The American Revolution in North Carolina

Majors
Major First Unit Served In As a Major From To Notes Known Battles/Skirmishes at This Rank
Abercrombie, Robert Jr. Southern Orange County Regiment 1776 1777 4/22/1776, a Major under Col. John Butler.
Abner, William Granville County Regiment 1778 1780 1778-1780, a Major under Col. Joseph Taylor.
Alexander, George H. Mecklenburg County Regiment 1776 1778 4/22/1776, a Major under Col. Adam Alexander.  1778, a full Colonel.  Several sources assert he was George A. Alexander. Most records simply show George Alexander.
Alford, Lodowick Jr. Wake County Regiment 1778 1783 4/30/1778, a 2nd Major under Col. Michael Rogers. Possibly served until the end of the war.
Alford, Tanner Wake County Regiment 1781 1783 Was a Captain. 1781, a Major under Col. John Hinton, Jr. Served until the end of the war. Eutaw Springs (SC).
Allen, James Halifax County Regiment 1776 1779 4/22/1776, a Major under Col. Willis Alston.  4/25/1778, a 2nd Major under Col. Samuel Weldon.  2/12/1779, a Lt. Colonel under Col. John Whitaker.  1Q 1780, a Colonel.
Allen, John Craven County Regiment 1781 1783 Was a Captain. 1781, a Major under Col. John Tilman. Served until the end of the war. 
Allen, John NC State Regiment 1779 1781 1779, a Major under Col. John Herritage. 1781, a Major under Col. Benjamin Williams. From Johnston County.
Allen, Richard NC Light Dragoons 1781 1781 Was a Captain. 1781, a Major under Col. Francois De Malmedy. Too late for the battle of Guilford Court House. From Surry County.
Alston, Philip Cumberland County Regiment 1776 1778 4/22/1776, a Major under Col. Alexander McAllister.  5/9/1776, under Col. Ebenezer Folsome.  2Q 1778, a Lt. Colonel.  Later a full Colonel From Cumberland County, what is now Moore County.  
Alston, William Bute County Regiment 1775 1776 9/9/1775, a Major under Col. William Person.
Andres, Stephen Bladen County Regiment 1778 1783 Was a Captain. 1778, a Major under Col. Thomas Owen. Served until the end of the war. aka Stephen Anders, Stephen Anderson, Stephen Andress.
Armstrong, James Pitt County Regiment 1775 9/9/1775, a Major under Col. John Simpson.  Re-appointed 4/22/1776.  
Armstrong, John Cumberland County Regiment 1776 1778 5/9/1776, a Major under Col. Ebenezer Folsome.  Resigned in April of 1778 along with Col. David Smith.
Armstrong, John 4th NC Regiment 1777 1778 Was a Captain in 2nd NC Regiment.  Promoted to Major and transferred to 4th NC Regiment on 10/4/1777.  A Lt. Colonel on 7/17/1778 (back-dated - happened on 7/17/1782).  1780, led a unit simply called the NC Light Infantry (NC State Troops).  Early 1781, led a Surry County Regiment attached to BG Andrew Pickens (SC), chasing Lt. Col. Lord Cornwallis.  Mid-1781, commander of the newly-recreated 3rd NC Regiment - at battle of Eutaw Springs (SC).  2/6/1782, back in the recreated 4th NC Regiment under Lt. Col. Archibald Lytle.  Resigned on 1/1/1783. From Surry County. Stono Ferry (SC), Colson's Mill, Little Lynches Creek (SC), Parker's Old Field (SC), Camden (SC), Kings Mountain (SC), Eutaw Springs (SC).
Ashe, John Baptiste 6th NC Regiment 1777 1778 A Major on 1/26/1777.  He was also a Major in the 1st NC Regiment from 6/1/1778 to 11/2/1778, when he was promoted to Lt. Colonel (1st NC Regiment). Brandywine Creek (PA), Germantown (PA), Monmouth (NJ).
Atherton, Jeptha Northampton County Regiment 1775 1776 See Eatherton, Jeptha below. -
Atkinson, John Northern Orange County Regiment 1776 1777 4/22/1776, a Major under Col. James Saunders.  11/23/1776, a Major under Col. Francis Locke (2nd Battalion of Volunteers). Unit disbanded on 4/10/1777.
Auld, James Anson County Regiment 1775 1776 9/9/1775, a Major under Col. Samuel Spencer.  Resigned in Feb. 1776.  aka James Huld. 
Bailey, ? Caswell County Regiment 1777 1777 1777, a Major under Col. James Saunders.
Baird, Hugh Washington County Regiment 1782 1783 1782, a Major under Col. John Sevier. Served until the end of the war.
Baker, John Hertford County Regiment 1781 1783 2/3/1781, a 1st Major under Col. George Wynns. Served until the end of the war.
Baker, Lawrence Hertford County Regiment 1775 1779 9/9/1775, a Major under Col. Benjamin Wynns.  From Hertford County, then Gates County in Jan/Feb. 1779 as a full Colonel. Stono Ferry (SC).
Barber, John Lincoln County Regiment 1780 1781 Was a Captain. 1780, a Major under Col. William Graham. 1781, a Lt. Colonel. Kings Mountain (SC), Cowpens (SC).
Barr, James Rowan County Regiment 1779 1783 Was a Captain.  1779, a Major under Col. Francis Locke. Served until the end of the war.
Barrier, George Henry Rowan County Regiment 1779 1781 Was a Captain. 1779-1781, a Major under Col. Francis Locke. aka George Henry Barder, Berger, Barrin, Bunyon, Bunyan, Banyon, Bargen, Baringer, Henry Barry.
Barrow, David Craven County Regiment 1777 1783 7/27/1777, a known Major of Militia.  Served until the end of the war.
Battle, Ephraim Onslow County Regiment 1781 1783 Was a Captain. 1781, a Major under Col. John Spicer. Served until the end of the war.
Bayard, Lewis Rowan County Regiment 1779 1779 1779, a Major under Col. Francis Locke for a short duration. aka Lewis Boyd.
Beasley, John Chowan County Regiment 1779 1783 6/21/1779, a known 2nd Major under Col. James Blount.  Served until the end of the war.
Beasley, John Baptist Chowan County Regiment 1779 1783 6/21/1779, a known 1st Major under Col. James Blount.  Served until the end of the war.
Beattie, Thomas Tryon County Regiment 1775 1776 9/9/1775, a 1st Major under Col. William Graham.  4/22/1776, promoted to Lt. Colonel.  aka Thomas Beatty, Thomas Beaty.  From Lincoln County. Moore's Creek Bridge.
Becton, Frederick Craven County Regiment 1775 1776 9/9/1775, a Major under Col. Joseph Leech.
Belford, Tibby Randolph County Regiment 1779 1783 1779, a Major under Col. John Collier. Served until the end of the war. Camden (SC).
Bell, Frederick Edgecombe County Regiment 1780 1780 Was a Captain. 1780, a Major under Col. Exum Lewis for a short duration. aka Frederick Beall.
Bell, Malachi Carteret County Regiment 1775 1779 9/9/1775, a Major under Col. William Thompson.  7/3/1779, a full Colonel.
Bell, Robert NC Light Dragoons 1781 1781 Was a Captain. 1781, a Major under Col. Francois De Malmedy. From Guilford County.
Benbury, Thomas Chowan County Regiment 1775 1779 9/9/1775, a Major under Col. Thomas Bonner.  2Q '79, a Lt. Colonel under Col. James Blount.
Benners, John Craven County Regiment 1775 1776 9/9/1775, a Major under Col. Joseph Leech.
Benton, Jesse Orange County Regiment 1781 1783 1781, a Major under Lt. Col. Thomas Taylor. Served until the end of the war.
Bilfield, ? Caswell County Regiment 1780 1780 1780, a Major under Lt. Col. Stephen Moore.
Birdsong, Batt DQMG 1781 1781 1781, a Major under Col. Nicholas Long (DQMG). Managed the Public Stores in Harrisburgh, Granville County.
Birdsong, John Sr. Chatham County Regiment 1780 1781 1780-1781, a Major under Col. Ambrose Ramsey. Taken prisoner after the battle of Guilford Court House, held until Feb. 1782.
Blair, Thomas Guilford County Regiment 1776 1780 Was a Captain.  4/22/1776, a Major under Col. James Martin. 1780, a Major under Col. John Peasley. Cherokee Expedition 1776.
Blair, William Guilford County Regiment 1777 1778 1777-1778, a Major under Col. James Martin.
Bledsoe, Anthony Washington County Regiment 1777 1781 1776, a Major in VA Militia. 1777, a Major under Col. John Carter. 4Q 1779, a Major under Col. Isaac Shelby in the Sullivan County Regiment. 1Q 1781, a Lt. Colonel. 1783, a full Colonel. aka Anthony Bletcher.
Bledsoe, Isaac Sullivan County Regiment 1781 1783 Was a Captain in the Washington County Regiment. 1781, a Major under Col. Isaac Shelby. Served until the end of the war.
Bledsoe, Lewis Wake County Regiment 1783 1783 Was a Sergeant and a Captain. 1783, a Captain under Col. John Hinton, Jr.
Bloodworth, Thomas New Hanover County Regiment 1776 1781 9/9/1775, a Captain of the Wilmington District Minutemen under Col. John Alexander Lillington.  4/22/1776, a Major under Col. William Purviance.  1781, a Lt. Colonel. aka Thomas Bludworth.
Blount, Reading 5th NC Regiment 1778 1783 5/12/1778, a Major.  6/1/1778, a Major in 2nd NC Regiment.  Summer of 1778, returned home to help recruit new Continentals.  Early 1779, a Major in the Craven County Regiment under Col. William Caswell for a very short while.  Early 1779, also a Major under Col. Thomas Clark in the "new" 5th NC Regiment.  Mid-1781, a Major who commanded the newly-recreated 2nd NC Regiment until 2/6/1782, when Lt. Col. Henry "Hal" Dixon took over.  When Dixon died on 7/17/1782, he re-assumed command of the regiment. Briar Creek (GA), Stono Ferry (SC), Guilford Court House, Eutaw Springs (SC).
Bonner, ? Craven County Regiment 1779 1783 1779, a Major under Col. John Sitgreaves. Served until the end of the war.
Bonner, Henry Beaufort County Regiment 1776 1783 4/22/1776, a Major under Col. James Bonner.  Served util the end of the war.
Boston, John Onslow County Regiment 1780 1780 Was a Captain.  2/11/1780, a 1st Major under Col. Henry Rhodes. Served until the end of 1780. Kings Mountain (SC).
Branch, John Halifax County Regiment 1779 1780 2/12/1779, a Major under Col. John Whitaker.  1Q 1780, a Lt. Colonel under Col. James Allen.
Brandon, James Rowan County Regiment 1775 1780 9/9/1775, a Major under Col. Griffith Rutherford.  4/22/1776, a Major under Col. Francis Locke (1st Rowan County Regiment). 1780, a Lt. Colonel. 1782, a full Colonel.  aka James Brannon.  Cherokee Expedition 1776, Siege of Charleston (SC), Moncks Corner #1 (SC).
Branham, Josiah Wilkes County Regiment 1780 1781 Was a Captain in the Burke County Regiment of Militia. 1780-1781, a Major under Col. Benjamin Cleveland.
Brevard, Hugh 2nd Rowan County Regiment 1776 1778 4/22/1776, a Major under Col. Christopher Beekman.  From Rowan County (what is now Burke County).  1777, a Major in the Burke County Regiment of Militia.  4Q 1778, a Lt. Colonel in the Burke County Regiment of Militia.
Brevard, John Wilkes County Regiment 1777 1779 1777-1779, a Major under Col. Benjamin Cleveland.
Brewster, Lott 7th NC Regiment 1776 1777 11/24/1776 or 11/27/1776, a Major (two sources).   A Lt. Colonel in 3rd SC Regiment on 10/25/1777. Brandywine Creek (PA), Germantown (PA).
Brickell, William Bute County Regiment 1776 1780 1776, a Major under Col. Thomas Eaton. 1779, in Franklin County. 1779-1780, a Major under Col. Benjamin Seawell. 1780, a Lt. Colonel and a full Colonel.
Brooks, Matthew Surry County Regiment 1781 1783 1781, a Major under Lt. Col. Robert Lanier. Served until the end of the war.
Brown, Arthur Bertie County Regiment 1775 1779 9/9/1775, a Major under Col. Thomas Whitmell.  1779, a Lt. Colonel until the end of the war.
Brown, Jacob Washington County Regiment 1781 1782 Was a Captain. 1781-1782, a Major under Col. John Sevier.
Brown, Jeremiah Hertford County Regiment 1781 1783 1781, a Major under Col. George Wynns. Served until the end of the war.
Brown, William Beaufort County Regiment 1775 1779 9/9/1775, a Major under Col. James Bonner.  4Q '79, a full Colonel.
Brownfield, John Mecklenburg County Regiment 1781 1783 Was a Captain. 1781, a Major until the end of the war.
Bryan, Arthur Johnston County Regiment 1780 1781 1780-1781, a Major under Col. John Smith. 3Q 1781, a Lt. Colonel.
Bryan, John Jr. Craven County Regiment 1776 1779 4/22/1776, a Major under Col. John Bryan.  Moore's Creek Bridge.
Bullard, Joseph Washington County Regiment 1782 1782 Was a Captain. 1782, a Major under Col. John Sevier. Killed at the battle of Lookout Mountain (TN) on 9/20/1782. Lookout Mountain.
Burgess, Dempsey Pasquotank County Regiment 1775 1776 9/9/1775, a Major under Col. John Lowry.  4/22/1776, a Lt. Colonel under Col. Isaac Gregory in the 2nd Pasquotank County Regiment.  From what is now Camden County.
Bush, John Jones County Regiment 1779 1781 7/3/1779, a 1st Major under Col. Waightstill Avery.
Butler, ? Caswell County Regiment 1777 1777 1777, a Major under Col. William Moore.
Butler, John Chatham County Regiment 1780 1780 1780, a Major under Lt. Col. John Luttrell.
Butler, John Hillsborough District Minutemen 1775 1776 9/9/1775, a Major under Col. James Thackston.  4/22/1776, a full Colonel in the Southern Orange County Regiment of Militia.
Cage, William Chatham County Regiment 1781 1783 7/23/1781, appointed a 1st Major by the Council of State. Under Col. Ambrose Ramsey and Col. John Luttrell. Served until the end of the war. Chatham Court House (POW), Lindley's Mill, Brown Marsh.
Cain, Elisha Chatham County Regiment 1775 1775 9/9/1775, appointed Major under Col. Ambrose Ramsey but did not qualify.  Matthew Jones replaced him. 
Cain, John Brunswick County Regiment 1779 1783 1779, a Major under Col. Edward Wingate. Some assert he was a Lt. Colonel or a full Colonel. Served until the end of the war. aka John Cains. Bacon's Inlet.
Campbell, James Bertie County Regiment 1779 1780 5/15/1779, 1st Major under Col. James Moore. 1780, a Colonel.
Campbell, James Guilford County Regiment 1779 1779 1779, a Major under Col. James Martin for a short duration.
Campbell, John Orange County Regiment 1779 1780 1779-1780, a Major under Col. William O'Neal.
Campbell, Joshua Pasquotank County Regiment 1775 1779 9/9/1775, a Major under Col. John Lowery.  4/22/1776, a Major under Col. Isaac Gregory (2nd Pasquotank County Regiment).  1777, a Major in Camden County Regiment.  7/30/1779, a Lt. Colonel.  From what is now Camden County.
Campbell, Samuel Craven County Regiment 1776 1776 1776, a Major under Col. John Bryan.
Carruth, John NC State Legion 1781 1783 Was a Captain. 10/16/1781, a known Major in the NC State Legion under Col. Robert Smith. Also a Major under Col. Joseph Dickson in the Lincoln County Regiment of Militia. Served until the end of the war. From Lincoln County. Seven Creeks.
Carter, Landon Washington County Regiment 1781 1782 Was a Captain. 1781-1782, a Major under Col. John Sevier.
Casey, John 1st Pasquotank County Regiment 1776 1783 4/22/1776, a Major under Col. Thomas Boyd.  Served until the end of the war.
Cassaway, ? Cumberland County Regiment 1776 1780 1776, a Major under Col. Thomas Matthews.
Caster, Jacob Chatham County Regiment 1781 1781 1781, a Major under Col. Ambrose Ramsey.
Caswell, Martin Dobbs County Regiment 1775 1776 9/9/1775, a 1st Major under Col. Abraham Shepperd.  4/22/1776, promoted to Lt. Colonel. Moore's Creek Bridge.
Caswell, Richard Jr. Dobbs County Regiment 1779 1779 7/30/1779, appointed 2nd Major under Col. James Glasgow.  Oct. '79, a Lt. Colonel. 1Q '81, a full Colonel.
Cavett, Moses Sullivan County Regiment 1783 1783 Was a Captain. 1783, a Major under Col. Isaac Shelby.
Chadwick, Isaiah Carteret County Regiment 1778 1783 1778-1783, a Major in the Carteret County Regiment of Militia.
Chadwick, Thomas Carteret County Regiment 1775 1778 9/9/1775, a Major under Col. William Thompson.  2Q 1778, a full Colonel.
Chronicle, William Lincoln County Regiment 1780 1780 Was a Captain. A Major under Lt. Col. Frederick Hambright.  Killed at Kings Mountain, SC on 10/7/1780.  From Lincoln County. Kings Mountain (SC).
Clark, Thomas 1st NC Regiment 1775 1776 Major on 9/1/1775.  Promoted to Lt. Colonel, then Colonel. Moore's Creek Bridge [4].
Clayton, Richard Perquimans County Regiment 1775 1783 9/9/1775, a Major under Col. Miles Harvey.  Served until the end of the war.
Clinch, Joseph J. Edgecombe County Regiment 1778 1779 4Q 1778, a Major under Col. Jonas Johnston. 3Q 1779, a Colonel. Briar Creek (GA).
Cocke, William Sullivan County Regiment 1780 1783 Was a Captain. Fall of 1780, a Major under Col. Isaac Shelby. 4/26/1783, a full Colonel in the newly-created Greene County Regiment.
Coleman, Stephen Guilford County Regiment 1781 1783 1781, a Major under Col. John Peasley. Served until the end of the war.
Collier, ? Wake County Regiment 1779 1780 1779-1780, a Major under Col. John Hinton, Jr. At some time, also served under Col. William Moore (Caswell County Regiment).
Cook, Richard Granville County Regiment 1780 1781 Was a Captain. 1780, a Major under Col. William Moore (Caswell County Regiment). 1781, a Major under Col. Joseph Taylor.
Costner, Jacob Tryon County Regiment 1776 1779 4/22/1776, a Major under Col. William Graham.  aka Jacob Cosner.
Cotgrove, Jeremiah New Hanover County Regiment 1780 1780 1780, a Major under Col. Henry Young for a short duration.
Cox, John Montgomery County Regiment 1782 1783 Was a Captain in the Cumberland County Regiment of Militia. 1782, a Major under Col. William Lofton. Served until the end of the war.
Crafton, Bennett NC State Regiment 1781 1783 Earlier, an Adjutant in NC Militia nd in the 6th NC Regiment. August 1781, a Major under Col. Benjamin Williams.  1782, 1st Major under Col. Joel Lewis (back-dated). Unit disbanded in Jan. 1783.
Crafton, Samuel NC State Regiment 1781 1781 1781, a Major under Col. Joel Lewis.
Criddle, Thomas Wake County Regiment 1780 1781 1780-1781, a Major under Col. John Hinton, Jr.
Curlee, ? Nash County Regiment 1781 1783 1781, a Major under Col. Thomas Hunter. Served until the end of the war.
Dabney, John Guilford County Regiment 1775 1776 1775-1776, a Major under Col. Ransom Sutherland.
Dauge, Peter 2nd Pasquotank County Regiment 1776 1776 4/22/1776, a Major under Col. Isaac Gregory.  5/3/1776, promoted to Lt. Colonel.  From what is now Camden County.
Davidson, George Anson County Regiment 1776 1781 4/22/1776, a Major under Col. Charles Medlock.  1779, a Major in the Montgomery County Regiment.  Sep. 1780, a Major under Col. William Richardson Davie in the NC State Cavalry-Western District. Early 1781, a Major under Lt. Col. Hugh Brevard (Burke County Regiment of Militia). 1781, a Lt. Colonel in the Montgomery County Regiment of Militia. Cherokee Expedition 1776, Wahab's Plantation (SC), Charlotte.
Davidson, John Mecklenburg County Regiment 1775 9/9/1775, a Major under Col. Thomas Polk.  4/22/1776, a Major under Col. Adam Alexander.  1780, Brigade Major under Brig. Gen. (Pro Tempore) William Lee Davidson.  
Davidson, William Lee Rowan County Regiment 1775 1777 Earlier a Captain. 1775, a Major under Col. Griffith Rutherford. One source asserts he was a Major in Mecklenburg County under Col. Thomas Polk, Lt. Col. Adam Alexander.  4/15/1776, a Major under Col. Thomas Polk in the 4th NC Regiment. Promoted to Lt. Colonel in 5th NC Regiment on Oct. 4, 1777. Brandywine Creek (PA), Germantown (PA).
Davie, William Richardson 2nd Mecklenburg County Regiment 1779 1780 Was a Captain. 1779-1780, a Major under Col. Caleb Phifer.  Led a unit he called the Independent Corps of Light Horse after the Fall of Charleston, SC. 9/5/1780, a full Colonel. Hanging Rock (SC).
Davis, Charles Warren County Regiment 1781 1781 1781, a Major under Col. Herbert Haynes for a short duration. Cowpens (SC).
Davis, William 1st NC Regiment 1776 1777 Was a Captain.  A Major on April 10, 1776.  Promoted to Lt. Colonel on Feb. 5, 1777. Orton Mill & Kendal Plantation.
Davis, William Rowan County Regiment 1776 1776 1776, a Major under Col. Matthew Locke for a short duration.
Dawes, Abraham Wilmington District Brigade of Militia 1776 6/15/1776, Brigade Major under Brig. Gen. John Ashe, Sr.
Dawson, Levi 5th NC Regiment 1776 1777 A Major on April 15, 1776.  Promoted to Lt. Colonel in 8th NC Regiment on Oct. 19, 1777. Brandywine Creek (PA), Germantown (PA).
DeGlobeck, Baron NC State Regiment 1781 1782 Was a Captain under Col. Francois DeMalmedy. 1781, a Major of the Light Horse units within the NC State Regiment. Resigned 3/26/1782. 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.
Dennis, William Carteret County Regiment 1779 1783 7/3/1779, 2nd Major under Col. Malachi Bell.  1781, a Major under Lt. Col. John Easton, Col. Malachi Bell. Served until the end of the war.
Dennis, William Johnston County Regiment 1780 1783 Was a Captain. 1780, a Major under Col. John Smith. At some time, a Major under Col. Thomas Brown (Bladen County Regiment of Militia). Served until the end of the war.
DeVane, John Sr. New Hanover County Regiment 1775 1775 9/9/1775, a 2nd Major under Col. William Purviance. Soon a Lt. Colonel. Then, a Captain in the Volunteer Independent Rangers.
Dickson, Joseph Lincoln County Regiment 1779 1781 Was a Captain.  1779-1781, a Major under Col. William Graham.  September 1780, attached to support Col. William Richardson Davie in the newly-created NC State Cavalry-Western District. 2/1/1781, a full Colonel. aka Joseph Dixon. Kings Mountain (SC), Charlotte, Polk's Mill, Cowpens (SC).
Dickson, William Duplin County Regiment 1781 1783 Was a Captain. 3Q 1781, a Major under Col. James Kenan. Served until the end of the war.
Dixon, Charles Caswell County Regiment 1778 1779 1778-1779, a Major under Col. James Saunders. Also served under Lt. Col. Archibald Lytle (a Continental officer). Most likely considered to be in the "New Levies."
Dixon, Henry "Hal" 3rd NC Regiment 1777 1778 Was a Captain in 1st NC Regiment.  10/12/1777, a Major.  Later, a Lt. Colonel (5/12/1778).  
Dixon, Robert Duplin County Regiment 1776 1778 4/22/1776, a Major under Col. James Kenan.  aka Robert Dickson. Moore's Creek Bridge.
Dobbins, John Rowan County Regiment 1775 1776 9/9/1775, a Major under Col. Griffith Rutherford.
Donoho, Thomas 1st NC Regiment 1781 1783 Was a Lieutenant and a Captain.  10/13/1781, a Major.  2/6/1782, a Major in the 4th NC Regiment, until the end of the war.  From what is now Caswell County, NC.  W9838.
Doty, Benajah Onslow County Regiment 1776 1780 6/22/1776, a Major under Col. William Cray. Replaced James Howard who resigned. Doty resigned in Feb. 1780.
Dougan, James Randolph County Regiment 1780 1781 1776, an Ensign under Capt. John Collier, Col. James Martin.  1777, an Ensign under Capt. Robert Bell.  1779, a Lieutenant under Capt. Enoch Davis, Col. Francis Locke.  1780, a Major under Col. John Collier.  1781, a Lt. Colonel.  Mid-1782, a full Colonel.  Brother to Col. Thomas Dougan.  Born in Lancaster Co., PA. Camden (SC).
Dougan, Thomas Randolph County Regiment 1780 1782 Was a Captain. 1781-1782, a Major under Col. John Collier. Sep. 1781, captured by Loyalist David Fanning and sent to Wilmington as a POW. Mid-1782, a Lt. Colonel. 1783, a full Colonel. aka Thomas Dugan. Eutaw Springs (SC), Forks of the Yadkin.
Dougherty, George 4th NC Regiment 1781 1783 Aide-de-camp to Maj. Gen. John Ashe in 1779 (NC Militia).   Major of the 4th NC Regiment on 10/13/1782.  One source claims he was a Major in the 6th NC Regiment on 7/17/1782 (?) (No).  aka George Doherty.  R3000.
Drake, John Dobbs County Regiment 1779 1779 1779, a Major under Col. James Glasgow for a short duration.
DuBois, John New Hanover County Regiment 1776 1776 3/3/1776, a 2nd Major under Col. William Purviance.
Dudley, Guilford NC Light Horse Regiment 1781 1781 3/22/1781, commissioned a Major in the NC Light Horse Regiment.  Later a Lt. Colonel and a Colonel. From Halifax County.
Dudley, John Chatham County Regiment 1781 1781 1781, a Major under Col. John Luttrell.
Dunbibin, Jonathan New Hanover County Regiment 1777 1783 3/11/1779, a known Major under Col. Anthony Ward. At the Siege of Charleston, SC under Col. John Hinton, Jr. (POW, paroled). Probably served until the end of the war. Siege of Charleston (SC).
Dupree, Lewis Brunswick County Regiment 1776 1777 6/8/1776, a 2nd Major under Col. Parker Quince.  3Q 1777, promoted to Lt. Colonel.  Resigned in August 1778.
DuVivier, Sureau French Refugees Regiment 1778 1778 A Major under Col. Chariol DePlacer. aka Surian Duvivier.
Eatherton, Jeptha Northampton County Regiment 1775 1776 9/9/1775, a Major under Col. Allen Jones.  4/22/1776, promoted to Lt. Colonel. Later, a full Colonel. aka Jeptha Atherton, Jesse Etherington, Edwin Ethington. Moore's Creek Bridge.
Eaton, Pinketham 8th NC Regiment 1777
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Was a Captain.  A Major on 11/22/1777 - regiment disbanded on 6/1/1778.  Joined the 4th NC Regiment as a Major in Jan. 1779.  Wounded at Briar Creek, GA in 1779.  A Major and a Colonel of Militia between the Fall of Charleston and the battle of Guilford Court House -  April 1781, back as a Major in the newly recreated 1st NC Regiment.  Captured and killed at Ft. Grierson, GA on 5/24/1781. Briar Creek (GA), Stono Ferry (SC), Hobkirk's Hill (SC), Fort Watson #2 (SC), Fort Motte (SC), Siege of Ninety-Six 1781 (SC), Siege of Augusta (GA) (Killed).
Edmondson, James Dobbs County Regiment 1776 1777 1776-1777, a Major under Col. Abraham Sheppard.
Edmunds, Howell Northampton County Regiment 1775 1780 9/9/1775, a Major under Col. Allen Jones.  4/22/1776, a Major under Col. William Eaton.  1Q 1780, a full Colonel.
Ellis, William Bladen County Regiment 1781 1782 Was a Captain. 1781-1782, a Major under Col. Thomas Brown.
Emmett, James 3rd NC Regiment 1778 1781 Was a Captain.  A Major from 2/15/1778 to 6/1/1778.  One source claims he was also a Major in 1st NC Regiment from 12/22/1777 to 6/1/1778.  Retired 6/1/1778. 1780, a Major and, 1781, a Colonel in NC Militia. From Cumberland County, NC.
Enloe, John Pitt County Regiment 1779 1783 Was a Captain in NC Militia and in the 5th NC Regiment. 7/30/1779, appointed 2nd Major under Col. John Simpson. Served until the end of the war.
Estes, John Orange County Regiment 1781 1781 Earlier, a Commissary.  Appointed a Major on 9/9/1781.  Taken POW by Loyalist Col. David Fanning at Hillsborough on 9/12/1781, detained in Charleston, SC until 1/12/1782, when paroled. Hillsborough.
Evans, George Pitt County Regiment 1775 1780 9/9/1775, a Major under Col. John Simpson. 1/23/1776, authorized by the Provincial Council to raise a company of volunteers.  Re-appointed 4/22/1776.  
Everett, John Martin County Regiment 1781 1783 1781, a Major under Col. Whitmell Hill. Served until the end of the war. aka John Everitt. Guilford Court House, Hobkirk's Hill (SC).
Farragut, George NC State Regiment 1782 1783 5/1/1782, a Major over the units of Light Horse within the NC State Regiment. Unit disbanded in Jan. 1783.
Fenner, William 7th NC Regiment 1777 1778 A Major from 10/24/1777 to 6/1/1778, when the regiment was disbanded.  Was a Captain in the 2nd NC Regiment.  Retired 6/1/1778.
Ferrell, Bry Franklin County Regiment 1781 1783 1781, a Major under Col. Benjamin Seawell. Served until the end of the war.
Folsome, Israel Hillsborough District Minutemen 1775 1777 9/9/1775, a Major under Col. James Thackston. 4/1/1776, a Major in the Northern Orange County Regiment.  1777, a Lt. Colonel in the Caswell County Regiment.  From Orange (what is now Caswell) County.
Foy, James Bertie County Regiment 1780 1780 1780, a Major on Staff to Maj. Gen. Richard Caswell in the Camden, SC expedition. Camden (SC).
Franklin, Jesse Hardin Wilkes County Regiment 1781 1783 Was a Lieutenant and a Captain.  Early 1781, a Major under Col. Benjamin Cleveland. Served until the end of the war. Guilford Court House.
Furley, William Camden County Regiment 1781 1783 1781, a Major under Col. Peter Dauge. Served until the end of the war. aka William Furby.
Gaudy, Edward Nash County Regiment 1781 1783 Was a Captain. 1781, a Major under Col. Thomas Hunter. Served until the end of the war. aka Edward Gandy.
Gayle, Wynn 2nd Battalion of Militia 1776 1776 5/3/1776, a Major under Col. Peter Dauge. Unit disbanded on 8/13/1776. From Chowan County.
Geddy, John Halifax County Regiment 1776 1778 12/23/1776, a 1st Major under Col. Willis Alston.  4/25/1778, a Lt. Colonel under Col. Samuel Weldon.  
Gee, Drury Northampton County Regiment 1776 1776 4/22/1776, a Major under Col. William Eaton.  5/11/1776, promoted to Lt. Colonel under Col. Peter Dauge (2nd Battalion of Militia).  aka Drewry Gee.
Gholson, William Chatham County Regiment 1781 1783 Was a Captain. 1781, a Major under Col. John Luttrell. 1781, a Lt. Colonel upon the death of Col. John Luttrell. Kirk's Farm, Lindley's Mill.
Gill, William Granville County Regiment 1780 1781 1780-1781, a Major under Col. Joseph Taylor Guilford Court House.
Gillespie, John Guilford County Regiment 1781 1783 Was a Captain. 1781, a Major under Col. James Martin. 1782, a Major under Col. John Peasley. Served until the end of the war.
Gillespie, Robert Rowan County Regiment 1781 1783 Was a Captain. 1781, a Major under Col. Francis Locke. Served until the end of the war.
Glasgow, James Dobbs County Regiment 1776 1777 Was an Adjutant.  4/22/1776, a Major under Col. Abraham Sheppard.  2Q 1777, a full Colonel when Abraham Sheppard launched the 10th NC Regiment.
Goode, John Guilford County Regiment 1781 1781 1781, a Major under Col. John Peasley. Guilford Court House.
Goode, Richard Surry County Regiment 1778 1783 Was a Captain. 1778, a Major under Col. Joseph Williams. At the battle of Eutaw Springs, SC under Col. Francois DeMalmedy (NC Light Dragoons). Served until the end of the war. Chickamauga Towns (TN), Ramseur's Mill, Guilford Court House, Eutaw Springs (SC).
Gordon, Charles NC State Regiment 1782 1783 7/14/1781, a Captain of Infantry in the new NC State Regiment.  5/15/1782, a known Captain in the NC State Regiment.  8/1/1782, promoted to Major. Unit disbanded in Jan. 1783.
Gordon, Nathaniel Wilkes County Regiment 1781 1783 1781, a Major under Col. Elijah Isaacs. At the battle of Eutaw Springs, SC under Col. Francois DeMalmedy (NC Light Dragoons). Served until the end of the war. Eutaw Springs (SC).
Gorham, James New Bern District Minutemen 1775 1780 9/9/1775, a Major under Col. Richard Caswell.  5/1/1776, a Major under Col. John Simpson in the Pitt County Regiment of Militia.  Aug. 1780, a Lt. Colonel when John Simpson elected Brig. Gen. (Pro Tempore).  Later, a full Colonel. From Pitt County. Moore's Creek Bridge.
Graham, Joseph NC State Legion 1781 1783 Was a Captain.  10/7/1781, commissioned a Major by Brig. Gen. Griffith Rutherford to serve under Col. Robert Smith. 7/25/1782, he was under Col. Joseph Dickson (Lincoln County Regiment). Served until the end of the war. From Mecklenburg County. Raft Swamp, Moore's Plantation, Brick House, Seven Creeks, Evacuation of Wilmington.
Grainger, Caleb 1st NC Regiment 1777 1777 Was a Captain.  A Major from 2/5/1777 to 4/26/1777 (resigned).
Grandy, Charles Camden County Regiment 1779 1783 Was a Captain. 7/30/1779, a 2nd Major under Col. Dempsey Burgess. Served until the end of the war.
Grantham, Richard Dobbs County Regiment 1779 1783 1779, a Major under Col. William Caswell. May have been a Major as early as 1777. Served until the end of the war. Briar Creek (GA).
Graves, ? Wake County Regiment 1780 1780 1780, a Major under Col. John Hinton, Jr.
Gray, James Rutherford County Regiment 1780 1783 1780, a Major under Lt. Col. James Miller. Served until the end of the war. Kings Mountain (SC).
Gray, John Camden County Regiment 1777 1783 8/19/1777, a Major under Col. Isaac Gregory.  7/30/1779, a Major under Col. Dempsey Burgess. Served until the end of the war.
Gregory, John Camden County Regiment 1778 1779 1778, a Major under Col. Isaac Gregory. 3Q 1779, a Colonel.
Grey, Cornelius Camden County Regiment 1778 1778 1778, a Major under Col. Isaac Gregory.
Griffin, Hardy Nash County Regiment 1781 1783 Was a Captain. Early 1781, a Major under Col. James Clinch. Served until the end of the war. Rockfish Creek.
Griffin, John Orange County Regiment 1781 1781 Was a Captain. 1781, a Major under Col. William O'Neal.
Griffith, Roger Chatham County Regiment 1781 1783 Earlier a Lieutenant and a Captain. 7/23/1781, appointed a 2nd Major by the Council of State, first under Col. John Luttrell, then under Col. Ambrose Ramsey. Served until the end of the war. aka Roger Griffin, Roger Griffis. Lindley's Mill.
Grimes, George Surry County Regiment 1780 1781 1780-1781, a Major under Col. Martin Armstrong.
Gullick, Jonathan Lincoln County Regiment 1781 1783 1781, a Major under Col. Joseph Dickson. Served until the end of the war.
Gwinn, Edward Orange County Regiment 1781 1783 Was a Captain. 4Q '81, a Major under Col. William O'Neal. Served until the end of the war.
Habersham, ? 1779 1779, a Major under Lt. Col. Archibald Lytle (a Continental officer) in the "New Levies." Nothing more known.
Hadley, Simon Cumberland County Regiment 1781 1783 Was a Lieutenant and a Captain. 1/31/1781, a 2nd Major under Col. James Emmett.  Served until the end of the war.
Hall, James Rowan County Regiment 1780 1781 Was a Captain.  1780-1781, a Major under Col. Francis Locke. Killed at the battle of Cowan's Ford on 2/1/1781. Cowan's Ford.
Hall, William Surry County Regiment 1775 1779 9/9/1775, a Major under Col. Martin Armstrong.
Hambright, Frederick Tryon County Regiment 1775 1776 9/9/1775, a Major under Col. William Graham.  June 1776, back to Captain.  1779, a Lt. Colonel.  From what became Lincoln County.   Moore's Creek Bridge.
Hamilton, James NC Light Infantry A known Major attached to Lt. Col. John Laurens (SC) in early 1782.  From which NC Regiment currently unknown. Raid on John's Island (SC).
Hampton, Adam Rutherford County Regiment 1779 1781 1779, a Major under Col. Andrew Hampton. 1781, a Major under Col. Robert Porter for a short duration. Might be the same man as Captain Adam Hampton, perhaps only an Acting Major.
Hancock, Joshua Chatham County Regiment 1780 1780 1780, a Major under Col. Ambrose Ramsey for a short duration.
Haralson, Herndon Caswell County Regiment 1781 1781 Was a Captain. Commanded three companies of mounted infantry called "The Marshall Corps" detached under Col. Francois DeMalmedy (NC Light Dragoons) at the battle of Eutaw Springs (SC). Eutaw Springs (SC).
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9/9/1775, a Major under Col. Thomas Wade.  From Rowan County.  Moved to Rutherford County and became a Captain in Militia.  11/25/1776, a Captain in the new 2nd Battalion of Volunteers under Col. Francis Locke. 2/12/1779, a Major again, under Col. Benjamin Cleveland (Wilkes County Regiment).  May 1783, appointed Colonel/Commandant of the newly-created Greene County Regiment. aka Joseph Harbin, Joseph Hardin. Ramseur's Mill, Kings Mountain (SC).
Hardison, John Martin County Regiment 1778 1783 4/24/1778, a 2nd Major under Col. Whitmell Hill. Served until the end of the war.
Hargett, Frederick Jones County Regiment 1781 1783 Was a Captain in 8th NC Regiment, then in NC Militia.  1781, a Major under Col. Francis Avery. Served until the end of the war.
Hargrove, Francis Wilkes County Regiment 1780 1781 1780-1781, a Major under Col. Benjamin Cleveland. aka Frank Hargraves, Hardgrove, Hartgrove, Hartgraves, etc. Hanging Rock (SC).
Harmon, Thomas Caswell County Regiment 1780 1780 1780, a Major under Col. William Moore.
Harney, Selby 8th NC Regiment 1776 1777 Earlier, a Captain in NC Militia.  11/26/1776, a Major in the 8th NC Regiment.  A Lt. Colonel on 11/22/1777 of the 2nd NC Regiment.  aka Selby Harvey. Brandywine Creek (PA), Germantown (PA).
Harper, Andrew NC Brigade 1779 Brigade Major to BG James Hogun.
Harrell, Samuel Hertford County Regiment 1781 1783 Was a Captain. 2/3/1781, a 2nd Major appointed by the Gen. Assy under Col. George Wynns.  Served until the end of the war.
Harrington, ? Tryon County Regiment 1777 1779 1777-1779, a Major under Col. William Graham.
Harris, Arthur Mecklenburg County Regiment 1781 1783 1781, a Major under Col. Caleb Phifer.
Harris, Benjamin Rowan County Regiment 1780 1781 1780-1781, a Major under Col. Francis Locke.
Harris, Etheldred Montgomery County Regiment 1781 1783 Was a Captain. 3Q 1781, a Major under Col. William Lofton. Served until the end of the war.
Harris, James Mecklenburg County Regiment 1778 1781 Was a Captain.  1778, a Major under Col. George Alexander. 1779-1781, a Major under Col. Robert Irwin.   Ramseur's Mill.
Harris, Thomas Anson County Regiment 1776 1780 3/2/1776, a Major under Col. Thomas Wade.  4/17/1776, a Captain in the 4th NC Regiment. 10/4/1777, a Major in the 4th NC Regiment.  Dropped from the Continental rolls in Jan. 1778.  1780, as a Major of Militia, served as the Aide-de-Camp to Brig. Gen. Griffith Rutherford. POW/Wounded at the battle of Camden (SC). 1779, in Montgomery County. 2/12/1781, NC Gen. Assy. awarded him £5,000 for his wounds/service. S13312. Camden (SC).
Harris, West Montgomery County Regiment 1781 1783 Was a Captain. 3Q 1781, a Major under Col. William Lofton. Fall of 1781, in the Wilmington Expedition.  Served until the end of the war.
Harrison, Richard Granville County Regiment 1781 1783 Was a Captain. 1781, a Major under Col. Joseph Taylor. Served until the end of the war. aka Richard Harrington. Guilford Court House.
Harrison, Thomas Northern Orange County Regiment 1776 1783 4/22/1776, a Major under Col. James Saunders.  1777, a Major in the Caswell County Regiment until the end of the war. 1780, under Lt. Col. Thomas Farmer (Orange County Regiment).  1781, under Col. William Moore. Guilford Court House.
Harvey, ? Dobbs County Regiment 1777 1778 1777, a Major under Col. Abraham Sheppard. 1778, a Major under Col. James Glasgow.
Harvey, Thomas Perquimans County Regiment 1775 1778 9/9/1775, a Major under Col. Miles Harvey.  11/13/1778, a full Colonel.
Hawkins, ? 1780 1781 Aide-de-camp to Maj. Gen. Richard Caswell during the Camden, SC expedition.  Also known as of 2/25/1781.
Hawkins, John Warren County Regiment 1781 1781 1781, a Major under Col. Herbert Haynes. Guilford Court House.
Haywood, Egbert Halifax County Regiment 1775 1776 9/9/1775, a Major under Col. John Bradford.
Heannis, Ben Mecklenburg County Regiment 1780 1780 1780, a Major under Col. George Alexander. POW at the Fall of Charleston,SC, paroled. aka Ben Henin. Siege of Charleston (SC).
Henderson, John NC Light Dragoons 1781 1783 Was a Captain. Fall of 1781, a Major under Col. Francois DeMalmedy. Served until the end of the war. From Granville County.
Henderson, Pleasant NC Light Dragoons 1781 1781 Earlier, a Sergeant, a Lieutenant, and a Pay Master. 2/11/1781, a Major under Col. Francois De Malmedy for three months. Ramsey's Mill.
Henderson, Samuel NC Light Dragoons 1781 1781 Was a Captain. 1781, a Major under Col. Francois DeMalmedy. Some claim he made it to Lt. Colonel (very likely). Cowpens (SC).
Herndon, Benjamin Wilkes County Regiment 1781 1781 Was a Captain.  1781, a Major in Militia.  Then a full Colonel.
Herndon, Joseph Wilkes County Regiment 1780 1782 Was a Captain.  1780, a Major under Col. Benjamin Cleveland.  Led the Infantry towards the battle of Kings Mountain, SC, too late. Resigned on 5/5/1782.
Hicks, Benjamin Duplin County Regiment 1781 1783 1781, a Major under Col. James Kenan. Served until the end of the war. Rockfish Creek.
Hill, Green Bute County Regiment 1776 1779 4/22/1776, a Major under Col. Thomas Eaton. 
Hill, Robert Halifax District Minutemen 1775 1783 9/9/1775, a Major under Col. Nicholas Long.  1780, a Major under Lt. Col. Henry Hart and Col. Exum Lewis (Edgecombe County Regiment of Militia). Served until the end of the war. From Halifax County.
Hill, William Franklin County Regiment 1781 1783 Was a Lieutenant and a Captain. 1781, a Major under Col. Benjamin Seawell. Served until the end of the war.
Hinds, John Randolph County Regiment 1781 1783 Was a Captain. 1781, a Major under Col. John Collier. Served until the end of the war. aka John Hines.
Hines, Thomas Wake County Regiment 1775 1778 9/9/1775, a Major under Col. John Hinton.  Declined a promotion to Lt. Colonel. Moore's Creek Bridge.
Hinton, James Wake County Regiment 1776 1780 Was a Captain. 1776, a Major under Col. John Hinton, Sr. 1Q 1780, a Lt. Colonel. Also a full Colonel for a short duration.
Hinton, John Jr. Wake County Regiment 1775 1778 9/9/1775, a Major under Col. John Hinton, Sr.  Promoted to full Colonel in August 1778. Moore's Creek Bridge.
Hogan, Samuel 2nd Battalion of Militia 1776 1776 5/3/1776, a Major under Lt. Col. Drury Gee and Col. Peter Dauge. Unit disbanded on 8/13/1776. From Halifax County.
Hogg, Thomas 5th NC Regiment 1777 1783 Was a Captain.  A Major on 10/19/1777.  6/1/1778, a Major in 3rd NC Regiment.  POW at the Fall of Charleston, exchanged March 1781.  Served till the end of the war.  One source claims he retired on 1/1/1783.  His son later asserts that he was promoted to Lt. Colonel near the end of the war. Monmouth (NJ), Siege of Charleston 1780 (SC).
Hogun, James Halifax County Regiment 1776 1776 4/22/1776, a Major under Col. Willis Alston.  5/11/1776, a Major under Col. Peter Dauge (2nd Battalion of Militia). Unit disbanded on 8/13/1776.  11/24/1776, a Colonel in 7th NC Regiment. From Halifax County.
Holmes, Robert Burke County Regiment 1779 1780 Was a Captain. 1779-1780, a Major under Col. Charles McDowell. Then, a Lt. Colonel and a full Colonel.  From what is now Alexander County.
Hopkins, ? Orange County Regiment 1780 1780 1780, a Major under Col. Hugh Tinnen.
Horn, Isaac Bute County Regiment 1778 1779 1778-1779, a Major under Col. Thomas Eaton. Briar Creek (GA).
Horne, Henry Jr. Edgecombe County Regiment 1775 1783 9/9/1775, a Major under Col. William Haywood.  Resigned 4/22/1783.
Howard, James Onslow County Regiment 1775 1776 9/9/1775, a Major under Col. William Cray.  Resigned in June 1776.
Hudson, Cuthbert Granville County Regiment 1778 1780 Was a Captain.  5/6/1778, a known 1st Major under Col. Samuel Smith.
Hunt, William Mounted Volunteers 1780 1780 1779, a Commissary. Aug. to Dec. 1780, a known Major under Col. Philip Taylor and Col. John Dickerson. April 1781, an Express Rider to Maj. Gen. Nathanael Greene. From Granville County. Born 12/27/1757 in Halifax County, VA.  Polk's Mill.
Hunter, Jacob Chowan County Regiment 1775 1779 9/9/1775, a Major under Col. Thomas Bonner.
Hunter, James Guilford County Regiment 1776 1781 1776, a Major under Col. James Martin.  1Q 1781, a Lt. Colonel. Cherokee Expedition 1776.
Hunter, Thomas Edgecombe County Regiment 1776 1777 4/22/1776, a Major under Col. Exum Lewis.  December 1777, a Lt. Colonel in the newly-created Nash County.
Irvin, James Rowan County Regiment 1776 1779 1776, a Major under Col. Francis Locke. 1778-1779, a Major under Lt. Col. Archibald Lytle (a Continental officer). aka James Irwin. Cherokee Expedition 1776, Briar Creek (GA).
Isaacs, Elijah Wilkes County Regiment 1778 1779 Was a Captain.  4/25/1778, a 1st Major of Militia, replacing Maj. William Lewis, who had resigned.  1Q 1779, a full Colonel.  aka Elisha Isaacs.
Ivy, ? Duplin County Regiment 1779 1781 1779-1781, a Major under Col. James Kenan. Stono Ferry (SC), Eutaw Springs (SC).
Jackson, John Anson County Regiment 1780 1783 Was a Captain. 1780, a Major under Col. Thomas Wade. Served until the end of the war. Some claim he made it to Lt. Colonel. Beatti's Bridge.
Jarvis, William Halifax County Regiment 1779 1780 1779, a Major detached to support Col. Jonas Johnston (Edgecombe County Regiment). 1780, a Major under Col. John Whitaker. Stono Ferry (SC).
Johnson, James Lincoln County Regiment 1780 1780 Was a Captain. Late 1780, a Major under Col. Charles McLean for a short duration.
Johnston, John Rowan County Regiment 1780 1780 Was a Captain. 1780, a Major under Col. Francis Locke for a short duration. aka John Johnson.
Johnston, Jonas Edgecombe County Regiment 1776 1778 Was a Captain. 4/22/1776, a Major under Col. Exum Lewis.  3Q 1778, a full Colonel.
Johnston, Thomas Onslow County Regiment 1775 1777 9/9/1775, a Major under Col. William Cray.  3Q 1777, a Lt. Colonel.
Jones, Charles Montgomery County Regiment 1780 1781 1780-1781, a Major under Lt. Col. Drury Ledbetter.
Jones, John Richmond County Regiment 1779 1783 1779, a Major under Col. Thomas Crawford. Served until the end of the war. Beatti's Bridge, Little Raft Swamp.
Jones, Matthew Chatham County Regiment 1775 1778 9/15/1775, a Major under Col. Ambrose Ramsey.  Replaced Elisha Cain who did not qualify.  Resigned on 8/17/1778. 
Jones, Samuel NC State Regiment 1781 1782 5/5/1783, the NC General Assembly back dated his promotion to 2nd Major on 11/5/1781, the date that Col. Benjamin Williams resigned.  Was a Captain.  Considered to have resigned when he absented himself from camp on 8/1/1782.
Jones, Taylor Currituck County Regiment 1775 1777 9/9/1775, a Major under Col. Samuel Jarvis.  4/22/1776, a Major under Col. Hollowell Williams.
Jones, Thomas Hyde County Regiment 1775 1783 9/9/1775, a Major under Col. Rotheas Latham.  Served until the end of the war.
Kenan, Felix Duplin County Regiment 1779 1780 1779-1780, a Major under Col. James Kenan.
Kenan, Owen Duplin County Regiment 1779 1781 1779-1781, a Major under Col. James Kenan. Killed at Cohera Swamp on 5/11/1781. Brother of James Kenan.  Cohera Swamp.
Kennedy, ? Guilford County Regiment 1780 1781 1780-1781, a Major under Col. James Martin. Guilford Court House.
Kimbrell, Buckner Montgomery County Regiment 1781 1783 Was a Captain. 2Q 1781, a Major under Col. William Lofton. Served until the end of the war.
King, Nathaniel Cumberland County Regiment 1780 1781 Was a Captain. 1780-1781, a Major under Col. Philip Alston.
Knight, Jonathan Granville County Regiment 1778 1780 5/6/1778, a known 2nd Major under Col. Samuel Smith.
Lamb, Gideon 6th NC Regiment 1776 1777 A Major on April 15, 1776.  Tried for abandoning his troops at battle of Brandywine Creek, acquitted.  Later, a Lt. Colonel and a full Colonel. Ft. Moultrie #1 (SC).
Lane, Henry Wake County Regiment 1781 1781 1781, a Major under Col. John Hinton, Jr.
Lane, Isaac Washington County Regiment 1780 1781 1780-1781, a Major under Col. John Sevier. Kings Mountain (SC).
Lascelles, Othniel First Pasquotank County Regiment 1776 1783 4/22/1776, a Major under Col. Thomas Boyd.  Served util the end of the war.
Lenoir, William Wilkes County Regiment 1781 1781 Was a Lieutenant and a Captain. 1781, a Major under Col. Benjamin Cleveland.
Leonard, Samuel Brunswick County Regiment 1780 1781 1780, a Major under Col. Edward Wingate. Served until the end of the war. Bacon's Inlet.
Lewis, Joel NC State Regiment 1781 1781 Was a Captain.  1781, a Major in the NC State Regiment.  5/5/1783, NC General Assembly back dated a promotion to Colonel and Commandant as of Benjamin Williams's resignation 11/5/1781. Unit disbanded in Jan. 1783.
Lewis, Joseph Wilkes County Regiment 1780 1780 1780, a Major under Col. Benjamin Cleveland for a short duration.
Lewis, Micajah Surry County Regiment 1779 1781 Was a Captain in the NC Continental Line. 1779-1781, a Major in the Surry County Regiment. 1780, attached to support Lt. Col. Henry "Hal" Dixon in the Camden, SC expedition.  Wounded at the battle of Kings Mountain, SC. Died 2/28/1781 as a result of wounds received at Dickey's Farm (2/26/1781). Stono Ferry (SC), Little Lynches Creek (SC), Camden (SC), Kings Mountain (SC), Haw River, Dickey's Farm.
Lewis, Murphy Anson County Regiment 1779 1783 1779, a Major under Col. Thomas Wade. Served until the end of the war. Eutaw Springs (SC).
Lewis, Richard Rutherford County Regiment 1781 1783 1781, a Major under Col. Andrew Hampton. Served until the end of the war. Ninety-Six 1781 (SC).
Lewis, William Wilkes County Regiment 1777 1778 A Major of Militia.  Resigned in April of 1778.
Lewis, William Terrell Surry County Regiment 1781 1781 Was a Captain.  1781, a Major under Col. Martin Armstrong.
Lockhart, Samuel 3rd NC Regiment 1776 1777 A Major under Col. Jethro Sumner on April 15, 1776.  Promoted to Lt. Colonel on 10/12/1777 and transferred to 8th NC Regiment. Brandywine Creek (PA), Germantown (PA).
Long, Andrew Tryon County Regiment 1776 1779 1776-1779, a Major under Col. Thomas Beattie.
Long, Andrew Tyrrell County Regiment 1776 1783 4/22/1776, a Major under Col. Clement Cook.  Served until the end of the war.
Long, James Tyrrell County Regiment 1775 1776 9/9/1775, a Major under Col. Edward Buncombe.  4/22/1776, promoted to Lt. Colonel.
Looney, David Sullivan County Regiment 1779 1780 A Major in the Militia 1779-1780. 1780-1781, a Lt. Colonel.
Lopp, John Rowan County Regiment 1781 1783 Was a Captain. Late 1781, a Major under Col. Francis Locke. May 1782, a Major in the newly-recreated 2nd Rowan County Regiment under Col. James Brandon. Served until the end of the war. Cherokee Expedition 1782.
Love, David Anson County Regiment 1775 1776 9/9/1775, a Major under Col. Samuel Spencer.  3/2/1776, to face a Court Martial for disobeying orders.  4/22/1776, promoted to Lt. Colonel.   Moore's Creek Bridge.
Love, James New Hanover County Regiment 1781 1781 Was a Captain. 1781, a Major under Lt. Col. Thomas Bloodworth. Killed at Rouse's Tavern in March 1781. Rouse's Tavern.
Love, Philip Duplin County Regiment 1780 1780 POW at the Fall of Charleston, SC detached under Col. John Hinton, Jr. (Wake County Regiment of Militia), paroled. Gibbes' Plantation, Siege of Charleston 1780 (SC).
Lovell, Edward Surry County Regiment 1780 1781 1780-1781, a Major under Col. Martin Armstrong. Whitesell's Mill.
Lowry, John Edgecombe County Regiment 1778 1779 1778, a Major under Col. Jonas Johnston. 4Q 1779, a Lt. Colonel in the Wayne County Regiment of Militia. Stono Ferry (SC).
Lowry, John Hillsborough District Minutemen 1779 A Brigade Major under Brig. Gen. John Butler.
Lytle, George Hertford County Regiment 1775 1780 9/9/1775, a Major under Col. Benjamin Wynns.  3/30/1780, a full Colonel.  aka George Little.
Mackey, James Burke County Regiment 1778 1778 1778, a Major under Col. Charles McDowell for a short duration. aka James Macky.
Madison, ? Rowan County Regiment 1779 1779 1779, a Major under Col. Francis Locke for a short duration.  Stono Ferry (SC).
Martin, ? Rowan County Regiment 1781 1781 1781, a Major under Col. Francis Locke for a short duration. Eutaw Springs (SC).
Martin, Robert Guilford County Regiment 1779 1779 Was a Sergeant and an Adjutant. If a Major, for only a short duration. Brother to Col. James Martin.
Mask, William Richmond County Regiment 1779 1781 1779-1781, a Major under Col. Thomas Crawford. Captured by Loyalists, rescued by Col. William Lofton (Montgomery County Regiment)
Mattal, William Orange County Regiment 1780 1781 1780-1781, a Major under Col. William O'Neal. Guilford Court House.
Maxwell, George Sullivan County Regiment 1781 1781 Was a Captain. 1781, a Major under Col. Isaac Shelby for a short duration.
May, Benjamin Pitt County Regiment 1779 1783 Earlier a Captain.  7/30/1779, appointed 1st Major. Served until the end of the war.
McCastle, Francis Burke County Regiment 1778 1778 1778, a Major under Col. Charles McDowell for a short duration. 
McCauley, William Orange County Regiment 1780 1783 1780, a Major under Lt. Col. Thomas Taylor. Attached to Col. John Collier (Randolph County Regiment) for the Camden, SC expedition. 1781, under Col. Hugh Tinnen. Served until the end of the war. aka William McCalla, William McCuller. Little Lynches Creek (SC), Camden (SC), Hillsborough (POW, paroled).
McClary, John Caswell County Regiment 1781 1781 1781, a Major under Col. William Moore. Went to Eutaw Springs, SC, but was sick the day of the battle. aka John McCleary.
McCorkle, Francis Lincoln County Regiment 1779 1783 Was a Captain.  1779, a Major under Col. William Graham. Served until the end of the war. From what is now Catawba County. Stono Ferry (SC), Ramseur's Mill, Kings Mountain (SC), Cowpens (SC), Eutaw Springs (SC).
McDaniel, Eli Orange County Regiment 1781 1783 Was a Captain. 1781, a Major under Col. William O'Neal. Served until the end of the war.
McDonald, Alexander Cumberland County Regiment 1775 1776 9/9/1775, a Major under Col. Thomas Rutherford.  A Loyalist, didn't last long.
McDowell, Joseph 2nd Rowan County Regiment 1776 1781 1776-1777, a Major under Col. Christopher Beekman. 1777 in Burke County. 1777-1781, a Major under Col. Charles McDowell. Wounded at the battle of Cowpens, SC.  2Q 1781, a Lt. Colonel. Later, a full Colonel. Joseph McDowell of Quaker Meadows (or John's River). Cherokee Expedition 1776, Chickamauga Towns (TN), Stono Ferry (SC), Earle's Ford (SC), Ramseur's Mill, Musgrove's Mill (SC), Cane Creek, Kings Mountain (SC), Cowpens (SC).
McDowell, Joseph Burke County Regiment 1782 1783 Was a Captain. 1782, a Major under Col. Joseph McDowell. Served until the end of the war. Joseph McDowell of Pleasant Gardens.
McFarland, Robert Washington County Regiment 1782 1782 1782, a Major under Col. John Sevier for a short duration.
McGuire, Thomas Rowan County Regiment 1780 1783 Was an Adjutant. 1780, a Major under Col. Francis Locke. 1781, a Major under Lt. Col. David Caldwell. Fall of 1781, in the Wilmington Expedition. Served until the end of the war. Ramseur's, Mill, Shallow Ford,  Haw River, Guilford Court House.
McIlwaine, John Stringer Dobbs County Regiment 1779 1783 Was a Captain. 1779, a Major under Col. William Caswell. Served until the end of the war. Briar Creek (GA).
McIlwaine, Samuel Stringer Wilmington District Brigade of Militia 1778 Was a Lieutenant in 2nd NC Regiment.  A Brigade Major under Brig. Gen. John Alexander Lillington.  aka Samuel Stringer Mackilwean. Briar Creek (GA).
McKenzie, Kenneth Martin County Regiment 1775 1780 9/9/1775, a Major under Col. William Williams.  4/24/1778, a 1st Major under Col. Whitmell Hill.  4Q 1780, a Lt. Colonel.
McKinnie, William Dobbs County Regiment 1775 1779 9/9/1775, a 2nd Major under Col. Abraham Shepperd.  1779, a Lt. Colonel in the Wayne County Regiment.  aka William McKennie. Moore's Creek Bridge.
McKisick, Daniel Lincoln County Regiment 1780 1781 Was a Captain. 1780, a Major under Col. Charles McDowell. 1781, a Lt. Colonel. Kings Mountain (SC), Cowpens (SC).
McLane, Robert Randolph County Regiment 1783 1783 Was a Captain. 1783, a Major under Col. Thomas Dougan.
McLean, Charles 4th NC Regiment 1776 1777 1775, a Lt. Colonel in NC Militia.  4/16/1776, a Major under Col. Thomas Polk. Resigned in March or April 1777 to take his seat in the NC Senate. 1779, a Colonel in NC Militia.  From Tryon (would soon become Lincoln) County, NC.
McNabb, John Sullivan County Regiment 1781 1781 Was a Captain. Mid-1781, a Major under Col. Isaac Shelby for a short duration.
McNeill, Duncan Cumberland County Regiment 1775 1776 9/9/1775, a Major under Col. Thomas Rutherford.  A Loyalist, didn't last long.
McRee, Griffith John 3rd NC Regiment 1781 1783 Was a Captain.  A Major on 9/11/1781.  One source asserts this promotion was into the 6th NC Regiment in 1781 (?)(Not true).  In April of 1782, his Major's commission was back-dated to 3/1/1779.   Served to the end of the war.
Meacham, John Chatham County Regiment 1780 1780 1780, a Major under Col. Ambrose Ramsey for a short duration.
Medici, Cosmo NC Light Dragoons 1779 1780 Earlier a Lieutenant and a Captain in NC Continentals.  1779-1780, a Major under Col. Francois DeMalmedy. Stono Ferry (SC), Siege of Savannah (GA), Siege of Charleston (SC)(POW-Paroled).
Mitchell, George Onslow County Regiment 1780 1780 Was a Captain. 2/11/1780, a 2nd Major under Col. Henry Rhodes. 1780, also a full Colonel.
Moffett, ? Burke County Regiment 1780 1780 1780, a Major under Col. Charles McDowell for a short duration.
Moon, William Burke County Regiment 1780 1780 Was a Captain. 1780, a Major under Col. Charles McDowell for a short duration.
Moore, Charles Perquimans County Regiment 1778 1780 Resigned on 11/6/1780, recommended that Capt. John Harvey take his place. This did not happen.
Moore, Dempsey Caswell County Regiment 1780 1781 Was a Captain. 1780, a Major under Col. William Moore. 1781, a Lt. Colonel.
Moore, Elijah Caswell County Regiment 1780 1781 1780-1781, a Major under Col. William Moore.
Moore, George Caswell County Regiment 1778 1779 1778-1779, a Major under Col. James Saunders. Briar Creek (GA).
Moore, James Bertie County Regiment 1775 1779 9/9/1775, a Major under Col. Thomas Whitmell.  5/15/1779, a full Colonel.
Moore, James Duplin County Regiment 1775 1778 9/9/1775, a 2nd Major under Col. James Kenan.  5/3/1776, a Major under Col. Thomas Brown (1st Battalion of Militia - disbanded Aug. 1776).  2Q 1778, a full Colonel.  Moore's Creek Bridge.
Moore, James Hillsborough District Minutemen 1775 1777 9/9/1775, a Major under Col. James Thackston. 4/1/1776, a Major in the Northern Orange County Regiment.  1777, a Major in the Caswell County Regiment under Col. William Moore.  From Orange (what is now Caswell) County. Moore's Creek Bridge.
Moore, Lewis Duplin County Regiment 1778 1779 1778-1779, a Major under Col. James Kenan.
Moore, Joseph Edgecombe County Regiment 1775 1776 9/9/1775, a Major under Col. William Haywood. 
Moore, William Orange County Regiment 1775 1776 9/9/1775, a Major under Col. John Hogan.  4/22/1776, promoted to Lt. Colonel in the Northern Orange County Regiment. Later, a full Colonel. From Orange (what later became Caswell) County.
Moseley, William New Hanover County Regiment 1775 1776 9/9/1775, a Major under Col. William Purviance.  
Moulton, Abraham Duplin County Regiment 1776 1783 Was a Captain. 4Q 1776, a Major under Col. James Kenan. Served until the end of the war.
Moulton, John Duplin County Regiment 1780 1783 Was a Captain. 1780, a Major under Col. James Kenan.  Served until the end of the war. Rockfish Creek.
Mountflorence, James Cole NC State Cavalry-Western District 1780 1781 Earlier a Captain.  Late 1780, a Major under Col. William Richardson Davie.  1781, a Lt. Colonel under Col. William Richardson Davie in the Commissary Department at Salisbury.
Mouring, Burwell Wayne County Regiment 1779 1783 Was a Lieutenant and a Captain.  1779, a Major under Col. Benjamin Exum.  Paroled by the British, reason and date unknown.  Served until the end of the war. aka Burwell Moring, Burwell Moren.
Murfree, Hardy 2nd NC Regiment 1777 1778 Was a Captain.  A Major from 2/1/1777 to 11/24/1778.  Mostly a recruiter from his home in Hertford County, NC.  Then a Lt. Colonel.  Brandywine Creek (PA), Germantown (PA), Monmouth (NJ), Stony Point (NY).
Murphy, Archibald Caswell County Regiment 1780 1781 1780-1781, a Major under Lt. Col. Thomas Farmer (Orange County Regiment).  2Q 1781, a Lt. Colonel. aka Archibald Murphey. Cowan's Ford, Tarrant's Tavern, Guilford Court House.
Murray, Walter Cumberland County Regiment 1781 1783 1/31/1781, a 1st Major under Col. James Emmett.  Served until the end of the war.
Murray, William Orange County Regiment 1781 1781 Was a Captain. 3Q 1781, a Major under Col. William O'Neal for a short duration.
Nall, John Chatham County Regiment 1780 1781 Was a Captain. 1780, a Major under Lt. Col. John Luttrell.  Attached to Col. John Collier (Randolph County Regiment) during the Camden, SC expedition. 1781, a Major under Col. John Luttrell. Killed at the battle of Lindley's Mill on 9/13/1781. aka John Knalls, John Nawl, John Knowles. Little Lynches Creek (SC), Camden (SC), Lindley's Mill.
Nash, Caleb Edenton District Regiment 1775 1776 9/9/1775, a Major under Col. Edward Vail, Sr.
Nelson, John 1st NC Regiment 1778 1783 Was a Captain in the 4th NC Regiment.  A Major in 1st NC Regiment on 2/3/1778.   1779, a Major in the "New Levies" under Lt. Col. Archibald Lytle. At the battle of Stono Ferry, SC under Col. Francois DeMalmedy (NC Light Dragoons). POW at the Fall of Charleston.  Finally exchanged on 11/26/1782.  Retired 1/1/1783. From Guilford Coounty. aka John Neilson. Monmouth (NJ), Briar Creek (GA), Stono Ferry (SC). Siege of Charleston 1780 (SC).
Nichols, Agrippa Warren County Regiment 1779 1783 Earlier a Cornet.  1779, a Major under Col. Thomas Eaton. 1780, a Major under Col. Benjamin Exum (2nd NC Regiment of Militia). 1781, a Major under Col. Herbert Haynes. Served until the end of the war. Little Lynches Creek (SC), Camden (SC), Guilford Court House.
Nichols, Jacob Rowan County Regiment 1781 1783 Was a Captain. 1781, a Major under Col. Francis Locke. May 1782, a Major under Col. James Brandon. in the newly-created 2nd Rowan County Regiment. Served until the end of the war.
Nicholson, Josiah Currituck County Regiment 1775 1783 9/9/1775, a Major under Col. Samuel Jarvis.  Again on 7/30/1779.  Served until the end of the war.
Oldham, George Caswell County Regiment 1781 1783 1781, a Major under Col. William Moore. 1783, a full Colonel.
O'Neal, Peter Guilford County Regiment 1781 1783 Was a Captain. 1781, a Major under Col. James Martin. 1782, a Major under Col. Samuel Isaacs. Served until the end of the war.
O'Neal, William Orange County Regiment 1779 1780 1779-1780, a Major detached to support Lt. Col. Archibald Lytle (a Continental officer) in Charleston, SC erecting breastworks, etc., discharged on 3/28/1780 before the town surrendered.  3Q 1780, a full Colonel.
Ormond, Roger Beaufort County Regiment 1775 1776 9/9/1775, a Major under Col. James Bonner. 
Outlaw, Alexander Washington County Regiment 1781 1783 Was a QM and a Captain. 1781, a Major under Col. John Sevier. 4/26/1783, a full Colonel over the newly-created Greene County Regiment of Militia.
Owen, Thomas Bladen County Regiment 1775 1776 9/9/1775, a Major under Col. Thomas Robeson, Jr.  2Q 1776, a full Colonel. aka Thomas Owens. Moore's Creek Bridge.
Owen, Thomas Guilford County Regiment 1776 1781 4/22/1776, a Major under Col. James Martin.  Early 1781, a Lt. Colonel. aka Thomas Owens. Cherokee Expedition 1776, Little Lynches Creek (SC), Camden (SC).
Owens, Richardson Surry County Regiment 1780 1780 1780, a Major under Col. Martin Armstrong for a short duration.
Pace, Solomon Northampton County Regiment 1776 1780 1776, a Major under Col. William Eaton.  1779, detached to support Col. Thomas Eaton (Bute County Regiment). Briar Creek (GA).
Paine, John Northern Orange County Regiment 1776 1777 4/22/1776, a Major under Col. James Saunders.
Park, Robert Caswell County Regiment 1781 1783 Was a Captain. 1781, a Major under Col. William Moore. Served until the end of the war.
Parker, Cader Granville County Regiment 1780 1780 1780, a Major detached to support Lt. Col. Stephen Moore (Caswell County Regiment) and Lt. Col. Henry "Hal" Dixon (a Continental officer). Wounded and taken prisoner at the battle of Camden, SC, and died of his wounds. Camden (SC).
Parr, Isaiah Currituck County Regiment 1780 1783 Was a Private and a Sergeant in the NC Continental Line. 1780, a Major under Col. Samuel Jarvis. Claims to have helped capture three British Row Galleys, date and location unknown. Served until the end of the war.
Pastorn, James Warren County Regiment 1779 1780 1779-1780, a Major under Col. Thomas Eaton.
Patten, John 2nd NC Regiment 1775 1776 9/1/1775, a Major under Col. Robert Howe.  Later, a Lt. Colonel and a Colonel.
Pearies, George Tryon County Regiment 1776 1777 2/27/1776, a known Major under Col. William Graham. Moore's Creek Bridge.
Pearson, Richmond Rowan County Regiment 1781 1783 Was a Captain. 1781, a Major under Col. Francis Locke. Served until the end of the war.
Peasley, John Guilford County Regiment 1775 1776 9/9/1775, a Major under Col. Ransom Sutherland.  12/18/1775, a Major under Col. Griffith Rutherford (1st Salisbury District Minutemen). 4/22/1776, promoted to Lt. Colonel under Col. James Martin. Later, a full Colonel. aka John Paisley. Moore's Creek Bridge.
Penigood, William Chatham County Regiment 1782 1783 1782, a Major under Col. Ambrose Ramsey. Served until the end of the war.
Peoples, Robert Northampton County Regiment 1779 1780 Was a Lieutenant and a Captain. 2/12/1779, a Major under Col. John Whitaker (Halifax County Light Horse).  1780, a Major under Col. Jeptha Eatherton (Northampton County Regiment).  4Q 1780, a Lt. Colonel.  aka Robert Peebles, Robert Peeples. Little Lynches Creek (SC), Camden (SC).
Phifer, John Mecklenburg County Regiment 1775 1776 9/9/1775, a Major under Col. Thomas Polk.  12/21/1775, in the 2nd Salisbury District Minutemen.  4/22/1776, a Lt. Colonel under Col. Adam Alexander.  Died in Nov. 1776. Older brother of Caleb Phifer and Martin Phifer. From what is now Cabarrus County. Great Cane Brake (SC), Snow Campaign (SC), Moore's Creek Bridge.
Phillips, Abraham Guilford County Regiment 1781 1783 Was a Captain. 1781, a Major under Col. James Martin. Served until the end of the war.
Phillips, Etheldred Edgecombe County Regiment 1783 1783 Was a Captain. 4/23/1783, a 1st Major, replacing Maj. Henry Horne, who resigned.
Phillips, James 2nd Battalion of Militia 1776 1777 5/3/1776, a Major under Col. Peter Dauge. Unit disbanded on 8/13/1776. From either Pasquotank or Currituck County.
Pickett, William Anson County Regiment 1776 1779 Was a Captain.  4/22/1776, a Major under Col. Charles Medlock.  1779, a Lt. Colonel in the Montgomery County Regiment.
Pierce, James Jones County Regiment 1780 1783 1780, a Major under Col. John Bryan. Served until the end of the war.
Pinckney, Charles Halifax County Regiment 1778 1779 May 1778, a Major under Lt. Col. Archibald Lytle (a Continental officer) in the "New Levies" for nine months.
Polk, Ezekiel Rowan County Regiment 1781 1782 1781, a Major under Col. Francis Locke. May 1782, a Lt. Colonel. Guilford Court House.
Polk, William 9th NC Regiment 1776 1778 1775, a Lieutenant in SC unit - wounded at Great Cane Brake on 12/22/1775.  11/27/1776, a Major under Col. John Williams.  Badly wounded at Germantown.  Discharged Summer of 1778.   July 1780, a Lt. Colonel as an Aide to Maj. Gen. Richard Caswell.  April 1781, created a regiment of SC State Troops as a Lt. Colonel under BG Thomas Sumter for ten months - commissioned by SC Governor John Rutledge.  S3706. Brandywine Creek (PA), Germantown (PA).
Porter, James Rutherford County Regiment 1780 1780 1780, a Major under Col. Andrew Hampton. Wounded at the battle of Kings Mountain, SC - not killed as one source claims. Kings Mountain (SC).
Porter, Reese Rutherford County Regiment 1781 1781 1781, a Major under Col. Andrew Hampton. Cowpens (SC).
Porter, Robert Tryon County Regiment 1777 1780 Was a Captain. 1777, a Major under Col. William Graham.  1779, in the Rutherford County Regiment under Col. Andrew Hampton. 4Q '80, a Lt. Colonel.  1/31/1781, a full Colonel. Kings Mountain (SC).
Powell, Jesse Halifax County Regiment 1781 1783 1781, a Major under Lt. Col. Stephen Kerney. Served until the end of the war.
Poynter, John Currituck County Regiment 1778 1780 Was a Captain in the 7th NC Regment. 1778, a Major under Lt. Col. Adam Perkins, then under Col. Samuel Jarvis. 1780, a Lt. Colonel. aka John Painter, John Pointer, Jonathan Pointer. Briar Creek (GA).
Pugh, Thomas Jr. Bertie County Regiment 1779 1783 5/15/1779, 2nd Major under Col. James Moore.  Served until the end of the war.
Pulliam, Barnett Granville County Regiment 1781 1783 Was a Captain. 1781, a Major under Col. Joseph Taylor. Served until the end of the war.
Quince, Parker Brunswick County Regiment 1775 1776 9/9/1775, a Major under Col. John Davis.  6/8/1776, a full Colonel in Militia.
Quince, Richard Jr. Brunswick County Regiment 1775 1776 9/9/1775, a Major under Col. John Davis.
Quirk, Thomas Washington County Regiment 1779 1779 1779, a Major under Col. Evan Shelby, Sr. Chickamauga Towns (TN).
Ralston, Robert Guilford County Regiment 1778 1780 Was a Captain in the 1st NC Regiment. 1778, a Major under Col. James Martin, then under Col. John Peasley. 3Q 1780, a Lt. Colonel. aka Robert Rolston.
Rayford, Robert Johnston County Regiment 1781 1783 Sep. 1781, a Major under Col. John Smith. Served until the end of the war.
Reed, John Caswell County Regiment 1779 1779 1779, a Major under Col. William Moore.
Regan, John Bladen County Regiment 1782 1783 Was a Captain. 1782, a Major under Col. Thomas Owen. Served until the end of the war.
Reynolds, Dudley Caswell County Regiment 1781 1783 Was a Captain. 1781, a Major under Col. William Moore. Served until the end of the war.
Richardson, James Bladen County Regiment 1775 1780 9/9/1775, a Major under Col. Thomas Robeson, Jr.  1779, detached to support Col. Jonas Johnston (Edgecombe County Regiment). 1780, a Lt. Colonel. Moore's Creek Bridge, Stono Ferry (SC).
Robertson, Charles Washington District Regiment 1776 1779 Was probably a Captain in the VA Militia earlier.  12/23/1776, a 1st Major under Col. John Carter. December 1777, this unit became the Washington County Regiment of Militia. 1/19/1779, a Lt. Colonel.  Born 1740 in Brunswick County, VA. aka Charles Robeson, Charles Robinson.
Robinson, James Wake County Regiment 1782 1783 1782, a Major under Col. John Hinton, Jr. Served until the end of the war.
Rochester, Nathaniel Orange County Regiment 1775 1776 9/9/1775, a Major under Col. John Hogan.  10/20/1775, also appointed as Paymaster of Hillsborough District Minutemen.  4/22/1776, promoted to Lt. Colonel. Moore's Creek Bridge.
Rogers, John Brunswick County Regiment 1776 1776 6/8/1776, a 1st Major under Col. Parker Quince.
Rosser, Joseph Chatham County Regiment 1781 1783 Was a Captain. 1781, a Major under Col. Ambrose Ramsey. Served until the end of the war. aka Joseph Rossen, Joseph Rosen.
Routledge, Thomas Duplin County Regiment 1775 1776 9/9/1775, a Major under Col. James Kenan.  4/22/1776, promoted to Lt. Colonel. Later a full Colonel. Moore's Creek Bridge.
Rowan, John Rowan County Regiment 1777 1780 1777-1779, a Major under Col. Francis Locke. 1780, a Major under Col. Francois DeMalmedy (NC Light Dragoons).
Rushing, John P. Anson County Regiment 1781 1783 1781, a Major under Lt. Col. Noah Rushing and Col. Thomas Wade. Served until the end of the war. Beatti's Bridge.
Russ, Thomas Brunswick County Regiment 1776 1780 1776, a Major under Col. Parker Quince. 1777-1780, a Major under Col. Alfred Moore.
Russell, William Hyde County Regiment 1775 1779 9/9/1775, a Major under Col. Rotheas Latham.  3Q 1779, a full Colonel.
Rutherford, James Mecklenburg County Regiment 1779 1781 Was a Captain.  1779-1781, a Major under Col. Robert Irwin. At the battle of Ramseur's Mill under Col. Francis Locke (Rowan County Regiment). Sep. 1780, a Major under Col. William Richardson Davie in the NC State Cavalry-Western District. Unit disbanded in December 1780. Killed at the battle of Eutaw Springs, SC on September 8, 1781.  One source claims his name was John Rutherford, but many indicate James is correct. Stono Ferry (SC), Ramseur's Mill, Charlotte, Eutaw Springs (SC).
Rutherford, Philip Rowan County Regiment 1780 1781 1780-1781, a Major under Col. Matthe Locke. Son of Griffith Rutherford.
Rutherford, William Rutherford County Regiment 1779 1781 1779-1781, a Major under Col. Andrew Hampton. Wounded at the battle of Cowpens, SC on 1/17/1781. Siege of Savannah (GA), Cowpens (SC).
Salter, ? NC State Cavalry-Western District 1780 1780 Sep. 1780, a Major under Col. William Richardson Davie. Unit disbanded in December 1780. Charlotte.
Sapp, John Randolph County Regiment 1781 1783 1781, a Major under Col. John Collier. Served until the end of the war. aka John Sopp.
Sasser, Ben Duplin County Regiment 1776 1778 1776-1778, a Major under Col. James Kenan.
Satterwhite, Thomas Granville County Regiment 1781 1783 Was a Captain. 1781, a Major under Col. Joseph Taylor. Served until the end of the war.
Saunders, Richard Caswell County Regiment 1778 1780 1778-1780, a Major under Col. James Saunders.
Scurlock, Mial Chatham County Regiment 1775 1780 Earlier a Captain.  9/9/1775, a Major under Col. Ambrose Ramsey.  3Q 1780, a Lt. Colonel.  Died in early 1781.
Scurlock, Thomas Halifax County Regiment 1779 1780 Was a Captain.  1779, a Major under Col. John Whitaker. 2/11/1780, a 2nd Major under Col. James Allen. On 11/13/1779, he was appointed Assistant Commissary of Issues, a position he retained until 5/13/1781.
Sevier, Valentine Jr. Washington County Regiment 1782 1782 Was a Captain. 1782, a Major under Col. John Sevier for a short duration. Cherokee Expedition 1782.
Sharp, Benjamin Washington County Regiment 1779 1780 1779-1780, a Major under Col. John Sevier. Kings Mountain (SC), Boyd's Creek (TN).
Sharp, John Nash County Regiment 1781 1783 1781, a Major under Lt. Col. William Thomas Linton. Served until the end of the war. Guilford Court House.
Sharp, Walter Rowan County Regiment 1780 1780 Early 1780, a Major under Col. Francis Locke. Siege of Charleston (SC).
Sharpe, Anthony Guilford County Regiment 1776 1776 April to November of 1776, a Major under Col. James Martin. Then, a Lieutenant in the 9th NC Regiment.
Sharpe, Joseph Orange County Regiment 1779 1780 1779, a Major under Col. Hugh Tinnen. 1780, detached to serve under Col. John Collier (Randolph County Regiment of Militia) for the Camden, SC expedition. Little Lynches Creek (SC), Camden (SC).
Sharpe, William Salisbury District Brigade of Militia 1776 1776 With the rank of Major, Aide-de-Camp to Brig. Gen. Griffith Rutherford during the Cherokee Expedition. From Rowan County. Cherokee Expedition 1776.
Shelby, Evan Jr. Sullivan County Regiment 1780 1782 Was a Captain.  1780-1782, a Major under Col. Isaac Shelby. Born 2/27/1750 (or 1754) in MD. Kings Mountain (SC), Cowpens (SC).
Shelby, Isaac Washington County Regiment 1779 1779 Was a Lieutenant and a Captain. Fall of 1779, a Major under Col. John Sevier after Col. John Carter died. Nov. 1779, a full Colonel in the newly-created Sullivan County Regiment of Militia.
Shelby, John Sullivan County Regiment 1782 1783 Was a Captain.  1782-1783, a Major under Col. Isaac Shelby. Resigned on 4/30/1783.
Shepherd, James Edgecombe County Regiment 1779 1783 1779, a Major under Col. Exum Lewis. Several sources claim he made it to Lt. Colonel. Served until the end of the war. Siege of Charleston (SC).
Shepherd, John Surry County Regiment 1781 1783 1781, a Major under Lt. Col. Joseph Phillips. Served until the end of the war.
Sheppard, Abraham Jr. Dobbs County Regiment 1780 1783 Was a Captain in Militia and in the 10th NC Regiment. 1780, a Major under Col. James Darnell. Served until the end of the war.
Sheppard, John Dobbs County Regiment 1777 1779 Was a Captain.  1777, a Major under Col. James Glasgow. 1778-1779, a Major under Col. William Caswell. In July 1779, promoted to Lt. Colonel. Later a full Colonel. Briar Creek (GA).
Sheppard, William Dobbs County Regiment 1780 1783 1780, a Major under Col. James Glasgow. 1781, a Major under Col. James Darnell. Served until the end of the war. aka William Shepherd.
Shepperd, John 10th NC Regiment 1777 1778 A Major under Col. Abraham Sheppard.
Sherrod, Thomas Bute County Regiment 1775 1781 9/9/1775, a Major under Col. William Person.  4/22/1776, a Major under Col. Thomas Eaton.  1779-1781, a Major in Franklin County Regiment.  1Q 1781, a Lt. Colonel in Franklin County. aka Thomas Sherwood, Thomas Sherrard.  
Short, John Northampton County Regiment 1781 1783 1781, a Major under Col. Jeptha Eatherton. Said to have served under Col. Herbert Haynes (Warren County Regiment) at the battle of Guilford Court House. Served until the end of the war. Guilford Court House.
Short, Thomas Northampton County Regiment 1781 1783 1781, a Major under Col. Jeptha Eatherton. Served until the end of the war.
Simmonds, Ashael Currituck County Regiment 1776 1783 4/22/1776, a Major under Col. Hollowell Williams. 1776, also a Paymaster.  7/30/1779, a 1st Major under Col. Samuel Jarvis.  Served until the end of the war.  aka Areal Simmons, Asahel Simmonds, Asakel Simmons.
Singleton, Richard Rutherford County Regiment 1781 1783 Was a Captain.  1/31/1781, a Major under Col. Robert Porter.  Possibly a Lt. Colonel in 1781. Served until the end of the war. Cherokee Expedition 1782.
Smith, Anderson DQMG 1781 1781, a Major under Col. Robert Burton in the Quartermaster and Commissary Department. From Granville County.
Smith, David Cumberland County Regiment 1776 1776 4/22/1776, a Major under Col. Alexander McAllister.  5/9/1776, promoted to Lt. Colonel.
Smith, Henry Surry County Regiment 1781 1781 Was a Captain. 1781, a Major under Col. Joseph Williams.
Smith, James Rowan County Regiment 1776 1780 4/22/1776, a Major under Col. Francis Locke.  1780, a Major in the Wilkes County Regiment under Col. Benjamin Cleveland. Captured by Loyalists and imprisoned in Camden, SC.  Died of Smallpox there.  From what is now Davidson County. Cherokee Expedition 1776, Stono Ferry (SC).
Smith, John Johnston County Regiment 1775 1776 9/9/1775, a 1st Major under Col. Needham Bryan.  4/22/1776, promoted to Lt. Colonel. Moore's Creek Bridge.
Smith, Samuel Granville County Regiment 1775 1778 9/9/1775, a Major under Col. Joseph Taylor.  6/6/1778, a full Colonel. 
Smith, Samuel Jr. Johnston County Regiment 1775 1780 9/9/1775, a Major under Col. Needham Bryan.  4/22/1776, a Major under Col. William Bryan.  Sept. 1780, a Lt. Colonel.  Moore's Creek Bridge.
Snead, ? Onslow County Regiment 1781 1783 1781, a Major under Lt. Col. Thomas Johnston. Served until the end of the war.
Spruill, Joseph Jr. Tyrrell County Regiment 1775 1779 9/9/1775, a Major under Col. Edward Buncombe.  4/22/1776, a Major under Col. Clement Cook. 1Q 1779, a Lt. Colonel.
Stevens, John Johnston County Regiment 1776 1780 4/22/1776, a Major under Col. William Bryan. 
Stevenson, James Wilkes County Regiment 1780 1780 1780, a Major under Col. Benjamin Cleveland for a short duration.
Stewart, William Rowan County Regiment 1780 1780 1780, a Major under Col. Francis Locke. Attached to Lt. Col. Frederick Hambright (Lincoln County Regiment) during the battle of Ramseur's Mill. Ramseur's Mill.
Sumner, David Halifax County Regiment 1775 1776 9/9/1775, a Major under Col. John Bradford.  4/22/1776, promoted to Lt. Colonel under Col. Willis Alston.
Sumner, Jethro Halifax District Minutemen 1775 1776 9/9/1775, a Major under Col. Nicholas Long.  4/15/1776, a Colonel of the 3rd NC Regiment.  From Bute County.
Swann, Samuel Wilmington District Minutemen 1775 1776 9/9/1775, a Major under Col. John Alexander Lillington. Moore's Creek Bridge.
Tabb, James Augustus NC State Regiment 1782 1783 9/1/1782, a Major over the Light Horse units within the NC State Regiment. Unit disbanded in Jan. 1783.
Tate, John Guilford County Regiment 1775 1776 9/9/1775, a Major under Col. Ransom Sutherland.
Tatum, Absalom Granville County Regiment 1779 1781 Was a Lieutenant and a Captain in 1st NC Regiment.  Then, a Commissary.  2/12/1779, a Major of Light Horse raised in the Hillsborough District under Lt. Col. Thomas Taylor.  1781, Assistant QM General for Hillsborough District. Stono Ferry (SC), Guilford Court House.  
Taylor, ? Wake County Regiment 1781 1781 1781, a Major under Col. John Hinton, Jr. for a short duration.
Taylor, DeBaron Warren County Regiment 1781 1783 1781, a Major under Col. Herbert Haynes. Served until the end of the war.
Taylor, George Burke County Regiment 1781 1783 Was a Captain. 1781, a Major under Col. Charles McDowell. Served until the end of the war.
Taylor, Jacob Edgecombe County Regiment 1779 1780 Was a Captain. 1779-1780, a Major under Col. Exum Lewis.
Taylor, Thomas Orange County Regiment 1777 1779 11/15/1778, a known 2nd Major. 2Q 1779, a Lt. Colonel.
Teachey, James Duplin County Regiment 1776 1776 1776, a Major under Col. James Kenan.
Ternant, Jean-Baptiste Duplin County Regiment 1780 1780 A Major for a short duration. Gibbes' Plantation (SC).
Tilman, John Craven County Regiment 1776 1778 4/22/1776, a Major under Col. John Bryan.  5/11/1776, a Major under Col. Thomas Brown (1st Battalion of Militia - disbanded on 8/13/1776).  12/5/1777, a known Major (NC State Records).  Late 1778, a Colonel.
Tinnen, Hugh Southern Orange County Regiment 1776 1777 Was a Captain. 4/22/1776, a Major under Col. John Butler.  Known Major on 8/20/1776, detached to support the march against hostile indians led by Col. Ambrose Ramsey (Chatham County Regiment). Forced to turn back due to the lack of wagons and pack horses.  1777, promoted to Lt. Colonel. Later, a full Colonel.  From Orange County. aka Hugh Tinnian, Hugh Tinnin, Hugh Tennen.
Tipton, Jonathan Washington County Regiment 1777 1783 Was a Lieutenant. 1777, a Major under Col. John Carter. 1779, a Major under Col. John Sevier. Wounded at the battle of Boyd's Creek, TN. Served until the end of the war. Born 1750 in Frederick County, VA.  Musgrove's Mill (SC), Kings Mountain (SC), Boyd's Creek (TN), Cherokee Expedition 1782, Lookout Mountain (TN).
Treadwell, John Duplin County Regiment 1779 1781 Was a Captain. 1779-1781, a Major under Col. James Kenan.
Turner, Simon Wake County Regiment 1778 1783 4/30/1778, a 1st Major under Col. Michael Rogers. Served until the end of the war.
Tutt, ? Lincoln County Regiment 1779 1779 1779, a Major under Col. William Graham. At the battle of Stono Ferry, SC under Col. Charles McDowell (Burke County Regiment). Stono Ferry (SC).
Vincent, Joseph Surry County Regiment 1781 1781 1781, a Major under Lt. Col. Robert Lanier. Also under SC Brig. Gen. Andrew Pickens for a short while Guilford Court House.
Walker, John 1st NC Regiment 1777 1777 Was a Captain. A Major in the 1st NC Regiment from 4/26/1777 until 12/22/1777, when he resigned. From Tryon (what became Rutherford) County, NC.  Brandywine Creek (PA), Germantown (PA).
Walker, Thomas NC Light Horse Regiment 1782 1782 1782, a Major under Col. James Read.
Wall, William Richmond County Regiment 1781 1783 Was a Captain. 1781, a Major under Col. Thomas Crawford. Served until the end of the war.
Wallace, ? Mecklenburg County Regiment 1781 7/28/1781, a known ADQM located at Olyphant's Mill.
Walton, Jesse Surry County Regiment 1776 1783 Was a Captain. 4/22/1776, a Major under Col. Martin Armstrong. Moved to Washington District/County. 1777, a Major under Col. John Carter. 1779, a Major under Col. John Sevier. Served until the end of the war. Cherokee Expedition 1776, Kings Mountain (SC), Boyd's Creek (TN).
Ward, Anthony New Hanover County Regiment 1775 1776 9/9/1775, a Major under Col. William Purviance.  1776, a Lt. Colonel. 
Washington, Ephraim Hillsborough District Brigade of Militia 1781 Was an Ensign. 1781, a Brigade Major under Brig. Gen. John Butler. From Granville County.
Watkins, Levin Duplin County Regiment 1781 1781 1781, a Major under Col. James Kenan for a short duration.
Watson, Patrick Rutherford County Regiment 1781 1783 Was a Captain.  1/31/1781, a Major under Col. Robert Porter.  Served until the end of the war.
Webb, ? NC Light Horse Regiment 1781 1781 1781, a Major under Col. James Read. Soon, a Lt. Colonel. From Halifax County.
Weldon, Samuel Halifax County Regiment 1776 1776 4/22/1776, a Major under Col. Willis Alston.  11/23/1776, a Major under Col. Abraham Sheppard (1st Battalion of Volunteers)-unit disbanded on 4/10/1777.  12/23/1776, a Lt. Colonel.
Weldon, William Halifax County Regiment 1779 1783 2/12/1779, a Major under Col. John Whitaker.  2/11/1780, a 1st Major under Col. James Allen. Served until the end of the war.
Wells, James Gates County Regiment 1779 1783 1779, a Major under Lt. Col. Scusebrook Wells. Served until the end of the war.
West, Eli Carteret County Regiment 1781 1783 Was a Lieutenant and a Captain. 1781, a Major under Col. Enoch Ward. Served until the end of the war. Beaufort.
Whitaker, John Halifax County Regiment 1776 1779 12/23/1776, a Major under Col. Willis Alston.  4/25/1778, a 1st Major under Col. Samuel Weldon.  2/12/1779, a full Colonel.  
White, James Guilford County Regiment 1780 1781 1780-1781, a Major under Col. James Martin. Guilford Court House.
White, James NC State Cavalry-Western District 1780 1783 Was a Captain. Sep. 1780, a Major under Col. William Richardson Davie. Unit disbanded in December of 1780. Late 1780, a Major under Col. Caleb Phifer. Served until the end of the war. Charlotte.
White, John 2nd NC Regiment 1776 1777 4/10/1776 to 2/1/1777, a Major in 2nd NC Regiment.  Then, commanded a regiment in Georgia as Colonel.
White, Joseph Burke County Regiment 1781 1783 Was a Captain.  2Q 1781, a Major under Lt. Col. Joseph McDowell. Served until the end of the war.  From what is now Caldwell County.
White, Robert Wayne County Regiment 1779 1781 1779, a Major under Col. Benjamin Exum. 1Q 1781, a Lt. Colonel.
White, Thomas Burke County Regiment 1781 1783 1781, a Major under Col. Charles McDowell. Served until the end of the war.
White, William Mecklenburg County Regiment 1781 1781 1781, a Major under Col. Robert Irwin. Fall of 1781, in the Wilmington Expedition under Lt. Col. Drury Ledbetter (Montgomery County Regiment of Militia).
Whitson, William Burke County Regiment 1777 1777 1777, a Major under Col. Charles McDowell.
Wiggins, Thomas Martin County Regiment 1775 1778 9/9/1775, a Major under Col. William Williams.  4/24/1778, a Lt. Colonel under Col. Whitmell Hill. Later, a full Colonel.
Wilfong, George Second Rowan County Regiment 1776 1780 Was an Adjutant.  4/22/1776, a Major under Col. Christopher Beekman.  1777, in Burke County Regiment.  From what is now Catawba County.  aka George Welfong. Kings Mountain (SC).
Williams, Bryce Carteret County Regiment 1776 1783 1776, a Major until the end of the war.
Williams, Daniel Wilmington District Brigade of Militia 1781 Was a Captain. 1781, a Brigade Major under Brig. Gen. John Alexander Lillington. From Duplin County.
Williams, James NC Light Dragoons 1781 2/11/1781, a 2nd Major under Col. Francois DeMalmedy in new regiment of Light Horse from Hillsborough District.
Williams, Thomas Dobbs County Regiment 1779 1779 Was a Captain.  7/30/1779, appointed 1st Major under Lt. Col. John Sheppard, Col. James Glasgow.
Williams, William Granville County Regiment 1775 1776 9/9/1775, a Major under Col. Joseph Taylor.
Williams, William B. 1st NC Regiment 1776 Was a Adjutant.  6/13/1776, a Major.  In Philadelphia during 1779 as a Brigade Major under BG James Hogun. Brandywine Creek (PA), Germantown (PA).
Wilson, David Burke County Regiment 1778 1783 1778, a Major under Lt. Col. Hugh Brevard. Served until the end of the war. Briar Creek (GA), Ramseur's Mill, Cowan's Ford.
Wilson, James Edgecombe County Regiment 1783 1783 Was a Captain.  4/23/1783, a 2nd Major, when Maj. Henry Horne resigned. Served until the end of the war.
Wilson, Robert 2nd Mecklenburg County Regiment 1779 1780 1779-1780, a Major under Col. Caleb Phifer. Ramseur's Mill.
Wingate, Edward Brunswick County Regiment 1777 1778 Aug. 1777, a Major under Col. William Lord.  4Q 1778, a full Colonel.
Winslow, Edward Cumberland County Regiment 1779 1783 1779-1780, a Major under Col. Philip Alston. 7/20/1781, a known Major under Col. James Emmett. Served until the end of the war. Cumberland County Court House (POW, paroled).
Winston, Joseph Surry County Regiment 1775 1781 9/9/1775, a Major under Col. Martin Armstrong.  Sometimes served under Col. Joseph Williams.  1Q 1781, a Lt. Colonel. Born on 6/17/1746 in Louisa County, VA. Moore's Creek Bridge, Cherokee Expedition 1776, French Broad River, Briar Creek (GA), Fishing Creek (SC), Kings Mountain (SC).
Witherspoon, James NC Brigade 1777 As a Major, an Aide-de-camp to BG Francis Nash.  Killed at the battle of Germantown, PA on Oct. 4, 1777. Brandywine Creek (PA), Germantown (PA).
Womack, Jacob Washington District Regiment 1776 1777 12/23/1776, a 2nd Major under Col. John Carter.
Wood, Matthew Halifax County Regiment 1781 1781 Was a Lieutenant and a Captain in the 3rd NC Regiment, and a Captain in the NC Militia. 1781, a Major under Col. James Allen.
Wooldridge, Gibson Surry County Regiment 1781 1783 Was a Captain. 1781, a Major under Col. Joseph Williams. Served until the end of the war.
Wren, Joel DQMG 1781 Was a Captain. 1781, a Major in the Quartermaster and Commissary Department for Warren County. aka Joel Wrenn.
Wright, William New Hanover County Regiment 1781 1783 Was a Captain. 1781, a Major under Lt. Col. Thomas Bloodworth and Col. Henry Young. Served until the end of the war.
Wyatt, John Mecklenburg County Regiment 1780 1780 1780, a Major under Col. Robert Irwin.
Wynns, George 2nd Battalion of Militia 1776 1781 5/11/1776, a Major under Col. Peter Dauge.  2/3/1781, a full Colonel.  From Hertford County.
Wynns, Thomas Hertford County Regiment 1779 1779 A Major under Col. Benjamin Wynns.  1779, a Lt. Colonel.  
Yancey, Thornton Granville County Regiment 1776 1778 4/22/1776, a Major under Col. Joseph Taylor.  6/6/1778, a Lt. Colonel under Col. Samuel Smith.
Young, Henry New Hanover County Regiment 1776 1777 3/3/1776, a 1st Major under Col. William Purviance.  1Q 1777, a Lt. Colonel.  1779, a full Colonel.


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