The American Revolution in South Carolina

 The Captains
Captain First Unit Served In As a Captain From To Notes Battles/Skirmishes at This Rank
Abbott, Ezekiel Lower Ninety-Six District Regiment 1781 1781 Captain in Militia during 1781. 
Abbott, Matthew Upper Ninety-Six District Regiment 1780 1782 First served under Col. Andrew Pickens 1780-1781.  Served six weeks as Captain under Col. Robert Anderson. Served seven months under Col. Benjamin Roebuck in 1782.
Abney, Nathaniel SC 3rd Regiment 1775 1776 Rangers in 1775.  With Col. Andrew Williamson (Ninety-Six District Regiment) in 1776. Ninety-Six 1775, Great Cane Brake, Snow Campaign
Abney, William Upper Ninety-Six District Regiment 1778 1780 Was a Lieutenant in Rangers during 1777.  Captain under Col. Andrew Pickens.
Adair, James Fairfield Regiment 1781 A Captain under Col. Richard Winn during 1781. Cowpens.
Adair, John Fairfield Regiment 1779 1780 Earlier, a Private.  Captain under Col. John Winn.  Promoted to Major under Sumter, captured, exchanged, Sumter's Aide-de-Camp.  In Camden Jail at one point.
Adams, Alexander New Acquisition District Regiment 1777 Died, replaced by Samuel Adams, his brother.
Adams, Benjamin 1781 A Captain during 1781.  Nothing more known.
Adams, Godfrey SC 2nd Regiment of State Dragoons 1781 1782 A Captain under Col. Charles Myddleton. Briar Creek (GA), Edisto (?), Myddleton's Ambuscade, Quinby's Bridge, Shubrick's Plantation, Eutaw Springs
Adams, James New Acquisition District Regiment 1776 1776 From Waxhaws Settlement, 3 mos Cherokee Expedition in 1776. Cherokee Expedition 1776.
Adams, James 1780 1782 A Captain 1780-1782, regiment unknown.
Adams, John Lower District Regiment 1779 1781 1779, a Captain under Col. Jonas Beard.  A Captain of Horse in the Militia during 1781, unit unknown.  
Adams, Samuel New Acquisition District Regiment 1777 1781 A Captain under Lt. Col. Edward Lacey, then Col. Edward Lacey (Turkey Creek Regiment). Florida Expedition, Siege of Charleston 1780, Rocky Mount, Hanging Rock, Carey's Fort, Fishing Creek, Fish Dam Ford, Blackstocks, Fort Granby #1, Siege of Augusta (GA), St. James Goose Creek Church, Quinby's Bridge, Shubrick's Plantation
Addison, Thomas Camden District Regiment 1776 A Captain under Col. Richard Richardson.
Akin, James Berkeley County Regiment 1775 A Captain. Fort Moultrie
Alexander, Andrew New Acquisition District Regiment 1780 A Captain under Col. William Bratton.
Alexander, James Upper Granville County Regiment 1780 1781 Captain in Militia 1780-1781.   Siege of Augusta.
Alexander, John 1st Spartan Regiment 1780 1781 Promoted from Lieutenant, Captain under Col. John Thomas, Jr. at Battle of Cowpens. Cowpens.
Alexander, Robert Hill's Regiment of Light Dragoons According to one source, a Captain under Col. William Hill, dates unknown.
Alexander, Samuel 1781 A Captain during 1781.  Nothing more known.
Alexander, Thomas Little River District Regiment 1780 1780 Earlier a Private both in NC and SC. Then, a NC Militia Captain. 1780, under Col. James Williams for a short while. 1781, back in NC. From Mecklenburg County, NC.
Alexander, R. William SC 1st Regiment of State Dragoons 1781 1782 First in NC Militia, then a Capt. of Spies for NC.  In 1781, joined Col. Wade Hampton. Cowpens (NC unit), Fort Granby #2, St. James Goose Creek Church, Siege of Ninety-Six 1781.
Alexander, B. William SC 1st Regiment of State Dragoons 1781 1782 First in NC Militia under Col. Francis Locke, Williams, Polk.  In 1781, joined Col. Wade Hampton. Orangeburgh #1, Eutaw Springs, Monck's Corner, 15-Mile House, 10-Mile House, Goose Creek Bridge, Quarter House, Strawberry Ferry, Fort Johnson, Friday's Ferry, Quinby's Bridge, Shubrick's Plantation
All, Jacob Nothing more known.
Allen, Adoniram 1st Spartan Regiment 1780 1782 Nothing more known.
Allen, Edward Nothing more known.
Allen, Jeremiah Cheraws District Regiment 1781 1782 Lieutenant and Captain in Marion's Brigade.
Allen, John SC 3rd Regiment 1776 1776
Allison, John Fairfield Regiment 1778 1780 Promoted from Lieutenant.  Captain under Col. John Winn.  Also a Captain under Col. Andrew Neel (New Acquisition District Regiment). Hanging Rock, Rocky Mount.
Allison, Robert Cheraws District Regiment 1781 1781 From Marlboro District.  A Captain in 1781 in Marion's Brigade.  Known to have been a Private and a Lieutenant.
Allison, Robert Fairfield Regiment 1775 1779 A Captain under Lt. Col. John Winn.  May be same man as directly above. Snow Campaign
Allston, John Georgetown District Regiment 1775 1782 Captain of Racoon Company 1775-1780 (Independent Company within the Georgetown District Regiment, which included PeeDee, Wacamman, Cheraw, and Catawba Indians). 1780-1782, Captain in militia under Lt.Col. Peter Horry (Kingstree Regiment, Horry's Light Dragoons, SC 4th Regiment of State Dragoons). Breach Inlet Naval Battle, Sullivan's Island #2, Charleston Neck, Stono Ferry.
Allston, William SC 2nd Regiment 1779 1782 1780-1782, a Captain under Lt. Col. Peter Horry (Kingstree Regiment, Horry's Light Dragoons, and SC 4th Regiment of State Dragoons). Commanded Georgetown after Lt. Col. Peter Horry resigned in 1782. Lived at True-Blue Plantation at Little River, SC in All Saints Parish. Georgetown #6, Wiboo Swamp.
Anderson, Daniel New Acquisition District Regiment 1778 1782 Captain in Militia 1778-1782.   Briar Creek (GA)
Anderson, David SC 5th Regiment 1776 Fort Moultrie
Anderson, Dwight Kingstree Regiment 1780 1781 A Captain under Col. Archibald McDonald.
Anderson, George 2nd Spartan Regiment 1781 1781 A Captain under Lt. Col. John Lindsay.  Killed by Loyalists.
Anderson, George Little River District Regiment 1776 1778 From Laurens County.  Lost leg at Kings Mountain.  Promoted to Major.
Anderson, Henry Little River District Regiment 1780 1781 Captain under Lt. Col. Levi Casey.  Murdered by Loyalists late October 1781
Anderson, Jeremiah New Acquisition District Regiment 1782 1783 A Captain under Col. Philemon Waters.
Anderson, John New Acquisition District Regiment 1775 1776 A Captain under Col. Thomas Neel.  Went on Cherokee Expedition of 1776.  1778-1781, a Captain under Col. James Williams (Little River District Regiment). Ninety-Six 1775, Cherokee Expedition 1776, Florida Expedition 1778, Carr's Fort (GA), Kettle Creek (GA), Siege of Savannah (GA), Cowpens.
Anderson, Robert SC 3rd Regiment 1775 1779 Captain in SC 3rd Regiment 1775-1778.  May have been a Major.  A Captain, Major, and Lt. Colonel under Col. Andrew Pickens 1779-1781.  Promoted to Colonel/Commander of Upper Ninety-Six District Regiment on 4/18/1781. Ninety-Six 1775, Great Cane Brake, Breach Inlet Naval Battle, Cherokee Expedition 1776, Vann's Creek (GA), Cherokee Ford
Anderson, William Spartan Regiment 1775 A Captain under Col. John Thomas, Sr. Great Cane Brake, Cherokee Expedition 1776, The Ring Fight
Andrew, James Fairfield Regiment 1776 A Captain under Col. Joseph Kershaw.  Dates unknown
Armstrong, John SC 5th Regiment Dates unknown.  Also a Captain under Col. Richard Richardson, Jr. 1780-1782 (Berkeley County Regiment). From what became the Williamsburg District.  Quinby's Bridge, Shubrick's Plantation
Armstrong, John SC 6th Regiment 1778 1778 1778, a Captain under Col. Thomas Sumter. Died on 10/3/1778.  
Armstrong, Nathan Hill's Regiment of Light Dragoons 1780 1781 A Captain under Col. William Hill.
Arnseal, William F. Little River District Regiment 1781 A Captain during 1781. 
Arthur, William Little River District Regiment A Captain under Col. James Williams, dates unknown.
Ash, John SC 4th Regiment Dates unknown.
Ashby, Anthony SC 2nd Regiment 1776 1780 Promoted from Lieutenant 11/28/1776.  Resigned from SC 2nd Regiment on 2/16/1778. Joined Militia as Captain in Upper Ninety-Six District Regiment under Col. Andrew Pickens. Captured at Augusta, GA on 9/18/1780. He and 12 others hanged by British. Augusta 1779, McKay's Trading Post (GA).
Ashby, Richard SC 2nd Regiment 1775 1776 At Fort Moultrie 1776. Fort Moultrie.
Aubrey, George 2nd Spartan Regiment 1781 1782 Promoted from Lieutenant on 2/1/1781, then Adjutant to Col. Thomas Brandon.  Adjutant under BG Andrew Pickens Apr-May 1782.  aka George Avery. Eutaw Springs, Siege of Ninety-Six 1781, Indian Villages
Augustus, Lewis SC 4th Regiment 1777 Capt.-Lt.  Promoted from Lieutanant. Captured on 9/1/1777 at Iron Hill.
Austin, Nathaniel Little River District Regiment 1779 1781 Quarter Master Sergeant May to August 1779.  Then a Captain under Col. James Williams and Col. Joseph Hayes.
Ayer, Thomas Cheraws District Regiment 1777 1781 From Marlboro District.  Captain in Militia 1777-1781.  Died 1781.
Ayres, William SC 5th Regiment A Captain under Col. John Stewart.  Dates unknown.
Bachelor, Garner Horry's Light Dragoons 1781 1782 A Captain under Lt. Col. Peter Horry 1781-1782 (SC 4th Regiment of State Dragoons). Fort Watson #2, Fort Motte, Quinby's Bridge, Shubrick's Plantation.
Bacon, Nathaniel Lower Ninety-Six District Regiment 1778 1781 Promoted from Lieutenant.  A Captain under Col. LeRoy Hammond. Augusta 1779, Stono Ferry.
Baddeley, John Charles Town District Regiment 1775 1779 From Goose Creek. Captain in Light Infantry Company within the 2nd Batallion. Adjutant in 1776.  Promoted to Major.  POW at the Fall of Charleston.  Exchanged.  Lt. Colonel in Marion's Brigade.  aka John Boddeley. Hutchinson's Island (GA), Fort Moultrie, Charleston Neck 1779, Siege of Savannah
Baillie, Robert Carnibi SC 3rd Regiment 1778 1779 Promoted from Lieutenant.  Killed at Siege of Savannah on Oct. 9, 1779.  aka Robert Bailey. Siege of Savannah.
Baker, Jefferson SC 3rd Regiment 1780 Dates unknown. Siege of Charleston 1780
Baker, Jesse SC 2nd Regiment 1778 1780 Promoted from Lieutenant on 10/2/1778.  Transferred to SC 6th Regiment then SC 3rd Regiment, captured at Fall of Charleston.  Captain in Militia 1/1/1782 to 5/1/1783. Stono Ferry, Siege of Savannah, Siege of Charleston 1780 w/15 men.
Baker, Richard Bohun SC 2nd Regiment 1778 1782 Promoted from Lieutenant on 4/25/1778.  Resigned 1/1780.  POW at Fall of Charleston, exchanged July 1781.  1781-1782, a Captain under Col. Alexander Moultrie of the Charles Town District Regiment. Charleston Neck 1779, Siege of Savannah w/30 men, Siege of Charleston 1780.
Ballard, John Camden District Regiment 1779 A Captain under Lt. Col. John Marshall during 1779.
Ballard, Thomas Kershaw Regiment 1780 1782 Promoted from Lieutenant in 1780.  Under Col. James Postell, then Lt. Col. Frederick Kimball.  Aug. 1781, served under Lt. Col. William Russell Thomson (Orangeburgh District Regiment). Hobkirk Hill, St. James Goose Greek Church.
Barber, John New Acquisition District Regiment 1779 A Captain under Col. Thomas Neel, dates unknown.  Then, joined an NC unit.
Barclay, John Fairfield Regiment 1775 1778 Promoted to Major.  Under Col. Joseph Kershaw.  aka John Barkley.   Snow Campaign
Barker, William 1779 1782 Nothing more known.
Barkley, William Charles Town District Regiment 1779 1782 First, a Private.  Moved around a lot.  Probably sent out as a detachment from the Charles Town District Regiment under Maj. Alexander Moultrie and Col. Maurice Simons in 1779.  Detached to support BG Thomas Sumter in 1780, then BG Francis Marion 1780-1781,  then Lt. Col. Frederick Kimball 1781, Col. William Bratton 1781, and Lt. Col. William Washington 1781. St. James Goose Creek Church, Bacon's Bridge.
Barnett, Andrew Kershaw Regiment 1781 A Captain under Col. James Postell during 1781.
Barnett, Jacob New Acquisition District Regiment 1776 1782 Promoted from Lieutenant - under Col. Thomas Neel.  1779, a Captain under Col. LeRoy Hammond (Lower Ninety-Six District Regiment).  1780, a Captain under Col. Thomas Brandon (2nd Spartan Regiment) and Col. William Hill (Hill's Regiment of Light Dragoons).  1781, a Capt.-Lt. under Lt. Col. Henry Hampton (Hampton's Regiment of Light Dragoons).  Also served as a Captain under Maj. James Conyers, Col. Wade Hampton (SC 1st Regiment of State Dragoons). Briar Creek (GA), Rocky Comfort Creek (GA), Kings Mountain, Hanging Rock, Rocky Mount, Fishing Creek, Blackstocks, Fish Dam Ford, Friday's Ferry, Orangeburgh #1, Quinby's Bridge, Shubrick's Plantation.
Barnett, William Kershaw Regiment 1781 A Captain under Col. James Postell during 1781.
Barnum, "Unknown" 2nd Spartan Regiment A Captain under Col. Thomas Brandon.  Dates unknown.
Barnwell, Edward Beaufort District Regiment 1776 1780 Earlier, a Lieutenant in SC 1st Regiment.  A Captain under Col. Stephen Bull.  POW at Matthews' Plantation, confined to prison ship Packhorse.  Prisoners seized the ship and landed at Halifax, NC.   Promoted to Lt. Colonel, commander of Beaufort District Regiment. Port Royal Island #1, Matthew's Plantation, Charleston Neck 1779
Barnwell, John Beaufort District Regiment 1775 1779 Several sources assert that he was a Captain in the SC 1st Regiment in late 1775 - and that he resigned in early 1776 to return to the Beaufort District Regiment under Col. Stephen Bull.  Promoted to Major as a result of his heroic efforts during the battle at Port Royal Island #1 in Feb. 1779.  In September of 1781, commissioned as Brig. Gen. Fort Moultrie, Bloody Point, Port Royal Island #1.
Barnwell, Robert Beaufort District Regiment 1779 1782 Captain of St. Helena's Parish Volunteers. Port Royal #1, Charleston Neck 1779, Siege of Charleston 1780 (POW)
Barrey, William New Acquisition District Regiment 1780 Promoted from Lieutenant - under Col. Thomas Neel.   Fishing Creek.
Barron, John New Acquisition District Regiment Lieutenant and Captain.  Dates unknown.
Barron, Thomas New Acquisition District Regiment A Captain during 1779.   Briar Creek (GA)
Barry, Andrew Spartan Regiment 1775 1781 A Captain first under Lt. Col. John Thomas, Jr.  (1777, the 1st Spartan Regiment).  Also served under Col. Thomas Brandon (2nd Spartan Regiment).  Also served under Col. Benjamin Roebuck (Roebuck's Batallion of Spartan Regiment) during 1780-1781.  Reinlisted in late 1781 as a private. Wounded at battle of Musgrove's Mill 8/18/1780. Great Cane Brake, Snow Campaign, Ramseur's Mill, Fishing Creek, Musgrove's Mill, Kings Mountain, Cowpens, Cunningham's Raid
Barry, John 1st Spartan Regiment 1777 1782 Promoted from Lieutenant.  May 1780, a Captain under Col. John Thomas, Jr.  Later, a Captain under Col. Benjamin Roebuck (Roebuck's Batallion of Spartan Regiment). Enoree River, Blackstocks, Williams's Plantation, Siege of Ninety-Six 1781
Bartley, John Camden District Regiment 1775 1775 A Captain under Col. Richard Richardson.
Barton, "Unknown" Upper Granville County Regiment A Captain under Col. William Harden.  Dates unknown.
Baskin, James Ninety-Six District Regiment 1776 1776 Wounded at Cherokeetown 6/26/1776.  1780-1783, a Lieutenant under Capt. William Baskin. Cherokee Expedition 1776.
Baskin, William Ninety-Six District Regiment 1775 1783 1778, in Upper Ninety-Six District Regiment.  POW at Carr's Fort on Feb. 10, 1779, released/exchanged.  Served under Col. John Thomas Jr. (1st Spartan Regiment) and Col. Benjamin Roebuck (Roebuck's Batallion of Spartan Regiment). Carr's Fort (GA)
Bateman, "Unknown" SC 4th Regiment 1776 A Captain in SC 4th Regiment. Fort Moultrie.
Baxter, John Upper Craven County Regiment 1778 1781 Pee Dee Regiment. June 1780-Jan. 1781, under Lt. Col. Hugh Horry (Kingstree Regiment). Feb.-May 1781, a Captain under Lt. Col. Peter Horry (Horry's Light Dragoons).  Promoted to Major, then Lt. Colonel. From Williamsburg District. Wounded at Quinby's Bridge as a Major. Halfway Swamp #1, Georgetown #4, Black River Ferry Road, Georgetown #6, Wiboo Swamp, Black River Bridge, Sampit Bridge #1, Sampit Bridge #2, Fort Watson #2, Fort Motte.
Baxter, Robert Upper Craven County Regiment 1781 1782 A Captain 1781-1782.
Beason, William Kershaw Regiment 1782 1782 A Captain under Col. James Postell.
Beaty, "Unknown" Served as a Captain.  Nothing more known.
Beeckman, Barnard SC 4th Regiment 1775 1776 Capt.-Lt. in Artillery Company under Capt. Owen Roberts in early 1775.  Then, a Captain in SC 4th Regiment on 11/14/1775.  Promoted to Major, then Lt. Col., then Colonel.  POW after Fall of Charleston. Fort Moultrie w/22 men
Bell, Benjamin Upper Ninety-Six District Regiment 1778 1779 From Edgefield District.  Captain under Col. Andrew Pickens and BG Andrew Williamson.  Killed by Indians during 1779.
Bell, John Camden District Regiment 1779 1781 A Captain under Col. Thomas Taylor during 1781. Eutaw Springs
Belleirie, Chevalier Le Grande de SC State 1780 1781 Captain of Engineers in State service 1780-1781.
Benison, William Kingstree Regiment 1780 1781 Under Lt. Col. Peter Horry.  Promoted to Major.  Killed at Battle of Wambaw Creek. Siege of Charleston 1780
Bennett, Thomas Kingstree Regiment 1781 1781 Captain in Marion's Brigade in 1781. 
Bennett, William Maham's Light Dragoons 1781 1782 Captain under Maj. / Lt. Col. Hezekiah Maham (SC 3rd Regiment of State Dragoons) during 1781-1782.  Well's Plantation, Videau's Bridge.
Bennsee, John SC 2nd Regiment 1779 Wounded near Nelson's Ferry.  Died August 1779.
Benoit, Uriant Captain in Independent Company of Artillery.  Nothing more known.
Benson, William Roebuck's Battalion of Spartan Regiment 1781 1782 An Adjutant and a Captain under Col. Benjamin Roebuck 1781-1782.
Bentham, James Charles Town District Regiment 1778 1779 Grenadier Company within the 1st Batallion. Promoted from Lieutenant in 1778, then to Major. Charleston Neck 1779, Siege of Savannah
Benton, Lemuel Cheraws District Regiment 1775 1777 Promoted to Major in 1777.  Promoted to Lt. Col. In 1780, then Colonel in 1781.
Beraud, Matthew Ninety-Six District Regiment 1775 1778 First served under Maj. Andrew Williamson as Captain of the New Bordeaux Company of Militia.  Promoted to Major of Upper Ninety-Six District Regiment in 1778.  Killed at Siege of Savannah on 10/9/1779. Ninety-Six 1775.
Beresford, Richard SC 6th Regiment 1778 1780 A Captain under BG Isaac Huger in GA in 1778. Also an Aide to BG William Moultrie. Captured at Fall of Charleston, imprisoned at St. Augustine until 1781. Siege of Charleston 1780.
Bethany, Jacob Camden District Regiment 1782 1783 From Richland District.  A Lieutenant under Col. Thomas Taylor 1781-1782.  Also a Commissary and a Captain.
Bishop, Henry Turkey Creek Regiment 1780 1780 A Captain under Col. Edward Lacey.  Killed at Hanging Rock 8/6/1780. Williamson's Plantation, Rocky Mount, Hanging Rock.
Black, Thomas New Acquisition District Regiment 1779 1781 A Captain under Col. Thomas Neel, Col. Samuel Watson, Col. William Bratton. Briar Creek (GA)
Black, William SC Light Dragoons 1779 1781 1779, served under Maj. Hezekiah Maham.  1780, served under Col. Richard Richardson (Berkeley County Regiment).  Mar. 1781, served under Lt. Col. Peter Horry (Horry's Light Dragoons).  In Oct. 1781, this unit became the SC 4th Regiment of State Dragoons. Wiboo Swamp, Black River Bridge, Sampit Bridge #1, Sampit Bridge #2, Fort Watson #2, Fort Motte, Quinby's Bridge, Shubrick's Plantation.
Blackburn, Ambrose Upper Ninety-Six District Regiment Dates unknown.
Blair, James Upper Ninety-Six District Regiment 1781 1782 Began in NC militia in 1778.  Later, a Captain under Col. Robert Anderson and BG Andrew Pickens.
Blake, John SC 2nd Regiment 1776 1778 Was a Lieutenant. Promoted to Captain on 4/23/1776.  Resigned on 4/25/1778 after his men were slaughtered on board the frigate Randolph. 1780-1782, a Captain in the Charles Town District Regiment. Fort Moultrie, West Indies 3/78,
Blakeney, John Cheraws District Regiment 1775 1781 A Captain of St. David's Parish Volunteer Militia on 11/30/1775.  Also a Captain in Marion's Brigade.  
Blakey, John SC 2nd Regiment Under Col. Moultrie.  No dates given.  May be John Blake above.
Blameyer, William SC 5th Regiment 1778 1778 A Lieutenant in March 1778 on West Indies Expedition. Resigned Nov. 1778 as a Captain.
Blassingame, John SC 6th Regiment 1776 A Captain under Lt. Col. Thomas Sumter.  Fort Moultrie, Stono Ferry
Blassingame, Thomas Ninety-Six District Regiment 1776 1782 First, a Captain in GA unit.  1776, a Captain under Maj. William Farr.  1777, a Horseman and a Captain under Lt. Col. James Steen, Col. Thomas Brandon (2nd Spartan Regiment). 1780, a Captain under Col. Joseph Hayes. Indian Creek
Bleakney, John Cheraws District Regiment 1775 1775 Captain of St. David's Parish Volunteer Company.  Most likely the same man as John Blakeney above.
Blessingham, James Cheraws District Regiment 1779 1781 1779-1780, a Captain.   1780-1781, a Lieutenant and a Captain under Col. Thomas Brandon (2nd Spartan Regiment).
Blessingham, John 2nd Spartan Regiment 1781 1782 Promoted from Lieutenant.  Under Col. Thomas Brandon.
Bobo, Lewis Spartan Regiment 1776 A Captain under Col. Thomas Brandon (2nd Spartan Regiment) and Col. John Thomas Jr. (1st Spartan Regiment), dates unknown. Cherokee Expedition 1776
Bocquet, Peter Charles Town District Regiment 1779 1780 Captain of the Grenadier Company within the 1st Batallion.  Charleston Neck, Siege of Savannah (GA), Siege of Charleston 1780
Boggs, John Captain of an Independent Company of Infantry, dates unknown.
Boitard, "Unknown" Captain of an Independent Company of Artillery, unit and dates unknown.  Also, a Captain of an Independent Company of Seaman, unit and dates unknown.
Bona, Lewis Granville County Regiment 1779 1780 Siege of Charleston 1780
Bond, John Camden District Regiment 1775 A Captain under Col. Richard Richardson.  Snow Campaign
Bond, Moses Fairfield Regiment 1780 1781 Served as a Captain in Militia under Col. Richard Winn.  Died in 1781.
Bonneau, ? Kingstree Regiment 1780 - A militia captain assigned to assist Lt. Col. Peter Horry in burning boats along the Santee River in August 1780.
Bossard, "Unknown" A Captain.  Nothing more known.
Bouchillon, Joseph Upper Ninety-Six District Regiment 1779 1782 A Lieutenant under Capt. Matthew Beraud in the New Bordeaux Company of Militia.  Promoted to Captain on 8/5/1779. Siege of Savannah (GA), Siege of Ninety-Six 1781
Bowie, John Independent Company of Rangers 1775 1781 Reenlisted in 1776 into SC 5th Regiment as Captain.  Wounded at Siege of Savannah on 10/9/1779. 1780-1781, a Captain under Col. Robert Anderson (Upper Ninety-Six District Regiment) From 1/25/1781 to 4/30/1783, he was Aide-de-Camp to Brig. Gen. Andrew Pickens. During 1781, he was promoted to Major under Col. Richard Winn (Fairfield Regiment). Ninety-Six 1775, Fort Moultrie, Cherokee Expedition 1776, Charleston Neck 1779, Siege of Savannah.
Box, Lewis Lower Ninety-Six District Regiment A Captain under Col. LeRoy Hammond.  Dates unknown.
Boyce, Alexander SC 6th Regiment 1778 1779 Promoted from Lieutenant on 6/27/1778. Died 11/1/1779 after wounds at Siege of Savannah on 10/9/1779. aka Alexander Boyes, Alexander Boyer. From what became the Newberry District.  Stono Ferry, Siege of Savannah.
Boyden, Thomas SC 5th Regiment 1778 Resigned 1/21/1778.  One source asserts he was in SC 1st Regiment.
Boyer, John 1st Spartan Regiment 1778 1780 Promoted to Capt. after Isaac Cook resigned.  Reenlisted in 1781 as a Lieutenant under Capt. David Glynn and Col. John Thomas, Jr. Siege of Savannah, Kings Mountain.
Boykin, Francis SC 3rd Regiment 1775 1780 From Kershaw District.  Transferred to SC 3rd Regiment in 1775 and promoted to Captain.  A Captain and promoted to Major in 1781 under Col. Charles Myddleton (SC 2nd Regiment of State Dragoons). Fort Moultrie
Boykin, Samuel Catawba Indian Company of Rovers 1775 1782 From Kershaw District.  Command of 25 Catawba Indians in his own company probably within the Fairfield Regiment.  After the Fall of Charleston, a Captain under Col. James Williams (Little River District Regiment) and Col. Benjamin Roebuck (Roebuck's Batallion of Spartan Regiment). Breach Inlet Naval Battle, Cherokee Expedition 1776, Charleston Neck 1779, Stono Ferry
Braddock, John Captain over Seamen 1779 1779 At Port Royal and Beaufort during 1779
Brackin, William 1779 1783 Captain in Militia 1779-1783.  Nothing more known.  aka William Brakin.  Probably in NC Dragoons.
Brandon, ? 2nd Spartan Regiment 1780 A Captain under Col. Thomas Brandon - half brother of Col. Brandon.  Killed by a party of Lt. Col. Banastre Tarleton's troops - date not known. ?
Brandon, John New Acquisition District Regiment 1775 1776 A Captain under Col. Thomas Neel.  Killed in a battle with Indians during 1776. Cherokee Expedition 1776.
Brandon, Thomas Spartan Regiment 1775 1776 A Captain and a Major under Col. John Thomas, Sr.  In 1777, established the 2nd Spartan Regiment and elected its first and only Colonel. Snow Campaign, Cherokee Expedition 1776
Bratcher, William 1st Spartan Regiment 1779 1780 Promoted to Captain in 1779.
Bratton, Hugh New Acquisition District Regiment 1775 1781 A Captain under Lt. Col./Col. William Bratton.   Later, a Captain under Major William Smith (1st Spartan Regiment) at Fort Watson #1 and Siege of Ninety-Six 1781. Snow Campaign, Stono Ferry, Siege of Charleston, Mobley's Meetinghouse, Rocky Mount, Hanging Rock, St. James Goose Creek Church, Fort Watson #1, Siege of Ninety-Six 1781.
Bratton, William New Acquisition District Regiment 1775 1776 Promoted to Major, Lt. Colonel, and Colonel. Great Cane Brake, Snow Campaign.
Bray, John Fairfield Regiment 1781 1782 A Captain under Col. Richard Winn.
Brewer, William Camden District Regiment 1780 1780 A Captain under Lt. Col. Eli Kershaw in 1780. 
Bridges, James Roebuck's Battalion of Spartan Regiment 1780 1781 A Spy during an Indian Expedition.  Served 1780-1781 as Captain under Col. Benjamin Roebuck.
Briggs, William Roebuck's Battalion of Spartan Regiment A Lieutenant in Militia before Fall of Charleston.  A Captain under Col. Benjamin Roebuck after the Fall of Charleston, dates unknown.
Britton, Henry Georgetown District Regiment 1780 1782 A Captain in Marion's Brigade.
Brocket, William Turkey Creek Regiment 1782 1782 A Captain under Col. Edward Lacey.
Brockington, John Upper Craven County Regiment 1776 1782 A Captain 1776 to 1782.
Brooks, Peter Roebuck's Battalion of Spartan Regiment 1780 1782 A Lieutenant under Capt. George Roebuck, and a Captain under Col. Benjamin Roebuck.  Also, a Captain under Col. William Bratton (New Acquisition District Regiment).  Enoree River, Siege of Ninety-Six 1781, Eutaw Springs
Brooks, Zachariah Smith Hammond's Regiment of Light Dragoons 1781 1782 Served under Lt. Col./Col. Samuel Hammond.  At some time he was one of BG Andrew Pickens' bodyguards and a Captain.
Broughton, Alexander SC Light Dragoons 1779 1782 1779-1780, a Captain under Col. Daniel Horry.  1782, also a Captain in Militia.
Brown, Archibald Charles Town District Regiment 1775 1780 Captain of Light Infantry Company.  1779, sent to France.  Returned, made a Lieutenant, then promoted back to Captain.  At the Fall of Charleston.  Prisoner for 12 months. Port Royal Island #1, Charleston Neck, Siege of Savannah, Siege of Charleston 1780.
Brown, Benjamin SC 6th Regiment 1779 1780 Promoted from Lieutenant on 11/1/1779 after the death of Capt. Alexander Boyce.
Brown, Casper A Captain.  Nothing more known.  Aka Gasper Brown. Probably Orangeburgh District Regiment.
Brown, Gabriel 2nd Spartan Regiment 1780 1780 Lieutenant and Captain under Col. Thomas Brandon.  Killed at the battle of Blackstocks 11/20/1780. Kings Mountain, Blackstocks.
Brown, James Kingstree Regiment 1780 1782 A Captain under Col. Archibald McDonald 1780-1782.  
Brown, John SC 5th Regiment Dates unknown.  After the Fall of Charleston, a Captain under Col. James Postell (Kershaw Regiment). Wounded at the battle of Shubrick's Plantation. Fort Motte, Quinby's Bridge, Shubrick's Plantation.
Brown, Joseph Fairfield Regiment 1775 1779 Major at battle of Monck's Corner.  1779-1781, a Lt. Colonel in militia. Great Cane Brake, Snow Campaign, Charleston Neck 1779.
Brown, Richard SC 3rd Regiment 1776 Joined Oct. 1776.  At the battle of Stono Ferry. Savannah, Briar Creek (GA), Stono Ferry.
Brown, Tarleton Orangeburgh District Regiment 1779 From Orangeburgh District.  He, Joshua Inman, and John Green organized a company they called "The Rangers."  Another source asserts it was called the Cracker's Neck Company.
Brown, Tarleton Jr. Upper Granville County Regiment 1781 1782 Resided in Barnwell County, a Lieutenant under Capt. Shadrack Inman.  Promoted to Captain on 4/1/1781 under Col. William Harden. Pocotaligo Road, Pocotaligo/Fort Balfour, Fort Grierson (GA), Beech Island #2
Brown, Thomas New Acquisition District Regiment 1780 A Captain under Col. William Bratton. Williamson's Plantation, Fishing Creek
Brown, William SC 6th Regiment 1776 1778 Resigned Dec. 1778. One source says he was a Major when he resigned. Fort Moultrie, Florida Expedition 1776, Cherokee Expedition 1776
Brown, William SC 2nd Regiment 1776 1780 After the Fall of Charleston, a Captain in Marion's Brigade, unit and dates unknown. Haddrell's Point during battle of Fort Moultrie.
Browne, Charles Beaufort District Regiment 1775 1776 Captain of Prince William's Parish Volunteer Company of Dragoons (The Swift & Bold).
Bruce, Charles Roebuck's Battalion of Spartan Regiment 1782 1782 Promoted from Lieutenant on 5/24/1782 under Col. Benjamin Roebuck.  Captured, imprisoned at Ninety-Six.
Bruton, James 2nd Spartan Regiment A Captain under Col. Thomas Brandon.  Dates unknown.
Bryant, Robert Lower Ninety-Six District Regiment 1778 1781 From Edgefield District.  A Captain under Col. LeRoy Hammond during 1778.  1781, a Captain under Col. Robert Anderson (Upper Ninety-Six District Regiment).   Briar Creek (GA), Siege of Augusta (GA), Siege of Ninety-Six 1781
Buchanan, John SC 2nd Regiment 1777 1780 From Fairfield District.  Also in SC 6th Regiment as Captain.  POW at Fall of Charleston, exchanged June 1781.  1782-1783, a Captain in Militia, regiment unknown (Most likely the Fairfield Regiment). Stono Ferry, Siege of Savannah, Siege of Charleston 1780 w/17 men.
Buckholdt, Peter Lower Craven County Regiment 1776 1776 Fort Moultrie
Buckholts, Jacob Georgetown District Regiment Dates unknown. Coosawhatchie, Charleston Neck
Budd, John Shivers SC 4th Regiment 1778 1780 Was a Surgeon.  A Capt-Lt.  POW at the Fall of Charleston. Siege of Charleston 1780.
Budd, Thomas SC 1st Regiment 1777 1778 Resigned 1/9/1778
Buford, William Hill's Regiment of Light Dragoons 1780 1780 Promoted to Major and Lt. Col. Under Col. William Hill.
Bull, "Unknown" Granville County Regiment 1779 1779 A Captain under Col. Benjamin Garden during 1779.
Bullock, Zachariah Spartan Regiment 1776 1780 1776, a Captain under Col. John Thomas, Sr.  1777, under Col. Thomas Brandon (2nd Spartan Regiment).  1778, a Captain under Col. John Thomas, Sr. (1st Spartan Regiment).  Promoted to Major in 1780.  1782, a Captain under Col. James Postell (Kershaw Regiment). Cherokee Expedition 1776, Stono Ferry
Bumpers, "Unknown" A Captain in Militia.  Nothing more known.
Burke, Aedanus Charles Town District Regiment 1780 1782 Was a Lieutenant. A Captain in Militia 1780-1782.
Burns, John Little River District Regiment 1779 A Captain under Col. James Williams during 1779.
Burns, Peter SC 1st Regiment of State Dragoons 1781 1782 April 1781, a Captain under Col. Wade Hampton.  1780, a Captain in NC Militia under Col. Francis Locke until April of 1781. Camden, 15-Mile House, 10-Mile House, Goose Creek Bridge, Quarter House, Strawberry Ferry, Quinby's Bridge, Shubrick's Plantation, Eutaw Springs, Stoney Camp.
Burton, John New Acquisition District Regiment A Captain under Col. William Bratton.  Dates unknown.
Butler, James Sr. Ninety-Six District Regiment 1776 1781 From Edgefield District.  Captain of Rhinehart Company.  In Snow Campaign, Florida Expedition under Maj./Col. Andrew Williamson.  Captured at Fall of Charleston.  Served under Col. LeRoy Hammond (Lower Ninety-Six District Regiment).  He and son James killed at Cloud's Creek on 11/17/1781 by "Bloody Bill" Cunningham. Snow Campaign, Cherokee Expedition 1776, Florida Expediton 1778, Siege of Charleston 1780, Cloud's Creek #2, Siege of Augusta (GA), Siege of Ninety-Six 1781, Eutaw Springs, Tarrar's Spring, Cloud's Creek #1.
Butler, John Cheraws District Regiment 1776 1781 From Cheraws District.  A Captain under Col. George Hicks, Col. Abel Kolb, and Col. Lemuel Benton. Halfway Swamp #1, Georgetown #6, Wiboo Swamp, Eutaw Springs
Butler, Samuel Little River District Regiment 1777 A Captain under Lt. Col. Levi Casey, Col. Thomas Sumter.  Dates unknown.
Butler, William Lower Ninety-Six District Regiment 1781 1782 Earlier, a Lieutenant in Pulaski's Legion.  Lieutenant and Captain in Sumter's Brigade 1780-1782.  Promoted to Captain Feb. 1781.  Probably served as a Captain for a short time under Lt. Col. Philemon Waters (1st Spartan Regiment). Siege of Augusta, Siege of Ninety-Six 1781, Eutaw Springs, Fort Dorchester, Lorick's Ferry, Dean's Swamp (Killed).
Buxton, Jacob Upper Granville County Regiment Lieutenant and Captain under Col. William Harden.  Dates unknown.
Buzby, Sherod New Acquisition District Regiment At one time commanded a company of militia.  Probably elected as a captain.  Dates unknown.   aka Sherwood Busby.  aka Sherrard Buzbee.
Byars, John Lower Ninety-Six District Regiment 1778 Served under Col. LeRoy Hammond. 
Byers, William Sr. New Acquisition District Regiment 1775 1779 Served under Col. Thomas Neel in Snow Campaign, Cherokee Expedition, Briar Creek, and 1779 Siege of Charleston.  Resigned 6/20/1779.  Also in SC Provincial Congress. Snow Campaign, Cherokee Expedition 1776, Fort Moultrie, Florida Expedition 1778,  Briar Creek (GA), Charleston Neck 1779.
Cade, Drury GA Militia A Captain under Col. Elijah Clarke (GA).  Dates unknown.
Caldwell, James Upper Ninety-Six District Regiment 1780 1781 From Newberry District.  A Captain under Col. Andrew Pickens.   Cowpens
Caldwell, James Little River District Regiment 1781 1782 Promoted from Lieutenant on  4/2/1781.
Caldwell, John SC 3rd Regiment 1775 1778 From Newberry District.  6/18/1775, a Captain under Lt. Col. William Thomson. Resigned on  3/19/1778, then killed by Bloody Bill Cunningham later at Dutch Creek on 11//19/1781. Fort Charlotte w/28 men, Ninety-Six 1775, Great Cane Brake, Breach Inlet Naval Battle
Caldwell, Samuel 2nd Spartan Regiment 1781 A Captain under Col. Thomas Brandon after the Fall of Charleston. Cowpens.
Caldwell, William SC 3rd Regiment 1778 1780 From Newberry District.  A Lieutenant under his brother, Captain John Caldwell. POW at Fort Howe, GA. Released/exchanged.  Later, a Captain.  POW at Fall of Charleston, taken to St. Augustine.  Later released and at Cowpens, rank and unit unknown.   Siege of Savannah w/44 men, Siege of Charleston 1780.
Calhoun, John Upper Ninety-Six District Regiment 1781 1783 Entered as Private, promoted to Lieutenant then Captain.  Wounded at Cowpens. Guilford Court House (NC), Siege of Augusta (GA)
Calhoun, Joseph SC Light Dragoons 1780 1782 Entered as Lieutenant in 1779. 1781 a Captain under Maj. Hezekiah Maham. Then, a Captain in SC 3rd Regiment of State Dragoons under Lt. Col. Hezekiah Maham til the end of the war.
Calhoun, Joseph Upper Ninety-Six District Regiment 1779 1783 A Captain under Lt. Col. Robert Anderson during 1779. Kettle Creek (GA), Long Canes, Indian Villages
Campbell, Alexander Turkey Creek Regiment A Lieutenant under Capt. Philip Walker.  Dates unknown.  Wounded at Hanging Rock while serving under Maj. John McClure of the Turkey Creek Regiment.  Several accounts assert that he was also a Captain under Col. Edward Lacey. Hanging Rock.
Campbell, Angus Fairfield Regiment A Captain of Militia before the Fall of Charleston.  Dates unknown. Coosawhatchie, Stono Ferry
Campbell, MacCartan Charles Town District Regiment 1775 1775 A Captain in early 1775 under Col. Charles Pinckney.  May have remained longer.
Campbell, Robert Fairfield Regiment Killed by British galleys in the Savannah River, date unknown.
Campbell, William Turkey Creek Regiment A Captain under Col. Edward Lacey, dates unknown.
Cannada, James Kershaw Regiment 1781 A Lieutenant under Col. Joseph Kershaw and guarded Camden Jail during 1780.  1781, a Captain under Col. James Postell (Kershaw Regiment).
Cannon, "Unknown" Fairfield Regiment 1782 A Captain under Col. Richard Winn during 1782.
Cannon, Daniel Charles Town District Regiment 1775 Captain of Cannon's Volunteers within the 1st Batallion. Fort Moultrie, Charleston Neck 1779, Siege of Savannah
Canternier, John SC Light Dragoons 1779 1780 A Captain under Col. Daniel Horry.
Cantey, James Camden District Regiment 1780 1782 From Kershaw District.  Earlier a Lieutenant in SC 3rd Regiment.  When Charleston fell, he was a Captain in the Berkeley County Regiment under Col. Richard Richardson, Jr..  aka James Cantay.
Cantey, John Camden District Regiment A Captain under Col. Richard Richardson.  Nothing more known. Hanging Rock
Cantey, Joseph Camden District Regiment Dates unknown.
Cantey, Samuel Camden District Regiment 1775 1776 Under Col. Richard Richardson. Promoted to Major in 1776, just before his death.
Cantey, William Camden District Regiment 1779 1780 Captain under BG Andrew Williamson in 1779. Siege of Charleston 1780
Capers, George Sinclair Berkeley County Regiment 1782 A Captain in Marion's Brigade. Late 1781, early 1782, a Captain under Lt. Col. Hezekiah Maham (SC 3rd Regiment of State Dragoons). Earlier imprisoned in Charlestown, but managed to escape somehow. Videau's Bridge, Whitehall
Capers, William Berkeley County Regiment 1781 1782 Earlier a Lieutenant.  Reenlisted after fall of Charleston under Col. Richard Richardson, Jr., became a Captain in 1781. 3/7/1781, also appointed as Brigade Adjutant under Brig. Gen. Francis Marion. Wiboo Swamp, Fort Watson #2, Fort Motte, Quinby's Bridge, Shubrick's Plantation, Eutaw Springs, Videau's Bridge
Carlisle, Francis Upper Ninety-Six District Regiment 1780 1782 Private, Lieutenant, and Captain under Col. Robert Anderson. Blackstocks, Cowpens, Siege of Ninety-Six 1781, Indian Villages
Carlisle, Joseph Upper Ninety-Six District Regiment A Captain under BG Andrew Pickens.  Dates unknown.
Carnes, Patrick Continental Army A Captain in the Continental Line.  Nothing more known.
Carr, Patrick One source asserts that he was a Captain in SC and GA militia at different times.  Find no references to his SC participation.  Most likely only in GA and NC units.  At Blackstocks and Kings Mountain under Col. Elijah Clarke (GA).
Carr, Samuel SC 3rd Regiment 1780 Mortally wounded at Long Canes 12/12/1780, in the Upper Ninety-Six District  Regiment. Long Canes, Fish Dam Ford.
Carr, William New Acquisition District Regiment 1780 1782 Lieutenant and Captain under Col. Thomas Neel, Col. Samuel Watson, Col. William Bratton, Col. William Hill (Hill's Regiment of Light Dragoons). Fort Watson #1, Orangeburgh #1, Fort Granby #1, 15-Mile House, 10-Mile House, Goose Creek Bridge, Strawberry Ferry, Quarter House.
Carson, Andrew New Acquisition District Regiment First served as a Captain under Col. William Bratton.  After the Fall of Charleston, a Captain under Col. James Postell in the Kershaw Regiment under BG Francis Marion.  Dates unknown. Briar Creek (GA).
Carson, Joseph Upper Ninety-Six District Regiment 1780 1781 A Captain under Col. Robert Anderson.
Carson, Samuel Upper Ninety-Six District Regiment 1781 1782 Lieutenant and Captain under Col. Robert Anderson
Carson, Walter New Acquisition District Regiment 1780 1781 First in PA unit.  A Captain under Col. Andrew Neel.  Williamson's Plantation, Mobley's Meetinghouse, Rocky Mount, Fishing Creek, Brierley's Ferry, Blackstocks.
Carter, Benjamin Camden District Regiment A Captain at the battle of Camden.  Originally from Sumter District, lived in Charlotte and enlisted in NC unit in 1776.  Later, settled down in Kershaw District in the town of Camden. Camden, Rugeley's Mills #1
Carter, John Spartan Regiment 1775 1775 A Captain under Col. John Thomas, Sr.  Later a Private in SC State Troops, then a Captain under Lt. Col./Col. Samuel Hammond (Hammond's Regiment of Light Dragoons). Snow Campaign.
Carter, John Lower Ninety-Six District Regiment 1778 1782 American Scout Company (aka Eutaw Scouts) under Col. LeRoy Hammond.  POW at the Fall of Charleston.  Later, a Captain under Col. Andrew Pickens (Upper Ninety-Six District Regiment) Florida Expedition 1778, Augusta 1779, Stono Ferry, Siege of Savannah, Siege of Charleston 1780, Eutaw Springs.
Carter, Robert Upper Ninety-Six District Regiment 1779 A Captain under Lt. Col./Col. Robert Anderson. 
Caruthers, Robert Upper Ninety-Six District Regiment 1779 1782 Under Col. Andrew Pickens 1779-1780.  1781-1782, under Col. Wade Hampton (SC 1st Regiment of State Dragoons).  aka Robert Carithers. Kettle Creek (GA), Siege of Ninety-Six 1781.
Casey, Christopher Roebuck's Battalion of Spartan Regiment 1781 1782 From Newberry District.  First under Capt. Benjamin Wofford.  A Lieutenant under Capt. Peter Brooks and Col. Benjamin Roebuck.  1781, a Captain. Duncan's Creek
Casey, James Ninety-Six District Regiment A Captain under Lt. Col./Col. LeRoy Hammond (Lower Ninety-Six District Regiment).  Dates unknown.
Casey, Levi 1st Spartan Regiment 1778 1780 From Newberry District.  A Captain under Col. John Thomas, Jr. and Col. James Williams (Little River District Regiment).  1780, a Lt. Colonel under Col. James Williams. Kettle Creek (GA) (LR District Reg), Stono Ferry (?), Siege of Savannah (GA) (1st Spartan)
Catlin, Nathaniel A Captain.  Nothing more known.
Cattell, Benjamin SC 1st Regiment 1775
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6/17/1775, a Captain under Col. Christopher Gadsden. He resigned his commission on 7/20/1778. Returned to service in 1779 as Aide-de-Camp to Brig. Gen. William Moultrie. POW at the Fall of Charleston. Siege of Charleston 1780.
Cattell, William SC 1st Regiment 1775 1776 Transferred to SC 3rd Regiment during May 1776 as Major, promoted to Lt. Col.  POW at the Fall of Charleston
Catterton, John Lower District Regiment 1776 1782 A Captain under Maj. Andrew Pickens in 1776.  A Private in 1781.  Captain in Militia during 1782, regiment unknown. Cherokee Expedition 1776
Cauley, James 1781 1782 Captain in Marion's Brigade 1781-1782.  Nothing more known.  Probably James McCauley.
Chalmers, John New Acquisition District Regiment 1781 1782 A Lieutenant and a Captain.  
Chaplain, Thomas 1779 Commanded a detachment at St. Helena on 3/12/1779.  Presumably a Captain.  Nothing more known.
Chappell, Hicks Camden District Regiment 1781 1782 A Lieutenant under Col. Edward Lacey, then Col. Thomas Taylor (Camden District Regiment), then Col. Wade Hampton (SC 1st Regiment of State Dragoons), promoted to Captain under Col. Thomas Taylor. Lynches Creek.
Charnock, William SC 2nd Regiment 1776 1781 A Captain starting after Battle of Fort Moultrie (8/29/1776). Resigned on 11/25/1778. 1778-1780, in Fairfield Regiment. 1780-1781, in Kershaw Regiment.  Was a Lieutenant in SC 2nd Regiment. Stono Ferry, Siege of Charleston 1780
Chesnut, John Camden District Regiment 1779 1781 From Kershaw District.  Resigned as Paymaster of SC 3rd Regiment in Feb. 1779. Reenlisted as Captain of Militia under Lt. Col. John Marshall.  POW at Fall of Charleston.  Afterwards, in Kershaw Regiment under Col. James Postell. Siege of Charleston 1780.
Chews, John Drury Little River District Regiment 1777 1779 Captain of Horse under Col. James Williams.  1779, a Captain under Lt. Col. Benjamin Roebuck (Lower Ninety-Six District Regiment).
Chiffelle, Philotheos Charles Town District Regiment 1775 1775 A Captain in early 1775 under Col. Charles Pinckney.  May have remained longer.
Clark, James Camden District Regiment 1778 Also a Captain after the Fall of Charleston in the Kershaw Regiment.  Dates unknown.
Clark, Thomas 1781 A Captain at Col. James (?) on 7/8/1781.  Nothing more known.
Clark, William Promoted to Captain upon the death of Capt. Thomas Sparks.
Clarke, John Kingstree Regiment 1780 1781 A Captain under Lt. Col. Peter Horry in Dec. 1780 and Jan. 1781. He was captured at the engagement of Waccamaw Neck on January 13, 1781, but he was paroled. He was seized at his home on Waccamaw River in mid-February and taken to Georgetown, reason not known. Halfway Swamp #1, Waccamaw Neck, Waccamaw River.
Clayton, Abraham Colleton County Regiment 1781 1782 Sergeant, Lieutenant, and Captain 1779-1782.
Clayton, John Orangeburgh District Regiment 1779 Earlier a Lieutenant.  A Captain under Lt. Col. Charles Heatley during 1779.
Clements, Gabriel Cheraws District Regiment 1780 1782 Private, Ensign, and First Lieutenant under Capt. Andrew DuBose, Col. Lemuel Benton, BG Francis Marion.  Promoted to Captain in 1780. Eutaw Springs
Clinton, James New Acquisition District Regiment 1781 1782 A Sergeant under Capt. Joseph Howe, Col. Andrew Neel.  7/1780, a Lieutenant under Capt. William Davis, Col. William Bratton.  9/1781, a Captain under Col. William Bratton.
Clinton, Peter New Acquisition District Regiment 1775 1780 First under Col. Thomas Neel.  Feb 1779, under Gen. Andrew Williamson.  Died in Spring of 1780. Great Cane Brake, Snow Campaign, Cherokee Expedition 1776, Charleston Neck 1779, Stono Ferry, Siege of Savannah (GA).
Coachman, Benjamin A Captain.  Nothing more known.
Coachman, James SC 3rd Regiment 1775 1776 Promoted to Captain, later a Lieutenant in Marion's Brigade.
Cochran, Robert Charles Town District Regiment 1775 1775 Captain and Ordnance Store Keeper in the town of Charlestown.  aka Robert Cockran.  aka Robert Cochrane.
Cockran, Thomas Upper Craven County Regiment 1780 1780 Under Col. George Hicks during 1780. Siege of Charleston 1780
Cocksey, William Fairfield Regiment 1779 1780 Captain of Militia 1779-1780.  
Coffee, Hugh Camden District Regiment 1780 1782 A Captain under Col. Joseph Kershaw at the Fall of Charleston.  After the Fall of Charleston, a Captain under Lt. Col. Henry Hampton 1780-1781 (Hampton's Regiment of Light Dragoons). Then under Col. James Postell (Kershaw Regiment) from 4/23/1781 to 5/11/1781 and from 7/4/1781 to 7/31/1781. 1782, served 42 days under Maj. Thomas Thompson (Kershaw Regiment). Siege of Charleston 1780, Rocky Mount, Fishing Creek, Blackstocks.
Coffey, Henry Camden District Regiment 1780 1781 At the Fall of Charleston.  Under Maj. Robert Crawford (Turkey Creek Regiment) at Hanging Rock.  Under Lt. Col. Henry Hampton (Hampton's Regiment of Light Dragoons) at Blackstocks. Later, under Lt. Col. Frederick Kimball (Kershaw Regiment). Siege of Charleston 1780, Hanging Rock, Rocky Mount, Fishing Creek, Blackstocks.
Cogdell, George SC 5th Regiment 1776 Fort Moultrie
Coiel, James Camden District Regiment 1780 1781 1775, a Private.  Reenlisted in 1776 as 2nd Lieutenant under Capt. George Wade and Col. Richard Richardson.  Promoted to Captain under Col. Sumter and Col. Henderson. Rocky Mount, Hanging Rock, Kings Mountain.
Coizier, "Unknown" Lower District Regiment A Captain under Col. Jonas Beard, dates unknown. Cherokee Expedition 1776
Colburg, "Unknown" SC 3rd Regiment of State Dragoons A Captain under Lt. Col. Hezekiah Maham, Lt. Col. Peter Horry (SC 4th Regiment of State Dragoons), Lt. Col. William Washington, Lt. Col. Henry Lee, dates unknown.
Colcock, John Comm. Gen. Thomas Farr, Jr. 1775 1776 Referred to as a Captain.
Colcoclough, Alexander 1780 Under BG Richard Richardson, regiment unknown.  POW at Fall of Charleston. Siege of Charleston 1780.
Coleman, Benjamin Continental Army Under Col. Little and Gen. Greene.  Dates unknown.
Collet, "Unknown" A Captain, regiment unknown.
Collins, John New Acquisition District Regiment 1782 1782 First under Capt. Robert McAfee as Private 1776-1782.  Captain in 1782 under Col. William Bratton, not on active duty.
Collins, John 1st Spartan Regiment 1780 1782 First a Private under Capt. Andrew Barry.  1780, a Captain under Col. John Thomas, Jr.  Probably the same mans as John Collins #4 below. Wofford's Iron Works, Thicketty Fort, Musgrove's Mill, Blackstocks, Cowpens, Watkins, Bush River #1.
Collins, John Fairfield Regiment 1776 1776 A Captain under Lt. Col. John Winn in Cherokee Expedition 1776. Cherokee Expedition 1776.
Collins, John Lower Ninety-Six District Regiment 1779 1781 A Captain under Lt. Col./Col. Benjamin Roebuck (Roebuck's Batallion of Spartan Regiment).  Also served under Col. John Thomas, Jr. (1st Spartan Regiment).  1781, a Major.  Probably the same man as John Collins #2 above. Musgrove's Mill, Fish Dam Ford, Cowpens
Colson, Jacob Ninety-Six District Regiment 1775 1776 A Captain of a GA unit under Maj. Andrew Williamson.  Went on Cherokee Expedition of 1776.   Ninety-Six 1775, Cherokee Expedition 1776.
Colt, "Unknown" SC 6th Regiment 1778 Resigned 9/3/1778.  
Comber, Daniel 2nd Spartan Regiment 1780 A Lieutenant and a Captain under Col. Thomas Brandon after Fall of Charleston.
Connell, Simon Cheraws District Regiment 1778 1782 1782, a Captain under Col. Jacob Baxter (Upper Craven County Regiment)
Conner, Edward Georgetown District Regiment 1781 1782 Earlier a Corporal.  1781, a Captain under Lt. Col. Livingston (?).  From what is now Horry County.
Conyers, Clement SC 5th Regiment 1782 A Captain in SC 5th Regiment, dates unknown. 1780-1782, a Captain under Col. Hugh Giles then Col. John Ervin (Lower Craven County Regiment). Conyer's Action.
Conyers, Daniel Kingstree Regiment 1780 1782 From Williamsburg District.  A Lieutenant and a Captain under Col. Archibald McDonald and Lt. Col. Peter Horry (Horry's Light Dragoons, SC 4th Regiment of State Dragoons), BG Francis Marion.  Promoted to Major in 1782. Halfway Swamp #1, Waccamaw Neck, Georgetown #6, Wantoot Plantation, Wiboo Swamp, Black River Bridge, Sampit Bridge #1, Sampit Bridge #2, Fort Watson #2, Fort Motte, Quinby's Bridge, Shubrick's Plantation
Conyers, James SC 1st Regiment of State Dragoons 1780 1782 A Captain under Col. Wade Hampton.  Promoted to Major.  Killed in 1782 at Round O by foraging party.
Conyers, James Jr. SC 5th Regiment A Captain under Col. Isaac Huger.  Dates unknown.
Conyers, William SC 5th Regiment A Captain under Col. Isaac Huger.  Dates unknown.
Cook, Isaac Spartan Regiment 1775 1778 A Captain under Lt. Colonel John Lisle, Sr. and Col. John Thomas, Sr. (1777 - 1st Spartan Regiment).
Cook, John Camden District Regiment 1778 1782 From Richland District.  A Captain under Lt. Col. Robert Goodwin in 1778.  1781-1782, a Captain under Col. Thomas Taylor and BG William Henderson. Florida Expedition 1778, Stono Ferry, Siege of Charleston 1780
Cook, Robert 1780 1782 A Captain in Marion's Brigade.  Nothing more known.
Cooper, George Lower Craven County Regiment 1781 1782 Private, Lieutenant, and Captain 1779-1782.  After the Fall of Charleston in Marion's Brigade under Col. John Ervin. Cypress Swamp, Ashley River Church, Charleston Road
Cooper, Jacob 1782 1782 A Captain under Lt. Col. John Mills.
Cooper, John SC 6th Regiment A Captain under Col. Thomas Sumter.  Dates unknown.  Later, a Captain under Col. Edward Lacey (Turkey Creek Regiment).
Cooper, John Granville County Regiment 1779 1781 Also a Captain and a Major under Col. William Harden 1780-1781.
Cooper, Leonard SC 5th Regiment Dates unknown.
Cooper, Robert Turkey Creek Regiment A Lieutenant and a Captain under Col. Edward Lacey. Dates unknown. Fishing Creek #2 (Wounded)
Cooper, Samuel Georgetown District Regiment 1781 1782 Captain in Marion's Brigade 1781-1782.  Captured at Snow's Island, prisoner of Lord Rawdon at Camden. Snow's Island.
Copeland, William New Acquisition District Regiment 1780 1781 A Captain under Col. William Bratton. Friday's Ferry.
Cork, John Camden District Regiment A Captain under Col. Thomas Taylor.  Dates unknown.
Cottey, Henry Turkey Creek Regiment 1780 1780 A Captain under Maj. Robert Crawford at Hanging Rock.  Probably Henry Coffey. Hanging Rock.
Coulter, Anthony Roebuck's Battalion of Spartan Regiment 1782 1782 Promoted to Lt. 7/1/1781, then to Captain in 1782 under Col. Benjamin Roebuck.  aka Anthony Colter.
Council, Henry Upper Craven County Regiment 1777 1782 A Captain under Col. George Hicks.  Then, a Captain under Col. Abel Kolb, Col. Lemuel Benton (Cheraws District Regiment).  Moved to VA, and Lt. Daniel Sparks became Captain. Port Royal Island #1, Stono Ferry
Coursey, James Upper Ninety-Six District Regiment Private, Lieutenant, and Captain before and after fall of Charleston under Col. Andrew Pickens.
Coursey, William Upper Ninety-Six District Regiment A Captain under Col./BG Andrew Pickens.  Dates unknown.  Killed.
Courtney, James Lower Ninety-Six District Regiment A Captain under Col. LeRoy Hammond.  Dates unknown.
Couturier, John Camden District Regiment 1775 1775 1775, Captain of Militia under Col. Richard Richardson.  Later a Lieutenant and Captain in SC Light Dragoons under Col. Daniel Horry. Breach Inlet Naval Battle, Charleston Neck 1779, Stono Ferry, Siege of Savannah
Covington, William Upper Ninety-Six District Regiment A Captain under Lt. Col. Purvis, Col. Andrew Pickens, dates unknown.
Cowan, George Hammond's Regiment of Light Dragoons 1781 1781 Captain under Lt. Col./Col. Samuel Hammond.  Wounded at Eutaw Springs Eutaw Springs.
Cowan, James Upper Ninety-Six District Regiment 1779 1783 A Captain under Col. Andrew Pickens 1779-1781, under Col. Robert Anderson 1781-1783. Siege of Savannah (GA)
Cowan, John Upper Ninety-Six District Regiment 1779 1783 A Captain under Col. Andrew Pickens 1779-1781, under Col. Robert Anderson 1781-1783. Kettle Creek (GA), Briar Creek (GA), Stono Ferry, Siege of Savannah (GA), Siege of Charleston 1780, Cowpens
Cowden, Robert Hill's Regiment of Light Dragoons 1780 After battle of Rocky Mount, an Acting Captain. Fishing Creek, Fish Dam Ford, Blackstocks.
Cox, John Cheraws District Regiment 1781 1783 1781, a Captain under Col. Abel Kolb, then Col. Lemuel Benton.  Lieutenant and Captain under Col. Philemon Waters (New Acquisition District Regiment) 1782-1783. Hulin's Mill
Cox, William Continental Army A Captain under Lt. Col. William Washington.  Dates unknown.
Coyle, Thomas SC 5th Regiment 1778 1778 A Private promoted to Corporal, Sergeant, and 2nd Lieutenant in 1777. 1/22/1778, a 1st Lieutenant. Promoted to Captain in 1778. He resigned on 9/3/1778 after being found guilty of conduct unbecoming an officer and a gentleman.  
Coyne, John Roebuck's Battalion of Spartan Regiment A Captain under Col. Benjamin Roebuck.  Dates unknown.
Craden, "Unknown" Camden District Regiment A Lieutenant promoted to Captain when Capt. George Summerlin died.
Craig, James Camden District Regiment 1781 1782 A Lieutenant in 1780-1781 under Col. John Marshall (Kershaw Regiment).  Captain in May to June of 1781 under Col. Thomas Taylor. Fort Granby #1, Orangeburgh #1, Fort Granby #2,  St. James Goose Creek Church, Eutaw Springs
Craighead, Robert A Captain wounded at Hanging Rock.  Saved by friendly Indian.  Regiment unknown. Hanging Rock.
Crafford, Alexander Turkey Creek Regiment 1782 1782 1781, a Lieutenant under Capt. George Neely.  Reenlisted in 1782 as a Captain under Col. Edward Lacey.
Crawford, Charles GA Militia A Captain under Col. Benjamin Few, a Georgian that operated a lot in upper SC.
Crawford, James 2nd Spartan Regiment 1779 1783 A Captain under Col. Thomas Brandon.  
Crawford, Joseph 2nd Spartan Regiment 1780 1782 A Captain under Col. Thomas Brandon in 1780.
Crawford, Robert Fairfield Regiment 1776 1780 In 1780 promoted to Major under Col. Joseph Kershaw (Camden District Regiment).  Charleston Neck, Stono Ferry
Creech, Richard Upper Granville County Regiment 1781 1782 Promoted from Lieutenant in 1781 under Col. William Harden. Siege of Augusta (GA).
Creighton, Thomas Fairfield Regiment A Captain under Col. Joseph Kershaw.  Dates unknown
Cromer, Daniel 2nd Spartan Regiment 1781 1782 A Captain under Col. Thomas Brandon.
Culbertson, Josiah 1st Spartan Regiment 1779 1780 A Captain.  A Major at the Battle of Musgrove's Mill under Col. John Thomas, Jr. Cedar Springs, Thicketty Fort, Wofford's Iron Works
Culbertson, Samuel Little River District Regiment 1780 1780, a Captain under Col. James Williams.  Then, a Lieutenant and a Captain of Horse under Lt. Col. William Walker (Roebuck's Battalion of Spartan Regiment).  Later a horseman under Capt. Isaac White (Little River District Regiment), dates unknown. Also a Lieutenant under Capt. George Taylor and a Captain under Col. Benjamin Roebuck (Roebuck's Battalion of Spartan Regiment), dates unknown.
Culliatt, James Colleton County Regiment 1781 1781 Captain of the Pon Pon Company for seven months in 1781.
Culpeper, Joseph SC 1st Regiment of State Dragoons 1781 1782 Lieutenant and Captain under Col. Wade Hampton. Siege of Ninety-Six 1781
Cummins, Andrew Colleton County Regiment 1775 1776 Captain of the Volunteer Company of Foot.
Cunningham, James Little River District Regiment 1779 1781 A Captain under Col. James Williams and Col. Joseph Hayes. Siege of Ninety-Six 1781.
Cunningham, John New Acquisition District Regiment 1780 1781 Promoted to Lieutenant under Sumter, promoted to Captain.  Also, served under Col. William Hill (Hill's Regiment of Light Dragoons).  Reenlisted as Private. Kings Mountain, Blackstocks
Curtis, "Unknown" Lower Ninety-Six District Regiment A Captain under Col. LeRoy Hammond.  Dates unknown.
Cuthbert, Isaac Upper Granville County Regiment 1781 1782 A Captain under Col. William Harden.  Promoted to Major 1782.
Dabbs, Joseph Cheraws District Regiment 1780 1781 From Marlboro District.  Killed by Loyalists 4/28/1781 right after Col. Kolb's murder. Hulin's Mill
Dalton, Darius Beaufort District Regiment 1775 Captain of the Prince William's Parish Volunteer Company of Dragoons (The Swift and the Bold)
Dandridge, John Continental Army 1783 Captain in the 1st Continental Artillery.  POW at the Fall of Charleston.  Exchanged on 6/14/1781. Siege of Charleston 1780.
Daniel, Aaron Upper Craven County Regiment 1780 1782 Under Col. George Gabriel Powell as an Ensign, later a Captain in Marion's Brigade.
Daniel, Joseph 1776 1778 A Captain in Militia 1776-1777.  Nothing more known. Aka Joseph Dannell.
Daniels, James A Captain in Militia.  Nothing more known.
Darrell, Joseph Charles Town District Regiment 1775 1780 A Captain at Lyttleton's Battery during 1775 (temporary duty only).  1779, Captain of the Cannoneers Company. Prior to the Fall of Charleston, promoted to Major. Charleston Neck 1779
Darwin, John Turkey Creek Regiment 1781 1782 Promoted from Lieutenant.  Captain under Col. Edward Lacey.
Davidson, Joseph Hammond's Regiment of Light Dragoons A Captain under Lt. Col./Col. Samuel Hammond, dates unknown.
Davie, William Richardson Camden District Regiment 1779 1780 Lt. in NC, moved to SC - Captain in 1779, promoted to Major in 1780. Wounded at the battle of Stono Ferry. Stono Ferry, Flat Rock
Davis, "Unknown" Killed by Lt. Col. Banastre Tarleton.  Nothing more known.
Davis, Amos Fairfield Regiment 1781 1783 A Captain in 1781.  From Camden District.  One source claims his company was called the South Edisto Volunteers. Four Holes Bridge, Orangeburgh #1, Siege of Ninety-Six 1781
Davis, Francis Lower Craven County Regiment 1778 1781 Under Col. Hugh Giles, at Siege of Charleston (1780), but not captured.  A month or two later, a Captain in Marion's Brigade.  Even later, in a NC unit. Siege of Charleston 1780
Davis, George Little River District Regiment A Lieutenant and a Captain before the Fall of Charleston, dates unknown.
Davis, Harman SC 4th Regiment 1777 1780 Promoted from Lieutenant 5/29/1777. Wounded at Siege of Savannah. POW at Fall of Charleston. 1782, in Artillery, regiment unknown. Briar Creek (GA), Charleston Neck 1779, Siege of Savannah, Siege of Charleston 1780.
Davis, Harman SC 3rd Regiment Nothing more known.
Davis, James Fairfield Regiment 1780 1783 Private, Lieutenant, and Captain under Col. Richard Winn and Col. William Bratton (New Acquisition District Regiment).  May have been a Captain much earlier (1775 - in Little River District Regiment). 1782, a Captain in Kershaw Regiment. Hanging Rock, Rocky Mount, Cowpens, Eutaw Springs.
Davis, Ransom Kershaw Regiment 1780 1781 A Captain of Militia in Marion's Brigade under Col. James Postell.
Davis, Robert 1780 1781 3 years as a Private, then promoted to Captain under BG Thomas Sumter. Camden, Eutaw Springs.
Davis, William Little River District Regiment 1779 1780 Known to be a Captain during 1779.  At Siege of Savannah. Siege of Savannah (GA)
Davis, William New Acquisition District Regiment 1781 1782 Promoted from Lieutenant to Captain on 5/3/1781 under Col. William Bratton.
Davis, William Cheraws District Regiment 1775 1779 Captain of St. David's Parish Volunteer Company 9/26/1775.  1777, a Captain under Col. George Hicks (Upper Craven County Regiment).  Then, a Major and a Lt. Colonel.
Davis, William Ransom SC 5th Regiment 1777 1779 5/29/1777, a Captain. Resigned on 8/12/1779. Also, a Captain in Sumter's Brigade after the Fall of Charleston, unit and dates unknown. Charleston Neck 1779, Stono Ferry, Georgetown #8
Davison, John 2nd Spartan Regiment A Captain under Col. Thomas Brandon, dates unknown.
Dawkins, William 1st Spartan Regiment 1779 1783 1779, a Captain under Col. John Thomas.  POW on 6/5/1780, exchanged 1/3/1781.  A Private and a Captain under Lt. Col./Col. Philemon Waters (mid-1782, New Acquisition District Regiment).  Wounded at Eutaw Springs. Eutaw Springs.
Dawson, John Roebuck's Battalion of Spartan Regiment 1780 A Captain under Col. Benjamin Roebuck.
Dawson, Joseph Lower District Regiment 1777 1782 A Captain under Lt. Col. Andrew Pickens during 1777.  A Captain under Col. LeRoy Hammond during 1778 (Lower Ninety-Six District Regiment).  A Captain in the Camden District Regimen during 1779 - 1780.  After the Fall of Charleston, in Kershaw Regiment under Col. James Postell.   
Day, "Unknown" Colleton County Regiment A Captain under Maj. Thomas Ladson, dates unknown. Siege of Savannah (GA)
Deason, William Kershaw Regiment 1780 1781 A Captain under Col. James Postell. Rocky Mount, Camden, Rugeley's Mill #1, Orangeburgh #1, Eutaw Springs
Delesseltine, John Lower Craven County Regiment 1780 1782 A Captain under Col. Hugh Giles from 8/26/1780 to 8/10/1782.
Delona, Hal Cheraws District Regiment 1780 A Captain under Lt. Col. Lemuel Benton during 1780.
Dempsey, Henry Camden District Regiment 1780 1780 A Captain under Col. Thomas Taylor and  Gen. Isaac Huger during 1780.
DeSaussure, Victor Daniel Beaufort District Regiment 1778 1780 A Captain probably in St. Helena Parish Volunteers.  POW at the Fall of Charleston. Charleston Neck 1779, Siege of Charleston 1780.
De St. Marie, Levaliet SC 1st Regiment 1779 1780 Capt.-Lt., promoted to Captain 10/9/1779. aka Lavacher De St. Marie. Aka De St. Marie LeVasche. POW at the Fall of Charleston. Exchanged June 1781. Served to the end of the war - rank and unit unknown. Siege of Savannah, Siege of Charleston 1780.
DeTreville, John Francis SC 4th Regiment 1777 1780 June 1777, a Captain. Wounded at Siege of Savannah 10/9/1779. POW at the Fall of Charleston.  Exchanged on 6/15/1781. Served til end of War, unit not known. Port Royal Island #1 w/9 men, Charleston Neck 1779, Siege of Savannah, Siege of Charleston 1780.
Deveaux, "Unknown" SC 4th Regiment Nothing more known.
Dewitt, John Upper Craven County Regiment A Captain under Col. George Hicks, dates unknown.
Dewitt, William Cheraws District Regiment A Captain under Col. William Moultrie.  Also a Captain under Col. Lemuel Benton.  Dates unknown.  ID'd as Captain in Dec. 1777, 1779, and in 1781. Coosawhatchie
Diamond, John New Acquisition District Regiment 1781 1781 A Captain under Lt. Col. William Henderson during the Siege of Ninety- Six 1781.  Before and after this battle, a Private. Siege of Ninety-Six 1781.
Dickinson, Francis A Captain in Militia.  Nothing more known
Dickson, David Ninety-Six District Regiment 1775 First in GA unit.  In Snow Campaign.  1775, a Captain under Maj. Andrew Williamson. Snow Campaign
Dickson, Jeremiah 1st Spartan Regiment 1779 1782 First, a Captain under Col. John Thomas, Sr., dates unknown.  A Captain of Horse under Col. Benjamin Roebuck (Roebuck's Batallion of Spartan Regiment), and later under BG Francis Marion. Dates unknown. Cowpens
Dickson, Joseph Roebuck's Battalion of Spartan Regiment 1780 A Captain in Militia under Col. Benjamin Roebuck.  Dates unknown.  July 1780, a Major in New Acquisition District Regiment.
Dickson, Matthew A Captain in Militia.  Nothing more known
Dickson, Michael Little River District Regiment 1775 1776 A Captain under Col. John Lindsey.  Promoted to Major and Lt. Colonel. Snow Campaign
Dickson, Tillman Lower Ninety-Six District Regiment 1781 A Captain in 1781 under Col. William Henderson. Guilford Court House (NC)
Dillard, James Little River District Regiment 1780 1781 Earlier, a Corporal and a Sergeant Major.  1780, a Captain under Col. James Williams.  Promoted to Major in 1781.  Later under BG Andrew Pickens as Colonel of Little River District Regiment after the death of Col. Joseph Hayes. Green Spring, Kings Mountain, Williams's Plantation, Cowpens, Bush River #2
Dobbs, Joseph A Captain in Marion's Brigade, regiment and dates unknown.
Doggatt, "Unknown" 1779 A Captain in Militia.  Wounded at Stono Ferry 6/20/1779 and died next day. Stono Ferry.
Doggett, Richard SC 6th Regiment 1776 A Captain under Lt. Col. William Henderson.  Dates unknown. aka Richard Doggatt. Fort Moultrie, Florida Expedition 1778, Stono Ferry, Siege of Savannah
Doggett, William SC 6th Regiment 1778 A Captain under Lt. Col. William Henderson.  Stono Ferry
Dogharty, "Unknown" Berkeley County Regiment 1779 Promoted to Major 6/12/1779.
Doharty, James Beaufort District Regiment 1779 1782 Commander of Fort Lyttleton March-June 1779.  Eluded British in 1780.  Joined Col. William Harden (Upper Granville County Regiment) in 1781.  Killed by Loyalist Richard Pendarvis, a neighbor on Bear Island in early 1782.
Doherty, James 1776 A Captain in the Militia.  Killed near Beaufort August 1776. 
Dollison, "Unknown" A Captain under Col. Winn or Col. LeRoy Hammond.  Dates unknown.
Dollmer, Jacob 2nd Spartan Regiment A Captain under Lt. Col. John Lindsay.  Dates unknown.
Donaldson, John SC 3rd Regiment 1776 1780 Under Col. William Thomson.  Promoted from Lieutenant 5/16/1776. Breach Inlet Naval Battle, Florida Expedition 1776, Stono Ferry, Siege of Savannah, Savannah, Siege of Charleston 1780
Donnom, William SC 4th Regiment 1778 1779 Promoted from Lieutenant 1778, killed at Savannah 10/9/1779. Siege of Savannah.
Dottey, Jeremiah 1st Spartan Regiment A Captain under Col. John Thomas and Col. Benjamin Roebuck (Roebuck's Battalion of Spartan Regiment), dates unknown.
Doughty, James Ninety-Six District Regiment A Captain.  Nothing more known.
Downs, Jonathan Little River District Regiment 1775 1776 A Captain and a Major. Lyndley's Fort.
D'Oyley, Daniel SC 1st Regiment 1780 Captain in SC 1st Regiment, dates unknown.  Later in Militia as Lieutenant.  POW 5/1/1780, exchanged 6/14/1781.
Dozier, John Cheraws District Regiment 1775 Captain of St. David's Parish Volunteers 9/25/1775.  Captain of the Britton's Neck Company during 1780 (Georgetown District Regiment).
Drakeford, "Unknown" Camden District Regiment 1775 1776 A Captain under Col. Richard Richardson in 1775, under Col. Joseph Kershaw (Fairfield Regiment) in 1776. Great Cane Brake
Drayton, Charles Charles Town District Regiment 1775 - 11/14/1775 transferred to SC 4th Regiment. Fort Moultrie, Savannah,
Drayton, Glenn SC 1st Regiment 1779 1779 A Captain at the Siege of Savannah. Resigned soon thereafter.  Previously, a Lieutenant. Siege of Savannah.
Dreher, Godfrey Jr. Orangeburgh District Regiment 1779 1782 1779-1781, a Captain under Lt. Col./Col. Charles Heatley.  1781-1782, a Captain under Lt. Col. Henry Hampton (Hampton's Regiment of Light Dragoons). Dreher's Plantation.
Drennan, John Camden District Regiment 1780 1780 Promoted from Lieutenant - under Maj. Robert Crawford.
Drummond, John New Acquisition District Regiment 1775 A Captain under Col. Thomas Neel.   Cherokee Expedition 1776
DuBois, David SC Light Dragoons 1779 1779 A Captain in Dragoons.  Killed at Savannah 10/9/1779 Siege of Savannah.
DuBose, Abraham Cheraws District Regiment 1780 1781 A Captain in Marion's Brigade 1780-1781.
DuBose, Andrew Jr. Cheraws District Regiment 1781 1782 From Williamsburg District.  A Private and a Captain under Col. Lemuel Benton 1780-1782.  At some time, a Captain under Lt. Col. Alexander Swinton (Georgetown District Regiment).
DuBose, Daniel Lower Craven County Regiment 1777 From Cheraws District.  A Captain under Col. Hugh Giles.
DuBose, Elias Cheraws District Regiment 1775 1782 Captain of St. David's Parish Volunteer Company in 1775.  A Captain under Col. Lemuel Benton in the Cheraws District Regiment 1781-1782.
DuBose, Isaac SC Light Dragoons 1779 1782 From Chesterfield District. Earlier a Lieutenant.  A Captain under Maj. Hezekiah Maham and Col. Daniel Horry 1779-1780 until the Fall of Charleston. After the Fall of Charleston he served as a Lieutenant and a Captain under Lt. Col. Peter Horry (Horry's Light Dragoons) and under Maj. Hezekiah Maham (Maham's Light Dragoons). 1782, he was a Lieutenant under Col. Hezekiah Maham (SC 4th Regiment of Light Dragoons). After the war, moved to Kershaw District then to Georgia.
DuBose, Peter Cheraws District Regiment 1780 1781 St. David's Parish Volunteer Company, first served under Capt. Elias DuBose.  Private, Ensign, Lieutenant, and Captain. Wadboo Bridge #1, Tearcoat Swamp, Fort Watson #2.
Duff, Daniel 2nd Spartan Regiment 1779 1780 POW at Fall of Charleston.  A Captain in same regiment after being exchanged. Siege of Savannnah (GA), Siege of Charleston 1780.
Duff, James New Acquisition District Regiment 1775 1775, a Captain under Col. Thomas Neel.  Marched to Ninety-Six, not in time.  1776, a Captain in SC 6th Regiment.  After the Fall of Charleston, a Captain under Col. Thomas Brandon (2nd Spartan Regiment). Snow Campaign, Fort Moultrie (at Haddrell's Point), Seneca Town, Cherokee Towns, Tamassee, Coweecho River (NC), Florida Expedition 1778
Duggin, Thomas Little River District Regiment 1775 1781 From Newberry District.  A Captain and a Major under Col. James Williams.  Aka Thomas Dugan.  Aka Thomas Doogan. Florida Expedition 1778, Kings Mountain, Blackstocks, Cowpens, Haw River (NC)
Dukes, William Berkeley County Regiment 1780 1782 From Williamsburg District.  A Captain under Col. Richard Richardson, Jr. Great Savannah, Tearcoat Swamp, Georgetown #6, Fort Watson #2, Fort Motte, St. James Goose Creek Church, Eutaw Springs
Dunbar, Thomas SC 2nd Regiment 1777 1780 Promoted from Lieutenant to Captain on 11/9/1777 in the Grenadier Company, POW at the Fall of Charleston, exchanged June 1781. Served until the end of the war, unit unknown. Charleston Neck 1779, Siege of Savannah w/62 men, Siege of Charleston 1780.
Dunham, "Unknown" SC 4th Regiment Nothing more known.
Dunlap, George Fairfield Regiment A Captain under Col. Joseph Kershaw.  Dates unknown.  After the Fall of Charleston, served under Maj. Thomas Thompson, Lt. Col. Frederick Kimball (Kershaw Regiment), dates unknown. Known a Captain from 4/21/1780 to 5/20/1780 (pay stub). Rocky Mount, Hanging Rock, Camden, Rugeley's Mill #1, Fishing Creek, Blackstocks, Eutaw Springs
Dunlap, Samuel Fairfield Regiment 1779 1781 Capt. of Horse 1779-1781. 
Dunn, Alexander Georgetown District Regiment A Lieutenant and a Captain in the Little River Company.  Dates unknown.  1780, served under Col. Archibald McDonald (Kingstree Regiment).
Dupay, James Captain of Militia.  At Battle of Guilford Court House.  aka James Dupuy. Guilford Court House (NC).
Dupont, Charles Lower Granville County Regiment 1780 1781 Private, Captain, and Major of Militia.
Dupont, Gideon Charles Town District Regiment 1780 1782 German Fusiliers Company.  After the Fall of Charleston, a Captain.
Durham, Charnal Fairfield Regiment A Captain under Col. Richard Winn.  Dates unknown. Orangeburgh #1, Four Holes Bridge.
Duvall, Lewis Little River District Regiment 1780 1782 A Captain before and after the Fall of Charleston.  Also served under Col. Thomas Brandon (2nd Spartan Regiment).  Cowpens, Siege of Ninety-Six 1781
Dwight, Samuel Georgetown District Regiment 1776 A Captain during 1776. 
Earle, John SC 3rd Regiment 1778 1780 Later, a Captain in the Turkey Creek Regiment until the end of the war.
Earle, Samuel Upper Ninety-Six District Regiment 1780 1781 Under Capt. John Bowie, promoted to 2nd Lieutenant, then 1st Lt. in October 1779, in 1780 a Captain under Col. Andrew Pickens, November 1781 a brigade Major. Siege of Augusta, Blackstocks, Bush River #2, Siege of Ninety-Six 1781.
Easterling, Henry Cheraws District Regiment A Captain, dates unknown.
Eckbert, John Colleton County Regiment 1779 Commanded a detachment.  Assumed to be a Captain.
Edwards, John Cheraws District Regiment 1781 1782 10/17/1781, Marion's Aide-de-Camp.
Elder, James 1st Spartan Regiment 1780 1782 A Captain under Col. John Thomas, Jr., then Col. Benjamin Roebuck (Roebuck's Battalion of Spartan Regiment).  Enoree River
Elder, William Roebuck's Battalion of Spartan Regiment 1781 1782 Private (1780-1781) and Captain (1781-1782) under Col. Benjamin Roebuck.
Elholme, Augustus Christian George SC 4th Regiment of State Dragoons 1782 1783 POW at the Fall of Charleston.  Exchanged 6/14/1781.  Cornet then Lieutenant under Capt. Richard Gough, Lt. Col. Peter Horry. Promoted to Captain Feb. 1782 under Lt. Col. Peter Horry.
Ellerbee, Thomas Upper Craven County Regiment 1777 1782 From Chesterfield District.  Under Lt. Col. Abel Kolb.  Later under Col. Lemuel Benton (Cheraws District Regiment).  At some time, served under Lt. Col. Maurice Murphy, Col. George Hicks (Upper Craven County Regiment). Siege of Charleston, Quinby's Bridge, Shubrick's Plantation
Elliott, Barnard SC 4th Regiment 1775 1775 Promoted to Major 11/14/1775, Promoted to Lt. Col. 9/16/1776.
Elliott, Barnard SC 4th Regiment 1778 1780 Capt.-Lt.  POW at the Fall of Charleston. Siege of Charleston 1780.
Elliott, Bernard SC 2nd Regiment 1775 1779, a Captain in Charles Town District Regiment - the Mounted Independent Company. Fort Johnson, Siege of Savannah.
Elliott, Benjamin 1775 1775 Captain in Militia during 1775.  Later served in SC 6th Regiment and SC 1st Regiment as Private.  POW at the Fall of Charleston.
Elliott, Joseph SC 1st Regiment 1778 1780 2nd Lieutenant, then 1st Lieutenant, then Captain 3/8/1778.  Wounded/POW at the Fall of Charleston w/23 men. Siege of Savannah, Siege of Charleston 1780.
Elliott, Samuel Georgetown District Regiment 1780 1782
Elliott, Thomas SC 1st Regiment 1777 1782 Promoted from Lieutenant in 1777. 1780, a Captain. January 1781, selected as Marion's Aide-de-Camp and in charge of all of Brigadier General Francis Marion's correspondence till the end of the war.
Ellison, Robert Independent Company of Rangers 1775 1780 From Fairfield District.  Joined SC 3rd Regiment Nov. 1775 as Captain.  POW at Augusta Sep. 1780, held till end of the war. Snow Campaign, Florida Expedition 1778.
Ellison, Robert Upper Craven County Regiment 1782 1782 Promoted from Private to Lt. 8/20/1781, promoted to Captain in 1782.  Marion's Brigade. Bowling Green.
Ervin, Henry SC 3rd Regiment   A Captain under Col. William Thomson.  Dates unknown.
Ervin, John Georgetown District Regiment 1779 1780 Lieutenant, Captain, Major, and Colonel in the Britton's Neck Regiment.
Erwin, John Ninety-Six District Regiment 1775 1783 A Captain under Maj. Andrew Williamson at Ninety-Six with 26 men.  1778-1783, a Captain in the Upper Ninety-Six District Regiment. Ninety-Six 1775, Cherokee Expedition 1776
Evans, "Unknown" Fairfield Regiment A Captain under Col. Joseph Kershaw, dates unknown.
Evans, Charles Jr. Cheraws District Regiment 1775 1776 A Captain 10/2/1775 under Col. George Gabriel Powell.  1782, a Private for 36 days in Marion's Brgade, unit not known.
Evans, David Cheraws District Regiment Dates unknown.
Evans, Josiah Kershaw Regiment 1782 1782 A Captain under Col. James Postell during 1782.
Evans, Thomas Cheraws District Regiment 1781 Known to be a Captain during 1781.
Eveleigh, Nicholas SC 2nd Regiment 1775 1777 Promoted to Colonel and Deputy Adjutant General for SC & GA on 8/11/1777. Fort Moultrie.
Ewing, Samuel Little River District Regiment 1780 1781 A Captain after the Fall of Charleston. Cowpens
Fagin, John Camden District Regiment 1779 1779 A Captain under Col. Joseph Kershaw during 1779.
Farbus, Arthur Turkey Creek Regiment A Captain under Col. Edward Lacey.  Dates unknown.
Faris, Robert Spartan Regiment 1775 A Captain under Col. John Thomas early.  A Captain under Col. Thomas Brandon (2nd Spartan Regiment) before and after the Fall of Charleston, dates unknown. Great Cane Brake, Cowpens
Farr, James Kershaw Regiment 1782 1782 Captain on 1/10/1782 under Lt. Col. Frederick Kimball, Col. James Postell.  He was from Anson County, NC.
Farr, William Spartan Regiment 1776 1778 Under Col. John Thomas (1777 - 1st Spartan Regiment), later an Adjutant, Major, and Lt. Colonel under Col. Andrew Pickens, Col. Robert Anderson, Col. Thomas Brandon, and BG Thomas Sumter.
Farrar, Field SC 5th Regiment 1778 1780 Was a Lieutenant in SC 3rd Regiment.  12/18/1778, a Captain in the SC 5th Regiment. Wounded at the Siege of Savannah. POW at Fall of Charleston, paroled, on 1/1/1781 retired. Siege of Savannah w/47 men, Siege of Charleston 1780 w/15 men.
Farrow, Samuel Little River District Regiment 1779 1783 A Captain under Col. James Williams, wounded at Musgrove's Mill.  After the Fall of Charleston, under Col. Benjamin Roebuck (Roebuck's Batallion of Spartan Regiment).  Captured 1783 (?) Musgrove's Mill.
Farrow, Thomas SC 3rd Regiment 1780 1783 First in NC unit.  Nov. 1778 made a Lt, under Col. John Thomas, Sr.  Allegedly a Captain in SC 3rd Regiment when taken POW at the Fall of Charleston, paroled after three months.  Then a Captain under Col. John Thomas Jr. (1st Spartan Regiment), Lt. Col. Henry White, Lt. Col. Levi Casey (Little River District Regiment), Col. Thomas Brandon (2nd Spartan Regiment), and Col. Benjamin Roebuck (Roebuck's Battalion of Spartan Regiment). Siege of Charleston 1780, Cowpens, Musgrove's Mill, Farrow's Station, Siege of Ninety-Six 1781, Edisto River.
Fayssoux, "Unknown" Charles Town District Regiment 1776 Captain of the Charles Town Musketeers.
Feemster, John Fairfield Regiment 1779 1780 A Captain under Lt. Col. Brown and Col. John Winn.  aka John Feemester.  Charleston Neck
Feemster, Joseph Fairfield Regiment 1776 1779 A Captain under Col. John Winn during March 1779.  aka Joseph Feenister. Florida Expedition, Charleston Neck
Feir, "Unknown" Colleton County Regiment 1779 A Captain.
Felder, John Henry Orangeburgh District Regiment From Orangeburgh District.  Captain of an Independent Company.  Dates unknown.
Felder, Samuel Orangeburgh District Regiment 1781 1782 Lieutenant 1780-1781, then a Captain.  Later, a Captain in the Upper Craven County Regiment, dates unknown.
Feneret, Jacob Craven County Regiment 1775 Later in the Lower Craven County Regiment. Fort Moultrie
Ferguson, David Colleton County Regiment 1775 Captain of Lower Saltcatcher Company under Col. Joseph Glover. After the Fall of Charleston, a Captain under Lt. Col./Col. Philemon Waters (1st Spartan Regiment).
Ferguson, William Beaufort District Regiment 1779 1779 Under Lt. Col. William Harden Charleston Neck 1779
Fickling, Joseph Colleton County Regiment 1775 Captain of the Edisto Island Company early 1775 under Gol. Joseph Glover, reenlisted as 2nd Lieutenant in Oct. 1775.  A Captain again by 1778. Edisto Inlet
Fields, James SC 4th Regiment 1780 1780 Capt.-Lt.  POW at the Fall of Charleston.  Also served as a Lieutenant. Siege of Charleston 1780.
Fields, John Cato Cheraws District Regiment A Lieutenant at Bemeis Point.  Later a Captain in Cheraws District Regiment.  Dates unknown.
Files, John Sr. 1st Spartan Regiment 1781 Under Col. John Thomas, Jr., wounded at Cowpens.  Murdered in May 1781 by Loyalists. Cowpens
Findley, John Lower Ninety-Six District Regiment A Captain before and after the Fall of Charleston.  Dates unknown.
Finn, John 1781 Capt.-Lt. of Artillery, killed at Battle of Eutaw Springs 9/8/1781. Eutaw Springs.
Finnel, Ambrose Roebuck's Battalion of Spartan Regiment A Captain under Col. Benjamin Roebuck after the Fall of Charleston.  Dates unknown.
Fishburne, William Kingstree Regiment 1780 1782 Lt. in 1778 in SC 1st Regiment, promoted to Captain 1780 under Lt. Col. Peter Horry (Horry's Light Dragoons, SC 4th Regiment of State Dragoons).
Fitts, John Upper Granville County Regiment 1780 1783 A Captain under Col. William Harden. Salkehatchie Bridge, Siege of Augusta (GA).
Fitzgerald, John 1776 1776 A Captain in the Militia during 1776.  Nothing more known.
Fitzpatrick, Jacob A Captain in Sumter's Brigade, regiment and dates unknown. 
Fitzpatrick, Thomas New Acquisition District Regiment 1775
Fitzpatrick, William SC 3rd Regiment 1779 1779 Was a Lieutenant who resigned in 1779. Rejoined in 1779 as a Captain. Wounded at the Siege of Savannah. Siege of Savannah.
Fleming, Bailey Camden District Regiment 1780 At one time an Ensign, a Lieutenant, promoted to Captain in 1780.
Fletchall, Thomas Continental Army A Captain under Lt. Col. John Laurens.  Dates unknown. Coosawhatchie.
Flood, William A Captain.  From Orangeburgh District.  Nothing more known.
Floyd, Charles 1775 1777 From Beaufort District.  A Captain in Militia 1775-1777.  Nothing more known.
Fogarty, Stephen 1778 A Captain under Lt. Col. Screven during 1778.  Probably GA unit.
Foley, Mason 1st Spartan Regiment 1780 1780 A Captain under Col. John Thomas Jr.
Folmer, Jacob Lower District Regiment 1780 1782 A Captain under Lt. Col. John Lindsay, then Lt. Col./Col. Philemon Waters (1st Spartan Regiment).  Mar, 1782, back under Lt. Col. John Lindsay in Lower District Regiment. Musgrove's Mill
Folmer, John Lower District Regiment 1776 A Captain under Col. Jonas Beard in 1776. Cherokee Expedition 1776.
Ford, George Colleton County Regiment 1775 1776 Captain of Upper Saltcatchers Company.  Promoted to Major in 1776.  Later a Major in Marion's Brigade
Ford, James Cheraws District Regiment 1775 1781 A Captain of the St. David's Parish Volunteers 9/26/1775 under Col. George Gabriel Powell.  Also a Captain in Marion's Brigade later.
Ford, John 1st Spartan Regiment 1779 1781 Lieutenant and Captain under Col. John Thomas, Jr.  Also, a Captain under Col. William Bratton (New Acquisition District Regiment).  A Major under Col. Benjamin Roebuck 1781-1782. Siege of Charleston 1780
Foreman, William Upper Ninety-Six District Regiment 1779 A Captain under Col. Andrew Pickens.  Probably William Freeman. Carr's Fort (GA)
Fort, Moses Ninety-Six District Regiment 1777 A Captain during 1777 under Col. Andrew Williamson.  
Foster, Daniel Hampton's Regiment of Light Dragoons 1780 1782 A Captain and Commissary 1780-1782 under Lt. Col. Henry Hampton.
Foster, Henry Ninety-Six District Regiment 1776 1779 A Captain under Lt. Col. LeRoy Hammond.  1778, this would be Lower Ninety-Six District Regiment. Stono Ferry
Foster, John New Acquisition District Regiment 1779 1782 1779-1781, a Captain under Col. Thomas Neel, Col. Samuel Watson, Col. William Bratton.  1781-1782, a Captain under Lt. Col. Henry Hampton (Hampton's Regiment of Light Dragoons), BG Thomas Sumter. Also a Captain in NC from 1779 to 1782 - bounced back and forth from NC to SC. Lived in Mecklenburg County, NC during the war. Hanging Rock, Hobkirk's Hill, Eutaw Springs (possibly all of them as NC Captain)
Foster, Robert Upper Ninety-Six District Regiment A Captain under Col./BG Andrew Pickens.  Dates unknown.
Foster, Simfield Upper Ninety-Six District Regiment A Captain under Col./BG Andrew Pickens.  Dates unknown.
Fowler, Joseph Upper Ninety-Six District Regiment A Captain under Col. Andrew Pickens.  Dates unknown.
Foxworth, Samuel Georgetown District Regiment 1782 1782 A Corporal and a Sergeant under Capt. George Liddell.  Also a Captain in Militia in 1782.
Fraser, Thomas Upper Craven County Regiment A Captain under Lt. Col. John Baxter, dates unknown.
Fraser, William Charles Town District Regiment 1779 1780 A Captain under Col. Maurice Simons.  At the Fall of Charleston. Charleston Neck 1779, Siege of Charleston 1780.
Frazer, Jacob Camden District Regiment 1779 1781 1778, a Lieutenant.  1779-1781, a Captain under Col. Thomas Taylor.  aka Jacob Fraser. McCord's Ferry, Four Holes Bridge, St. James Goose Creek Church
Freeman, Joseph Fairfield Regiment A Captain under Col. Richard Winn.  Nothing more known.
Freeman, William Upper Ninety-Six District Regiment 1778 1781 A Captain in Militia during 1780.  
Freer, Charles 1775 1776 A Captain in Militia 1775-1776.  Nothing more known.
Fridign, Gabriel A. SC 3rd Regiment 1782 A Captain in the SC 3rd Regiment, dates unknown.  1780-1782, a Captain in the Orangeburgh District Regiment.
Frierson, John Georgetown District Regiment 1781 1782 From Williamsburg District.  A Captain in Marion's Brigade 1782. 
Frierson, Philip Georgetown District Regiment 1782 1782 From Wiliiamsburg District.  A Captain in Marion's Brigade 1782.  
Frierson, William Georgetown District Regiment From Williamsburg District.  A Captain in Marion's Brigade, dates unknown.
Frost, James Turkey Creek Regiment 1782 A Captain under Col. Edward Lacey in 1782.
Frost, Robert Fairfield Regiment 1777 1782 1777, a Captain under Col. John Winn.  1780, a Captain under Col. Edward Lacey (Turkey Creek Regiment).  1781-1782, a Captain under Col. Richard Winn, Lt. Col. David Hopkins. Probably also served in Kershaw Regiment during 1782. Hanging Rock, Camden, Fishing Creek, Blackstocks, Fish Dam Ford, Bush River #1, Orangeburgh #1, Eutaw Springs.
Fuller, John 1775 1775 A Captain in Militia during 1775.  Nothing more known.  May be John Fullerton below.
Fuller, Jones Cheraws District Regiment 1780 A Captain under Lt. Col. Lemuel Benton during 1780.
Fullerton, John Indian Field Company 1775 1775 Captain of Indian Field Company (independent) during 1775.
Fullwood, William Little River District Regiment 1775 1781 A Captain in Militia during October 1775.  Later, promoted to Major. Snow Campaign
Fullington, "Unknown" Little River District Regiment A Captain under Col. James Williams, dates unknown.
Fulmer, Isaac 1st Spartan Regiment 1781 1782 A Captain under Lt. Col./Col. Philemon Waters.
Fulmere, Jacob SC 2nd Regiment 1775 At Fort Moultrie in June 1776. Fort Moultrie.
Fults, John Nothing more known.
Furman, Josiah Fairfield Regiment 1779 1782 A Captain in Militia during 1779 and 1782.  Lived in Camden District. Possibly a Captain in 1775, as well. 
Futhey, John Kingstree Regiment 1781 1782 Was a Lieutenant. Killed in a skirmish at Avant's Ferry on Black River. Avant's Ferry.
Gadsden, Thomas SC 1st Regiment 1778 1780 Promoted from Lieutenant 10/6/1778. Killed at the Siege of Charleston on 4/24/1780. Siege of Savannah, Siege of Charleston 1780.
Gadsden, William 2nd Spartan Regiment 1778 A Captain under Col. Thomas Brandon.
Gaillard, John Berkeley County Regiment 1780 A Captain in Militia.  POW at Fall of Charleston.  Siege of Charleston 1780.
Gaillard, Theodore Berkeley County Regiment 1780 A Captain in Militia.  POW at Fall of Charleston.  On a prison ship. Siege of Charleston 1780.
Gale, Nathaniel Camden District Regiment A Captain of Cavalry.  Dates unknown
Gally, James 1779 1783 A Private and Captain in Militia 1779-1783.  Nothing more known
Galvan, William SC 1st Regiment 1779 1780 Was a Lieutenant who had resigned. Rejoined as a Captain in 1779. Promoted to Major in 1780. Inspector of Continental Army 1780-1782. Aide-de-Camp to Gen. George Washington Nov. 1783.
Gamble, John Berkeley County Regiment 1780 1781 Was a Lieutenant. A Captain from 1780-1781. Promoted to Major in 1781. Wiboo Swamp
Garrison, Benjamin New Acquisition District Regiment 1780 1782 A Captain under Col. Thomas Neel.  Later, under Col. William Bratton and Col. William Hill (Hill's Regiment of Light Dragoons).
Garvin, John Granville County Regiment 1777 1782 1777, a Captain under Col. Benjamin Garden.  1779, Captain of the Coosawhatchie Company under Lt. Col. William Harden (Beaufort District Regiment).  1780, under Col. William Harden (Upper Granville County Regiment). Charleston Neck 1779
Gaskins, John Ninety-Six District Regiment 1775 1777 A Captain.  Later a Lieutenant in SC 3rd Regiment. Cherokee Expedition 1776
Gasque, Robert Upper Craven County Regiment 1781 1782 Served under Capt. Joseph Hudson, Col. Jacob Baxter.  1780, a Lieutenant.  1781, a Captain.
Gaston, Alexander 2nd Spartan Regiment 1779 A Captain in 1779.
Gaston, William New Acquisition District Regiment 1775 Later, a Captain under Col. LeRoy Hammond (Lower Ninety-Six District Regiment), dates unknown.  Then, a Captain under Lt. Col. Henry Hampton (Hampton's Regiment of Light Dragoons), dates unknown. Great Cane Brake, Cherokee Expedition 1776, St. Augustine 1776
Gee, Charles Kershaw Regiment 1780 1782 From Cheraws District. Under Col. James Postell, wounded at Eutaw Springs.  Eutaw Springs.
Geiger, H. 1776 A Captain.  Nothing more known.
George, Thomas Camden District Regiment A Captain under Col. Joseph Kershaw.  Dates unknown.
Gervais, Thomas SC 2nd Regiment 1777 1778 Resigned 3/15/1778.
Gibbes, William Hasell Charles Town District Regiment 1780 Capt.-Lt. of Artillery - 6th Company.  POW at the Fall of Charleston.  Exchanged.  Joined Marion's Brigade, unit and dates unknown. Charleston Neck 1779, Siege of Savannah, Siege of Charleston 1780.
Gilbank, John SC 4th Regiment 1779 1780 Promoted to Captain in SC 4th Regiment, then transferred to Militia and made Major.  Killed at Siege of Charleston. 
Giles, James SC 1st Regiment of State Dragoons 1780 1782 A Captain under Col. Wade Hampton during 1781.  1780, 1781-1782, a Captain under Col. William Hill (Hill's Regiment of Light Dragoons).  Wounded at Eutaw Springs. Hanging Rock, Fishing Creek, Kings Mountain, Fort Granby #1, Friday's Ferry, Orangeburgh #1, 15-Mile House, 10-Mile House, Goose Creek Bridge, Quarter House, Strawberry Ferry, Quinby's Bridge, Shubrick's Plantation, Eutaw Springs.
Giles, King 1st Spartan Regiment 1780 A Captain and a Lt. Colonel in Militia.
Giles, Thomas SC Light Dragoons 1779 1782 A Captain under Col. Daniel Horry.  Later, a Captain under Lt. Col. Hezekiah Maham in the SC 3rd Regiment of State Dragoons. Wounded at Siege of Savannah. At Eutaw Springs. Charleston Neck 1779, Stono Ferry, Siege of Savannah, Eutaw Springs.
Gilky, Jonathan 2nd Spartan Regiment A Captain under Col. Thomas Brandon.  Dates unknown.
Gill, James Fairfield Regiment 1781 1781, promoted to Captain under Maj. John Adair, Col. Richard Winn.
Gill, Thomas Hill's Regiment of Light Dragoons 1780 1783 A Captain under Col. William Hill, dates unknown.  A Captain mid-1781 under Col. Edward Lacey (Turkey Creek Regiment). Fort Granby #1, Orangeburgh #1, Quinby's Bridge, Shubrick's Plantation, Fort Watson #1
Gillam, Robert Jr. Little River District Regiment 1776 1781 From Ninety-Six District.  Private, Sergeant, and Captain under Maj. Robert Gillam (father), Col. Andrew Williamson, Col. Andrew Pickens.  Also served as a Captain under Col. James Williams (Little River District Regiment), dates unknown. Cherokee Expedition 1776, Stono Ferry, Musgrove's Mill, Blackstocks, Cowpens, Hammond's Store, Guilford Court House (NC).
Gillespie, James Cheraws District Regiment A Captain under Col. Abel Kolb, dates unknown. Drowning Creek.
Gilliam, Jacob Hampton's Regiment of Light Dragoons 1781 A Captain under Lt. Col. Henry Hampton during 1781.
Gillion, Alexander Charles Town District Regiment 1775 1777 First commander of the German Fusiliers.  Resigned in late 1777 to become commander of State's vessels.  Aka Alexander Gillon Charleston Neck 1779, Siege of Savannah
Givens, William New Acquisition District Regiment A Captain under Col. Thomas Neel, Col. Samuel Watson.  Dates unknown.
Glaze, Thomas Kershaw Regiment 1780 1780 1780, Captain under Col. James Postell. Rocky Mount, Hanging Rock, Camden, Rugeley's Mill #1.
Gleason, William Kershaw Regiment A Captain under Col. James Postell.  Dates unknown.
Glover, Darling Hill's Regiment of Light Dragoons A Captain in Sumter's Brigade, dates unknown.  Killed while foraging for cattle.
Glenn, Duke New Acquisition District Regiment 1780 A Captain under Lt. Col. Andrew Love during 1780.
Glynn, David 1st Spartan Regiment 1779 1779 Private, Captain, Adjutant, and Commissary under Col. John Thomas, Jr., and then Lt. Colonel and Colonel of Lower District Regiment.
Godboldt, James Lower Craven County Regiment 1776 A Lieutenant under Capt. Peter Buckholdt.  Later, a Captain, dates unknown.
Godfrey, Richard Cheraws District Regiment 1779 1781 Was a Lieutenant in the SC Continental Line. Forage Master and Captain 1779-1781.  
Godwin, Hugh 1780 A Captain in Militia.  POW at Fall of Charleston.  Nothing more known. Siege of Charleston 1780.
Goin, John Upper Ninety-Six District Regiment 1781 1781 Captain under BG Andrew Pickens in 1781.  
Goodman, "Unknown" Upper Craven County Regiment A Captain under Col. Jacob Baxter, dates unknown.
Goodman, Joseph Little River District Regiment A Captain under Col. Joseph Hayes, dates unknown.
Goodwin, Robert SC 2nd Regiment 1775 1778 One source asserts he was a Captain in the SC 3rd Regiment. Promoted to Lt. Colonel 2/7/1778 under Brig. Gen. Andrew Williamson. Wounded at Fall of Charleston. aka Robert Goodwyn. From what became the Richland District. 
Goodwin, Uriah SC 3rd Regiment 1777 1781 From Richland District. Promoted to Lieutenant May 1776, promoted to Captain 10/1/1777 when Eli Kershaw resigned. Wounded at the battle of Stono Ferry. POW at Fall of Charleston, exchanged Nov. 1780. Killed at Eutaw Springs 9/8/1781- unit unknown. Savannah, Stono Ferry, Siege of Savannah w/52 men, Siege of Charleston 1780 w/19 men, Eutaw Springs.
Goodwyn, John SC 3rd Regiment Lieutenant and Captain.  Dates unknown.
Goodwyn, Robert SC 3rd Regiment 1775 From Richland District.  Wounded at Stono Ferry. Sullivan's Island, Great Cane Brake, Breach Inlet Naval Battle, Stono Ferry.
Goodwyn, William SC 3rd Regiment 1780 1782 From Richland District.  1776, served under Capt. Robert Goodwyn (his father).  1779, a Lieutenant.  Promoted to Captain.  After the Fall of Charleston, a Captain under Col. Thomas Taylor (Camden District Regiment) from 1780 to 1782.  aka William Goodwin. Siege of Charleston 1780, Kings Mountain, Eutaw Springs, Saltketchers.
Gordon, Gavin 2nd Spartan Regiment 1780 1781 A Lieutenant and a Captain under Col. Thomas Brandon. Ramseur's Mill (NC), Fish Dam Ford, Blackstocks
Gordon, John Camden District Regiment 1775 1775, a Captain in Camden District Regiment.  1778, a Capt.-Lt. in SC 4th Regiment.
Gordon, Joseph Charles Town District Regiment 1779 1781 Captain of 2nd Company of Foreign Residents
Gordon, Moses Spartan Regiment 1775 1776 A Captain under Lt. Col. John Lisle, Sr. Snow Campaign
Gordon, Robert Camden District Regiment Dates unknown.  Also, a Captain in the Kershaw Regiment, dates unknown.
Gordon, Thomas Upper Craven County Regiment 1775 1780 A Captain under Lt. Col. John Baxter.
Gordon, William Lower Craven County Regiment 1781 1782 2/18/1781 to 1782, a Captain in the Britton's Neck Regiment in Marion's Brigade. Served under Col. Hugh Giles then Col. John Ervin. From what became the Williamsburg District.  Quinby's Bridge, Shubrick's Plantation, Eutaw Springs, Wiboo Swamp, Fort Motte
Gore, James Manning Fairfield Regiment 1781 1782 Promoted to Lieutenant 3/26/1781, promoted to Captain 4/24/1781 under Col. Richard Winn
Gorget, John Francis SC 4th Regiment 1778 1781 Promoted to Capt.-Lt. 5/30/1778.  POW at the Fall of Charleston.  Killed in March 1781. Siege of Charleston 1780.
Gortman, Bartholomew 1st Spartan Regiment 1781 1782 A Captain under Lt. Col./Col. Philemon Waters (New Acquisition District Regiment). 
Gough, Richard SC Light Dragoons 1779 1782 First a Captain under Col. Daniel Horry. Also a Captain under Lt.Col. Peter Horry in Horry's Light Dragoons and the SC 4th Regiment of State Dragoons. Eutaw Springs
Goulden, Richard Upper Ninety-Six District Regiment A Captain under Lt. Col. Yarborough (?).  Dates unknown.
Gowen, John "Buck" Spartan Regiment 1775 1781 A Captain under Col. John Thomas, Sr., then Col. Benjamin Roebuck (Roebuck's Battalion of Spartan Regiment) before and after the Fall of Charleston.  Promoted to Major 1781. Cherokee Expedition 1776,
Gowen, William Fairfield Regiment 1781 1782 A Captain in Militia during 1782.  
Graham, James Charles Town District Regiment 1775 From Goose Creek.
Graham, John Beaufort District Regiment 1775 1782 1775-1776, Captain of the Euhaws Volunteers. A Captain in the SC 2nd Regiment during 1776. 1781, a Captain under Col. James Postell (Kershaw Regiment). From what is now Williamsburg County. Fort Moultrie
Grant, James Spartan Regiment 1776 Also, a Captain under Col. Thomas Brandon (2nd Spartan Regiment).  Dates unknown. Cherokee Expedition 1776, Florida Expedition 1778
Grant, William 2nd Spartan Regiment 1779 A Lieutenant and a Captain under Col. Thomas Brandon. Kettle Creek (GA), Briar Creek (GA), Stono Ferry, Siege of Savannah (GA), Siege of Charleston 1780, Blackstocks, Sandy River, Cowpens, Siege of Ninety-Six 1781, Eutaw Springs.
Graves, John Camden District Regiment A Captain under Lt. Col. Robert Goodwin.  Dates unknown. Florida Expedition 1778, Kettle Creek (GA), Stono Ferry, Rocky Mount, Fishing Creek, Siege of Augusta (GA), Eutaw Springs
Graves, Joseph Lower Craven County Regiment A Lieutenant in the St. David's Parish Volunteers under Col. George Gabriel Powell.  Then, a Captain under Col. Hugh Giles, dates unknown.  Later in Marion's Brigade, rank, unit, and dates unknown. Siege of Charleston 1780
Graves, William Camden District Regiment A Captain under Lt. Col. Robert Goodwin.  Dates unknown. Florida Expedition 1778.
Gray, Andrew Fairfield Regiment 1781 1783 A Private, Lieutenant, and Captain in Militia 1780-1783.  One source asserts he was in the Orangeburgh District Regiment for a short while in 1781. Myddleton's Ambuscade.
Gray, Frederick Turkey Creek Regiment 1780 1782 A Captain under Lt. Col. James Lisle 1780-1781.  Also a Captain under Col. David Glynn (Lower District Regiment) 1781-1782.  POW at Fort Granby, retaken by Patriots.  1782, served under Col. Philemon Waters (New Acquisition District Regiment).
Gray, Henry SC 2nd Regiment 1778 1780 Was a Lieutenant. Promoted to Captain in 1778, wounded at Siege of Savannah. POW at Fall of Charleston. Later, a Captain in Marion's Brigade, unit not known. Siege of Savannah, Siege of Charleston 1780.
Gray, Jack Kershaw Regiment 1780 A Captain under Col. James Postell.  Dates unknown. Hanging Rock, Camden, Rugeley's Mill #1.
Gray, John Fairfield Regiment 1779 1782 From Fairfield District.  A Captain under Col. John Winn and Col. Richard Winn.   Also served under Col. Charles Myddleton (SC 2nd Regiment of State Dragoons). Friday's Ferry, Orangeburgh #1, Eutaw Springs
Gray, Peter SC 2nd Regiment 1778 1780 From Goose Creek. Promoted from Lieutenant 12/30/1778.  POW at the Fall of Charleston, exchanged June 1781.  Then, a Captain under Col. Richard Winn (Fairfield Regiment), dates unknown. Served till the end of the war. Siege of Savannah w/41 men, Siege of Charleston 1780.
Graybill, Henry Orangeburgh District Regiment A Lieutenant and a Captain under Maj. Charles Myddleton.  Dates unknown.
Greaves, Joseph Lower Craven County Regiment 1779 1780 Britton's Neck Regiment.  Under Col. Hugh Giles. Siege of Charleston 1780.
Green, Daniel Colleton County Regiment Dates unknown.
Green, John Orangeburgh District Regiment 1779 He, Joshua Inman, and Tarleton Brown organized a company they called "The Rangers."  1779, served under Col. James Williams (Little River District Regiment). Siege of Savannah (GA)
Green, Richard Upper Craven County Regiment 1782 1782 A Captain in Militia during 1782.  
Green, William 1781 1782 First in VA unit.  Joined Marion's Brigade in April of 1781 as Captain.
Greene, John Thomas SC 2nd Regiment 1782 A Captain and a Major in SC 2nd Regiment, dates unknown. 1781, a Captain under Lt. Col. Peter Horry (Horry's Light Dragoons). October 1781, a Captain and a Major under Lt. Col. Hezakiah Maham (SC 4th Regiment of State Dragoons).
Greenwood, William Charles Town District Regiment 1776 Captain of the True Blue Company during 1776. Fort Moultrie
Greer, James Little River District Regiment 1777 A Captain under Lt. Col. Robert McCreery during 1777.
Greer, Joseph Upper Ninety-Six District Regiment A Captain under Col. Robert Anderson.  Dates unknown.
Greer, Josiah Little River District Regiment 1778 1781 A Captain under Lt. Col. Robert McCreery, also under Col. Joseph Hayes.   Florida Expedition 1778, Musgrove's Mill, Fish Dam Ford, Blackstocks, Guilford Court House (NC), Siege of Ninety-Six 1781.
Gregg, James Lower Craven County Regiment 1776 1781 From Cheraws District. A Captain of the Prince Frederick's Parish Volunteer Company. After the Fall of Charleston, a Captain of the Britton's Neck Regiment under Col. Hugh Giles and Col. John Ervin, and Col. Jacob Baxter (Upper Craven County Regiment). 1781, moved to Sullivan County, NC and joined NC Militia as a Private for six months. Siege of Charleston 1780, Santee River 1781.
Grey, George Fairfield Regiment 1781 A Captain under Col. Richard Winn.
Grier, Isaac Little River District Regiment 1776 A Captain under Maj. Robert Gillam.
Grier, William 1783 1783 A Captain in Marion's Brigade during 1783.
Griffin, John Little River District Regiment 1780 1780 A Captain under Lt. Col. Robert McCreery during 1780.
Griffis, John 1781 1781 A Captain in Marion's Brigade during 1781.
Griffith, John Orangeburgh District Regiment 1780 1781 A Captain and a Lt. Colonel in Marion's Brigade.  Dates unknown.
Griffith, Joseph Cheraws District Regiment 1775 1776 From Cheraws District.  A Captain in Militia 1775-1776.  
Grimball, Thomas Charles Town District Regiment 1775 1780 Commander of Charles Town Battalion of Artillery - 6th Independent Company of Artillery.  Then a Capt.-Lt. in SC 4th Regiment in 1776 after the battle of Fort Moultrie.  Promoted to Captain in 1776, then promoted to Major in 1780.  POW at the Fall of Charleston, sent to St. Augustine.  Released Sept. 1781, then served to close of war. Fort Moultrie - at Gibbes' Wharf, Charleston Neck 1779
Grist, "Unknown" Nothing more known.
Guerry, Stephen SC 5th Regiment 1779 Resigned August 1779. Charleston Neck 1779
Guissentiver, Henry Orangeburgh District Regiment A Captain under Lt. Col./Col. Charles Heatley, dates unknown.
Guyton, Moses 2nd Spartan Regiment 1780 1783 Private, Lieutenant, and Captain under Col. Thomas Brandon.
Hadaway, Joel 1781 1781 Nothing more known.
Hagwood, Rayford Hampton's Regiment of Light Dragoons A Captain under Lt. Col. Henry Hampton, dates unknown.
Haild, James 2nd Spartan Regiment 1779 1780 A Captain under Col. Thomas Brandon.
Haile, Benjamin Kershaw Regiment 1779 1782 From Kershaw District.  A Lieutenant and a Captain under Lt. Col. John Marshall, Col. Thomas Taylor (Camden District Regiment), Col. William Bratton (New Acquisition District Regiment), Lt. Col. William Washington (Continental Army).  1779, a Captain under Col. Joseph Kershaw (Camden District Regiment). 1780-1782, a Captain under Col. James Postell. Rocky Mount, Hanging Rock, Eutaw Springs
Hailey, Joseph A Captain in Militia.  Nothing more known
Hails, John 2nd Spartan Regiment A Captain under Col. Thomas Brandon.  Was also a Horseman and a Quarter Master.
Hails, Robert Orangeburgh District Regiment A Captain in Militia.  Dates unknown.
Hale, Henry Fairfield Regiment 1781 A Captain under Lt. Col. David Hopkins, known in 1781.
Hall, George A. Charles Town District Regiment 1775 1780 Commander of the True Blue Company.  At Siege of Savannah.  POW at the Fall of Charleston. Siege of Savannah, Siege of Charleston 1780.
Hall, Thomas SC 2nd Regiment 1779 1780 Was a Lieutenant. Promoted to Captain on 2/16/1778 or 8/1/1779 (two sources); at Siege of Savannah. He resigned in January of 1780, but was a POW at the Fall of Charleston, sent to St. Augustine.  Later exchanged.  Aide-de-Camp to Gen. St. Clair to the end of the war. Charleston Neck 1779, Siege of Savannah w/41 men, Siege of Charleston 1780.
Hambleton, James Lower Ninety-Six District Regiment 1779 1779 A Captain in Militia during 1779.  
Hamilton, Andrew Sr. Camden District Regiment 1775 1779 A Captain under Col. Richard Richardson and Col. Andrew Pickens in the Upper Ninety-Six District Regiment.  Promoted to Major 1779. New Richmond, Ninety-Six 1775, Carr's Fort (GA)
Hamilton, Barton Continental Army A Captain under Lt. Col. William Washington.  Wounded at Battle of Camden. Camden.
Hamilton, James A Captain under Lt. Col. James Woods.
Hamilton, Joseph Ninety-Six District Regiment 1775 1776 A Captain of Artillery under Maj. Andrew Williamson. Ninety-Six 1775, Cherokee Expedition 1776
Hammond, Abner Sr. Lower Ninety-Six District Regiment 1780 1782 First in VA unit.  A Captain under Maj./Lt. Col./Col. Samuel Hammond (Apr. 1781, Hammond's Regiment of Light Dragoons).  A Lieutenant in 1782. Cowpens.
Hammond, Charles Lower Ninety-Six District Regiment A Captain under Col. LeRoy Hammond. Wounded at Siege of Savannah on 10/9/1779. Siege of Savannah.
Hammond, John Ninety-Six District Regiment 1775 A Captain under Maj. Andrew Williamson.  1779, known to be a Captain in the Lower Ninety-Six District Regiment under Col. LeRoy Hammond. Great Cane Brake, Snow Campaign, Cherokee Expedition 1776, Tugaloo River,  Briar Creek (GA), Stono Ferry, Siege of Savannah (GA), Siege of Augusta (GA), Fort Galphin.
Hammond, LeRoy Ninety-Six District Regiment 1775 1776 A Captain under Maj. Andrew Williamson.  Promoted to Lt. Colonel and Colonel. Cherokee Expedition 1776
Hammond, Samuel Lower Ninety-Six District Regiment 1779 1780 First in VA unit.  1779 moved to Edgefield District joined militia. Commissioned Captain 3/3/1779.   Promoted to Major in 1780 and Lt. Colonel in 1781 of SC State Troops.  Ended up as a full Colonel - date unknown. Spirit Creek, Ogeechee River (GA), Briar Creek (GA), Stono Ferry, Siege of Savannah.
Hampton, Edward Camden District Regiment 1780 1780 Was a Lieutenant.  Promoted to Captain 1780 under Col. Thomas Taylor in the Camden District Regiment.  Promoted to Lt. Colonel in 1780 under BG Thomas Sumter.  Killed at Fair Forest Creek by "Bloody Bill" Cunningham. From Rutherford County, NC, just across the State Line. 1780, also a Captain in NC Militia. Earle's Ford, Prince's Fort, Thicketty Fort.
Hampton, Henry SC 6th Regiment 1779 1780 Was a Lieutenant. Nov. 1778, a Captain. Later a Lt. Colonel in the Light Dragoons under BG Thomas Sumter and BG Francis Marion. One source asserts he was a Captain during 1777. Stono Ferry, Siege of Savannah
Hampton, John SC 6th Regiment 1776 1781 1779-1780, a Captain under Col. Daniel Horry (SC Light Dragoons).  Later a Captain and Major in Marion's Brigade. Cherokee Expedition 1776, Stono Ferry
Hampton, Richard Orangeburgh District Regiment 1780 1780 Captain and Lt. Colonel of Orangeburgh District Regiment. Blackstocks
Hampton, Wade SC 1st Regiment 1777 1780 Promoted to Captain 1777. Later in 1778, a Captain in SC 6th Regiment, and Paymaster. After the Fall of Charleston to March 1781, a Captain in Camden District under BG Thomas Sumter, March 1781 promoted to Colonel. Stono Ferry, Siege of Savannah, Manigault's Ferry #2
Hancock, Robert Fairfield Regiment 1776 From Fairfield District.  A Captain under Lt. Col. John Winn, Col. Richard Richardson.  Dates unknown.
Handlin, "Unknown" Georgetown District Regiment A Captain under Col. John Ervin.  Dates unknown. Fort Watson #2, Fort Motte
Hanna, John New Acquisition District Regiment 1781 1782 A Lieutenant and a Captain in Militia 1779-1782.  
Hanna, Robert New Acquisition District Regiment 1780 1782 A Lieutenant and a Captain under Maj. William Hanna and Col. William Bratton. Fish Dam Ford, Blackstocks, Friday's Ferry,Kings Mountain, 15-Mile House, 10-Mile House, Goose Creek Bridge, Strawberry Ferry, Quarter House, St. James Goose Creek Church.
Hanna, William New Acquisition District Regiment 1779 1781 A Captain and a Major under Col. William Bratton. Hanging Rock, Fish Dam Ford, Blackstocks, Fort Granby #1, Thomson's Plantation, 15-Mile House, 10-Mile House, Goose Creek Bridge, Quarter House, Strawberry Ferry
Harden, "Unknown" Colleton County Regiment 1775 A Captain.  Nothing more known.
Harden, Charles Upper Granville County Regiment 1780 1781 A Captain and a Major under Col. William Harden.
Harden, Edward Upper Granville County Regiment 1781 1781 A Private, Lieutenant, and Captain under Col. William Harden 1780-1781.
Harden, William Beaufort District Regiment 1775 1779 Captain of the Beaufort Volunteer Artillery Company under Col. Stephen Bull.  Commanded Fort Lyttleton from Feb. 1776 until April 1777.  One source asserts that this unit was pulled into the SC 4th Regiment on Oct. 18, 1776.  In 1779, a Lt. Colonel at Siege of Savannah.  1780, a Lt. Colonel commanding Upper Granville County Regiment.  1781, promoted to Colonel, attached to Marion's Brigade, to operate between Charleston and Savannah.
Hardin, Joseph New Acquisition District Regiment 1776 1776 A Captain of a Cavalry Company in 1776.  Moved to NC. Cherokee Expedition 1776
Hardwick, William Turkey Creek Regiment 1781 1781 Under Col. Edward Lacey.
Hardyman, Thomas Cheraws District Regiment 1775 1777 A Captain 9/28/1775 under Col. George Gabriel Powell.
Hargill, William Lower District Regiment A Captain under Col. David Glynn.  Dates unknown.
Hargrave, Robert Lower Craven County Regiment 1777 1778 A Captain under Col. Job Rothmaler.
Hargrove, "Unknown" 1776 Killed at Tamassee 8/12/1776.  Regiment unknown. Tamassee.
Harleston, Isaac Child SC 2nd Regiment 1775 1778 Promoted to Major 12/30/1778 of SC 6th Regiment, transferred back to SC 2nd Regiment in Feb 1780.  POW at Fall of Charleston, exchanged Feb 1781, served till end of the war. Fort Moultrie
Harrington, Henry William Cheraws District Regiment 1775 1776 From Marlboro District.  Captain under Col. George Hicks 1775-1776.  Stationed at Haddrell's Point during battle of Fort Moultrie.  Later a Brigadier General of Militia in Richmond County, NC. Fort Moultrie.
Harris, Field SC 3rd Regiment Dates unknown.
Harris, William Little River District Regiment 1779 1781 A Capt.-Lt. under Lt. Col. Joseph Hayes.  Also served in 1st Spartan Regiment under Lt. Col. Benjamin Kilgore.  Promoted to Major in 1781. Blackstocks, Cowpens, Long Canes, Hammond's Store, Guilford Court House (NC), Bush River #1, Siege of Ninety-Six 1781, Eutaw Springs.
Harrison, Benjamin New Acquisition District Regiment A Captain during 1781.
Harrison, John SC 3rd Regiment Dates unknown.  1779, A Captain under Lt. Col. Eli Kershaw (Camden District Regiment).
Harrol, Lewis Upper Craven County Regiment A Captain under Col. Jacob Baxter and Col. Hugh Giles (Lower Craven County Regiment).  Dates unknown.
Hart, Derrill SC 3rd Regiment 1777 1780 Promoted to Major under Col. Richard Hampton 1780-1781
Hart, John SC 2nd Regiment 1779 1779 Was a Lieutenant. A Captain 8/18/1779 to 10/19/1779, resigned and reenlisted as Lieutenant. POW at fall of Charleston, exchanged Nov 21, 1781, then served as Lieutenant til the end of the war
Hartstone, Joachim Granville County Regiment 1780 1780 Private, Lieutenant, and Captain
Harvey, James Little River District Regiment 1776 A Captain under Maj. Jonathan Downs, Lt. Col. James Williams. Cherokee Expedition 1776.
Harvey, Thomas SC 5th Regiment 1776 1781 A Captain under Col. Isaac Huger.  A Captain under Lt. Col./Col. Samuel Hammond (Hammmond's Regiment of Light Dragoons) 1780-1781.  Killed at Rogers' Plantation 6/18/1781. Rogers' Plantation.
Hatcher, Benjamin Ninety-Six District Regiment 1777 1781 1777, promoted from Lieutenant to Captain under Lt. Col. LeRoy Hammond.  1778, this would be the Lower Ninety-Six District Regiment. Florida Expedition 1778, Briar Creek (GA),  Stono Ferry, Siege of Augusta (GA).
Hawkins, Dennis Craven County Regiment 1776 A Captain under Lt. Col. Daniel Horry.
Hawthorn, James SC 6th Regiment 1778 1779 1777 joined SC 6th Regiment as Lieutenant.  Promoted to Captain 2/22/1778.  Later a Major, Adjutant, and Lt. Colonel. aka James Haythorn. Florida Expedition 1778.
Hawthorn, John New Acquisition District Regiment 1778 1781 A Captain under Col. Thomas Neel.  Rocky Mount, Hanging Rock, Fishing Creek, Kings Mountain
Hayes, John 2nd Spartan Regiment 1778 A Captain under Col. Thomas Brandon.
Hayes, Joseph Little River District Regiment 1775 1780 Promoted to Lt. Colonel under Col. James Williams.  Took over after Kings Mountain when Col. Williams was killed.  Hanged by "Bloody Bill" Cunningham at Hayes' Station. Cherokee Expedition 1776, Briar Creek (GA),  Stono Ferry, Siege of Savannah.
Hayne, Isaac Colleton County Regiment 1775 1776 Captain of Pon Pon Company 1775-1776.  Promoted to Lt. Col. In 1776 as commander of Colleton County Regiment. Promoted to Colonel in 1779.  POW at the Fall of Charleston, paroled.  Recaptured in 1781 and executed by British for allegedly violating his parole. Breach Inlet Naval Battle
Hays, James 1st Spartan Regiment 1778 1780 1777, a Lieutenant, 1778, a Captain under Col. John Thomas, Sr. Kettle Creek (GA), Siege of Savannah.
Head, Anthony Upper Ninety-Six District Regiment 1779
Headen, William 1st Spartan Regiment A Captain under Col. John Thomas, and Col. Benjamin Roebuck (Roebuck's Battalion of Spartan Regiment).  Dates unknown.
Healy, George Fairfield Regiment A Captain under Col. Richard Winn.  Dates unknown.
Heatley, Charles SC 3rd Regiment 1775 1778 From Orangeburgh District.  Promoted to Captain 8/12/1775.  aka Charles Healty, Charles Hicksley.  Joined Orangeburgh District Regiment in 1778 and elected Lt. Colonel. Great Cane Brake
Heatley, William Jr. SC 3rd Regiment Dates unknown.  aka William Heatly. Prevost's March
Hemphill, Andrew Fairfield Regiment 1775 From Chester District.  A Captain under Lt. Col. Joseph Brown.  Dates unknown. Snow Campaign
Henderson, Clyde Camden District Regiment 1778 1780 A Captain under Col. Joseph Kershaw.
Henderson, James Little River District Regiment 1779 1779, a Captain under Lt. Col. Joseph Hayes.  After the Fall of Charleston, a Lieutenant and Captain under Col. Thomas Brandon (2nd Spartan Regiment).  Dates unknown.
Henderson, John New Acquisition District Regiment 1780 1781 Promoted to Captain in October 1780 under Col. William Bratton, BG Thomas Sumter.  Promoted to Lt. Col. In 1781. Kings Mountain, Fish Dam Ford, Blackstocks, Cowpens, Fort Watson #1, Fort Motte, Lynches Creek, Friday's Ferry
Hendricks, Benjamin Upper Craven County Regiment 1778 1779 A Captain under Maj. Robert Lide, Col. George Hicks.
Hendricks, William Cheraws District Regiment 1780 1782 From Cheraws District.  A Captain in Militia 1780-1782 under Maj./Lt. Col./Col. Lemuel Benton.
Hennington, John SC 3rd Regiment 1779 1780 Also a Captain in Militia for 65 days during 1780, unit unknown. Siege of Savannah w/47 men
Henry, John New Acquisition District Regiment 1781 1783 Elected Captain Feb 1781 under Col. William Bratton.
Henry, William New Acquisition District Regiment 1775 1776 A Captain under Col. Thomas Neel. Cherokee Expedition 1776.
Herd, Armstrong Upper Ninety-Six District Regiment 1779 1781 A Captain under Col. Andrew Pickens. Siege of Savannah (GA), Siege of Ninety-Six 1781
Herrington, John SC 3rd Regiment Dates unknown.  Might be same man as John Hennington above.
Heyward, Daniel Colleton County Regiment 1776 Under Lt. Col. Isaac Hayne.  May have been a Lt. Colonel prior to the Fall of Charleston.
Heyward, Thomas Charles Town District Regiment 1775 1780 Charles Town Batallion of Artillery. Wounded at the battle of Port Royal Island. POW at the Fall of Charleston, sent to St. Augustine, exchanged and released in April 1781. Port Royal Island #1, Siege of Charleston 1780.
Heyward, Thomas Jr. Charles Town District Regiment 1775 1780 Charles Town Batallion of Artillery, Hornwork Battery.  POW at the Fall of Charleston.  Sent to St. Augustine. Fort Johnson #1, Charleston Neck 1779, Siege of Charleston 1780.
Hicks, Benjamin Cheraws District Regiment 1778 1780 Was a Sergeant in SC 3rd Regiment under Maj. Samuel Wise.
Hicks, James Upper Craven County Regiment 1776 1778 A Captain in Militia.  
Hill, John Camden District Regiment 1778 A Captain under Col. Joseph Kershaw in 1778.  A Captain under Col. Edward Lacey (Turkey Creek Regiment), dates unknown.  Also served under Col. Thomas Brandon (2nd Spartan Regiment), dates unknown. Florida Expedition 1778
Hill, Joseph Camden District Regiment 1781 Also a Captain in Marion's Brigade (Berkeley County Regiment) for 95 days in 1781. Tearcoat Swamp, Monck's Corner, Eutaw Springs
Hillhouse, John New Acquisition District Regiment 1780 1782 A Captain for three years under Col. William Bratton.  Fishing Creek.
Hillhouse, William New Acquisition District Regiment 1780 1781 A Captain under Col. Thomas Neel, Col. Andrew Neel, and Col. William Bratton.  Resigned at the end of April 1781 and served as a Private under Capt. Frame Woods until Oct. 1781. Fishing Creek, Fort Granby #1, Big Savannah, Fort Watson #1, Tearcoat Swamp
Hillis, John 1st Spartan Regiment A Captain under Lt. Col. Philemon Waters.  Dates unknown.  
Hinson, Clayburn Cheraws District Regiment 1779 1781 From Cheraws District.  1779-1780, a Captain under Maj. Lemuel Benton.  1781, a Captain under Col. William Harden (Upper Granville County Regiment). Rouse's Ferry, Eutaw Springs
Hiott, Ezekiel Nothing more known
Hipp, George Colleton County Regiment 1778 1780 Was a Lieutenant.
Hixt, William SC 1st Regiment 1779 1780 Was a Lieutenant. Promoted to Captain 5/1/1779. Wounded at the battle of Stono Ferry. POW at the Fall of Charleston.  aka William Hext. Stono Ferry, Siege of Charleston 1780.
Hodge, David Upper Granville County Regiment A Captain under Lt. Col./Col. William Harden.  Dates unknown.
Hodges, Eddy Cheraws District Regiment A Captain under Col. Abel Kolb, dates unknown.
Hogan, "Unknown" Cheraws District Regiment 1781 A Captain during 1781.
Hogan, James SC 5th Regiment Dates unknown.  Wounded at the Siege of Savannah on 10/9/1779. Charleston Neck 1779, Siege of Savannah.
Hogg, Lewis Lower Ninety-Six District Regiment 1781 1783 Was a Lieutenant.  A Captain under Col. LeRoy Hammond.
Holladay, John Camden District Regiment Nothing more known.
Hollingsworth, Aquilla 2nd Spartan Regiment 1780 1781 Killed at Battle of Cowpens. Cowpens.
Hollis, John Fairfield Regiment 1778 1782 Was a Sergeant under Col. Joseph Kershaw.  Also a Lieutenant.  Promoted to Captain under Col. John Winn.  Later, a Captain under Col. William Hill (Hill's Regiment of Light Dragoons). Rocky Mount, Hanging Rock, Carey's Fort, Camden, Orangeburgh #1, Fort Granby #1, Kings Mountain.
Holloway, Charles 1st Spartan Regiment 1780 A Captain in 1780.
Holloway, Obediah New Acquisition District Regiment 1781 A Captain in 1781.  Attached his unit to Lt. Col. William Henderson for the upcoming Siege of Ninety-Six. Siege of Ninety-Six 1781.
Hood, John SC 1st Regiment of State Dragoons 1781 1782 A Lieutenant and a Captain under Col. Wade Hampton, BG Thomas Sumter.  Eutaw Springs
Hopkins, David SC 3rd Regiment 1778 1780 Promoted from Lieutenant in late 1778. POW at the Fall of Charleston. A Lt. Colonel in the Fairfield Regiment after the Fall of Charleston. From what became the Richland District.  Fort Morris (GA), Stono Ferry, Siege of Savannah w/39 men, Siege of Charleston 1780.
Horry, Daniel SC 2nd Regiment 1775 1775 Late 1775, a Lt. Col. In Craven County Regiment (on source says June 1776).  Then, a Lt. Col. In Georgetown District Regiment.   Feb 1779, Colonel/commander of SC Light Dragoons (State Troops) for 16 Months.
Horry, Peter SC 2nd Regiment 1775 1776 Promoted to Major 9/16/1776.  Promoted to Lt. Colonel in Jan 1780 and Commander of SC 5th Regiment. Resigned.  After Fall of Charleston, went to NC with Marion in July 1780. In Col. Archibald McDonald's Regiment 1780-1781. Feb. 1781, in command of his own troops - Horry's Light Dragoons (militia). Oct. 1781, Marion authorized to raise 2 regiments of SC State Troops, Lt. Col. Peter Horry commanded the SC 4th Regiment of State Dragoons. Sullivan's Island, Fort Moultrie
Horton, Amos Camden District Regiment A Captain under Col. Joseph Kershaw. Later, a Captain under Col. James Postell (Kershaw Regiment), dates unknown.  Known as Captain in 1779.
Houseal, John G. Lower District Regiment 1781 A Captain under Lt. Col. Jonas Beard during 1781.
Houseal, Robert 2nd Spartan Regiment 1780 1781 A Captain under Col. Thomas Brandon.
Houseal, William Spartan Regiment 1775 1782 A Captain under Lt. Col. John Lisle, Sr. 1775-1778,  A Captain of Horse 1779-1782 (1st Spartan Regiment).  1782, under Col. Philemon Waters (New Acquisition District  Regiment). Cherokee Expedition 1776, Florida Expedition 1778
Houston, James New Acquisition District Regiment 1781 1781 First in GA unit.  Promoted to Captain 4/10/1781.  Served til Nov. 1781.
Howe, James 2nd Spartan Regiment 1779 1781 A Captain under Col. Thomas Brandon. Briar Creek (GA)
Howe, Joseph New Acquisition District Regiment A Captain under Col. William Bratton.  May have served under Col. William Hill (Hill's Regiment of Light Dragoons).  Dates unknown. Briar Creek (GA), Williamson's Plantation, Rocky Mount, Hanging Rock, Fishing Creek, Kings Mountain
Howe, Thomas Hill's Regiment of Light Dragoons A Captain under Maj./Lt. Col. James Hawthorn, Col. William Hill.  Dates unknown.  Taken prisoner at or after the battle of Rocky Mount. Rocky Mount.
Howell, William Camden District Regiment 1779 1782 A Captain under Lt. Col. Robert Goodwin 1779-1782.
Hubbard, William A Captain of partisan rangers (?).  Regiment and dates unknown.
Hudson, Joseph Upper Craven County Regiment 1780 1782 A Captain under Col. Jacob Baxter, then Col. Lemuel Benton (Cheraws District Regiment). 
Hudson, Kennie Little River District Regiment 1781 1782
Huett, Archibald Berkeley County Regiment A Captain under Maj. Anthony Ashby, Lt. Col. Keating Simons, Col. Richard Richardson, Jr.  Dates unknown.
Huger, Benjamin SC 4th Regiment 1775 1776 A Lieutenant, Captain.  Then, a Major in SC 5th Regiment.
Huger, Francis SC 2nd Regiment 1775 1777 Promoted to Lt. Colonel and Deputy QM General for Southern Department in September of 1777.  Resigned in October of 1778. Fort Moultrie
Huger, John Charles Town District Regiment 1776 1777 A Captain in the 1st Battalion 1776-1777. 1779-1780, a Lt. Colonel in the 2nd Battalion.
Huggins, John Lower Craven County Regiment 1778 1780 From Cheraws District.  A Captain under Col. Hugh Giles. Black Mingo
Huggins, Mark Georgetown District Regiment 1780 1783 A Lieutenant and a Captain in Militia 1780-1783. 
Hughes, John 2nd Spartan Regiment 1782 1783 A Captain under Col. Thomas Brandon during 1782 and 1783.
Hughes, Joseph 2nd Spartan Regiment 1780 1782 A Captain under Col. Thomas Brandon. Siege of Charleston 1780, Cowpens, Eutaw Springs.
Hughes, Joseph 2nd Spartan Regiment 1781 1782 May 1780 promoted to Lieutenant under Capt. Jolly.  Promoted to Captain 6/25/1781.
Hughes, William Fairfield Regiment 1781 1783 Promoted to Captain 12/24/1781 under Col. Richard Winn.  1782, reinlisted as Private. 1782, a Captain under Col. James Postell in Kershaw Regiment.
Hughes, William 2nd Spartan Regiment 1781 1782 A Private, a Lieutenant, and a Captain under Col. Thomas Brandon from 3/1/1781 to 3/27/1782.
Humphrey, Thomas Kershaw Regiment 1781 1782 A Lieutenant and a Captain.
Humphries, Joseph Lower District Regiment 1778 1780 A Captain under Col. Jonas Beard. Rocky Mount, Hanging Rock
Hunt, William 1775 Ordered by Lt. Col. Isaac Huger for the Rangers to put into a guardhouse.
Hunter, David Little River District Regiment 1775 1781 Captain in Little River District Regiment in 1775.  1779-1781, a Captain in the Lower Ninety-Six District Regiment under Col. LeRoy Hammond. Ninety-Six 1775
Hutchins, Robert Nothing more known
Hutchinson, "Unknown" Colleton County Regiment 1775 1779 A Captain.
Hutchison, "Unknown" Beaufort District Regiment 1778 A Captain under Col. Stephen Bull during 1778.
Hutchison, William Polk's Regiment of Light Dragoons 1781 1781 NC Militia Company, joined Sumter's Brigade under Lt. Col. William Polk's Regiment. From Mecklenburg County, NC. Friday's Ferry, Orangeburgh #1, Monck's Corner.
Hutson, Joseph Upper Craven County Regiment 1782 1782 A Captain in Militia 4/28/1782 to 11/28/1782. 
Hutson, Thomas Granville County Regiment 1779 1782 A Captain in Militia.  Promoted to Major, may have become Lt. Colonel.  Wounded at Siege of Savannah.  After the Fall of Charleston, in Upper Granville County Regiment. Siege of Savannah.
Hutton, William Upper Ninety-Six District Regiment 1779 Promoted from Lieutenant.  A Captain under Col. Andrew Pickens. Briar Creek (GA).
Hyrne, Edmund Massinbird SC 1st Regiment 1775 1779 Promoted to Major 5/12/1779.  1781 Aide-de-Camp to Maj. Gen. Nathanael Greene.
Hyrne, Henry Colleton County Regiment 1775 1776 Captain of the Chehaw Company of the Colleton County Regiment of Foot during 1775.  Reinlisted as Lieutenant in SC 5th Regiment.  Later a Lieutenant under Col. Hezekiah Maham (SC 3rd Regiment of State Dragoons).
Ichburg, James SC 6th Regiment 1777 1777 Under Col. Thomas Sumter.
Imhoff, John Lewis Peyer SC 3rd Regiment 1775 1776 From Orangeburgh District. Promoted to Captain 8/11/1775. Died in 1776. Great Cane Brake, Fort Moultrie
Ingram, "Unknown" Lower Ninety-Six District Regiment A Captain under Col. LeRoy Hammond, dates unknown.
Ingram, William Kershaw Regiment 1780 A Captain during 1780 under Col. James Postell.
Inman, Joshua Orangeburgh District Regiment 1779 He, John Green, and Tarleton Brown organized a company they called "The Rangers."
Inman, Shadrack Granville County Regiment Dates unknown.  After the Fall of Charleston, a Captain under Maj. James McCall (Upper Ninety-Six District Regiment), and Col. William Harden (Upper Granville County Regiment).  Not to be confused with GA Captain Shadrak Inman who died at Musgrove's Mill. Cowpens
Ioor, Joseph SC 1st Regiment 1776 1778 Promoted to Captain May 1776.  His entire company (52 men) was killed on the ship Randolph in March 1778. aka Joseph Joor. Barbados
Irby, Edmund Upper Craven County Regiment 1779 1781 From Cheraws District.  A Captain under Col. George Hicks. Siege of Charleston 1780.
Irby, James Little River District Regiment 1781 Captain of the Refugee Company under Lt. Col. Levi Casey. Cowpens
Irby, John Polk's Regiment of Light Dragoons 1781 A Captain under Lt. Col. William Polk. Cowpens.
Irby, William Upper Craven County Regiment 1781 1782 A Lieutenant and a Captain 1780-1782.
Irvin, Samuel Ninety-Six District Regiment A Captain under Col. Andrew Williamson.  Nothing more known.
Irwin, John Ninety-Six District Regiment 1775 1783 1775, a Captain under Maj. Andrew Williamson.  1779, a Captain under Lt. Col. Robert Anderson (Upper Ninety-Six District Regiment).  May have also served under Col. William Bratton (New Acquisition District Regiment).  aka John Irvin. Stono Ferry, Siege of Charleston 1780, Kings Mountain, Blackstocks, Cowpens, Siege of Ninety-Six 1781
Isbell, Pendleton Little River District Regiment At Battle of Kings Mountain.  Apr. 1781, a Captain under Col. Edward Lacey (Turkey Creek Regiment). Rocky Mount, Hanging Rock, Wateree Ferry, Camden, Rugeley's Mills #1, Kings Mountain, Cowpens, Siege of Ninety-Six 1781, Eutaw Springs
Ivey, Edward Upper Craven County Regiment 1780 A Captain under Col. George Hicks.   Siege of Charleston 1780
Jackson, Daniel SC 6th Regiment 1778 Resigned 1/22/1778.
Jackson, Stephen Upper Craven County Regiment 1778 1780 From Cheraws District.  A Captain under Maj. Tristram Thomas, Lt. Col./Col. Abel Kolb (Cheraws District Regiment). 1780-1781, a Captain in NC Militia. Ramseur's Mill (NC)
Jackson, William SC 1st Regiment 1778 1779 Was a Lieutenant, promoted to Captain 10/9/1778 under Col. Charles Cotesworth Pinckney. Promoted to Major 9/1/1779, and Aide-de-Camp to Maj. Gen. Benjamin Lincoln.  POW at the Fall of Charleston.
James, Charles 1st Spartan Regiment 1780 1782 1780-1781, a Captain under Col. John Thomas, Jr.  1781-1782, a Captain under Col. Benjamin Roebuck (Roebuck's Battalion of Spartan Regiment). Cowpens, Bush River #1 (Under 1st Spartan Regiment)
James, John Camden District Regiment 1778 1780 A Captain under Lt. Col. Richard Singleton during 1778.  May be the same man as directly below. Coosawhatchie, Charleston Neck 1779, Stono Ferry
James, John Kingstree Regiment 1780 1780 From Williamsburg District. 1780, in Col. Archibald McDonald's Regiment (Williamsburg Township). Helped raise many militimen in the Kingstree area after the Fall of Charleston. Promoted to Major in 1780 and Lt. Colonel In 1781. Siege of Charleston 1780.
James, John Jr. Kingstree Regiment 1780 1781 A Captain of the Lynch's Lake Company 1780-1781 under his 2nd cousin, Maj./Lt. Col. John James. Great Savannah, Blue Savannah, Black Mingo, McGill's Plantation
James, John Jr. Kingstree Regiment 1780 1781 1780-1781, a Captain under his father, Maj./Lt. Col. John James. One or both of these men were at the battles shown. Since both had the same name and was a relative of Maj. John James, it is difficult to sort the two out. Sorry. Great Savannah, Blue Savannah, Black Mingo, McGill's Plantation
James, Marshall Kershaw Regiment 1781 A Captain under Col. James Postell.
Jamieson, James New Acquisition District Regiment 1780 1781 A Captain under Col. Andrew Neel, Col. William Bratton.   Rocky Mount, Hanging Rock, and Blackstocks.
Jamison, "Unknown" POW at the Battle of Cowpens.  Regiment unknown. Cowpens.
Jamison, John Cheraws District Regiment 1776 A Captain under Col. George Gabriel Powell during 1776.
Jarrell, Benjamin SC 4th Regiment of State Dragoons A Captain under Lt. Col. Peter Horry.  Dates unknown.
Jasper, Nicholas 2nd Spartan Regiment Sergeant, Lieutenant, and Captain before and after the Fall of Charleston under Col. Thomas Brandon.
Jaxon, Charles A Captain in Militia.  Nothing more known.  aka Charles Jackson. Probably the Cheraws District Regiment.
Jeffries, Nathaniel 2nd Spartan Regiment 1778 1780 A Captain under Lt. Col. James Steen, and Col. Thomas Brandon.   Florida Expedition 1778, Stallion's Plantation
Jenkins, Gideon A Captain in Militia.  Nothing more known.  Probably Capt. Gideon Jennings below.
Jenkins, James Cheraws District Regiment 1782 1783 From Cheraws District.  A Sergeant under Capt. Thomas Ellerbee.  Promoted to Lieutenant Sept. 1779.  Later joined Marion's Brigade, a Lieutenant under Capt. Claudius Pegues, Maj. Tristram Thomas.  1782, promoted to Captain under Col. Lemuel Benton.  Aka James Jinkins.
Jenkins, John Beaufort District Regiment 1775 1776 Captain of the St. Helena's Parish Volunteer Company. Hutchinson's Island (GA)
Jenkins, Joseph Colleton County Regiment 1775 1776 Commanded the Edisto Island Company of Volunteers.
Jenkins, Richard Fairfield Regiment 1776 In Snow Campaign.  Later a Captain under Lt. Col. Joseph Brown.  Dates unknown.
Jenkins, Thomas New Acquisition District Regiment 1776 1780 A Captain in Militia.  Prisoner at Ninety-Six. Williamson's Plantation.
Jenkins, William New Acquisition District Regiment 1780 1781 A Lieutenant under Capt. Thomas Jenkins and a Captain under Col. William Bratton.
Jenneret, Jacob Camden District Regiment 1776 1776 A Captain under Col. Richard Richardson during 1776.
Jennings, Gideon Orangeburgh District Regiment Dates unknown.  Known - Late 1781. Eutaw Springs
Jervey, George SC 5th Regiment Wounded at Port Royal Island Feb 4, 1779. Port Royal Island #1.
Jervey, Thomas SC 5th Regiment Was a Lieutenant. A Captain under Col./BG Isaac Huger.  Dates unknown.
Jeter, John New Acquisition District Regiment 1781 A Captain under Col. William Bratton in 1781.
Johnson, Gilbert Camden District Regiment A Captain under Col. Thomas Taylor.  Dates unknown.
Johnson, James Turkey Creek Regiment 1780 1782 Private, Lieutenant, Adjutant, and Captain under Col. Edward Lacey.  Also a Captain under Lt. Col. Thomas Sabb (Orangeburgh District Regiment) in early 1780. Williamson's Plantation, Rocky Mount, Fishing Creek, Kings Mountain.
Johnson, Jesse Hammond's Regiment of Light Dragoons A Lieutenant and Captain under Lt. Col./Col. Samuel Hammond.  Dates unknown.
Johnson, Joseph Upper Granville County Regiment 1781 1781 A Captain Apr.-Aug. 1781 under Col. William Harden.  Then, a Major.  Later, reenlisted as Private. Siege of Augusta (GA)
Johnson, Levi 1st Spartan Regiment 1781 1781 A Captain of Light Dragoons under Col. John Thomas, Jr.
Johnson, Richard SC 2nd Regiment 1779 1780 A Captain under Col. Francis Marion.
Johnson, Richard Hammond's Regiment of Light Dragoons A Captain under Lt. Col./Col. Samuel Hammond.  Dates unknown. Eutaw Springs.
Johnson, Thomas A Captain of Horse.  Unit and dates unknown.
Johnson, William Hammond's Regiment of Light Dragoons A Captain under Lt. Col./Col. Samuel Hammond.  Dates unknown.
Johnston, Jacob Upper Craven County Regiment 1778 A Captain under Maj. Robert Lide, Col. George Hicks.
Johnston, William New Acquisition District Regiment 1780 A Captain under Maj. Joseph Dickson during 1780. Ramseur's Mill (NC), Lawson's Fork
Joiner, John Beaufort District Regiment 1775 1777 A Captain in the Artillery Nov. 1775-1777.   Commander of Fort Lyttleton. Bloody Point
Jolly, Benjamin Spartan Regiment 1776 1781 1776, a Captain under Col. John Thomas.  A Lieutenant and Captain under Col. Thomas Brandon (2nd Spartan Regiment).  Later a Major under Lt. Col. William Farr. Stallion's Plantation, Rocky Mount, Hanging Rock, Musgrove's Mill #2, Kings Mountain, Hammond's Store
Jolly, Joseph Spartan Regiment A Captain under Col. John Thomas, Sr.  Dates unknown.  Also a Captain under Col. Thomas Brandon (2nd Spartan Regiment)  1781, a Major under Col. Thomas Brandon. Snow Campaign, Cherokee Expedition 1776, Florida Expedition 1778.
Jones, Adam Crain Ninety-Six District Regiment 1775 1782 A Captain under Maj. Andrew Williamson 1775-1776.  Apparently, a Captain during 1782 under Col. Robert Anderson of the Upper Ninety-Six District Regiment. Ninety-Six 1775, Great Cane Brake, Cherokee Expedition 1776, Florida Expedition 1778, Siege of Savannah (GA)
Jones, Edward Cheraws District Regiment 1778 1782 From Cheraws District.  A Captain in Militia 1778-1782.  
Jones, James Colleton County Regiment 1775 1782 1775-1776, Captain of the Salt Catchers Volunteer Company.  1779-1781 served as Private under Capt. Robert Laird.  1782, Captain again in Upper Ninety-Six District Regiment.
Jones, John Little River District Regiment 1780 A Captain under Col. Joseph Hayes.
Jones, Marshall Kershaw Regiment 1780 1781 1780-1781, a Captain under Col. James Postell. Rocky Mount, Hanging Rock, Fort Watson #2, Fort Granby #2
Jones, Richard Lower Ninety-Six District Regiment A Captain under Col. LeRoy Hammond.  Dates unknown.  Probably the son of Adam Crain Jones.
Jones, Thomas 1st Spartan Regiment 1779 1781 A Captain under Col. John Thomas during 1779. Stono Ferry, Siege of Savannah (GA), Hanging Rock, Fishing Creek, Blackstocks
Jones, Thomas 1st Spartan Regiment 1780 1781 Under Lt. Col. Philemon Waters.  Killed 4/3/1781.  May be same man as directly above.
Jones, Thomas Lower Ninety-Six District Regiment 1779 1781 A Captain under Col. LeRoy Hammond. 
Jones, William Little River District Regiment A Captain in the Little River District Regiment and the Fairfield Regiment, dates unknown.  Later, served under Col. Edward Lacey (Turkey Creek Regiment), dates unknown. Mobley's Meetinghouse
Julian, Peter 1st Spartan Regiment 1781 A Captain under Lt. Col./Col. Philemon Waters.  
Kelly, Edward 1st Spartan Regiment 1781 1783 A Private, Lieutenant, and Captain in Militia under Lt. Col. Philemon Waters after the Fall of Charleston.  Mid-1782, in New Acquisition District Regiment.
Kelly, Gersham Orangeburgh District Regiment 1781 1782 A Captain in Sumter's Brigade 1781-1782.  
Kelly, James Fairfield Regiment 1778 1782 A Captain under Maj. John Lisle, Jr. during 1778.  A Lieutenant and Captain under Lt. Col. Philemon Waters (1st Spartan Regiment) after the the Fall of Charleston.
Kendall, Matthew New Acquisition District Regiment 1779- 1780 A Captain under Maj. Francis Ross.   Briar Creek (GA)
Kennedy, James Camden District Regiment 1779 1779, a Captain under Col. Joseph Kershaw. After the Fall of Charleston, a Captain under Col. James Postell (Kershaw Regiment).
Kennedy, John Fairfield Regiment 1776 1776 A Captain under Col. Joseph Kershaw during 1776.   Fort Moultrie.
Kennington, John Nothing more known
Kerisler, John Orangeburgh District Regiment 1778 A Captain under Lt. Col. Charles Heatley.
Kerr, Samuel 1781 1782 A Lieutenant and Captain in Militia 1781-1782.  Nothing more known.
Kershaw, Eli SC 3rd Regiment 1775 1777 6/18/1775, a Captain under Lt. Col. William Thomson. Resigned 10/7/1777. In 1779, a Lt. Col. of Camden District Militia. POW at Fall of Charleston. Died on a prison ship bound for Honduras. From what became the Kershaw District.  Sullivan's Island, Great Cane Brake, Fort Moultrie
Key, Henry Thomas Lower Ninety-Six District Regiment A Captain in Militia before and after the Fall of Charleston under Col. LeRoy Hammond.
Key, John Lower Ninety-Six District Regiment A Captain under Col. LeRoy Hammond.  Dates unknown.
Key, Shannon Lower Ninety-Six District Regiment A Captain under Col. LeRoy Hammond.  Dates unknown.
Key, Thomas Lower Ninety-Six District Regiment 1779 1781 A Private and a Captain under Col. LeRoy Hammond.  aka Thomas Kee. Horner's Corner, Hammond's Mill, Eutaw Springs
Kilgore, Benjamin Little River District Regiment 1776 1780 POW at the Fall of Charleston.  Later, a Major.  Elected Colonel 9/22/1781. Cherokee Expedition 1776, Florida Expedition 1778, Siege of Charleston 1780.
Killingsworth, Jacob Camden District Regiment 1781 1782 A Lieutenant and a Captain under Col. Thomas Taylor.
Kimball, Frederick Camden District Regiment 1779 1779 Lieutenant, Captain, Major, and Lt. Colonel under Col. James Postell.
Kimball, William Berkeley County Regiment After the Fall of Charleston, a Captain under Col. Richard Richardson, Jr., dates unknown.
Kimbrough, John Cheraws District Regiment 1775 1776 Captain of St. David's Parish Volunteer Militia Company on 11/30/1775.  1776, promoted to Major.
Kincaid, James SC Light Dragoons 1779 1780 1779-1780, a Captain under Col. Daniel Horry.  Later, in Marion's Brigade, regiment and dates unknown.  Not a captain at Cowpens or Eutaw Springs. Cowpens, Eutaw Springs.
Kincaid, John New Acquisition District Regiment 1780 1782 Private, Lieutenant, and Captain under Col. Thomas Neel and Col. Samuel Watson.
King, Charles Little River District Regiment 1775 1776 Under Col. John Lindsey, in the expedition against Cherokee in 1776. Cherokee Expedition 1776.
King, George Cheraws District Regiment 1775 1780 A Captain under Col. George Gabriel Powell 9/28/1775.  1780, a Captain under Col. Hugh Giles in the Lower Craven County Regiment. POW at the Fall of Charleston.  After the Fall of Charleston, a Major under Col. Hugh Giles (Lower Craven County Regiment). Fort Moultrie, Siege of Charleston 1780.
Kingburn, "Unknown" A Captain.  Nothing more known.
Kinloch, Francis Charles Town District Regiment 1776 1780

2nd Battalion.  Aide-de-Camp to Brig. Gen. Isaac Huger on 9/25/1779. Wounded at Savannah. POW at the Fall of Charleston.  aka Francis Kinlock.

According to Mr. Rudy Loeser in June 2012, Francis Kinloch was only a civilian and not in the SC Militia. "Frank Kinloch was a civilian volunteer Aide-de-Camp at Port Royal and Savannah (NOT the siege of Charleston) to Gens. Moultrie and Huger. He was commended for bravery by Moultrie, and may have ranked as a captain by courtesy only. He himself wrote that he never was a soldier."

Port Royal Island #1, Siege of Savannah, Siege of Charleston 1780.
Kirkland, Joseph Fairfield Regiment From Fairfield District.  A Captain under Col. John Winn and a Lt. Colonel.  Dates unknown. Florida Expedition 1778
Kirkland, Moses SC 3rd Regiment 1775 1775 Two months after his commission, he deserted and took his entire company with him and they all joined the Loyalists.  On 7/17/1775, he took Ninety-Six. Fort Charlotte w/23 men
Kirkland, Richard Upper Granville County Regiment 1780 1782 A Captain under Col. William Harden.
Kirkland, William Camden District Regiment 1778 From Fairfield District.  A Captain under Lt. Col. Robert Goodwin, and after the Fall of Charleston a Captain under Col. Thomas Taylor. Stono Ferry, Fishing Creek
Kirkpatrick, John Roebuck's Battalion of Spartan Regiment 1781 1782 A Captain in April 1781, under Col. Benjamin Roebuck and Col. William Bratton (New Acquisition District Regiment)
Kirkpatrick, Thomas New Acquisition District Regiment 1775 1779 Promoted to Major before his death. Snow Campaign, Cherokee Expedition 1776, Briar Creek (GA).
Knox, Hugh Turkey Creek Regiment 1780 1781 From Williamsburg District.  After the Fall of Charleston, a Captain under Col. Edward Lacey.  Wounded at Hanging Rock.  Buried in Chester District. Rocky Mount, Hanging Rock, Fishing Creek, Fort Granby #1.
Knox, James Camden District Regiment 1778 A Captain under Maj. Joseph Brown, Lt. Col. Eli Kershaw.
Knox, John Fairfield Regiment A Captain under Col. John Winn, dates unknown. 
Knox, William 1780 1782 After the Battle of Hanging Rock, elected a Captain under BG Thomas Sumter.
Kolb, Abel Cheraws District Regiment 1775 1778 From Marlboro District.  Commissioned 9/25/1775.  Later a Lt. Colonel in the Charles Town District Regiment, and a Colonel in the Cheraws District Regiment.  Murdered 4/26/1781 at his home by Loyalists.
Lacey, Edward New Acquisition District Regiment 1775 1779 A Captain under Col. Thomas Neel.  1779, a Captain under Col. John Winn (Fairfield Regiment).  Promoted to Lt. Colonel under BG Richard Richardson, then became Colonel of Turkey Creek Regiment in June 1780.  His unit was also called the Chester Troops and the Chester District Militia by some. Cherokee Expedition 1776
Lacey, James SC 6th Regiment 1778 First served in militia under Capt. Benjamin Screven.  Later, a Captain in the SC 6th Regiment. He died on 9/20/1778.
Lacey, Samuel Fairfield Regiment 1780 1781 A Captain under Col. Richard Winn. Mobley's Meetinghouse, Rocky Mount, Hanging Rock, Fishing Creek, Kings Mountain, Fish Dam Ford, Fort Granby #1
Ladson, James SC 4th Regiment 1775 1779 Promoted from Lieutenant to Captain 11/4/1775, promoted to Major 5/1/1779 in SC 1st Regiment, resigned 11/8/1779.  Then served as Lt. Colonel in Militia 1779-1781.
Ladson, Robert Charles Town District Regiment 1775 1776 Captain of St. Paul's Parish Company.
Ladson, Thomas Colleton County Regiment 1775 1778 Captain of the John's Island Company. He died in March of 1778.
Ladson, Thomas Colleton County Regiment 1775 1779 Captain of the Godfrey's Savannah Company. Promoted to Major in 1779.
Laird, Robert Little River District Regiment 1779 1783 First under Lt. Col. Michael Dickson.  Promoted to Lt. under Capt. Benjamin Kilgore and Col. Andrew Pickens.  1779, elected Captain under Col. James Williams, remained till end of the war as a Captain.  Aka Robert Leard.
Lally, John Orangeburgh District Regiment 1778 A Captain under Lt. Col. Charles Heatley during 1778.
Lamar, John Lower Ninety-Six District Regiment A Captain under Col. LeRoy Hammond, dates unknown.
Land, Benjamin Turkey Creek Regiment 1780 1780 From Chester District.  A Captain in Militia.   Rocky Creek Settlement #1 (Killed)
Land, Benjamin Turkey Creek Regiment 1781 1781 A Captain. Rocky Creek Settlement #2, Dutchman's Creek
Land, John Fairfield Regiment A Captain in Militia and killed in service, dates unknown. Rocky Mount, Hanging Rock, Camden, Fishing Creek
Lang, William Camden District Regiment 1775 1779 A Captain under Lt. Col. Robert Goodwin.  Snow Campaign, Florida Expedition 1778
Langdon, Thomas Ninety-Six District Regiment 1775 1776 A Captain in Militia 1775-1776.  Prisoner 2/11/1779 at Savannah River. Ninety-Six 1775, Great Cane Brake
Larew, Peter SC 4th Regiment of State Dragoons A Captain under Lt. Col. Peter Horry, dates unknown. Halfway Swamp #2
Latham, James SC 2nd Regiment of State Dragoons 1782 1782 A Captain under Col. Charles Myddleton during 1782. Probably from Newberry County.
Lattimore, "Unknown" New Acquisition District Regiment 1776 A Captain under Col. Thomas Neel. Cherokee Expedition 1776
Laughton, Leonard Killed in service, nothing more known.  Most likely, Laughlin Leonard below.
Lawrence, John Hill's Regiment of Light Dragoons A Captain under Col. William Hill.  Dates unknown.
Lawson, Charles Little River District Regiment A Captain under Col. James Williams.  Nothing more known.
Lawson, John 1st Spartan Regiment A Captain under Col. John Thomas, Jr., and Col. Benjamin Roebuck (Roebuck's Battalion of Spartan Regiment).  Dates unknown.  Killed near Wofford's Iron Works. Blackstocks, Cowpens, Mud Lick Creek, Fair Forest Creek #2
Leach, "Unknown" A Captain.  Nothing more known.
Leacraft, John Lower Granville County Regiment 1781 1782 1779-1780, a Lieutenant.  1781-1782, Captain of the Bloody Legion of Hilton Head. Parker's Ferry #2, Daufuskie Island
Leard, Robert 1st Spartan Regiment A Captain under Lt. Col. Benjamin Kilgore before and after the Fall of Charleston.  Dates unknown.
LeBush, Elle Georgetown District Regiment A Captain at Haddrell's Point.  Dates unknown.
Lee, William Charles Town District Regiment 1780 1780 Captain of the True Blue Company.  POW at the Fall of Charleston. Siege of Charleston 1780.
Leger, Peter Charles Town District Regiment 1775 1775 A Captain in early 1775 under Col. Charles Pinckney.  May have remained longer.
Leister, Andrew New Acquisition District Regiment 1781 1781 From Williamsburg District.  A Lieutenant and a Captain 1780-1781. Also served under Col. Thomas Brandon (2nd Spartan Regiment).
Leitner, Michael Little River District Regiment 1779 1781 A Captain under Col. James Williams and Lt. Col. Philemon Waters (1st Spartan Regiment).  At some time, a Major.
Lenud, Abram Kingstree Regiment 1780 1781 A Captain in Marion's Brigade in August 1780, under Lt. Col. Peter Horry (Kingstree Regiment and Horry's Light Dragoons). Tearcoat Swamp, White's Plantation, Eutaw Springs
Lenud, Henry Horry's Regiment 1781 1782 A Captain under Lt. Col. Peter Horry during 1781 (SC 4th Regiment of State Dragoons). Wambaw Bridge
Leonard, Laughlin Little River District Regiment 1780 1781 A Captain under Col. Joseph Hayes.  Killed at Hayes' Station 11/9/1781.  Also a Captain 1775-1779. Stono Ferry, Hayes' Station.
Lesesne, Francis Kingstree Regiment 1780 1781 From Williamsburg District.  POW at the Fall of Charleston.  A Captain under Col. Archibald McDonald. Siege of Charleston 1780.
Lesesne, Thomas SC 2nd Regiment 1776 1781 Was a Lieutenant. 9/16/1776, promoted to Captain. Resigned on 8/13/1779. Also a Captain in Kingstree Regiment after the Fall of Charleston, dates unknown.
Leter, Andrew Camden District Regiment A Captain under Col. Thomas Taylor.  Dates unknown. Fort Granby #1, Four Holes Bridge, Orangeburgh #1, Fort Granby #2, St. James Goose Creek Church
Lewis, Andrew New Acquisition District Regiment 1775 A Captain under Col. Thomas Neel during 1775.  Apparently still a Captain in 1781.
Lewis, Charles Fairfield Regiment 1775 1783 1775-1776, a Captain under Col. John Winn.  1777-1780, a Captain under Lt. Col. Edward Lacey (New Acquisition District Regiment).  1780-1783, a Captain under Col. Edward Lacey (Turkey Creek Regiment). Fishing Creek.
Liddell, George SC 3rd Regiment 1778 1780 7/24/1776 a Sergeant in SC 3rd Regiment. 2nd Lieutenant 1/1/1777. 1st Lieutenant in 1777. Promoted to Captain 12/20/1778 in SC 3rd Regiment. POW at the Fall of Charleston.  aka George Lidell.  Later, a Captain in the Upper Ninety-Six District Regiment, dates unknown. Savannah, Siege of Savannah w/47 men, Siege of Charleston 1780 w/17 men.
Liddell, Moses Lower Ninety-Six District Regiment A Captain under Maj./Lt. Col./Col. Samuel Hammond (Hammond's Regiment of Light Dragoons) and Maj. Alexander Noble (Upper Ninety-Six District Regiment).  Dates unknown.  One source asserts that he was also a Lt. Colonel after the battle of Eutaw Springs Rutledge's Ford, Hammond's Store, Cowpens, Siege of Ninety-Six 1781, McCord's Creek, Eutaw Springs.
Lide, Robert Cheraws District Regiment 1775 1777 From Cheraws District.  Captain of the Northeast St. David's Parish Volunteers, also a Captain and Major in the Upper Craven County Regiment of Marion's Brigade, dates unknown. Fort Moultrie
Lide, Thomas Cheraws District Regiment 1775 1777 From Marlboro District.  A Captain of St. David's Parish Militia on 10/2/1775.  Lt. Colonel 2/5/1777 to 4/7/1779.
Lightner, Michael Turkey Creek Regiment 1780 1781 A Captain under Lt. Col. James Lisle in 1780.  1781, a Captain under Lt. Col. Richard Hampton (Orangeburgh District Regiment).
Liles, Aramana Fairfield Regiment 1781 1782 From Fairfield District.  A Captain and a Lt. Colonel under Col. Richard Winn. Probably also served in the Kershaw Regiment at times. Four Holes Bridge, Orangeburgh #1
Linder, Daniel Berkeley County Regiment 1776 1776 A Captain during 1776. Fort Moultrie
Linder, Jacob Orangeburgh District Regiment 1781 Captain of the Indianfield Company under Maj. Stephen Muller, Lt. Col. Keating Simons during 1781.
Lindsay, John 1st Spartan Regiment 1777 1781 1777, a Captain under Lt. Col. John Lisle, Sr.  1779-1782, a Lieutenant, Captain, and Lt. Colonel under Col. Thomas Brandon (2nd Spartan Regiment).  1782, under Col. Philemon Waters (New Acquisition District Regiment). Musgrove's Mill, Fish Dam Ford, Blackstocks, Cowpens, Siege of Augusta (GA), Siege of Ninety-Six 1781
Lindsay, Thomas 1st Spartan Regiment 1778 1781 1778, a Captain under Lt. Col. James Lisle.  1781, a Captain under Lt. Col. Philemon Waters (1st Spartan Regiment). Briar Creek (GA)
Lining, Charles Berkeley County Regiment 1775 1780 First served as a Captain in the Berkeley County Regiment 1775-1776.  Joined SC 1st Regiment as Lieutenant in 1776.  Promoted from Lieutenant to Captain 7/20/1778 in SC 1st Regiment.  POW at the Fall of Charleston w/25 men.  Exchanged June 1781, served to the end of the war, unit unknown. aka Charles Linning. Siege of Savannah, Siege of Charleston 1780.
Linkfield, Francis Lower Ninety-Six District Regiment A Captain under Col. LeRoy Hammond.  Dates unknown.
Linkfield, John Lower Ninety-Six District Regiment A Captain under Col. LeRoy Hammond.  Dates unknown.
Linus, Harry SC 4th Regiment of State Dragoons A Captain under Lt. Col. Peter Horry, dates unknown.
Lipham, Frederick Lower District Regiment 1777 1782 A Captain and Commissary of Purchases under Col./BG Thomas Sumter.
Lipscomb, "Unknown" SC 6th Regiment Dates unknown. Siege of Savannah, Savannah, Siege of Augusta.
Lisle, Ephraim Fairfield Regiment A Captain under Col. John Winn, dates unknown.
Lisle, Henry 1st Spartan Regiment 1779 1781 aka Henry Liles.  A Captain under Major John Lisle, Lt. Col. James Lisle, Lt. Col. Philemon Waters.  After Fall of Charleston, in Turkey Creek Regiment. Camden, Fish Dam Ford, Blackstocks, Cowpens, Fort Granby #1, Siege of Ninety-Six 1781
Lisle, James Spartan Regiment 1775 1780 aka James Liles.  From Newberry District.  Captain 1775-1777 under Lt. Col. John Lisle (his father).  Captain under BG Andrew Williamson in the 1st Spartan Regiment.  Captain and Lt. Colonel in the Turkey Creek Regiment under Col. Edward Lacey and BG Thomas Sumter.   Cherokee Expedition 1776
Lisle, John Jr. Spartan Regiment 1775 1779 aka John Liles.  Captain in 1775-1777 under Lt. Col. John Lisle (his father).  Captain and Major in the 1st Spartan Regiment under Lt. Col. James Lisle, under BG Andrew Williamson.  Later, also a Major under BG Thomas Sumter. Ninety-Six 1775, Cherokee Expedition 1776
Lister, Andrew New Acquisition District Regiment 1781 1782 A Captain under Lt. Col. Robert Goodwin.
Little, Aaron Orangeburgh District Regiment 1780 1782 At some time he was a Captain in the Militia.   Siege of Charleston 1780
Little, George 1778 1780 A Captain and POW at the Fall of Charleston.  Probably confused with Capt. George Liddell.  Not sure this one was at Charleston, but certainly not with the SC 3rd Regiment. Siege of Charleston 1780.
Little, James Upper Ninety-Six District Regiment A Captain in Pickens's Brigade.  Dates unknown. 
Liveston, John 1781 1781 A Captain under BG Andrew Pickens during 1781.  Regiment unknown.
Livingston, Thomas Georgetown District Regiment 253 Days as a Lieutenant and 100 Days as a Captain.  Dates unknown.
Livingston, William Charles Town District Regiment 1776 1780 Commander of the German Fusiliers within the 2nd Batallion after Capt. Alexander Gillion.  POW at the Fall of Charleston, taken to St. Augustine.  Supposedly resigned in 1779. Hutchinson's Island (GA), Fort Moultrie, Port Royal Island #1, Siege of Charleston 1780.
Lloyd, Robert Upper Craven County Regiment 1779 A Captain, Major, and Lt. Colonel under Col. George Hicks.
Lloyd, Thomas Cheraws District Regiment 1779 First, a Captain under Col. George Gabriel Powell, dates unknown.  1779, a Captain and Lt. Colonel under Col. George Hicks (Upper Craven County Regiment). Coosawhatchie
Logan, Francis Ninety-Six District Regiment 1775 1776 A Captain under Maj. Andrew Williamson.  Later, a Captain under Lt. Col./Col./BG Andrew Pickens (Upper Ninety-Six District Regiment), dates unknown. Ninety-Six 1775, Florida Expedition 1778
Logan, George SC 3rd Regiment 1780 A Captain in SC 3rd Regiment, dates unknown.  After the Fall of Charleston, a Captain under Col. Hugh Giles in the Lower Craven County Regiment.  Killed at battle of Black Mingo 9/28-29/1780. Black Mingo.
Logan, Samuel 1776 1776 A Captain in Militia during 1776.  Nothing more known.
Long, John Polk's Regiment of Light Dragoons 1781 1781 A Private, a Lieutenant, and a Captain under Lt. Col. William Polk during 1781. Guilford Court House (NC).
Long, Joseph SC 2nd Regiment 1778 1778 Under Maj. Peter Horry and Col. Francis Marion.
Long, Josiah Kingstree Regiment 1782 1782 A Captain in Marion's Brigade during 1782.
Long, William Camden District Regiment 1775 A Captain under Col. Richard Richardson.
Lord, Andrew Turkey Creek Regiment A Captain under Col. Edward Lacey.  Also a Captain under Col. Andrew Pickens (Upper Ninety-Six District Regiment).  Dates unknown. Siege of Ninety-Six 1781
Love, Alexander New Acquisition District Regiment Dates unknown.
Love, Andrew New Acquisition District Regiment 1775 1779 A Captain under Col. Thomas Neel.  A Lt. Colonel after the death of Col. Thomas Neel. Great Cane Brake, Snow Campaign, Stono Ferry
Love, Jacob Fairfield Regiment 1776 A Captain under Col. John Winn.
Love, John Kershaw Regiment 1782 1782 A Lieutenant and a Captain under Col. James Postell.
Luckie, Alexander Lower Ninety-Six District Regiment 1782 1782 Promoted from Lieutenant
Luckie, John Lower Ninety-Six District Regiment 1781 1781 Promoted from Lieutenant
Lundy, Daniel Craven County Regiment 1775 Later, a Captain under Col. George Hicks (Upper Craven County Regiment).
Lunsford, Swanson Continental Army A Captain in Lt. Col. Henry Lee's Legion.  Dates unknown.
Lushington, Richard Charles Town District Regiment 1778 1782 Was a Lieutenant.  POW at the Fall of Charleston.  Later, a Lt. Colonel in 1782.  His unit consisted of 26 Jews and they acquitted themselves quite well at the Siege of Savannah in 1779. Siege of Charleston 1780.
Lusk, John 1st Spartan Regiment A Captain under Col. John Thomas, Jr., dates unknown.  aka John Lisk.
Lusk, Robert 1st Spartan Regiment 1777 1781 A Captain under Col. John Thomas, Jr. during 1781. Florida Expedition 1778
Lyle, Robert SC 3rd Regiment 1777 1780 A Major in 1781 under Col. Thomas Taylor. Siege of Charleston 1780.
Lynch, Thomas Jr. SC 1st Regiment 1775 1776 1775, a Captain under Col. Christopher Gadsden. Resigned his commission in April of 1776. Signer of Declaration of Independence. Ship lost at sea in December of 1779.
Lyndley, James Spartan Regiment 1775 Built Lyndley's Fort.  Later, a Captain in 1st Spartan Regiment, dates unknown. Lyndley's Fort
Lyons, Guthridge Cheraws District Regiment 1779 1781 aka Guthrie Lyon.  From Cheraws District.  A Captain under Lt. Col./Col. Lemuel Benton. Halfway Swamp #1, Georgetown #6, Wiboo Swamp
MacKenzie, John Camden District Regiment 1782 1782 A Captain under Col. Thomas Taylor.
Magee, Elisha Cheraws District Regiment 1777 1780 A Lieutenant in the St. David's Parish Volunteer Company.  Dates unknown.  Several source asserts that he was also a Captain 1777-1780. Siege of Charleston 1780
Maham, Hezekiah Berkeley County Regiment 1775 1779 Refused commission in SC 6th Regiment in 1776, since he already had a company of militia. A Captain in SC 1st Regiment later in 1776. A Major in the SC 1st Regiment, resigned 11/8/1779.  Major 1779-1780 under Col. Daniel Horry in SC Light Dragoons.  A Major under Marion in March of 1781 in command of his own troops - Maham's Light Dragoons. Maham promoted to Lt. Colonel on 6/22/1781. In October 1781, Marion authorized to established two new regiments of SC State Troops. Maham assigned as commander of SC 3rd Regiment of State Dragoons. Captured by Loyalists in August 1782, paroled, but effectively out for the rest of the war. Breach Inlet Naval Battle
Malone, John Berkeley County Regiment 1780 1782 A Captain under Col. Richard Richardson, Jr. Fort Watson #2, Fort Motte, Georgetown #7, Biggin Creek Bridge, Quinby's Bridge, Shubrick's Plantation, Eutaw Springs.
Maner, William Upper Granville County Regiment 1781 1782 Enlisted as Corporal.  Promoted to Sergeant 1/1/1777.  Later a Captain in the Militia 1781-1782.
Mansfield, Robert 1st Spartan Regiment 1779 1781 1779, a Captain under Lt. Col. Benjamin Kilgore.  A Captain of a Ranger unit during 1781.  From what is now Laurens County.
Manning, Lawrence Was a Lieutenant in Lee's Legion.  A Captain in Marion's Brigade.  Dates unknown.
Mapp, John Lower Ninety-Six District Regiment 1779 1783 A Lieutenant under Capt. Duncan McRae, Capt. Vardry McBee.  A Captain under Lt Col./Col. Benjamin Roebuck (Roebuck's Batallion of Spartan Regiment).  Late 1782, a Captain under Col. Thomas Brandon (2nd Spartan Regiment). Last Cherokee Campaign
Marion, Benjamin Berkeley County Regiment 1775 1777 A Captain and a Major in the Berkeley County Regiment 1775-1777. Fort Moultrie
Marion, Francis SC 2nd Regiment 1775 1775 June 17, 1775, a Captain. Promoted to Major 11/14/1775. Promoted to Lt. Colonel 9/23/1778. Promoted to Brigadier General 12/30/1780 over the SC 2nd Brigade of SC Troops. Fort Johnson, Sullivan's Island
Marshall, John Camden District Regiment 1775 1779 From Williamsburg District.  A Captain, a Major, and a Lt. Colonel under Col. Joseph Kershaw.  He and Col. James Postell created the Kershaw Regiment in 1780 right after the Fall of Charleston.
Marshall, Thomas SC 3rd Regiment 1777 Promoted from Lieutenant to Captain 10/7/1777 when Capt. Thomas Taylor resigned.
Martin, "Unknown" Colleton County Regiment 1778 A Captain.
Martin, Barkley Ninety-Six District Regiment 1777 1781 A Lieutenant under Capt. Drury Pace during 1776.  Captain in 1777.  Later, a Lieutenant and Captain under Col. LeRoy Hammond 1780-1781 (Lower Ninety-Six District Regiment).  
Martin, Daniel SC 5th Regiment 1780 1780 Reinlisted in 1777 into the SC 5th Regiment as 2nd Lieutenant.  Promoted to 1st Lieutenant 1/21/1778.  Promoted to Captain.  POW in 1780.
Martin, Edward Fairfield Regiment 1778 1783 From Fairfield District.  A Captain under Col. John Winn and Col. Richard Winn. Hanging Rock, Kings Mountain, Fishing Creek, Fort Granby #1, Fort Granby #2, Siege of Ninety-Six 1781, Eutaw Springs.
Martin, George Ninety-Six District Regiment 1775 1775 1780-1782, a Captain under Col. Benjamin Roebuck (Roebuck's Battalion of Spartan Regiment).  A Captain under Lt. Col. Levi Casey in 1782-1783 (Little River District Regiment).  Stono Ferry, Eutaw Springs.
Martin, Jacob SC 1st Regiment of State Dragoons A Captain under Col. Wade Hampton.  Dates unknown.
Martin, James New Acquisition District Regiment 1779 1781 Feb 1779 a Captain under Col. Thomas Neel.  1780, a Captain under Lt. Col. William Polk.  Later, a Captain under Col. William Bratton. 1780 all battles under Polk.  1781, all battles under Bratton Briar Creek (GA), Oconee (GA), Ramseur's Mill (NC), Williamson's Plantation, Rocky Mount, Hanging Rock, Fish Dam Ford, Blackstocks, Cowpens, Friday's Ferry, Nelson's Ferry.
Martin, James Nathaniel Polk's Regiment of Light Dragoons 1781 1781 A Captain under Lt. Col. William Polk.  Wounded at Eutaw Springs. Earlier in NC Militia. Many soldiers get this man mixed up with Nathaniel Marshall Martin below. Eutaw Springs.
Martin, John SC 2nd Regiment 1779 1780 From Kershaw District. Was a Lieutenant. A Captain in 1779, POW at the Fall of Charleston. Exchanged Nov. 1780, served to end of war as Captain, unit and dates unknown. Siege of Charleston 1780.
Martin, John Lower Ninety-Six District Regiment A Captain under Lt. Col./Col. Samuel Hammond (Hammond's Regiment of Light Dragoons), dates unknown.
Martin, Lewis Daniel SC 5th Regiment 1778 1780 SC 5th Regiment disbanded February 11, 1780.
Martin, Nathaniel Marshall Polk's Regiment of Light Dragoons 1781 1781 A Captain under Lt. Col. William Polk.  Wounded at Eutaw Springs. Earlier in NC Militia. Many soldiers get this man mixed up with James Nathaniel Martin above. Friday's Ferry, Orangeburgh #1, St. James Goose Creek Church, Quinby's Bridge, Shubrick's Plantation, Fort Dorchester, Eutaw Springs.
Martin, Ned Turkey Creek Regiment A Captain under Col. Edward Lacey.  Dates unknown.
Martin, Samuel Polk's Regiment of Light Dragoons 1781 1781 A Captain under Lt. Col. William Polk. Fort Granby #1, Orangeburgh #1, Quinby's Bridge, Shubrick's Plantation, Eutaw Springs
Martin, William SC 4th Regiment 1780 1780 A Captain in the SC 4th Regiment and a GA unit. After the Fall of Charleston, a Captain under Col. Richard Winn (Fairfield Regiment).  Killed near Augusta 9/15/1780. McKay's Trading Post (GA),
Martindale, John 2nd Spartan Regiment 1780 A Captain under Col. Thomas Brandon.
Maskall, "Unknown" SC 3rd Regiment 1778 Promoted to Captain in 1778.
Mason, Richard SC 2nd Regiment 1778 1780 Enlisted as Lieutenant. Promoted to Captain 11/25/1778.  POW at the Fall of Charleston. Later a Captain in Marion's Brigade, unit and dates not known. Charleston Neck 1779, Siege of Savannah w/35 men, Siege of Charleston 1780.
Mason, William SC 2nd Regiment 1775 1779 Later a Captain under Col. Thomas Taylor (Camden District Regiment), dates unknown. Sullivan's Island
Masters, Edward Fairfield Regiment 1781 1782 A Captain under Col. Richard Winn.
Matthews, Benjamin Colleton County Regiment 1779 1780 Johns Island Company.  Promoted to Captain.  POW at the Fall of Charleston, exchanged after 13 months. Siege of Charleston 1780.
Matthews, John Raven Charles Town District Regiment Captain of the True Blue Company within the 1st Batallion.  Earlier a Lieutenant in the Colleton County Regiment.  Dates unknown.  Later, Governor of SC 1782-1783. Charleston Neck 1779, Stono Ferry, Siege of Savannah, Siege of Charleston 1780
Mattox, David A Captain under Gen. Butler.  Nothing more known.
Maxwell, David Lower Ninety-Six District Regiment A Captain under Col. LeRoy Hammond after the Fall of Charleston.  Dates unknown.  Also a Captain under Col. Robert Anderson (Upper Ninety-Six District Regiment), dates unknown. Siege of Savannah (GA), Siege of Ninety-Six 1781
Maxwell, Robert Upper Ninety-Six District Regiment 1779 1783 A Captain in a Ranger unit 1781-1783 under Col. Robert Anderson.  Also served under Col. LeRoy Hammond (Lower Ninety-Six District Regiment). Camden, Cowpens, Siege of Ninety-Six 1781, Indian Villages
May, Benjamin Fairfield Regiment 1776 1781 Lieutenant and Captain of Horse in the Militia.  1775-1780, in Fairfield Regiment. 1780-1781, in Kershaw Regiment, in Marion's Brigade. From what is now Fairfield County. Fort Granby #2, St. James Goose Creek Church, Eutaw Springs
May, James Roebuck's Battalion of Spartan Regiment A Captain in Militia, dates unknown.  Contracted a disease which took his eyesight.  
Maybank, Joseph Berkeley County Regiment 1775 1776 4/2/1776 promoted to Colonel/Commander of Berkeley County Regiment.  Wounded at Hickory Hill, GA 6/28/1779.
Mayfield, John Ninety-Six District Regiment 1775 1775 Ordered by Col. Huger for the Rangers to put into a guardhouse on 12/9/1775.  Later became a Loyalist leader.
Maynor, William Granville County Regiment 1780 After the Fall of Charleston, in the Lower Granville County Regiment. Siege of Charleston 1780, Parker's Ferry #2
Maysfield, Robert Spartan Regiment 1776 1781 A Captain under Col. John Thomas, Sr.  1777-1781, in 1st Spartan Regiment as Captain.
Mazyck, Daniel SC 2nd Regiment 1778 1782 1st Lieutenant Jan 1777, promoted to Captain 5/6/1778.  POW at the Fall of Charleston.  Exchanged June 1781. Served rest of war as a Captain in Marion's Brigade, unit unknown. Charleston Neck 1779, Siege of Savannah w/42 men, Siege of Charleston 1780.
McA, "Unknown" Upper Ninety-Six District Regiment 1780 A Captain, killed at the battle of Camden.  Nothing more known. Camden.
McAfee, John New Acquisition District Regiment A Captain under Col. Thomas Neel.  Dates unknown.  aka John McAffee.
McAfee, Robert New Acquisition District Regiment 1776 1779 A Captain under Col. Thomas Neel. Cherokee Expedition 1776
McAlpin, Alexander Upper Craven County Regiment A Captain in Militia before and after the Fall of Charleston.  Dates unknown.  Aka Alexander McCalpin.
McBee, Vardry Spartan Regiment 1776 1782 A Captain under Col. John Thomas 1776-1780 (1777 - 1st Spartan Regiment).  A Captain under Col. Benjamin Roebuck (Roebuck's Battalion of Spartan Regiment) 1780-1782. Kings Mountain.
McBride, John Horry's Regiment 1781 1782 August 1780, a Lieutenant. 1781, a Captain under Lt. Col. Peter Horry (SC 4th Regiment of State Dragoons). Eutaw Springs.
McCall, James SC 3rd Regiment 1775 1777 1777, a Captain and a Major under Lt. Col. Andrew Pickens (Lower District Regiment), and a Lt. Col. In SC State Troops under BG Thomas Sumter.  Died May 1781 of Smallpox. Ninety-Six 1775, Cherokee Indian Towns.
McCall, John Charles Town District Regiment 1775 1776 In early 1775, under Col. Charles Pinckney.  Captain of Grenadier Company. Fort Moultrie.
McCarter, John Upper Ninety-Six District Regiment Dates unknown.
McCarter, William Hill's Regiment of Light Dragoons A Captain under Col. William Hill and Lt. Col. Peter Horry (SC 4th Regiment of State Dragoons), dates unknown.
McCauley, George SC 4th Regiment of State Dragoons A Captain under Lt. Col. Peter Horry.  Dates unknown.  aka George McCanley
McCauley, James Kingstree Regiment 1780 1782 A Captain under Col. Archibald McDonald before and after the Fall of Charleston. A Lieutenant and a Captain (3/11/1781) in Marion's Brigade under Lt. Col. Peter Horry 1781-1782. Siege of Charleston, Halfway Swamp #1, Georgetown #6, Wiboo Swamp, Fort Motte, Quinby's Bridge, Shubrick's Plantation, Moncks Corner #4
McCauley, John Kingstree Regiment 1780 1782 From Williamsburg District.  Captain of the South Black River Company. Siege of Charleston 1780, Great Savannah, Blue Savannah, Black Mingo, Tearcoat Swamp, Halfway Swamp #1
McCauley, William Berkeley County Regiment 1780 1782 A Captain under Col. Richard Richardson, Jr.  
McClaren, Daniel 2nd Spartan Regiment 1779 1782 A Captain under Col. Thomas Brandon (2nd Spartan Regiment)  1779-1780.  A Lieutenant, Captain, and Major after battle of Cowpens, under Col. Benjamin Roebuck (Roebuck's Battalion of Spartan Regiment).  Also served under Col. William Bratton (New Acquisition District Regiment).  Guilford Court House (NC) (In New Acquisition District Regiment)
McClary, John A Captain in Sumter's Brigade.  Dates unknown.
McClaughlin, William Colleton County Regiment 1775 1776 Captain of the Beach Hill Company.
McCleland, William Upper Ninety-Six District Regiment A Captain under Col. Andrew Pickens.  Dates unknown.
McClenahan, Finney New Acquisition District Regiment 1775 1776 A Captain in Militia 1775-1776. Fort Moultrie.
McClintick, "Unknown" SC 3rd Regiment 1778 Nothing more known.
McClintock, "Unknown" A Captain under BG Thomas Sumter and BG William Henderson, regiment and dates unknown.
McClintock, William SC 6th Regiment 1776 1778 Died 5/24/1778. Fort Moultrie,
McCloud, John New Acquisition District Regiment 1780 1781 A Captain 1780-1781.  Fish Dam Ford, Blackstocks
McClure, Hugh Turkey Creek Regiment 1780 1782 Promoted from Lieutenant to Captain of Horse under Col. Edward Lacey after battle of Hanging Rock. Fort Granby #1, Big Savannah
McClure, John New Acquisition District Regiment 1776 1780 A Captain under Lt. Col/Col. Edward Lacey (1780 - Turkey Creek Regiment). Promoted to Major for about a month in 1780. Wounded at Hanging Rock, died 8/18/1780 as result.  Called his unit the Chester Rocky Creek Irish. Siege of Charleston 1780 (Escaped), Mobley's Meetinghouse, Rocky Mount, Beckhamville, Ramseur's Mill (NC), Williamson's Plantation.
McConnell, John New Acquisition District Regiment 1780 1780 1780, a Lieutenant and a Captain under Col. William Bratton.  Later, a Private again. Hanging Rick, Fishing Creek, Blackstocks.
McCool, John Fairfield Regiment 1779 1782 1779, a Captain under Lt. Col. Joseph Brown.  1780, a Captain under Col. Richard Winn.  A Captain under Col. Thomas Brandon (2nd Spartan Regiment) later in 1780.  A Captain under Lt. Col. David Hopkins in the Fairfield Regiment during 1781. Briar Creek (GA), Williamson's Plantation, Rocky Mount, Hanging Rock, Fishing Creek, Fish Dam Ford, Blackstocks, Sandy River, Eutaw Springs, Edisto River
McCord, John Orangeburgh District Regiment 1780 1781 8/15/1780, a Captain under Lt. Col. John Russell, BG Thomas Sumter.  1781, SC 2nd Regiment of State Dragoons. Orangeburgh #1.
McCormick, James Camden District Regiment A Captain under BG Richard Richardson.  Dates unknown.
McCottry, Robert Berkeley County Regiment 1780 1782

From Williamsburg District.  Captain of the Cedar Swamp & Black Mingo Company of Williamsburg Township Militia.  Served at various times under Col. Richard Richardson, Jr. (Berkeley County Regiment) and Col. Archibald McDonald (Kingstree Regiment).

Robert and William were brothers who were both Captains that served together at the same - they established McCottry's Rifles. It is difficult to determine which one participated in each battle/skirmish, so they both get assigned all until someone manages to sort things out.

Great Savannah, Blue Savannah, Tearcoat Swamp, Halfway Swamp #1, Georgetown #6, Wiboo Swamp, Mount Hope Swamp, Black River Bridge, Sampit Bridge #1, Sampit Bridge #2, Witherspoon's Ferry, Fort Watson #2, Fort Motte, Quinby's Bridge, Shubrick's Plantation, Eutaw Springs
McCottry, William Berkeley County Regiment 1780 1782

From Williamsburg District.  Captain of the Cedar Swamp & Black Mingo Company of Williamsburg Township Militia.  Served at various times under Col. Richard Richardson, Jr. (Berkeley County Regiment) and Col. Archibald McDonald (Kingstree Regiment).

Robert and William were brothers who were both Captains that served together at the same - they established McCottry's Rifles. It is difficult to determine which one participated in each battle/skirmish, so they both get assigned all until someone manages to sort things out.

Great Savannah, Blue Savannah, Tearcoat Swamp, Halfway Swamp #1, Georgetown #6, Wiboo Swamp, Mount Hope Swamp, Black River Bridge, Sampit Bridge #1, Sampit Bridge #2, Witherspoon's Ferry, Fort Watson #2, Fort Motte, Quinby's Bridge, Shubrick's Plantation, Eutaw Springs
McCowen, Samuel 2nd Spartan Regiment A Lieutenant and a Captain under Col. William Henderson.  Dates unknown.
McCoy, Ranal 1780 A Captain during 1780, noting else known. McKay's Trading Post (GA)
McCracken, Arthur Little River District Regiment 1779 A Lieutenant and a Captain under Lt. Col. Levi Casey. 
McCrary, Thomas Little River District Regiment 1776 1781 A Captain under Col. James Williams and Col. Thomas Brandon (2nd Spartan Regiment).  
McCraw, John A Captain in Militia.  Nothing more known Ninety-Six District, probably after 1780
McCreery, Robert Ninety-Six District Regiment 1775 1778 A Captain under Maj. Andrew Williamson.  1778 a Lt. Colonel under Col. James Williams.  At Siege of Charleston under Col. Andrew Pickens.  Aka Robert McCrary. Ninety-Six 1775, Florida Expedition 1778.
McCuffee, Robert New Acquisition District Regiment 1777 A Captain under Col. Thomas Neel in Dec. 1777.
McCulloch, George New Acquisition District Regiment 1776 1779 A Captain under Col. Thomas Neel.  Aka George McCullough. Briar Creek (GA)
McCulloch, William New Acquisition District Regiment 1778 1780 A Captain under Col. Thomas Neel.   Briar Creek (GA)
McCullough, George 1782 1782 From Cheraws District.  A Captain during 1782, regiment unknown.
McDaniel, Archibald Lower Craven County Regiment 1776 1779 Captain of the Little River District Company.  Enlisted in SC 2nd Regiment 7/1/1779, apparently a Captain. Fort Moultrie, Siege of Charleston 1780
McDaniel, James SC Light Dragoons 1779 1780 A Captain under Maj. James Maham and Col. Daniel Horry. This man is probably the same man as James McDonald below.
McDonald, Adam SC 1st Regiment 1775 1776 Promoted to Major 9/16/1776.  He was killed in 1777.
McDonald, Archibald Lower Craven County Regiment 1778 1779 A Captain and a Major under Col. Hugh Giles.  Before the Fall of Charleston, established his own regiment and elected Colonel.
McDonald, James SC 2nd Regiment 1775 1777 6/17/1775, a Captain under Col. William Moultrie. Resigned on 6/3/1777. 1779, a Captain under Col. Daniel Horry in the SC Light Dragoons. Fort Moultrie.
McDonald, Middleton Fairfield Regiment A Captain under Col. Joseph Kershaw.  Dates unknown.
McDowell, David 1st Spartan Regiment 1778 A Captain under Col. John Thomas, Sr., then under Capt. John Thomas, Jr. 1781, a Captain under Col. Benjamin Roebuck (Roebuck's Battalion of Spartan Regiment).   Musgrove's Mill, Cowpens
McDowell, James Sr. Roebuck's Battalion of Spartan Regiment 1781 After the Fall of Charleston, a Lieutenant under Capt. Thomas Parsons and Col. Benjamin Roebuck.  At one time he was a Captain of the Pacolet River Company of Militia.  Dates unknown. Cowpens
McDowell, Robert 1st Spartan Regiment A Captain under Col. John Thomas Jr. and Col. Thomas Brandon (2nd Spartan Regiment), dates unknown.  (Late in the war.)
McDuff, Daniel SC 3rd Regiment Dates unknown.  Received several wounds.
McElduff, Daniel 2nd Spartan Regiment 1780 1782 A Captain Sep. 1780 to Sep. 1782 under Col. Thomas Brandon.
McElhenney, John Spartan Regiment 1776 1781 1776, a Captain under Col. John Thomas, Sr.  A Captain under Lt. Col./Col. Samuel Hammond (Hammond's Regiment of Light Dragoons) during 1781.  aka John McElhenny.
McElmore, "Unknown" Fairfield Regiment A Captain under Col. John Winn and Col. Richard Winn.  Dates unknown.
McElvy, Robert SC Light Dragoons 1780 1780 A Captain under Maj. Hezekiah Maham during 1780.  After the Fall of Charleston, a Captain under Maj. / Lt. Col. Hezekiah Maham, dates unknown. (Maham's Light Dragoons, SC 3rd Regiment of State Dragoons). Blackstocks
McFalls, John SC 1st Regiment of State Dragoons 1781 A Captain under Col. Wade Hampton. From Mecklenburg County, NC. Earlier in NC Militia.
McFaddin, Thomas Berkeley County Regiment 1782 1782 1st Lieutenant, Captain, and Adjutant during 1782 in Marion's Brigade.
McGaw, John Upper Ninety-Six District Regiment 1779 1783 A Lieutenant and a Captain under Col. Andrew Pickens and Col. Robert Anderson before and after the Fall of Charleston. Siege of Ninety-Six 1781, Indian Villages
McGaw, William Ninety-Six District Regiment A Private and a Captain under Maj. Andrew Williamson, Col. Andrew Pickens.  Later, a Captain under Col. Robert Anderson (Upper Ninety-Six District Regiment).  Dates unknown. Florida Expedition 1778, Kettle Creek (GA), Stono Ferry.
McGay, William Hill's Regiment of Light Dragoons 1781 1781 A Captain under Col. William Hill during 1781.
McGirth, "Unknown" A Captain in Militia, regiment and dates unknown.
McGowan, Robert Camden District Regiment A Captain under Lt. Col. John Russell.  Dates unknown.
McGowan, William Camden District Regiment A Captain under Lt. Col. Robert Goodwin.  Dates unknown.
McGowen, "Unknown" 1st Spartan Regiment 1779 1783 A Captain under Lt. Col./Col. Philemon Waters.  
McGraw, Thomas Cheraws District Regiment 1780 1783 A Captain in Militia 1780-1783.  
McGriff, Patrick Turkey Creek Regiment 1780 1780 During 1780, a Captain, Major, and Lt. Colonel under Col. Edward Lacey. Rocky Mount, Camden, Fishing Creek
McGuire, Henry A Captain.  Nothing more known.
McIlhenny, James 2nd Spartan Regiment 1779 1782 1779, a Captain under Col. Thomas Brandon.  A Captain 6/1/1780 under Col. John Thomas, Jr. (1st Spartan Regiment)  May 1781, a Captain under Lt. Col./Col. Samuel Hammond (Hammond's Regiment of Light Dragoons).  Later under Col. Benjamin Roebuck (Roebuck's Batallion of Spartan Regiment). Hill's Iron Works, Cedar Springs, Siege of Ninety-Six 1781, Siege of Augusta.
McIlhenny, John Spartan Regiment A Captain under Col. John Thomas.  Dates unknown.  Probably same man as John McElhenney above. Cherokee Expedition 1776
McIntosh, Alexander Cheraws District Regiment 1780 1782 From Cheraws District.  Captain and Major under Col. Lemuel Benton - in Marion's Brigade. Halfway Swamp #1, Georgetown #6, Wiboo Swamp
McJunkin, Joseph 1st Spartan Regiment 1777 1780 First under Capt. Thomas Brandon and Col. John Thomas in 1775.  Promoted to Captain 5/1/1777 in 1st Spartan Regiment under Col. John Thomas, Sr.  1779, a Captain under Col. Thomas Brandon (2nd Spartan Regiment) and Col. James Williams (Little River District Regiment).   Promoted to Major Nov. 1780 under Col. Thomas Brandon. POW at Camden Jail.  Contracted Smallpox.  Paroled. Rocky Mount, Hanging Rock, Musgrove's Mill.
McKay, Daniel Spartan Regiment A Captain as early as 1776 in the original Spartan Regiment.  A Captain under Col. Thomas Brandon (2nd Spartan Regiment).  Dates unknown.  Aka Daniel McKee. Cherokee Expedition 1776
McKelvey, Robert SC 3rd Regiment of State Dragoons 1781 1782 First Sumter's Aide-de-Camp. Later a Lieutenant and Captain under Maj. / Lt. Col. Hezekiah Maham. Probably same man as Robert McElvy above. Blackstocks
McKenzie, John SC 6th Regiment 1777 1781 First a Captain in VA unit.  Moved to Williamsburg District.  1778-1779, a Captain under Col. Thomas Sumter.  1780, a Captain under Lt. Col. Richard Hampton (Orangeburgh District Regiment).  1781, a Captain under Col. William Hill (Hill's Regiment of Light Dragoons).  Later, a Captain in NC militia. Rocky Mount, Hanging Rock, Camden, Rugeley's Mill #1, Hill's Iron Works, Guilford Court House (NC), Beattie's Ford, Orangeburgh #1.
McKenzie, William Orangeburgh District Regiment 1780 1781 A Captain in Orangeburgh District Regiment prior to the Fall of Charleston.  A Captain under Col. William Hill (Hill's Regiment of Light Dragoons) during 1780-1781.  May have made it to Major.  Fishing Creek, Kings Mountain, Orangeburgh #1, Quinby's Bridge, Shubrick's Plantation, Eutaw Springs
McKinney, John Camden District Regiment 1779 1782 1777, a Lieutenant under Col. Winn.  1779-1780, a Captain under Lt. Col. Thomas Taylor.  1780-1782, a Captain under Col. Thomas Taylor, Col. James Postell (Kershaw Regiment), Col. Edward Lacey (Turkey Creek Regiment). Siege of Ninety-Six 1781, Eutaw Springs
McKoy, "Unknown" Upper Granville County Regiment A Captain under Col. William Harden, dates unknown.
McLaughlin, Thomas Colleton County Regiment 1775 1781 A Captain and Lt. Colonel under Lt. Col./Col. Isaac Hayne.  Killed 7/8/1781 at Horse Shoe. Port Royal Island #1
McLemore, Joel Camden District Regiment 1780 1781 From Richland District.  A Captain and a Commissary under Lt. Col./Col. Thomas Taylor.  Captured at Fishing Creek, but escaped. Fishing Creek.
McManess, Thomas Upper Craven County Regiment 1776 1779 1775, a Lieutenant in the St. David's Parish Company of Volunteers.  Promoted to Captain under Col. George Hicks.  Aka Thomas McManis.
McManus, Charles Fairfield Regiment A Lieutenant for 161 Days.  At some time, a Captain under Col. Richard Winn.  Dates unknown.  Known in Feb. 1782.
McMillan, William Camden District Regiment 1775 A Captain under Col. Richard Richardson.
McMullen, William New Acquisition District Regiment A Captain under Col. Andrew Neel, Col. Thomas Brandon (2nd Spartan Regiment).  Dates unknown.
McPeters, "Unknown" 1st Spartan Regiment 1780 A Captain in 1780.
McQueen, Alexander SC 1st Regiment 1780 1780 Was a Lieutenant.  Also an Adjutant to BG William Moultrie.
McQueen, John Charles Town District Regiment 1775 Captain of the Ranger Company, also known as the Volunteer Company of Forresters within the 1st Batallion. Fort Moultrie, Charleston Neck 1779, Siege of Savannah, Siege of Charleston 1780
McRae, Duncan Lower Ninety-Six District Regiment 1778 1780 From Cheraws District.  A Lieutenant in the Spartan Regiment, and a Captain under Lt. Col. Benjamin Roebuck and Col. Thomas Neel (New Acquisition District Regiment).
McWilliams, John Turkey Creek Regiment 1780 1781 Lieutenant and Captain under Col. Edward Lacey.
McWhorter, Robert Spartan Regiment 1775 A Captain under Col. John Thomas, Sr.  Apparently served till late in the war under Col. Benjamin Roebuck (Roebuck's Battalion of Spartan Regiment). Cherokee Expedition 1776, Watkins
Means, Hugh 2nd Spartan Regiment 1780 Promoted from Lieutenant to Captain 6/8/1780 under Col. Thomas Brandon.  Also, a Captain under Col. William Bratton (New Acquisition District Regiment), dates unknown. Musgrove's Mill, Blackstocks (2nd Spartan Regiment)
Mee, George 1780 1781 Adjutant, Captain, and Brigade Major under BG Thomas Sumter.
Meek, Adam SC 1st Regiment of State Dragoons 1780 1781 A Lieutenant under Col. William Bratton.  A Captain and a Major under Lt. Col./Col. Wade Hampton.
Meek, James New Acquisition District Regiment A Captain under Col. William Bratton.  Also, a Captain under Col. William Hill (Hill's Regiment of Light Dragoons) and Lt. Col. John Moffett.  Later, a Captain under Col. James Postell (Kershaw Regiment).  Dates unknown. Kings Mountain.
Meek, Thomas Fairfield Regiment 1780 1780 A Captain under Col. John Winn.
Melton, John Lower Craven County Regiment 1780 1782 A Captain in Marion's Brigade 1780-1782 under Col. Hugh Giles.   Black Mingo, Allston's Plantation
Melvin, George Continental Army 1779 1779 During 1779, a Captain in the Continental Line.  Earlier, a ship's Captain.
Middleton, Hugh SC 3rd Regiment 1775 1780 Promoted to Captain Nov. 1775.  Major 1780.  Lt. Colonel in Militia 1781. Ninety-Six 1775.
Middleton, James Ninety-Six District Regiment 1775 1780 At Ninety-Six (1775) with 3 men.  A Captain in Lower Ninety-Six District Regiment 1778-1780. Ninety-Six 1775, Briar Creek (GA).
Migon, John 1781 1781 A Captain in Militia during 1781.  Nothing more known.
Miles, Charles Fairfield Regiment 1780 1781 Earlier a Lieutenant.  A Captain and a Major under Col. Richard Winn.
Miles, John Camden District Regiment 1781 A Captain under Col. Thomas Taylor during 1781.  Jailed at Camden, then hung without a trial by the British. Fort Granby #1, Fort Granby #2
Miles, John 1782 1782 A Private, Lieutenant, and Captain in 1782.  Nothing more known.
Miles, Richard Fairfield Regiment 1781 1781 A Captain under Maj. Charles Miles 4/1/1781 to 6/19/1781.  Adjutant to Col. Edward Lacey.
Miles, William 1st Spartan Regiment A Captain under Col. John Thomas.  Dates unknown.  Killed by Loyalists.
Miller, Andrew SC 3rd Regiment 1776 1781 1776, reinlisted in SC 3rd Regiment as Captain.  A Lieutenant and a Captain in the Little River District Regiment 1779-1781.  At some time, served under Col. Robert Anderson (Upper Ninety-Six District Regiment).  Killed at Battle of Cowpens. Cowpens.
Miller, James Little River District Regiment 1780 1781 A Captain in Militia and killed at Battle of Cowpens. Cowpens.
Miller, John New Acquisition District Regiment A Captain in Militia and a prisoner at Carr's Fort (GA) 2/10/1779.  In the New Acquisition District Regiment around Feb. 1780.  Then, in Turkey Creek Regiment by July 1780. Carr's Fort (GA), Briar Creek (GA), Rocky Mount, Hanging Rock, Fish Dam Ford.
Milling, Hugh SC 6th Regiment 1779 1780 1777-1780 in SC 6th Regiment as QM, Lieutenant, and Captain.  POW at the Fall of Charleston. Siege of Charleston 1780.
Mills, "Unknown" Colleton County Regiment 1779 Nothing more known.
Mills, John Fairfield Regiment 1777 1782 1777-1780, a Captain under Col. John Winn and Lt. Col. William Bratton (New Acquisition District Regiment).  After the Fall of Charleston, a Lieutenant and Captain under Col. Edward Lacey (Turkey Creek Regiment) and under Col. James Williams (Little River District Regiment).  1781, a Captain under Lt. Col. Henry Hampton (Hampton's Regiment of Light Dragoons).  1782, a Lt. Colonel/Commander of his own Ranger Unit under BG William Henderson.  From Williamsburg District. Mobley's Meetinghouse, Kings Mountain, Hanging Rock, Lee's Creek, Fishing Creek, Fish Dam Ford, Blackstocks, Thomson's Plantation, Friday's Ferry, St. James Goose Creek Church, Quinby's Bridge, Shubrick's Plantation, Eutaw Springs
Mills, William Charles Town District Regiment 1775 1780 Captain of the St. Bartholomew's Parish Militia.  At the Fall of Charleston. Siege of Charleston 1780.
Millwee, James Ninety-Six District Regiment 1777 1782 1778-1782, a Captain under Lt. Col/Col. Robert Anderson (Upper Ninety-Six District Regiment).
Milton, John 1780 1782 From Georgia. Not same man as South Carolina Captain John Melton. A Captain in Marion's Brigade 1780-1782. Allston's Plantation
Milwee, William Little River District Regiment 1776 1780 A Captain under Col. James Williams.   1780, a prisoner of the Loyalists.  May 1781, served under Gen. Nathanael Greene, unit unknown.  1782, served under BG Andrew Pickens, regiment unknown.  May be same man as William Mulwee below. Stono Ferry, Siege of Savannah.
Minter, John Cheraws District Regiment A Lieutenant and a Captain in Militia, unit and dates unknown.  After the Fall of Charleston, a Captain in Cheraws District Regiment.
Mitchell, Ephraim SC 4th Regiment 1776 1779 Was a Lieutenant in the SC 1st Regiment. May 1776, a Captain in SC 4th Regiment. Major 6/20/1779. POW at the Fall of Charleston. Captain and Major in Continental Regiment of Artillery during 1782-1783.
Mitchell, Isaac Little River District Regiment 1777 A Captain under Lt. Col. James Williams.
Mitchell, James SC 4th Regiment 1778 1780 From Goose Creek.  Lieutenant and Captain in SC 4th Regiment.  Wounded at Battle of Stono Ferry.  Wounded at Battle of Hanging Rock as Captain under Col. Richard Winn (Fairfield Regiment). Briar Creek (GA), Charleston Neck 1779, Stono Ferry, Siege of Charleston 1780, Williamson's Plantation, Hanging Rock.
Mitchell, John Lower Ninety-Six District Regiment 1780 1781 A Captain under Col. LeRoy Hammond and Lt. Col./Col. Samuel Hammond (Hammond's Regiment of Light Dragoons).  Dates unknown.
Mitchell, Thomas Kingstree Regiment 1780 1782 From Williamsburg District.  A Captain under Maj./Lt. Col. Hugh Horry. Also assigned to Lt. Col. Peter Horry in August 1780 to burn boats along the Santee River. Tearcoat Swamp, White's Plantation
Mitchell, William SC 4th Regiment 1779 1780 2nd Lt. and 1st Lt.  Promoted to Captain 1779.  Killed at the Fall of Charleston. Charleston Neck 1779, Siege of Charleston 1780.
Mitchison, Edward Roebuck's Battalion of Spartan Regiment At one time, an Adjutant and Acting Captain under Lt. Col. Henry White, Col. Benjamin Roebuck.
Mitchison, William Lower Ninety-Six District Regiment A Captain under Lt. Col./Col. Benjamin Roebuck (Roebuck's Battalion of Spartan Regiment) before and after the Fall of Charleston.  Dates unknown.
Mixon, Francis 1782 1782 32 days as a Captain in Militia during 1782.  Nothing more known.
Mobley, Eleazer Fairfield Regiment 1779 1780 A Captain under Col. John Winn during 1779-1780.
Moffett, John New Acquisition District Regiment 1775 1782 A Captain under Col. Richard Richardson in Snow Campaign.  A Captain under Col. Edward Lacey (Turkey Creek Regiment) at battle of Kings Mountain.  He then served as a Captain under Col. Samuel Watson (New Acquisition District Regiment) then under Col. William Hill (Hill's Regiment of Light Dragoons), Col./BG Thomas Sumter 1780-1782.  A Lt. Colonel in Sumter's Brigade during 1782 under BG William Henderson.  Also, served under Col. Thomas Brandon (2nd Spartan Regiment), dates unknown. Hill's Iron Works, Brown's Creek, Williamson's Plantation, Rocky Mount, Hanging Rock, Kings Mountain, Fishing Creek, Blackstocks, Cowpens.
Mone, "Unknown" A Captain in the State Troops, regiment and dates unknown.
Monfort, "Unknown" A Captain.  Nothing more known.
Montgomery, John SC 6th Regiment 1777 A Captain in the SC 6th Regiment, dates unknown.  A Captain and an Adjutant 1780-1783 in the 2nd Spartan Regiment. 
Montgomery, Robert Camden District Regiment 1778 1782 A Captain under Col. Joseph Kershaw 1778-1780.  After the Fall of Charleston, a Captain under Col. Thomas Brandon in the 2nd Spartan Regiment. Purrysburg, Williamson's Plantation, Wofford's Iron Works, Blackstocks, Cowpens, Eutaw Springs
Moody, "Unknown" Upper Ninety-Six District Regiment 1780 1780 A Captain under Lt. Col. Robert Anderson during 1780.
Moon, John New Acquisition District Regiment 1776 1780 Captain of the Turkey Creek Volunteer Company. Stono Ferry.
Moore, Eliah Roebuck's Battalion of Spartan Regiment 1780 1781 A Private, a Captain, and a Lt. Colonel under Col. Benjamin Roebuck.
Moore, Francis SC 2nd Regiment of State Dragoons 1781 1781 A Captain under Col. Charles Myddleton.  One source asserts he was also a Major. Friday's Ferry, Orangeburgh #1, Myddleton's Ambuscade, Quinby's Bridge, Shubrick's Plantation, Eutaw Springs
Moore, Isham Camden District Regiment A Captain under Lt. Col. Richard Singleton.  Known 1776-1779.
Moore, James 1780 1781 A Private and a Captain in Militia, unit unknown.
Moore, James Granville County Regiment 1776 1781 A Captain in Granville County Regiment, then in Upper Granville County Regiment. Pocotaligo Road, Pocotaligo/Fort Balfour
Moore, James Lower Ninety-Six District Regiment 1778 1780 1776, a Lieutenant.  Later, a Captain under Col. LeRoy Hammond during 1778. Florida Expedition, Siege of Savannah (GA), Siege of Charleston 1780
Moore, John Spartan Regiment 1776 1781 A Private and a Sergeant in SC 3rd Regiment.  Later, a Lieutenant, a Captain, and a Major under Col. John Thomas Sr., Col. Thomas Brandon (2nd Spartan Regiment), Lt. Col. Benjamin Roebuck (Lower Ninety-Six District Regiment), Col. Benjamin Roebuck (Roebuck's Batallion of Spartan Regiment).  1781, a Major under BG Andrew Pickens. Stono Ferry
Moore, Nathaniel Berkeley County Regiment 1777 1779 Also a Captain after the Fall of Charleston, assumed to be in same regiment.
Moore, Samuel Lower Ninety-Six District Regiment 1779 1781 Under Lt. Col. Benjamin Roebuck.  Also a Captain under Col. Robert Anderson (Upper Ninety-Six District Regiment).  Murdered by "Bloody Bill" Cunningham. Siege of Savannah, Kettle Creek (GA).
Moore, William Ninety-Six District Regiment 1776 1780 A Captain under Col. Andrew Williamson.  Later, a Captain in Little River District Regiment, dates unknown.
Moran, Henry Horry's Light Dragoons 1781 A Captain under Lt. Col. Peter Horry during 1781 (SC 4th Regiment of State Dragoons).
Morgan, Isaac 1st Spartan Regiment 1780 1781 1779, a Lt. and Captain in 1st Spartan Regiment.  1780-1781, a Captain under Col. Benjamin Roebuck (Roebuck's Battalion of Spartan Regiment).
Morrall, Daniel Georgetown District Regiment 1778 1782 1778, a Captain in the Georgetown District Regiment.  A Captain under Col. Archibald McDonald (Kingstree Regiment) 1780-1782.  aka Daniel Murrell. Bear Bluff, Wambaw Bridge
Morris, William Turkey Creek Regiment 1780 1781 A Captain under Maj. John Adair, Col. Edward Lacey, BG Thomas Sumter.  Dates unknown. Hanging Rock, Fish Dam Ford, Fort Granby #1, Thomson's Plantation, Orangeburgh #1
Morrow, Samuel Little River District Regiment 1776 A Captain under Col. James Williams. Lyndley's Fort, Cherokee Expedition 1776
Motte, Charles Charles Town District Regiment 1775 1779 Early 1775, a Captain under Col. Charles Pinckney.  June 1775, a Captain in SC 2nd Regiment. September of 1779 - a Major. Killed at Siege of Savannah on 10/9/1779. Fort Moultrie, Charleston Neck 1779.
Mouatt, John SC 1st Regiment 1776 1777 1775-1777, a Lieutenant and Captain.  Resigned 8/18/1777.  Reenlisted in 1780 as a Lieutenant under Maj. Joseph Darrel.  POW at the Fall of Charleston.  Prisoner at St. Augustine until 7/1/1781.  aka John Mowatt.
Moualt, William SC 1st Regiment 1777 Resigned 1777.
Moultrie, Alexander Charles Town District Regiment 1776 1779 Captain of the Charles Town Musketeers.  1779-1782 as Major and Colonel. Fort Moultrie
Moultrie, Thomas SC 2nd Regiment 1776 1780 Promoted from Lieutenant on 10/2/1776.  Killed at Charleston 4/24/1780. Charleton Neck 1779, Siege of Savannah w/35 men, Siege of Charleston 1780.
Moultrie, William Jr. SC 2nd Regiment 1776 1780 Was a Lieutenant. Appointed a Captain on 11/7/1776 and Aide-de-Camp to his father, Brig. Gen. William Moultrie.  POW at the Fall of Charleston.   Siege of Charleston 1780.
Mouzell, William Lower District Regiment A Captain under Lt. Col. Fain, Col. David Glynn, dates unknown.
Mouzon, Henry Lower Craven County Regiment 1780 1782 After the Fall of Charleston,  Captain of Kings Tree Company of the Williamsburgh Township Militia under Col. Hugh Giles.  In Marion's Brigade till end of the war. Wounded at the battle of Black Mingo. Great Savannah, Blue Savannah, Black Mingo, Witherspoon's Ferry.
Mullen, John New Acquisition District Regiment 1775 A Captain under Col. Thomas Neel during 1775.  1776, a Captain under Col. John Winn (Fairfield Regiment). Snow Campaign
Mulwee, James Little River District Regiment 1778 1779 A Captain during 1778-1779 under Lt. Col. Joseph Hayes. Augusta 1779
Mulwee, William Little River District Regiment 1778 1781 A Captain under Lt. Col. Robert McCreery.  May be same man as William Milwee above. Stono Ferry, Camden, Rugeley's Mills #1, Siege of Ninety-Six 1781, Eutaw Springs
Mumford, John Colleton County Regiment 1780 A Captain under Lt. Col. James Thompson.  Killed by Loyalists at Morris's Ford, while on his way to the Siege of Charleston. Morris Ford Earthworks
Munnerlyn, Benjamin Cheraws District Regiment A Private, Lieutenant and Captain in Marion's Brigade after the Fall of Charleston.  Dates unknown.
Munnerlyn, James Cheraws District Regiment 1782 1782 From Cheraws District.  A Lieutenant and a Captain in Marion's Brigade.  
Munnerlyn, John Cheraws District Regiment 1781 1781 A Lieutenant and a Captain in Marion's Brigade.
Murphy, Daniel Hill's Regiment of Light Dragoons A Captain under Col. William Hill.  Dates unknown.
Murphy, Malachi Jr. Upper Craven County Regiment 1781 Killed at Bass's Mill in August 1781.  Under Lt. Col. Maurice Murphy. Brown's Mill, Cashua Ferry Church, Bass's Mill.
Murphy, Maurice Cheraws District Regiment 1776 1780 From Darlington District.  A Captain under Col. George Gabriel Powell and Col. George Hicks (Upper Craven County Regiment) on 2/2/1776.  1780-1781, a Major in Marion's Brigade.  1781-1782, a Lt. Colonel in Marion's Brigade.  Aka Morris Murphey. Siege of Charleston 1780
Murray, "Unknown" Lower Ninety-Six District Regiment A Captain under Col. LeRoy Hammond, dates unknown.
Murrell, John Berkeley County Regiment 1778 A Captain under Col. Joseph Maybank.
Murrell, William Charles Town District Regiment 1781 1781 A Captain of the Christ Church Company of Militia 2/20/1781 to 5/15/1781.
Muse, Thomas Camden District Regiment 1778 1780 A Captain under Lt. Col. Robert Goodwin.
Myddleton, Charles Starke Orangeburgh District Regiment 1779 1780 Captain, Major in Orangeburgh District Regiment.  Lt. Colonel, and Colonel of SC 2nd Regiment of State Dragoons, under BG Thomas Sumter.  Wounded at Eutaw Springs.
Myers, Jacob Camden District Regiment 1782 Earlier a Lieutenant.  A Captain under Col. Thomas Taylor.
Nance, Peter Little River District Regiment 1775 1778 A Captain under Maj. Michael Dickson.  Later, a Private.
Napp, John Roebuck's Battalion of Spartan Regiment A Captain under Col. Benjamin Roebuck.  Dates unknown.  May be same man as John Mapp above.
Neal, Joseph Upper Ninety-Six District Regiment 1779 Commanded a Company of Spies. Carr's Fort (GA)
Neel, Andrew New Acquisition District Regiment 1776 A Captain, Major, and Colonel. Cherokee Expedition 1776
Neel, Thomas Jr. New Acquisition District Regiment 1777 1780 A Captain under his father Col. Thomas Neel, and his twin brother Col. Andrew Neel.  Killed at Battle of Rocky Mount. Rocky Mount.
Neel, William 1st Spartan Regiment 1778 A Captain under Col. John Thomas, Jr. during 1778.
Neely, George Turkey Creek Regiment 1781 1782 1781, elected Captain under Col. Edward Lacey. Fort Granby #1, St. James Goose Creek Church.
Neely, Samuel Hill's Regiment of Light Dragoons 1781 1781 A Lieutenant and a Captain under Col. William Hill.
Neilson, John Camden District Regiment 1777 1782 A Captain under Col. Richard Richardson.  A Captain in 1779 under Maj. William Fulwood (Little River District Regiment).  From Williamsburg District.  1780-1782, under Col. Richard Richardson, Jr. (Berkeley County Regiment) Tullifinny Hill, Siege of Charleston, Georgetown #6, St. James Goose Creek Church, Quinby's Bridge, Shubrick's Plantation
Nesbitt, George Roebuck's Battalion of Spartan Regiment 1780 1782 A Captain under Col. Benjamin Roebuck.
Nesbitt, Wilson Camden District Regiment Captain of the Waxhaw Creek Militia Company.  Dates unknown.
Nettles, William SC 5th Regiment 1779 1779 Known to be a Captain during 1779. Waxhaws.
Nettles, William Upper Craven County Regiment 1778 1778 A Captain under Lt. Col. Jacob Baxter during 1778.
Nettles, William Kershaw Regiment 1780 1782 From Kershaw District.  Sergeant and Sergeant Major under Capt. Welch and Col. Eli Kershaw.  1780, a Lieutenant under Capt. William Brewer.  Promoted to Captain 8/18/1780 under Col. James Postell. Hanging Rock (a Lt.), Fishing Creek (a Capt.), Radcliffe's Bridge, Fort Watson #2, Fort Granby #2, Parker's Ferry #2, Eutaw Springs.
Neusum, Thomas A Captain.  Nothing more known.
Newsom, Benjamin SC 2nd Regiment 1779 Killed by Indians in action in GA - March 1779.
Nisbett, John Roebuck's Battalion of Spartan Regiment 1781 1782 A Lieutenant June 1780 to June 1781.  A Captain October 1781 to October 1782 under Col. Benjamin Roebuck.
Nisbett, Samuel Roebuck's Battalion of Spartan Regiment 1780 1782 A Lieutenant and a Captain under Col. Benjamin Roebuck. Cowpens, Watkins, Siege of Ninety-Six 1781
Nisbett, William Camden District Regiment 1778 1781 1778-1780, a Captain in Camden District Regiment.  2/16/1781 to 5/15/1781, a Captain under Col. James Postell (Kershaw Regiment).  A Lieutenant under Maj. Robert Crawford 6/2/1781 to 9/14/1781.  Also, a Lieutenant under Lt. Col. Frederick Kimball during July of 1781.
Nixon, John Camden District Regiment 1775 1780 First, a Captain under Col. Richard Richardson.  Then, a Captain under Lt. Col. John Winn, Col. Joseph Kershaw (Fairfield Regiment).  Then, a Captain under Col. Edward Lacey (Turkey Creek Regiment).  Later, a Lt. Colonel under Col. Edward Lacey.  Killed 11/20/1780 in skirmish with Loyalists. Great Cane Brake, Snow Campaign, Lyndley's Fort, Briar Creek (GA), Fort Moultrie, Stono Ferry, Siege of Charleston 1780, Williamson's Plantation.
Noble, Alexander Ninety-Six District Regiment 1775 In early 1775, a Captain in Ninety-Six District.  Later, a Captain and Major under Col. Andrew Pickens - Pickens was his brother-in-law (Upper Ninety-Six District Regiment).  Dates unknown. Ninety-Six 1775, Cherokee Expedition 1776, Stono Ferry
North, Edward Charles Town District Regiment 1780 A Captain.  Dates unknown.  POW at St. Augustine. Siege of Charleston 1780.
Norwood, John Upper Ninety-Six District Regiment 1779 1783 From Cheraws District.  A Captain under Maj. Andrew Hamilton, Lt. Col. Robert Anderson.  A Lieutenant, then a Captain after the Battle of Cowpens in the Little River District Regiment.   Kettle Creek (GA), Siege of Charleston 1780, Eutaw Springs, Pratt's Mill, Indian Villages
Norwood, Theophilus Upper Ninety-Six District Regiment 1782 A Captain after Capt. John Wilson resigned in May 1782.
Odom, Archibald Upper Granville County Regiment A Private, a Lieutenant, and a Captain in Marion's Brigade.  Most likely under Col. William Harden in the Upper Granville County Regiment.  Dates unknown.
Odom, Benjamin Jr. Ninety-Six District Regiment 1777 1781 A Captain under Lt. Col. LeRoy Hammond as early as 1777. 1778, this would be the Lower Ninety-Six District Regiment.  A Captain under Col. William Harden (Upper Granville County Regiment) 5/7/1781 to 8/28/1781 (actually longer). Fort Galphin, Slaughter Field.
Odom, Daniel 1779 1779 A Captain in Militia during 1779.  Nothing more known
Ogier, Lewis SC Light Dragoons 1780 1782 A Lieutenant and a Captain under Col. Daniel Horry. January of 1781, junior Aide-de-Camp to Brig. Gen. Francis Marion.
Oldham, George Continental Army A Captain under Maj. Gen. Horatio Gates.  Dates unknown. Camden.
Oliphant, William SC 2nd Regiment 1776 1777 Was a Lieutenant.  A Captain on 2/24/1776.  Resigned 10/21/1777. Fort Moultrie.
Oliver, Peter Orangeburgh District Regiment 1780 1780 A Lieutenant and a Captain under Lt. Col. Charles Heatley.  After the Fall of Charleston he was made a Major under Maj. Daniel Tateman, Lt. Col. Jacob Rumph.
Osborne, Thomas Colleton County Regiment 1778 1780 A Lieutenant first in the Willtown Company during 1775.  1776, a Lieutenant under Capt. Isaac Hayne.  1778, a Captain under Lt.Col. Isaac Hayne.  aka Thomas Osborn. Siege of Savannah, Monck's Corner.
Ott, Gasper 1776 A Captain.  Nothing more known.
Ott, Jacob Orangeburgh District Regiment 1781 1782 A Captain in Militia for 60 days.  
Otterson, Samuel 2nd Spartan Regiment 1780 1782 A Captain commissioned 2/8/1780 under Col. Thomas Brandon.  1782, promoted to Major. Ramseur's Mill (NC), Rocky Mount, Hanging Rock, Blackstocks, Hopkin's Place, Cowpens, Love's Ford, Orangeburgh #1, Siege of Ninety-Six 1781.
Otterson, Thomas Fairfield Regiment 1778 A Lieutenant under Capt. John Winn, Col. Joseph Kershaw.  Then, a Captain.  aka Thomas Atterson.
Owen, Jonathan Colleton County Regiment A Sergeant, a Lieutenant, and a Captain under Lt. Col. James Thompson.  Dates unknown.
Owen, Thomas 1782 1782 A Captain in Militia during 1782.  Nothing more known.
Owens, John Little River District Regiment 1780 1781 A Captain in Militia.  Killed 11/19/1781.  Hayes' Station.
Owens, Jonathan Orangeburgh District Regiment 1782 1782 A Captain under Lt. Col. Richard Hampton in 1782.
Pace, Drury Ninety-Six District Regiment A Chaplain in the Militia with the rank of Captain.  Lived in what is now Edgefield Co.  After the Fall of Charleston, a Captain under Col. LeRoy Hammond (Lower Ninety-Six District Regiment). Stono Ferry, Siege of Savannah (GA)
Pagan, Alexander New Acquisition District Regiment 1779 1780 A Captain under Lt. Col./Col. Edward Lacey (Turkey Creek Regiment).  Killed at the battle of Fishing Creek 8/18/1780. Williamson's Plantation, Rocky Mount, Hanging Rock, Fishing Creek.
Palmer, Jacob 1st Spartan Regiment 1781 1782 A Captain under Lt. Col./Col. Philemon Waters.   Mid-1782, in New Acquisition District Regiment.
Palmer, John Berkeley County Regiment 1780 1782 A Captain in Marion's Brigade.
Palmer, Joseph New Acquisition District Regiment 1779 1781 A Captain and Commissary under Lt. Col./Col. Edward Lacey (Turkey Creek Regiment).  Also a Brigade Major under Col. Edward Lacey.
Palmer, Joshua 1st Spartan Regiment 1777 1780 1777, a Captain under Col. John Thomas.  1779, a Captain under Lt. Col. William Wofford.  1779, a Captain under Col. Thomas Brandon (2nd Spartan Regiment).  Feb. 1780, a Captain under Lt. Col. John Purvis (Cheraws District Regiment).  Resigned July 1780. Florida Expedition 1778, Stono Ferry, Briar Creek (GA).
Pardue, Field Lower Ninety-Six District Regiment 1780 1781 After the Fall of Charleston, a Lieutenant and a Captain in Militia.  A Major under Lt. Col./Col.  Samuel Hammond, mortally wounded.
Parrott, Thomas Sr. Fairfield Regiment 1781 1782 From Cheraws District.  A Lieutenant and a Captain under Col. Richard Winn and later a Captain under Lt. Col. John Pearson and Col. James Postell (Kershaw Regiment).
Parson, Major 1st Spartan Regiment 1778 1783 First, a Captain under Capt. John Thomas.  After the Fall of Charleston, a Captain under Col. Isaac Shelby (NC) and Col. Benjamin Roebuck (Roebuck's Battalion of Spartan Regiment).  1783, a Captain under Col. John Thomas Jr. (1st Spartan Regiment). Stono Ferry, Siege of Savannah (GA), Siege of Charleston 1780, then Hill's Iron Works, Thicketty Fort and Musgrove's Mill  (Under Col. Isaac Shelby - NC), Blackstocks, Kings Mountain, Cowpens, Fort Watson #1, Beattie's Mill, Siege of Augusta (GA)
Parsons, Thomas Fairfield Regiment 1778-1779, served under Col. John Winn.  Then, served under Col. Benjamin Roebuck (Roebuck's Battalion of Spartan Regiment), dates unknown. Blackstocks, Cowpens, Siege of Augusta (GA), Siege of Ninety-Six 1781
Parsons, William SC 5th Regiment 1780 1780
Pasley, Robert SC 5th Regiment 1777 1782 1777, a Captain under Col. Isaac Huger.  1781-1782, a Captain under Col. Lemuel Benton (Cheraws District Regiment) and Lt. Col. Maurice Murphy (Upper Craven County Regiment).  From Williamsburg District.  Aka Robert Paisley.
Pathright, "Unknown" Upper Craven County Regiment A Captain under Col. Jacob Baxter, dates unknown.
Patrie, Alexander SC 5th Regiment 1778 1780 A Captain under BG Isaac Huger.  
Patton, Matthew 1st Spartan Regiment 1779 1780 1/1/1779, elected Captain under Col. John Thomas.  Feb. 1779, a Captain under Col. Thomas Brandon (2nd Spartan Regiment).  Reenlisted as Private in June 1780. Augusta 1779, Thomas's Plantation, Stono Ferry, Siege of Savannah (GA).
Patton, Robert Camden District Regiment 1775 Commanded a Company of Catawba Indians under Maj. Andrew Williamson and Col. Richard Richardson.  1778, in SC 6th Regiment under Lt. Col. William Henderson.  1779, served under Col. John Winn (Fairfield Regiment).  1780, promoted to Lt. Colonel under Col. John Winn. Great Cane Brake, Snow Campaign, Fort Moultrie,  Stono Ferry
Pawling, Henry Little River District Regiment A Captain under Col. James Williams, dates unknown.
Pearis, Richard Upper Saluda District Regiment 1775 1775 A Captain in Militia 1775.  Deserted and joined Loyalists with Patrick Cunningham. Snow Campaign (as a Loyalist).
Pearson, Henry Little River District Regiment 1778 A Captain in Militia before and after the Fall of Charleston.  Dates unknown.  Also served under Col. Benjamin Roebuck (Roebuck's Battalion of Spartan Regiment).
Pearson, John Fairfield Regiment 1778 1781 From Richland District.  1778, a Captain under Col. John Winn.  After the Fall of Charleston, a Captain, a Major, and a Lt. Colonel in Marion's Brigade (Kershaw Regiment). Stono Ferry, Siege of Charleston 1780
Pearson, Joseph Little River District Regiment 1780 A Captain.  
Pearson, Moses Cheraws District Regiment 1780 1782 From Marlboro District.  A Lieutenant under Col. George Hicks.  A Captain under Col. Lemuel Benton. Halfway Swamp #1, Georgetown #6, Wiboo Swamp
Pearson, Robert 2nd Spartan Regiment 1778 1782 A Captain under Col. Thomas Brandon.
Peden, Samuel 1st Spartan Regiment 1780 1781 First under Capt. Andrew Barry and Col. John Thomas.  March 1780 an Ensign under Capt. John Barry.  May 1780, a Captain under Col. John Thomas, Jr.  Also served as Captain under Col. Benjamin Roebuck (Roebuck's Battalion of Spartan Regiment). Musgrove's Mill, Blackstocks.
Pegues, Claudius Jr. Cheraws District Regiment 1778 1783 From Marlboro District.  A Captain in Marion's Brigade.   Wounded at Eutaw Springs. Bass's Mill, Eutaw Springs.
Pelot, Charles 1781 1782 207 days as a Lieutenant and a Captain in Militia during 1781.
Perry, John Georgetown District Regiment 1781 1781 A Captain in Georgetown District Regiment in Marion's Brigade during 1781. Killed at the battle of Shubrick's Plantation. Quinby's Bridge, Shubrick's Plantation.
Peters, John New Acquisition District Regiment 1781 A Captain under Col. William Bratton.  Replaced Capt. William Hanna when he was promoted to Major. Friday's Ferry, Orangeburgh #1
Petrie, Alexander SC 5th Regiment - 1778 Was a Lieutenant. Resigned as a Captain on 10/8/1778. -
Pettigrew, James Little River District Regiment 1776 1776, a Captain.  Later, a Captain under Col. Robert Anderson (Upper Ninety-Six District Regiment).  Dates unknown. Stono Ferry, Cowpens, Haw River (NC), Siege of Ninety-Six 1781.
Petty, Luke Camden District Regiment A Captain under Col. Joseph Kershaw.  Dates unknown.  Later, under Col. James Postell (Kershaw Regiment), dates unknown. Stono Ferry, Eutaw Springs, Fort Dorchester
Pickens, Andrew Lower District Regiment 1775 1776 aka Dutch Fork Regiment.  Promoted to Major 1776.  Promoted to Lt. Colonel 1776.  Promoted to Colonel 1778.  Promoted to Brigadier General 1781. Ninety-Six 1775
Pickens, John Lower District Regiment 1775 1778 Also a Captain in the Upper Ninety-Six District Regiment 1778-1782. Cherokee Expedition 1776
Pickens, Joseph Lower District Regiment 1775 1778 Also a Captain under Lt. Col./Col. Robert Anderson (Upper Ninety-Six District Regiment) - 1778-1781.  Killed at Siege of Ninety-Six in June 1781. Cherokee Expedition 1776, Florida Expedition 1778, Kettle Creek (GA), Cowpens, Siege of Ninety-Six 1781.
Picket, Charles New Acquisition District Regiment 1782 A Captain under Col. William Bratton during 1782.
Pickles, William A Captain.  Nothing more known.
Pinckney, Charles Cotesworth SC 1st Regiment 1775 1775 Promoted to Major in Dec 1775.  Promoted to Lt. Colonel 9/16/1776.  Promoted to Colonel and Commandant of SC 1st Regiment 10/29/1776.   Left to join Gen. Washington.  Returned in early 1778. POW at fall of Charleston.  Exchanged Feb. 1782. Fort Johnson
Pinckney, John Roger Berkeley County Regiment 1776 A Captain under Maj. Thomas Mahan, Lt. Col. Hugh Horry.
Pinckney, Thomas SC 1st Regiment 1775 1778 Promoted to Major 5/1/1778.  POW at Battle of Camden.  Exchanged Dec. 1780.  Served to the end of the war as a Major in the Fairfield Regiment. Fort Moultrie
Pledger, Philip Cheraws District Regiment From Marlboro District.  A Captain in Militia.  Dates unknown.  ID'd as Captain Jan. 1778.
Plowden, Edward Craven County Regiment 1775 1780 Captain of the Kingston Company of Infantry, first under Col. Job Rothmaler.  Later in Lower Craven County Regiment. Fort Moultrie
Plummer, William Spartan Regiment 1775 A Captain under Col. John Thomas, Sr. Cherokee Expedition 1776
Polk, Ezekiel New Acquisition District Regiment 1775 1780 Had an independent company of Rangers prior to SC 3rd Regiment being formed.  Resigned from SC 3rd Regiment 7/29/1775.  Authorized to reform his independent Ranger Company again in the New Acquisition District, but was to still be under command of Col. William Thomson.  Later, a Lt. Colonel in the militia. Ninety-Six 1775, Great Cane Brake, Snow Campaign.
Polk, Lewis Camden District Regiment A Captain under Col. Thomas Taylor.  Dates unknown.  
Polk, Thomas Polk's Regiment of Light Dragoons 1781 1781 Under Lt. Col. William Polk, BG Sumter.  Killed Sept. 8, 1781 at Eutaw Springs.  One source says he was a Captain at Eutaw Springs. Eutaw Springs.
Pollard, James Little River District Regiment 1775 1778 A Captain under Lt. Col. Robert McCreery, Col. James Williams. Ninety-Six 1775, Cherokee Expedition 1776
Pollard, Richard Forks of Saluda District Regiment 1775 1776 A Captain under Col. Robert Starke.  1776, to be called the Lower District Regiment.  Died while in service. Great Cane Brake, Snow Campaign, Lyndley's Fort
Pollard, Richard SC 6th Regiment 1779 1780 Promoted to Sergeant 5/6/1776, promoted to Sergeant Major 6/2/1776, promoted to Lieutenant Feb. 1777. Promoted to Captain in November of 1779 with his commission backdated to 6/20/1779. Transferred to SC 1st Regiment Feb. 1780. POW at the Fall of Charleston and confined at Haddrell's Point. Siege of Charleston 1780 w/9 men.
Pollard, Robin Lower District Regiment 1776 Captain after his father's death (Richard Pollard). Siege of Ninety-Six 1781
Pope, Lewis Fairfield Regiment 1779 1782 1779, a Captain under Col. John Winn.  1780, a Private and a Lieutenant under Capt. William Kirkland.  A Captain under Col. Thomas Taylor (Camden District Regiment).   Stono Ferry
Pope, Solomon Lower Ninety-Six District Regiment From Edgefield District.  Captain of the Mine Creek Company under Col. LeRoy Hammond before and after the Fall of Charleston.  Dates unknown. Stono Ferry, Siege of Ninety-Six 1781, Eutaw Springs, Cloud's Creek #1
Port, Thomas Cheraws District Regiment 1775 1776 A Captain 11/30/1775 of the St. David's Parish Volunteers.
Porter, John Kingstree Regiment 1779 1780 A Captain under Col. Archibald McDonald and at the Fall of Charleston. Siege of Charleston 1780.
Post, John A Captain.  Nothing more known
Post, Thomas Georgetown District Regiment 1775 1776 Captain of the Prince Frederick's Parish 1st Company of Volunteer Militia.
Postell, Andrew Beaufort District Regiment 1775 1776 Captain of the Prince William's Parish Company of Horse.
Postell, James Camden District Regiment 1778 1779 Earlier, an Ensign in the St. Bartholomew's Parish Gentlemen Volunteers within the Colleton County Regiment.  A Captain under Col. Joseph Kershaw.  Promoted to Major, Lt. Colonel, and Colonel.  From Williamsburg District.
Postell, Jehu Georgetown District Regiment 1782 A Lieutenant and a Captain in Marion's Brigade.  Dates unknown.  1782, Colonel, commander of Georgetown District Regiment of Militia.
Postell, John SC 2nd Regiment 1780 1780 POW at the Fall of Charleston. Paroled. In his late 60s or early 70s. Returned to his home. Siege of Charleston 1780.
Postell, John Jr. Kingstree Regiment 1780 1782 1780, a Captain under Lt. Col. Peter Horry in the Kingstree Regiment. Under Lt. Col. Peter Horry in early 1781 (Horry's Light Dragoons and SC 4th Regiment of State Dragoons). Promoted to Major in 1782. Georgetown #4, Black River Ferry Road, Georgetown #6, Monck's Corner #3, Wadboo Bridge #1, DePeyster's Capture, Wiboo Swamp, Fort Motte, Quinby's Bridge, Shubrick's Plantation, Eutaw Springs.
Postell, William Colleton County Regiment 1775 Captain of the Horse Shoe Company.  Lived near Dorchester.  
Potts, Thomas SC 5th Regiment 1776 A 2nd Lieutenant in the Prince Frederick's Parish 2nd Company of Volunteer Militia under Capt. Benjamin Screven.  1776, he was a Captain in the SC 5th Regiment.  Later, a Captain of the Pee Dee Company under Col. Archibald McDonald (Kingstree Regiment), dates unknown. Fort Moultrie, Black River Bridge, Sampit Bridge #1, Sampit Bridge #2, Witherspoon's Ferry, Fort Motte,
Powell, "Unknown" SC 4th Regiment A Captain, dates unknown.
Prescott, John 1st Spartan Regiment 1781 1782 A Captain under Lt. Col./Col. Philemon Waters.
Prestwood, William Upper Craven County Regiment 1780 Pee Dee Regiment under Lt. Col. Maurice Murphy.  Also served in Cheraws District Regiment under Col. Lemuel Benton. Siege of Charleston 1780.
Price, Samuel SC 2nd Regiment 1779 1782 A Captain in the Georgetown District Regiment during 1779.  1780, a Captain in the Kingstree Regiment within Marion's Brigade. Probably also served under Lt. Col. Peter Horry (SC 4th Regiment of State Dragoons), dates unknown.  From All Saints Parish.  Halfway Swamp #1, Waccamaw Neck, Georgetown #6, Wiboo Swamp, Witherspoon's Ferry.
Price, Thomas 2nd Spartan Regiment 1780 1781 Captain of Horse under Col. Thomas Brandon 1780-1781.  Blackstocks, Cowpens, Siege of Augusta (GA)
Prichet, Thomas 1st Spartan Regiment 1779 1779 A Captain under Col. John Thomas, Sr. during 1779.
Prince, Francis SC 5th Regiment 1776 A Captain in the SC 5th Regiment.  Later a Captain in Upper Ninety-Six District Regiment in charge of Prince's Fort.  Dates unknown.  aka Frank Prince. Fort Moultrie, Cherokee Expedition 1776
Prince, Joseph 1781 A Captain during 1781, regiment unknown.
Prince, Thomas 1st Spartan Regiment 1781 A Captain under Col. John Thomas, Jr. during 1781. Bush River #1
Prioleau, Philip Charles Town District Regiment Lieutenant in 1778 under Capt. James Bentham.  Later a Captain.
Proveaux, Adrian SC 2nd Regiment 1778 1780 Promoted from Lieutenant 4/17/1778. POW at the Fall of Charleston. Charleston Neck 1779, Siege of Savannah w/36 men, Siege of Charleston 1780.
Pryor, Luke Cheraws District Regiment 1775 Captain of the St. David's Parish Volunteer Company 9/26/1775.  Later, a QM in militia in 1782.
Pugh, "Unknown" A Captain in Militia.  Nothing more known.
Purvis, John Ninety-Six District Regiment A Captain under Lt. Col./Col. LeRoy Hammond (1778 - Lower Ninety-Six District Regiment).  Dates unknown. Rocky Mount
Purvis, John SC 3rd Regiment 1775 1777 6/17/1775, a Captain under Lt. Col. William Thomson. June 1777, a Major.  Lt. Colonel 1779-1781 under Col. George Hicks. Sullivan's Island, Great Cane Brake, Florida Expedition 1776,
Putman, John 2nd Spartan Regiment 1780 1782 A Captain under Col. Thomas Brandon.  aka John Putnam. Kings Mountain, Cowpens
Queery, William Hills Regiment of Light Dragoons 1780 1781 A Captain under Col. William Hill from July 1780 to May 1781.  From Mecklenburg County, NC. Aug. '81, back in NC Militia as a Private.
Quelch, Andrew Charles Town District Regiment 1775 1776 Captain of Wando Company of Militia.
Raford, William Fairfield Regiment 1777 A Captain under Col. John Winn.
Rainey, Benjamin Little River District Regiment 1780 1782 1775 or 1776, a Captain.  1780-1782, a Captain under Col. Richard Winn (Fairfield Regiment).  Captured at Bigger's Ferry by Lt. Col. Tarleton on 9/26/1780.  Under Col. William Henderson (New Acquisition Distric Regiment) at Siege of Ninety-Six in 1781. Bigger's Ferry, Siege of Ninety-Six 1781.
Rainey, John 1st Spartan Regiment 1778 1781 Under Col. John Thomas, Sr. and Col. John Thomas, Jr.  Captured, but escaped. Cowpens.
Rains, John Pulaski's Legion Dates unknown.
Ramsey, James Turkey Creek Regiment 1780 1781 A Captain part of 1780-1781 under Col. Edward Lacey. Kings Mountain, Stallion's Plantation, Fish Dam Ford, Orangeburgh #1, Eutaw Springs.
Ramsey, Thomas Upper Ninety-Six District Regiment 1781 1781 A Captain at the Battle of Eutaw Springs under Col. Robert Anderson, BG Andrew Pickens.  Then a Private. Also served under Col. Edward Lacey (Turkey Creek Regiment). Eutaw Springs.
Randall, John Lower Ninety-Six District Regiment 1778 Enlisted in 1778 as a Private, then Lieutenant.  At some time, he was a Captain under Col. LeRoy Hammond.  Dates unknown. Siege of Augusta (both).
Ravenel, "Unknown" Berkeley County Regiment 1775 A Captain during 1775.
Ray, Thomas Roebuck's Battalion of Spartan Regiment A Captain under Col. Benjamin Roebuck.  Dates unknown.
Read, Jacob Charles Town District Regiment 1780 POW taken to St. Augustine.  Aka Jacob Reed. Siege of Charleston 1780.
Reagan, Thomas 1st Spartan Regiment 1780 1782 Appointed Lieutenant after the Fall of Charleston.  Fall of 1780, a Captain under Lt. Col. Philemon Waters.
Redmond, John Ninety-Six District Regiment 1776 1783 A Captain in Ninety-Six District Regiment during 1776.  A Captain in Lower Ninety-Six District Regiment from 1780 to end of war.  Fort Moultrie
Reed, David New Acquisition District Regiment 1780 1780 aka David Reid.
Reed, George Fairfield Regiment 1780 1782 A Captain under Col. Richard Winn at Williamson's Plantation.  Aka George Read. Williamson's Plantation.
Reed, George Ninety-Six District Regiment 1775 1775 A Captain of Militia during November 1775 under Maj. Andrew Williamson.  At Ninety-Six (1775) with 25 men.  Lt. Colonel under Col/BG William Henderson 1779-1782. Ninety-Six 1775.
Reed, James New Acquisition District Regiment 1780 1781 A Captain under Col. William Bratton.  
Reid, James Fairfield Regiment A Captain under Col. Thomas Sumter.  Dates unknown.   Rocky Mount, Hanging Rock, Fish Dam Ford, Blackstocks, Cowpens
Reid, John SC 1st Regiment of State Dragoons 1781 1781 A Captain under Col. Wade Hampton.  Dates unknown.  aka John Reed. From Mecklenburg County, NC. Earlier a Captain in NC Militia. Thomson's Plantation, 15-Mile House, 10-Mile House, Goose Creek Bridge, Quarter House, Strawberry Ferry, Quinby's Bridge, Shubrick's Plantation, Eutaw Springs, Fort Granby #2, Orangeburgh #1, St. James Goose Creek Church
Reid, William SC 2nd Regiment of State Dragoons A Captain under Lt. Col./Col. Charles Myddleton.  Dates unknown.  1775, a Captain in Militia, regiment unknown (most likely, Orangeburgh District Regiment). Quinby's Bridge, Shubrick's Plantation, Eutaw Springs
Rembert, James A Captain in Militia.  Rescued by Marion's Brigade at Tearcote Swamp 10/25/1780.  Nothing more known.
Reynolds, Richard Beaufort District Regiment 1775, enlisted in St. Helena's Parish Militia under Capt. John Jenkins.  Later a Captain.  Dates unknown.
Rhame, Ebenezer Georgetown District Regiment Served under Col. John Ervin, Col. Horry, unit and dates unknown.  POW at the Fall of Charleston, held six months, exchanged.  Joined Marion's Brigade, unit and dates unknown.  At one time, a Captain.
Richardson, Edward SC 3rd Regiment 1775 1779 From Orangeburgh District.  A Captain under Col. William Thomson 1775-1779.  After the Fall of Charleston, in Marion's Brigade, rank, unit, and dates unknown. Great Cane Brake, Port Royal Island #1
Richardson, Richard Jr. Camden District Regiment 1775 1779 A Captain first under Col. Richard Richardson (his father).  1776, a Captain in SC 6th Regiment.  Promoted to Major.  POW at the Fall of Charleston, paroled.  Joined Marion's Brigade, elected to Colonel of the Berkeley County Regiment (aka Richardson's Regiment). Snow Campaign.
Richardson, William SC 1st Regiment 1776 1781 A Captain in SC 1st Regiment 1776.  Then, a Captain of Militia, unit and dates unknown.  POW at the Fall of Charleston, paroled. Late 1781, Gov. John Rutledge appointed him as Commissary General for the State of SC, and he set up his Commissary/Depot at Bloom Hill, his own plantation. Fort Moultrie, Siege of Charleston 1780.
Richbourg, Henry SC 6th Regiment 1776 1778 His company added Oct. 1776.  Resigned 2/22/1778.  After the Fall of Charlestown he joined the British and commanded a company of Loyalist light horse. aka Henry Richborourgh.  May have been a Lieutenant prior to Oct. 1776.
Richbourg, John Kingstree Regiment 1781 1783 POW at Fall of Charleston.  A 2nd Lieutenant and a Captain under Maj. John James.  
Richey, John Little River District Regiment 1780 A Captain under Lt. Col. Robert McCreery and Col. James Williams.  
Richey, Robert Little River District Regiment A Captain under Lt. Col. Robert McCreery and Col. James Williams.  Dates unknown.
Richey, William Little River District Regiment 1779 1781 A Lieutenant and a Captain before the Fall of Charleston.   Hanging Rock.
Ridgeway, John Sr. Little River District Regiment 1781 A Captain under Col. Joseph Hayes.  Killed by Loyalists 9/3/1781 at Ridgeway's Fort (his). Musgrove's Mill, Long Canes, Hammond's Store, Williams's Plantation, Cowpens, Guilford Court House (NC), Bush River #2, Ridgeway's Fort.
Risbey, Holly SC 2nd Regiment 1778 Resigned 2/19/1778.
Robb, William SC 6th Regiment A Captain under Col. William Henderson.  Dates unknown.
Roberts, James Lower Ninety-Six District Regiment 1781 1782 A Lieutenant and Captain in Militia 1781-1782.  Captured by Loyalists on Edisto River, had several men killed, later escaped.
Roberts, Owen Charles Town District Regiment 1775 1775 Captain of Artillery Company in early 1775.
Roberts, Richard Brooke SC 4th Regiment 1779 1780 1779-1780, a Captain of Artillery. 1780, Aide-de-Camp to Maj. Gen. Benjamin Lincoln. POW at Fall of Charleston.  aka Richard Brooks Roberts. Charleston Neck 1779, Siege of Savannah (GA), Siege of Charleston 1780
Robertson, John Camden District Regiment 1779 1782 A Captain under Lt. Col. Robert Goodwin.  At the Fall of Charleston. Siege of Charleston 1780, Fort Granby #1, Four Holes Bridge, Orangeburgh #1, Fort Granby #2
Robertson, William Lower Ninety-Six District Regiment 1781 1782 A Captain under Col. LeRoy Hammond. Eutaw Springs
Robeson, James SC 3rd Regiment 1780 1780 In 1780, a Captain.
Robins, Joseph Hampton's Regiment of Light Dragoons A Captain under Lt. Col. Henry Hampton.  Dates unknown. Fort Granby #1, Orangeburgh #1, Siege of Ninety-Six 1781, Eutaw Springs
Robins, Thomas Turkey Creek Regiment 1780 1781 Lieutenant under Capt. William Gaston in New Acquisition District Regiment.  Promoted to Captain 11/5/1780 under Col. Edward Lacey. Fish Dam Ford, Blackstocks, Fort Granby #1, Fort Watson #1, Orangeburgh #1
Robinson, George 1776 1777 A Captain in Militia 1776-1777 under Col. James Screven (GA).  
Robinson, William New Acquisition District Regiment 1780 1781 81 Days as a Lieutenant under Capt. Jacob Barnett and Capt. James Jamieson, 22 Days as a Lieutenant under Capt. William Hillhouse, and 31 Days as a Lieutenant under Capt. Thomas Woods.  Also a Captain.
Rodgers, John Jr. Little River District Regiment 1775 1777 A Captain under Col. Andrew Williamson.  Most likely, in Little River District Regiment. Ninety-Six 1775, Cherokee Expedition 1776.
Roebuck, Benjamin 1st Spartan Regiment 1779 1779 First in GA unit.  Captain in 1779 under Col. John Thomas, Jr. and perhaps Col. Thomas Brandon (2nd Spartan Regiment).  Promoted to Lt. Colonel by March 1779 under Col. LeRoy Hammond. Promoted to Colonel in 1780 and joined BG Thomas Sumter's brigade.  Captured at the battle of Mud Lick Creek on March 2, 1781.  Exchanged August 1781.  Rejoined BG Andrew Pickens till end of war.
Roebuck, George Roebuck's Battalion of Spartan Regiment 1780 1782 First in NC unit.  1780, a Captain under his brother Col. Benjamin Roebuck.  Possibly also served under Col. Thomas Brandon (2nd Spartan Regiment). Musgrove's Mill, Kings Mountain, Blackstocks, Cowpens
Roebuck, John 1st Spartan Regiment 1779 1782 First under Capt. John Thomas, Jr.  Later a Captain under Lt. Col. Henry White. Augusta 1779, Kettle Creek (GA), Waxhaws, Cowpens, Guilford Courthouse (NC), Orangeburgh #1, Siege of Ninety-Six 1781.
Roebuck, Raleigh After the Fall of Charleston a Captain in Militia.  Regiment and dates unknown.  aka Rawley Roebuck, Rolly Roebuck.
Rogers, John Little River District Regiment 1775 Private, Lieutenant, and Captain.  At Siege of Savannah, Siege of Charleston (1780), Eutaw Springs, Quinby's Bridge, rank unknown.  At one time, a Captain in Marion's Brigade, in the Lower Craven County Regiment. Ninety-Six 1775, Snow Campaign, Lyndley's Fort, Cherokee Expedition 1776, Florida Expedition 1778
Rooks, Alexander Served under Maj. Herron, Col. Thomson, BG Isaac Huger, dates unknown
Rosamond, Samuel Ninety-Six District Regiment 1777 1782 A Captain under Col. Robert Anderson at Siege of Ninety-Six (1781) (Upper Ninety-Six District Regiment).  A Lieutenant under Capt. Adam Crain Jones during 1782.  Also at battle of Kettle Creek (GA). Aka Samuel Roseman. Kettle Creek (GA), Siege of Ninety-Six 1781, Eutaw Springs.
Ross, Francis New Acquisition District Regiment 1776 1776 A Captain under Col. Thomas Neel.  Promoted to Major, date unknown.  aka Frank Ross. Cherokee Expedition 1776.
Ross, George Camden District Regiment 1778 1779 A Captain under Col. Joseph Kershaw 1778-1779.
Ross, Isaac SC 2nd Regiment of State Dragoons 1781 1781 A Captain under Col. Charles Myddleton during 1781. Myddleton's Ambuscade, Quinby's Bridge, Shubrick's Plantation, Eutaw Springs
Ross, Joseph New Acquisition District Regiment A Captain under Col. William Bratton.  Dates unknown.
Roundtree, Richard 2nd Spartan Regiment From Union District.  Before and after the Fall of Charleston, a Captain under Col. Thomas Brandon.  One source asserts his name was Daniel Richardson Roundtree and ultimately became a Colonel of the 2nd Spartan Regiment after Col. Thomas Brandon - none of this info has been substantiated via other sources.
Roux, Albert SC 2nd Regiment 1779 1780 Was a Lieutenant. Promoted to Captain 8/17/1779.  Wounded at the Siege of Savannah. POW at the Fall of Charleston. Retired 1/1/1781. Siege of Savannah w/36 men, Siege of Charleston 1780.
Rowe, Henry Orangeburgh District Regiment 1775 1776 Under Col. Christopher Rowe, either his father or brother.  Also identified as a Captain in Marion's Brigade, unit and dates unknown.
Rowell, Valentine Lower Craven County Regiment 1780 1781 A Lieutenant and a Captain under Col. Hugh Giles Aug. 1780 to Jan. 1781.  Back to Lieutenant. Wadboo Bridge #1
Rudolph, Michael Georgetown District Regiment Promoted to Major.
Rumph, Jacob Orangeburgh District Regiment 1775 1780 Captain of the Independent Cavalry.  Lt. Colonel 1780-1782.
Rust, John Granville County Regiment 1775
Rutledge, Edward Charles Town District Regiment 1776 1780 Charles Town Battalion of Artillery, 2nd Independent Company.  A signer of the Declaration of Independence.  Captain 1776-1781.  POW at the Fall of Charleston.  Exchanged July 1781. Port Royal Island #1, Charleston Neck 1779, Siege of Charleston 1780.
Ryan, John Lower Ninety-Six District Regiment 1778 1782 A Captain under Col. LeRoy Hammond 1778-1782.  Arrested by British, imprisoned at Ninety-Six and in the Provost Building in Charleston, then on a prison ship, from which he escaped. 1782, wounded. In some books and on some rolls incorrectly as James Ryan. Augusta (GA), Stono Ferry, Siege of Savannah (GA), Siege of Augusta (GA), Eutaw Springs
Ryans, John 2nd Spartan Regiment 1780 1781 A Captain under Col. Thomas Brandon for 376 days.
Sadler, Richard New Acquisition District Regiment 1775 1780 A Captain.   Briar Creek (GA), Stono Ferry, Rocky Mount, Hanging Rock, Fishing Creek
Salley, John Orangeburgh District Regiment From Orangeburgh District.  A Captain under Col. Christopher Rowe, dates unknown.
Sally, John Little River District Regiment 1776 A Captain under Lt. Col. James Williams.
Sanders, John Colleton County Regiment 1779 1780 Horse Shoe Company.  1779, a Captain.  1780, a Lt. Colonel and a Colonel
Sanders, Roger Parker SC 1st Regiment 1775 1778 Resigned 10/8/1778.
Sanders, Thomas Upper Ninety-Six District Regiment A Captain under Col. Robert Anderson, dates unknown.
Sanders, William Colleton County Regiment 1775 1780 Captain of the Round O Company. Stono, Salkehatchie
Sapp, John Upper Granville County Regiment A Private, a Lieutenant, and a Captain in Militia.  Dates and unit unknown.
Saunders, Nathaniel Cheraws District Regiment 1780 1782 From Cheraws District.  A Private, a Lieutenant, and a Captain under Col. Lemuel Benton.  
Savage, Thomas Charles Town District Regiment 1776 1776 Captain of Charles Town Rangers.
Saxon, Charles Little River District Regiment 1779 1781 A Captain.  Killed at Hayes' Station. Hayes' Station
Saxon, Lewis Little River District Regiment 1781 1781 First under Col. James Williams.  1781, a Captain under Col. Joseph Hayes.  Prisoner at Hayes' Station. Cowpens, Siege of Ninety-Six 1781, Eutaw Springs, Hayes' Station, Indian Villages (Mar '82)
Saxton, Samuel Little River District Regiment 1780 1782 A Captain under Col. James Williams, Col. Joseph Hayes, Lt. Col. William Washington. One source asserts he was a Major. aka Samuel Sexton, Samuel Saxon. Hanging Rock, Cowpens, Siege of Ninety Six 1781, Eutaw Springs.
Schreiber, Jacob A Captain of Engineers.  Dates unknown
Scott, Archibald Charles Town District Regiment 1776 1780 Elected Captain of James Island Company in 1776.  POW at the Fall of Charleston.   Siege of Charleston 1780.
Scott, William SC 1st Regiment 1775 1777 Major 5/1/1777. 1778, a Lt. Colonel under Col. Charles Cotesworth Pinckney.  POW at the Fall of Charleston.  Exchanged June 1781.  A Captain till the end of the war in Upper Craven County Regiment, dates unknown. Hog Island Channel
Screven, Benjamin Georgetown District Regiment 1775 1780 Captain of Prince Frederick's Parish 2nd Company of Volunteer Militia.  1779, Captain under Col. Daniel Horry in the SC Light Dragoons.
Seixas, Abraham Charles Town District Regiment A Captain in the Charles Town District Regiment.  Later a Lieutenant in Continental Line in GA.  Dates unknown.
Senf, John Christian Continental Army 1778 1780 Engineers.  Lt. Colonel before 5/12/1780.
Servis, William A Lieutenant under Capt. John Graham during 1776.  After the Fall of Charleston, a Captain in Sumter's Brigade, regiment and dates unknown.
Shackleford, "Unknown" SC 5th Regiment 1777 Resigned on 12/7/1777.
Shannon, Norman A Captain.  Nothing more known.
Shannon, Thomas Hill's Regiment of Light Dragoons 1780 1782 A Captain under Col. William Hill then Col. Richard Winn (Fairfield Regiment). Mobley's Meetinghouse, Rocky Mount, Blackstocks, Cowpens, Eutaw Springs
Shaw, Daniel A Captain in Militia before and after fall of Charleston.  Nothing more known.
Shaw, David 2nd Spartan Regiment A Captain under Col. Thomas Brandon and Col. Philemon Waters (New Acquisition District Regiment) after the Fall of Charleston.  Dates unknown.
Shelby, Thomas Polk's Regiment of Light Dragoons 1781 1781 A Captain under Lt. Col. William Polk for 10 months. Earlier, a Captain in NC Militia. From Mecklenburg County, NC.
Shephard, Charles Charles Town District Regiment 1779 1779 A Lieutenant in the St. Bartholomew's Parish Gentlemen Volunteers.  Next, a Captain in 1779 of the German Fusiliers within the 1st Batallion.  Killed at the Siege of Savannah 10/9/1779. Charleston Neck 1779, Siege of Savannah.
Shriver, Jacob Engineers 1780 1780 A Lieutenant in 1779.  A Captain of Engineers 3/2/1780.  POW at the Fall of Charleston.  Exchanged 1781. Siege of Charleston 1780.
Shubrick, Jacob SC 1st Regiment 1777 1778 Was a Lieutenant. A Captain on 10/21/1777. He died on 4/27/1778.
Shubrick, Richard SC 2nd Regiment 1776 1777 A Lieutenant 1775.  Promoted to Captain on 5/24/1776.  Died on 11/8/1777. Fort Moultrie.
Shubrick, Thomas SC 5th Regiment 1778 1781 A Lieutenant in 1777 in SC 2nd Regiment. A Captain 6/21/1778 of SC 5th Regiment. Attached to SC 2nd Regiment during Siege of Charleston. 1781, served as Aide-de-Camp to Maj. Gen. Nathanael Greene. Coosawhatchie w/100 men, Siege of Charleston w/21 men
Simkins, Arthur SC 3rd Regiment 1777 1780 A Captain in SC 3rd Regiment under Maj. John Purvis during 1777.  After the Fall of Charleston, a Captain in the Lower Ninety-Six District Regiment under Lt. Col. Purvis.  Lived in what is now Edgefield Co. Florida Expedition 1778, Briar Creek (GA).
Simmons, Richard Orangeburgh District Regiment 1781 1782 A Captain after Battle of Eutaw Springs (a Lieutenant).
Simmons, William Camden District Regiment 1775 1778 A Captain under Lt. Col. Robert Goodwin. Florida Expedition 1778.
Simons, Edward Charles Town District Regiment 1775 1775 A Captain in early 1775 under Col. Charles Pinckney.  May have remained longer.
Simons, James Continental Army 1780 1781 A Captain under Lt. Col. William Washington.  Promoted to Major 12/27/1781. Hammond's Store, Cowpens.
Simons, James SC 1st Regiment of State Dragoons 1781 1782 1781, a Captain under Col. Wade Hampton. 3/1/1782, a Captain under Lt. Col. Hezekiah Maham (SC 3rd Regiment of State Dragoons) leading the 4th Infantry Troop. Eutaw Springs
Simons, John Maham's Light Dragoons 1780 1781 A Captain under Maj. / Lt. Col. Hezekiah Maham 1780-1781. Killed at Quinby's Bridge 7/17/1781. William Dobein James asserts he was killed at the battle of Eutaw Springs on 9/8/1781. Beats me which is correct. Quinby's Bridge, Eutaw Springs.
Simons, Maurice Charles Town District Regiment 1775 1778 A Captain in early 1775 under Col. Charles Pinckney.  Colonel and Commandant 1778-1780.  POW at the Fall of Charleston.
Simons, Shade SC 1st Regiment of State Dragoons aka Shade Simonds.  A Captain under Col. Wade Hampton.  Dates unknown.
Simons, Shadrack Upper Craven County Regiment 1780 1782 From Williamsburg District.  A Captain under Col. Jacob Baxter. 
Simpson, John Turkey Creek Regiment 1780 1780 A Captain for a short time under Col. Edward Lacey during 1780. Beckhamville, Mobley's Meetinghouse.
Simpson, William Kershaw Regiment 1780 1781 A Captain under Col. James Postell.  Rocky Mount, Hanging Rock, Fish Dam Ford, Blackstocks
Sims, Charles 1st Spartan Regiment 1779 1781 A Captain under Lt. Col./Col. Philemon Waters 1779-1781.
Sinclair, "Unknown" SC 3rd Regiment of State Dragoons A Captain under Lt. Col. Hezekiah Maham.  Dates unknown. Monck's Corner #4 / Fair Lawn Plantation.
Singleton, Benjamin Charles Town District Regiment 1775 From Goose Creek.  A Captain during 1775.
Singleton, John Camden District Regiment 1776 1782 A Lieutenant St. Mark's Parish Volunteer Company of Horse during 1775. Later served under Col. Daniel Horry (SC Light Dragoons) in 1779. 1780, a Captain in the Kershaw Regiment. 1781, a Captain under Col. Richard Richardson, Jr. (Berkeley County Regiment). Briar Creek (GA), Georgetown #6, Fort Watson #2.
Singleton, Matthew Camden District Regiment 1775 1778 Captain of St. Mark's Parish Volunteer Company of Horse.  Promoted to Lt. Colonel on 6/4/1778.  Later, a Lt. Colonel in Marion's Brigade (Berkeley County Regiment). Ninety-Six 1775, Great Cane Brake, Snow Campaign. 
Singleton, Richard Kershaw Regiment 1781 A Captain after Capt. James Clark died.
Sinkler, James From "Old Santee."  A Captain.  Nothing more known.
Sinquefield, Francis SC 3rd Regiment 1775 A Captain in SC 3rd Regiment Nov. 1775.  Later, a Captain in Pickens' Brigade under Col. LeRoy Hammond (Lower Ninety-Six District Regiment). Ninety-Six 1775, Snow Campaign
Sinquefield, Samuel Lower Ninety-Six District Regiment 1781 1782 A Captain under Col. LeRoy Hammond during 1782. 
Sinton, Charles Little River District Regiment 1779 1779 A Captain under Lt. Col. Samuel Williams during 1779.  
Skirving, Charles SC 1st Regiment 1779 1780 A Lieutenant, promoted to Captain 12/1/1779 under Col. Charles Cotesworth Pinckney. POW at the Fall of Charleston. Siege of Charleston 1780.
Skirving, James Berkeley County Regiment 1776 1779 Captain 1776-1779. Promoted to Colonel when Col. Joseph Maybank wounded at Hickory Hill in June 1779.
Skirving, James Jr. Charles Town District Regiment 1775 1778 Captain of the St. Bartholomew's Parish Gentlemen Volunteers.  Died 6/8/1778. Fort Moultrie
Skirving, William Colleton County Regiment 1775 1780 Captain of the Willtown Company.  Later, Colonel of the Colleton County Regiment early 1780.  POW at the Fall of Charleston. Fort Moultrie
Slann, "Unknown" Colleton County Regiment 1779 Nothing more known.
Sloan, John Ninety-Six District Regiment 1775 1776 From Newberry District.  A Captain under Maj. Andrew Williamson.
Smith, Aaron Ninety-Six District Regiment 1775 1778 First a Captain in the Militia.  A Lieutenant in SC 2nd Regiment 3/18/1778.  A Lieutenant in SC 3rd Regiment during 1779.  POW at the Fall of Charleston. Ninety-Six 1775
Smith, Benjamin Berkeley County Regiment 1775 1780 From Goose Creek.  Commanded the Goose Creek Company.  1780, a Major.
Smith, Daniel New Acquisition District Regiment 1781 First a Lieutenant in 1781.  At some time, a Captain under Col. William Bratton.
Smith, Garret Fairfield Regiment 1776 1777 A Captain under Col. John Winn during 1776-1777. 
Smith, James 1st Spartan Regiment 1778 A Captain under Col. John Thomas, Sr.  Then, a Captain under Col. Benjamin Roebuck (Roebuck's Battalion of Spartan Regiment) after the Fall of Charleston. Kings Mountain, Blackstocks, Cowpens
Smith, Jeorard Little River District Regiment 1775 1780 A Commissary, Captain, and Major before and after the Fall of Charleston.  1781-1782, a Major under Lt. Col. Levi Casey. Stono Ferry
Smith, John Fairfield Regiment 1776 1782 1776-1780, a Captain under Lt. Col./Col. John Winn.  1780-1782, a Captain in Upper Craven County Regiment.
Smith, John Carraway SC 2nd Regiment 1776 1782 Promoted from Lieutenant to Captain 9/16/1776. In SC 3rd Regiment in 1778. POW at the Fall of Charleston. Exchanged Nov. 1780. A Captain under Maj. / Lt. Col. Hezekiah Maham (Maham's Light Dragoons, SC 3rd Regiment of State Dragoons). Resigned on 2/26/1782 after the battles of Wambaw Bridge and Tidyman's Plantation (2/25/1782). Savannah 12/78, Siege of Savannah w/46 men, Siege of Charleston 1780, Videau's Bridge, Wambaw Bridge, Tidyman's Plantation.
Smith, Joseph New Acquisition District Regiment 1780 A Captain under Col. William Bratton. Ramseur's Mill (NC), Kings Mountain.
Smith, Roger Charles Town District Regiment 1775 1775 A Captain in early 1775 under Col. Charles Pinckney.  May have remained longer.  After the Fall of Charleston, under Col. Benjamin Roebuck, rank unknown.
Smith, Thomas K. Ninety-Six District Regiment 1776 A Captain during 1776. Cherokee Expedition 1776
Smith, William Lower Ninety-Six District Regiment 1779 1780 Captain of Mounted Indian Spy Company 1779-1780 - also in Roebuck's Battalion of Spartan Regiment.  Probably the same man as directly below. Augusta 1779, Siege of Savannah, Siege of Charleston 1780, Kings Mountain, Blackstocks.
Smith, William 1st Spartan Regiment 1777 1781 1775, a Lieutenant under Capt. Joseph Wofford, Col. John Thomas, Sr.  1776, a Lieutenant under Capt. John Thomas, Jr.  1777, a Captain under Col. John Thomas, Sr.  1778, a Captain under Lt. Col. LeRoy Hammond (Lower Ninety-Six District Regiment).  Next, a Captain under Col. John Thomas, Jr.  Also served as Major. Rocky Comfort Creek, Purrysburg, Stono Ferry, Cedar Springs, Musgrove's Mill, Cowpens.
Snipes, Henry Kingstree Regiment A Captain under Lt. Col. Peter Horry.  Dates unknown.  1781, would be Horry's Light Dragoons and the SC 4th Regiment of State Dragoons.
Snipes, William Clay Colleton County Regiment 1775 1781 1775, a Captain of the Horse Shoe Company. 1776-1780, a Captain in SC 2nd Regiment, then a Captain under Lt. Col./Col. Peter Horry (Kingstree Regiment) in Marion's Brigade 1780-1781. Captain and Major under Lt. Col. William Polk during 1781. Siege of Savannah, Tearcoat Swamp, Halfway Swamp #1, Snipe's Plantation,
Snow, William Craven County Regiment 1776 1776 From Williamsburg District.  A Captain in Militia during 1776.  Nothing more known.
Sommers, John Colleton County Regiment 1775 1776 Captain of the Stono Company.  Aka John Summers.
Sparkes, Henry Kingstree Regiment 1780 1781 1779, a Captain under Col. Thomas Evans (NC). 1780, a Captain under Lt. Col. Peter Horry (Kingstree Regiment, then Horry's Light Dragoons) Waccamaw Neck, Biggin's Creek Bridge
Sparks, Daniel Cheraws District Regiment 1777 1782 From Cheraws District.  A Captain under Lt. Col./Col. Lemuel Benton Halfway Swamp #1, Georgetown #6, Wiboo Swamp, Eutaw Springs
Sparks, Thomas A Captain in Marion's Brigade.  Nothing more known.
Speed, "Unknown" SC 3rd Regiment Nothing more known.
Spencer, Calvin SC 5th Regiment 1776 1777 Enlisted as Lieutenant. Promoted to Captain just before the battle of Fort Moultrie. Resigned on 12/10/1777.  Appointed Assistant Deputy QM 1777.  At Siege of Savannah.  1780, QM General.  Captured at Georgetown in March of 1781, imprisoned several months.  Later a Captain in Marines on a Privateer. Fort Moultrie.
Spivey, William From Williamsburg District.  A Private and a Captain in Marion's Brigade, regiment and dates unknown.
Spraggins, Thomas A Captain in Militia before and after the Fall of Charleston.  Nothing more known.
Stackhouse, John Cheraws District Regiment 1780 1783 A Captain under Lt. Col./Col. Lemuel Benton
Stackhouse, William Cheraws District Regiment Captain of the Bear Swamp Company, dates unknown.
Stafford, William Granville County Regiment 1779 1780 Captain, Lt. Colonel, and Colonel.  Commander of the Lower Granville County Regiment in 1780.
Standard, William Cheraws District Regiment 1778 1782 From Cheraws District.  An Ensign and Captain in St. David's Parish Volunteer Company.  Also served as a Lieutenant, Captain, and Major in Cheraws District Regiment under Lt. Col. Abel Kolb during 1779, then under Col. Lemuel Benton until 1782. Halfway Swamp #1, Georgetown #6, Wiboo Swamp, Wadboo Bridge #2.
Starke, Douglas Kershaw Regiment 1780 1783 From Kershaw District.  Earlier a Lieutenant.  A Captain under Col. James Postell.
Starke, James Little River District Regiment 1780 1781 A Lieutenant and a Captain in Militia after the Fall of Charleston.   Cowpens, Siege of Ninety-Six 1781, Eutaw Springs
Starke, John A Captain in Militia.  Nothing more known.  Probably John Starks below.
Starke, Thomas New Acquisition District Regiment A Private and a Captain under Col. William Bratton before and after the Fall of Charleston.  Also a Captain under Col. Richard Winn (Fairfield District Regiment), dates unknown.  Also a Captain under Col. Thomas Taylor (Camden District Regiment), dates unknown.  aka Thomas Stark.  At sometime a prisoner at Camden Jail, released not long after the battle of Blackstocks, along with Capt. John Winn and Minor Winn. Rocky Mount, Fort Granby #1, Four Holes Bridge, Orangeburgh #1, Fort Granby #2, Siege of Ninety-Six 1781, Eutaw Springs
Starks, John Camden District Regiment A Captain under Col. Joseph Kershaw.  Dates unknown. Siege of Charleston 1780
Starnes, "Unknown" Fairfield Regiment A Captain under Lt. Col. Trotter, Col. Richard Winn.  Dates unknown.
Steads, Jesse Cheraws District Regiment A Captain in Marion's Brigade, dates unknown.  At the Battle of Camden. Camden, Eutaw Springs
Steel, John Spartan Regiment 1775 1782 From Chester District.  1775, served under Col. John Thomas, Sr.  1778, a Captain under Lt. Col. Edward Lacey (New Acquisition District Regiment).  1779, a Captain under Col. John Winn (Fairfield Regiment).  1780, a Captain under Col. Thomas Brandon (2nd Spartan Regiment, Col. Edward Lacey (Turkey Creek Regiment), and Col. William Bratton (New Acquisition District Regiment).  aka John Steele. Snow Campaign, Hanging Rock, Rocky Mount, Camden, Fishing Creek (Saved Sumter's ass), Fort Granby #1, Siege of Ninety-Six 1781, Eutaw Springs.
Steele, Elijah New Acquisition District Regiment 1780 A Captain under Lt. Col./Col. Edward Lacey during 1780 (Turkey Creek Regiment). Williamson's Plantation.
Steen, James Spartan Regiment 1775 1778 From Union District.  A Captain under Col. John Thomas, Sr. in the Snow Campaign.  Later, a Captain and a Lt. Colonel in 2nd Spartan Regiment under Col. Thomas Brandon.  Killed during the Summer of 1781 in Rowan County, NC.  aka James Stein. Snow Campaign, Cherokee Expedition 1776.
Stephens, John Little River District Regiment 1778 1779 A Captain under Lt. Col. Joseph Hayes.
Stevens, James Colleton County Regiment 1781 1782 A Captain under Col. John Sanders.
Stevens, James 2nd Spartan Regiment 1781 1782 A Private, Lieutenant and Captain under Col. Thomas Brandon 1781-1782. 
Stevens, Jervais Henry Maham's Light Dragoons 1781 1781 A Lieutenant, an Adjutant, and a Captain under Maj. / Lt. Col. Hezekiah Maham during 1781 (SC 3rd Regiment of State Dragoons). Quinby's Bridge, Shubrick's Plantation, Eutaw Springs
Stevenson, James Charles Town District Regiment 1775 From Goose Creek.  A Captain during 1775.
Stevenson, James Kershaw Regiment 1781 1782 Earlier, a Lieutenant. A Captain in Marion's Brigade under Col. James Postell 1781-1782.
Stewart, Daniel Kershaw Regiment 1781 A Captain under Lt. Col. Frederick Kimball and Col. James Postell. Eutaw Springs.
Stiles, Benjamin Charles Town District Regiment 1780 Captain of James Island Militia.  Resigned after his men refused his order to attack.  Dates unknown.  Later, rejoined at at the Fall of Charleston. Siege of Charleston 1780
Still, Joseph Turkey Creek Regiment A Captain under Col. Edward Lacey.  Dates unknown.
Stone, Benjamin Charles Town District Regiment 1775 1776 Captain of James Island Company of Militia during 1775.  During battle of Fort Moultrie, was over a detachment of slaves at a battery westward of Fort Johnson. Fort Johnson #1, Fort Moultrie.
Storie, Enoch 1779 1779 Captain of company to fight Indians during 1779.
Strain, William Upper Ninety-Six District Regiment 1780 1782 Before and after the Fall of Charleston.  Lieutenant and Captain.  A Captain under Col. Robert Anderson.   Siege of Ninety-Six 1781
Strange, Edmund Fairfield Regiment 1775 A Captain in Militia during 1775.
Strobel, Daniel Charles Town District Regiment 1779 1780 In the German Fusiliers.  1779, a Captain. Siege of Charleston 1780.
Strother, Kemp T. Camden District Regiment 1781 1782 A Private and a Captain under Lt. Col. John Hunter, Col. Thomas Taylor 1780-1782. Fort Granby #1, Fort Granby #2.
Stuart, Hugh Turkey Creek Regiment A Captain under Col. Edward Lacey and Col. Thomas Brandon (2nd Spartan Regiment).  Dates unknown.
Summer, John Adam Lower District Regiment 1778 1780 From Newberry District.  A Captain under Col. Jonas Beard in 1778-1779.  1779, under Lt. Col. Philemon Waters (1st Spartan Regiment).  1780, a Captain under Col. Richard Winn (Fairfield Regiment).  1781, Commissary of Purchases. Florida Expedition 1778, Stono Ferry, Williamson's Plantation (POW)
Summerlin, George Camden District Regiment A Captain from what is now Kershaw County.  Dates unknown.  When he died, Lt. Craden was appointed his successor.
Sumter, Thomas Camden District Regiment 1775 1776 A Captain first under Col. Richard Richardson.  Lt. Colonel 2/29/1776, commander of SC 6th Regiment.  Promoted to Colonel sometime in 1778.  Resigned 9/23/1778.  Sat at home until May 1780.  Created Sumter's Brigade in early Summer of 1780 acting as Colonel, which he may have been elected to.  His men voted him as Brigadier General in June 1780, recognized by Gov. Rutledge in Oct. 1780.  Resigned again in Jan. 1782 after being elected to State Legislature. Snow Campaign
Sutton, Robert Craven County Regiment 1776   A Captain under Col. Job Rothmahler.  Later, in Lower Craven County Regiment.
Syles, James Turkey Creek Regiment 1780 A Captain under Col. Edward Lacey. Kings Mountain
Talberd, Henry Charles Town District Regiment 1779, a Lieutenant.  After the Fall of Charleston, a Captain in the Batallion of Artillery.  Dates unknown.
Tate, Campbell New Acquisition District Regiment 1780 1781 A Captain under Col. William Bratton 1780-1781.
Tate, George New Acquisition District Regiment 1780 1781 A Captain before and after the Fall of Charleston.  After the Fall of Charleston, in Little River District Regiment. Fishing Creek
Tate, James Lee's Legion 1780 1781 A Lieutenant and a Captain in Militia.  At the Fall of Charleston.  Killed at Guilford Court House 3/15/1781. Guilford Court House (NC).
Tate, Richard A Captain before and after the Fall of Charleston.  Regiment and dates unknown.
Tate, Robert Hampton's Regiment of Light Dragoons 1781 1781 A Captain under Lt. Col. Henry Hampton, BG Thomas Sumter.  April to Sept. 1781. Quinby's Bridge, Wadboo Bridge, Shubrick's Plantation
Tate, Samuel Orangeburgh District Regiment 1780 1780 Promoted to Major Oct. 1780.  Promoted to Lt. Colonel 1781.  Wounded at Battle of Guilford Court House.  From Orangeburgh District. Fishing Creek, Guilford Court House (NC).
Tate, Samuel Lower Craven County Regiment 1781 A Captain under Col. John Ervin during 1781. Eutaw Springs
Tate, William SC 5th Regiment 1776 1777 Capt.-Lt. in SC 5th Regiment. Resigned 1777.  Lieutenant in 1779 in SC 4th Regiment.  POW at the Fall of Charleston.  Exchanged Oct. 1780.
Tateman, Daniel Orangeburgh District Regiment 1780 1782 1780, a Captain and a Major under Lt. Col. Charles Heatley.  A Captain under Lt. Col. Henry Hampton (Hampton's Regiment of Light Dragoons) 5/1/1781 to 8/1/1782.  
Taylor, Francis SC 3rd Regiment 1777 1777 Feb 1777, promoted from Lieutenant to Captain. Resigned 10/7/1777.  1781, in militia, rank and unit unknown.
Taylor, George 1st Spartan Regiment 1777 1781 1777, a Captain under Col. John Thomas, Sr.  1780-1781, a Captain under Col. Elijah Clarke (GA), Col. Isaac Shelby (NC), Col. Thomas Brandon, and Col. Benjamin Roebuck. Musgrove's Mill, Kings Mountain, Wofford's Iron Works (Under Shelby), then Cowpens, Lynches Creek, Saluda River, Siege of Ninety-Six (under Roebuck).
Taylor, James Camden District Regiment 1781 1782 From Richland District.  A Captain under Lt. Col. Robert Goodwin.  Also Deputy Commissary General.
Taylor, Jeremiah Fairfield Regiment 1781 A Captain under Lt. Col. David Hopkins.
Taylor, John Camden District Regiment 1780 1780 From Richland District.  A Captain in Militia 1780 under Col. Thomas Taylor, his brother.  Along with his brother, captured at battle of Fishing Creek, but escaped. Fishing Creek, Fish Dam Ford (Wounded, died next day)
Taylor, John 1st Spartan Regiment Before and after the Fall of Charleston.  Private, Lieutenant, and Captain under Lt. Col/Col. Philemon Waters.  Dates unknown.
Taylor, Samuel Maham's Light Dragoons 1781 1782 From Williamsburg District.  1781, a Captain under Maj. / Lt. Col. Hezekiah Maham (SC 3rd Regiment of State Dragoons). One source asserts he was commissioned on 2/4/1782 and led the 3rd Infantry Troop under Maham. Others say he was a captain much earlier.
Taylor, Samuel SC 1st Regiment 1776 A Captain 3/1/1776.  At Haddrell's Point during battle of Fort Moultrie. Fort Moultrie.
Taylor, Samuel SC 6th Regiment 1778 1779 1778, a Captain.  1779, a Major. Florida Expedition 1778
Taylor, Thomas SC 3rd Regiment 1777 1777 From Richland District.  Captain before resigning Oct. 1777.  1780, a Captain under Col. Edward Lacey (Turkey Creek Regiment).  A Colonel 12/1/1780 under BG Thomas Sumter.  1782, under BG William Henderson.
Templeton, Andrew SC 4th Regiment 1780 Captain and POW at the Fall of Charleston. One source asserts that he was killed during the Siege of Charleston. Siege of Charleston 1780.
Taylor, William Lower Ninety-Six District Regiment 1779 1779, a Captain under Col. LeRoy Hammond.  After the Fall of Charleston, a Captain under Lt. Col./Col. Philemon Waters (1st Spartan Regiment).  Dates unknown.  At some time, a Captain under Col. Jonas Beard (Lower District Regiment). Hanging Rock, Fish Dam Ford, Blackstocks, Kings Mountain, Cowpens
Terrell, James Cheraws District Regiment From Cheraws District.  A Lieutenant under Col. Lemuel Benton, BG Francis Marion.  A some time, a Captain.
Terrell, Nimrod 2nd Spartan Regiment 1779 A Captain in NC Militia, joined Col. Thomas Brandon.  Stono Ferry
Terrill, James 2nd Spartan Regiment A Captain under Col. Thomas Brandon before the Fall of Charleston.  Also served under Lt. Col. John Purvis in the Cheraws District Regiment.  Dates unknown.  May be the same man as James Terrell above.
Terry, Champ 3 days as a Lieutenant and 3 days as a Captain.  Nothing more known.
Theus, James SC Light Dragoons 1780 1782 A Lieutenant and a Captain under Maj./Lt. Col. Hezekiah Maham 1779-1782 (Maham's Light Dragoons, SC 3rd Regiment of State Dragoons).
Theus, Simeon SC 1st Regiment 1777 1780 Was a Lieutenant. A Captain 8/18/1777. POW at the Fall of Charleston w/18 men. Siege of Savannah, Siege of Charleston 1780.
Thomas, Anderson Fairfield Regiment 1778 1782 A Captain in Militia 1778-1782.  Some of this was under Col. Thomas Taylor (Camden District Regiment). Siege of Charleston 1780
Thomas, James Lower Ninety-Six District Regiment 1779 1781 A Sergeant and a Captain before and after the Fall of Charleston under Col. LeRoy Hammond.  Also, a Captain in the 2nd Spartan Regiment.   Siege of Augusta (GA)
Thomas, John Jr. Spartan Regiment 1775 1777 Captain, Major, Lt. Colonel, and Colonel.  Commander of 1st Spartan Regiment Feb 1779 after his father was captured.  1781, in Sumter's Brigade. Great Cane Brake, Snow Campaign, Cherokee Expedition 1776
Thomas, Robert Lower Ninety-Six District Regiment 1779 1781 A Lieutenant and Captain under Lt. Col/Col. Benjamin Roebuck (Roebuck's Battalion of Spartan Regiment).  Mortally wounded at the Battle of Mud Lick Creek 3/2/1781. Stono Ferry, Kings Mountain, Mud Lick Creek.
Thomas, Tristram Upper Craven County Regiment 1777 1780 From Marlboro District.  A Captain under Col. George Hicks.  1778, a Captain under Col. Abel Kolb (Cheraws District Regiment).   Early 1780, a Major under Col. George Hicks.  4/28/1781, a Major under Col. Lemuel Benton in Marion's Brigade.
Thomas, William Fairfield Regiment 1782 1783 A Captain under Col. Richard Winn.
Thompson, James Colleton County Regiment 1776 1777 Captain of Round O Company.  A Lt. Colonel 1777-1779.
Thompson, John Little River District Regiment 1776 1782 From York District.  A Captain under Col. James Williams and Col. Thomas Brandon (2nd Spartan Regiment).  Also, a Captain under Col. Edward Lacey (Turkey Creek Regiment) and Col. Thomas Taylor (Camden District Regiment).  Dates unknown. Briar Creek (GA), Rocky Mount, Hanging Rock, Fishing Creek, Kings Mountain, Blackstocks, Cowpens.
Thomson, Joseph Upper Granville County Regiment 1780 1781 A Captain 1780-1781.
Thomson, Robert 2nd Spartan Regiment 1778 1782 1778, a Captain under Col. Thomas Brandon.  1779, a Captain under Col. Samuel Watson (New Acquisition District Regiment).  1780, a Captain under Maj./Col. Andrew Neel. Briar Creek (GA), Williamson's Plantation, Rocky Mount, Hanging Rock, Fishing Creek
Thornley, Robert Georgetown District Regiment 1780 1780 A Captain in 1780 and a Major in Militia during 1781 under Col. John Ervin.
Thornton, "Unknown" 1780 A Captain, regiment unknown.  Killed at Blackstocks 11/20/1780 Blackstocks.
Thornwell, "Unknown" A Captain in Militia.  Nothing more known.
Threewits, Joel Camden District Regiment 1778 1779 From Richland District.  A Lieutenant under Lt. Col. Robert Goodwin.   A Captain 12/1/1778.
Threewits, John Camden District Regiment 1780 1781 From Richland District.  A Private and a Lieutenant under his father Capt. Joel Threewits.   12/1/1780, a Captain. A Brigade Major from 3/28/1781 to 4/28/1781.  Served from 12/1/1778 to 4/28/1782.
Tidwell, Francis Fairfield Regiment 1776 1776 A Captain under Lt. Col. John Winn during 1776.
Tilley, Gerson Orangeburgh District Regiment 1778 A Captain under Lt. Col. Charles Heatley during 1778.
Timmons, John Georgetown District Regiment A Captain in Marion's Brigade.  Dates unknown.
Tining, Absalom 2nd Spartan Regiment 1780 A Captain under Col. Thomas Brandon.  
Tinsley, Isaac Little River District Regiment A Captain under Lt. Col. Levi Casey.  Killed in what is now Union County.  Dates unknown.
Tinsley, James Little River District Regiment 1781 1782 June 1780, a Lieutenant under Capt. Laughlin Leonard.  Promoted to Captain under Lt. Col. Levi Casey after his brother, Capt. Isaac Tinsley, was killed. Last Cherokee Campaign.
Tobler, "Unknown" Lower Ninety-Six District Regiment A Captain under Col. LeRoy Hammond, dates unknown.
Todd, Richard Charles Town District Regiment 1780 Known to be a Captain during 1778. Siege of Charleston 1780.
Tompkins, Stephen Cheraws District Regiment A Captain under Col. Abel Kolb, dates unknown.
Toomer, Anthony Charles Town District Regiment 1777 1780 Battalion of Artillery.  A Captain and a Major.  POW at the Fall of Charleston. Siege of Charleston 1780.
Toomer, Joshua Charles Town District Regiment 1775 1782 Captain of the Christ Church Parish Voluteer Mounted Infantry 1775-1779. In 1782, a Captain under Lt. Col. John Vanderhorst (Berkeley County Regiment) in Marion's Brigade.
Towers, Joseph Upper Ninety-Six District Regiment A Captain under Lt. Col. Glenn Anderson.  Dates unknown.
Towles, John Jr. Lower Ninety-Six District Regiment A Captain under Col. LeRoy Hammond.  Dates unknown.
Towles, Joseph Hammond's Regiment of Light Dragoons A Captain under Lt. Col./Col. Samuel Hammond.  Dates unknown.
Towles, Oliver SC 3rd Regiment 1778 1781 Sergeant under Capt. John Caldwell. A Lieutenant under Capt. Richard Winn. 1778, a Captain in the SC 3rd Regiment. POW at the Fall of Charleston. Killed by Loyalists under "Bloody Bill" Cunningham in November of 1781. aka Oliver Tolls.  A Captain in Little River District Regiment at the time of his death. Siege of Savannah w/50 men, Savannah 1778, Siege of Charleston 1780.
Townsend, Paul Charles Town District Regiment 1775 1775 Captain in early 1775 under Col. Charles Pinckney.
Trambel, Philip 2nd Spartan Regiment Before and after the Fall of Charleston.  A Private and a Captain under Col. Thomas Brandon.  Dates unknown.
Tramell, Dennis 1st Spartan Regiment 1779 1781 First in NC unit.  A Captain under Col. John Thomas, Sr., Col. John Thomas, Jr., Col. Benjamin Roebuck, and Lt. Col. Henry Hampton. Cedar Springs, Musgrove's Mill, Blackstocks, Long Canes, Cowpens, Siege of Augusta.
Trapier, Paul Jr. Georgetown District Regiment 1775 1776 Captain of the Georgetown Artillery Company.  This unit was pulled into the SC 4th Regiment on Oct. 18, 1776. Georgetown #1, Georgetown #2
Troin, Francis Charles Town District Regiment 1775 1780 Captain of the Charles Town Bombardiers.  POW at the Fall of Charleston.  Exchanged 5/1/1783.  aka Francois Trovin. Siege of Charleston 1780.
Tucker, Richard Camden District Regiment 1780 POW at battle of Rocky Mount, hanged at Camden.  Another source claims he was POW at the battle of Camden (actually Rugeley's Mills #1). Camden, Rugeley's Mills #1, Rocky Mount.
Tucker, Thomas Colleton County Regiment 1775 Captain of Wadmalaw Island Battery.
Tue, John D. A Captain in Militia before the Fall of Charleston.  Nothing more known.
Tufts, Simon Charles Town District Regiment 1779 1780 Navy Captain.  Then, a Captain of an Independent Company.
Tulls, Joseph Hammond's Regiment of Light Dragoons A Captain under Lt. Col./Col. Samuel Hammond.  Dates unknown.  Probably the same man as Joseph Towles above.
Turk, William Upper Ninety-Six District Regiment 1780 1781 A Private, an Adjutant, a Commissary, and a Captain under Col. Robert Anderson.   Fishing Creek, Siege of Augusta.
Turner, Alexander Fairfield Regiment 1775 A Captain under Col. John Winn.  On Florida Expedition of 1778.  Later, a Captain under Col. Edward Lacey (Turkey Creek Regiment), dates unknown. Snow Campaign, Fort Moultrie, Florida Expedition 1778.
Turner, George SC 1st Regiment 1777 1780 Was a Lieutenant. A Captain 4/28/1777. POW at the Fall of Charleston w/18 men. One source asserts he was promoted to Major and served as the Aide-de-Camp to Maj. Gen. Robert Howe on 11/22/1778. Siege of Savannah, Siege of Charleston 1780.
Turner, James 1st Spartan Regiment 1780 1781 A Captain under Lt. Col. Philemon Waters and Col. Benjamin Roebuck (Roebuck's Battalion of Spartan Regiment).
Turner, John Fairfield Regiment 1778 1783 A Captain under Col. John Winn and Col. Richard Winn.  Also served under Col. Edward Lacey (Turkey Creek Regiment), dates unknown. Fishing Creek, Kings Mountain, Fort Granby #1, Thomson's Plantation, Friday's Ferry, Orangeburgh #1
Turner, Robert 2nd Spartan Regiment 1781 A Captain under Col. Thomas Brandon.
Turner, Sterling Lower Ninety-Six District Regiment 1781 A Lieutenant and a Captain of the Richland Creek Militia.  Killed by "Bloody Bill" Cunningham at Cloud's Creek 11/17/1781.   Tarrar's Spring, Four Mile Branch, Cloud's Creek #2.
Tutman, "Unknown" Orangeburgh District Regiment 1781 1782 A Captain under Lt. Col. Richard Hampton.
Tutt, Benjamin Independent Company of Rangers 1775 1781 Feb 1776, a Captain in SC 5th Regiment.  Many references show that he retained his Independent Company during 1779 and 1780.  After the Fall of Charleston, a Captain under Col. LeRoy Hammond (Lower Ninety-Six District Regiment).  1781, a Major.   Ninety-Six 1775, Fort Moultrie, Cherokee Expedition 1776, Siege of Savannah (GA)
Tutt, Richard SC 5th Regiment Lieutenant in SC 5th Regiment.  Lieutenant in Militia.  One source asserts that he was also a Captain in the SC 5th Regiment.  Dates unknown.
Twitty, William SC 2nd Regiment of State Dragoons 1781 1781 A Captain under Col. Charles S. Myddleton.
Vanderhorst, Arnoldus SC 1st Regiment 1775 1780 1775, Captain in SC 1st Regiment. 1780, Captain of the Christ Church Parish Volunteer Mounted Infantry (Charles Town District Regiment).  Later, a Captain under Col. Richard Richardson, Jr. (Berkeley County Regiment), dates unknown.  Governor of SC 1794-1796.
Vanderhorst, John SC 1st Regiment 1777 1779 Earlier a Lieutenant.  Many references assert he was a Captain in the SC 2nd Regiment.  Promoted to Major in 1779.   Later, a Major and a Lt. Colonel in Marion's Brigade. Stono Ferry, Siege of Savannah.
Van Swearingham, "Unknown" A Captain.  Nothing more known.
Venable, James New Acquisition District Regiment 1781 A Captain under Col. Thomas Neel and Col. William Bratton. Fort Granby #1, Thomson's Plantation, Lynches Creek, Friday's Ferry, Siege of Ninety-Six 1781, Eutaw Springs
Verdin, John Little River District Regiment 1781 A Captain under Lt. Col. Robert McCreery.   aka John Virdin. Bush River #2, Siege of Ninety-Six 1781
Vince, Joseph Orangeburgh District Regiment 1776 1782 Wounded at Salley's Cowpens.  Erected Vince's Fort. Salley's Cowpens, Vince's Fort
Wade, George Camden District Regiment 1775 1775, a Captain under Col. Richard Richardson.  1776, a Captain in SC 2nd Regiment.  At Haddrell's Point during battle of Fort Moultrie. Fort Moultrie, Black Hole (NC).
Wadlington, William Spartan Regiment 1775 1780 1775, a Captain under Lt. Col. John Lisle, Sr.  1780, a Captain under Lt. Col. Philemon Waters.  aka William Waddington. Cherokee Expedition 1776
Wage, George SC 6th Regiment Dates unknown. Cherokee Expedition 1776
Wahab, James A Captain serving as a guide Lt. Col. William Davie (NC). Wahab's Plantation.
Waldrope, James A Private, Lieutenant, and Captain in Militia before and after fall of Charleston.  Lived in what is now Newberry County.
Walker, Alexander SC 6th Regiment 1779 1780 A Captain at Battle of Coosawhatchie in 1779.  After the Fall of Charleston, a Private and Lieutenant under Capt. John McClure (Turkey Creek Regiment). Coosawhatchie
Walker, John Spartan Regiment 1775 1781 1775, a Captain under Col. John Thomas, Sr.  1780, a Captain under Col. Thomas Brandon (2nd Spartan Regiment).  1781, a Captain under Col. Edward Lacey (Turkey Creek Regiment).  1782, Commissary for Col. Edward Lacey's regiment. Rocky Mount, Hanging Rock, Camden, Rugeley's Mill #1, Fishing Creek,
Walker, Philip Camden District Regiment 1776 1782 A Captain under Col. Richard Richardson, then Col. John Winn (Fairfield Regiment), Lt. Col./Col. Edward Lacey (New Acquisition District Regiment / Turkey Creek Regiment). Cherokee Expedition 1776, Coosawhatchie, Charleston Neck, Fishing Creek, St. James Goose Creek Church, Quinby's Bridge, Shubrick's Plantation.
Walker, Samuel Fairfield Regiment A Captain under Col. John Winn, dates unknown.  A Captain under Lt. Col. Henry Hampton (Hampton's Regiment of Light Dragoons), dates unknown.  Also a Captain in the Little River District Regiment during 1781. Fishing Creek
Wall, Wright Cheraws District Regiment A Lieutenant in the St. David's Parish Militia under Col. George Gabriel Powell.  Later, a Captain, dates unknown.
Wallace, James New Acquisition District Regiment 1780 1783 A Private, Sergeant, Lieutenant, and Captain. Briar Creek (GA), Friday's Ferry, St. James Goose Creek Church, Blackstocks, Fort Granby #1.
Wallace, John Little River District