The American Revolution in North Carolina

Capt. Samuel Jones*

Known Regiment(s) Associated With:

Known Year(s) as a Captain:

3rd NC Regiment
1st NC Regiment

1781-1782
1782-1783

Known Lieutenants:

Known Ensigns:

Known Sergeants:

Known Corporals:

Hardy Holmes
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None Known

Philip Cake
Finlay McDonald
Dougal McKay
John McRay
Thomas Tice
Lewis Weaks

John Davis
Jonathan Lewis
Benjamin Mott
Willoughby Rogers
Ephraim Runnels
Peter Stokeley

Known Privates, Drummers, Fifers, etc.:

Elijah Allen

Jonathan Allen

John Arrington

Richard Bailey

Isaac Baker

William Beasley

Nathan Benton

Mathias Betts

William Betts

John Brantley

Rice Brewer

Henry Brown

Daniel Cameron

David Carlton

John Carlton

Christopher Carroner

John Carter

Joseph Cartwright

Cannon Cason

Hilly Cason

William Casteen

David Civil

Thomas Clark

Samuel Clubb

Allen Cook

John Cox

Thomas Criswell

Edward Davis

John Davis

Thomas Davis

William Davis

John Edwards

Thomas Esteridge

Timothy Ezell

James Folks

Jacob Ginn

John Goodson

Thomas Goodwin

Anthony Graft

John Graham

Isaac Hammon

William Henry

William Henson

John Hester

Joseph Hester

William Hill

Andrew Hogue

Ephraim Johnson

Soasby Johnson

Solomon Johnson

William Lawson

Samuel Love

Humphrey Malden

Andrew McDaniel

Daniel McDonald

Finlay McDonald

Morgan McFarlane

Charles Mitchell

George Mitchell

Thomas Moody

Jonathan Overton

John Owens

David Passmore

William Powell

Aaron Proctor

Ephraim Reynolds

James Riggins

David Riseing

William Rogers

Ephraim Runnels

James Scarlet

William Scarlet

Joseph Screw

John Sellers

Jordan Sellers

John Slaughter

Robert Slaughter

Jacob Smith

Jeremiah Smith

Joab Smith

William Steel

Daniel Stewart

Peter Stokeley

Richard Stokes

John Stuart

John Tarlton

Abraham Taylor

Thomas Tice

Levi Weeks

John Weston

Edward White

John Williams

William Woods

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Known Battles / Skirmishes:

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* Note - there were three Captains named Samuel Jones. This one was from from Franklin County and in the NC Continental Line. The second Captain was in the NC Militia and NC State Regiment from Caswell County. The third Captain was in the NC Militia from Hertford County.


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