1780, attached to Lt. Col. Archibald Lytle (a Continental offier). POW at the Fall of Charleston, SC, paroled. Siege of Charleston (SC).
Lenoir, William Surry County Regiment 1776 1781 Was a Lieutenant. 1776, a Captain of Rangers under Col. Martin Armstrong.  1776, a Lieutenant again. 1777, in Wilkes County. 1777-1781, a Captain of Rangers under Col. Benjamin Cleveland. Wounded at Kings Mountain, SC on 10/7/1780. 1781, a Major. 1781, also the Clerk of Court for Wilkes County. Stono Ferry (SC), Siege of Savannah (GA), Kings Mountain (SC), Haw River.
Leonard, Jacob Brunswick County Regiment 1776 1781 6/8/1776, a known Captain under Col. Parker Quince. 7/31/1776, a known Captain with 33 men under Col. Thomas Brown in the recently created 1st Battalion of Militia. Unit disbanded on 8/13/1776. 1781, a Lt. Colonel.  From Lockwoods Folly in Brunswick County.
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