The American Revolution in North Carolina

Miscellaneous
Name Rank/Title First Unit Served In From To Notes
Abernethie, John Deputy Commissary Wake County Regiment 1780 1781 Sep. 1780 to July 1781, under Lt. Col. Thomas Wooten. Feb. 1781, joined the Granville County Regiment of Militia, but retained his Deputy Commissary position, on loan from Lt. Col. Wooten. Oct. 1781, joined Wake County Regiment of Militia, only for a few days. BOrn on 9/2/1754 in Edmun, England. R10.
Alexander, Hezekiah Paymaster 4th NC Regiment 1776 1776 4/17/1776.  Paymaster Appointment Rescinded 4/18/1776.  11/26/1776, a Commissary for the 2nd Battalion of Volunteers (Militia). 1/20/1777, a 1st Lieutenant back in the 4th NC Regiment.
Alexander, James R. Surgeon Mecklenburg County Regiment 1780 1781 A Surgeon under both Col. William Lee Davidson and Col. William Richardson Davie (NC State Cavalry-Western District).
Alford, William Asst. Commissary 10th NC Regiment 1777 1778 Discharged 3/4/1778.  From what is now Wayne County, NC.
Allen, John Commissary Warren County Regiment 1781 Also an Ensign.
Allen, Samuel Commissary Orange County Regiment 1782 Was a Private.
Allin, Thomas Commissary Granville County Regiment 1779 Was a Private. 1780, a Commissary under Lt. Col. Thomas Farmer (Orange County Regiment). Then, a Brigade Forage Master under Brig. Gen. (Pro Tempore) William Leed Davidson in the Salisbury District Brigade of Militia. Then, a Private again.
Allison, David Commissary Guilford County Regiment 1780
Alston, William Commissary Tryon County Regiment 1776 1777 Mentioned in State Records for August of 1778.
Amis, Thomas Commissary 3rd NC Regiment 1776 1779 Was a Captain in NC Militia. 12/22/1776, replacing William Amis who had resigned.  1780, Superintendent Commissary, with rank of Colonel for the Wilmington District Brigade of Militia. From Bladen County, NC.
Amis, William Commissary 3rd NC Regiment 1776 1776 5/6/1776.  Resigned 12/1/1776. 12/9/1777, appointed a Contractor to provision Continental troops coming through Halifax, NC, and to provision the Halifax District Brigade of Militia.
Arrington, Arthur Commissary Nash County Regiment 1781
Ashe, Samuel Jr. Paymaster 1st NC Regiment 1775 1776 9/1/1775 to 4/16/1776.  Paymaster Appointment Rescinded 4/18/1776.  Also a Lieutenant.  Retired.  1777, joined NC Dragoons as a Captain.
Atkin, James Chaplain 4th NC Regiment 1777 1777 4/5/1777.  Resigned on 8/10/1777.
Baker, John Surgeon's Mate 3rd NC Regiment 1777 1778
Baker, John Paymaster 7th NC Regiment 1778 June 1778.  Also a Captain.
Ballard, Kedar Paymaster 3rd NC Regiment 1779 1783 Was a Lt. and a Capt.  Paymaster on 10/1/1779.  POW at the Fall of Charleston, paroled in Aug. 1781, not officially exchanged until 11/26/1782.  Retired 1/1/1783.
Bannerman, Robert Adjutant General Wilmington District Brigade of Militia 1779 From New Hanover County.
Barker, Abner Surgeon Chatham County Regiment 1780 On Deep River at Ramsey's Mill, right after the battle of Camden, SC (8/16/1780). Retreating army brought their injured.
Benbury, Thomas Paymaster 5th NC Regiment 1776 1776 4/17/1776.  Paymaster Appointment Rescinded 4/18/1776.
Bennett, William Provisions Contractor Edenton District Brigade of Militia 1777
Blackburn, Ambrose Commissary Surry County Regiment 1780 Earlier an Ensign or a Lieutenant. Also a Captain.
Blackley, Ebenezer Surgeon's Mate 10th NC Regiment 1778 1778 4/20/1778.  Dropped from the rolls in Oct. 1778.
Blount, Jacob Paymaster 2nd NC Regiment 1776 1776 4/17/1776.  Paymaster Appointment Rescinded 4/18/1776.  1777, PM of militia.
Blount, Jesse Paymaster 8th NC Regiment 1776 12/11/1776.
Blount, William Paymaster 3rd NC Regiment 1776 12/11/1776. Earlier, the Paymaster for the New Bern District Brigade of Militia (5/13/1776).
Blythe, Joseph Surgeon 1st NC Regiment 1776 1783 7/12/1776.  7/3/1779, appointed Surgeon to 3rd NC Regiment. POW at the Fall of Charleston, exchanged 6/14/1781.  Feb. 1782, in 4th NC Regiment until the end of the war.
Boyd, Adam Judge Advocate 1st NC Regiment 1777 Oct. 1777.
Boyd, Adam Chaplain 1st NC Regiment 1777 1780 10/1/1777.  Was an Ensign and a Lieutenant.  6/1/1778, Chaplain of the 1st NC Regiment.  8/18/1778, Chaplain of the entire NC Brigade until June 1780.
Boyd, Benjamin QM General Salisbury District Brigade of Militia 1782 From Rowan County.
Boyd, Hugh Surgeon 4th NC Regiment 1776 4/17/1776.
Bradley, Richard Paymaster 1st NC Regiment 1777 1778 3/5/1777.  Retired 6/1/1778.  Also a Captain.  Apparently, served as Paymaster for both 1st & 3rd NC Regiments.
Bradley, Richard Paymaster 3rd NC Regiment 1777 1778 3/5/1777.  Retired 6/1/1778.  Apparently, served as Paymaster for both 1st & 3rd NC Regiments.
Brannon, John Commissary of Issues Salisbury District Brigade of Militia 1780
Brevard, Ephraim Surgeon 1st NC Regiment 1780 POW at the Fall of Charleston.
Brice, William Francis Commissary Wilmington District Brigade of Militia 1779 7/22/1779, a known Commisary. Rec'd letter from Gov. R. Caswell.
Broadstreet, Jonathan Quartermaster Wayne County Regiment 1781
Brooks, Matthew Quartermaster Surry County Regiment 1781
Brown, Morgan W. Asst. Commissary of Purchases
Asst. Commissary of Issues
Superintendent of Transportation
Southern Department 1780 1781 Was a Lieutenant in 9th NC Regiment.  From Anson County.  Born 1/13/1753 in Anson County, NC.
Bryan, Hardy Commissary 7th NC Regiment 1776 12/11/1776. 1777, Provisions Contractor for the New Bern District Brigade of Militia. 5/22/1779, rec'd a letter from Gov. R. Caswell. Also a Lieutenant and a Captain of Militia.
Bryan, Isaac Paymaster 10th NC Regiment 1777 12/11/1777, appointed to replace Benjamin Sheppard.
Bryan, John Council Commissary New Levies 1778 4/21/1778, appointed Commissary for new Continentals that may be raised in New Bern.
Bryan, William Paymaster 4th NC Regiment 1776 Appointed 12/11/1776 - refused to serve.
Bull, Thomas Surgeon's Mate 1st NC Regiment 1780 1782 Dec. 1780 to 1782.  His commission dated 7/22/1781 per NC State Records in 2nd NC Regiment (Vol. XVI, page 576).  Resigned 8/19/1782.
Burden, William Commissary Core Sound Independent Company 1777 5/9/1777, recommended by NC Senate. 
Burford, Philip T. Purchasing Commissary Warren County Regiment 1780 1781 Also a Wagon Master part of this duration. Oct. 1781, a Lieutenant. Born on 6/29/1763 in Bute (what became Warren) County, NC.
Burke, Thomas Paymaster Hillsborough District Brigade of Militia 1776 1776 5/13/1776.  Resigned in Dec. 1776 since he had been elected to represent NC in Continental Congress in Philadelphia. Later a Governor.
Burton, Robert Superintendent Commissary Hillsborough District Brigade of Militia 1780 10/3/1780, with the rank of Colonel.  Also over the Halifax District Brigade of Militia. 
Camp, Joseph Surgeon Rutherford County Regiment From what is now Polk County.
Carmack, John Commissary Washington County Regiment 1779 Later, a Captain.
Carr, Robert Commissary Salisbury District Brigade of Militia 1781 From Rowan County.
Carson, John Paymaster Burke County Regiment 1782
Cheesborough, John Paymaster 6th NC Regiment 1777 1778 7/3/1777.  Later, an Ensign (4/25/1778).
Christmas, William Commissary Warren County Regiment 1781 Also a Captain.
Clark, John Commissary Guilford County Regiment 1776 Moore's Creek Bridge.
Coart, John Commissary New Bern District Minutemen 1776 Moore's Creek Bridge.
Cobb, Jesse Commissary 1st Battalion of Volunteers 1776 11/26/1776. Earlier and later, a Captain of Militia.
Cooley, Samuel Surgeon 5th NC Regiment 1776 1778 4/16/1776.  Retired 6/1/1778.  1780, a Surgeon in VA Militia.
Cooper, John Commissary Carteret County Regiment 1776 1776 Served the two Independent Companies raised.  Resigned 12/20/1776. Replaced by Solomon Sheppard.
Cotton, Godwin Aide-de-Camp 2nd NC Regiment Aide to Col. Robert Howe, dates unknown. From Chowan County. 
Council, James Paymaster Wilmington District Brigade of Militia 1776 5/13/1776.
Court, John Commissary New Bern District Brigade of Militia 1778 12/7/1778, a known Commissary.
Cox, William Paymaster 7th NC Regiment 1777 12/11/1777, appointed to replace James Harvey, deceased.
Craike, Thomas Deputy Commissary General Southern Department 1776 11/23/1776 to replace Nathaniel Rochester, who resigned.  6/14/1779, Deputy Clothier General. Lived in Wilmington, NC. aka Thomas Craick, Thomas Craik.
Crump, Josiah Commissary Northampton County Regiment 1781 Stationed six miles north of Halifax town.
Daley, John Aide-de-Camp New Bern District Minutemen 1776 Aide to Col. Richard Caswell.  Moore's Creek Bridge.
Davidson, John Commissary Burke County Regiment 1778 1776, Pack Horse Master in the 2nd Rowan County Regiment during the Cherokee Expedition.
Davie, William Richardson Superintendent Commissary General Southern Department 1781 1782 Earlier, a Lieutenant, a Captain, a Major, and a Colonel in NC Militia. 1/16/1781.  Position eliminated by the General Assembly in June 1782.
Dent, William Commissary 9th NC Regiment 1776 12/11/1776.
Diggs, Robert Commissary Edgecombe County Regiment 1781
Dixon, Charles Paymaster 6th NC Regiment 1778 1779 1/19/1778.  Was an Ensign.  Transferred to 3rd NC Regiment on 7/1/1778.  Promoted to Lieutenant on 2/8/1779.
Doty, Hull Commissary Cape Fear Independent Company 1776 6/21/1776, also for Bogue Inlet Independent Company.  Resigned by 7/5/1776 to join as a Private.
Duncan, Robert Paymaster 4th NC Regiment 1777 1778 12/1/1777 or 2/10/1777 (two sources).  Retired 6/1/1778.
Easton, John Paymaster Carteret County Regiment 1776 7/27/1776, served the two Independent Companies raised.
Estes, John Assistant Commissary of Purchases and Issues Hillsborough District Brigade of Militia 1779 1791 1781, a Major in Militia. Born on 12/24/1745.
Fenner, Richard Paymaster 2nd NC Regiment 1777 1780 Later an Ensign and a Lieutenant.  W789.
Fergus, James Surgeon 1st NC Regiment 1776 1783 5/24/1776.  Resigned April 1777.  Surgeon's Mate in 1st NC Regiment again on 2/21/1782.  4/24/1782, back in 2nd NC Regiment. A Surgeon again on 8/20/1782, till the end of the war.  From Wilmington, NC.  aka Janus Fergus.  aka John Fergus.
Fletcher, George Commissary Cumberland County Regiment 1780 Was an Ensign. 9/22/1780.  Replaced Daniel Mallett, who resigned.
Flounder, Robert Paymaster 2nd NC Regiment 1778 1783 Was a Lieutenant and a Captain.  Retired 1/1/1783.
Foard, Hezekiah Chaplain 5th NC Regiment 1777 1778 4/20/1777.  Retired 6/1/1778.  aka Hezekiah Ford.
Gamble, Edmund Quartermaster Salisbury District Brigade of Militia 1781 Also a Captain of Militia.
Gee, Chapel Commissary Halifax District Brigade of Militia 1776 5/8/1776. Resigned soon thereafter.
Geekie, James Surgeon 1st NC Regiment 1775 1776 12/21/1775.  Moore's Creek Bridge [4].  Resigned May 1776.  aka James Geikee, Gakae.
Gerrard, Charles Paymaster 1st NC Regiment 1782 Was an Ensign and a Lieutenant. 
Gibson, Walter Commissary 1st Battalion of Militia 1776 1776 6/14/1776.  Disbanded 8/13/1776.
Gifford, Henry Commissary Cumberland County Regiment 1776 5/8/1776, under Col. Ebenezer Folsome.
Gilbert, William Commissary Tryon County Regiment 1777 Mentioned in State Records for August of 1778.
Gillespie, Thomas Commissary Salisbury District Brigade of Militia 1780 Under Brig. Gen. Griffith Rutherford.
Gorrell, Ralph Commissary Guilford County Regiment 1776 7/14/1776, a known recent appointment by Lt. Col. John Peasley.
Graham, John Commissary Salisbury District Brigade of Militia 1778 4/25/1778, payment approved by NC General Assembly.
Graves, David Surgeon Surry County Regiment 1779
Green, James West Surgeon's Mate 2nd NC Regiment 1778 1783 6/10/1778, a Surgeon's Mate.  12/7/1779, a Surgeon in 2nd NC Regiment.  From Halifax County, NC.  POW at the Fall of Charleston, paroled 6/14/1781.  Transferred to 1st NC Regiment on 2/6/1782, till the end of the war.  A POW exchanged on 11/26/1782.
Green, Joseph Commissary 8th NC Regiment 1776 12/11/1776.
Green, William Paymaster Halifax District Brigade of Militia 1776 5/13/1776.  From what is now Franklin County.
Greer, Andrew Commissary Washington County Regiment 1777 12/15/1777, a known Commissary.
Grier, Thomas Commissary Mecklenburg County Regiment 1779 1781 Served under Col. Robert Irwin. aka Thomas Greer.
Guion, Isaac Surgeon 1st NC Regiment 1775 1778 9/1/1775.  Resigned. Dec. 1775. 7/5/1776, Commissary for two Independent Companies along the coast,  replaced Hull Doty.  Reenlisted into the 9th NC Regiment as a Paymaster on 12/11/1776.   Transferred to 7th NC Regiment in 1777 as its Paymaster.  Retired 6/1/1778.  aka Isaac Ginon.
Hale, Thomas Deputy Muster Master General 1st NC Regiment 1777 1777 6/20/1777 to Sep. 1777.
Hall, ? Chaplain Salisbury District Brigade of Militia 1776 1776 From Rowan County. Cherokee Expedition 1776.
Hall, Edward Commissary Edgecombe County Regiment 1781 Also a Captain.
Hall, John Henry Commissary Edgecombe County Regiment 1781 1/9/1781, appointed by Board of War.
Hall, Robert Surgeon 3rd NC Regiment 1776 4/17/1776.  Resigned 2/28/1777.
Halling, Solomon Surgeon 4th NC Regiment 1779 1782 In his Bounty Land application, he asserts he was a Jr. Surgeon, or Surgeon's Mate, at the General Hospital in 1776.  August 1779, he was promoted to Sr. Surgeon until May 1782.  He was taken prisoner at the battle of Briar Creek (GA), apparently exchanged soon thereafter.  BLWt54-450.  
Hamilton, Hanse Surgeon 7th NC Regiment 1777 1778 April 1777.  Died in Jan. 1778.
Hardy, William Paymaster NC Light Dragoons 1777 9/10/1777.
Harris, Thomas Aide-de-Camp Salisbury District Brigade of Militia 1780 1780 1780, Aide-de-Camp, with rank of Major, to Brig. Gen. Griffith Rutherford. Camden (SC)(POW/Wounded). From Anson County.
Hart, Thomas Commissary 6th NC Regiment 1776 4/23/1776.  Resigned 1/28/1776.  11/15/1778, a Commissary for the Hillsborough District Brigade of Militia, with the rank of Lt. Colonel.
Harvey, James Paymaster 7th NC Regiment 1776 1777 11/28/1776.  Died in Oct. 1777. Replaced by William Cox.
Helmburgh, Frederick Surgeon 1st NC Regiment 1778 3/15/1778.  aka Fred. Heimbergh.
Henderson, Pleasant Paymaster Caswell County Regiment 1779 1781 Was a Sergeant and a Lieutenant. Later, a Major. From Granville County.
Henderson, Samuel Commissary Guards for NC/VA Line Survey 1779 7/7/1779, commissioned by Gov. Richard Caswell to support Lt. Col. Joseph Williams in guarding the surveyors for NC/VA Line. 1780, a Captain. 1781, a Major. From Granville County.
Henry, Joseph Commissary Lincoln County Regiment 1781 Was a Wagon Master.
Hill, Edward Commissary Edgecombe County Regiment 1781 Stationed at Tarborough.
Hill, William Commissary Franklin County Regiment 1781
Hogun, James Paymaster 3rd NC Regiment 1776 4/17/1776.  Paymaster Appointment Rescinded 4/18/1776.  Also PM of the three companies of NC Light Dragoons.
Hudgins, John Brigade Quartermaster Hillsborough District Brigade of Militia Also a Captain. From Chatham County.
Huggins, John Wagon Master Mecklenburg County Regiment 1780
Hunt, Memucan Commissary Hillsborough District Minutemen 1776 Moore's Creek Bridge.
Hunt, William Commissary Granville County Regiment 1779 1780 1780, a Major.
Hunter, James Pack Master General Guilford County Regiment 1776 1776 Rank of Major.  Cherokee Expedition 1776.
Hunter, Thomas Commissary Martin County Regiment 1781 Stationed at Williamston.
Jarvis, Samuel Commissary Outer Banks Independent Company 1776 1776 Resigned in Nov. 1776.
Jaycocks, Charles Commissary Edenton District Brigade of Militia 1776 A known commissary on 6/28/1776, when he was paid.
Jewkes, Charles Commissary Wilmington District Brigade of Militia 1779 Known as of 11/15/1779. Known as of 3/1/1780.
Johnston, Launcelot Surgeon 9th NC Regiment 1776 1778 12/22/1776.  Retired 6/1/1778.  8/15/1778, appointed Surgeon to the "New Levies" of the Hillsborough and Salisbury Districts. 1779-1780, Surgeon for the Caswell County Regiment of Militia.  aka Lancelot Johnston.  W5114.
Jones, Gabriel Commissary Surry County Regiment 1780
Jones, James Surgeon Chatham County Regiment 1776 Moore's Creek Bridge.
Jones, Nathaniel Commissary Edenton District Brigade of Militia 1779 Mentioned in State Records for March 5, 1779 - letter from Gov. Richard Caswell to Brig. Gen. Allen Jones.
Kelly, John Quartermaster DQMG 1781 Under Col. Nicholas Long. From Halifax County.
Kenan, Michael Johnson Quartermaster Duplin County Regiment 1781 1781 1781, also a Captain.
Kennon, William Commissary 1st NC Regiment 1776 1777 4/23/1776.  Also a Lieutenant.  Resigned in April of 1777.  aka William Kennon.
Kerr, James Commissary Rowan County Regiment 1780
Lemmond, William Clerk & Surgeon Mecklenburg County Regiment 1776 July 1776, under Capt. Charles Polk.
Locke, Matthew Paymaster Salisbury District Brigade of Militia 1776 5/13/1776.  The same man who was a Colonel.  One source says he was at battle of Moore's Creek Bridge.
Lockey, Christopher Commissary Franklin County Regiment 1780
Long, Nicholas Deputy QM General (DQMG) NC Continental Line 1776 1783 With Rank of Continental Colonel. From Halifax County.
Loomis, Jonathan Surgeon Pitt County Regiment 1776 1783 1776, a Surgeon under Lt. Col. Robert Salter. Moore's Creek Bridge. 11/26/1776, a Surgeon in the 8th NC Regiment.  Transferred to 3rd NC Regiment on 6/1/1778.  POW at the Fall of Charleston, paroled, then exchanged 6/14/1781.  Served to the end of the war in the 3rd NC Regiment.  Resigned 8/19/1782.  aka Jonathan Lomas, Lumos, Lumas.
Lord, William Paymaster 1st NC Regiment 1776 1777 12/11/1776.  Resigned on 2/28/1777.  Then, a Lieutenant.
Love, David Surgeon NC Brigade 1779 1781 8/18/1779 to 8/1/1781.  A Prisoner at some time.
Mackay, W.H. Surgeon Cumberland County Regiment 1776 Moore's Creek Bridge - served Capt. Ebenezer Folsome and Col. James Thackston's regiment.
MacLean, William Surgeon's Mate 1st NC Regiment 1779 1783 Aka William MacLaine, aka William McLane.  W3572.
Mallett, Daniel Commissary 4th NC Regiment 1776 12/16/1776, replaced Ransom Southerland, who resigned. Also a Commissary for the Cumberland County Regiment of Militia.
Mallett, Peter Commissary 6th NC Regiment 1776 1778 4/23/1776.  Transferred to the 4th NC Regiment on 12/16/1776.  Transferred to 5th NC Regiment on 4/23/1777.  Retired on 6/1/1778.
Marbury, Joseph QM General Rowan County Regiment 1780 aka Joseph Marberry.
Maxwell, James Quartermaster Mecklenburg County Regiment 1776
McClure, William Surgeon 6th NC Regiment 1776 1783 4/17/1776 or 5/1/1776 (two sources).  Transferred to the 2nd NC Regiment on 6/7/1776.  1780, in 1st NC Regiment.  POW at the Fall of Charleston, exchanged 6/14/1781.  2/6/1782, assigned to 3rd NC Regiment. 4/24/1782, back in 2nd NC Regiment.  Served to the end of the war. 
McGee, Thomas Assistant Commissary Lincoln County Regiment 1780 1781 1781, a Lieutenant.
McLean, William Surgeon Surry County Regiment 1780 Kings Mountain (SC). At the hospital in Charlotte for three months after the battle of Kings Mountain, SC.
McNary, Francis Commissary Guilford County Regiment 1781
Mebane, Alexander Commissary General NC State 1780 1783 Earlier a Colonel. Now, with rank of Brigadier General.
Mebane, Alexander Commissary Orange County Regiment 1780 9/22/1780.  Feb. 1781, a Captain in the NC State Regiment.
Meredith, John Quartermaster Surry County Regiment 1776 Cherokee Expedition 1776.
Moore, William Surgeon's Mate 10th NC Regiment 1778 1778 1/19/1778.  Resigned in May 1778.
Moore, William Commissary Tryon County Regiment 1776 Moore's Creek Bridge.
Morse, William Commissary Montgomery County Regiment 1780
Moseley, William Paymaster 6th NC Regiment 1776 1777 12/11/1776.  Resigned in May 1777.
Muir, William Quartermaster Halifax District Brigade of Militia 1781 From Halifax County.
Neely, Thomas Commissary Caswell County Regiment 1780 Later, a Lieutenant.
Nicholson, Isaac Commissary 1st NC Regiment 1781 Mentioned in his son's pension application - James Nicholson (S8918).
Nixon, Robert Chaplain Onslow County Regiment 1776 Paid on 6/11/1776 by the NC Provincial Congress.
Noble, William Staff 6th NC Regiment 1778 Rounded up deserters of the 6th NC Regiment for Col. Gideon Lamb.  Probably Sgt. William Noble.
Pasteur, Thomas Paymaster 4th NC Regiment 1782 1783 10/19/1782.  Was an Ensign, Lieutenant, and an Adjutant.  aka Thomas Pasture.
Pasteur, William Surgeon 2nd NC Regiment 1775 9/1/1775.  Transferred to 4th NC Regiment on 12/12/1776 as Paymaster.  One source says the Surgeon was William Patten, not Pasteur.  Beats me.
Pell, Joseph Surgeon Granville County Regiment 1776 Moore's Creek Bridge.
Piggs, Matthew Surgeon Surry County Regiment 1779
Pinter, William Commissary Surry County Regiment 1776 Moore's Creek Bridge.
Potts, Jesse Adjutant QM General DQMG 1779 1782 Under Col. Nicholas Long, with rank equal to a Captain.  Born 10/4/1754 in Prince George's County, VA.  S47664.
Potts, Joshua Superintendent Commissary Hillsborough District Brigade of Militia 1781 Also served Halifax District Brigade of Militia.   Assistant Deputy QM General.  Stationed at Halifax.
Powers, George Paymaster Outer Banks Independent Company 1776 Earlier a Captain.  12/22/1776.
Purnell, Joseph Assistant Commissary General Edenton District Brigade of Militia 1778 Letter from Edenton to Gov. Richard Caswell on 4/8/1778.
Rabun, Matthew Commissary Halifax County Regiment 1781
Ramsey, David Commissary Salisbury District Brigade of Militia 1781 Earlier, a Private, a Lieutenant, and a Captain. From Rowan County.
Ramsey, Matthew Commissary Chatham County Regiment 1776 1778 Moore's Creek Bridge. 1778, a Captain.
Read, James Paymaster 1st NC Regiment 1778 6/1/1778.  Also a Lieutenant and a Captain in NC Continental Line. Then a Major and a Colonel in NC State Troops.
Reddick, Josiah Commissary Halifax County Regiment 1776 Moore's Creek Bridge.
Reep, Adolph Commissary Lincoln County Regiment From what is now Catawba County. aka Adolph Reip.
Reeves, John Deputy Commissary NC State 1781 Under Commissary General Alexander Mebane. From Orange County.
Ridley, Day Paymaster Edenton District Brigade of Militia 1776 5/13/1776. 
Ridley, William Surgeon 3rd NC Regiment 1777 1777 4/21/1777.  AWOL 11/21/1777.
Rochester, Nathaniel Paymaster for Militia
Deputy Commissary General
Paymaster for Militia
Hillsborough District Minutemen
NC State
Hillsborough District Brigade of Militia
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10/20/1775, Paymaster for the Hillsborough District Minutemen. 4/17/1776, PM for 6th NC Regiment.  Paymaster Appointment Rescinded 4/18/1776.  4/22/1776, a Lt. Colonel and Commissary General of all military stores in NC, resigned.  5/10/1776, appointed as Deputy Commissary General.  Resigned on 11/23/1776. 12/23/1776, Paymaster for the Hillsborough District Brigade of Militia, replacing Dr. Thomas Burke who was elected to go to Continental Congress.
Rogers, John Jr. Paymaster 5th NC Regiment 1776 12/11/1776.
Roper, James Provisions Contractor Salisbury District Brigade of Militia 1777
Roper, James Commissary Anson County Regiment 1777 Was a Captain. Probably the same man as directly above (separate sources).
Rutherford, James Aide-de-Camp Salisbury District Brigade of Militia 1776 Aide-de-Camp to Brig. Gen. Griffith Rutherford, and his son. From Rowan County.
Rutherford, John Quartermaster Guilford County Regiment 1781 Under Col. James Martin.
Salter, James Commissary 2nd NC Regiment 1776 12/18/1776.
Salter, Robert Commissary New Bern District Minutemen 1775 1776 1775, Commissary for the New Bern District Minutemen. 4/23/1776, Commissary fo the 2nd NC Regiment. Resigned 12/1/1776.
Scott, John Issuing Commissary Salisbury District Brigade of Militia 1780 1781 Drafted under Capt. Samuel Reid. Camden (SC), Cowan's Ford. From Rowan County. Born 1742 in Lancaster County, PA.
Sevier, John Commissary Washington District Regiment 1776 Also a Captain. 1779, a Colonel.
Sharpe, William Commissary 2nd Battalion of Volunteeers 1776 11/26/1776
Shepherd, William Commissary Surry County Regiment 1776 Moore's Creek Bridge.  1777, Provisions Contractor for Salisbury District Brigade of Militia. aka William Sheppard.
Sheppard, Benjamin Paymaster 10th NC Regiment 1777 1777 Discharged 12/11/1777. Replaced by Isaac Bryan.
Sheppard, Solomon Commissary Carteret County Regiment 1776 12/22/1776, served the two Independent Companies raised at Ocracoke Inlet and White Oak Inlet.  Replaced John Cooper, who resigned.
Simmonds, Ashael Paymaster Outer Banks Independent Company 1776 1776 11/23/1776, replaced Samuel Jarvis.  Resigned Dec. 1776. Earlier and later, a Major in the Currituck County Regiment of Militia.
Smith, John Commissary Johnston County Regiment 1776 Moore's Creek Bridge.
Smith, Leonard Surgeon Granville County Regiment 1780
Southerland, Ransom Commissary 4th NC Regiment 1776 4/23/1776. Resigned in Dec. 1776, replaced by Daniel Mallett.
Spicer, James Paymaster 5th NC Regiment 1777 1778 aka James Spycer.
Spicer, John Paymaster 2nd NC Regiment 1776 12/11/1776.  Another source claims he was a Captain [No].  Later, a Colonel in NC Militia.  From Onslow County, NC.
Stuart, James Commissary Washington County Regiment 1777 12/15/1777, a known Commissary.
Sweet, Thomas Commissary Northampton County Regiment 1782
Tate, James Chaplain 1st NC Regiment 1775 1783 10/13/1775.  Moore's Creek Bridge [4].  Brigade Chaplain for all NC Troops in the Northern Department on 6/1/1778.  Served to the end of the war.
Tatum, Absalom Commissary Hillsborugh District Brigade of Militia 1778 1783 8/15/1778, appointed by NC Gen. Assy.  Earlier a Captain in the 1st NC Regiment.  1779, a Major in the Hillsborough District Brigade. 1781, Assistant QM General in Hillsborough District.
Tatum, William Commissary Washington District Regiment 1776
Taylor, John Paymaster 8th NC Regiment 1777 1778 7/24/1777, a Lieutenant and a Paymaster.  Dropped from the rolls in Jan. 1778.  Later, a QM, Lieutenant, and a Captain in NC Militia.  From Orange County, NC.  W18114.
Taylor, John Commissary Mounted Volunteers 1780 1780 Sep. 1780 to Dec. 1780. Was a Private. Later, a Captain. From Granville County.
Terrell, Solomon Commissary Wake County Regiment 1782 Was a Captain. Some call him a Major in 1782.
Thomas, Abisha Deputy Muster Master General 1st NC Regiment 1777 1777 5/1/1777.  Dropped from the rolls in Nov. 1777.  1780, a Lt. Colonel in NC Militia supporting Col. Nicholas Long (DQMG).  From Orange County, NC.
Thomas, Martin Quartermaster Orange County Regiment 1782
Thomson, James Commissary 1782 1783 Was in NC Militia.  From Duplin County, NC.
Tillary, John Quartermaster Dobbs County Regiment Stationed at Kingston. Dates unknown.
Toomer, Henry Commissary 2nd Battalion of Militia 1776 6/14/1776 - replaced Chapel Gee who resigned.  Unit disbanded 8/13/1776. 5/9/1777, Commissary for the NC Artillery units, recommended by NC Senate.  Placed on Continental Line on 7/10/1777.
Usher, William Surgeon 3rd NC Regiment 1776 1777 12/4/1776.  Transferred to 4th NC Regiment on 4/24/1777.  Resigned on 11/1/1777.
Utzman, Jacob Commissary Rowan County Regiment 1776 Cherokee Expedition 1776. Then, an Ensign.
Vass, Phillip Commissary Granville County Regiment 1780 1780, an Acting Commissary. 8/10/1781, a Commissary.
Vass, Vincent QM & Commissary Granville County Regiment 1781 1783 First in VA unit. Born on 6/2/1754 in Essex County, VA.
Walker, Andrew Quartermaster Salisbury District Brigade of Militia 1780 1781 Was a Private. Later, a Captain.
Wallace, James Commissary Salisbury District Brigade of Militia 1778 8/12/1778, also a Quartermaster.
Ward, James Surgeon's Mate 1st NC Regiment 1777 Resigned 7/14/1777.
Watson, John Commissary Salisbury District Brigade of Militia 1780 1780 Stationed at Salisbury as a Commissary and Assistant Quartermaster. Later, a Private and a Sergeant. From Orange County.
Webb, John Commissary 3rd NC Regiment 1776 4/23/1776.
Wells, John Assistant Commissary Surry County Regiment 1780 1781 Nov. 1780 to May 1781, six months procuring/impressing cattle, corn, and other articles under Gabriel Jones. May have also served as a Private under Capt. Andrew Hampton and Capt. Henry Hampton. Born in Williamsburg, VA in 1754.
White, John Commissary Guilford County Regiment 1776 Moore's Creek Bridge.
White, William Paymaster Rowan County Regiment 1776
Whitfield, William Commissary NC State Regiment 1779 7/3/1779, a known Commissary.
Wilkinson, William Paymaster Cape Fear Independent Company 1776 1776 8/1/1776, also for Bogue Inlet Independent Company.  Replaced Hull Doty.  Disbanded 11/26/1776.
Williams, Henry Commissary Orange County Regiment 1780 Superintendent over shoe makers.
Williams, John Commissary Ocracoke Independent Company 1777 5/9/1777, recommended by NC Senate. 
Williams, Robert Surgeon
Surgeon
NC State Regiment
3rd NC Regiment
1779
1781
1780
1781
Was a Private, a QM, and a Surgeon's Mate. From Pitt County.
Williams, Thomas Commissary 10th NC Regiment 1777 1778 Known on 12/8/1777. Known on 5/1/1778.
Williams, Willoughby Quartermaster Edgecombe County Regiment 1779 1779 Quartermaster under Col. Jonas Johnston in the Purrysburg, SC expedition, with the rank of Ensign.
Willson, "Unknown" Surgeon POW at the battle of Camden, SC.
Wilson, Robert Surgeon 6th NC Regiment 1776 1777 6/8/1776.  Died on 10/28/1777.
Winn, James Assistant Commissary Dobbs County Regiment 1781 Under Col. William R. Davie at Kingston.
Wright, William Commissary Guilford County Regiment 1781 Before, during, and after the battle of Guilford Court House.


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